East's Alex Indelicato and West's Anthony Gatto were two of the participants in the RTC Grand Slam Challenge, a high school all-star game, at Farmingdale State College on Friday.
Indelicato started in center field and played four innings, going 1-2 with a walk and a run scored.
Gatto was not able to participate in the game because of a knee injury he suffered during West's senior day. Gatto said he was scheduled to undergo surgery to repair the injury on June 14.
Nassau beat Suffolk 12-8 in a high scoring affair.
"It was an honor being selected to play in this game," Indelicato said. "I watched it on TV last year and it was one of my goals to play in it.
"The best part of this whole thing was the atmosphere and getting a chance to play with such great ball players that I know will make it far in the game someday," he added. "I definitely had a lot of fun."
Gatto had similar sentiments despite not being able to play in the game.
"It was great to be selected for the game today and it was great to just be a part of the team and hang out with the guys," he said.