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Office of Athletics, Health & Physical Education

Home of the "Clippers"

Mr. Robert McIntyre, Director


Welcome to the Athletic Department of the South Country Central School District, home to the Bellport Clippers.

We have an outstanding athletic program, which includes a number of championship teams.  Our nationally recognized Bellport Varsity Football Team won the Long Island Championship for the 6th time in 2010.  During that same season our Girls Volleyball Team won the Suffolk County Championship. The Varsity Boys Track 4 x 800 Relay Team won the Suffolk County Championship, the New York Relays and the Melrose games the past two years, and in 2012 the team won a league title.  Ninety percent of our varsity teams receive the New York State Scholar Team Award on an annual basis.  We are proud of our accomplishments and invite you to take a moment to explore our website.

For more information about our programs, please feel free to call my office at (631)730-1597 or email me at


Fall High School Sports Start Dates:
JV and Varsity Football - August 13th
JV and Varsity Soccer, Cross Country, Boys' Golf,
Girls' Tennis, Volleyball and Cheerleading - August 20th
All teams will meet at 8:00 am unless directed otherwise by their coach. Volleyball will meet in the girls' gymnasium and all other teams will meet in the boys' gymnasium.


Fall JV and Varsity Sports First Day Schedule Monday August 20th
Boys' Golf - 9:00 am, Outside the Boys Gym Lobby
Girls' Volleyball - 8:00 am, Girls' Gymnasium
Girls' Tennis - 8:00 am, Tennis Courts
Girls' Soccer - 8:00 am, Turf Field
Boys' Soccer - 8:00 am, Turf Field
Girls' Cross Country - 8:00 am, Boys Gym Lobby
Boys' Cross Country - 8:00 am, Boys Gym Lobby
Cheerleading - 8:00 am, Boys Gymnasium


In The News

Bellport football takes convincing victory

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 9/20/18)

After a war between West Islip and Bellport last week ended in a close loss, the Bellport Clippers got back on track, blowing out Smithtown East 48-7.

In last week’s showdown between the Lions and the Clippers, a rematch of the 2016 playoffs, the Lions outdueled the Clippers 29-28 in a game that went down to the wire. Before heading to the road, Bellport had one more game against Smithtown  East, who defeated Copiague 42-13 in their first week of the 2018-19 season.

In the opening possession, Ka’Shaun Parrish threw a 40-yard ball to DJ Trent, which looked to be caught by him, as he had the ball in his hands when the play ended, but the referees ruled an interception.  Smithtown East capitalized off of this, scoring a touchdown and leading 7-0, but from there on, the home team brought out its artillery.

After the kickoff, Parrish threw a 75-yard pass to Myles Wilson in the first play of the drive for a touchdown and Bellport trailed by one. In the second quarter, the Clippers scored 29 unanswered points. A factor that started this was Wilson blocking a punt inside the red zone with 11:38 remaining. Parrish then threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Pizzo, who ran for two extra points. Four minutes later, Trent found space and ran for 40 yards all the way to the end zone. Christian Moreno was in charge of adding the extra point.

With five minutes remaining, Wilson blocked the punt from the Bulls as Kyler Pizzo recovered the ball and ran for 44 yards all the way into the end zone and Moreno added the extra point. With a minute left in the half, Bellport got the ball back and reached the red zone, where Parrish rushed for six yards for a  touchdown. Moreno added his third extra point of the afternoon.

The defense for the Clippers kept holding it down, refusing to let the visiting team convert on fourth down and on third downs, forcing them to punt or give the ball up. In the fourth quarter with a little under 10 minutes remaining, the Clippers were a threat as Jhamari Bell rushed for six yards into the end zone as Moreno added the extra point. The Clippers weren’t done, as Shaun Bolton rushed 60 yards to add six more to the board.

“We knew the game wasn’t going to be easy, but we battled back after facing adversity and came together and got the job done,” said Wilson. “We started clicking on offense and defense and we were happy with the result.” 

Bellport (1-1) will now hit the road for the next two weeks, where they will face Centereach (1-1) and Smithtown West (2-0). 

“We have to work hard all week; we need to key in on the little things. Most importantly, we have to be disciplined and focus on the little things,” added Trent.

(Courtesy of The Long Island Advance 9/20/18)

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Two victories for Bellport soccer

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 9/13/18)

After reaching the playoffs for the first time in nine years, the Bellport soccer team is looking forward to keeping in that direction this season by winning League III. It won’t be an easy task for the Clippers, as they have Newfield, Smithtown East, North Babylon and Huntington in their division. They also have Deer Park and West Islip, who they defeated in their senior game last year to make playoffs and break the nine-year drought. The team is counting on their senior captains Steven Williamson, Samuel Hampson, Justin Barbecho, Jonathan Ulloa and Gerson Granados. Their first game on Sept. 1 was against Huntington, ranked No. 6 in the county last year. The Clippers got the start they wanted, dominating on their half for the initial 15 minutes, playing with through passes and had two shots on target. After 19 minutes, Josiah Igwe got a chance to break the tie and he converted. From there on, there was an aggression-style of football from the away team, but it was 1-0 headed to the break. After the break, the game changed; three minutes in, Huntington made it 1-1 with an effort inside the box. With little less than a half-hour remaining, Huntington found the space they needed to get a breakaway, and after they got inside the box they wouldn’t miss. Five minutes later Bellport had their chance to tie through Leo Argueta, but was denied by the goalkeeper. In the ending minutes, there was a controversy on a cross to the box. The ball ended up in the back of the net for the Clippers to make it 2-2, but the referee called it back and said he didn’t see it. Coaches on the Bellport side claimed the goalie grabbed it from inside the net, but the game rolled on and the Blue Devils took the victory. “After a good season last year, the boys and I want to improve. We have a great team this year and could do big things if we stay mentally strong and have each other’s backs.” said Ulloa. The next game on Sept. 4 was against Centereach, who tied in their first game of the season against Comsewogue. The Clippers managed to defeat the Cougars 3-1. Throughout the game they passed the ball from side to side, looking for through balls and striking first. Igwe scored his second goal and put his team up 1-0 after 15 minutes. Centereach looked for a counter attack, but Barbecho pressed the man at midfield and intercepted it; he then gave a through ball to Argueta to make it 2-0. With five minutes left in the half, there was a foul inside the box and Centereach cut the lead to 2-1 with a penalty from Eric Beukelaer. In the second half, Bellport continued to have possession of the ball and there was a foul inside the box with 15 minutes remaining, and Maicon Contreras converted from the spot. “We need to have the same mentality to win and become better as a team,” said Barbecho. Heading back home on Sept. 6, the Clippers wanted to make it two straight wins and soon took their first win in front of their fans against Comsewogue, with a convincing 3-0 result. Ten minutes in, a cross from Barbecho at the 40-yard line went in the box, where Cruz converted to make it 1-0. Then Troy Zarba took a free kick and Contreras finished it for his second goal in three games. In the second half, the Clippers maintained the lead and increased it when Cruz got a brace off a Williamson assist. But with four games in five days, the fatigue caught up to the Clippers and they were defeated 7-2 by North Babylon on Sept. 8. Contreras scored his third goal of the year, a penalty, and Igwe did as well. “We have a super-talented team and when we’re playing in form no one can beat us. We just have to stay focused and remain as one,” added Hampson. Bellport (2-2) will now face Newfield (3-0) next Monday at 4 p.m. at Bellport High School. 

