Get set to let the good times roll.
Seven Greater Sayville area varsity teams are involved in key playoff matchups this week. One plays for a Suffolk County championship, and another is vying for a Long Island crown.
It will be a flurry of games on Thursday afternoon, Friday night and Saturday afternoon. Click here to purchase tickets in advance.
Here’s a breakdown of who’s playing where.
Bayport-Blue Point Phantoms
Fresh off of winning their first-ever county title, Bayport-Blue Point’s field hockey team plays Garden City in the Long Island Class B Regional championship Saturday at 3 p.m. at Centereach High School.
Led by seniors Morgan Woolley and Riley Schultz (both five-year varsity players) and Coach Karen Gick, the Phantoms edged Rocky Point, 1-0, Saturday at Patchogue-Medford High School.
Bayport-Blue Point’s girls volleyball hosts a county semi-final playoff tilt with Shoreham-Wading River tonight at 5 p.m. The Phantoms, 11-2 during the regular season, are vying for the Class B championship. In 2018, Bayport-Blue Point won the Long Island championship.
On Friday at 5 p.m., Bayport-Blue Point’s football hosts a Division IV county quarterfinal playoff game against Port Jefferson. The third-seeded Phantoms (5-3) have allowed less than 6 points per game — including three consecutive shutouts — over their last six contests.
Sayville Golden Flashes
Sayville football, having steamrolled through the regular season to finish undefeated, hosts Rocky Point Friday at 6 p.m. in a Suffolk Division III quarterfinal game.
Click here for highlights from Sayville’s dramatic 28-27 victory over East Islip last month.
On Saturday at 3:30 p.m., Sayville’s boys soccer team plays Hauppauge for the Suffolk Class A championship. The game is at Diamond in the Pines, located at 1921 Route 112 in Coram.
The Golden Flashes (14-5) edged John Glenn, 2-1, on Monday to advance to the county final.
Connetquot football (4-4) visits Centereach Friday at 6 p.m. for a Suffolk Division II quarterfinal matchup. The T-Birds defeated Newfield, 21-12, on Saturday in a must-win game to reach the playoffs.
Connetquot girls volleyball (15-1) is the No. 1 seed in the Suffolk Class AA playoff bracket. The T-Birds host No. 5 Commack Thursday at 4:30 p.m. The team has only lost three sets over the entire season.