Baseball Graduates Five Seniors

“The guys are a close-knit team, they all had a role, and they always worked hard.” – Varsity Coach Keith Barrett with his seniors and their families.
“The guys are a close-knit team, they all had a role, and they always worked hard.” – Varsity Coach Keith Barrett with his seniors and their families.
Josh Gerson, a 3rd year Varsity player, threw a no-hitter in his sophomore season and will be attending UMass Boston next fall.
Josh Gerson, a 3rd year Varsity player, threw a no-hitter in his sophomore season and will be attending UMass Boston next fall.
Jonathan J.P.  Matuza, a 2nd year Varsity player who will always remember beating first-place Bay Shore, will be attending SUNY Cortland next fall.
Jonathan J.P. Matuza, a 2nd year Varsity player who will always remember beating first-place Bay Shore, will be attending SUNY Cortland next fall.
Eric Garcia, a 2nd year Varsity player who threw a complete game win at Sachem North, will be attending University of Albany next year.
Eric Garcia, a 2nd year Varsity player who threw a complete game win at Sachem North, will be attending University of Albany next year.
Justin Delgado, is a 2nd year Varsity player who really enjoyed playing a game at Bethpage ballpark this season.  He will be attending Suffolk Community College next year.
Justin Delgado, is a 2nd year Varsity player who really enjoyed playing a game at Bethpage ballpark this season. He will be attending Suffolk Community College next year.
Jeremy Dalimonte a 3rd year Varsity player will also remember beating first-place Bay Shore as well as his first win as a pitcher in his sophomore year. He will be attending Marist in the fall.
Jeremy Dalimonte a 3rd year Varsity player will also remember beating first-place Bay Shore as well as his first win as a pitcher in his sophomore year. He will be attending Marist in the fall.

Back coaching the Varsity Boys Baseball team after a hiatus, coach Keith Barrett is pleased that the team is moving in the right direction. “Our goal was to become a competitive team this season,” said Coach Barrett. “We had some quality wins over very good teams, five of them league wins.” The seniors on the team this year all worked hard at that goal, and accomplished a better season than they had last year. “The guys are a close-knit team, they all had a role, and they always worked hard,” added Coach Barrett.

Congratulations to seniors Eric Garcia, Justin Delgado, Jonathan J.P. Matuza, Jeremy Dalimonte and Josh Gerson. 

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