(Courtesy of The Long Island Advance 9/13/18)

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Bellport Goes to Farmingdale

Way to go Bellport!  Our Varsity Basketball Team is headed to the semi-finals at Farmingdale State College this weekend!  Read more in The Long Island Advance 2/22/18.

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Post-Season Honors

Congratulations to the following winter athletes for achieving post season honors:
All League Wrestlers -
195 - Shakeese Byrd – Champion (All – County)
220 - Ben Greene - Champion
106 -  Phil Trowbridge - 2nd
132 - Garrett Kusa - 2nd
145 - Charlie Rose - 2nd
182 - D'Andre Russell - 2nd
120 - Robert Belcher - 3rd
138 - James Highsmith
160 - Josh Leidig  - 3rd
170 - Randall Ulloa - 3rd
152 - Domenick Nazzaro
132 - Jake Mulle - 4th
285 - Carlos Maldonado - 4th
Kyler Pizzo – All County Winter Track 55 meter hurdles


Bellport High School Star Athletes 

Five Bellport High School Athletes were recently recognized by the South Country Central School District Board of Education for their outstanding athletic achievements. Athletic Director Robert McIntyre introduced the athletes.  “All [athletes are] recognized tonight as All County or better honors for the fall season which puts them in an elite group of athletes on Long Island in Suffolk County and New York State,” McIntyre said. The following athletes were honored:

Gerson Granados-Bonilla – All County Boys’ Soccer
Cole Cipp – All County and All State Football
DJ Trent – All State Football
Ryan Baumann – All County Football
Jarell White – 1,000 points scored – Boys’ Basketball
The young men are not only star athletes, but they are also great role models. Congratulations to all! 

Pictured (left to right) are:  Superintendent Dr. Joseph Giani, Coach Peter Grossi, Greyson Granados-Bonilla, DJ Trent, Jarell White, Ryan Baumann, Cole Cipp, Coach Joe Cipp, III, Board of Education President Cheryl A. Felice and Athletic Director Robert McIntyre


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Bellport Clippers Co-league Champs

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 2/15/18)

The Bellport Varsity Basketball Team took their first regular-season loss this past Saturday against Deer Park.  Despite the loss, the Clippers became co-league champions with the Falcons.

This game was painted to be the best game of the whole season, for both teams.  In their first meeting at Randy Smith basketball court, Bellport obtained a 73-58 victory.  The atmosphere demonstrated by the fans and the style of play form the home team were key to that victory.

It was a game of runs. In the fourth, Bellport went a 13-0 run and Deer Park responded with a 10-0 run of their own.  With under 10 seconds remaining, Jarell White grabbed an offensive board and put the ball in the back of the net to make it a 56-56 game.  In overtime, Bellport went on a 17-0 run to secure the victory.

But this time around, Deer Park seeked revenge; people from teams around Suffolk County did not want to miss it and were in attendance.  The Falcons took a 71-56 victory.

From the opening tip, Deer Park wanted to show who they were at home.  Bellport’s center Kavon Brown suffered an injury in the opening minutes and would not return to the game.  Deer Park took advantage of this and jumped to a 21-7 lead after the first quarter, which ended up being the difference at the end of the game.  Malik Edmead of the Falcons had 26 points, knocking down three 3-pointers and having five assists.  Josh Pismeny had 16 points and 15 boards and Keshaun Jones had 10 points and 14 boards.

For Clippers, Jarell White had 21 points and 11 boards, Kyleim Robinson had 11 points, five rebounds and five assists.  Devon Balfour had nine points, while TeAndre Rountree had six points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals.

Still, Bellport obtained a league championship along with Deer Park, marking the first time the Clippers have been champions since the 2008-09 season.  They finished with an 18-1 record.  They averaged a total of 78 points per game and allowed 59 points per game.

Jarell White finished the regular season averaging 25.1 points per game, connecting on 190 field goals, to add to that, he also had 17 double-doubles.  Kyleim Robinson finished the regular season in double figures in 18 of 19 games; one game he did not play due to sickness.  He had four games where he scored 20-plus points and one game where he scored 32.  He made 98 field goals and 28 3-pointers.  TeAndre Rountree had 12 games where he had double figures, and also totaled 120 assists.  Jaylen Trent had seven games in double figures and made 43 field goals.  Kavon Brown had six double-doubles.

Bellport’s next game will be Saturday, Feb. 17 at Bellport High School against North Babylon at noon.

(Courtesy of The Long Island Advance 2/15/18)

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Clippers Remain Undefeated for 17 Games

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 2/8/18)

Another week, another group put the Clippers to the test.  This time, there were three teams – Roosevelt Educational Campus, West Babylon and Hills West – none of which could defeat Bellport.

Bellport began their week traveling to Nassau Coliseum, where they faced Roosevelt, a 14-2 team ranked 10th in Class A.  It wasn’t going to be easy, but the Clippers made it out alive with a 57-53 victory.  With less than a minute remaining, Kyleim Robinson hit a jumper to have a two-point lead.  With 30 seconds remaining, Teandre Rountree hit two free throws that iced the game.  Robinson finished the game with 19 points, Jarell White had 14 points and 10 rebounds.  Rountree had five dimes to add, along his 12 points.  Karl Charles and Jaylen Trent had four points each, while Carter Vandiekieft and Kavon Brown had two points each, with Brown also having four rebounds.

