A busy week in the sports world of Staten Island HS continues, as more impressive individual performances and team wins have taken place in the sports landscape.
Check out the results of this week’s action, which includes: basketball, softball, flag football and golf.
Tottenville Golf Team beat McKee / Staten Island Tech (3-1-1) to complete a perfect 10-0 season. James Lamantia, Michael Hui and Andrew Biscocho all of them won their respective matches en route to triumph.
Christophe Solari anchored the team all season from the No.1 position, while Aaron Kim won his last two holes to tie his game on Tuesday. Lamantia, Hui and Biscocho all finished the season unbeaten. Dylan Murphy, Evan Teller and Nicholas Grande complete the team.
Second year students Solari and Kim, as well as freshmen Lamantia, Hui and Biscocho will all be returning next season.
“I am so proud of the commitment to golf that this team has been throughout the season. They improved daily and beat every opponent they faced, ”said coach John Woodman. “With four freshmen and four sophomores on our list, we look forward to the next few years of competition. I can’t wait to see the improvement each of them will make in the offseason.
Tottenville 2, Susan Wagner 1
Deniz Ismique buried a score 25 yards to take Tottenville’s advantage early on, although the Falcons equalized early in the second half.
The Pirates’ Pietro giove later, however, the match winner pierced a liner under the crossbar at 45 yards to beat Wagner.
The win is crucial in the standings, as Tottenville improves to 3-1 in the division, while current leader Susan Wagner falls to 4-1-1.
Susan Wagner 14, McKee / Staten Island Tech 1
Corinne De Martini was at his best, once again – shooting five innings with one shot, racking up 10 Ks along the way.
Jessica mills went 3 for 4 with a home run and three RBIs, while Caitlyn Synder, Mikayla Dansky, Julianna Raimonda and Julianna Anderson scored two hits each.
CSI / McCown 57, Perides 45
The Dragons rode the full game of JJ Abraham (21 points, 9 assists, 7 steals) to a triumph on the road. CSIM led the game from start to finish, with a 32-23 advantage in the half.
John o’connor had 17 points (10 in the 2nd half) and Omar Amir had 15 points (12 in the first half) to help pace the Dragons. Jalani West was the Petrides’ leading scorer with 11 points. CSIM improved to 2-2 in the PSAL conference game.
PSAL Football Flag for Girls
Susan Wagner 14, New Dorp 0
Julia Catella shot a pair of touchdowns, connecting with Carly O’Brien (4 catches, 56 yards) and Adelia Vavilchenkova for the scores.
Jaice Dorsey led the charge in defense with six sacks, while Julianna Laquinta, Amina Muratovic and Kaitlyn Matishek teamed up for six more.
Port Richmond 24, New Dorp 13
Port Richmond Senior QB Giovanna caputo led the way with 158 yards and 4 TDs in the win. Figrete Marke scored two points, while Andrea Rivera and Summer Lowery each added one.
The Raiders fell behind after a first pick of six, but Caputo led the rally charge. The defense was led by Caroline Roccha, who stacked six sacks, and Summer bass, which picked up an interception.