In Week 6 of Memorable Mondays, we look back at the top five basketball games from 2015-16 on Long Island.
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Highlights of East Hampton defeating Comsewogue 1-0.
The 6-6 center did his part, contributing 27 points, 12 rebounds and seven blocks, and his teammates' perimeter defense allowed an acceptable seven threes as host Bayport-Blue Point clinched the Suffolk League VI title Thursday with a 58-38 victory.
MSG Varsity honors the best boys soccer players in the Tri-State for the 2014 season.
SUFFOLK I SACHEM EAST FLAMING ARROWS Coach: Ralph Forman 2014 Record: 17-8 Key Players Marissa Wilson, 1B Sr. Jamie Butalewicz P Sr Allie Laird SS Jr Emily Corchia RF Sr. Marisa Genussa 2B Sr. Outlook: Wilson led the county in homers with eight. Strong defensive infield also includes Kayla
SUFFOLK I WARD MELVILLE PATRIOTS Coach: Jay Negus 2014 record: 12-5 Key players Dan Bucaro A Sr. Jake McCulloch A Sr. Thomas Reilly D Sr. Mike Cirrone D Sr. Jimmy Kickel M Sr. Outlook: Bucaro is one of the country's top high school players and helps make the Patriots a favorite to appear in the
Section XI Class A Boys Basketball Final.
A year after a heartbreaking home loss to John Glenn in the semis, the Tornadoes beat East Hampton, 73-58, Friday night to book a spot in the Suffolk ‘A’ finals. Second-seeded Harborfields will face top-seeded Bayport-Blue Point in the final Tuesday night at Walt Whitman HS.
Max Lerner headed in a sublime pass from Bryan Oreamuno with 68 seconds left to lift East Hampton to a 1-0 win over John Glenn Monday morning at East Hampton.
Reed, narrowly avoiding a come-from-behind disappointment, outlasted Beglane and won in 2 minutes, 37.94 seconds, a personal best, he said. Beglane was second in 2:38.18.