A very sad ending to yet another stellar season
Esteban Valverde and his teammates found John Glenn to be a much tougher opponent in a first-round county Class A playoff game here Monday than on Oct. 3, when the Bonackers defeated the Knights 4-1.
This time it wasn’t so easy
McGeehan’s exultant crew was to have played John Glenn for the county Class B championship at Bay Shore High School yesterday.
East Hampton made the playoffs with a 3-5 record
The clock ran out after Brendan Farrall, a freshman wide receiver, caught a pass from Cort Heneveld at East Hampton’s 35 yardline.
Bloodied, but not bowed, Brendan Hughes, who ran back most of Babylon’s kickoffs, ran hard all afternoon. Craig Macnaughton
Not for lack of trying
“It was the best they’ve ever done,” McGeehan said of his 200 team
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Regular season finale here on Saturday
It was more than three yards and a cloud of dust when Thomas Nelson swept the left side from East Hampton’s 44 to Wyandanch’s 33 near the end of the first quarter, a drive that he was to cap with a 24-yard touchdown reception.
Cort Heneveld, Bonac’s quarterback, passed for one touchdown and ran for another in the 33-12 win at Wyandanch. Jack Graves
Boys soccer starts with a home game today
Raya O’Neal and Christina Cangiolosi, whose mother, Maude, is at right, celebrated after Monday’s sweep of Amityville. The two seniors received signed volleyballs from their teammates as mementos.
"We’ve got a lot of talent"
Brian Pannasch, with the ball above, and his 11-year-old teammates defeated Patchogue-Medford 27-12 in a first-round Police Athletic League playoff game here Sunday. They are to play again here this Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Phil Merritt and Ron White posed with their enthusiastic charges before Sunday’s game at East Hampton High School.