The Huntington Booster Club has announced it will hold a golf outing on Monday, July 1, 2019 at Crab Meadow Golf Course in Northport. Tee-off is set for 1:30 p.m. Last summer’s affair drew a large crowd, including dozens of alumni.
Complete information about the event will be posted soon. For more information send a message to Trish Rongo (email@example.com) or visit huntingtonboosterclub.com.
Abby Maichin Tallies Nine Points in Victory
The Huntington girls’ lacrosse team needed a big win and the Blue Devils got it when they bested host Brentwood, 15-3 in Suffolk Division I.
Huntington scored early and often en route to methodically building an 11-2 halftime lead. The Blue Devils coasted the rest of the way.
Abby Maichin’s four goals and five assists once again led the way for Huntington. Paige Lennon added two goals and two assists. Charlotte Maggio scored twice and had an assist. Katie Browne also tallied a pair of goals.
Alyssa Sorensen, Laurel Bonn and Gianna Forte all added to Huntington’s offensive onslaught with each notching a goal and an assist. Lena Annunziata and Jordan Forte also scored goals.
Huntington goalies Maya Santa-Maria, Emily Cheshire and Lisa Martin combined to stop four shots in the cage for the Blue Devils.
Billy Burton’s Three Goals Lead Huntington
Billy Burton scored three goals to pace the Huntington boys’ lacrosse team to a 12-6 victory over visiting Lindenhurst. Pat Durand had two goals and two assists and Nick Mattio and Robbie Smith added two goals each, respectively. Smith also had an assist.
Huntington led 4-1 after the first period and 8-3 at halftime. The Blue Devils went on to outscore the Bulldogs in the second half, 4-3.
Liam Hassett also had a goal and an assist for Huntington. Jon Koumas and Matt Stolfa also scored for the Blue Devils. Aedan McDonald stopped five shots in goal.
Blue Devil JV Girls’ Lacrosse Cruises
The Huntington High School junior varsity girls’ lacrosse team is well on its way to a successful season.
The Blue Devils have glided past most of their opponents and displayed a knack for scoring and solid defense. The team boasts many skilled players with years of experience.
The team consists of eighth graders Grace Agrillo, Kaci McDonald, Margaret Morrisroe, Emma O’Brien, Vanessa Salmon and Erin Scanlon; freshmen Makaylah Frazier, Emily Geller, Caroline Gorecki, Sophie Laserson, Tallulah Pitti, Ainsley Proctor, Kailey Rappel, Leda Roldan, Regan Sansiviero and Grace Stolfa; and sophomores Lainey Carney, Isabella DiBenedetto, Gianna Prosseda, Karen Ulloa-Moreira and Riley Zink; and junior Megan O’Brien.
The Blue Devils are in the midst of playing a schedule of 14 games against Cold Spring Harbor, Smithtown West, Farmingdale, Riverhead, Sachem North, Northport, Half Hollow Hills, Walt Whitman, Longwood, Smithtown East, William Floyd, Middle Country, North Babylon, Copiague and Sachem East.
Huntington is led by head coach Shea Scully and assistant coach Chiara Maimone.
Huntington Booster Club Donations
The Huntington Booster Club donated $17,500 worth of goods and services to Huntington UFSD in March.
The donations include:
- Two field scorer’s platforms for use at the Blue Devil Stadium (turf field) and Blue Devil Field (grass field) sites. The items are valued at $10,280.
- Baseball pitching machine valued at $2,600.
- Indoor baseball pitching mound and turf valued at $1,196.
- Indoor training for boys’ lacrosse valued at $1,700.
- 48 backpacks for the high school girls’ lacrosse program valued at $1,763.
H-ton JV Baseball Looks to Belt Ball
The Huntington High School junior varsity baseball team consists of freshmen Adrian Angueria, Michael Araujo, Matthew Beasley, Robert Brown, John Chirico, Kevin Drake, Theodore Gress, Jeffrey Hernandez, Raymond Moreno, Andrew Schirripa and Dylan Schnitzer; and sophomores Michael Gerardi and Kyle Green.
Elian Pimentel Stars in Blue Devil Victory
Elian Pimentel was the star as the Huntington varsity baseball team rolled to a 13-1 victory over Amityville at home. The Blue Devils had 17 hits.
