Sports Recap: Notes From Coaches



Paul Shin almost has a 300 game. Shin had a 195 average and recently bowled a 289. This means that he had strikes in frames 1-9, striked in frame 10, got a 9, then spared.
Despite losing 3 of 4 Varsity bowlers, the boys Varsity Bowling Team is currently ranked 2nd in the conference, behind Garden City.

Varsity Cheerleading

• The cheer team has finished their first non-competitive competition. They had a very positive experience.
• The team enjoys cheer for the basketball team this season.
• Hofstra cheer team, which has won numerous national titles, has been assisting us in stunt clinics to foster safety and learn new skills.
• The team is looking forward to future competitions.

Boys Swimming

Conor Beil Qualifies For The State Tourney

The boys swim team is currently 2-4. We swim in Nassau’s top ability-based conference, Conference 1. The team has a nice blend of underclassmen and upperclassmen, but is relatively young with a bright future.
So far, there have been three new school records set this season: Conor Beil in the 200yd Free and 500yd Free, and Jeff McNeary in the 100yd Back.
County Qualifiers are:
Conor Beil: 200yd Freestyle, 200yd IM, 500yd Freestyle and 100yd Backstroke; Mike Perulli: 200yd IM and 100yd Backstroke; Jeff McNeary: 200yd IM, 100yd Butterfly, 500yd Freestyle, 100yd Backstroke; Sean Earley: 200yd IM, 50yd Freestyle and 100yd Freestyle; Robert Godfried: 100yd Butterfly; Matt Alonso: 100yd Butterfly

Varsity Girls Basketball

League record 7-1, Overall 8-2
Came in second for Barbara Hoffman tourney. Will be a playoff team if we keep up success the second half of the season.

Track and Field

Both boys and girls teams have had a productive regular season, and as we get ready for the Conference Championships next week, both are legitimate contenders to win.
Key athletes include:
Tara Belinsky (Shot Put)
Sean Bentley (600, 4 x 400)
Jade Blocker
(Long Jump, Triple Jump, 4 x 200)
Thomas Freuhauf
(3200, 1600 and 4 x 800)
Katherine Hallett
(55, 300, 4 x 400)
Catherine Matteo
(3000, 1500, 4 x 800)
Samantha McCormack
(300, 600 , 4 x 400)
Paulina Parsons
(1000, 1500 and 4 x 00)
Carter Patterson (1000, 4 x 800)
Brad Spilka (300, 600, 4 x 400)
Taequan Thomas
(Long Jump, Triple Jump and 300)
Mattew Weillep
(3200, 1600 and 4 x 800)
Martin Weissman
(High Jump, Shot Put)
Catherine Weppler
(3000, 1500, 4 x 800)
Sarah Weppler
(600, 4 x 400, 4 x 800)

The athletes, along with a strong supporting cast, look to seal the Conference Championships and the move on to the Counties, State Qualifiers, Eastern States and State Championships.

Boys Wrestling

2nd place out of 10 teams in first annual Manhasset invitational tournament
Undefeated dual meet record 4-0
Tied for first place in the
4th of 13 teams at Syosset
3rd of 15 teams at Kellenberg
Defeated rival Glen Cove in the second annual White Out, streamed live by MSG Varsity. Over 300 students and alumni from the wrestling program attended, along with members of the middle school and youth wrestling teams.

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