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2009 Nassau County AA Finalist

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Day

Date

Opponent

Site

Time

Result

Monday

16-Mar

FLORAL PARK (S)

HOME

4:00PM

*

Wednesday

18-Mar

PORT WASH. (S)

HOME

4:30PM

*

Thursday

19-Mar

Garden City (S)

Away

4:00PM

PPD

Saturday

21-Mar

GARDEN CITY (S) 

HOME

10:00AM

*

Monday

23-Mar

New Hyde Park (S)

Away

4:00PM

*

Tuesday

24-Mar

ELMONT (NL)

HOME

4:00PM

W 18-0

Wednesday

25-Mar

NEW HYDE PARK (S)

HOME

4:00PM

*

Thursday

26-Mar

FLORAL PARK (NL)

HOME

4:15PM

W 9-1

Friday

27-Mar

SEWANHAKA (NL)

HOME

4:15PM

W 17-2

Tuesday

31-Mar

Herricks

Away

4:30PM

W 14-6

Wednesday

1-Apr

HERRICKS

HOME

4:30PM

W 1-0

Thursday

2-Apr

HERRICKS

HOME

4:30PM

T 5-5

Monday

13-Apr

Bellmore JFK

Away

10:30AM

L 2-1

Tuesday

14-Apr

BELLMORE JFK

HOME

10:30AM

W 5-1

Thursday

16-Apr

Bellmore JFK

Away

10:30AM

W 3-1

Friday

17-Apr

CALHOUN

HOME

10:30AM

L 11-1

Friday

17-Apr

CALHOUN

HOME

1:45PM

W 10-6

Thursday

23-Apr

BALDWIN

HOME

4:30PM

W 4-3 (9)

Saturday

25-Apr

BALDWIN

HOME

12:00PM

W 3-2

Monday

27-Apr

Mepham

Away

4:30PM

W 15-0

Tuesday

28-Apr

MEPHAM

HOME

4:30PM

W 8-2

Thursday

30-Apr

Mepham

Away

4:30PM

W 12-5

Wednesday

6-May

East Meadow

Away

4:30PM

L 4-3

Friday

8-May

EAST MEADOW

HOME

4:30PM

L 6-3

Saturday

9-May

East Meadow

Away

10:30AM

W 10-1

Saturday

9-May

Baldwin

Away

2:00PM

L 6-2

Thursday

14-May

Calhoun

Away

4:30PM

L 7-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLAYOFFS-QUARTERFINALS 2 OUT OF 3

GAME 1 VS MEPHAM LOSE 10-9

GAME 2 VS MEPHAM WIN 15-11

GAME 3 VS MEPHAM WIN 7-1

PLAYOFFS-SEMIFINALS 2 OUT OF 3

GAME 1 VS MACARTHUR WIN 5-3

GAME 2 VS MACARTHUR WIN 10-7

PLAYOFFS-FINALS 2 OUT OF 3

GAME 1 VS MASSAPEQUA LOSE 4-1

GAME 2 VS MASSAPEQUA LOSE 3-1

Teams

Wins

Losses

Ties

Games Back

East Meadow Jets

13

5

0

0

Carey Seahawks

11

6

1

1.5

Calhoun Colts

10

8

0

3

Mepham Pirates

10

8

0

3

Baldwin Bruins

9

9

0

4

Bellmore JFK Cougars

6

12

0

7

Herricks Highlanders

3

14

1

9.5

Nassau County Conference AA-II Playoff Seedings
 
1. MacArthur
2. East Meadow
3. Massapequa
4. Carey
5. Oceanside
6. Mepham
7. Calhoun
8. Syosset
9. Baldwin
10. Plainview JFK
11. Bellmore JFK
12. Port Washington
 
1-4 Receive First Round Byes
5 plays 12
6 plays 11
7 plays 10
8 plays 9
 
Winners get re-seeded from lowest to highest after first round.

Alvino, Jason              28
Augello, John             26
Brusca, Rob               15
Carillo, Sal                   23
Daddino, John           42
Delgado, Evan            10
Demeo, Kyle                 8
Gentile, Alphonse      33
Gregorio, Joe               2
Keen, Mike                  17
Mallick, Steve             11
Marino, Joe                 12
Marino, Mike               25
Mendoza, Eloi            16
Mendoza, Ivan           21
Molloy, John               3
Scott, Kevin                5
Torregrossa, Tom    24

Zahradka, Luke         7

Rydzewski, Tom   29/35

Licciardi, Ron        44/40
Vilchez, Nick            4/44

2009 Award Winners Announced
All-County
1. John Molloy
2. Luke Zahradka
All-Conference
1. Tommy Torregrossa
2. Kyle DeMeo
All-League
1. John Daddino
2. Tom Rydzewski
Honorable Mention All-League
1. Al Gentile

Seahawks Dream Season Ends
 
     For two straight games the 2009 Carey Seahawks battled the Massapequa Chiefs at Farmingdale State University for the right to claim Nassau County AA supremacy.  In the end however the Hawks fell just short of their goal as they dropped 4-1 and 3-1 decisions to the four time reigning Champions.
     It goes without saying that there were tears and extreme disappointment in the Hawks dugout afterwards.  They had become only the second team ever in Carey High School's 50+ year history to make it that far.  It was a playoff series loss that will sting for a while and, of course, always conjure up the 'what ifs' in the sports jargon lexicon.
     But what these young men learned and did will far outweigh any Championship T-Shirt, trophy or ring could ever match.  For three thrilling months these young men lifted a community.  They made their coaches, their teachers and administrators, their parents, their friends, their classmates, their local little leaguers all extremely proud.  Most people, let alone teenagers, are stationed off to the side as the action, also known as life, happens without ever getting an opportunity, sometimes by choice, to really make a positive difference in someone's life.  Yet these brilliant young men did it before they even graduated high school.  That is priceless.
     Also significantly the greatest lesson learned by these young men is that how you pursue a goal is even more important than the goal itself because there are never any guarantees that you will obtain it.  Taking pride in what you do and being able to look yourself in the mirror and say I left it all out there is more than anyone could ever ask for.
     So on behalf of the entire Carey Staff, I would like to thank all of the boys for making these past six months (Yes, we practice all Winter!) the most enjoyable of my coaching career.  I would also like to extend my best wishes to all of the Seniors as they move on into the future as prepared as we could assist in making them: Jason Alvino-Pinch Running Specialist, Rob Brusca-The Captain and Future Coach, Sal Carillo-2014 MMA Champion To Be, Evan Delgado-Mr. Perseverance, Joe Gregorio-Holder of the Greatest Catch in Seahawks History, Mike Keen-Evan's Brother :), Steve Mallick-Don't Forget the RBI's, John Molloy-2009 MVP, Kevin Scott-The Gentleman Captain and Most Improved, Tommy Torregrossa-The Diving Centerfielder and Soon To Be Prowling Panther and last but not least Luke "Goofy" Zahradka-the Greatest Three Sport Athlete in Carey History.
 