Pimentel went 3-for-4, just missing hitting for the cycle with a single, double and triple, three runs batted in and two runs scored. The teenager was also the winning pitcher, hurling six innings of two-hit ball, striking out eight and issuing only a pair of walks.
Kyle Colleluori went 3-for-5 with two doubles, three RBIs and three runs scored. Alex Bellissimo, Zach Gordon, Alex Gonzalez and Jaden Italiano all had two hits each, respectively. Gordon tripled in the game and drove in a run.
Kyle Colleluori’s Day to Shine
Kyle Colleluori fanned 10 batters and surrendered only three hits while pitching six brilliant innings to help lift the Huntington varsity baseball team over host Amityville, 15-1. Colleluori also had two hits, two runs batted in and two runs scored in the game. He even stole two bases.
Elian Pimentel went 3-for-4, driving in three runs and scoring three times. Chris Segreti collected two hits, including a double and three runs batted in. Zach Gordon banged out a double and drove in three runs.
Huntington Girls’ Lax Tops William Floyd, 11-2
After struggling through the first 11 minutes of the game, the Huntington girls’ lacrosse team went on a scoring parade to overwhelm visiting William Floyd on Wednesday afternoon at Blue Devil Stadium, 11-2.
William Floyd took the opening draw control and went on to control the ball in its half of the field for the first 11 minutes of the first half. When the Blue Devils finally managed to clear the ball, Abby Maichin launched a high, hard rocket of a shot that found the back of the cage to give Huntington a lead that it never surrendered.
Maichin (29 goals; seven assists) scored four times in the game to lead the Blue Devils. Huntington held a 3-0 halftime advantage and then went on an 8-2 second half run to lockdown the victory.
Jordan Forte scored two goals and added two assists. Katie Browne also scored twice. Marissa Stafford had a goal and an assist. Paige Lennon and Emily Plachta both also scored. Alyssa Sorensen had two assists.
Maya Santa-Maria made six saves in goal, many coming in that opening 11 minutes. Emily Cheshire came on in the second half to record a save.
Finley Girls’ Track Keeps Pace
The J. Taylor Finley Middle School girls’ track and field team is looking forward to a great spring season. The Blue Devils are coached by Mike Marinello and Carrie Postel.
The squad consists of seventh graders Kaylee Adams, Angie-Amador Martinez, Hevin Benitez-Huntley, Dianna Diaz-Portillo, Jayda Fils-Aime, Landry Flynn, Jazmyne Greene, Rebeca Guardado-Flores, Abigail Hopson, Chloe Hunt, Ariana James, Ariella Katigbak, Andrea Mani-Munoz, Jannel Marroquin, Tinia McGee, Aayana Morman, Neurdia Osias, Chelsea Romero, Hannah Song, Kaylee Splendorio, Elizabeth Stair, Mia Thompson and Giana White; and eighth graders Emely Cruz, Izabela Cuji, Megan Donaghy, Natalie Dunn, Briana Florvil, Lauren Gennarelli, Kendall Germain, Alexis Joseph, Tessie Maerz, Markella Markotsis, Ni’Tiera McGee, Renee McKean, Kathryn Meagher, Maryuri Nunez Gomez, Jillian Panos, Abigail Pawlak, Theresa Rivera and Melanya Saravia.
There are six meets scheduled with Bay Shore, Babylon, East Islip, West Islip Udall, East Northport and West Babylon.
Lennon & Maichin Score Two Goals Apiece
Smithtown East overwhelmed the Huntington girls’ lacrosse team in the first half of their recent game sending the Blue Devils into halftime facing an 11-1 deficit. The second half was much closer with the Bulls holding a 5-4 edge.
Paige Lennon and Abby Maichin scored two goals each, with Maichin’s fine one finding the back of the cage as time expired. Jordan Forte also scored in the game. Maichin, Alyssa Sorensen, Marina Durand and Marissa Stafford all tallied assists. Maya Santa-Maria made five saves in goal for Huntington.
Aidan Heller Wins 3200m Run
The Huntington boys’ track and field team outran visiting Riverhead 90-41. The victory kept the Blue Devils perfect in league competition. Aidan Heller won the 3,200m run and finished second in the mile to lead Huntington.
