Nick Paris’ four-yard touchdown run with four minutes left led Lynbrook to a 19-15 win over Hewlett. Nick Tuzzio broke up a fourth-down pass from Lynbook’s 14- yard line as time expired to seal the win. Joey Castillo completed 12 of 16 passes for 97 yards and two touchdowns, and Paul Scibelli made 12 tackles and three sacks.

West Hempstead 15, Mineola 14: Anthony Salambini scored the final touchdown with three minutes left in the game. Quarterback Timmy Shanley ran for the two-point conversion to put West Hempstead up for good. Shanley completed six of eight passes for 84 yards and two touchdowns. Salambini had two receptions for 50 yards and two touchdowns.

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Floral Park 28, New Hyde Park 7: Liam Flanagan scored on a 45-yard run to open the second quarter and followed it up with a 4-yard touchdown run with 6:40 left to put Floral Park up for good. Kyle Hilaire had a 4-yard touchdown run to cap a 11:53 drive in the third quarter. The Knights combined for 349 yards on 50 carries. Michael Mattich had nine tackles, and Cole Horan had eight tackles.

Roosevelt 40, Valley Stream North 15: Corey Bull ran for three touchdowns including one for 16 yards and another for 27, that fueled a 27-point opening quarter for Roosevelt. His last score came in the fourth on a 67-yard run. Kevon Hall rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown on seven attempts. Farrakhan Anderson had a 42-yard interception return. Oscar Gonzalez had six tackles and a sack.

Division 62, Glen Cove 26: Quarterback Vinny Inciarrano completed all ten of his passes for 227 yards and five touchdowns. He ran for 43 yards on six carries and a touchdown. George Hafner had five receptions for 107 yards with three touchdowns and an 84-yard kick return.

Lawrence 34, South Side 3: Danny Amaya opened the scoring for Lawrence with a 19-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Akym Land in the first quarter.

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Bethpage 28, Roslyn 0: Thomas Galgano completed five of seven passes for 88 yards and a touchdown. He added 37 rushing yards on nine carries and a touchdown. Galgano also led the Eagles defensively with seven tackles, including five solo.