Tristan Etienne, Anthony McCoy combine for four TDs to lead Long Island Lutheran

Long Island Lutheran's Elijah Walters Long Island Lutheran's Elijah Walters Photo Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

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Tristan Etienne ran for 123 yards and two touchdowns and Anthony McCoy rushed for 113 yards and two scores to lead Long Island Lutheran in a 60-29 win over Great Neck South Saturday in Nassau V football.

Elijah Walters' 40-yard touchdown run gave the Crusaders (3-3) a 33-13 lead in the second quarter.

After Ben Lee's 45-yard touchdown pass to Eitan Agagi pulled Great Neck South within 33-22, Phil Henderson took the kickoff back 70 yards for a score for Lutheran. Mark Malpica caught the kickoff and handed it to Henderson, who reversed and burst up the sideline.

"He's recovering from hand surgery," Crusaders coach Chris Reno said of Henderson. "He had a pretty good first day back."

Walters ran for 63 yards and a touchdown and Justin Brown added 21 yards and a score. Freshman running back Traejon Barnes scored his first varsity touchdown. Linebacker Griff McNair made eight tackles and. Nick Gunderson had five stops.

Jericho 41, St. Dominic 0: Ben Wachtel ran for 177 yards and two touchdowns and Michael Calisto rushed for 93 yards and three touchdowns to lead Jericho (3-3).

Wachtel opened the scoring with a 30-yard TD run on Jericho's first series, and later scored from 38 yards to make it 34-0 in the third quarter.

Calisto had touchdown runs of 10 and 11 yards in the second quarter, helping the Jayhawks take a 27-0 lead at halftime.

Donnie Condon ran 72 yards for a touchdown. Alex Jerome made eight tackles to lead the defensive shutout. Azhar Gellani had seven tackles and Rio Lee made six stops for Jericho. St. Dominic is 1-5.

Friends Academy 35, Great Neck North 0: Tyronne Perkins ran for 88 yards and three touchdowns on eight carries, and returned the opening kickoff 95 yards for a score to lead Friends Academy (3-3).

Corey Goldgit completed 4 of 6 passes for 107 yards and a touchdown. Goldgit hit tight end Jack Forlines over the middle for a 64-yard touchdown to give the Quakers a 21-0 lead late in the first quarter.

Eli Rechler and Jalijah Daniels each had five tackles for Friends Academy.

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