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Huntington High School senior Justin Stevens.

Justin Stevens Preps for Huge Year on Track

July 22, 2019
Luke Luckow (No. 10) captured All-County honors with the Blue Devils. (Darin Reed photo)

Pat Durand & Luke Luckow Pace Huntington Boys’ Lacrosse

July 19, 2019
Coach Jamie Fishlow believes Huntington can contend for a league title in 2020. (Darin Reed photo)

Blue Devil Boys’ Tennis Led by Underclassmen

July 17, 2019
Haley Mortell, Erika Varady and Keily Rivas earned winter track honors at the 51st Blue Devil Senior Athletic Awards Banquet

Blue Devil Girls’ Track Seniors Presented with Awards

July 8, 2019
Senior Anthony Martin with Huntington head wrestling coach Louis R. Giani (3)

Blue Devil Sports News

July 8, 2019
The Huntington junior varsity boys' tennis team with Blue Devil varsity coach Jamie Fishlow.

Paige Lennon Wins LI Metropolitan Lax Foundation Scholarship

June 27, 2019
The LI Metropolitan Lacrosse Foundation and the New York Lizards presented Huntington senior Paige Lennon with a scholarship award.

Blue Devil Boys’ JV Tennis Enjoys Winning Season

June 27, 2019
The Huntington varsity cew team was led by three talented seniors

Senior Trio Leads Blue Devil Crew Team

June 26, 2019
Kyle Colelluori takes his lead off first base. (Darin Reed photo.)

Blue Devil Baseball Enjoys Best Season Since 2005

June 25, 2019
Kyle Colelluori takes his lead off first base. (Darin Reed photo.)

Huntington Track Stars Win All-American Honors

June 18, 2019
Abby Maichen

Blue Devil Girls’ Lax Keeps Focus on Goals

June 17, 2019
Alexandra Gerbavsits was one of Huntington's top batters. (Darin Reed photo.)

Wickey and Gerbavsits Garner Post-Season Softball Honors

June 14, 2019
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Blue Devils Win State 4x400m Relay Championship

June 10, 2019
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Blue Devil Girls’ JV Lax Almost Perfect

June 5, 2019
Track Championships at Middletown

Blue Devils Advance to State Track Championships

June 3, 2019
Freshman Chris Maichin tallied 35 goals and 12 assists for Huntington.

Blue Devil Boys’ JV Lax Finishes Strong Season

May 30, 2019
Dozens of Huntington High School athletes were named NYSPHSAA Scholar-Athletes

Blue Devils Garner State Scholar-Athlete Awards

May 22, 2019
Huntington seniors and Blue Devil softball teammates Maya DelGiudice and Morgan Minicozzi.

DelGiudice and Minicozzi Celebrated on Senior Day

May 16, 2019
Huntington head coach Billy Harris has the Blue Devils playing their best ball since 2005. (Darin Reed photo.)

Blue Devils Enjoying Best Season in 14 Years

May 13, 2019
Huntington freshman Robbie Smith is the leading Blue Devil scorer. (Darin Reed photo.)

Blue Devil Sports Flash

May 13, 2019
Pat Durand has been Huntington's top playmaker. (Darin Reed photo)

Blue Devil Lax Teams Push Toward Playoffs

May 8, 2019
Abby Maichin (in white) is typically double or even triple teamed but still has 35 goals and 16 assists this spring. (Darin Reed photo.)

Blue Devil Girls’ Lax on Playoff Drive

May 6, 2019
Lacrosse coach Julian Watts talks to the team

Blue Devil Sports Flash

May 6, 2019
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Blue Devil Sports Flash

April 29, 2019
Huntington junior Abby Maichin weaves through the defense. (Darin Reed photo.)

Blue Devil Sports Flash

April 16, 2019
Robbie Smith scored four goals for Huntington. (Erik Krisch photo.)

Smith’s Four Goals Lift Huntington over Hills West

April 15, 2019
The Blue Devils honored Maire Brown, Alyssa Sorensen and Paige Lennon on Senior Day.

Blue Devil Girls’ Lax Wins on Senior Day

April 15, 2019
Huntington junior Abby Maichin had three goals and two assists against Hills East. (Darin Reed photo.)

