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NYSAIS Track Rankings

May 17, 2022
Davey is one of the fastest 8th-graders in America (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

The warm temperatures and deep competition from last Thursday’s PSAA Championship provided fertile ground for some of the best track and field performances of the year. Nick Zemitis (high jump) and Zach Mogambi (discus) currently lead NYSAIS in their respective events while Scarlett Davey is 3rd overall in the 400 meters, #1 among all New York eighth-graders and the #18 eighth-grader in the nation.

Here is a look at where the Bears stack up on the NYSAIS top 10 lists.


Bears in NYSAIS Top 10

Girls’ 100 Meters

  • 10th: Scarlett Davey – 13.15

Girls’ 200 Meters

  • 10th: Scarlett Davey – 27.63

Girls’ 400 Meters

  • 3rd: Scarlett Davey – 60.47

Girls’ 100 Meter Hurdles

  • 6th: Lilly Keegan – 17.30
  • 9th: Niamh Scanlon – 18.27

Girls’ 400 Meter Hurdles

  • 5th: Evelyn Apazidis – 70.43

Girls’ High Jump

  • 3rd (5-way tie): Lilly Keegan – 4′ 8″
  • 8th (10-way tie): Lily Middlekauff – 4′ 6″
  • 8th (10-way tie): Niamh Scanlon – 4′ 6″

Boys’ High Jump

  • 1st: Nick Zemitis – 6′ 0″

Girls’ Long Jump

  • 6th: Niamh Scanlon – 15′ 11.5″
  • 7th: Lilly Keegan – 15′ 10″

Boys’ Long Jump

  • 7th: Nick Zemitis – 20′ 0″

Girls’ Triple Jump

  • 3rd: Lilly Keegan – 34′ 5.5″

Boys’ Triple Jump

  • 9th: David Song – 38′ 8″

Boys’ Discus

  • 1st: Zach Mogambi – 139′ 7″
  • 9th: Klod Berdica – 115′ 5″

Girls’ 4×100 Relay

  • 6th: Stony Brook – 53.43


Badminton Sweeps LuHi in PSAA Semis

May 17, 2022
Yu in action this season (PC: Faith Liberatore)

Yesterday afternoon, the badminton team took care of business in an 11-0 PSAA semifinal sweep over Long Island Lutheran.

The top-seeded Bears made quick work of their league rivals as Glen Choi (15-5, 15-3), Daniel Kim (15-0, 15-10), Aidan Riley (15-2, 15-3), Irene Qin (15-1, 15-2), Rebecca Pan (15-1, 15-6), and Nancy Zhang (15-3, 15-3) dominated at singles while the doubles tandems of David Liu and Steven Yu (15-4, 15-6), Richard Lu and William Tao (15-7, 13-15, 15-9), Erin He and Ariel Yu (15-3, 15-7), Annie Cao and Katrina Deng (15-5, 15-7), and mixed doubles (Forfeit) nailed down the victory.

The Bears move on to face #2 Knox School in the PSAA Championship this Wednesday at 4:00pm in Swanson Gymnasium.


Sailing Clinches Nationals Berth

May 17, 2022
Hardee (left) & Reitzel in action this season (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

A lofty dream that for many years lived only in conversations in the Falcon’s Nest became a reality over the weekend when the dinghy sail team clinched a spot in the Mallory National Fleet Race Championship, the biggest scholastic regatta in the country. The elusive milestone, which the Bears came within a single place of attaining last spring, was achieved when the Brook took the third of the top four spots in the MASSA Fleet Championship held in Christchurch, VA on Saturday and Sunday.

Sailing against 17 of the best teams in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states in 12 races across two divisions, the Bears proved themselves worthy of inclusion in the nation’s premier race. Saturday morning on the Rappahanock River began with dense fog and no wind, prompting a two-hour delay. When the wind finally picked up, four Division A races and three Division B races went off before the wind evaporated and racing was called with the Bears in 2nd place overall. Sunday morning began in a similar fashion and racing was delayed until 8-12 mph southerly winds kicked up, allowing for some spirited sailing.

The Division A tandem of Steven Hardee and Sean Beaver earned finishes of 2nd, 2nd, 5th, 12th, 8th, and 7th to finish with 36 points and a tie for 4th. Gavin Hudson and Mairead Reitzel took 3rd place in Division B thanks to finishes of 2nd, 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th, and 7th. The 61 combined points across both divisions gave the Brook a 3rd place finish overall and a spot at Nationals, which begin June 4 in San Diego, CA.

