Big 10: Lawrence keeps pace with Sachem East
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The Flaming Arrows outscored opponents 18-1 en route to three wins last week. Kim Fazio totaled eight points, including five goals, during that stretch. They're 15-0 and goalie Jordan Miller has nine shutouts. Sachem East, having already secured the top seed in Suffolk Class A, will finish the regular season Wednesday against rival Ward Melville.
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Junior Joe Capobianco threw for five touchdowns and 357 yards as the Golden Tornadoes rolled over previously unbeaten Plainedge, 63-0. The top-ranked Golden Tornadoes are 7-0 with a Long Island-leading 360 points.
The Indians are 14-0 and clinched the Suffolk League I title with a 3-0 win over Sachem East. Carlos Menjivar scored two goals in the win. They also beat Sachem North, 1-0. They have 11 shutouts and are ranked third in the country in the NSCAA rankings.
The Golden Flashes have disposed of their top two opponents in Suffolk III in back-to-back weeks after a 42-9 thrashing of Kings Park. Senior quarterback Zach Sirico rushed for three scores and passed for two more as the Golden Flashes (7-0) extended Long Island's longest winning streak to 19.
Tiana Guevara won the individual title at the Brown Northeast Cross Country Championship in Warwick, R.I. Guevara finished in 18:12.0, her twin sister Talia took fourth in 18:31.4 and Laura Nolan took fifth in 18:32.1 as the Panthers finished third in the team scoring.
Julianna Pellegrini's first goal this season helped South Side to a 2-0 win over Plainedge. Meghan Hines was one of five players to score in a 5-1 win over Division as the Cyclones improved to 11-0-1. The defending Class A state champs have allowed four goals all season.
The T-Birds continued their perfect season with a 41-7 win over Central Islip. Senior quarterback Brian McKean threw for two more touchdowns as Connetquot, Long Island's top-ranked team in the Large Schools poll, improved to 7-0. Linebacker Ryan Renfro leads the division's top defense into Friday's showdown at Sachem North.
Brendan Reardon scored the lone goal in a 1-0 win over defending CHSAA champion St. John the Baptist and Nick Cestaro scored in a 1-0 win over St. Mary's. The Friars improved to 12-2-1.
The Braves won the school's fourth consecutive Nassau title with a 5-2 victory over Port Washington. The Braves await the winner of the Suffolk championship and will compete for their fourth consecutive Long Island championship Oct. 30.
The Friars set a meet record for seven-man average time en route to winning the team title in the Brown Northeast Cross Country Championship in Warwick, R.I. Patrick Ginty led the way with a seventh-place time of 15:50.5 as the Friars averaged a blazing 16:08.9 on the 5K course.
On the outside looking in: Northport boys cross country, Kings Park girls volleyball, Ward Melville girls gymnastics, Ward Melville girls gymnastics.