Next, Bellport visited West Babylon.  The first game at Bellport High School resulted in a 34 point victory, where there were five players from the Clippers that had double figures.  This time around, Bellport displayed their artillery once more, defeating the Eagles 91-54. Bellport outscored the home team 48-21 in the first half en route to their 37-point victory.  White had 24 points and 17 rebounds, Robinson had 19 points and five assists.  Brown had 13 points and seven rebounds, Rountree had nine points and five assists.  Vandiekieft and Trent each had six points, while Andrew Veit and Charles each had four points.  Lastly, Devon Balfour and Kyle Climan accounted for six points combined.

Last up was Hills West, who came to visit for the annual Bellport Senior game, which became a game to remember.

During the first game hosted at Hills West, both teams looked equivalent.  It came down to the final minute.  Bellport was down one with 35 seconds remaining, but a putback from White and a layup from Robinson sealed that game, with them accounting for 57 of the 79 total points.

This time around, from the opening tip the Clippers decided to change their style.  Instead of being patient, they pushed the pace and unloaded their artillery.  In the opening quarter they outscored the Colts 23-7.  The crowd played a huge factor, and Hills West seemed nervous, not taking care of the ball, and Bellport took advantage of that, forcing five turnovers.  In the second quarter, the Clippers didn’t want to give their opponent any chance at a comeback and they applied the same formula, playing well on both ends of the ball and not giving Hills West any chance at a breather.  They went into the locker room with a 40-19 lead.

In the second half Bellport outscored Hills West by 10 points, leading to their 31-point triumph.  Seniors Rountree, Brown, Robinson and Charles accounted for 51 of the Clippers’ points. Rountree and Brown also had a double-double with 10 assists and 17 rebounds, respectively.  White had 12 points, five rebounds and eight assists.  Trent had 13.  Climan, Balfour and Vandiekieft combined for six points and 10 rebounds.

“Me and my brothers had to stay focused – we deserved this win,” said Brown after the game.

“We had to keep our head up, we came in together and we had a chance to win this league,” added White.

As of print, Bellport (17-0) faced West Islip this past Tuesday, and will face Deer Park (16-2) at their home court Saturday at noon.  With a victory, Bellport could become the undefeated League IV champions.

(Courtesy of The Long Island Advance 2/8/18)

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14 Straight Wins for Bellport

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 2/1/18)

In another week in which Bellport boys basketball’s undefeated and consecutive winning streak was put to the test, this time they faced Eastport-South Manor and Deer Park and defeated both.

In the first game between ESM and Bellport, the Clippers obtained a 93-53 victory at the Randy Smith basketball court.  During that game, Jarell White got his first triple-double of his career, nailing 28 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists.  Kyleim Robinson also had a big game, scoring 24 points.  This time around, Bellport applied the same recipe to obtain their 13th consecutive victory, 85-56.  Bellport controlled the game from the tip-off, playing aggressive on both ends of the ball to hold a 26-9 lead after the first quarter.  Bellport was the superior team for the rest of the 28 minutes for their seventh consecutive victory in league.  Robinson had 17 points and six boards, Teandre Rountree had 17 points and five dimes.  White had a double-double, his 12th of the season.  Kavon Brown had 10 points and six rebounds.  Devon Balfour had nine points, Karl Charles had eight points and seven boards, and Kyle Climan, Jaylen Trent and Andrew Veit combined for eight points.

Bellport laid their eyes on their league rival, Deer Park, and it wasn’t going to be easy.

Deer Park came into the game with a 14-1 and a 7-0 record in league.  They faced teams like Westbury and Harborfields to reach this point.  They came into this game averaging 70.4 points and allowing 53.5 points.  The Clippers came into this game scoring 86.3 points per game and allowing 61 points.  This game painted to be one to remember.

And. It. Was.

In the tip-off, Bellport gained possession and found their rhythm early on, going on an 11-1 run to have a 10-point lead.  In the second quarter, the Falcons applied their formula to hold the Clippers to a minimum, scoring 17 points and allowing seven points.  Coming out of halftime, Deer Park maintained their rhythm, keeping Bellport’s artillery to a minimum and delivering on the other end.  They had a 43-37 lead heading into the last eight minutes.

In the fourth quarter—Bellport’s favorite quarter to play basketball—the student section went on their feet and were in charge of making the crowd and their team comfortable.  They went on a 13-0 run to begin the quarter and had a seven-point lead. Deer Park didn’t go down without a fight and they went with an 11-0 run of their own, capitalizing with threes from D’Andre Edwards and Josh Pismeny.  With a little over a minute remaining, the visiting team held a four-point lead.  Robinson hit two free throws to push the lead down to two.  Pismeny hit a free throw for a three-point lead.

With 35 seconds remaining, White made both of his free throws, and Bellport had to play the fouling game.  They had three fouls to give and Edwards hit a free throw.  With nine seconds remaining, Bellport drew up the perfect play.  Rountree stormed through the court for a layup but missed and White was there for the offensive rebound, his eighth of the game and the putback, as the clock expired.

In overtime, Bellport took over and made sure Deer Park had no answer.  They went on a 17-0 run, capitalized with three-point plays by White.  Trent hit a three from corner for an 11-point lead, Deer Park hit two free throws as the clock expired, but Bellport came out on top with a 73-58 victory.  White had 30 points and 19 boards, Robinson had 17 points and 10 boards, Rountree had 13 points and six assists, Trent had eight points, and Brown had four points and nine boards.

Bellport (14-0), faced West Babylon earlier this week, and faces Half Hollow Hills West (13-4) today at 5:45 p.m. at Bellport High School at the annual Senior Night.

(Courtesy of The Long Island Advance 2/1/18)

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Jarell White Makes Bellport Proud

Congratulations to our very own Jarell White, power forward for Bellport Varsity Basketball!  Jarell, a junior at Bellport High School, is known for his relentless offensive rebounding for the undefeated varsity basketball team. Jarell was written up in Newsday.  Click here to read all about him in the Newsday article of 1/21/18.  (Article by Bob Herzog reprinted from Newsday 1/21/18)

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12 out of 12 for Bellport

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 1/25/18)

Last week, the Bellport varsity basketball team disputed two more games, where they put their undefeated record to the test and passed twice, defeating West Islip and Comsewogue.

