Hubbard sparks Long Island Lutheran to win over Jericho

LI Lutheran's Traishawn Hubbard gets an interception during LI Lutheran's Traishawn Hubbard gets an interception during Long Island Lutheran's 48-28 win over Baltimore Lutheran. (Sept. 3, 2011) Photo Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy

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Traishawn Hubbard rushed for 175 yards on seven carries, including first-half touchdown runs of 40 and 22 yards to lead Long Island Lutheran to a 34-0 win over Jericho Saturday in Nassau V football.

Tiquan Garner rushed for 89 yards on 13 carries and a touchdown for LuHi (2-0). Matt Borer, who had five tackles and one interception, completed a 52-yard touchdown pass to Joe Barrios to put Lutheran ahead 28-0 four minutes into the third quarter. Barrios also connected with Garner on a 42-yard touchdown pass with 6:13 remaining.

John Martone had seven tackles and two sacks, Elijah Walters and John Schmitt each had seven tackles and Devante Moore added six tackles in the win.

Jericho is 1-1.

Port Washington 22, Friends Academy 12: James Burns scored on a 13-yard touchdown run to cap a 60-yard drive that gave Port Washington a 14-12 lead with eight minutes left in the first half. Vincent Miscoscia had 10 tackles to lead Port Washington (2-0). Friends Academy is 0-2.

Great Neck North 7, Roslyn 0: Justin Nasimi scored on a 40-yard run in the third quarter for Great Neck North (2-0). Byron Azizi threw for 108 yards in the win. Great Neck North's defense recovered two fumbles. Justin Sedeghat had 11 tackles to lead GNN. Roslyn is 0-2.

Great Neck South 8, St. Dominic 7: Down 7-0 with five minutes left, Anthony Pena scored on a 4-yard run to cap a 50-yard drive and Ben Lee threw a pass to Mark Spano for a two-point conversion to give Great Neck South (1-1) the win in non-league. With 1:30 left, Anthony Lombardo and Jamar Henry stopped St. Dominic's option attempt on fourth down to seal the win. Henry had 10 tackles and forced a fumble. St. Dominic is 0-2.

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