Hawks Drop Opener 4-1
 
     With a near capacity crowd looking on at Farmingdale State University, the Seahawks dropped the opener of the Nassau County AA Finals 4-1 to Massapequa to put the Hawks 2009 season on the brink of extinction once again.
     Just two series' ago Mepham had the Hawks in the same predicament before they were able to bounce back and complete the comeback with big wins to advance.
     This time around the Hawks know they will have both of their All-County pitchers Luke Zahradka and John Molloy available as they look to find their mojo two more times starting Tuesday at 7:30PM.
     The pitching will need to keep the Hawks close as they adjust to the cavernous confines of FSU by aiming for some some small-ball success that has been their bread and butter all season.  Unfortunately, they will have to do it without second basemen Tom Rydzewski who injured himself during an around the horn routine in the fourth inning that precipitated a three run fourth for the Chiefs that gave them the lead for good at 4-1.
     Lost in that shuffle were the great catches by centerfielder Tommy Torregrossa who singlehandedly kept the Hawks close for the first three innings.  Relief pitcher Ron Licciardi was also stellar as his two solid innings gave the Hawks a chance late that they were unable to capitalize on.
     Simply put the Hawks offense never got on track.  Their best chance came in the first inning when Kyle DeMeo and Rydzewski singled to open the game, Torregrossa followed with a good at bat only to see his flair to center get caught.  The rally completed fizzled from there as both Mike Marino and John Molloy were unable to make contact as the 'Pequa pitcher beared down to snuff out the threat.
     The Hawks got their only run in the second on a sacrifice fly by Joe Gregorio after a Rob Brusca walk and two base throwing error put him at third.  From there however the best the Hawks would do was four long outs as Brusca, Al Gentile, Nick Vilchez and DeMeo all flew out deep as the bandbox known as Carey field was badly missed on this day.
     With a team chock full of Seniors there is no panic but the Hawks will have to elevate their game but fast if they are to keep this dream season alive. 
    
 
High Flying Hawks Headed to Finals
 
     Flashing back to his touchdown catch filled football season, Joe Gregorio's sparkling webgem on a liner to right field capped a brilliant career on the Carey Baseball field home turf for all of the Seniors as they closed out MacArthur 10-7 in game two of the Nassau County AA Semi-Finals.  It also officially punched the Championship Game admission tickets for the Hawks who are now headed to the County Finals for the first time since 1970.
     For the second consecutive game they also got a bulldog performance from another All-County pitcher as John Molloy threw the team on his back as he went the distance to gain his 8th win of the season.  Despite the seven runs allowed there really was only one unlucky inning where bloops, HBP's and some questionable walks led to a six run outburst for the Generals in the fifth. 
     In typical Carey pitching form however, Molloy tightened it up late retiring eight of the last ten batters which gave the Hawks enough time to come through with a not soon to be forgotten four run sixth inning to send them home a winner in front of what was easily the largest crowd in Carey Baseball history.
     And with there usual style the rally began on yet another perfect bunt single as Kevin Scott dropped his fifth bunt single of the year to get the things going.  With Scott on first and two outs already recorded Tom Rydzewski drilled the pitcher with an infield single setting the stage for Tommy Torregrossa, who skewered a seeing eye single up the middle to tie it at 7-7, then with a hitters count of two and two Rydzewski and Torregrossa executed a double steal to put both of them in scoring position.  Mike Marino (2 for 3) then cooly delivered a two run single to give the Hawks the lead for good at 9-7.  Two pitches later John Molloy dunked one into short left for the final margin of 10-7 after Marino had advanced to second base.
     Early on the Hawks got themselves out of a huge jam in the first inning by allowing just one run as the bases were loaded with no outs.  A squib in front of the plate led to a 1-0 lead before Molloy whiffed the six hitter, that was followed up by a fly out to center where the Generals wisely chose not to tag on Torregrossa's cannon.  The next hitter forced out to Kyle Demeo and the Hawks regained the momentum despite going down 1-0.
     The 1-0 lead was neutralized in the second as Rob Brusca crushed a Home Run just inside the third base foul pole for the equalizer.  Heading to the bottom half of the third the Hawks took their second consecutive 5-1 lead, a double by Kevin Scott got it started, that was followed by Kyle DeMeo who also hit a double which landed in Tent City as the Relay for Life organizers ducked out of the way, Tom Rydzewski intentionally and unselfishly grounded out to the right side to advance DeMeo, Torregrosa walked, Mike Marino then took his own tour of Hooverville as he also rocked a white tent in right field, after a Brusca intentional walk, the disrespected Gregorio got his revenge as he laced a two run single to left to make it 5-1.
     Even with the Generals run to make it 7-5 the 'new' Seahawks never buckled and when the rally in the sixth got going the excitement and expectation for success was palpable.  The Seahawks now hope to take that winning formula to Farmingdale State University on Monday June 1st as they open with either East Meadow or Massapequa with just two games in front of them to stake their claim to greatness.  By the way there is no truth to the rumor that former Carey standout Anthony Marino will be throwing batting practice!!!!
 
