Weekly Sports Update - October 15-19, 2018

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Boys Volleyball Team Celebrates Win on Senior Night

On Oct. 18, the Connetquot High School boys varsity volleyball team welcomed family and friends to support the team against East Islip High School and thanked the senior athletes for their contributions to the volleyball program.  

Coach Jenn Perry was pleased with the outcome, as the home team defeated East Islip 3-1 (25-14, 30-28, 25-11, 25-16), improving its season record to 9-5.  
Mike Carerre had 27 digs, while Trey Cole contributed 16 kills and Brian Spencer added 49 assists in the senior night win. 

Congratulations and thank you to seniors Sean Andersen, Scott Carrera, Mike Carrere, Stephen Coffman, Tom Domozych, Brian Spencer and Mike Streng.

Field Hockey Team Celebrates Graduating Seniors

Congratulations and thanks are in order for the Connetquot High School field hockey team’s graduating seniors for the dedication and leadership displayed throughout their time on the team. With assistance from their underclassmen teammates, the seniors led the way in their recent 5-0 win against Copiague High School on Oct. 5.

Additionally, despite its best efforts, the team dropped a 4-1 decision to the visitors from East Islip High School on Oct. 15. As the season winds down, Coach Jen Piscitelli has seen great potential in the younger players and recognizes the outstanding leadership from the graduating seniors. 

Gymnastics Team Qualifies for Suffolk County Championships

The Connetquot High School gymnastics team recently hosted the undefeated team representing Bay Shore and Islip High Schools on Oct. 15, just falling short of a victory as the visitors outscored it by a final score of 169.8 to 166.6.

In the vault, Sarah Moussa finished first (8.75) while Amanda Pisano placed second (8.65) and Noel Cutinella placed third (8.6).  Alex Melchiona placed second on the beam (8.9) while Sarah Moussa placed second in the floor (9.3) and tied for second on the bars (8.05).

Coach Renee Guerrieri was pleased with the team’s effort as the girls look forward to the Suffolk County championships in early November. The team’s overall record now stands at 4-2.