The team is back in action this weekend in Oyster Bay as they look to repeat as New York State Champions.



RankSchoolDivision ADivision BTotal
1Severn School (MD)9817
2Christchurch School (VA)302656
3Stony Brook School (NY)362561
4Norfolk Collegiate School (VA)491867
5Norfolk Academy (VA)343771
6Archbishop Spalding (MD)395998
7Christian Brothers Academy (NJ)5745102
8Broadneck HS (MD)4657103
9St. Mary’s (MD)6560125
10*Gilman School (MD)3690126
11*Annapolis HS (MD)8145126
12Donovan Catholic (NJ)6463127
13Mamaroneck HS (NY)6865133
14Kecoughtan HS (VA)5191142
15*Southern Regional HS (NJ)9469163
16*Fairport HS (NY)8182163
17Toms River North HS (NJ)8784171
18Brighton HS (NY)102104206
*Tiebreaker: High-place finishes


Track Teams Runners-Up at PSAA Championships

May 14, 2022
Song was named the boys’ meet MVP (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

On Thursday afternoon, a gorgeous May day was the backdrop for the 32nd Annual PSAA Track & Field Championships, held for the third time in four years on the Marvin W. Goldberg Track.

This year’s championship marked the return of the Dalton School, which had not competed in the event since 2019. The Tigers brought depth at every event and won both the boys’ and girls’ titles, but the Bears turned in numerous memorable performances and saw a slew of personal records fall.

The boys crowned seven individual champions along with one relay, led by David Song’s three titles in the 110 hurdles, 400 hurdles, and triple jump that earned him meet boys’ MVP honors. Nick Zemitis was a double winner in the long jump and high jump, and his 6′ 0″ mark in the latter was one of the highlights of the afternoon. Klod Berdica (shot put) and Zach Mogambi (discus) powered Bear sweeps in the throws, and Tony Ying, Nick Candela, Mogambi, and Zemitis joined forces to win the 4×100 relay. On the girls’ side, Lilly Keegan repeated as the league high jump champion with a height of 4′ 8″.

The girls racked up 158 points to best Long Island Lutheran (16), Lexington (12), and Kew-Forest (7) and trail only Dalton (272). The boys’ results came down to the final few events as Dalton finished with 217 to edge the Bears (211) who easily distanced themselves from Kew-Forest (24), Long Island Lutheran (9), and Martin Luther (9).

Several individuals will now continue on to the 23rd Annual NYSAIS Championships which will be held on May 25 at Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island.


Boys’ Place Results


  • 3rd: Nick Zemitis – 11.60


  • 3rd: Tony Ying – 24.37


  • 2nd: Kevin Kiprotich Kirui – 2:09.11


  • 2nd: Kevin Kiprotich Kirui – 4:52.57

110 Hurdles

  • 1st: David Song – 17.37
  • 2nd: Max Cao – 20.22

400 Hurdles

  • 1st: David Song – 63.17
  • 3rd: Joe Barisic Cubillas – 69.13

High Jump

  • 1st: Nick Zemitis – 6′ 0″
  • 3rd: Anthony Zajac – 5′ 3″

Long Jump

  • 1st: Nick Zemitis – 20′ 0″

Triple Jump

  • 1st: David Song – 38′ 8″
  • 3rd: Hunter Magnuson – 37′ 8″


  • 1st: Zach Mogambi – 139′ 7″
  • 2nd: Klod Berdica – 115′ 5″
  • 3rd: Kiet Nguyen – 100′ 3″

Shot Put

  • 1st: Klod Berdica – 38′ 6″
  • 2nd: Zach Mogambi – 36′ 0″
  • 3rd: Kiet Nguyen – 32′ 1″