Seahawks Get Jump on Generals 
    
     Racing out to a 4-0 lead after two innings the Seahawks never looked back as they grabbed game one of the Nassau County AA Semifinals 5-3 over the MacArthur Generals.
     Early on, small took center stage as the Hawks strung together three singles, a walk and an HBP to jump ahead 3-0 after one.  In the inning, Tommy Torregrossa, Mike Marino and John Molloy all had base-knocks before Rob Brusca's sacrifice fly finished the scoring at 3-0.
     Inning two saw the Hawks plate one more as they held a clinic on how to steal a run.  Joe Gregorio got things going on a swinging bunt, Evan Delgado smoothly sacrifice bunted him to second, Kevin Scott dropped a bunt single and Kyle Demeo singled home Gregorio for the 4-0 lead.
     From there runs were at a premium as both pitchers 'settled' in.  For the Hawks, a gutsy and determined Luke Zahradka easily put together his best performance to date as he battled not only a tough MacArthur lineup but one of the worst umpiring performances known to man as the strike zone was about the size of a pretzel.  
     Despite the frustratrions, Zahradka constantly kept the Generals in check as he mowed down 10 batters allowing just five hits, three of which came in a two run seventh inning when he was working on fumes.
     Fortunately, his solid defense behind him kept any comeback talk on the backburner as Tom Rydzewski made a great stab of a hot liner to keep the Generals from having any thoughts of last minute heroics.
     Weather permitting the Hawks are scheduled to host game two at home on Friday May 29th at 4:45PM.
 
Seahawks Sink Pirates
     
     Four weeks ago no one on the roster had ever heard of the term 'Swine Flu',  but now after a fortuitous break in the action due to its regrettable appearance, the Seahawks find themselves headed towards the Nassau County AA Semifinals after a well rested John Daddino mowed down the power hitting Pirates of Mepham 7-1 in the final game of the three game playoff series.
     The Hawks, who will be sailing in unchartered waters as they move to the Semifinals of Conference AA for the first time in school history must now await the MacArthur-Port Washington series conclusion to find out who their next opponent will be.  If MacArthur wins they will play the Hawks, if Port Washington wins the Hawks will travel to Massapequa for the next round.
     Despite briefly detouring away from the good pitching and good defense theme in the first two games of the series, the Hawks eventually found their way home as an errorless, clutch hitting and gritty pitching performance highlighted their series clincher.
     Sophomore John Daddino notched his fourth win of the year as he went the distance allowing just two hits on two walks as he concluded his remarkable dominance of the number one ranked Mepham offense by completing his 19th inning of work against them giving up just five runs on five hits while fanning 23.
     At the plate small ball converged with long ball to give the hot hitting Hawks just the right mix as they wrapped up their three game set by putting up their 31st run of the series. 
     Game three saw the Hawks put up 10 more hits as the offense was led by Kyle DeMeo's two doubles, Tom Rydzewski's single (and steal that turned into the winning run as he scored on a throwing error), Mike Marino's two singles and two RBI's, John Molloy's single, Rob Brusca's towering Home Run that sparked the sixth inning rally that put the game away, Joe Gregorio's two singles and two swipes and Evan Delgado's second picture perfect bunt single of the series.
     Delgado also shined on defense as his diving stop with runners on second and third snuffed out Mepham's final rally attempt in the fourth inning when the game was still tied at 1-1.  The webgem obviously inspired Daddino as he retired the last 12 batters he faced to seal it for the Hawks.
     The well earned breather now gives the Hawks some quality practice time as they continue to move forward in the battle for Conference AA supremacy.  The next game opponent, time and site will be determined by tomorrow night.  Stay Tuned Hawks fans and thank you for your continued support.
 
Seahawks Outslug Pirates
 
     Facing elimination the Seahawks refused to walk the plank as they outslugged Mepham 15-11 to ensure that they return home for game three of the Nassau County Conference AA Quarterfinals.
     Mike Marino, John Molloy and Joe Gregorio each homered in a 10 run second inning that gave the Hawks the lead for good.  Despite the big time power the inning actually got started through the use of some small ball as Joe Gregorio, in his first at bat of the inning, and Evan Delgado each put down beautiful bunts that gave the Hawks some baseruners as well as some needed momentum.
      Before the dust had settled the Hawks posted nine hits to go with the 10 spot as every starter had at least one hit.  Tom Rydzewski had three hits and an RBI, Tommy Torregrossa had two hits and three RBI's, Kevin Scott had two hits and two RBI's, Rob Brusca had two hits and two huge insurance RBI's in the seventh, while Delgado and Kyle DeMeo also chipped in with singles.
     On the hill, John Molloy went five solid innings allowing just one run while striking out seven.  Mike Keen, Ron Licciardi, and Luke Zahradka combined to finally quiet the Pirate bats as they helped preserve Molloy's seventh win of the year.
     The Hawks return home Tuesday May 26th to take on Mepham in the series finale with the winner moving on to the County Semi-finals.  Game time is 4:45PM.
    
 
Pirates Seize Ship
 
     Nine Runs, nine walks earned, six hits, two separate five run leads, including a 9-4 lead in the last inning, should have been enough to get the Hawks a 'W' in the opening game of the Nassau County AA Quarterfinals. 
     Instead, their vaunted pitching staff, as well as their consistently solid defense betrayed them when they were needed most as the Hawks coughed up a sure victory in a 10-9 extra inning loss to the Mepham Pirates to put their backs against the wall as they now face 2009 extinction if they can't get two straight wins to extend their season.
     Simply put nine walks and five errors doesn't win playoff games it starts the travel ball season faster.  So now it is up the Hawks to believe that they can still do this starting tomorrow as there is no time to ponder there is only time to bounce back.
 
Colts Boot Hawks 7-2
 
      The Hawks wrapped up their regular season with a 7-2 clunker against Calhoun as they have now lost four out of five to limp into the playoffs.  Compounding matters was the loss of Third Baseman Al Gentile to emergency appendectomy.  Hopefully with a little luck, Gentile can make a Willis Reed like return to the diamond as the Hawks could certainly use his big bat in the lineup.
     Fortunately for the Hawks the new second season has finally arrived as the 2009 playoffs begin on Wednesday May 20th with the Hawks seeded fourth with a bye and home field advantage as they open with a Quarterfinal matchup against a yet to be determined opponent.
 
