A busy Tuesday night with first place on the line in many leagues. Here are some highlights.

CHSAA

The story of the night was Emma O'Connor. The Kellenberg senior led a big comeback for the Firebirds with 12 of her 22 points in a 21-6 fourth quarter in a 55-49 win over St. Anthony's in a battle of the top two team's in Newsday's top 10. O'Connor also had 10 steals and five assists. She is playing at a very high level this season. Katie Cunningham had 14 points and 10 assists. St. Anthony's led by 9 after a 23-16 third quarter. The CHSAA will be very fun to watch. 

St. John the Baptist defeated Holy Trinity, 62-24. Holy Trinity played without Katie Poppe (concussion) and Kelly Carey (wrist). Two other players were sick on Monday.

Suffolk

Three Doherty's showed up in the box score for Sachem East. Kristen had 28 points and seven steals, while sister Meagan scored 16 points and their cousin, Katie, scored 10 points.

Connetquot pulled off a big win in League II win as it tries to make a playoff push and is now 2-4 in the league after a 52-44 win over Sachem North. Nicole Caggiano wasn't in the box score and she has been bothered by injuries this season. Marissa Monaco scored 25 in the win.

Copiague used a 15-4 fourth quarter to beat Deer Park, 44-41. The Eagles play Smithtown West for first place in League IV on Thursday.

Bria Hartley had 37 points and seven assists and senior Katrina Plummer had a career-high 17 points for North Babylon in a 92-25 win.

Kings Park defeated Harborfields, 54-34, for first place in League VI. Harborfields led 9-2 after one quarter before Kings Park went on a 21-7 run in the second quarter. 

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Miller Place continues to lead League VI with a 6-1 record after a 64-43 win over Bayport-Blue Point.

Nassau

Who's the best team in Conference AA? Farmingdale is making a strong case at 9-1 and 4-1 in AA-I. The Dalers defeated Mepham 46-36 and has a big game against Uniondale Saturday. Kyra Ochwat scored 20.

Massapequa handed Uniondale its first league loss with a 41-40 win. Nikki Daly (13 points) hit a three-pointer with 42 seconds left in the game to give Massapequa a 41-38 lead. Lauren Birney hit  two free throws with 1:10 left to tie the score at 38. Massapequa trailed 33-24 heading into the final quarter.

Wantagh got a big win in Conference ABC-I with a 66-47 victory over Lynbrook. Kaleigh Craig had 23 points and 12 rebounds.

 A big night for Stefanie Klapper, who had 29 points and 13 rebounds to lead Roslyn to a 72-64 win over North Shore to move into second place in Nassau Conference ABC-II.