The Bears rallied back from a 19-point second-half deficit but were beaten 55-53 by Moravia in the Class C state semifinals
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Haldane holds off Stony Brook, 35-34, in Friday’s NYS Class C quarterfinal game at Pace University.
The Bears did have those final seven seconds, but Haldane hung on for a 35-34 win Friday night in a state Class C regional final at Pace University, where a large, loud crowd cheered the Blue Devils, from Cold Spring in Putnam County.
Facing a big team and a big deficit, and with its long-range shooting off-target, the Stony Brook School had only one option: Keep shooting.
A look at the seedings for Suffolk football divisions heading into the 2014 season.
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After losing only one game on her way to winning four matches at the Suffolk Division IV individual tennis tournament at William Floyd, the top seed from Eastport-South Manor dropped two of the first four games against Floyd's Emily Fernandez in Tuesday's final.
SUFFOLK I 1. COMMACK COUGARS Coach: Denis Conroy advertisement | advertise on newsday Key players: F/C Chelsea Schultz 6-1; G/F Jackie DelliSanti 5-8; G Jillian Spagnuola 5-2; G Samantha Miller 5-5; F Leanne Corso 5-9 Outlook: Schultz brings tremendous shooting and quickness; DelliSanti good
The Killer Bees, defending state Class D champions, closed the first quarter on a 14-0 downpour and the second quarter on a 17-0 cloudburst on their way to a 71-45 victory over the Stony Brook School in the Suffolk County C-D game.
Yes, the buzz is back in Bridgehampton, which defeated the Stony Brook School, 54-36, in the Suffolk CD game, led by Josh Lamison, who scored 12 of his 17 points in the second half.