Split Decision For Seahawks
    
     On a day they clinched the ever important playoff bye round seed the Hawks also stumbled in their pursuit of defending their 2008 Conference AA-II title after jolting the Jets of East Meadow 10-1 in the morning before being bear hugged by the Baldwin Bruins 6-2 in the afternoon.
     The Seahawks wrap up their regular season on Thursday at Calhoun in what will be the last tune up game before the playoffs begin at home on Wednesday May 20th.  The Hawks current situation rests as follows:  East Meadow holds a one game edge and the tiebreaker while Calhoun sits just one game behind the Hawks in the loss column.  However, since these two teams play this week in a three game series the Hawks are assured of at least a second place finish and a #4 seed in the Nassau County AA playoffs.
      If Calhoun loses one game the Hawks get second place.  If East Meadow loses two games the Hawks must win on Thursday to clinch first place and defend their title.  If Calhoun sweeps East Meadow and the Hawks defeat Calhoun on Thursday they will also grab first place.  That is also assuming Calhoun will win their other make up game on Friday.  Got it?
     If the Hawks can get lucky and rise to the top then they will be seeded as #2 in the Nassau County playoffs starting on May 20th.  Regardless they will not be #1 or #3 under any circumstances.
     So the goal for the Hawks, who sit out this week's AA-II action is to rest up arms and begin getting ready both physically and mentally for the road ahead.  And after dropping three of four in what was a very challenging week the Hawks will hit the skills and drills circuit at practice this week.
     As for the never ending Saturday games, John Molloy earned his team leading sixth win to salvage the last game of the East Meadow series.  Molloy's four hit. no earned runs, one walk, and six K's gem gave the Hawks the boost they needed after dropping two close ones on Wednesday and Friday.
     Offensively the Hawks seized control right away when they took advantage of a crucial Jets error to put a commanding five spot on the board after half an inning of play.  The Hawks would tack on three more in the third and two more in the fifth to comfortably cruise to the finish line. 
     John Molloy and Kevin Scott each had two hits and an RBI to lead the way while Tom Rydzewski, Al Gentile, Rob Brusca, Mike Marino and Tommy Torregrossa all chipped in with one RBI apiece as well.
     After a brief detour at Checkers, which as good as it was, it was still no match for last year's visit to Nathan's at Coney Island, the Hawks travelling circus headed to Baldwin.
     Once outfielder Kevin Scott was certified as a lifeguard in case he fell into the left field lake the game began.  For the Hawks, the game and the energy level plummeted fast and hard after giving up six runs on five hits in the first two innings as the normally steady Hawks pitching couldn't hang on early.
     There was however a silver lining for the Hawks hurlers as rookie Ron Licciardi went five and a third innings in relief allowing just three hits and a single earned run while mowing down 14 consecutive batters in row from the second to sixth innings.
     Unfortunately with the Hawks' bats still at the 'check'out line at Checkers the offense simply withered away as just Tom Rydzewski, Kyle DeMeo and Rob Brusca stroked hits in what was an exhausting and extremely frustrating nightcap to a busy day of baseball.
     The Hawks head back to the practice field on Monday NOT Tuesday as planned since next Sunday's planned practice won't be conducive to the Hawks playoff preparation.  All players should be on the field ASAP as the Junior High will be getting the field at 3:45PM.
 
Jets Soar Past Seahawks
 
     Baseball Fundamentals 101 paid another visit as the East Meadow Jets dropped the Seahawks again this time 6-3 to guarantee a first series loss of the year for the Hawks.  It also dropped the Hawks a game, two in actuality, out of the Conference AA-II top spot with just three games remaining.
     Throwing strikes, playing smart defense, keeping runners from taking extra bases via the stolen base or passed ball, successful suicide squeezes from anywhere in the order, two out hits, working two strike foul balls, in game batting adjustments, and not to mention overall determination and enthusiasm are items not always found in the boxscore but they are found on championship teams which is what the Jets exhibited for the Hawks in all its grandeur.
     That small ball mentality allowed the Jets to stake a 4-0 on an off-balanced 300 Foot Home Run, two squeezes and a two out single by the number eight hitter.
     For the second straight game the Hawks bats lay dormant until the sixth when Al Gentile doubled home both Tommy Torregrossa and Mike Marino to cut the lead in half at 4-2.  Unfortunately, Gentile remained stranded and then the Jets tacked on two insurance runs to negate red hot Rob Brusca's Home Run and Joe Gregorio's two strike double as the top of the order fizzled going 1-9 on the day.
     The Hawks next embark on a rare split destination doubleheader as they head to East Meadow at 10:30AM before detouring to Baldwin at 2:00PM for the second of two as the Hawks look to right the ship.
    
    
 
Jets Edge Hawks 4-3
 
     After a brief respite from Mother Nature, the Hawks finally got back to baseball as they travelled to East Meadow for the first of three in yet another first place showdown.
     Strugling early with the sticks the Hawks left seven runners stranded in four of the first five innings as the elusive 'timely' hit kept coming up short.  Conversely, the Jets raced out to a 4-0 lead after a two run triple, a run scoring groundout and a wild pitch put them in the driver's seat and the Hawks in a hole.
     The stagnant offense finally broke free in the sixth when Rob Brusca followed up singles by Al Gentile and Tom Rydzewski with a two run double.  John Daddino reached on an error as did Kevin Scott to score Brusca.  Unfortunately, the inning, as well as the game as it would turn out basically ended there when Kyle DeMeo was barely thrown out to end the sixth and the Hawks went down in order in the seventh.
     Hopefully the rains will continue to hold off as the Hawks head to East Meadow on Thursday as they look for the evener.
 
Seahawks Sweep Pirates
 
     Playing with a grit and determination not often seen during a usual Carey-Mepham series, the Hawks parlayed one of their most successful series sweeps in recent memory into an outright drubbing as they dropped the Pirates again 12-5 making it three straight and out-scoring them by a whopping 35-7 margin.
     With the three game sweep the first place 10-2-1 Hawks now sit in the catbird seat with a one game lead with five to play as they continue to jockey for playoff position.  The Hawks battle to keep at least a first place or second place finish which would garner them the ever-important Bye Round now has them three ahead of the third place Pirates in the loss column.
     As for the series finale, John Molloy got his turn to earn his fifth victory of the year which he did old style as he pitched a rare complete game 11 hitter as he whiffed 10 going the distance on 103 pitches to tie Luke Zahradka for the team lead in victories.
     At the plate most of the magic was done in the ten-spot fifth inning when the Hawks sent 15 batters to the plate highlighted by Kyle Demeo's two hits and two RBI's, John Molloy's two hits and one RBI, Tom Rydewski, Joe Marino and Evan Delgado's consecutive base knocks and lastly Mike Marino's three run moonshot that brought the lead to 12-1.  All told the Hawks smacked 13 hits as they collectively found their groove against the beleagured Pirates pitching staff.
     The Hawks road show continues (Weather Permitting As Usual) as the Hawks wrap up their Baldwin set tomorrow at 4:30PM.
 