Blue Devil Sports News

April 8, 2019
Huntington High School is fielding strong boys' and girls' JV lacrosse teams this spring

Blue Devils Topple Smithtown West in Close Meet

April 8, 2019
Huntington High School is fielding strong boys' and girls' JV lacrosse teams this spring

Huntington JV Lacrosse Teams Look Strong

March 27, 2019
Robbie Smith

Blue Devil Boys’ Lax Opens Season with 17-1 Win

March 22, 2019
The Huntington boys' tennis team has high hopes this spring. (Darin Reed photo.)

Blue Devil Tennis Preps Despite Brisk Temperatures

March 21, 2019
The Huntington softball team is looking for a turnaround this spring. (Darin Reed photo.)

Blue Devil Softball Poised for Turnaround Season

March 20, 2019
Maya Santa-Maria

Huntington Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse Optimistic

March 19, 2019
A fundraiser will be held on Thursday, March 21 at Repeal XVIII for the Huntington boys' and girls' track and field programs.

Blue Devil Track Fundraiser on Thursday, March 21

March 13, 2019
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Blue Devil Lax Fundraiser on Sunday, March 9

February 28, 2019
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Blue Devil Baseball is Optimistic as Season Nears

February 27, 2019
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H-ton Softball Invites New Players to Join the Fun

February 26, 2019
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Blue Devil Spring Coaching Staff Set

February 11, 2019
Huntington Class of 2015 member Joe Saginaw was a great pole vaulter with the Blue Devils. (Darin Reed photo)

Blue Devils Look for Pole Vaulters

February 6, 2019
Huntington is holding a free softball clinic on Saturday, Feb. 9 for girls in grades 4-12.

Free Softball Clinic at Huntington High School on Feb. 9

January 31, 2019
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Free Softball Clinic for Huntington Girls in Grades 5-8

January 24, 2019
Beth Vogelsang

H-ton Girls’ Lax Staff Takes Shape

December 18, 2018
Jonathan Smith

Senior Jonathan Smith Runs for a College Scholarship

September 6, 2018
Alex LaBella captured the 2018 Boys' Lax Founders Award

Alex LaBella Captures Boys’ Lax Founder’s Award

August 31, 2018
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Jack Flores Leads Blue Devil Boys’ Tennis

August 15, 2018
Elian Pimentel is heading into his senior year at Huntington. (Darin Reed photo )

Blue Devil Baseball Looks Toward Future

August 1, 2018
Nasir Youngblood (center) sprints to the finish line. (Mike Connell photo.)

Blue Devil Boys’ Track Looks Strong for 2019

July 30, 2018
The Huntington JV baseball team featured many talented young players.

Blue Devil JV Baseball Looks Ahead

July 30, 2018
Sophomore Cole Pillion makes his move for Huntington.

Future Appears Bright for Blue Devil Boys’ Lax

July 23, 2018
Huntington Class of 2018 member Clayton Jamison.

Clay Jamison Wins Fulton Memorial Scholarship

July 20, 2018
Tyler Gerbavsits and Bella Annunziata captured the 2018 Kleet Lumber Scholarship Award

Gerbavsits & Annunziata Win Kleet Scholar Awards

July 18, 2018
Cuppernull Courts is the home arena for the Huntington tennis program.

Blue Devil Boys’ JV Tennis Enjoys Solid Season

July 16, 2018
Anna Wickey is one of the best softball players in Suffolk. (Darin Reed photo.)

Anna Wickey Captures All-Division Softball Honors

July 9, 2018
Huntington's JV boys' lacrosse team compiled a 13-3 record. (Darin Reed photo.)

Blue Devils’ JV Boys’ Lax Finishes at 13-3

July 9, 2018
Huntington's JV girls' lacrosse team compiled a 12-2 record. (Darin Reed photo.)

Every Player Counts for Blue Devil Girls’ JV Lax

July 2, 2018
All-County seniors Emma Greenhill and Catie Ricciardelli.

