Newsday: In-depth: Kellenberg's state championship

May 31 2013
Photo credit: ULI SEIT | Kellenberg's celebrates after winning the championship against Font Bonne 8-2 in the CHSAA softball state finals at Queens College in Flushing.

Photo credit: ULI SEIT | Kellenberg’s celebrates after winning the championship against Font Bonne 8-2 in the CHSAA softball state finals at Queens College in Flushing.

By Newday’s Mike Gavin:

On the very same day, Kellenberg won a second straight state title and Sabrina DeAngelis threw a no-hitter in the semifinals.

Not even Shakespeare himself could fit all of the details from two major storylines into the 350 words that made it into Thursday’s newspaper.  Details such as…

DeAngelis facing the minimum 21 batters in what was the most important start of her career (Until the next game, of course).

Or Amy Quinn showing why she’s the best nine-hitter in Long Island (Kellenberg had us all fooled, she’s a nine-hitter in title only).

Or Krista King dropping a bunt double. (Yes, a double…that’s no typo).

Or even the owl that perched itself on the backstop for half an inning before soaring down into centerfield, sending the second base umpire and Fontbonne center fielder running for cover (Comical but also frightening when you’ve seen too many of those “When Good Animals Go Bad” television specials).

Read the full article at Newsday.com: http://www.newsday.com/sports/high-school/blogs/high-school-central-1.1688813/in-depth-kellenberg-s-state-championship-1.5377303