Bellport had the advantage of putting their 10-0 record in front of their fans, commencing it by facing West Islip, where they obtained an 80-40 victory.  In the opening quarter, Bellport was comfortable, shots were falling in, and pick and rolls were happening.  There was trust between all the teammates, and they led by 10 after the initial eight minutes.  In the second quarter, more of this beautiful offense was displayed, scoring 26 points in the quarter and allowing only 12 points, to build to a 24-point lead at halftime.  In the second half, Bellport pushed the pace, maintaining the same rhythm and display of game, outscoring the Lions 36-20.

Kyleim Robinson led all scorers with 20 points, five rebounds, three assists, two steals and a block.  Jarell White had 17 points, 14 rebounds, three assists and three steals.  Teandre Rountree had 15 points, a rebound, six assists and four steals.  Devon Balfour had eight points and two boards.  Jaylen Trent had seven points, Kavon Brown had four, and Nyson Jenkins, Karl Charles, Carter Vanderkieft and Kye Climan combined for nine.

In the second game of the week, Bellport faced Comsewogue, where they obtained a 96-78 victory.  The momentum from Tuesday’s game built into this game and they gave their fans a game to remember.  In the first half, the offense run by Peter Grossi was shown, scoring 53 points and allowing 37.  In the second half, they outscored their rivals 40-35 for the 18-point victory.  Jarell White led all scorers with 32 points, 13 rebounds and three assists.  Robinson had 26 points, five rebounds and six assists.  Trent had 12 points and five assists.  Rountree had 11 points, four rebounds and six assists.  Charles had seven points, Vanderkieft had six and Andrew Veit had two.

With this victory, Bellport is now 12-0, and of publish date faced Eastport-South Manor this past Tuesday and will face Deer Park (13-1) today at 4:30 p.m. at Bellport High School.
(Courtesy of the Long Island Advance)

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Bellport Basketball On Fire 

Bellport’s Varsity Basketball Team remains undefeated after winning against Deer Park on January 25, 2018.  Click here to read the game highlights featured in Newsday’s article, 1/26/18.

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Congratulations to two 2017 Bellport varsity football players for outstanding post-season recognition.  Senior captain Cole Cipp and junior captain DJ Trent were selected by the New York State Sports Writers Association to the 2017 All-State Class A high school football team.  Cipp was selected as a defensive back and Trent as a running back.  Cipp led the team in tackles and receiving yards while Trent led the team in rushing yards, touchdowns and scoring.  Great job boys for representing Bellport High School and the South Country community with pride in earning state recognition for your efforts on the field.  Pictured are Cipp #88 and Trent #26 together on the field.

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Bellport racks up two more victories

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 1/18/18)

Last week the Clippers put their undefeated record to two more tests, first with a tough game on the road versus Half Hollow Hills West and second with a game against West Babylon at home, where they ended up victorious.

Bellport visited Half Hollow Hills West with a bitter taste.  Last year, Bellport faced them in the first round of the playoffs, where the Colts at home obtained a 12-point victory.  For the players, having this in the back of their heads meant it was a “revenge game.”

In the opening quarter, everything was going right for the visiting team; ball movement and defensive stops were key points in this game and after a quarter of play, they led by seven.  In the second quarter Hills West cut the distance little by little to tie the game at 26 apiece.  But the Clippers went on a 13-6 run to preserve their seven-point lead into halftime.

After halftime, Bellport jumped to a quick start, scoring five unanswered points that built up to a 12-point lead.  The Colts weren’t going down without a fight, and went on a 16-6 run, which cut the lead to two points.  In the fourth quarter it was an exchange of momentums.  Bellport had a nine-point lead with over five minutes remaining.  Derek Brower Jr. and Brent Bland took over for the home team, scoring their next 12 points and the Colts took the lead by a point.  With a little over a minute remaining, they held a three-point lead and free throws by Kavon Brown made it a one-point game.

The ball then fell into the hands of Kyleim Robinson, who was in charge of putting the go-ahead bucket for the Clippers and obtain a 79-74 victory.  Jarell White had 30 points, 10 rebounds and four assists.  Robinson had 27 points, eight rebounds, two assists, two steals and one key block down the stretch.  Jaylen Trent had six points.  Teandre Rountree had five points and eight dimes.  Karl Charles had two points.

“We came into this game searching for revenge, given what happened last year; we had to remain together and we pulled it off,” said White.  “Coach told us to trust each other and remain focused mentally.”

“Play hard, stick to the game plan.  We had to execute on both ends of the floors,” added Robinson.

With one victory in hand, Bellport looked forward to making it 10 straight.  And they did.

West Babylon reached this game with a 2-10 (1-4 in conference) record.  The Clippers obtained their 10th victory of the season with a 93-59 win.  In the first quarter Bellport outscored the visiting team 28-9.  In the second half it was a bloodbath, with the Eagles getting outscored 47-26.  Robinson had 18 points, four rebounds and three assists.  Rountree had 13 points while Trent had 10 points and seven assists to his name.  Brown had seven points and nine boards.  Kyle Climan and Andrew Veit had three points each while Nyson Jenkins and Davon Balfour had two points each.

Lastly, White had 25 points, 11 rebounds and six assists.  This was also special because he scored his 1,000th point as a high school player, the fastest to ever do it.  “It’s hard to believe that he’s never had a 3-pointer and that he has 1,000 points.  He’s pretty well rounded,” said Coach Grossi.

Bellport (10-0) as of print faced West Islip (1-12) on Tuesday, and now faces Comsewogue today at 5:45 p.m. at Bellport High School.

(Courtesy of The Long Island Advance 1/18/18)



(Photos by Ray Passaro, The Long Island Advance 1/18/17)

Bellport’s varsity wrestling team took second place at the 33rd annual Kujan Brothers Memorial Tournament held at William Floyd HS on January 13, 2018.  Also at the tournament, Bellport’s Randall Ulloa took first place with an 11-0 major decision over Smithtown East’s Zachary Schumer.  

Bellport keeps it rolling

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 12/28/17)

Bellport remains untouchable as they took on Comsewogue, Eastport-South Manor and Riverhead this past week.