Seahawks Sink Pirates
 
        For the second straight game the Hawks got solid pitching, timely hitting, including some well timed 'yard work', and some occasional good defense as they peppered the Mepham Pirates 8-2 to help capture their fourth series win of the season.
      Offensively, Kyle DeMeo got things started with a bang as he smashed a leadoff Home Run to stake the Hawks to an early 1-0 lead but more importantly it put the Pirates back on their heels again.  After a Mike Marino walk, Al Gentile reached on an outfield error which brought hot hitting John Molloy to the plate, after working the count brilliantly as well as fouling off several 3-2 pitches Molloy finally found one he liked and promptly crushed it over the leftfield fence for a commanding 4-0 lead.
    Two innings later DeMeo would add two more RBI's to his stat total as he stroked a bases loaded double.  In the sixth Molloy chopped home his fourth RBI of the game to put the Hawks up for good at 8-2.  All told the DeMeo-Molloy combo would contribute all 7 earned RBI's.
     On the hill Luke Zahradka notched his team leading fifth win of the year as he scuffled all day to keep runners in check after the Hawks defense had some breakdowns as they committed six errors two of which led to the only runs of the game for the Pirates.
     The Hawks rest on Wednesday before heading to Mepham as they go for the sweep on Thursday.
 
Seahawks Pillage Pirates
    
     In just his fourth career Varsity start Sophomore John Daddino got his first no-hitter as went the distance striking out 13 to lead the Seahawks in a surprising 15-0 whitewash of Mepham.
     After several weeks of struggling at the plate the Hawks exploded for 15 runs on 14 hits led by the long ball of Mike Marino, whose 390 foot drive over the rightfield bleachers landed on the football field, and the 'other rookie' Kyle Demeo who posted a near cycle as he went 4 for 5 with two singles, a double, a triple and 5 RBI's.
     Also joining the hit parade was Tommy Torregrossa, Al Gentile, John Molloy, Tom Rydzewski, and Rob Brusca who all had at least one hit and one RBI.  Kevin Scott and Joe Gregorio also contributed a double and a single.
     The 7-run fifth inning was the biggest run scoring frame of the year for the Hawks and it was more than enough for the determined Daddino who was razor sharp with all of his pitches.
     The first place Seahawks return home on Tuesday as the Pirates look to exact some revenge on the Hawks for their opening game loss.
 
Hawks Cut Down Bruins
 
     Kevin Scott's perfect relay throw to third baseman Al Gentile in the top of the seventh allowed Gentile to spin and throw to Tom Rydzewski at second base ending the Baldwin rally and preserving the Hawks third straight win 3-2.
     The play capped off a strong inning that began in the bottom of the sixth when Evan Delgado's perfect sacrifice bunt allowed Gentile to then knock in both Scott and Kyle DeMeo with a two-run single to bump the lead to 3-0.
     It exemplified the fundamental way to play baseball and it will only strengthen the Seahawks resolve come playoff time.  Those fundamentals also stay sharp in the field as the Hawks played errorless baseball after Thursday's eight error meltdown.  Those lack of errors were all John Molloy needed as he matched Luke Zahradka with his fourth victory of the season.  His complete game on 92 pitches saw him allow just four hits, two walks, two earned runs, while fanning nine.
     With the win the Hawks sit just one game out of first as they head to Mepham for a AA-II Conference showdown starting at Mepham on Monday with Newsday on hand.  It should provide the kind of excitement that makes a team elevate their game.  The Hawks hope to be that team.
 
Scrappy Hawks Shake Bruins
 
     Like a piece of gum stuck on the bottom of your shoe on a hot summer day, the Seahawks just wouldn't go away as they scratched and clawed through nine sloppy and, at times brilliant, innings in a 4-3 come from behind win over the Baldwin Bruins in the first of yet another interrupted three game series.
     Mike Marino's bases loaded sacrifice fly in the bottom half of the ninth plated Kevin Scott, (2 for 4, double and RBI) who had reached on an error and moved to second on Kyle DeMeo's ground rule double, to win it for the Hawks who battled back from 2-0 and 3-1 deficits.
     Luke Zahradka got his team leading fourth win as he bullied his way through 101 pitches striking out nine and walking none while allowing just one earned run.
     Defensively it was all or nothing as the Hawks found the right magic in the field at just the right time to help offset a brutal eight error performance.  Diving, barehanded and shoot downs at the plate by Tom Rydzewski, Kyle DeMeo and Joe Gregorio along with John Molloy respectively neutralized two Bruin rallies to keep the Hawks within striking distance.
     John Molloy doubled home the first run while Kevin Scott and Tom Rydzewski knocked in the next two before Marino's ninth inning heroics.
     Kudos to all the Hawks as they hung tough as a team and with the win moved themselves into sole possession of second place in the AA-II dogfight.
     The Hawks return home on Saturday 12PM for game two of the Baldwin series. 
 
 
Seahawks Split Deuce
 
     Playing a rare doubleheader, the Seahawks got a peek at both sides of the coin as they were routed in the opener 11-1 before bouncing back in the nightcap 10-6 to split their first two series contests vs the Calhoun Colts.
     The morning affair got away from the Hawks but fast as they allowed 12 hits and 10 walks while watching the Colts race to an early 7-1 lead after two innings.  A bright spot for the Hawks was the four solid innings thrown by Evan Delgado who, in his first Varsity appearance, allowed just two hits, one run and at one point retired nine straight batters.
     Kyle DeMeo, Tommy Torregrossa and John Molloy supplied the only offense as the Hawks were stymied for six straight innings after scratching one across in the first.
 
