Section XI Class A Boys Basketball Final.
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Mercy’s Meg Tuthill got a boost from Kaitlyn Butterfield, who pushed the pace to help propel her teammate and training partner to a strong finish in the 1,000 meters. It resulted in a first-place 2:55.22 finish for Tuthill at the Molloy Stanner Games at the Armory in Manhattan on Saturday. ...
Top-seeded Harborfields is looking to erase the memories of a heartbreaking loss in last year’s final and capture a first Suffolk Class A title since 2012, while second-seeded East Hampton is seeking its first county crown since 2009. The showdown takes place Friday at 5 p.m. from Suffolk Community
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.
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Murphy, Jordan and Berman, along with Murphy’s younger sister, Maeve, won the Suffolk IV 1,600-meter sprint medley relay in 4:29.10 early in the meet.
Bloom’s lone 3-pointer came with 40 seconds left and it helped lift top-seeded Harborfields to a 45-42 victory over second-seeded East Hampton Friday night at Suffolk Community College-Selden.
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