Bellport began away at Comsewogue, who entered this game with a 4-2 record.  In the first league game for either team, Bellport came out on top with an 81-72 victory.  After one quarter, the Clippers had a three-point lead and in the second quarter, they outscored 21-12 to build up a 12-point lead at halftime.  In the third quarter, the home team outscored the visiting Clippers 24-18 to cut the lead and in the second quarter, they outscored 21-12 to build up a 12-point lead at halftime.  In the third quarter, the home team outscored the visiting Clippers 24-18 to cut the lead to six heading into the fourth quarter.  In the fourth, the Clippers scored 19 more points to hold on to the victory, their fifth of the season.  Jarell White led all scorers with 25 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists.  Teandre Rountree had 19 points and six dishes, Kyleim Robinson had 15 points and seven rebounds, Jaylen Trent added 12 points, Kavon Brown had eight points and eight rebounds and Andrew Veit had two points.

With five consecutive victories, Bellport aimed for number six Thursday against Eastport-South Manor, where they obtained a 93-54 victory.  It was a one-point game after one, but the Clippers outscored the Sharks 78-40 in the remaining three quarters of the game for their 39-point victory.  White had his first career triple double with 28 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists.  Robinson had 24 points, Rountree and Trent had 10 points each, Veit had six points, Carter Vandiekieft had six points, Karl Charles and Devon Balfour combined for five points, while Brown had four points and 11 boards.  

With two victories in hand, Bellport swept the week with a seventh consecutive win.

Riverhead visited Randy Smith Basketball Court, where the Clippers obtained that seventh consecutive victory of the season, 86-74.  Riverhead began the game on a 10-0 run, catching fire in the opening minutes.  However, the Clippers fought back, cutting the distance little by little, and were only down one after one.  In the second quarter, both teams were going at it back and forth, six lead changes happening.  Robinson hit a three with a minute remaining to hold a one-point lead at halftime.  In the third quarter, Bellport outscored the Blue Waves by five points, the whole team playing with each other and playing well on the defensive end, racking up seven steals in this quarter.  With a six-point lead and a little over three minutes remaining, Robinson once against hit another 3-pointer to build a six-point lead.

From there one, the Clippers clinged to that lead and it ended in a double-digit victory.  “It feels great.  We have to keep it up,” said White.  “We’re going to rest, refocus and stay together.  The stats don’t matter.”

“We have to remain focused, humble and keep working,” said Robinson.

Bellport (7-0) remains one of six teams (Babylon, Amityville, Bayport-Blue Point, Westhampton and Northport) that remain undefeated.  The Clippers will now face Westbury (4-3) on Saturday.  (Courtesy of The Long Island Advance)

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Bellport football all-star players

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 12/14/17)

This past Monday, Dec. 4, at the Suffolk County Football Coaches Association All-County Dinner, Cole Cipp and Ryan Baumann were named to the All-County football team.  Both players also received All-Division and Academic All-Division honors.  Baumann has been a varsity starter for the past three years.  He led the team in sacks from his defensive end.  Cipp has been a varsity starter for the past two years and had the most tackles playing outside linebacker.  He also led the team in receiving yards and won the Cutinella Leadership Award, which is presented to someone with outstanding leadership, academic achievement, and involvement in community service.  He was also named to National Football Foundation’s Golden Eleven Scholar-Athlete team (only eleven players are named), presented to the top scholar-athletes in Suffolk County football.  Baumann is committed to the University of Southern New Hampshire for baseball.  Cipp is undecided between Cornell, RPI, WPI, Binghamton and Stony Brook. 
(Courtesy of The Long Island Advance)

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Congratulations to Cole Cipp and Ryan Baumann 

Congratulations to Bellport High School seniors, Cole Cipp and Ryan Baumann, named 2017 All-County Football Players!

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Bellport kicks things off with a bang

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 12/7/17)

Last Thursday, Nov. 30, was the beginning of the 2017-2018 basketball season in Bellport.  The team caught fire in their first game, defeating Sachem East 63-49 in a non-league game.

Bellport approaches this season with unfinished business.  Last year they finished with a 9-5 record, where they reached the first round of playoffs and were defeated by Hills West.  The previous year they also finished with a 9-5 record, reaching the second round of playoffs, where they were defeated by Brentwood.

This year, Bellport looks forward to yet again reaching the playoffs.  Their returning players include:  seniors Kavon Brown, Karl Charles, Nyson Jenkins and Teandre Rountree.  They also count with the return of junior Jarell White and sophomore Jaylen Trent.  In their newest additions they have juniors Matt Jazmin, Andrew Veit, Devon Balfour and Kyle Climan; also sophomore Carter Vandekieft.  They also count with the addition of Kyleim Robinson, concluding the 12-man roster for the Clippers.

In their opening game of the year against Sachem East, they defeated them at home 63-49.  In the first quarter, the offense was clicking early, and they had 21 points and only allowed 13.  At halftime they held an 11-point lead.  In the second half the offense kept displaying their artillery and had 12 points in the opening five minutes to hold a 10-point lead after three.  In the fourth they went back and forth with the Clippers holding their ground strong.

White had 19 points, eight rebounds and six assists, as well as one steal.  Rountree was flirting with a double double as well, and had nine points, five rebounds, eight assists and two steals.  Trent accounted for 12 points, and had two assists and three steals.  Robinson had 11 points, two assists and a key block.  Brown had 10 points and six rebounds.  Balfour in his first varsity game had a 3-pointer and Charles had four rebounds.

Bellport (1-0) now faces Bay Shore (1-0) this Saturday at Bay Shore in a non-league game; the next home game for Bellport will be Friday, Dec. 15 against Central Islip. 

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Bellport girls volleyball profiles

(reprinted courtesy of The Long Island Advance 11/23/17)

Name:  Jordyn LaGrega
Age:  16   GPA: 3.78

Hobbies:  Volleyball, basketball and lacrosse.
Inspirations:  To be able to play for those that can’t.
Favorite Song:  “All the Above” by Maino ft. T-Pain
Quote:  “Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goals.” – Henry Ford
Idol:  My family members and Hailey Wagner.
Something interesting about me:  I have a sweating condition called hyperhidrosis.

Name:  Karen Barrera
Age:  16   GPA:  3.9

Hobbies:  Volleyball and art.
Aspirations:  To become a physician for sports medicine.
Favorite Song:  “Get You” by Daniel Caesar
Quote:  “If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you.  If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.”
Idol:  My older brother.
Something interesting about me:  I used to run track for five years.

