Rosie DiMartino's goal lifts Massapequa past Farmingdale, 1-0

Massapequa High School's Rosie DiMartino, right, gets pressured Massapequa High School's Rosie DiMartino, right, gets pressured by Oceanside's Sinead Lucey in the first half. (Oct. 24, 2011) Photo Credit: James Escher

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Rosie DiMartino scored in the 53rd minute to give Massapequa a 1-0 win over Farmingdale in Nassau Conference AA-I girls soccer Monday.

It was the 62nd career goal for DiMartino, who is now the school's all-time leader in goals. Katie Hatziyianis had 11 saves for her third shutout of the season for Massapequa (9-2-1).

Central Islip 1, Copiague 0: Karina Mejia scored six minutes into the first OT off a cross from Delfina Bracchi to give Central Islip (9-1-1) the win in Suffolk League VIII.St. John the Baptist 2, Sacred Heart 1: Sara Plowman scored off an assist from Kim LiVecchi with eight minutes left to give St. John the Baptist (7-2-3) the win in CHSAA.

BOYS SOCCER

Hauppauge 3, Comsewogue 2: Vincenzo Zuccala scored the winning goal off a through ball from Nick Scozzari with 1:28 left in the second overtime to lift Hauppauge (5-4-1) in Suffolk League IV boys soccer. Zuccala finished with two goals and Tom Crociata added two assists for Hauppauge.Our Savior New American 3, Lawrence Woodmere 2: Kyle Skowron scored off an assist from Nick Chindamo in the 62nd minute to give OSNA (8-2-1) the win in IPPSAL.FIELD HOCKEY

Centereach 2, Whitman 1: Amanda Barrett scored off a feed from Colleen Leahy with five minutes to go in overtime to give Centereach (6-4) the win in Suffolk Division I.Riverhead 3, East Hampton 2: Maria Dillingham scored the game-winner with 1:54 left in overtime to lift Riverhead (7-4) in Division III. Dillingham finished with three goals. East Hampton's Sophia DePasquali scored off a feed from Shannon McCaffrey with 17 seconds left to tie it.BOYS VOLLEYBALL

New Hyde Park 3, Sewanhaka 2: Eric Priest had 18 kills and 10 digs and Anthony Vaglica had 12 kills to lead New Hyde Park (5-8) in a 25-19, 25-6, 19-25, 22-25, 25-19 win in Nassau Conference VI.GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Calhoun 3, Oceanside 2: Alexa Weinblatt had three aces, Jackie Ras had four kills and Clare Murphy had three kills to lead Calhoun (13-0) to a 25-15, 14-25, 25-8, 21-25, 25-19 win in Conference AA-II. Valerie Monsen served seven straight points to open the fifth for Calhoun.GIRLS TENNIS

Serina wins division title. East Islip's Karen Serina defeated No. 2 Stef Ebow (Sayville), 6-4, 6-1, to capture the Suffolk Division II championship. It's the fourth straight division title for the top-seeded Serina. Third-seeded Kerrin Toner (West Babylon) beat unseeded Katie Molina (Copiague), 6-0, 6-7 (3-7), 6-0, in the third-place match.