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Lady Baymen Volleyball Is In First Place

Publication: The East Hampton Press & The Southampton Press
  Oct 22, 2012 4:20 PM
Oct 22, 2012 10:47 PM

The Hampton Bays girls volleyball team is in a tie for first place with Bayport/Blue Point after its latest victory.

The Lady Baymen won, 3-0, over Mattituck at home on October 17 to improve to 8-1, the same day Bayport/Blue Point defeated Babylon, 3-1, to also move to 8-1 in the League VII standings as of Monday afternoon.

Samantha Aube had 16 kills in the win over Mattituck last week, while Alexis Fotopoulos had 19 assists and five aces.

Hampton Bays Gymnastics

The Lady Baymen won their first League II meet of the season on October 16, 145.05-141.25, over Lindenhurst at home. With two meets left on the schedule, Hampton Bays is 1-2 in League II.

Marissa Schultze won the floor exercise with a score of 9.3 in last week’s victory.

Hampton Bays Boys Soccer

The playoff-bound Baymen won their lone game last week, 2-0, at Babylon on Thursday, October 18. After a scoreless first half, David Pescatore scored 15 minutes into the second half to give Hampton Bays the lead. Then Cristian Ospina scored an insurance goal a little bit later in the half the make up the final margin of victory. Jordan Luna only had to made two saves for the shut out.

Hampton Bays (8-2-1 League VII, 10-2-1 overall) will most likely head into the Suffolk County Class B postseason as the third seed and play at second-seeded Center Moriches in the semifinals on Wednesday, October 31, at 2:30 p.m.

Hampton Bays Girls Soccer

The Lady Baymen lost, 6-2, at home to undefeated Newfield on Thursday, October 18. Lexi Radziul and Hannah Martinez both scored for Hampton Bays, which is 3-7 in League VIII, 3-8 overall.

Westhampton Beach Girls Volleyball

The Lady Hurricanes took a tough 3-2 loss at Mount Sinai on Thursday, October 18. After dropping the first two sets, 25-19, 25-23, Westhampton Beach came back and won the next two sets, 25-20, 25-22. But, the Lady Mustangs won the fifth and final set, 25-23, to take the match.

Westhampton Beach is 4-5 in League VI, 7-7 overall. In order to reach the Class A postseason, the Lady Canes need to win two of their final three matches to finish with a .500 winning percentage.

Westhampton Beach Boys Volleyball

The Hurricanes were eliminated from postseason contention with their two losses last week. Heading into last week’s matches with a 2-6 League III record, Westhampton Beach needed to win all four of its final matches to get into the postseason with a .500 record. But the Canes lost, 3-2, at Center Moriches on October 16 to be denied a chance at making the playoffs. They then lost, 3-0, at East Hampton on Friday.

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