     In the second game, John Molloy wrested control right from the get-go as he induced two forceouts along with a pickoff to cancel a potential first inning rally.  Settling in, the Hawks offense pulled ahead with a two-spot as Kyle DeMeo's leadoff double was followed up by RBI singles from both Mike Marino and Tom Rydzewski.
     John Molloy moved the lead to 3-0 after hitting his second of three doubles on the day in the fifth.  He later scored on a two out throwing error to push the score to 4-0.  In the fifth the Hawks had their most fundamentally sound inning of the season as a successful sacrifice bunt from Rob Brusca and a successful sacrifice fly from Joe Gregorio led to three more runs to push the lead to 7-1.
     Calhoun long ball cut that lead to 7-3 before the Hawk bats tacked on three more insurance runs in the bottom of the sixth.  Two walks were cashed in when Molloy singled home Mike Marino before Brusca crushed one off the left field fence just inches shy of a three run blast.
     And as it sometimes happens, the runs were extremely important when the Colts hit another tater to cut the lead to 10-6.  Not to be denied however John "Bulldog" Molloy put an end to the nonsense and he calmly retired the last hitters to give himself a self-proclaimed "ugly win" which was undoubtedly a lot better than past Monday's "pretty loss" to Bellmore.
     The Hawks now rest for two days before welcoming the Baldwin Bruins Monday at Carey in the first of four straight games as the Calhoun finale will be squeezed in on Wednesday.
Hawks Edge JFK 3-1
    
     Sticking with their 2009 theme of solid pitching, good defense and timely hitting, the Hawks won their second consecutive series with a 3-1 win over Bellmore JFK in the rubber match.
     Luke Zahradka reclaimed his role as top dog on the Bellmore field hill as he went the distance striking out 12 while allowing just one run on five hits.  His stab of a hard hit grounder in the fifth also stemmed a potential game tying single.  Additionally, he also picked off the first baserunner of the game to squash any early rally attempts.
     Joe Gregorio powered the offense as he went 2 for 3 with a double off the left field fence and his first career Home Run over the centerfield fence for two of the Hawks three RBI's.  Al Gentile also put up a 2 for 3 day with an RBI single in the sixth with two outs to score Mike Marino to make it 3-0 at the time.
     The beat goes on tomorrow as the Hawks return home for their first doubleheader in nearly a decade as they welcome the Calhoun Colts in the first two of several make up games.  Game times are 10:30AM and 1:45PM.
Hawks Clip Cougars
 
     Bouncing back nicely from their opening game loss the Hawks evened their series with Bellmore at one apiece after dropping them 5-1 in their only home game of the three game set.
     Luke Zahradka, for the second straight game entered in the seventh inning, this time around however the results were dramatically different as he struck out the side after the Cougars loaded the bases with no outs.  Zahradaka's relief earned him his first save as well as the team's first save of the season.  It also made John Daddino a winner after he pitched 5 2/3 innings allowing just two hits, one run, two walks while fanning nine batters.
     At the plate, Tom Rydzewski, Tommy Torregrossa and Al Gentile all went 1 for 3 with a run scored. Gentile's two run single in the first gave the Seahawks an early 3-0 lead that they never relinquished.  The Hawks also stole six bases led by Mike Marino who swiped two while scoring the ever important 'insurance run in the bottom of the sixth to give the Hawks the final lead of 5-1.
     The Hawks now head to Calhoun for the first of three make-up games before finishing the Bellmore series on Thursday.
 
Late Rally Stuns Seahawks
 
     Heading to the seventh Seahawks starting pitcher John Molloy was on cruise control as he allowed only three singles while striking out five.  Six batters later however ecstasy turned to agony as a seeing-eye double, an error, a passed ball, two walks and a 12 pitch at-bat punched the Hawks in the gut as they headed home a loser after dropping their first of the season 2-1 to the Bellmore JFK Cougars in the opening game of the three game set.
     Sometimes the numbers don't lie as the Hawks batted a miserable 1-11, .091 with runners in scoring position while stranding 10 baserunners.  They failed to execute three bunts.  They were picked off second base as well as third base.  Despite walking nine times they were only able to convert that into one run.  They comitted four errors, one of which became the game winning run.  They struck out six times and only hit one ball to the outfield all game long.  Simply put the Hawks let this one slip away.
     Fortunately, baseball is a resiliency sport and the Hawks will have to have a short memory as they head back home on Tuesday to welcome Bellmore in their only apperance at Carey of the season.  Game time is 10:30AM for all the games this week.
 
Seahawks 'Lose' 5-5
    
     When a baseball program commits itself to excellence, relinquinshing a four run lead late in the game becomes an unacceptable occurence.  Such was the case however for the Seahawks in the Herricks finale when they were unable to hold off a late four run rally that left them with a rare tie 5-5 after the game was called due to darkness.
     Wasted in the setback was another solid starting pitching performance for the Hawks as John Daddino went five innings, striking out 10, walking four and allowing only a leadoff double before being shut down at 80 pitches.
     At the dish, Tommy Torregrossa (3 for 4, 4 RBI's) and  Tom Rydzewksi (2 for 3, 1 RBI) combined for five of the Seahawks eight hits as the Hawks were unable to convert on a late squeeze attempt as well as stranding nine runners including three in the bottom of the seventh.
     Disappointing as it was, the Hawks will now move ahead as good teams do and set their sites on a big Calhoun matchup starting at home next Monday.
    
 
Hawks Blank Herricks 1-0
     Rob Brusca's fifth inning groundout RBI was all the offense needed as Luke Zahradka was masterful pitching a complete game one-hitter to lead the Seahawks over the Highlanders in the second game of their three game set.
     For the second time in a week a Hawks pitcher almost pitched another no-no, only a bad luck hop over third baseman Al Gentile's head with one out in the seventh kept Zahradka from joining John Molloy in the no-hitters club.    
     Fortunately, Zahradka, showing the poise that has made him a three sport All-County and All-Conference athlete, collected himself and sealed the deal with the tying and go-ahead runners on second and third respectively.  His final numbers were nine strikeouts and four walks allowed.
     Adding to the defensive theme were Kyle Demeo who had four assists and two putouts and Brusca who gunned down two potential base thiefs early in the game to stem any rally attempts by the Highlanders.
     On offense only Gentile (a double), John Molloy and Mike Marino connected on hits for the Hawks.  Marino's single in the fifth which caromed off the face of the Herricks second baseman started the rally.  Marino then stole second base before Tom Rydzewski sacrificed him over to third, Molloy reached on an E6 and then Brusca's hard hit ball to second became a groundout winner for the Hawks when another tricky hop took the double play option away.
     The Hawks remain home for the series finale on Thursday.  Game time is 4:45PM.
 
Seahawks Out-Hit Highlanders
    
       Mike Marino's fifth inning triple with the bases loaded opened up a 6-3 lead for the Seahawks who went on to win 14-6 in their 2009 AA-II debut.
       Al Gentile, Tommy Torregrossa, and Kyle DeMeo all had three hits apiece while Tom Rydzewski, Rob Brusca, Luke Zahradka and Kevin Scott added two each as the Hawks pounded out 19 hits to turn a pitchers duel into a slugfest.
        John Molloy earned his second straight victory as he went six innings on just 68 pitches striking out five while allowing just three earned runs and one walk.
         The Hawks head home for the remainder of the series as Luke Zahradka starts Wednesday followed by John Daddino on Thursday.
 
