South Huntington

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Winning Start for

Wildcat Sports

Congratulations Wildcats on Friday's wins!

  • Varsity Football won 42-0 over Longwood Friday. Senior QB Nick Bottoni threw for 3 touchdowns and ran for another. Tyriek Mays-Mckoy caught 2 long touchdown passes and Rasahn Thompson scored a receiving, rushing and punt return touchdown. The defensive shutout was led by Liam Villanti with interceptions by Brandon Ivy and Chris Silverio. The offensive linemen, led by Diego Romero and Logan Elmore were great all night. Kicker Adam Arevalo went 6 for 6 on extra points.

QB Nicholas Bottoni sends the ball to WR Tyriek Mays-McKoy for a long touchdown pass.

  • On Friday, the Girls Varsity Soccer team defeated Central Islip by a score of 6-0.  Gianna Paul led the attack with 3 goals.  Olivia Del Priore, Iris Hoffman and Jenna Cullen each added a goal.  Ashli Wuss and Vanessa Reyes helped in goal to secure the shutout.

Forward Gianna Paul on her way to sink the ball into Central Islip's goal.

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  • The Boys Varsity Soccer team was victorious in its 1st league game against Newfield on Friday night by the score of 6-2.  Angel Catalan had a goal and 3 assists, JP Paiva netted 2 goals, Javier Castro had a goal and an assist, Dylan Thody added a goal, and Wilmer Flores chipped in with an assist. The Wildcats’ record is 2-0-1. The Team is on the road against Connetquot on Tuesday at 5:15pm.

Senior Captain Dylan Thody adding a goal in the first half of Friday night's game.

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  • The Girls Varsity Gymnastics team competing in its first non-league meet Friday with stellar performances by Ava Colbert and Kate Adams, competing for the first time. Carly McEntee showed a new floor routine scoring 2nd. Congratulations to all of the girls on a great first meet!

Freshman Kate Adams performing her first floor routine at the team's home meet on Friday.

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  • The Girls JV Soccer team defeated Central Islip by a score of 5-0. Kaitlyn Guttler scored first from a corner kick.  Alexa Schindler blasted 2 goals in the net.  Olivia Nicholls also put two in the goal.  Angie Fuentes played calm, cool and collected and distributed the ball well from the backfield. Come out and support the team at our next home game this Saturday, 10am.

Congratulations Wildcats on an impressive Monday!

  • The Girls Varsity Soccer team defeated Copiague by a score of 8-1.  Gianna Paul led the attack with 2 goals and 2 assists.  Iris Hoffman also added 2 goals.  Ella Brower, Olivia Del Priore, Jenna Cullen and Britany Delao each scored one each.

  • The Varsity Field Hockey team upset Bay Shore 1-0.  Shaelyn Scharpf scored the only goal of the game off an assist from Brianna Morrissey with 24 seconds left in the first half.  Jill Vesque made several key saves in the 2nd half and recorded her first shutout of the season.  Kristy Chillemi, Morgan Fulcher, Angela Shedlow and Sydney Cusack had excellent games.  Come cheer them on Wednesday when they face Sachem North.

Junior Shaelyn Scharpf made the goal of the game to give the Varsity Field Hockey team the win over Bayshore on Monday.

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  • The Girls Varsity Volleyball team defeated Hills West on Friday, coming back from being down 2 sets to 1 to win 3 sets to 2.  The Team played incredible defense and combined for 11 stuff blocks.  The girls also defeated Riverhead yesterday by the score of 3 sets to 1.  The Team served well to take control of the match.

Senior Amelia Kongevold returns a Riverhead serve over the net.

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  • The JV Field Hockey team beat Bay Shore, 3-0.  The girls worked hard as a team to defeat the well-known team.  Chelsea Murphy scored 2 goals, assisted by Bella Winch. Bella Winch then went on to score her own unassisted goal to secure the win!  Next up, Sachem North!  Let’s go Wildcats!

  • The Girls JV Volleyball team remains undefeated with a dominant performance against Riverhead to move to 4-0.  Strong serving from Erin Conlon, Megan Rankel, and Emma Creighton, along with excellent defense from Dani Probst, Juliet Boccia, and Sarah Duffy helped secure the girls fourth straight win.



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