No. 4-seeded Southampton hosted Port Jefferson May 20 and blew the Royals away 13-3. Alex Petty went 1-for-3 with 3 RBI and two runs scored, while Andrew Smith went 2-for-4 with 3 RBI.
Southampton advanced to take on No. 1 Center Moriches Tuesday, May 21, but results were not available by press time.
No. 2 Mattituck hosted No. 3 Babylon May 21, but results were not available by press time. Should the Tuckers win, they’ll face the winner of the Center Moriches-Southampton matchup May 22 at 4 PM.
The losers will play in an outbracket game for a potential chance to get back into the playoffs.
Pierson, the only Class C team, was automatically handed the county and Long Island titles. The Whalers will play the winner of the Section I/Section IX matchup in the regional final June 8.
No. 1 Mattituck faces No. 2 Port Jefferson in the Class D final May 28 at Farmingdale State College at 4 PM. The winner will take on the Section VIII champion at Hofstra University for the Long Island crown June 1 at 5:30 PM.
Mattituck earned the No. 3 seed and Hampton Bays, the No. 4, heading into the Class B championship bracket that begins Wednesday, May 22. Mattituck faces No. 2 Center Moriches in the semifinals, while Hampton Bays travels to top-seeded Babylon. Both matchups are scheduled to begin at 4 PM. The losers will face each other in the outbracket for a chance to get back into the playoffs.
No. 3-seeded Westhampton Beach travels to No. 2 Bayport-Blue Point Wednesday, May 22 for a 4 PM game. Should the Hurricanes win, they’ll advance to the Class C final to face the winner of the No. 1 Mt. Sinai-No. 4 Shoreham-Wading River matchup at Farmingdale State College May 30 at 8 PM. Mattituck earned the No. 1 seed in the Class D bracket and a first-round bye, and takes on the winner of Wednesday’s No. 2 Babylon-No. 3 Port Jefferson game for the county title May 30 at Farmingdale at 2 PM.
Tickets for the semifinal matchups are $7 online and $10 on site. Championship games are $8 online and $10 on site.