Seahawks Scalp Indians, Claim BWC
     With the legendary Carey community icon Bob Walpole in attendance, the Seahawks crushed the overmatched Sewanhaka Indians 17-2 to gain a sweep of their district rivals and stake claim to the 8th Annual Bob Walpole Classic.
       Sophomore John Daddino led the charge on the hill as he sparkled in his first Varsity start by going five innings allowing no earned runs while striking out eight and walking just two batters.
       At the plate the Hawk hitters continued their early season feasting as they smashed 17 hits to go with their 17 runs.  Mike Marino connected on his first hit and Homer of the season, a Grand Salami in the second to put the Hawks up for good at 5-0.  Mike later added an RBI walk to cap off his and John Daddino's Co-MVP performance.
       Al Gentile notched his own 3 for 3 day, Kevin Scott and Tom Rydewski chipped in with two hits apiece, and Kyle DeMeo, Joe Gregorio, Ivan Mendoza, John Molloy, Joe Marino and Mike Keen all contributed one hit base-knocks to round out the stat-sheet.
       Despite it being early in the season the Seahawk sluggers have found a good groove as they have now rung up a walloping 44 runs in their first three games.  Hopefully, those big bops can make the move to next week as they leave Non-League play for the year and head over to Conference AA-II play next week starting with their first three game set of the year vs Herricks next Tuesday.
 
 
Seahawks Sprint Past Knights
     The Seahawks continued their feel good start to the season with their second consecutive big win as they downed the Knights of Floral Park 9-1 in a rain shortened affair.
      Luke Zahradka went five to earn the victory as he struck out ten while only walking two. 
      Joe Gregorio and Rob Brusca again led the charge on offense as they both went 2 for 2.  Gregorio also had three RBI's while the fleet-footed Brusca swiped a career high four bases.  On the day the run and gun Hawks totaled 11 swipes to give themselves scoring opportunities in every inning.  Kevin Scott, Gregorio, and Tommy Torregrossa all had two while Kyle DeMeo added the last one.
     Scott, Torregrossa, John Molloy and Tom Rydzewski, in his first Varsity start, all had one hit apiece as the Hawks have now bopped in 27 runs in their first two games.
     The Hawks complete their 2009 Non-League schedule tomorrow when they welcome Sewanhaka in the annual Bob Walpole Classic.  Game Time is 4:15PM
 
Hawks Slay Spartans Behind Molloy No-No
 
     The Seahawks broke the seal on the 2009 campaign in grand fashion as Senior Southpaw John Molloy tossed his first career no-hitter to lead the Hawks to an 18-0 whitewash of the Elmont Spartans.
       Molloy tossed just 74 pitches striking out 11, walking just one while allowing just one soft flyball to shallow rightfield for the only ball to leave the infield.
       Offensively, the Hawks raced out of the gate scoring 10 in the opening frame.  Every starter reached base safely in the inning to pace the onslaught.
       Leading the way were Rob Brusca, who went 3 for 5 with two doubles and four RBI's and Joe Gregorio, who went 3 for 4 with a double and three RBI's.  Alphonse Gentile, Tommy (Happy Birthday!) Torregrossa, and Luke Zahradka all added two hits while Kyle DeMeo, John Molloy and Kevin Scott all had one hit to round the tally at 15 hits.  For DeMeo and Scott it was their first Varsity hits.  Congratulations!

TEAM: Wins= 18 Losses= 9 Ties= 1

Batting Report

Player AB R H 1B 2B 3B HR RBI TBB Avg Slg Obp. Trend 3Avg. Avg RSP Cont% OBS G SOL SOS HP SB Sacb Sacf CS SB% TB HS
Mike Keen 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 500 500 667 0 0 0 500 1167 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Ron Licciardi 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 500 500 667 500 0 0 1000 1167 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Tom Rydzewski 79 21 33 30 3 0 0 17 8 418 456 489 15 500 0 899 945 26 2 6 4 14 1 1 1 933 36 8
Kyle Demeo 94 28 35 18 13 2 2 17 15 372 617 459 -9 300 0 819 1076 28 6 11 1 14 1 1 1 933 58 10
Al Gentile 63 14 23 18 5 0 0 15 15 365 444 500 -25 200 0 857 944 25 4 5 3 8 0 1 1 889 28 0
Tommy Torregrossa 82 19 26 23 3 0 0 20 16 317 354 441 -21 286 0 854 795 27 5 7 3 21 1 1 4 840 29 0
Rob Brusca 79 16 25 13 8 0 4 22 6 316 570 382 7 375 0 734 952 28 1 20 3 8 2 1 3 727 45 3
Kevin Scott 64 21 20 14 6 0 0 7 9 313 406 413 -26 250 0 766 820 27 5 10 2 5 0 0 2 714 26 0
John Molloy 68 15 21 11 8 0 2 16 10 309 515 427 0 200 0 794 942 27 5 9 4 5 1 0 1 833 35 0
Mike Marino 69 24 19 10 3 1 5 30 25 275 565 468 -26 222 0 696 1033 26 3 18 0 16 0 0 2 889 39 0
Joe Gregorio 77 18 19 9 7 1 2 16 3 247 442 277 -17 250 0 727 719 27 3 18 1 5 0 2 0 1000 34 0
Luke Zahradka 23 3 5 3 2 0 0 3 2 217 304 280 0 0 0 696 584 23 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0
Ivan Mendoza 5 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 200 200 333 -300 0 0 800 533 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Sal Carillo 11 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 182 273 182 -68 0 0 727 455 9 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
Evan Delgado 29 5 4 3 1 0 0 2 3 138 172 219 -73 0 0 862 391 16 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 667 5 0
Joe Marino 16 4 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 125 188 176 -97 0 0 625 364 11 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 1000 3 0
John Daddino 10 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 100 100 100 0 0 0 600 200 14 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 1000 1 0
Jason Alvino 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000 0 7 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 500 0 0
John Augello 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 200 0 0 0 0 200 6 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Steve Mallick 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Eloy Mendoza 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nick Vilchez 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 667 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total for Team 785 194 238 158 61 4 15 168 117 303 448 404 0 0 0 782 853 28 47 124 21 104 8 7 19 846 352 22

