Sports Results for Week of Jan. 9, 2012

East Islip’s varsity team clobbered Newfield on Jan. 10, winning 49-23. Mariah Cullen led the team with 13 points and six rebounds, while Deanna Reynolds added eight points and five steals.
At Jan. 10’s Coaches vs. Cancer home game, East Islip won again, beating Smithtown East in overtime 28-26 and improving their record to 3-2. Cullen hit three free throws with 1:14 left in the fourth quarter to send the game into overtime. Jackie Nicoforo had the game-winning score on a putback with 1:56 minutes left in OT.


The JV team defeated Newfield 48-31 on Jan. 10. Alexa Mattera had 10 points, Christina Talamo had 11 points and Dylan Hirx had 6. The team won again on Jan. 12 at the Coaches vs. Cancer event on home turf, beating Smithtown East 46-32. Mattera led the team again with 20 points. Other scorers of note were Cathy Marku with 9 points and Juliette Polis with 6.


East Islip’s boys basketball team vanquished Newfield on Jan. 10, decisively winning 82-35 on the back of Brian Johnson’s 13 points, 9 rebounds and 9 assists.
The next game, on Jan. 12, saw East Islip fall to Smithtown East, 59-48.  


The girls varsity bowling team blanked Central Islip 3 games to none on Jan. 12, winning on the road 1155-659, 1030-674 and 1069-789 and maintaining their superlative 9-0 record.  Leading bowlers were Kristina Freitag  (256 game , 697 series), Alexa DeFazio (254 game,  669 series), Nancy Baione (225 game, 630 series), Lena Sorentino (214 game, 611 series), Kelsey Fryer (222 game, 606 series), Jordan Kruger (238 game) and Courtney McGinn (190 game).     


The boys bowling team lost 2-1 to unbeaten Bay Shore on Jan. 10. East Islip’s Jacob Klein bowled a 267 in Game 2 of a 691 series.


East Islip High School’s wrestlers continued their winning ways this past week, first crushing Centereach 74-6 on Jan. 11 at home, then visiting Smithtown West on Jan. 13, where they won 57-18.