4×100 Relay

  • 1st: Stony Brook (Ying, Nick Candela, Mogambi & Zemitis) – 46.72

4×400 Relay

  • 2nd: Stony Brook (Song, Eason Pu, Nathan Kodua & Magnuson) – 3:58.27

4×800 Relay

  • 2nd: Stony Brook (Kiprotich, Barisic Cubillas, Andy Wang & Zajac) – 9:36.63


Girls’ Place Results


  • 3rd: Scarlett Davey – 27.98


  • 2nd: Scarlett Davey – 60.47


  • 2nd: Evelyn Apazidis – 2:31.03


  • 3rd: Evelyn Apazidis – 12:46.77

100 Hurdles

  • 2nd: Lilly Keegan – 17.30

400 Hurdles

  • 2nd: Evelyn Apazidis – 70.43

High Jump

  • 1st: Lilly Keegan – 4′ 8″

Long Jump

  • 2nd: Niamh Scanlon – 15′ 11.5″
  • 3rd: Lilly Keegan – 15′ 10″

Triple Jump

  • 2nd: Lilly Keegan – 34′ 5.5″


  • 2nd: Chaeli Quitzau – 57′ 4″

Shot Put

  • 2nd: Daido Ouattara – 26′ 0″

4×100 Relay

  • 2nd: Stony Brook (Naomi Zhao, Quinn Davey, Jade Sinclair & Scarlett Davey) – 53.43

4×400 Relay

  • 2nd: Stony Brook (Mindy Yoder, Sinclair, Carmen Alvarez Herrero & Q. Davey) – 5:12.58

4×800 Relay

  • 2nd: Stony Brook (Megan Sun, Emily Shu, Yoder & Apazidis) – 13:21.31


Spring Playoff Schedule

May 13, 2022
Morgan Ruggieri (left) & Alexis Savage lead the Bears into the postseason (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

[Updated 6/10 @ 1:00 pm]

Flowers blooming and end-of-year celebrations on the horizon signal that Stony Brook’s 100th spring athletic season is rapidly drawing to a close. It will already be remembered as a historic one, thanks to the first girls’ lacrosse regular season championship in team history, but there are many exciting contests still ahead of us.

This page is your headquarters for all information related to our various playoff events. It will be updated with results and next round information.



PSAA Semifinals vs. #4 Long Island Lutheran [Won, 11-0]

  • Mon. May 16 @ 4:30pm – Stony Brook

PSAA Championship vs. #2 Knox School [Won, 8-3]

  • Wed. May 18 @ 4:00pm – Stony Brook


NYSAIS Tournament Quarterfinals vs. #10 Long Island Lutheran [Won, 10-0]

  • Sat. May 21 @ 2:00pm – Stony Brook

NYSAIS Tournament Semifinals vs. #3 Fieldston [Won, 7-3]

  • Mon. May 23 @ 3:30pm – Stony Brook

NYSAIS Tournament Championship vs. #1 Poly Prep [Lost, 2-6]

  • Wed. May 25 @ 3:30pm – Hackley School

Dinghy Sailing

MASSA Gold Fleet Championship & Mallory Qualifier [3rd Place]

  • Sat. May 14–Sun. May 15 – Christchurch, VA

New York State Championship [1st Place]

  • Sat. May 21–Sun. May 22 – Oyster Bay, NY

ISSA Mallory Dinghy National Championship [13th Place]

  • Sat. June 4–Sun. June 5 – San Diego, CA

Girls’ Lacrosse

PSAA Semifinals vs. #4 Staten Island Academy [Won, 14-7]

  • Wed. May 11 @ 4:30pm – Stony Brook

PSAA Championship vs. #3 Long Island Lutheran [Lost, 8-10]

  • Fri. May 13 @ 3:30pm – Cantiague Park

NYSAIS Tournament Quarterfinals vs. #7 Poly Prep [Lost, 10-14]

  • Sat. May 21 @ 10:00am – Stony Brook


New York State Scholastic Championship

  • Sat. May 14–Sun. May 15 – Saratoga Springs, NY

Boys’ Tennis

PSAA Semifinals vs. #2 Avenues [Lost, 1-4]

  • Tue. May 17 @ 4:30pm – USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

Boys’ Track & Field

PSAA Championship [2nd Place]

  • Thur. May 12 @ 3:45pm – Stony Brook

NYSAIS Championship [7th Place]

  • Wed. May 25 @ 1:30pm – Icahn Stadium, Randall’s Island

Girls’ Track & Field

PSAA Championship [2nd Place]

  • Thur. May 12 @ 3:45pm – Stony Brook

NYSAIS Championship [6th Place]

  • Wed. May 25 @ 1:30pm – Icahn Stadium, Randall’s Island


Bears Trounce Familiar Foe to Close Season

May 12, 2022
Rodriguez in action at Andover (PC: Gabriella Sun)

On Wednesday afternoon, the baseball team closed the regular season with a 12-3 win over former rival Southold in their first match-up on Oaklawn Avenue in four years.

