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Whaler Sports Wrap 10/27/11

Posted on 28 October 2011

7th and 8th Grade Girls Tennis

The middle school girl’s tennis team stunned the Southampton Mariners at home winning, 6-1. Pierson, led by Lily Kot and Isabelle Peters, swept all four of the singles matches. Brooke Britt and Madeline Brigs won their doubles match (4-0)(4-1) while Sarah Jannetti and Denise Garcia Torres won without surrendering a single game.


Boys Varsity Golf

Pierson’s varsity golf team finished their season this past week with an overall record of (9-4), giving the team a spot in the post-season this spring. Dillon Decker led the team with an average score of 40.7 and a record of 9-2-1, Gabe Denon had an average of 42.6 and finished 9-4. Every member of the team, Harrison Bayrami, Jack Bori, Charles Canavan, Max Snow, Brad Reiner, Jake Bennett, and Kevin Duchemin, finished with a winning record and a 9-hole average of fewer than 55. The Whalers also placed second in the non-league Sebonack Challenge last Thursday.


Boys Varsity Soccer

The post-season window for Pierson’s varsity boys soccer is slowly closing, after the team dropped two games in a row last week. On October 21 the Whalers lost to Greenport/Shelter Island (6-3-2) 3-2 in a painfully close game. Christian Bautista and Oscar Eduardo Reinoso scored goals in the game for Pierson. Pierson lost again, 3-0, on October 22 to Smithtown Christian (2-7-2). The post season is still attainable with a win today against winless Stony Brook (0-7-3).


Ross Cosmos girls JV Volleyball

The girls JV volleyball team has set a school record, going undefeated 11-0 for the first time ever.  Their final game of the season is against Stony Brook on Friday, October 29.

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