The Red Devils were beaten by Syracuse-area power Westhill in the NYSPHSAA Class B semifinals on Friday night in Binghamton
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Meet the athletes who were named All-Long Island second team and honorable mention for the 2016 girls soccer season.
All summer long, MSG Varsity brings you a recap of the past year in Long Island’s top high school sports. We’ll publish a new “Year in Review” article every Thursday. Next up, we look back at the year that was in Long Island girls soccer.
Highlights of Mattituck defeating Center Moriches 1-0, in a Suffolk Class B matchup.
Center Moriches impressed defensively and rallied from an early deficit with five runs in the sixth inning to pull within one, but a trio of home runs put the game out of reach as Marlboro won, 15-8, in the Southeast Regional Class B softball championship Saturday at Rhinebeck Elementary School.
The son of former major leaguer Bill Pulsipher twirled a one-hit gem Thursday, leading No. 4 Center Moriches to a 1-0 victory at No. 2 Babylon in the deciding game of the Suffolk Class B championship. Pulsipher lost his no-hitter on Sean Flynn’s single to right with one out in the seventh.
Stony Brook offered on June 18. Bryant, Wagner and LIU Brooklyn of the Northeast Conference followed after watching Long Island Lutheran’s 6-7 combo forward play for the New York Jayhawks, a Queens-based AAU program, during the first week of the July live recruiting period.
Center Moriches put its “Nine Strong” motto into action and built a 10-0 lead with runs scored by eight players in five different innings and earned the Class B title with a 10-0 win over Oyster Bay on Thursday at Hofstra. A ninth player, Caroline Casey, drove in two runs. The game also doubled as
Wantagh won its first New York State title since 1998 and finished atop the Long Island baseball power rankings. Find out who joins the Warriors.
Wantagh is atop the Long Island baseball power rankings again after winning its first Long Island title since 2010. Find out who joins the Warriors now.