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Section XI Class A Boys Basketball Final.
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Petrie, 82, died last Sunday in East Hampton of a sudden illness, leaving behind an enviable basketball legacy. He won more games than any public school coach in New York State history. Petrie won 20 league championships, three Suffolk County crowns and two New York State titles. He is a member of
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East Hampton senior Brandon Kennedy-Gay stepped up to the line, literally, connecting on three crucial free throws to lead the Bonackers to a 75-68 victory over Bayport-Blue Point in the Suffolk 'A' semifinals on Tuesday.
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East Hampton made 7 of 13 from beyond the arc after halftime to fend off tough-minded Bayport-Blue Point, 71-64, in a spirited Suffolk VI showdown. Kennedy-Gay scored 25 points with six assists, and McKee and sophomore Jack Reese added 13 points each.