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Weekly Roundup: 9/28–10/4

October 4, 2015
Alvaro Martinez Torres scored 4 goals this week for the Bears

Alvaro Martinez Torres (leaping) scored 4 goals this week for the Bears

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Boys’ Soccer

  • On Tuesday the Bears unleashed the greatest offensive output in team history as they topped Port Jeff, 10-0. Khendrick Beausoleil led the effort with a hat trick. Alvaro Martinez Torres added 2 goals and 3 assists.
  • On Thursday the boys won a 4-3 thriller over Greenport. Martinez Torres scored the game-winner with only 8 seconds remaining!

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Girls’ Cross Country

  • The Bears beat Port Jeff 16-49 on Tuesday. Miranda Harrigan won the meet in a time of 21:50.

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Girls’ Swimming

  • Despite being shorthanded vs. a school four times their size, the girls were narrowly edged by Harborfields, 53-40. Rachel Crane won the 200 IM and the 100 backstroke, Rebecca Crane won the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle, and Francine Leung won the 50 freestyle. Complete results here.
  • During the Harborfields meet, Rebecca Crane and Rachel Crane qualified for the Suffolk County Championships in the 500 freestyle and 200 IM, respectively.

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Alumni News

  • Mikaela Stiklickas ’13 made 12 saves for New Paltz to earn the shutout in a 0-0 tie with The College at Brockport on Saturday. Her best save of the day was a point blank stop in overtime that kept the Golden Eagles off the board.
  • Tyler Abrahamsen ’13 and the Liberty University golf team were ranked 28th in the country in Monday’s Golfweek poll.
  • Don Liotine ’13 was the starting running back for Stony Brook University against James Madison University on Saturday. He rushed for 28 yards on 9 carries.
  • Alex Russo ’13 finished in 38th place out of 126 runners to help Villanova University place 4th out of 12 teams at the Princeton Interregional Meet on Saturday. Russo covered the 6k course in 21:57.5. The Wildcats are currently the 24th ranked team in America.
  • Rod Odom ’09 and Virtus Bologna opened league play today with a 69-65 win over Human Venice. The former Bears had 8 points in the win.
  • Stony Brook alums were 4-4-1 this week and are 29-26-4 for the year.

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Bear Bites

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Photo of the Week

The girls' cross country team poses with the victory bell after beating Port Jeff (Photo credit: Erika Kady)

The girls’ cross country team poses with the victory bell after beating Port Jeff (Photo credit: Erika Kady)

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Tweet of the Week

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Roar of the Week

Where we give the animal kingdom equivalent of a shout out.

The boys’ soccer teams showed tremendous resilience this week. The varsity team came back from two separate one-goal deficits against Greenport on Thursday to win a thriller. The junior varsity overcame two separate 0-2 deficits against Southampton and Greenport to win both games, 3-2 and 4-3. We love seeing that kind of fight in our boys!

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