Ben Kocis throws for 226 yards as Huntington tops Kings Park
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Ben Kocis went 15 of 22 for 226 yards with a touchdown to lead No. 4 Huntington to a 27-12 win over No. 5 Kings Park Saturday in a Suffolk III football quarterfinal. Tyler Greenhill caught six passes for 77 yards with a touchdown.
Leading 7-6 with 1:25 left in the first quarter, Huntington's Josh Long blocked his second field goal of the season. Troy Greene picked it up and ran 35 yards. At midfield, Greene sent a lateral to John Mallouk. Mallouk ran it the rest of the way, putting Huntington ahead 13-6.
Huntington drove 82 yards in two minutes at the end of the first half, capped by a Greenhill 25-yard touchdown catch with 43 seconds left giving the Blue Devils a 20-6 lead.
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Levar Butts made 12 tackles to lead Huntington (7-2).
Huntington will play at No. 1 Sayville at 1 p.m. Saturday in the semifinals. Kings Park finishes its season 5-4.
Miller Place 44, Bellport 7: Adin Greenfield ran for 153 yards and three touchdowns to lead No. 2 Miller Place (8-1) over No. 7 Bellport in the quarterfinals. Brett Osman added 102 rushing yards and Eric DiCroce had 96 yards rushing.
Ryan Gray was 7-for-12 with 113 yards, including a 17-yard TD pass to Cody McPartland. Jan Schoonen was 5-for-5 on extra points, caught two passes and recorded a sack.
Linebacker Alex Greenidge had 15 tackles and a sack, and safety and Jake Buonaiuto had 12 tackles.
Bellport finishes at 4-5.
Sayville 48, Amityville 8: Zach Sirico was 7 of 10 for 135 yards and three touchdowns and ran six times for 30 yards to lead No. 1 Sayville (9-0) over No. 8 Amityville (4-5) in the quarterfinals. John Haggart ran the ball 13 times for 86 yards and caught a 41-yard touchdown pass and Matt Selts ran three times for 61 yards and two touchdowns. Matt Starr had four tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery, Kevin O'Connor had eight tackles and Chris Belcher had an interception return for a touchdown to help lead the defense.