Micki Wain scored in the first minute of overtime to lift Wheatley over Mineola, 13-12, on Wednesday in non-league girls lacrosse.

Hannah Woodward had five goals and an assist for the Wildcats and tied it at 12 with 1:30 remaining in regulation. Mineola led 12-10 before Jolie Katz scored with 2:30 left for Wheatley (2-1). Katz and Wain each had two goals and an assist.

Oyster Bay 17, Calhoun 14: Sisters Vanessa and Michelle Yu each scored six goals to lead Oyster Bay (1-0) in Nassau Conference II. Eighth-grader Jessica Layne had a goal in her varsity debut.

Seaford 10, Locust Valley 8: Jaclyn Grzelaczyk had two goals and two assists for Seaford (1-0) in Conference II. Allison Palermo and Shannon Duncan each added two goals and an assist.

Carle Place 9, Clarke 7: Lauren Smith had three goals and an assist and Elissa Frein had two goals and two assists to lead Carle Place (1-0) in Conference III. Lauren Nagy made 12 saves.

Lynbrook 14, Jericho 7: Molly Carter had five goals and two assists to lead Lynbrook (1-0) in Conference III. Gabrielle Patick added four goals and two assists.

Bellport 13, Center Moriches 12: Hailey Wagner scored the winner with 30 seconds left for Bellport (1-0) in Division II. Wagner and Annika Johnsen each had five goals.

Glenn 11, Deer Park 10: Monika Sivilli (four goals) scored the winner off an assist from Amelia Biancardi with 1:18 left for Glenn (1-0) in Division II. Biancardi had three goals and three assists.

Westhampton 11, East Islip 10: Bella Recchion had five goals and three assists, and scored the winner with 2:17 left for Westhampton (1-0) in Division II. Hailey Daleo, McKayla Hofmann and Caitlin Smith each added two goals.

Shoreham-Wading River 8, Rocky Point 6: Madison Farron scored four goals to lead Shoreham-Wading River (1-0) in Division II. Erin Triandafils added two goals and Lauren Daly made eight saves.

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Bayport-Blue Point 11, West Babylon 2: Nicole Copping scored five goals to lead Bayport-Blue Point (1-0) in Division II. Kelly Young scored twice, Kerrigan Miller had a goal and three assists, and Jill Rall made 10 saves.