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The Indians won their 12th straight Suffolk Class D girls volleyball title Monday night at Brentwood's Suffolk Community College campus, defeating Pierson in straight sets on the strength of their serving.
Trombetta, who had 19 goals and 12 assists last season, has plenty of skill and leadership around her. Defenders Kelly McKeveny, a junior who has been on varsity since eighth grade, and senior Kayla Caltabellotta, are key returnees.
The ninth-grader fired a complete game with seven strikeouts against Suffolk Class C champion Pierson/Bridgehampton in a 21-4 win at St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue.
Dawson scored a season-high 23 points to lead No. 2 Pierson/Bridgehampton to a 69-50 win over top-seeded Port Jefferson in the Suffolk Class C championship game at Riverhead High School.
It would be the game-winner, as Cazenovia (19-2) beat Pierson, 2-1, to win the Class C state semifinals Saturday at Maine-Endwell High School.
The two have catapulted the Tuckers to their first county championship season. On Saturday, Dwyer and Hoeg drove to the hoop and continued finding each other for easy baskets. They are determined to keep this historic season going as long as possible.
Schaefer, a freshman midfielder, swept the ball into the cage on a penalty corner with 3:42 left to give her team a 1-0 win over Carle Place for the Long Island Class C crown Sunday at Dowling.
It was the first of many goals for Pierson/BH, which earned the Suffolk Class C field hockey championship with a 6-0 win over Port Jefferson Thursday at the Dowling Athletic Complex in Shirley.
Kayonga is learning fast. He scored all 12 of his points in the second half Saturday, including nine during a game-changing 13-0 run, as Stony Brook defeated Pierson, 51-44, at Suffolk CCC-Selden to win the school’s fourth straight Suffolk Class C championship.