Nephar Durand Holds School Record
Nephar Durand is coming off a great winter season for the Huntington girls’ track and field team.
“Nephar is a great thrower,” head coach Mark Jackson said. “What she doesn’t say with words, she makes up for with her actions in the throwing circle. She is the school record holder in the weight throw. She still has one season (this spring) to go until we have to say goodbye. The way I think she is going to say it is by immortalizing herself in the Huntington record books.”
Winter Girls’ Track Wrap-up
Mark Jackson is pleased with how the winter season went for the Huntington girls’ track and field team.
“The program has made some amazing strides this year,” the head coach said. “They went from living in the shadows of the boys and have made a name for themselves. For the last few years, this has been my goal to get the girls to that level and this is the first bunch to really grasp hold of that dream. They are young and hungry for gold. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. They want more than that. They want records. The girls’ track team is so tightknit that I couldn’t separate them even if I tried. This team is making amazing strides and they won’t stop until they are number one.”
Keily Rivas Wins 1500m Race-Walk
Keily Rivas won the 1500m race-walk at the Suffolk Coaches Meet at Bay Shore. The Huntington senior completed the race in 7:08.76 besting the field of 20.
Rivas was All-County during the winter season. “Keily Rivas is a great athlete,” Huntington head coach Mark Jackson said. “She holds the 1500m race-walk record for our school. She was also the first All-American I have had as a coach. Keily is a special individual. One day she will say she is ‘not feeling’ the race-walk and the next day say ‘this is my event and I’m going to win.’”
CSH Tops Huntington Boys’ Lax
The Huntington varsity boys’ lacrosse team fell to local rival Cold Spring Harbor, 8-3. The Blue Devils trailed 3-1 at halftime and went on to be outscored in the second half, 5-2.
Robbie Smith, Luke Luckow and Jack Krisch scored goals for Huntington. Jordan McCoy had two assists. Goalie Aedan McDonald made eight saves.
Aedan McDonald Wins Steve Henry Award
Huntington junior Aedan McDonald is this year’s recipient of the Steve Henry Award presented annually by the Blue Devil football team. Formerly known as the 12th Man Award, it’s presented to a player “who demonstrates unselfish loyalty, individual leadership and the ability to overcome great adversity to play football,” head coach Steve Muller said.
McDonald is known for his “all-out” style of play and willingness to do whatever he’s asked to help the team win. Henry taught physical education at the high school for four decades and coached football and softball. “As a coach he taught all of his players to be loyal and honest,” Muller said. “Coach Henry is the most loyal person you will ever find here in Huntington.”
Blue Devils Can’t Keep Pace in Second Half
With the score knotted at 5-5 at halftime, the Huntington boys’ lacrosse team saw its hopes for an upset dashed as Sachem North went on to win the game, 12-7.
Robbie Smith’s three goals led the Blue Devils. Jack Krisch scored twice. Billy Burton and Jordan McCoy also tallied goals in the game. Pat Durand and Liam Hassett had two assists each. Aedan McDonald made two saves in goal.
Pitcher Kyle Colleluori Brilliant in Loss
Sophomore Kyle Colleluori was brilliant on the mound for the Huntington baseball team in a losing effort to Deer Park.
Colleluori carried a 1-0 lead into the final frame, but the Blue Devils faltered as Deer Park scored twice to take a 2-1 victory. Colleluori went seven innings, scattering five hits, striking out five and walking three. At the plate, he banged out a hit and also walked.
Rob Harrington, Zach Gordon and Aidan Bender all swatted doubles in the game. Gordon drove Bender in for Huntington’s lone run.
O’Beirne Gets First Varsity Mound Win
Palmer O’Beirne came on in relief of starter Elian Pimentel to notch his first career varsity pitching victory as the Blue Devils edged host Deer Park in eight innings, 2-1.
Pimentel went 6.2 innings, surrendering just three hits and three walks and striking out six. O’Beirne held Deer Park hitless in securing the final four outs.
Pimentel and Chris Segreti both went 1-for-3 with a run scored. Jonah Anastos collected two hits and drove in what proved to be the winning run. Zach Gordon had a hit and an RBI.