The Bears opened the scoring in the 2nd inning when Seth Laureano led off with a walk before coming home on a Jojo Franco single and an error by the right fielder. Franco later scored on a passed ball before RBI singles by Alex Baaden and Sebastian Perez gave the Brook a 4-0 lead. Aaaron Babaev needed just 11 pitches to get through the bottom of the 2nd before running into a bit of trouble in the 3rd. After the sophomore sat down the first two batters of the inning, the Settlers staged a rally, loading the bases on a hit by pitch and a pair of walks before a walk and a double cut their deficit back to 3-4. Babaev recovered to strike out the last batter of the inning, then threw up a zero in the 4th after the Bear offense broke it open in the top half.

A Franco single, a Sam Ribeiro DiCanio hit by pitch, and a Jadden Rodriguez single plated the first run of the inning. A Baaden sacrifice fly, an Isaiah Gibbs double, a Perez single, and a two-run error by the shortstop gave the Brook a commanding 10-3 lead they would not relinquish. The Brook added two more runs in the 6th on an E1 and a Tyler Jones single and Rodriguez and Ribeiro DiCanio yielded just two combined hits over the final three innings to shutdown the Settler offense and nail down the win.

Now the Bears wait to see if they have earned an at-large bid into the NYSAIS Tournament. They will find out their postseason fate tomorrow.


Girls’ Lax Earns Redemption & 1st Title Berth

May 12, 2022

Last year, the girls’ lax team topped Staten Island Academy twice during the regular season before falling to the Tigers in a home semifinal match-up. After the Bears beat the Tigers twice this season, including a 17-4 win on Monday, the stage was set for a chance at redemption.

Yesterday afternoon, the Tigers assured the Bears within the first five minutes that they were not just a prop in a senior day celebration by taking a 2-0 lead at the 19:16 mark. But the resilient Blue & White responded with a six-goal run that left them in control for the remainder of the game. Alexis Savage knotted the score with a free position strike and a man-up goal at the 13:44 mark. Morgan Ruggieri followed with what felt like a huge momentum play when she intercepted a pass from the goalie and scored with 11:29 left to give the Brook a lead they would not relinquish. Michelle Xuan showed her senior leadership by netting a free position goal less than a minute later before Ruggieri found Sydneyanna Giardini on a curl for a goal and Alexandra Puopolo connected on another free position that left the Brook ahead 6-2 with 7:26 left.

From there the squads traded jabs as the Tigers refused to simply roll over. They ended the Bear run with a draw control and score. Mia Trama answered a minute later by finding the top corner. Staten Island punched back 18 seconds later with a draw control and score before Natalia Pagano scored on a bounce shot while falling down to push the Bear advantage to 8-4. A little more breathing room came when Savage found Pagano for a doorstep goal, but the Tigers provided the final score of the half on a man-up strike as the Brook took a 9-5 edge into the half.

The message at halftime was, ‘We’re in control. Keep playing your game,’ and the Bears roared out of the break with two straight goals thanks to a Puopolo free position score and a Ruggieri strike that gave the Brook a 12-5 lead. But Staten Island would continue to hang around thanks to execution on draws and tenacity on 50/50 balls. The Tigers pulled within 6-12 and then 7-13, after a Savage drive and score, but the defense held them in check over the final 9:48 and snuffed out any hopes of a miracle rally when Emily Berger stoned two point blank shots with 3:15 remaining. Savage put the exclamation point on the 14-7 win with 2:19 on the clock.

As the final seconds ticked off, the Bears flooded Fitch Field in a cathartic celebration, having conqured another mountain on their upward rise. A squad that has already made history this season with the first regular season championship and undefeated league season in team history can now say they are the first Stony Brook girls’ lacrosse team to win a playoff game and earn a place in the championship.

They will look to take another step on their historic journey when they face Long Island Lutheran on Friday at 3:30pm at Cantiague Park in the PSAA Championship.


Badminton Finishes Undefeated

May 11, 2022
Yu in action this season (PC: Faith Liberatore)

On Tuesday afternoon, the badminton team finished the regular season undefeated with an 11-0 win at Portledge.