Huntington Girls’ Lacrosse Wins Post-Season Honors

June 25, 2018
Nicole Abbondandelo

Nicole Abbondandelo Places 10th at National Championships

June 21, 2018
David Caplin Scholarship winners

McKenzie & Drake Capture Caplin Memorial Scholarships

June 19, 2018
Bella Annunziata

Isabella Annunziata Wins Team Piccola Scholarship

June 18, 2018
Colby Martin in action for Huntington lacrosse. (Darin Reed photo)

Colby Martin Claims Fred Cambria Award

June 14, 2018
Peter Steen Award winner

Greenhill & Gerbavsits Win Ray Deren Scholarship

June 8, 2018
Peter Steen Award winner

Nicole Leslie Captures the Peter Steen Scholarship

June 5, 2018
William Class Award

Samuel Bergman Captures William Class Scholarship

June 4, 2018
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Blue Devil Athletes Capture Suffolk Gold Keys

June 1, 2018

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Huntington Spring Sports

Through the years, the Huntington interscholastic athletics program has played an important role in the lives of students and community members. An integral part of the Department of Physical Education, organized athletics in the Huntington School District date back more than one hundred years. Since the inception of sports teams here, Blue Devil competitors have won every possible honor bestowed on high school athletes.

Students who choose to participate will learn lessons in the value of hard work, teamwork, personal sacrifice and commitment, time management, respect for authority and rules, as well as how to lead and follow. A myriad of sports are offered during fall, winter and spring seasons. Students can choose to compete on one team each season. Parents of athletes, alumni, and community members who want to support and become involved in the athletic program have an opportunity to join the Huntington Booster Club. This organization sponsors many activities and promotes and enhances the operation of the athletic program.

Schedules for all teams and directions to away contests are available from the athletic office or by logging onto the Section XI website at

Coaches are also available to discuss any aspect of their specific program with prospective athletes and/or parents. For further information, including tryout dates and sports offered by season, please call the athletic office at 631-673-2018.

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Georgia Deren McCarthy

Georgia D. McCarthy has been Huntington’s district director of health, physical education and athletics since 2002. She began her career in the district in 1992 as a physical education teacher at Flower Hill and later worked at Huntington Intermediate and the high school.

A member of Huntington High School’s Class of 1982, Ms. McCarthy was an outstanding athlete and earned a full NCAA Division I basketball scholarship to James Madison University, graduating in 1986 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications.

Ms. McCarthy was employed by ABC Television in Virginia, handling sports logging and writing duties and later held a similar position with NBC in New York before ultimately deciding to pursue a career in education.

Adelphi University awarded Ms. McCarthy a master’s degree in physical education in 1990. Her first teaching job was at Friends Academy in Locust Valley, where she also coached varsity girls’ basketball and soccer and junior varsity softball.

At Huntington, Ms. McCarthy coached the Blue Devil JV girls’ basketball team for five seasons and won four Coach of the Year Awards. She also coached the boys’ JV team, volunteered with the boys’ varsity squad, served as JV softball coach and coached boys’ varsity volleyball. She has been active on the college level, too, first as Adelphi’s head women’s tennis coach and then as a graduate assistant in the women’s basketball program.

After teaching for 12 years, Ms. McCarthy earned her state administrative certification through Dowling College in 2002. In addition to her other duties, she is Huntington’s coordinator of driver education and chairperson of the district’s Comprehensive Health Advisory Council.

Ms. McCarthy takes pride in personally knowing almost all of the students participating in the district’s athletic program. She is a frequent visitor to Huntington’s gyms and fields and is a constant presence at meets and games.

Section XI’s female Athletic Council representative for Conference II, Ms. McCarthy also serves as the Conference II vice president. She is Section XI’s representative on the New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s modified (middle school/junior high school) committee.

A member of Section XI’s official’s negotiations, finance, sportsmanship and eligibility committees, Ms. McCarthy is also a President’s Committee member. She is the Suffolk County Athletic Directors’ Association vice president.

A love for sports led Ms. McCarthy to develop a summer lacrosse and basketball camp, which she directed for nine years and which grew to become one of the premier programs in the northeast. She was an AAU basketball coach for many years.

Ms. McCarthy’s father, Ray Deren once held the same position in Huntington that she now does and she regularly credits him for a lengthy list of innovations and accomplishments on behalf of the physical education and athletic programs, as well as for her own success. She started an annual scholarship in his name and presents it each year at the Blue Devil senior athletic awards dinner.

Nominated for Suffolk County Athletic Director of the Year in 2018, Ms. McCarthy has two sons who are Huntington High School graduates; John, a graduate of James Madison University and Kenny, a JMU senior. 

