Members of Bayport-Blue Point’s girls varsity lacrosse team — the Suffolk County Class C champions — were honored by the Islip Town Board at the board’s June meeting.
Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and members of the board — including Councilwoman Mary Kate Mullen whose daughter played on the team — congratulated the girls on the school’s first championship since 2014.
— BBP Athletics (@BBPathletics) June 18, 2019
Bayport-Blue Point knocked off top-seeded Mount Sinai, 7-6, to win the Suffolk Class C championship on May 30.
— Tim Hearney, Ed.D. (@BBPSupt) May 31, 2019
COUNTY CHAMPS!! pic.twitter.com/0rXlcSohHr
— BBP Athletics (@BBPathletics) May 31, 2019
The Phantoms finished their memorable season 15-3 overall, falling 5-4 to defending state champion Cold Spring Harbor in the Long Island Class C championship at Adelphi.
Unfortunately our girls lacrosse team lost in the Long Island Championship tonight 5-4. It was a great season the girls went 16-3 this year. Huge hopes for our young team.
— BBPBoosterClub (@bbpboosterclub) June 2, 2019
The future looks bright indeed for girls lacrosse in Bayport-Blue Point. The middle school girls team was undefeated this spring.
— BBP Athletics (@BBPathletics) June 6, 2019