SUFFOLK I NORTHPORT TIGERS Coach: George Searing 2015 record: 17-2 Key players Finn Goonan, D, Sr. Rob Dosch, D, Sr. John Tabert, M, Sr. Ryan Magnuson, M, Jr. Connor Cronin, M, Jr. Outlook: Defense and midfield are mostly intact for the reigning League I champions. Expect a playoff run behind
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The victory qualified McGuire for the state championships, scheduled for next Friday and Saturday at Cicero-North Syracuse.
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
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.
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. ...
SUFFOLK DIVISION I 1. SMITHTOWN WEST BULLS Coach: Bobby Moltisanti Jr. 2013 record: 16-3 Key players: Ryan Keenan, A, Sr.; Logan Greco, D, Sr.; Christian Zawadzki, M, Sr.; Kyle Mathie, D, Sr.; Matt Smidt, G, Sr. Outlook: Keenan and Zawadzki will lead more explosive offense. 2. WARD MELVILLE
A look at the seedings for Suffolk football divisions heading into the 2014 season.
DeCicco said it was her first time successfully running the 800-3,000 double. It also was her first two spring division championships.
Here's a look at the Suffolk County landscape in girls lacrosse this spring