Newsday goes deep with Long Island high school football.
Friday night heights
One of the best performances of the 2011 high school football season stayed under the radar. It happened on Friday night, Oct. 28, when Donald Liotine rushed for 340 yards on just 15 carries, with six touchdowns, as Stony Brook defeated host Southampton, 40-12.
In averaging nearly 23 yards per carry, Liotine turned in the 20th best single-game rushing total in Suffolk County history....