Blue Devil Sports News

Lorraine Moya, Mike Connell and Darin Reed at work at Blue Devil Stadium.

October 13, 2016

No other school district in the state can boast Huntington’s group of parent photographers.

Darin Reed, Mike Connell and Lorraine Moya give Huntington an unmatched set of professionals who annually snap tens of thousands of photos and share them with the community via the district’s website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram platforms.

The three volunteers were out in full force on Huntington’s Homecoming Day. By coincidence, members of the group were in close proximity to each other at one point, so Director of Athletics Georgia Deren McCarthy was able to quickly snap a photo of her own to capture the three parents at work with their cameras.

Catie Ricciardelli’s Goal Lifts Girls’ Soccer

Catie Ricciardelli’s goal with one minute remaining in the second overtime made the Huntington High School girls’ soccer team a winner as the Blue Devils went on to top visiting Copiague on Friday afternoon, 2-1.

Huntington trailed early in the game, 1-0. The Blue Devils were unable to score in the first half despite numerous opportunities. Sophomore Alyssa Sorensen’s goal with 4:45 left in the game knotted the score at 1-1.

The teams were scoreless through the first 10 minute overtime period and the opening nine minutes of the second extra frame. Finally, Ricciardelli struck to provide the Blue Devils with their winning edge.

Huntington goalies Anna Gulizio and Ainsley Lumpe combined on the victory, stopping six shots in all.

Copiague goalie Maraya Jones made an astounding 29 saves in the game.

The Kicks 4 Cancer game saw Blue Devil players wearing special pink and white jerseys and many donned pink socks. Gulizio wore pink shorts, too. Pink balls were used throughout the contest. The Huntington team raised money in advance of the game to help the American Cancer Society battle the dreaded disease.

Gerbavsits Paces Blue Devils on Links

The Huntington golf team swept past Half Hollow Hill West, 7-2 at the Huntington Crescent Club. Tyler Gerbavsits carded a one-over-par 37 to lead the Blue Devils.

H-ton Field Hockey Hangs Tough

The Huntington field hockey team dropped a 2-1 verdict to visiting West Babylon at Blue Devil Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Eagles jumped out to a 2-0 first half lead.

Elizabeth Berejka scored a second half goal off an assist from Lindsay McKenna, but that’s as close as Huntington could get. Goalie Emma Alexander made five saves for the Blue Devils.

Huntington played a great game, staying within striking distance. The victory gives West Babylon a 10-2 record this fall.

Eagles’ goalie Hannah Leddy stopped nine Huntington shots.

Matt Giamo Sparkles at Crescent Club

The Blue Devil golf team drove its way past Half Hollow Hills East, 7.5-1.5 in a Suffolk League II match.

Junior Matt Giamo’s three over par 39 on the front nine at the Huntington Crescent Club paced the Blue Devils. All State junior Tyler Gerbavsits turned in a four over par 40.

Offensive Outburst for Blue Devil Field Hockey

The Huntington field hockey team enjoyed an offensive outburst, cruising past visiting Copiague, 6-0. The Blue Devils scored three goals in each of the two halves.

Elizabeth Berejka and Anna Wickey both scored two goals. Michaela Carnesi and Lindsay McKenna also scored goals in the game. Kaitylyn Sage made four saves to notch the shutout.

Blue Devil girls' soccer coach John Walsh.
Kathy Wright is the Huntington varsity field hockey coach. (Mike Connell photo.)
Huntington golf coach Michael Marinello.

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