Matthew Oehl's goal in second OT lifts Connetquot

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Matthew Oehl scored off a feed from Tyler Nason with 1:30 left in the second overtime to lift Connetquot over Half Hollow Hills East, 16-15, Monday in Suffolk Division I boys lacrosse.

Tyler Rifice's unassisted goal had tied it at 15 with nine seconds left in regulation for Connetquot (7-2).

Mike Gay had four goals and two assists to lead the T-Birds. Rifice added four goals and Nason had three goals and two assists. Joe Scocco made 17 saves in the win. Nick Pellegrino had four goals and three assists for Hills East.

Mattituck/Greenport/Southold 8, Deer Park 7: Kevin Izzo (two goals) scored the winner with 27 seconds left in regulation for Mattituck/Greenport/Southold (3-6) in Division II. Connor Stumpf and Jack DiGregario each scored two goals.

Lindenhurst 18, North Babylon 13: Senior Mike Renick had a goal and a career-high eight assists to lead Lindenhurst (5-3) in Division I. Junior Mark Marchino had a career-high five goals and junior Brandon Larnaitis scored his first goal.girls lacrosseHalf Hollow Hills 9, Ward Melville 7: Alexis Maffucci had four goals and an assist to lead Half Hollow Hills to its first win over Ward Melville in "at least 13 years," according to coach Lori Horbach.

Cara Pascarella scored twice, Julia DiMaria had a goal, an assist and eight draw controls, and Jillian Rocco made 14 saves for the ThunderColts (5-3) in Division I. Yuna Hur scored three goals for Ward Melville (6-2).

West Babylon 10, Northport 7: Samantha Geiserbach had six goals and two assists and Samantha Apuzzo added three goals to lead West Babylon (5-3) in Division I.

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Eastport-South Manor 6, East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson 5: Marissa Gurello and Jackie Wasilko each scored twice and Samantha Giacolone made eight saves for Eastport-South Manor (4-3) in Division II.

Jericho 15, Malverne/East Rockaway 9: Sophomore Sydney Adler had a career-high 10 points (five goals and five assists) to lead Jericho (3-3) in non-league.St. Mary's 8, Archbishop Molloy 7: Alyssa James' goal with five minutes left put St. Mary's ahead 8-6, and Jessica Bishop (10 saves) made a stop with 45 seconds left for the Gaels (3-1) in CHSAA. Nicole Fischetti had two goals and two assists.

St. John the Baptist 18, Holy Trinity 13: Kaitlyn Montalbano had eight goals and six assists and Morgan Jaycox had four goals and five assists to lead St. John the Baptist (2-2) in CHSAA. Defender Faith Daley had four draw controls, three caused turnovers and two ground balls.

Cold Spring Harbor 13, Sacred Heart 10: Holly Logan had four goals and five draw controls and Ashley Lynch had three goals and two assists for Cold Spring Harbor (7-2) in non-league.

Portledge 16, Nightingale-Bamford 7: Allaire Gahagan and Ceci Mulry each had five goals and an assist for Portledge (4-2) in non-league. boys tennisDeer Park 4, Brentwood 3: Kevin Cochran and Matt Montanez defeated Sean Rivera and Jason Morales, 6-1, 5-7, 6-2, in second doubles to lead Deer Park (7-2). Freeport 4, Lawrence 3: Yu Chen Liu and Kyle Merchant beat Jon Rutchik and James Schneider, 6-0, 4-6, 7-5, in third doubles for Freeport (4-4). BOys trackMassapequa 114.5, Baldwin 103.5, Hicksville 21, Syosset 15: Ryan Cooney won the 3,200 meters (10:31.3) and 800 (2:01.1) for Massapequa (9-1). Baldwin's Trayvon Mask won the 400 hurdles (58.4) and the 400 (50.7).girls trackShoreham-Wading River 78, Southampton 71: Kaitlyn Ohrtman won the 800 (2:27), the 1,500 (5:08.3) and the 3,000 (11:14.5) to lead Shoreham-Wading River (5-0).BOys volleyballKellenberg 3, St. Anthony's 0: Michael Fulop had 10 kills and 20 digs, Bobby Kovalsky had nine kills and Phillip Bies added 23 digs and five aces to lead Kellenberg (8-0) in a 25-9, 25-13, 25-20 win in CHSAA.

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