Fraher leads Bethpage to Nassau gymnastics title

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Freshman Alexis Fraher scored 36.925 in the all-around, including 9.5757 on her front-front vault to lead Bethpage gymnastics to its third straight Nassau County championship Tuesday. The Golden Eagles outscored second place Plainview, 174.775-169.250. Wantagh's Brianna Quinn scored a meet-high 37.050 in the all-around.

"This is the sweetest feeling in the world and the best one yet," Bethpage senior captain Jamie Kaletcher said.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Floyd 56, Smithtown West 55: Niasha Houpe hit a layup off a pass from Courtney Murphy with 14 seconds remaining to lift Floyd (9-10) in a Suffolk Class AA outbracket game. Jalisa Giles scored 10 of her 17 points in the fourth quarter. Houpe had 14 points and 17 rebounds and Murphy 14 points, eight rebounds and five assists.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Hicksville 73, East Meadow 72: Michael Osmundsen hit a layup at the overtime buzzer to lift Hicksville (10-2) in Conference AA-II. Nick Petrucelli finished with 21 points, seven rebounds and five assists, and T.J. Danns had 24 points and five rebounds. East Meadow's Joe Campay had 27 points, including a jumper with two seconds remaining that forced overtime.

GIRLS BOWLING

St. Dominic 3, St. Anthony's 0: Bailey Lubrano rolled 230 in Game 2 of a 514 series and Katy Rebollo shot 168 in Game 1 of a 496 series as No. 5 St. Dominic beat No. 4 St. Anthony's 896-772, 820-691, 796-646 in the CHSAA quarterfinals.

RIFLERY

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Massapequa 1,120, Valley Stream District 1,108: Thomas Sarant of Massapequa shot 288 to win the Nassau County individual championship and lead Massapequa to the team championship with a 1,120-1,108 win over second-place Valley Stream District at the Roslyn Rifle and Revolver Club. Massapequa's Erin Kohler took third in the individual championship with 281 and Matthew McKeown took fourth with 278. Valley Stream's Danielle Cuomo took second with 285 and Melissa Schmidt was fifth with 278. Freeport was led by Kiara Medina, who took eighth with 268.

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