Glen Choi (15-11, 15-10), Daniel Kim (15-8, 15-3), Daniel Wong (15-7, 15-8), Rebecca Pan (15-9, 15-8), Nancy Zhang (15-6, 15-6), and Ariel Yu (15-2, 15-13) swept the singles matches while David Liu and Steven Yu (15-2, 15-3), Richard Lu and Aidan Riley (11-15, 15-5, 15-8), Sherry Song and Ivy Sung (15-3, 15-11), and Ethan Rao and Irene Qin (15-5, 15-1) won at doubles. The Panthers forfeited the second girls’ doubles match.

The Bears now move on to the PSAA semifinals as the #1 seed. They host #4 Long Island Lutheran on Monday afternoon in Swanson Gymnasium.


Bears Top Citius on Senior Day

May 10, 2022
Baaden in action at Andover (PC: Gabriella Sun)

Yesterday afternoon, the baseball team helped the seniors walk off Jeff Adams Field for the last time with a win in a 6-2 victory over Citius Academy.

The Bears got on the board in the bottom of the 1st when Tyler Jones was hit by a pitch, moved to third on a Jayden Stroman single, and came home when the pitcher spiked a fastball that bounced well over the catcher’s head. They added to their lead with a cooked number in the 3rd inning when Alex Baaden walked, Ben Monforth singled, and Sebastian Perez doubled to double the lead, 2-0. Logan Charboneau followed two batters later with a two-run single, before a Seth Laureano double made it 5-0. An E4 on a Jojo Franco pop up scored the inning’s fifth run and gave the Brook a commanding 6-0 lead. It proved to be the Bears’ final run of the game, but Franco, Baaden, and Charboneau ensured it would be more then enough.

Franco went four innings, working around 5 walks with 7 strikeouts while yielding no hits. Baaden followed with a hitless inning before giving way to Charboneau to nail the game down. The freshman rung up 3 Ks, and yielded just one hit, a two-run home run in the 7th inning, to cap a dominant pitching performance for the Brook.


Bears Rout Tigers to Cap Undefeated Season

May 10, 2022
Tinaz in action this season (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

Yesterday afternoon, the girls’ lacrosse team capped a dominant league season with a 17-4 win over Staten Island Academy to complete the first undefeated league run in team history. In their nine league wins, the potent Bear offense averaged 16.8 goals per game while a staunch defense allowed a scant 2.6 goals per game for a staggering 13.7 average margin of victory against familiar rivals.

In yesterday’s match-up, the Brook showed their poise as a physical Tiger defense made them work for everything early on. Alexis Savage found the top corner on an assist from Natalia Pagano to ring up the game’s first point at 21:48. The Bears added another at 20:02 when Mia Trama found the back of the net on a free position drive, but with less than 16 minutes in the half, the Brook still led by just 2-0. The refrain remained consistent: keep moving the ball, keep cutting, keep being patient. The Bears responded and slowly wore down the Tigers with their surgical execution.

Sydneyanna Giardini scored on spin move with 16:11 left, then added two more in the span of a minute with a pair of unassisted goals as the junior took over the middle part of the half. The Bears added three more scores over the final 6:50 as Pagano fed Savage and Trama for goals less than a minute apart and Giardini assisted Savage with just 18 seconds remaining. The Tigers were held off the board until 5:29 remained as Emily Berger stoned 15 first half shots. allowing the Bears to carry an 8-2 edge into the break.

The Bears notched the first two goals of the second half as Alexandra Puopolo and Savage pushed the advantage to 10-2. Staten Island moved within 3-10 at the 16:14 mark, but the Bears answered with five straight scores to trigger a running clock and put the game away. Yasmin Tinaz, Morgan Ruggieri, Giardini, Trama, and Pagano shared the wealth during a run that left the Brook ahead 15-3. Pagano and Giardini added the final two scores to cap the strong offensive performance.

Giardini (5G/ 1A), Savage (4G/ 2A), Trama (3G), Pagano (2G/ 3A), Tinaz (1G/ 1A), Puopolo (1G), and Ruggieri (1G) provided a multi-pronged attack that the Tigers had no answer for. Berger notched a season-high 21 saves behind the prolific defense of Nikki Carlo, Georgia Apazidis, Christy Eugene, and Tiffany Akinyoade that made life challenging for the Staten Island offense all afternoon.

The Bears are back in action tomorrow afternoon when they host Staten Island in the PSAA semifinals.


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