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GLENS FALLS, N.Y. - The chants of "Cole World, Cole World" rang out from the Sachem East faithful each time senior middle blocker Ryan Cole finished off a point with an emphatic kill.
GLENS FALLS, N.Y. - It was bound to end at some point. Bellmore JFK rode a 43-match winning streak into Glens Falls Civic Center and looked to be the favorite to capture a second consecutive state Class B boys volleyball title.
The Nassau Class ‘A’ boys volleyball final is on the line at 4 p.m. this afternoon at the State University of New York at Old Westbury.
GLENS FALLS, N.Y -- It's a tired cliche but unfortunately one that became a reality for the Lindenhurst boys volleyball team Sunday: All good things must come to an end.
GLENS FALLS -- Unlike others who competed at this weekend's volleyball tournament at the Glens Falls Civic Center, Bellmore JFK didn't have to think about Saturday.
Nov. 13, 2012: Watch highlights from Bellmore-JFK's (white/green) 3-2 boys volleyball victory over Eastport-South Manor (white/blue) in the Long Island Class B Championship.
Bellmore JFK defeated Eastport-South Manor, 24-6, 25-15, 29-27, 22-25, 25-22, Tuesday night to win the Long Island Division II championship, its first boys volleyball title in program history.
Chris DeLucie had 37 assists, five kills, four blocks and five service aces in Lindenhurst's 3-1 Division I / Southeast Regional finals win Tuesday over Massapequa.
Nov. 13, 2012: Watch the complete TV broadcast of Bellmore-JFK's 3-2 boys volleyball victory over Eastport-South Manor in the Long Island Class B Championship.
The Lindenhurst boys volleyball team learned what it means to pick up a fallen teammate while dealing with the aftermath of superstorm Sandy. The group sacrificed practice time just before the Suffolk Division I playoffs to help restore the homes of those on the team hit hardest by the storm.
Massapequa hadn't dropped a set to a conference opponent all season, so when Plainview JFK erased a seven-point deficit to take a 23-22 lead in the first set of the Nassau Class A boys volleyball championship Sunday at Hofstra, it looked as if that was about to change. But there's a reason the Chiefs had won three straight county titles, and are the defending Long Island champions.
No team has come together like Long Beach boys volleyball. Just being able to play the game was a triumph of sorts, but the Marines took it one step further, beating Great Neck North to advance to the Nassau quarterfinals.
The fate of Thursday's heavy schedule of high school playoff games will be decided this morning when Nassau and Suffolk officials evaluate conditions at schools and playing fields following Wednesday's nor'easter that brought rain, snow and heavy wind to Long Island.