All things considered, Hampton Bays had another successful season, finishing with a 4-4 record and qualifying for the playoffs for the third straight year. But the Baymen knew that beating their first-round opponent—top-seeded Elwood/John Glenn—on Saturday was a nearly impossible task. When they stared across the field, the Baymen saw a team with significant advantages in nearly every department, including size, physicality and depth. Hampton Bays dressed 36 players for Saturday’s game, while the Knights had more than 50 players on its sideline.
Predictably, Hampton Bays saw its season come to an end, in a 48-8 loss. The Baymen were down 20-0 after the first quarter and 41-0... more