Newsday's annual look at the top 50 high school wrestlers on Long Island this winter, listed in alphabetical order. Ray Adams, Calhoun, 126, Sr. He was a Nassau Division I finalist at 118 pounds and took fourth in the state tournament last season.
Jack Puckhaber spun round and round after bowling a strike to begin his second game on Monday. He captivated everyone in his vicinity with his smile, dances and cheerful attitude. The Plainedge senior is a part of the Career and Employment Options (C.
Gormsen, who is from Wantagh, came away from ... gotten better over my four years of high school, so I’m definitely proud of that.” White also expressed her gratitude for Catherine Dean’s leadership. The senior swam the second legs on those winning ...
Calhoun was a little jittery in the first set of this Nassau Class A title match against No. 1 South Side and fell by 10 points. But the Colts decided to just forget it and try to bounce back. So what happened?