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17-3 Regular Season, seeded 1st in the playoffs
won league title

Playoffs round 1 - beat Islip (5 seed) 7-6

Playoffs round 2 - beat rocky point (2 seed) 6-0

County Finals - beat Islip (3 seed) 2-0 (Suffolk County Champions)

Long Island Championship - beat Carey 5-4 (Long Island Champions)

States (Glens Falls NY) - Semi Finals - Pearl River  - Won 4- 2 (Advanced to NYS Finals) 

States (Glen Falls NY) - Finals  - Williamsville South - Lost 21-4

Final Record - 22 - 4 


16 - 3 - Regular Season, seeded 4th in the playoffs
Finished in 2st place in League 6

Playoffs Round 1 - Shoreham-Wading River (5 Seed) - Won 4-0

Double Elimination Format
Playoffs Round 2 - Miller Place (1 Seed) - Lost 4-2
Losers Bracket - Rocky Point (7th Seed) - Won 4-3
Losers Bracket - Eastport South-Manor (2 seed) - Won 15-4

County Finals Against Miller Place (1 seed)
Won 8-3
Won 7-5
(Suffolk County Champions)

Long Island Championship -  Island Trees  Won 7-5 (Long Island Champions)
States (Glens Falls NY) - Semi Finals - Tory - Won 6 -4 (Advanced to NYS Finals) 
States (Glen Falls NY) - Finals  - Hamburg - Lost 5-3 

Final Record 24-5


16 - 3  - Regular Season, seeded 1st in the playoffs
Finished in 1st place in League 6 (League Champions)

Playoffs Round 1 - Rocky Point (8 Seed) - Won 6-0
Playoffs Round 2 - Shore-ham Wading River (4 Seed) - Won 6-1

County Finals Against East Hampton (3 seed)
Lost Game one - 8-4
Won Game Two - 2-0
Won Game Three - 4-0 (Suffolk County Champions)

Long Island Championship - Plainedge - Won 4-2 (Long Island Champions)

States (Glens Falls NY) - Semi Finals - Cornwall - Won 2-0 
States (Glen Falls NY) - Finals  - Jamesville-Dewit - Won 5-4 (NYS Champions)

Final Record 23-4


14 - 6  - Regular Season, seeded 3th in the playoffs
Finished  in 1st place tied with SWR (13-5) in the League

Playoffs Round 1  - Beat Bayport 8 - 1
Playoffs Round 2  - Beat SWR 4-1

County Finals Against Kings Park
Lost Game one 5-2
Lost Game two 8-2 

Final Record 16-8


12 - 6  - Regular Season, seeded 6th in the playoffs
Finished 2nd to East Hampton (13-5) in the League

Playoffs Round 1  - Lost to ESM  (#3 seed) 6-0.

Final Record 12-7


13 - 5  - Regular Season, seeded 5th in the playoffs
Finished 3rd in the league after Kings Park and Hauppauge.

Playoffs Round 1  - defeated Kings Park (#3 seed) 10 - 2

Playoffs Round 2  - defeted Islip (#6 Seed)  5-2

County Finals - Defeated Hauppauge (#2 Seed)
game 1  - Lost 8 - 0
game 2  - Won 3-2
game 3 - Won 2-1  (Suffolk County Champions)

Long Island Championship - Lost 4 - 0 to Floral Park (eventual NYS champions)

Final Record 17-7


SAYVILLE 1, EAST HAMPTON 0, The Plochochi show, Senior windmiller strikes out 23 to lead Flashes to Class A title
Stephanie Plochochi] shut down No. 2 East Hampton and delivered the winning hit in the 10th yesterday to secure Sayville's 1-0 win before 250 at Flynn Field in Kings Park. The Golden Flashes (20-3) will play for the Suffolk Small Schools title at noon tomorrow and face Seaford for the Class A Long Island championship at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday at Flynn.

Twice East Hampton (23-2) appeared poised to break through late. The Bonackers put runners on second and third with one out in the top of the ninth. Plochochi, who is headed to Dowling, simply struck out the next two batters. With a runner starting the 10th on second base, as per international tiebreaker rules, Plochochi struck out the side on 10 pitches.

This is Sayville's first Suffolk title since 1999 and the first time it beat Islip since 1996. Sayville (22-1) will play Class C champion Mattituck 10 a.m. Saturday at NYIT-Central Islip in the county Small Schools championship. Sayville faces Nassau Class B champion Valley Stream South in the Southeast Regional/Long Island championship at 3 p.m. Tuesday at NYIT-Central Islip.

Junior Michele Kiernan led off the first inning with a triple to centerfield. Jessica Pascarella's bunt single placed runners on first and third. Pascarella moved to second on a throwing error, with Stephanie Plochochi batting. Plochochi then singled to bring in Kiernan and Pascarella and give Sayville a 2-0 lead.

Jenna Duryee reached base on a two-out double in the bottom of the inning. Kiernan followed with a single to place runners on first and third for Sayville. Pascarella hit a run-scoring single and stole second. Plochochi walked to load the bases, and [Jackie Hannan] followed with another walk to score Kiernan with Sayville's sixth run.

Amherst - Fighting back tears, Sayville senior catcher Jen Sinacore decided to let go of the cluster of gold and purple balloons she held in one hand. After Sayville's bitter 4-3 loss to South Glens Falls (Section II) in eight innings yesterday in the state Class B softball semifinal at the Pepsi Complex, it was fitting to watch the balloons fade into the distance.

The madness began when Kristen Purcell led off the extra inning with a grounder to shortstop and the score tied at 3. The throw to first base was on line, but it glanced off the waiting glove of Janine Cheviot. E-3. Purcell moved to third one batter later when third baseman Jayme Fernandez threw away Jamie Hopkins' ground ball. E-5. Kim Babson delivered the coup de grace by looping the first pitch from Liz Scimeca over the head of shortstop Christina Vitale, who was playing in. Purcell came home and was immediately mobbed by teammates. Game over.

Sayville `B' Champ in Upset

They refused to be intimidated by a team that beat them badly in the season opener, a team that also defeated two state champions in the same day two months ago. Their sophomore pitcher, in her first varsity season, refused to wilt under the pressure of her first playoff game. Refused to let a painful shoulder injury keep her from competing. And in the end, as the banner in their dugout read, they would simply "Refuse to Lose."

It was that spirit that helped the Golden Flashes of No. 2 Sayville upset top-seeded and defending champion Islip, 8-2, in the Suffolk Class B softball final yesterday at Fireman's Field in Ridge. The victory gave Sayville (21-3) its first county title.

Islip's undoing was a six-run second inning by Sayville. Losing pitcher Jocelyn Agosto, one of Suffolk's best, appeared to have an easy inning when she struck out two batters after a leadoff single by Bindy Style. Agosto then walked [Donna] Cerami, and a pop-up that would have ended the inning resulted in a run-scoring error. Things came apart for Islip (21-3) after that.

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