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  1. To be eligible for participation, a student must have passed a physical examination for the activity he/she wishes to participate in. Physical examination reports completed by private physicians must be submitted to the school nurse for approval. SPORT PHYSICALS ARE VALID FOR ONE (1) YEAR FROM DATE OF EXAMINATION. The district reserves the right to require a physical examination by the school physician.
  2. All students must submit a health history form in order to be re- qualified by the school nurse prior to each season.
  3. Anystudentwhosustainsaninjuryduringpracticeorgame must report it immediately to their coach, athletic trainer and the school nurse.
  4. Any student whose safe participation is in question as a result of the health history interview, an injury, or prolonged absence (5 days) must obtain a medical release from a physician and bring it to the school nurse prior to continued participation in the sport.
  1. To be eligible for interscholastic athletics, a student must be taking at least four subjects including physical education, and be in regular attendance 80 percent of the school time.
  2. To be eligible for an athletic contest or practice, you must be in school a minimum of six (6) periods for that school day. If you must miss any part of the school day, a note from your parent/guardian is required. This note must be presented to the Athletic Director. Only legal excuses/absences are acceptable.
  3. Students are expected to be in all scheduled classes. If you are reported cutting, this information will be given to the Athletic Director and your coach will consult with you. Repeated cutting may result in temporary or permanent suspension from the team.
  4. Attendance at all practices and games is mandatory. It is the athlete's responsibility to notify the coach in the event it becomes absolutely necessary to miss a practice or game. This should be a rare occurrence and if you are unable to contact your coach, you must contact the Athletic Office at 673-2018.
  5. If an athlete leaves the team prior to the completion of the season, post-season recognition, awards, and credit may be forfeited. The season consists of the regularly scheduled competitions as well as any playoff or post-season competitions the team or individual has qualified for.
  6. Athletes serving In-School Suspension (ISS) or Out-of-School Suspension (OSS) are not permitted to practice or participate in games/scrimmages.

All students are expected to pass all subjects. Passing physical education is a requirement for participation in interscholastic sports. Failure to maintain a passing average in all other subjects may result in being placed on probation from the activity, until improvement is displayed, as judged by the Athletic Director. Students on probation will be required to attend study sessions to concentrate on the subject failed. Participation may or may not continue during the probation. Continued academic failure may result in being suspended from the activity.

As an athlete, you are responsible for the care and the return of all athletic equipment that is issued to you. Any equipment that you do not return must be paid for. Failure to return or pay for equipment issued to you will result in your not being permitted to try out for the next sport season. In addition, if you have in your possession any athletic equipment that has not been issued to you, it could result in the immediate suspension from the team you are participating on. Such items should be turned into the Athletic Office immediately. These rules will be enforced to protect the community’s investment in the athletic program.

No athletic equipment is to be worn without the consent of the coach. Athletic uniforms are NOT to be worn during physical education class. If the student-athlete fails to return or pay for uniforms at the end of a season, he/she may not be eligible to try out for the next sport season.

The school district is not responsible for personal property. It is recommended that all valuables be left at home. Students must provide their own lock to store items in team locker rooms.

The district requires that a Transportation Release Form be completed, signed by a parent/guardian and returned to the athletic office at least 24 hours prior to the contest each time the release of a student-athlete is sought from the return transportation provided by the district.

  1. Sportsmanship:
  2. It is important for athletes to remember that participation is a privilege that is not to be abused by unsportsmanlike conduct. The District athlete is to demonstrate self-control and respect for other students, teammates, other athletes, officials, and spectators at all times. District athletes are expected to treat opponents with respect before, during and after competitions. Congratulations, shaking hands and other acts of good sportsmanship are expected.

    Students are expected to display good citizenship during the school day, on the athletic field, and in the community. You are representing the school district, so you are expected to act accordingly. Behavior that is less than acceptable will lead to temporary or permanent suspension from the team.

    SPORTSMANSHIP CODE: The athlete must understand and comply with the following code:
    1. Follow the proper ideals of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and fair play.
    2. Eliminate all possibilities which tend to destroy the best values of the game.
    3. Stress values derived from playing a game fairly.
    4. Show cordiality and courtesy to visiting teams and officials.
    5. Establish positive relations with visiting teams and hosts.
    6. Respect the integrity and judgment of game officials.
    7. Follow the Section XI, NYSPHSAA and the High School rules of eligibility.
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    9. Encourage leadership, use of initiative and good judgment by teammates.
    10. Recognize that the purpose of athletics is to promote the physical, moral, social and emotional well being of the individual player.
    11. Remember that an athletic contest is ONLY A GAME, not a matter of life or death, for any athlete, coach, school, spectator or community.
  3. Student Code of Conduct:
  4. All student athletes must comply with the District’s Code of Conduct in addition to the Athlete’s Code of Conduct.

