Hot Shooting On Display At SFDS Classic
The St. Francis Summer Classic is now in full swing. After two weeks of play here is the rundown.
The Greene Machine is running smoothly in the Boys Grammar Junior division behind Shane Greene, Daniel Green and Jack Collins. Pro1Tires is powered by Ian Byrne, Kevin Connelly and Dino Borelli. Seamus O’Connell, Jack Mullally and Brian Bostwick lead Blue Bear Risk Management. T. Moriarty & Son is led by Terence Moriarty, Kevin Moriarty and James Cooke. Terence Marten, Elijah Perry and Kyle Cornish have spurred RAM Abstract. Jack Casey, Aidan Smith, and Dillon Ostrander are a force for VRCTax.com. Mike McManus, Patrick Murphy, and Kevin Erhard have shined for McManus Mechanical. Terence Mullin, Patrick Powderly and James Touhey have keyed Buckley’s.
Boarders Surf Shop and Station Liquors are both 2- 0 in Boys Grammar Middle. Teddy Stathis and Mike Bellettiere lead Boarders and Matt Schonfeld and Damon Anderson have sparked Station Liquors. TJ Powderly and Josh Zweifler lead Curran’s Superior Meats; Joe Morelli and Aidan Donohue for Kill Wood, Ace, & Mann; John Moran and CJ Gallagher for Plum Tomatoes; Jack McCabe and Kenny Dean for Rockaway Jetty; Isaiah Brown and Liam Howley for Rockaway Little League; Jag Guidarelli and Griffin Skammel for The Storage Place.
Ameritag looks like the team to beat in the Boys Grammar Senior with the 1-2 punch of Ray Marten and Luke Gersch. The Graybeards are also undefeated with Luke Schreiner and Chris DeMatteis running and gunning. The Irish Circle boasts Bard Featherston and Chris Ray, J&E Industries has Conor Ryan and Anthony Scotto. Aidan Morgan and Alex Goldberg lead the Melons. Charles Gavigan and John O’Connor lead Walsh Properties, Chris Boyhan and Kevin Florio for Cyberzone, and John Whelan and Joe Moran for Kennedy’s.
The Boys High School division has been the most closely contested with tight games every night and only one team, JG Electrical Installations, undefeated after two games. Chris Tsatsis, Ryan Biddiscombe, Michael Buckley and Mark Caputo form their core. Patrick O’Grady, Mark Holstrom, Brendan McCabe and Liam Monaghan lead Dr. Schilling’s PODs. Eddie Sullivan, Thomas Bellettiere, Ryan McDade and Bryan Carley are the guides for BRS Bullets; Greg Beehler, James Mercer, Matt O’Neill and Jimmy Wolfer for the Orangemen; James Leonard, Jason Perrone, Jack Hurley and Charlie Marquardt for Belle Harbor Physical Therapy; Andrew Petric, Kevin Magee, Sean O’Connell and Jimmy Boyhan for Coastal Real Estate; Stephen Kelly, John Evans, Matt Sosnowski and Conor Gallagher for the Grayriders; Matt Crockett, Kevin Crockett, Dylan Bergstol and Ryan Kilgallen for Breen Electric.
Jessica Morelli and Kristin O’Grady lead Rockaway Beach Digital + Design in Girls Grammar Junior. Grace Collins and Breanne McDonnell cast the spells for Ludwig’s Sand-Witches. Carly McCann and Bridget Rose pace Carvel, Caitlin Mullin and Lauren Regan for Mullin Basketball Camp, Grace DeCrescenzo and Meagan Duffy for Flynn & Flynn, Katie Marquardt and Alice Murphy for Harbor Optics, Kelly Ward and Angelina Meringolo for RAM Abstract, Maddie McDade and Ryan Carlton for Rockaway W.I.S.H. The Wave, with Lauren Marten and Jackie and Tess Gallagher are at the top of the pack in Girls Grammar Senior. Kayla Kilgallen, Erin Klein and Ryan Ward lead Belle Harbor Chemists; Maryellen Woods, Kathryn Gibson and Emma Meade for Walsh Maintenance; Keely McEachern, Jenna McCann and Emma Michaels for BHYC; Lauren Duggan, Kaitlyn Mahon and Kerri Brennan for Kimball Construction; and Courtney McCool, Shannon Rochelle and Tara Burns for T. Moriarty & Son.
Bungalow Bar holds first place in Women’s Open at 3-0. Jameson’s is 2-1, Harbor Light 1-2, Irish Circle 1- 2, and Boardwalk Bagel 1-3. The Men’s Open is into its third week. The Graybeards began their playoffs on Thursday with semi-finals scheduled on Thursday, July 21 and the finals on Thursday, July 28.
“Come out and support the players at the St. Francis Summer Classic,” urge the organizers.