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NASSAU CONFERENCE A SYOSSET BRAVES Coach: John Calabria 2014 record: 13-5 Key players: Alex Concannon, A, Sr. Mac O'Keefe, A, Jr. Michael Hatzopoulos, M, Sr. Lucas Cotler, M, Jr. Michael Elardo, M, So. Outlook: The preseason favorite to win the county title has entered its second year of a newly
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NASSAU AA-I 1. UNIONDALE KNIGHTS Coach: Tom Diana Key players: G Shomari Redd 6-1; G Marvin Lawrence 5-7; G Kyle Harding 6-0; F Talek Butler 6-2; F Najee Peters 6-4 Outlook: Redd, one of the county's best, could lead the quick and tough defensive team to another appearance in the county final. 2.
NASSAU AA-I 1. MASSAPEQUA CHIEFS Coach: Shari Roessler Key players: G Olivia Batista 5-8; G Bianca Furci 5-8; F Carmela Gampero 5-9; F Megan McCabe 5-10; F Melanie Hingher 6-1 Outlook: Nassau AA runner-up returns most of its core, including Hingher and McCabe, who control the paint. 2. FREEPORT RED
Game Dylan Butler @Dylan_Butler (36-23) Bill Mueller @MSGVBillMueller (33-26) Ed Margolies (34-25) Tom Schnaars @ThomasSchnaars (37-22) Massapequa at Oceanside Oceanside Oceanside Oceanside Oceanside Islip at Miller Place Miller Place Miller Place Islip Miller Place MacArthur at Farmingdale
NASSAU I 1. MANHASSET INDIANS Coach: Danielle Gallagher 2014 record: 19-2 Key players Lindsey Ronbeck A Sr. Erin Barry M Jr. Kellen D'Alleva A/M Sr. Kathryn Hallet M Sr. Madi Barcia D Sr. Outlook: The defending state Class B champs return loaded, led by All-Americans Ronbeck and Barry. 2. COLD
Young sank eight threes, scored 25 points and tossed a couple of slick alley-oop passes to his pal Jonathan Dean as host Westbury scorched Herricks, 75-51, Friday night in a battle for first place in Nassau AA-III boys basketball. The Green Dragons improved to 8-1 while the Highlanders fell to 6-3.