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Tennis Clips EI to Advance to County Quarters

May 23, 2018
B Tennis 2018

The boys huddle up prior to today’s match

This afternoon the 6th-seeded boys’ tennis team kept their season alive with a 4-3 victory over #11 East Islip in the second round of the Suffolk County Championship.

Brandon Gicquel (7-5, 6-4), Steven Ou (6-1, 6-3), and Bradley Choi (6-1, 6-0) won their first, second, and fourth singles matches, while Islip won at second singles and first and second doubles to knot the match at 3-3.

The result came down to the third doubles match where Andy Liu and Alan Wang overpowered their opponents, 6-4, 6-2 to seal the Bears’ victory. Both Liu and Wang set the tone with vicious first serves while Liu used his height and length to devastating effect at the net.

With the win the Bears advance to the quarterfinals tomorrow afternoon against #3 Ward Melville.


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PRs Fall at Track Divisions

May 23, 2018
G Track 2018

Leung in action earlier this season (PC: Angela Leung)

On Monday afternoon the girls’ Division III Track Championships kicked off at Connetquot High School. Miranda Harrigan closed her memorable, six-year running career for the Bears with a 16th place finish in the unseeded 3000, in a time of 12:37. Francine Leung provided the highlight of the day, leaping to a huge personal record of 33′ 10″ in the triple jump to qualify for finals. In the finals she jumped 33′ 8.5″ to medal in 6th place. Leung will compete in the long jump this afternoon.

Yesterday afternoon the boys’ team dropped several more PRs and sent a slew of individuals into Thursday’s finals. In the 400m, Riley Corcoran ran to a personal best time of 56.17 to place 14th, while Louis Wang booked a spot in the finals with a personal best time of 52.86 that placed him in 5th after prelims. Colin Scanlon placed 4th in the prelims of the 400m hurdles with a time of 1:01.27 to qualify for Thursday’s final. The 4x400m relay team of Wang, Scanlon, Corcoran, and Josh Lin also qualified for finals after taking 7th in the prelims in a time of 3:46.82.


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On This Day In History | 1996

May 22, 2018
Baseball 1996

The 1996 baseball team

On this day 22 years ago, the baseball team clipped Bayport-Blue Point in the Class C semifinals to move on to the County Championship.

With the game knotted at 4-4 in the top of the seventh inning, Robbie Marvin’s single fueled a two-out, 4-run rally that powered the Brook to an 8-4 win. The Bears went on to win their first Suffolk crown since 1987.



On This Day In History | 1984

May 21, 2018
B Track 1984

The ’84 track squad

On this day 34 years ago, the boys’ track team earned a fourth of five consecutive League Championships with a 127-20 victory over Mattituck.

The 1984 boys’ track team will be counting on the experience of returning lettermen and a couple of new students as it attempts to continue its tradition of excellence in league and conference competition. Richard Alioth (400m hurdles), Andy Hoffman (3200m run), Pierre Lawrence (11, 200m dashes), Ward Regan (110m hurdles), Paul Sanford (400m hurdles), John Shannon (3200m run), and Richard Wittman (800m run) all placed in last season’s conference championship. Newcomers Larry Hutchenson and Joel Whitman have shown evidence in early practices of talent that should mean points for the Shrike Cindermen.

~ Res Gestae 1984

1984 Results

  • April 10 vs. Mercy – W 121-17
  • April 30 @ Hampton Bays – W 102-47
  • May 3 vs. La Salle – W 76-70
  • May 7 @ Southold/Greenport – W 94-47
  • May 17 @ Center Moriches – W 84-39
  • May 21 vs. Mattituck – 127-20



On This Day In History | 1985

May 20, 2018
Baseball 1985

The ’85 baseball squad

On this day 33 years ago, the baseball team clinched a share of the program’s first public school League Championship in a 13-1 victory over Shelter Island.

Doug Alioth and Hill Haas led the offense with 2 RBIs a piece while Dave Morabito, Brad Phillips, Dean Sandbo, Rob Dambra, Greg Philipps, and Daniel Terrell each added an RBI.