TEAM: Fielding Report

Player G Inn PO A EF ET Errors F% 2B-P PB CCS CSB
John Augello 6 0 5 0 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0
John Daddino 14 0 3 2 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0
Mike Keen 7 0 2 0 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0
Joe Marino 11 0 0 2 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0
Mike Marino 26 0 7 1 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0
Ron Licciardi 6 0 3 1 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0
John Molloy 27 0 106 25 3 0 3 978 0 0 0 0
Tommy Torregrossa 27 0 38 2 1 0 1 976 0 0 0 0
Luke Zahradka 23 0 56 15 0 2 2 973 0 0 0 0
Rob Brusca 28 0 221 17 3 6 9 964 0 0 0 0
Joe Gregorio 27 0 18 4 1 0 1 957 0 0 0 0
Tom Rydzewski 26 0 27 41 5 0 5 932 0 0 0 0
Kyle Demeo 28 0 35 53 10 0 10 898 0 0 0 0
Kevin Scott 27 0 9 1 1 1 2 833 0 0 0 0
Al Gentile 25 0 11 17 5 4 9 757 0 0 0 0
Evan Delgado 16 0 1 6 3 1 4 636 0 0 0 0
Ivan Mendoza 6 0 1 0 1 0 1 500 0 0 0 0
Jason Alvino 7 0 1 0 2 0 2 333 0 0 0 0
Sal Carillo 9 0 0 1 2 0 2 333 0 0 0 0
Steve Mallick 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Eloy Mendoza 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nick Vilchez 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total for Team 28 0 544 188 37 14 51 935 0 0 0 0

TEAM: Pitching Report

Player IP #BAT RS ER Bk BB SOL HITS HR IW SACF SACB HP WP W L S AVG HR% ERA WIN% GP G RATIO CG GS B St Shut TP K/G W/G P/G S/B SOS ND SO
John Molloy 59.33 252 27 24 0 18 21 52 5 0 0 0 2 0 8 1 0 224 22 2.83 889 10 27 1.18 0 0 0 0 0 0 8.02 2.12 0.00 0.00 47 0 68
Luke Zahradka 63.00 284 26 23 0 30 16 49 2 0 0 0 1 0 6 3 1 194 8 2.56 667 13 23 1.25 0 0 0 0 0 0 9.44 3.33 0.00 0.00 69 0 85
John Daddino 44.33 187 17 15 0 23 22 26 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 159 6 2.37 667 9 14 1.11 0 0 0 0 0 0 9.95 3.63 0.00 0.00 41 1 63
John Augello 1.33 14 6 6 0 4 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 400 100 31.50 0 2 6 6.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 10.50 21.00 0.00 0.00 1 0 2
Evan Delgado 4.00 15 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 143 0 1.75 0 1 16 0.75 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.50 1.75 0.00 0.00 2 0 2
Kyle Demeo 0.33 7 3 3 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 667 0 63.00 0 1 28 15.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 21.00 21.00 0.00 0.00 1 0 1
Al Gentile 2.00 19 7 7 0 8 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 545 0 24.50 0 1 25 7.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.50 28.00 0.00 0.00 1 0 1
Mike Keen 2.33 17 8 7 0 3 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 429 0 21.00 0 3 7 3.86 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 9.00 0.00 0.00 0 0 0
Steve Mallick 2.33 12 3 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200 0 3.00 0 2 4 1.71 0 0 0 0 0 0 6.00 6.00 0.00 0.00 2 0 2
Tommy Torregrossa 1.00 6 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 27 2.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 14.00 0.00 0.00 0 0 0
Ron Licciardi 11.33 54 10 9 0 5 2 16 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 327 20 5.56 0 5 6 1.85 0 0 0 0 0 0 6.79 3.09 0.00 0.00 9 0 11
Total for Team 191.33 867 108 96 0 97 62 167 10 0 0 0 4 0 18 9 1 218 13 3.51 667 49 28 1.38 0 0 0 0 0 0 8.60 3.55 .00 .00 173 1 235

Day

Date

Opponent

Site

Time

Result

Monday

16-Mar

Floral Park (S)

Away

4:00PM

 

Thursday

19-Mar

GARDEN CITY (S)

HOME

4:00PM

 

Saturday

21-Mar

Garden City (S)

Away

10:00AM

 

Monday

23-Mar

NEW HYDE PARK (S)

HOME

4:00PM

 

Thursday

26-Mar

Floral Park (NL)

Away

4:15PM

W 23-0

Friday

27-Mar

Sewanhaka (NL)

Away

4:15PM

W 18-1

Monday

30-Mar

Herricks

Away

4:30PM

W 13-0

Thursday

2-Apr

Herricks

Away

4:30PM

W 12-0

Friday

3-Apr

HERRICKS

HOME

4:30PM

PPD

Monday

13-Apr

BELLMORE JFK

HOME

10:30AM

W 9-2

Tuesday

14-Apr

Bellmore JFK

Away

10:30AM

W 19-7

Thursday

16-Apr

BELLMORE JFK

HOME

10:30AM

W 5-0

Friday

17-Apr

Calhoun

Away

10:30AM

L 4-3

Friday

17-Apr

Calhoun

Away

1:30PM

L 15-6

Thursday

23-Apr

Baldwin

Away

4:30PM

W 6-5

Saturday

25-Apr

Baldwin

Away

10:00AM

W 11-1

Monday

27-Apr

MEPHAM

HOME

4:30PM

W 4-2(9)

Tuesday

28-Apr

Mepham

Away

4:30PM

W 11-3

Thursday

30-Apr

MEPHAM

HOME

4:30PM

W 10-3

Friday

8-May

East Meadow

Away

4:30PM

L 3-1

Tuesday

12-May

MacArthur

Away

4:30PM

L 9-7

Wednesday

13-May

MacArthur

Away

4:30PM

W 9-4

Thursday

14-May

CALHOUN

HOME

4:30PM

L 12-3

 

 

 

 

 

Amato, Pat
Borderman, Jesse
Conte, Peter
Delgado, Adam
Draud, Travis
Eymold, Edward
Gentile, Andrew
Licata, Anthony
Licciardi, Ron
Miotto, Rob
Montalto, Jesse
Rydzewski, Tom
Safuto, Nick
Smith, Harry
Vilchez, Nick
Young, Jack
Zahradka, Kyle
Zeppieri, Anthony