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The senior goalie tore her ACL on April 21 against Manhasset, yet there she was, minding the cage like she had done in every championship game for the past four years.
Young, a 6-10, 220-pound senior from St. Dominic High School in Oyster Bay, was selected in the 22nd round by Philadelphia. The fireballing lefthander was 7-0 with a 0.66 ERA and 70 strikeouts in 42 2⁄3 innings this season. The three-year varsity starter had two shutouts among his victories.
Three came in the third quarter, and the last sparked a 21-second, fourth-quarter burst in which his boys lacrosse team scored three times and opened a seven-goal lead in the clinching 15-10 win over St. Dominic.
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Cooney darted in, left his feet and made the game-saving catch in the Firebirds’ 5-3 win, sending them to the CHSAA finals.
Trailing by one run in the top of the seventh, Greco put an 0-and-2 pitch into leftfield to drive home the first two runs in Chaminade’s eight-run seventh inning in a 10-3 victory against St. Dominic to open CHSAA play on a windy Tuesday afternoon at Cantiague Park.
Fear the Friars' front five. St. Anthony's Kayla Arestivo, Francesca Venezia, Francesca Beticci. Sabrina Cristodero and Miranda Ozimek are athletic, technical, and difficult to contain. They will light up the scoreboard for the defending CHSAA state champions. Sue Alber -- a three-time defender of
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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