Oliveto, Gutierrez lead Sachem East over Ward Melville in boys soccer

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Vinny Oliveto scored in the first half and Chris Gutierrez had 12 saves to preserve the shutout as Sachem East (5-4) beat Ward Melville, 1-0, in a League I boys soccer game Thursday.Newfield 2, West Islip 1: Jesse Cole scored the winner with 19 minutes left as Newfield (6-1-2) clinched a playoff berth in League III.

Hicksville 3, Oceanside 0: Senior Kyle Poetzsch had the first hat-trick of his career to lead Hicksville (8-0-2) in Conference AA-I. Brian McPartland had five saves for his seventh shutout of the season.St. Anthony's 4, Kellenberg 1: Brendan Reardon had a hat trick and Joe Busuttil had two assists to lead St. Anthony's (6-0-1) in CHSAA. GIRLS SOCCER

Sayville 5, Islip 4: Madison Hoon had three goals and an assist as Sayville (8-0-1) rallied back from a 3-1 first-half deficit in League V.Mepham 2, Farmingdale 2: Maggie Fleming scored the tying goal with 16:53 left for Farmingdale (6-0-5) in Conference AA-I. Kelsey Simpson had a goal and one assist for Mepham (5-3-2).Long Beach 3, Great Neck South 0:

Emily Agudelo recorded the first hat trick of her career to lead Long Beach (6-5) in Conference AA-II. Jessica Shreck added two assists and Cathryna Hughes made 11 saves.

FIELD HOCKEY

Riverhead 1, Floyd 0: Amanda Graziano scored off a cross from Rebecca Reilly with 5:18 left in overtime for Riverhead (5-4) in Division III.

BOYS GOLF

Oceanside 8, Freeport 1: Drew Bader shot a 1-under 35 on the front nine at Merrick Golf Course to lead Oceanside (4-3) in Conference III.GIRLS TENNIS

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St. Mary's 4, St. John the Baptist 3:

Nicole Fischetti won, 6-4, 7-6 (10-8), in the deciding third singles match to lead St. Mary's (8-0) in CHSAA. St. Mary's clinched the top seed in the CHSAA playoffs, according to coach Patrick Welsh.

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