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Bellport All-Stars

Senior captains Cole Cipp No. 88 and Ryan Baumann No. 56 were selected to play in the PAL High School Senior All.Star football game Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 6 p.m. on Furrows Road in the PAL complex. Cipp led the Bellport defense in total (88) and solo (30) tackles as well as receiving yards (254) for the offense this season. Baumann was the co-leader in sacks (5) on defense. Both players earned All-County, All-Division, and Academic All-Division honors from the Suffolk County Football Coaches Association.

(reprinted courtesy of Long Island Advance 11/16/17)

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Bellport Girls Volleyball Profiles

(reprinted courtesy of Long Island Advance 11/9/17)

Name: Alexandra Krawczyk
Age: 17
GPA: 3.75
Idol: Derek Jeter
Hobbies: Volleyball, softball, weightlifting and spending time with family and friends.
How long playing volleyball: "I have been playing since seventh grade and softball
since fourth grade. I started weightlifting in eighth grade when I realized I wanted to
be a good athlete and in my best shape."
Aspirations: " I want to own my own gym or athletic facility and be a strength and
conditioning coach. I also want to teach young student-athletes how to work to their
full potential, through nutrition and strength training."
Quote: "There may be people that have more talent than you. But there's no excuse
for anyone to work harder than you do." -Derek Jeter
Favorite song: "May We All" by Florida Georgia Line
Something interesting about me: I love animals.
Krawczyk is committed to attending Assumption College, majoring in health science
and playing volleyball next year.

-Andres Rivas


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Full Name: Kara Rosenberg
Age: 17
Hobbles: Playing volleyball and lacrosse. I have been playing volleyball since 7th grade
and lacrosse since 2nd grade.
Inspiration: My older siblings are my inspiration to strive with sports and everything I
Favorite Song: "You & Me" by Marc E. Bassy
Quote: "Don't mistake the difficult for the impossible" -Dr. Nido Quebin.
Idol: My older siblings.
GPA: 3.79
Something interesting about me: I'm a cheerful person full of energy.



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Full Name: Gillian Donaghy
Age: 17
Hobbies: Art, theatre, longboard cruises and sports. I've been creating art since I was
young. I've always loved It. Theatre was introduced to me in high school and I've made
so many friends through the program Sports are a part of my life, too, and make me the
person I am today.
Aspirations: To create happiness not only for myself but for those around me and to be
the best version of myself.
Favorite Song: "Imagine" by John Lennon
Quote: 'The time is always right, to do what is right."
GPA: 3.6
Something interesting about me: I'm 50 percent Swiss and I can burp on command!

Bellport HS Suffolk Zone Award Winners 

Congratulations to Bellport High School Seniors Ryan Baumann and Emma Johnsen, the 2017 recipients of the Suffolk Zone Award!  Given by the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, this prestigious award is given annually to one male and one female from each high school who have demonstrated excellence both in the classroom and on the athletic field. Nominees are selected based upon outstanding physical education achievement, scholarship in the classroom, exceptional character and leadership qualities. Both students were acknowledged at a recent Board of Education meeting in recognition of their wonderful achievement!

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Pictured left to right:  
High School Principal Tim Hogan, Board of Education President Cheryl A. Felice, Emma Johnsen, Ryan Baumann, Athletic Director Robert McIntyre and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Joseph Giani.  

Pay credit where credit is due

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 11/9/17)

Coming into this year, nobody expected Bellport Soccer to do anything.  I mean, let’s face it, after nine years without playoffs and only four victories the previous year, who expected soccer, out of every sport, to do something good this year?  Well the truth is, that’s what kept this group of boys motivated:  Justin Yanza, Sam Gonzaga, Troy Zarba, Leo Argueta, Jonathan Ulloa, Steven Williamson, Josiah Igwe, Chris Colon, Branden Rasmussen, Samuel Hampson, Gerson Granados, Jonathan Pelaez, Geovanni Vasconez, Yanlee Salinas, Albert Hernandez, Adony Velasquez and captains Josue Arriaza, Kelvin Canales and Justin Barbecho.  The truth is, the doubters kept doubting and the people who had faith in them kept it.  At the beginning of the season, I wrote an article called, “Bellport looked forward to silence critics,” and that’s exactly what they did.  After winning their first three games of the year, things were shaken up, but then they dropped the next three games and went on to win three of the next four games.  Then the magic game happened.  When the team defeated West Islip, 2-1 at home, and assured a position in the playoffs, the collective “they can’t, they won’t” turned into “they can, they did.”  Everyone should remember this group of boys, let by Peter Grossi and Joseph Malandro.  The chip on their shoulder this year was doubt, but maybe next year it will be the support from their true fans.  There is talent surrounding this team for years to come, and we should pay our respects by acknowledging Bellport Soccer more. 
(Courtesy of The Long Island Advance)


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Bellport football ends year with victory

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 11/2/17)

The Bellport varsity football team won its final regular season game Friday night, Oct. 27 against Kings Park, 60-0.  It was a bittersweet victory due to the season end.

Bellport reached this game with a 2-5 record.  The thing that really hurt the most for Bellport was the close games; four of five of their losses were decided by seven points or less and one of their games was by 14 points.  All games were within the minimum; the offense averaged almost 26 points per game and the defense allowed 19.6 points per game.

Kings Park reached this game allowing 27 points per game and scored just about 12 points.  Having dropped their previous four games, both teams looked forward to ending the season on the positive side of the coin.  Bellport did it with a blowout.

Bellport began the game with the ball on the field and looked forward to taking the lead on the opening drive.  A 50-yard run from DJ Trent saw him end in the endzone, for the early advantage.  Yanlee Salinas was in charge of adding the extra point with a kick and Bellport took a 7-0 lead.  Later in the quarter, Trent had a 15 yard rush for his second touchdown of the night and a 13-0 lead.  In the second quarter, Bellport went back to work, this time through senior Teandre Rountree, who rushed 15 yards and the third touchdown of the game for the Clippers.  Salinas once again was in charge of adding the extra point.  Trent wasn’t done yet, obtaining his ninth rushing touchdown of the season with a 5-yard rush, Salinas added his third extra point of the night and the Clippers held a 27-point lead at halftime.

