Connor Quinn leads Northport to 2OT win over Patchogue-Medford
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Connor Quinn found Ken Radigan for a game-winning 20-yard touchdown pass in the second overtime as Northport beat Patchogue-Medford, 38-31, in Suffolk I football Saturday.
Patchogue-Medford had a chance to tie or take the lead when it had possession on 2nd-and-goal from the 3 in the second overtime, but Northport's defense made three straight stops to seal the victory.
Both teams scored touchdowns in the first overtime. Northport (4-2) trailed 17-3 heading into the fourth quarter and then trailed 24-16 after Anthony Lee hit Connor Coughlin for a 9-yard TD with six minutes left. Northport's Quinn then hit Cole Quoltrup for a 30-yard TD with 1:30 left to send the game to overtime. Quinn completed 17 of 27 passes for 274 yards and two TDs. Patchogue-Medford dropped to 4-2.
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