Kristin Kujan's two goals lead Port Washington field hockey

Port Washington's Kristin Kujan looks for a shot.

Port Washington's Kristin Kujan looks for a shot. (March 21, 2012) (Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy)

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Kristin Kujan scored twice in the first half off passes from Lauren DeSimone and No. 2 Port Washington held on to beat third-seeded New Hyde Park, 2-1, Saturday in a Nassau Class A field hockey semifinal.

Kelly McDonough made four saves for the Vikings (12-2). Arianna Bruschi scored for New Hyde Park (8-5-1). Port Washington will face Massapequa in a rematch of last year's final at 2 p.m. Sunday at Adelphi.

Garden City 3, Cold Spring Harbor 0: Krista Dampman had two goals and an assist to lead No. 1 Garden City (15-1) over No. 4 Cold Spring Harbor in a Nassau Class B semifinal. Taylor Striar made 11 saves for CSH. Garden City will face No. 2 Manhasset at 4 p.m. today at Adelphi.


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Miller Place 3, Shoreham-Wading River 1: Emily Mott and Maggie Revera each had a goal and an assist to lead No. 1 Miller Place (17-0) over No. 4 Shoreham-Wading River in a Suffolk Class B semifinal. The Panthers face No. 2 Rocky Point in the final at 1 p.m. Monday at Sachem North.

Ward Melville 3, Smithtown East 0: Liz Conley and Sam Nemirov each had a goal and an assist to lead No. 5 Ward Melville (10-7) over No. 4 Smithtown East in a Suffolk Class A quarterfinal. Andre Bongiorno had two saves in the shutout. Ward Melville visits No. 1 Sachem East at 11 a.m. Sunday.

Sachem East 8, West Islip 1: Katie Doherty had a goal and an assist, and eight players scored as No. 1 Sachem East (17-0) beat No. 9 West Islip.

Bay Shore 4, Lindenhurst 0: Allie Dolder had a goal and two assists to lead No. 3 Bay Shore (15-2) over No. 11 Lindenhurst in a Suffolk Class A quarterfinal. Courtney Syrett added a goal and an assist. The Marauders face No. 2 East Islip at noon Sunday.

East Islip 3, Centereach 0: Nicole Levy scored two goals and Emily Cassar had two assists to lead No. 2 East Islip (14-3) over No. 7 Centereach.

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