As if it weren’t enough, to kick off the third quarter, Trent obtained his fourth touchdown of the game and his 10th overall on the season and Bellport amplified their lead with an extra point by Salinas.  Bellport defense prevailed throughout the whole first half, and in the second half nothing changed, as Kings Park was held scoreless.  In the fourth quarter, Bellport finished bringing out their artillery, and a mistake by Kings Park saw an interception by Myles Wilson, who ran 56 yards for a touchdown; Salinas added the extra point.  Rountree had his second touchdown of the game with a 22-yard rush and Salinas concluded with his sixth extra point of the night.  Nicky Cornacchiulo had five attempts for 49 yards and had a touchdown to extend the lead to 54-0, a 6-yard rush.  To conclude this victory, Kyler Pizzo had an interception and rushed it for 72 yards into the endzone.

Trent concluded with 14 attempts, 169 yards and four touchdowns, Rountree with 11 attempts, 100 yards and two touchdowns.  Ryan Baumann had three sacks.  Carter Vanderkleft had two sacks.  Bellport concludes with a 3-5 record.

Bellport finished the season 3-5, just missing the playoffs.
(Courtesy of The Long Island Advance)



Bellport soccer reaches playoffs for first time in 9 years

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 10/19/17)

Last Friday Bellport faced West Islip, where assuring a win secured them a playoff berth for the first time in nine years, by defeating the Lions 2-1.

Bellport reached this game with a 6-6 record, having split their last six games with three victories and three losses.  They knew how important this game was, given they only had one game left, which was played this past Tuesday.  But they didn’t want to wait for the last game; they had their traditional annual senior game in front of their fans and wanted to play their best.

Previously in West Islip, the Clippers conceded a 1-0 defeat.  They outplayed the Lions, having more opportunities and more shot on goal, but the ball just didn’t go in the back of the net.  Almost three weeks later Bellport got their revenge.  From the initial whistle, the Clippers dominated.   They maintained the ball on the other side of the pitch and, three minutes in, had their first opportunity with a shot from Gerson Granados.  A good intervention from goalkeeper Tim DeLuca kept the game tied.  A few minutes later the Lions had the ball on the opposing side, getting a chance through the middle of the pitch, but the Clippers defended their position well and didn’t allow them to get inside the box.  Ten minutes later, Bellport drew first blood.  An initial pass by Granados to Jonathan Cruz, who ran the ball down, got inside the box and shot the ball, beating DeLuca.

Bellport almost made it 2-0 before halftime.  West Islip tied the game at 1.  A cross from the right side found Shamus Davidson, who scored after a rebound in the box in the first half.  At halftime there were speeches dedicated to the six seniors playing their last game in front of their fans.  Jonathan Pelaez, Geovanni Vasconez, Yanlee Salinas, Kelvin Canales and Josue Arriaza.

Beginning the second half, they dominated possession with various opportunities in the first 10 minutes, and after 13 minutes they took the lead.  A ball whipped into the box by Justin Barbecho found Granados in the box and after another save by DeLuca, Leo Arguetta was there for the rebound and the Clippers took the lead 2-1.  Nine minutes later the Lions looked to tie the game, but a key save from Sam Hampson prevented this.  A few minutes later Hampson had another save after a few rebounds in the box.  Ten minutes later Arguetta had two opportunities to make it 3-1, but the opposing goalkeeper made two good saves.  With five minutes left, Barbecho cleared a key pass from the floor with his head and after the final whistle, the Clippers celebrated their well-earned playoff berth.  “It’s an amazing feeling to be a junior captain and lead this team into playoffs,” said Barbecho after the game.

“It feels great knowing we accomplished something great.  I thank God,” said Pelaez.

“No words can describe this. [I am] extremely proud of the team—we worked hard and put our hearts out for this game,” added senior captain Arriaza.

“Before the game we were readying up and I saw the fire and desire in the seniors.  I worked hard and wanted to take this team far this year,” concluded Salinas.

As of print, Bellport faced Comsewogue on Tuesday and now awaits their rival in playoffs. (Courtesy of The Long Island Advance)

A strong beginning for cross country

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 9/21/17)

After accomplishing League IV champions last year, the Bellport cross country team wants to repeat their league title.  However, this year there have been two additional teams that will challenge them for that title, Eastport-South Manor and West Islip.  Bellport senior Thomas Brock, who ran a 16:50 for 5000 meters at Sunken Meadow State Park, will lead the team.  Bellport also has juniors with experience like Matthew Sabolenko, Michael Foley and Tyler Zapata, who were named to the All-League team this past year.  This season, Bellport has defeated Deer Park 24-35 and Half Hollow Hills West 15-50.  Their next meet will be against Eastport-South Manor. (Courtesy of The Long Island Advance)

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Bellport soccer defeats Comsewogue

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 9/28/17)

This past Tuesday afternoon the Bellport varsity boys soccer team defeated Comsewogue High School 2-0.

Bellport reached this match in urgent need of a victory, after losing the last three games.  Two weeks ago they faced Half Hollow Hills West and were defeated 2-1, then North Babylon, who had three victories in four games and defeated Bellport 5-1.  On Saturday they face West Islip at home for a close game, but the Lions came out on top with a 1-0 victory.  The Clippers had three days to regroup before Tuesday’s game against Comsewogue at home.  

In the first half Comsewogue attacked within the first 10 minutes, invading Bellport’s side of the pitch but the strong defending from the midfield and the defenders kept the game at zero.  The Warriors had their first shot of the game 10 minutes into the match, which resulted in an effective save from Sam Hampson.  Five minutes later the Clippers had their first chance to do damage inside the box with a shot from Gerson Granados, but it went wide.  The away team kept on pressuring, but Hampson made two more saves, maintaining a clean sheet.  Bellport, with five minutes remaining in the first half, kept the ball on the other side but were denied every chance at the net.  The score was 0-0 at halftime. 

In the second half Bellport began with the ball and lead with a good opportunity from Jonathan Pelaez, but it hit the crossbar.  With 17 minutes in, the Clippers had another chance but were denied.  Mat Sparhuber deflected the ball and there was a corner kick.  After a clearance by the defense, the ball fell to the feet of Kelvin Canales, who launched it with his left foot into the back of the net and Bellport took a 1-0 lead.  They had all the momentum and the crowd behind them.  Only two minutes later the Clippers doubled their lead; after a clearance by Justin Barbecho, the ball fell to Granados, who ran across midfield and into the area, where he dribbled past Sparhuber and made it 2-0.  Eight minutes later Bellport almost made it 3-0, but were again denied.

