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Sayville Is Just Too Much As It Defeats Westhampton Beach Football To Win Suffolk County Conference III Championship

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Westhampton Beach senior Aidan Cassara.

Westhampton Beach senior Aidan Cassara. CHRISTINE HEEREN

Westhampton Beach senior Jackson Hulse takes the ball around the end.

Westhampton Beach senior Jackson Hulse takes the ball around the end. CHRISTINE HEEREN

Westhampton Beach senior Jackson Hulse gears up to take a hit from Sayville senior Alex Millwater.

Westhampton Beach senior Jackson Hulse gears up to take a hit from Sayville senior Alex Millwater. CHRISTINE HEEREN

Geoff Arrasate of Westhampton Beach tackles Sayville's Nate Casaburi from behind.

Geoff Arrasate of Westhampton Beach tackles Sayville's Nate Casaburi from behind. CHRISTINE HEEREN

Dom Sarno of Westhampton Beach is tackled Sayville's C. J. Messina and another Golden Flash.

Dom Sarno of Westhampton Beach is tackled Sayville's C. J. Messina and another Golden Flash. CHRISTINE HEEREN

Hurricane Jackson Hulse takes down Sayville's Thomas Cea Jr.

Hurricane Jackson Hulse takes down Sayville's Thomas Cea Jr. CHRISTINE HEEREN

Owen Spizuoco of Westhampton Beach catches a pass.

Owen Spizuoco of Westhampton Beach catches a pass. CHRISTINE HEEREN

Senior Gavin McIntyre eludes a pair of Sayville defenders and crosses the goal line for what was the Hurricanes only touchdown of the game.

Senior Gavin McIntyre eludes a pair of Sayville defenders and crosses the goal line for what was the Hurricanes only touchdown of the game. CHRISTINE HEEREN

Westhampton Beach senior Aidan Cassara awaits a pass from senior quarterback Christian Capuano.

Westhampton Beach senior Aidan Cassara awaits a pass from senior quarterback Christian Capuano. CHRISTINE HEEREN

Westhampton Beach head coach Bryan Schaumloffel, center, assistant coach Cole Magner and the rest of the Hurricanes gear up for the Suffolk County Conference III Championships at Sayville on Friday evening.

Westhampton Beach head coach Bryan Schaumloffel, center, assistant coach Cole Magner and the rest of the Hurricanes gear up for the Suffolk County Conference III Championships at Sayville on Friday evening.

Drew Budd on Apr 27, 2021
The players on the Westhampton Beach football team knew they were going to need to play a clean game if they were going to take down host Sayville in the... more

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