Find out who made the 2017 All-Long Island boys basketball honorable mention list
We take a look ahead at the 2017-18 boys basketball season on Long Island with some intriguing storylines and some of the top players to watch
Congratulations to all who were named to the 2017 All-Long Island boys basketball teams
Here's a preview of the CHSAA and private school boys basketball teams on Long Island.
KELLENBERG FIREBIRDS Coach: Ken Conrade 2014 Record: 21-8 Key Players Katherine Piorkowski P Sr. Amanda Riveira CF Sr. Alexa Russell SS Jr. Kelly Rasulo 3B/1B Jr. Kacie Badolato C Jr. Outlook: Winners of three straight CHSAA state championships. Piorkowski returns to the circle. Speed will put
CHAMINADE FLYERS Coach: Mike Pienkos 2015 Record: 21-3 Key players Straton Podaras , C, 5-11, 190, Sr. Cole Masterson, SS, 6-1,185, Sr. Julien Arcos, P, 6-3, 220, Sr. Joseph Pizzingrillo, 3B, 6-0, 185, Sr. Michael Goulard, 1B/P, 6-1, 190, Sr. Outlook: Podaras hit .333 with 19 runs and 11 RBI for
Jamal Benn's 35 points lifted Lawrence-Woodmere to a 65-62 win over York Prep in the NYSAIS Tournament quarterfinals
Lawrence Woodmere Academy takes on Staten Island Academy in this non-league boys basketball game played on 1/6/11.
Coaches and team members from Lawrence-Woodmere Academy and Solomon Schechter's tennis teams discuss what makes high school tennis great.
PRIVATE SCHOOLS 1. LONG ISLAND LUTHERAN CRUSADERS Coach: John Buck Key players G Chris Atkinson 5-9 G Devonte Green 6-2 G Elijah Bailey 6-2 F Robyn Missa 6-9 F Marvin Prochet 6-7 Outlook: Scorer Green and point guard Atkinson make Crusaders go. 2. OUR SAVIOR N. AMERICAN PIONEERS Coach: Ron Stelzer