“It feels great winning for my team; we’re playing hard and leaving everything out there,” said Canales.  With this victory, the Clippers snapped their three-game losing streak and obtained their fourth victory.  “After three hard losses, it feels good to come back and win a game.  We must communicate and believe in each other,” added Barbecho.

Bellport faces Eastport-South Manor today at 4 p.m. at Bellport High School, a team they defeated 2-0 on Sept. 7.  “It’s a big win for the team and we’re ready for ESM – we play with intensity,” said Hampson, who finished with 11 saves. (Courtesy of The Long Island Advance)

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Second game, first victory

(By Andres Rivas, The Long Island Advance 9/21/17)

After a bitter loss last week in Westhampton, where they preserved a lead for most of the game, this week Bellport had one objective in mind, to invade Islip field and ruin their homecoming.  Bellport looked forward to doing damage from the initial whistle.  They took their first victory of the season, defeating Islip 37-20.

“Our coaches were pumping us up because they picked us for homecoming,” said James Highsmith.  In the first quarter, Devin Trent made a 21-yard pass to DJ Trent for the touchdown and Bellport was up 6-0.  They tried to amplify their lead with a two-point conversion, but it wasn’t successful.  The good defensive linemen of Bellport held Islip scoreless through one.

In the second quarter, Islip took the lead.  Junior Valentino Rosselli had a 25-yard rushing touchdown; Kris McDonald converted the extra point.  The Clippers didn’t take long in regaining the lead, Trent (RB) had an 11-yard rushing touchdown and this time around they converted the two-point conversion with a pass from Trent (QB) to Cole Cipp and that was the score at halftime.

After the initial whistle to the second half, the defensive linemen from the Clippers and the Buccaneers held their position and it was a one-possession game heading into the further quarter.  That changed quickly as Nicholas Barry had a one-yard rushing touchdown to give the Buccaneers the lead back, with McDonald once again converting the extra point.  The Clippers kept on fighting and so (RB) Trent had a 54-yard rushing touchdown, for his third touchdown of the day.  Equahn Lewis rushed across the end zone for the two-point conversion.  The Buccaneers failed to go down with ease and so in a kickoff return Justin Ashman rushed for 75 yards, but failed the two-point conversion.  They failed to convert the additional two points and trailed by two points.

The Clippers looked forward to ending the game with a statement.  Trent had his fourth touchdown of the day; this time he rushed for 28 yards into the end zone.  A pass from Trent (QB) to Highsmith made it a 10-point lead for Bellport.  Trent (RB) concluded with 201 yards and four touchdowns.  Bellport added one more touchdown at the end of the game with an interception from DeaSean Jackson, who ran 66 yards.  Ryan Baumann added the additional point.  

Carter Vandekieft had 10 tackles and two sacks.  Baumann also had five tackles and a sack.  Myles Wilson added an interception and seven tackles.

“It feels pretty good.  We needed the win to prove to ourselves and to others that we can get the job done and go all four quarters,” said Trent (RB).

With this victory, Bellport is now 1-1, while Islip falls to 0-2.  Bellport has scored an average of 37.5 points and has allowed an average of 31 points.  With East Hampton’s forfeit, they will be 2-1 and now face Sayville (2-0), who have allowed 14 points in each of their two games and have scored an average of 27.5.  That game will be at Bellport High School next Thursday at 4 p.m.

“We have to come out strong and be aware of our surroundings and we have to defend home field,” added Trent (RB). (Courtesy of The Long Island Advance)

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Two wins for girls volleyball

(By Andres Rivas, Long Island Advance 9/21/17)

Last week, Bellport girls volleyball defeated West Islip and North Babylon.  They began the week fresh off two victories against key opponents like Deer Park and Huntington at home, and looked forward to doing more damage.  

The West Islip Lions concluded last season with an 8-3 record and had begun this season with two victories in two games.  Still, the Clippers took the victory in four sets, 26-24, 27-25, 23-25 and 27-25.

There was a lot of volleyball to be played; three of the four sets went to an additional point.  Senior Alex Krawczyk had three saves, received well eight serves that were hit to her, nine serving points, two defensive digs, 14 assists and nine kills.  Senior Gil Donaghy had a defensive dig, five kills and three dinks.  Senior Kara Rosenberg received well 28 of the serves that were hit to her; she also had 13 defensive digs and 15 good passes.  In the second set, it went to two additional points, with the Clippers winning both.

But the Lions weren’t going down without a fight.

In the third set, it was 23-23 when West Islip put the pressure on as they won the next two points to win the set.  Bellport wasn’t done, as they grabbed the fourth and final set of the game, winning in OT, 27-25.  Junior Jaelyn Conquest had nine kills, 13 effective dinks, 26 blocking assists and one kill.  Junior Alyssa Mantione had nine defensive digs, a save, seven serving points, 23 blocking assists and a team-high 21 assists.  Sophomore Pim Benjatismongkol had four saves, three defensive digs and three kills.  Junior Jamie Trowbridge had seven kills.  “Considering we went into the game both undefeated, it felt great coming out with the win,” said Conquest.

On Monday, Sept. 18, Bellport traveled back home, where they faced North Babylon, who came into this game losing both of their previous season games.  The Clippers defeated the Bulldogs 25-11, 25-13, 25-21.  Krawczyk had 10 serving points, four aces, two kills, 10 serving points and seven assists.  Rosenberg had four defensive digs, defended well four serves and one good attack.  Donaghy had an ace and two serving points.  Tamia Lawson had two defensive digs and three aces.  Karen Barrera and Emma Bautista combined for three serving points, an ace, three assists, a kill and a dink.  Mantione had six assists.  Samantha Murray had two aces and a kill.  Talaya Guirantes had five blocks.  Jordyn LaGrega had two kills and two serving points.  Madison Baumann had a serving point and 10 blocks.

With these victories, Bellport is in sole possession of first place with a 4-0 record and will face Eastport-South Manor next Monday.  Also with this victory, coach Lawrence Auth obtained his 350th victory as a coach in his 22nd year.  “One game at a time.  ESM is a very solid program; we have to be blocking.  They’re solid all the way around and they’re going to be good.  We have to be ready for them,” said Auth.  Courtesy of Long Island Advance

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