10. Alba can read.

Seaford middle linebacker Andrew Alba made a great read on an Amityville pass in the flat jumped the route for a 17-yard interception return for a touchdown with 4:07 left in the half for a 20-7 lead in the Vikings' 34-20 LI Class IV victory. Watch game highlights | PhotosGame story

9. Anderson to Stone for six.

Seaford quarterback Rob Anderson fired a 74-yard touchdown pass to a leaping Chris Stone down the right sideline in the second quarter for a 13-7 lead. The spiral was in the air for 52 yards before Stone beat two defenders for the catch and ran the final 32 yards for the score. Watch game highlights | PhotosGame story

8. Bubbles for Hills West.

Wide receiver Damarr Aultman caught a bubble screen and bolted up the middle of the field untouched for a 50-yard touchdown in the third quarter of Hills West's 42-32 win over  Lawrence in the LI Class III title game. The score gave the Colts a 35-26 lead. Watch game highlights | Photos | Game story

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7. Foster-Felder for six.

Wide receiver Ashanti Foster-Felder caught a well-thrown 12-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Kevin Allen  in the back corner of the end zone to give the Red Devils a 31-14 lead in its 38-14 win over Floyd in the LI Class I title game. The fingertip catch was a beauty. Watch game highlights | PhotosGame story

6. Oops: Huge fumble in the red zone.

North Babylon was poised to snap a 6-6 tie but fumbled inside the Garden City 5 on a fourth and 1 run late in the third quarter. Although Bulldogs quarterback Brian Kennedy recovered his fumble, the ball was turned over on downs and Garden City prevailed, 9-6. Watch game highlights | PhotosGame story

5. The JeVahn Cruz run around the end. Speedy JeVahn Cruz sprinted around the left end on a quarterback keeper for a 64-yard touchdown run in the third quarter to give Half Hollow Hills West a 27-26 lead over Lawrence in the LI Class III title game. It looked like a little league play. Take the snap and run Forest, run. Watch game highlights | Photos | Game story

4. Big hit = defensive touchdown.

Leading 21-7, Seaford was airing it out, going for the killshot near the end of the first half in its LI Class IV final against Amityville. It was not to be. Backside pressure from Amityville's Robert Brooks, who laid a monstrous hit on Seaford quarterback Rob Anderson, forced his throw to go awry. The ball was first deflected by Chris Derrick and then intercepted by David Kinard, who ran it back46 yards for a touchdown with 49 seconds left in the half. The score got Amityville  within 21-14 at the break. Watch game highlights | PhotosGame story

3. Crushing hit on Lawrence back Barnett.

Damarr Aultman caught a short pass from quarterback JeVahn Cruz and cut back behind a wall of blockers to go 50 yards for Hills West's first score of the LI Class III championship. At the 25 yardline, speedy Kenny Barnett had the angle on Aultmann before Devante McFarland made a crushing block that decleated the Lawrence back. Barnett, who was motionless for two minutes, thankfully walked off under his own power and returned a short time later. It was unquestionably the hardest hit of the LICs. Watch game highlights | Photos | Game story

2. Super sophomore wins it.

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Sophomore Ryan Norton drilled a 38-yard field goal with 6:50 left in the fourth quarter of Garden City's 9-6 win over North Babylon in the LI Class II title game. It was his first field goal attempt of the season. Watch game highlights | PhotosGame story

1. The Garden City quick kick.

Coach Tom Flatley called for a quick kick on third down from the Trojans' 7 yard line in the fourth quarter of a 6-6 game in the Long Island Class II championship against North Babylon. Garden City's Billy Allen alertly recovered a fumble after it was intentionally touched by a North Babylon player at the Bulldogs' 24. The turnover led to the game-winning 38-yard field goal. Watch game highlights | PhotosGame story