Hazing, defined as any activity directed against another for the purpose of initiation into any school district sponsored activity, organization, club or team, is a form of harassment whether it is physical or verbal. It is prohibited and should not be condoned by a victim, coach, staff, school administration, fellow students and especially team members. Any student found to have committed an act of harassment against any student in the District, including team members, will be faced with disciplinary action which may include suspension from their athletic team and suspension from school. Team members are fully expected to notify a coach and other school officials if any such behavior is observed.

An athlete may not use or be in possession of alcohol, tobacco or illegal substances such as illicit drugs or steroids at any time. An athlete may not use prescription drugs that have been prescribed for another person. Any student found to use alcohol, tobacco, or any illegal drug on or off school property at any time, including weekends, during the sport season will be suspended from participating in that sport. You have a commitment to your team not only during and after school, but also in the evening and on weekends. If a student-athlete discloses and informs a coach or other school official about his/her substance abuse problem, suspension may be waived if the athlete is willing to take active steps to remedy the problem.

Foul language and insulting remarks are not permissible. Students will not be permitted to fight or strike teammates and opponents unless in the context of a contact sport where such physical conduct is required or permitted. Athletes are expected to obey a coach’s directions. Disobedience, unwarranted comments, and other insubordinate behavior may interfere with the coach’s ability to conduct a practice and may distract from the time a coach should spend for the purpose of the team. Athletes are expected to communicate with coaches before or after practice to avoid distracting team practices and team goals. Athletes are expected to follow the rules and protocol of their sport and should not intentionally violate the rules of the sport that they are playing during practice or competition.

As a representative of the Department of Athletics and the Huntington Union Free School District, you are always in the public eye. Please keep the following in mind as you participate on social networking web sites:

  • Understand that anything posted online is available to anyone in the world. Any text or photo placed online is out of your control the moment it is placed online—even if you limit access to your site.
  • You should not post any information, photos, or other items online that could embarrass you, your family, your team, the Department of Athletics, or the Huntington Union Free School District. This includes information, photos and items that may be posted by others on your site.
  • Behavioral expectations in the online world are the same as in the real world. Student-athletes could face discipline or sanctions for conduct committed or evident online that violates this code in the Student Code of Conduct.

Spectators are an important aspect of the District’s Athletic program and enhance the accomplishments of the individual athletes. Spectators are expected to conform to the accepted standards of sportsmanship and may never distract from the accomplishments of the District’s athletes. Spectators are capable of creating a negative impression of the District’s athletic program and embarrassing District athletes. The following rules of conduct must be followed by all spectators:

  1. Respect officials, visiting coaches, visiting players, visiting cheerleaders and visiting spectators. Treat all visitors as guests to our community and extend all courtesies to our visitors.
  2. Booing, whistling, stamping of feet, disrespectful remarks and obscene gestures must be avoided and will not be tolerated.
  3. Bells, horns or other noise devices will not be allowed during contests.
  4. All spectators must refrain from making derogatory comments toward any District player, coach or spectator.
  5. Absolutely no comment of a personal nature may be made toward a player, coach or official.

These rules and regulations will be enforced. They have been devised to help maintain the integrity of the athletic program here in Huntington and to help each and every student athlete have a safe, successful and enjoyable athletic experience.


Beginning in the seventh grade, in order to remain eligible to participate in co-curricular activities, a student who fails two or more subjects on the informals, quarterly grade reports and/or June final grades shall be required to attend extra help before, during or after the school day. Extra help is defined as attending a set number of minutes per week per subject of tutorial assistance. A teacher certified in the required subject area must administer extra help. If no such teacher can be scheduled, the building administration will arrange for alternative tutoring. Extra help shall continue until the student is failing less than two courses. A student failing physical education, even if it is the only course failed, shall not participate in extracurricular sports.

