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“Welcome to Islip, the 3rd largest town in New York State, but with an endearing small town feel. We are so proud of our town…our beaches, golf courses, marinas, parks, housing opportunities for all, businesses, industrial parks, healthcare and educational institutions including our own Islip MacArthur Airport that provides many job opportunities. I sincerely hope you find this website helpful.” Angie

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December 8th, 2023 – Spirits were bright at Islip Town Hall Tuesday, as members of the Town Board, coaches, administrators, family and friends celebrated the athletes of three championship high school teams.

Brentwood High School’s Varsity Soccer Team

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After an incredible undefeated regular season with a record of 22-0, Brentwood went up against Ward Melville for the title of Suffolk County Triple-A Champions.

Outscored in the first, Brentwood rallied to score three goals in the second half and secure the County Championship. Moving on to the Long Island Triple-A Championship against Nassau County’s best, Brentwood High continued their win streak and defeated East Meadow by a score of 4-0.

This is their first Long Island Championship since 2019, and the 10th overall in the school’s history!

But Brentwood did not stop there. With the Long Island Championship secured, they headed to the New York State Triple-A Championship game, where they would once again continue their undefeated streak, beating Baldwinsville by a score of 2-1, and crowning themselves as New York State Champions…their fifth NYS championship in school history.

East Islip Varsity Football


East Islip first won the Long Island Class 3 Championship back in 2007, and has been chasing to reclaim that title ever since, advancing to the Long Island Championship round in 2014, 2016 and 2021…getting close, but not able to secure the victory. But this year, with this team…that all changed.

After an impressive 17-7 win against the top-seated Sayville team in the Suffolk County Championship, E.I would once again advance to the Long Island Championship game, where they would face off against Nassau County’s Champions, South Side.

In a nail-biting game, East Islip would pull ahead, and by a final score of 19-14, reclaim their long sought-after title as Long Island Champions…securing their 2nd championship trophy in the program’s history.

On an historical note: East Islip’s Football Program has been led by the Ciampi family since 1971, with Sal Ciampi Sr. creating the legacy that his son and current Head Coach, Sal J. Ciampi, has followed in. Together, the Ciampi’s have each secured 165 wins, and qualified for the playoffs an astounding 35 times.

Bayport-Blue Point High School Varsity Football Team

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Following many years of hard-fought seasons since their Suffolk County Championship win in 1991, the team finally broke through and took home their first Long Island Championship after an undefeated run in 2022.

This season they were back at it, and after defeating Shoreham-Wading River in the County Championship, advanced once again to the Long Island Class 4 Championship.

By a score of 42-20, Bayport-Blue Point made short work of Nassau’s County Champs from Seaford, and claimed their second Long Island Championship.

In total, Bayport/Blue Point has accumulated an impressive 23-0 win streak over the course of their dominating back-to-back undefeated seasons, and has earned the Title of Best High School Football Team in Suffolk County, along with the prestigious Rutgers Trophy.

The team is now the No.1 ranked Small School Team on Long Island, and is ranked No. 3 in the New York State’s Class B category.

"Congratulations to all the fantastic students and athletes we’ve honored here today. We look forward to the bright futures ahead of each of you," said Islip Supervisor, Angie Carpenter.

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