Three Village Scoreboard: Stony Brook School Boys, Girls Win Class C Titles

Also: Ward Melville boys knocked out of basketball playoffs.


Stony Brook School 56, Southold 39: Keara Vancol and Ariana Odom each scored 15 points for Stony Brook on Friday, earning them the Suffolk Class C championship.


Smithtown West 60, Ward Melville 56: Ryan Hart scored 22 points for Ward Melville and Jesse Smith added 18 points in a playoff loss to Smithtown West on Saturday.

Stony Brook School 57, Pierson 27: The Bears were led by Marco Masakayan (13 points), Brandon Odom (11 points), and Andrew Daniel (13 points) as they captured the Suffolk Class C championship on Thursday.

Editor's Note: High school scores are based on highlights from Newsday.


Stony Brook University 65, Vermont 48: Marcus Rouse went 6-for-8 from the field and totaled 16 points for the Seawolves, who avenged a conference loss earlier this season in front of a sold-out home crowd on Friday. Tommy Brenton had 13 points, six rebounds and six assists and Jameel Warney had 12 points and 10 rebounds.


Vermont 46, Stony Brook University 43: Jessica Previlon totaled 12 points and 11 rebounds for Stony Brook in a loss to Vermont on Saturday that was nearly a comeback win. Brittany Snow added 10 points and seven rebounds and Chikilra Goodman added with nine points and 10 rebounds for the Seawolves.


Marist 12, Stony Brook University 9: Brody Eastwood and Jeff Tundo each scored three goals in the season opener for the Seawolves, who held an 8-6 lead at halftime but scored just one goal in the second half.


Stony Brook University 20, Bucknell 5: Demmianne Cook scored seven goals and Claire Petersen added four goals and six assists for the Seawolves in their season opener.


Florida International Sweeps Stony Brook in Season Opener Series. FIU won with scores of 10-4, 3-0, and 1-0 to open the 2013 season. Among the highlights for Stony Brook: Michael Hubbard hit a two-run homer and Frankie Vanderka threw six shutout innings.


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