Students, teachers, advisors and coaches will be notified in writing of the failures. Upon notification, tutorial support will be put in place for the students as will the use of daily/weekly student progress reports. The written student notification will state the effective date of ineligibility. The student has the opportunity to appeal before the Eligibility Committee. Such a committee will be selected from administrators, counselors, teachers, advisors, coaches, and will closely review student progress to determine terms of eligibility or ineligibility for each student reviewed.

A school-sponsored student organization has the right to establish criteria for membership provided such criteria are relevant to the purpose and activities of that group.

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Boys' Baseball

League Champs


Girls' Softball

League Champs


Boys' Lacrosse

League Champs


Girls' Lacrosse

League Champs


Boys' Tennis

League Champs


Girls' Track & Field

League Champs


Boys' Track & Field

League Champs


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Last Name First Position Email
Harris Billy Head, Varsity Baseball 631-673-2018
Cappas Robert Asst., Varsity Baseball 631-673-2018
Vega Frank Head, JV Baseball 631-673-2018
Selle Giehl Anika Head, Crew 631-673-2018
Dunn Sean Asst. Crew 631-673-2018
Watts  Julian Head, Varsity Lacrosse Boys' 631-673-2018
Reilly Patriack Asst., Varsity Lacrosse Boys' 631-673-2018
Gutierrez Andy Asst., Varsity Lacrosse Boys' 631-673-2018
Troffa Anthony Head, JV Lacrosse Boys' 631-673-2018
Witt Timothy Asst., JV Lacrosse Boys' 631-673-2018
Gilroy Kim Head, Varsity Lacrosse Girls' 631-673-2018
Vogelsang Beth Head, Varsity Lacrosse Girls' 631-673-2018
Tannazzo Vincent Asst., JV Lacrosse Girls' 631-673-2018
Clementi Carli Asst, Varsity Lacrosse Girls' 631-673-2018
Scully Shea Head, JV Lacrosse Girls' 631-673-2018
Maimone Chiara Asst., JV Lacrosse Girls' 631-673-2018
Walsh John Head, Varsity Softball 631-673-2018
Byrnes James Asst., Varsity Softball 631-673-2018
Fishlow Jamie Head, Varsity Tennis Boys' 631-673-2018
Gilmor III Robert Head, JV Tennis Boys' 631-673-2018
Wilson Ronald Head, Varsity Track Boys' 631-673-2018
Acosta Eli Asst, Varsity Track Boys' 631-673-2018
Jackson Mark Head, Varsity Track Girls' 631-673-2018
Santos Eric Asst., Varsity Track Girls' 631-673-2018

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Boys' Varsity Lacrosse vs. Sachem East

May, 2019. Credits: Darin Reed

70 Photos


Boys' Varsity Baseball vs. Comsewogue

May, 2019. Credits: Darin Reed

86 Photos


Boys' Varsity Lacrosse vs. Northport

May, 2019. Credits: Darin Reed

93 Photos


Boys' Varsity Lacrosse vs. CSH

April, 2019. Credits: Darin Reed

96 Photos


Boys' Varsity Tennis vs. John Glenn

April, 2019. Credits: Darin Reed

41 Photos


Boys' Varsity Lacrosse vs. Ward Melville and Brentwood

April, 2019. Credits: Erik Krisch

29 Photos


Boys' Tack and Field vs Smithtown West

April 3, 2019. Credits: Darin Reed

41 Photos


Girls' Varsity Softball vs. North Babylon

March 29, 2019. Credits: Darin Reed

62 Photos


Varsity Baseball vs. Copiague

March 29, 2019. Credits: Darin Reed

30 Photos


Girls' Track and Field vs. Northport

March, 2019. Credits: Darin Reed

56 Photos


Girls' Varsity Lacrosse vs. Farmingdale

March, 2019. Credits: Darin Reed

84 Photos

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HHS Spring Sports Program

188 Oakwood Rd Huntington, NY 11743

Grades: 9-12

Mascot: Blue Devils

Facilities: Louis D. Giani Gymnasium

Blue Devil Stadium

Ron Cuppernel Tennis Center

Director: Georgia Deren McCarthy

Ath Secretary: Sarah Meehan

Ath Secretary: Rosemary Fleming

1-631-673-2017 Athletic Director

1-631-673-2018 Athletic Office

1-631 425-4725 FAX

School Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 2:20 p.m.