Baldwin rallies behind Tomlinson, Mask for win

Baldwin's Treyvon Mask carries the ball for a

Baldwin's Treyvon Mask carries the ball for a gain during a game against Farmingdale. (Sept. 14, 2012) (Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy)

Baldwin rallied after an emotionally tough week to defeat undefeated Oceanside, 28-21, Saturday in Nassau I.

Jovaun Tomlinson ran for 169 yards and two touchdowns and Treyvon Mask rushed for 134 yards and a touchdown to lead the Bruins (5-2).

The game came a little more than a week after a stabbing occurred during the Bruins' homecoming game against Hicksville.

"The kids wanted to let people know that this is a good place and a good program," Baldwin coach Stephen Carroll said. "They played their hearts out."

Lynbrook 38, Hewlett 20: Danny Kelly rushed for 302 yards and five touchdowns on a school-record 42 carries to lift Lynbrook (3-4) Saturday night in Nassau III. Kelly broke the previous record of 41 carries set by Anthony Picone in the 1992 Long Island Championships.

Kelly broke open the game with four minutes left in the third quarter with a 48-yard touchdown run in which he took a handoff, ran off-tackle right, broke two tackles and ran it in to make the score 24-14.

Kevin Estrada led the defense with 10 tackles and a sack.

Great Neck South 44, Great Neck North 43: Etan Agaggi had 120 receiving yards, two touchdowns and two two-point conversions, including the go-ahead 10-yard touchdown pass and ensuing two-point conversion grab with 3:20 left in the fourth quarter to put Great Neck South (2-5) ahead 44-37 Saturday night in Nassau V. Craig Schmidt rushed for 180 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries. The game was played in memory of Great Neck North coach Chris Deeks, who died in August. He also had coached at Great Neck South. Great Neck North is 2-5.

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