Alioth earned with win, allowing just 2 hits over 5.2 innings with 7 strikeouts. Philipps closed out the game with 1.1 innings of 1-hit work.



On This Day In History | 1993

May 19, 2018
G Track 1993

The ’93 girls’ track team

On this day 25 years ago, the girls’ track team won the fourth League Championship in their history, closing an undefeated season with a 94-41 victory over Mercy.

Anna Linzee led the way with four victories in the triple jump (32′ 2.5″), 100 hurdles (18.1), discus (89′ 9″), and long jump (15′ 2.25″) as the Bears finished 6-0.

Linzee, Khanesha Robinson, Eileen Clark, Melissa Lingle, Beth Lingle, and Becca Bancroft all earned All-League honors that season while head coach Mike Harvey was named the League VII Coach of the Year.


Stony Brook Results


  • 1st: Eileen Clark – 14.0

100 Hurdles

  • 1st: Anna Linzee – 18.1
  • 3rd: Keri Roth – 21.7


  • 1st: Eileen Clark – 29.5


  • 1st: Becca Bankcroft – 68.6
  • 2nd: Anne Hornor – 70.9

400m Hurdles

  • 1st: Joann Boboris – 79.8
  • 2nd: Keri Roth – 84.0


  • 1st: Melissa Lingle – 2:33
  • 2nd: Jenny Eu – 2:49


  • 1st: Katharine Hornor – 6:02
  • 2nd: Alison Cimino – 6:25

1500m Walk

  • 1st: Beth Lingle – 9:18
  • 2nd: Linette McDaniel – 9:29


  • 1st: Anne Hornor – 12:22

High Jump

  • 3rd: Keri Roth – 3′ 10″

Long Jump

  • 1st: Anna Linzee – 15′ 2.25″
  • 2nd: Eileen Clark – 14′ 0″

Triple Jump

  • 1st: Anna Linzee – 32′ 2.5″


  • 1st: Anna Linzee – 89′ 9″
  • 3rd: Becca Bancroft – 59′ 0″

Shot Put

  • 1st: Chirae-Leigh Gregory – 22′ 6″
  • 2nd: Keri Roth – 20′ 9.5″

4x400m Relay

  • 1st: Joann Boboris, Becca Bancroft, Eileen Clark & Melissa Lingle – 4:43.4


Meet Results

  • April 15 vs. East Hampton – W 78-61
  • April 20 vs. Port Jeff – W 74-64
  • April 23 vs. Mattituck – W 78-61
  • April 27 vs. Hampton Bays – W 86-55
  • May 4 @ Southampton – W 100-41
  • May 19 vs. Mercy – W 94-41



Girls’ Badminton Clips Northport in Playoff Thriller

May 18, 2018
G Badminton 2018

Volovaya in action earlier this season (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

This afternoon, in the first playoff match in girls’ badminton history, the #6 Bears overcame a 2-4 deficit by winning the final three matches of a 5-4 win over #7 Northport.

Mary Wang won her #1 singles match (11-4, 11-4) and Ariel Wang and Sophie Cai took their #2 doubles match (15-13, 15-1), but the Bears dropped #4 singles, #5 singles, #1 doubles, and #4 doubles to fall behind the Tigers, 2-4.

With their season on the line, reinforcements, fresh from the AP Euro exam, came in the form of Masha Volovaya, Judy Liu, Lily Zhang, and Ella Liu. Volovaya (11-3, 11-0) and Judy Liu (11-4, 11-3) cruised in their #2 and #3 singles matches to knot the match at 4-4, leaving the #3 doubles match as the decider. With all eyes on Zhang and Ella Liu, the tandem came through with a 15-11, 15-5 victory to send the Brook into the Suffolk County semifinals.

The Bears move on to face top-seeded Commack on Thursday afternoon at Half Hollow Hills East HS. The 3rd-seeded boys’ team matches up with #2 Commack, also on Thursday afternoon at Hills East.


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