Fifth graders from Boyle Road Elementary School and Comsewogue HS students take part in MSG Varsity's assembly, highlighting teamwork, leadership and sportsmanship.
Comsewogue High School Photos
Bayport-Blue Point moves up a spot in this week's Long Island girls lacrosse power rankings. Who joins the Phantoms? Find out now
Meet the athletes who were named All-Long Island second team and honorable mention for the 2016 girls soccer season.
National championship runner-up Maryland, No. 4 Albany and No. 10 Duke were a few of the many top schools represented with coaches at the showcase. More than 400 club teams ranging from third grade to high school came from 33 states to get exposure, said George Breres, one of the event’s directors.
In Friday night’s Rising Senior game that was part of the annual Long Island Lacrosse Showcase, teamwork as much as talent was on display in Suffolk’s 12-8 victory over Nassau before a crowd of more than 300 at Farmingdale State.
Wyandanch’s Alonte Shipp, a freshman running back and linebacker, opened the eyes of everyone at Center Island Sports in Ronkonkoma. In an event usually dominated by upperclassmen vying for looks from college scouts, Shipp was there to prove he belongs.
Snelders, at 6-1, 230 pounds, is built more like the tight end that he plays for the Warriors in the fall than a typical quick-and-shifty attack. But Snelders blasted from outside and backed his way in for a career high seven goals to lead host No. 3 Comsewogue to a 12-4 victory over No. 6 ...
MSG Varsity selects the Top 100 football players from Long Island as they enter the 2016 season.
Find out who was named to the 2016 All-Long Island Second Team and Honorable Mention
SUFFOLK I NORTHPORT TIGERS Coach: George Searing 2015 record: 17-2 Key players Finn Goonan, D, Sr. Rob Dosch, D, Sr. John Tabert, M, Sr. Ryan Magnuson, M, Jr. Connor Cronin, M, Jr. Outlook: Defense and midfield are mostly intact for the reigning League I champions. Expect a playoff run behind