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Team 91 Recap 4.4

04/04/2019 7:05 AM -

Danny Caddigan etched his name in the Smithtown West record books on Wednesday.

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It's seven games into his sophomore year, but Danny Caddigan already has his name in the Smithtown West record book. 

The Team 91 2021 Blaze sniper cranked home eight goals, tying a school record for most tallies in a game, and set up another as the Bulls hammered Commack, 14-4, for their sixth consecutive win. The sophomore has been a force for Smithtown West with a whopping 32 goals and 39 points, including five hat tricks and four games of five goals or more. 

Marc Cottage ('19 White/Wingate) scored twice and added an assist for the Bulls, who stayed perfect in Suffolk I. Spencer Frank ('19 White/Hartford) contributed a goal and two helpers to the rout. 

Bethpage 8, Floral Park 4: Brandon Bestany ('19 White/McDaniel) had the hot hand for Bethpage, scoring twice and setting up three more as Bethpage doubled up Floral Park. 

Salisbury 12, Haverford 10: Connor Drake ('19 Orange/Duke) scored twice, including the goal that iced the game for the Crimson Knights, and added an assist as Salisbury came out on top in a battle of top-10 teams in the country. 

St. John The Baptist 17, St. Dominic 4Connor Buschle ('19 White) found the back of the net twice and added an assist as St. John The Baptist had an easy go of it. 

Garden City 14, South Side 3: Gavin Pappas ('19 White/Denison) paced a balanced Trojans offense with two goals and a helper and Will Puccio ('19 White/Trinity) bagged a goal as Garden City cruised. 

Sachem North 17, Longwood 3: Matt Keegan ('21 Blaze) connected three times and set up two more goals as Sachem North rolled. 

Ward Melville 9, Bay Shore 4: Jayson Tingue ('20 Crush/UMBC) stuffed 10 shots for Bay Shore. 

Smithtown East 13, Patchogue-Medford 6: Anthony Senecal ('21 Ambush) scored twice for Pat-Med. 

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