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    Gregg Sarra's Big 10 (11/23)

    by Gregg Sarra on
    Tue, Nov 23, 2010 1:22 AM

    Updated Tue, Mar 22, 2011 9:09 PM
    Gregg Sarra's Big 10 (11/23)

    1. ST. ANTHONY'S FOOTBALL The Friars put the exclamation point on another undefeated season with a 43-21 win over Iona Prep for the school's ninth CHSFL Class AAA championship in the past 10 years. Senior quarterback Charlie Raffa threw for four touchdowns, including three to standout wide receiver Mike Kensil.

    2. MASSAPEQUA GIRLS SOCCER Without leading scorer Rosie DiMartino, Massapequa beat Baldwinsville, 2-1, in the state semifinal and Webster Thomas, 2-0, in the Class AA final to take home the program's first title since 2005. Senior midfielder Amanda Reverberi was named outstanding player and Emma Lee Meyer was named outstanding keeper.

    3. BRENTWOOD BOYS SOCCER
    The Indians had a challenging road to their second state championship in three seasons. Johnathan Interiano scored and Herson Guzman made 11 saves in a 1-0 win over Scarsdale in the Class AA semifinal. Interiano and Frank Guzman scored for the Indians in a 2-0 win over Baldwinsville in the final. Brentwood appeared in the state final for the fifth time in six seasons.

    4. CHAMINADE BOYS SOCCER The Flyers won their third CHSAA title in five seasons. Kory Seibt scored with 1:32 left in regulation in a 1-0 win over Iona Prep in the state semifinals. Jon Stallone scored with 3:54 left in the second overtime in a 1-0 win over St. Francis Prep in the state final.

    5. NORTH SHORE GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY The Vikings achieved two program milestones, winning the Class A NYSPHSAA championship and finishing third at the Federation championships. North Shore was the first Nassau team - boys or girls - to win a state cross country title since Wantagh in 1992. North Shore had the highest Federation finish for a Nassau girls team since Wantagh took second in 1992.

    6. GARDEN CITY GIRLS SOCCER For the second straight year, the Class A title resides in Nassau - just with a different team. The Trojans hadn't been to the state tournament since 1996, but they came home with all the hardware, beating Rye, 2-1, in the Class A state final for the school's first state title. The No. 5 seed in the Nassau playoffs knocked off South Side, a perennial Class A power and the 2009 state champ, in the Nassau final.

    7. WARD MELVILLE GIRLS SWIMMING
    The Patriots won their 19th consecutive Suffolk title beating Connetquot, 422-359. Ward Melville won two of the 12 events, with Shannon Lampe taking first in the 100-yard backstroke (57.51) and Taylor DaSilva, Jessica Fabrizio, Alex Donnelly and Lampe winning the 400 freestyle relay in 3:43.91.

    8. GARDEN CITY GIRLS SWIMMING The Trojans followed up their 12th consecutive Nassau title with a strong performance at the Federation state championships. Megan Zarriello took third in the 200 freestyle (1:52.46) and second in the 500 free (4:56.56).

    9. ST. ANTHONY'S GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Earned the CHSAA state championship with a 3-0 win over Sacred Heart.

    10. GARDEN CITY FIELD HOCKEY The Trojans (18-1-1) fell short of a state title for the second straight year, losing in the Class B final to Lakeland. They did win a sixth consecutive Long Island championship and topped Pittsford Sutherland, 3-2, in a state Class B semifinal. Garden City outscored its opponents 88-7.

    On the outside looking in: Glenn football, Seaford football, St. Anthony's boys soccer, Sayville boys soccer, Bayport-Blue Point boys cross country, Ward Melville girls volleyball, Half Hollow Hills boys volleyball.

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