Hickey's goal lifts Connetquot in double OT
Jessica Giangarra (two goals, one assist) scored off a pass from Tiffany Zullo to tie the score at 11 with 2:31 left in the second overtime and Jane Quinn had three goals, an assist, five interceptions and six ground balls for the Thunderbirds.
Smithtown West 10, Smithtown East 9: Nicki Heldberg scored three goals, and put Smithtown West (7-6) ahead for good at 7-6 with 11:29 left in the second half, and also had an assist.Patchogue-Medford 8, Commack 7: Ally Culhane (two goals) put Patchogue-Medford (7-6) ahead 8-6 with 4:00 left in the second half. Erika Flowers had two goals and an assist and Renee Negrin made 16 saves.Sachem North 11, North Babylon 9: Jessica Mazliah scored six goals, including the winner with 4:40 left, to lead Sachem North (7-6). Mazliah scored the last five goals for the Flaming Arrows.Lindenhurst 13, Longwood 9: Cooper Sesselman had four goals and two assists and Ashley Claud two goals and three assists to lead Lindenhurst (4-9).West Babylon 11, Floyd 4: Christina Esposito had four goals and four assists and Samantha Apuzzo six goals for West Babylon (11-1).Oceanside 13, East Meadow 11: Senior Danielle Montano had a career-high seven goals and had nine draw controls and Erica Brooks' goal with 5:59 left gave Oceanside (5-3) a 12-10 lead in Nassau Conference I.
Herricks 20, Great Neck South 13: Junior Sabrina Telmo had a career-high seven goals, plus two assists for a career-high nine points for Herricks (8-3). Victoria Marano had three goals, one assist and seven ground balls for Herricks, which clinched a playoff berth for the second time in program history.
Manhasset 12, Farmingdale 6: Halle Majorana had four goals and four assists to lead Manhasset (11-4) in non-league.Long Beach 11, St. John the Baptist 10: Melissa Rubin broke a 10-10 tie with 2:20 left for Long Beach (8-6) in non-league. Jillian Piazza had one goal and two assists and Catie Breglia had three goals.Calhoun 10, Baldwin 9: Rachel Tyson (two goals) scored the winner with 1:07 left to lead Calhoun (3-12) in non-league.Hicksville 17, New Hyde Park 12: Hunter Isnardi had two goals and four assists to lead Hicksville (6-5) in non-league.
St. Anthony's 13, Holy Trinity 3: Maggie Bill had three goals to lead St. Anthony's (9-0) in CHSAA.BOys lacrosse
Bellmore JFK 8, Carey 7: Ralph Faiella scored the winner with :18 left in overtime for Bellmore JFK (4-3) in Conference II. Alex Naftal made 16 saves.
Garden City 15, Calhoun 5: Justin Guterding had five goals and three assists and Devin Dwyer a goal and five assists to lead Garden City (7-0). Dwyer tied Garden City's school record for career assists with 193, according to coach Steve Finnell. The previous record was set in 2001 by Peter LeSueur.Oyster Bay 11, West Hempstead 7: Junior defenseman Jacob Atherholt scored his first varsity goal and had an assist and Pablo Rodriguez made 11 saves to lead Oyster Bay (2-6) in Conference IV.Sachem North 7, Half Hollow Hills East 6: Jack Gannon had two goals and an assist for Sachem North (10-3) in Division I.BOys volleyball
Chaminade 3, St. Anthony's 2: Junior Joe Trancho had a career-high 55 assists, Mike Walsh had 26 kills and Steven Stratford 23 kills and nine blocks as Chaminade (11-3) handed St. Anthony's its first CHSAA loss since 2009 with a 25-15, 24-26, 25-17, 20-25, 25-23 win.girls badminton
Roslyn 4, East Meadow 3: Alice Jung won the deciding match at third singles, 21-15, 21-7, to lead Roslyn (6-4) in Conference III.Freeport 5, Uniondale 2: Lakiea Simmons and Dawnielle Gibson defeated Toni O'Neil and Keisha Ragnauth, 17-21, 21-10, 21-11, at third doubles to lead Freeport (9-2).East Rockaway 5, Valley Stream North 2: Jill Koufos and Liz Quehn defeated Kiran Hameed and Samia Rahman, 26-24, 23-21, at fourth doubles for East Rockaway (7-5) in Conference V.girls golf
St. Anthony's 3, Our Lady of Mercy 2: Tina Chang shot 1-over-par 31 at Cantiague Park to lead No. 3 St. Anthony's (12-3-1) over No. 2 Our Lady of Mercy in the CHSAA semifinals. St. Anthony's will face No. 1 Sacred Heart in the finals Tuesday at Cantiague Park at 4 p.m.Sacred Heart 5, Holy Trinity 0: Stephanie Sullivan shot 5-over 35 at Cantiague Park to lead No. 1 Sacred Heart (14-1) over No. 4 Holy Trinity (6-7-2) in the CHSAA semifinals.