Val Oyakhilome had 30 points and 17 rebounds and powered Lindenhurst to its third straight win, 60-55, over visiting Half Hollow Hills East in a Suffolk League II girls basketball game Friday.
Oyakhilome is averaging 24.2 points and 15.1 rebounds over the last three games for Lindenhurst (6-4), which clinched a playoff berth with the victory. Randi Zorn chipped in 11 points and 10 rebounds in the win.
Ashley Walker scored 19 for Hills East.
Southampton 50, Hampton Bays 41: Kesi Gore had 10 points and 10 rebounds, Paris Hodges 15 points and six rebounds, and Carley Guida 13 points and five assists to lead Southampton (13-3, 10-0) in League VII.Wyandanch 43, Mercy 30: Symphony Paschall finished with eight points and 11 rebounds and Briana Lampkins scored all nine of her points on three-pointers during a 19-3 second quarter to lift Wyandanch (2-7) in League VII.Ross 38, Smithtown Christian 25: Kendall Scala scored 12 points, including six during an 11-0 second quarter as Ross (1-10) picked up its first League VIII win. Scala added 10 rebounds and Gabby Ment chipped in with 10 points and nine rebounds.Stony Brook 41, Port Jefferson 38: Keara Vancol had 18 points and 17 rebounds, Ariana Odom 15 points and 12 rebounds, and Madison Rylands 10 rebounds to lead Stony Brook (9-1) in League VIII.Calhoun 40, Bellmore JFK 37: Kim White hit a jumper with 1:10 left to put Calhoun ahead, 38-37, and Caitlyn Wigand hit two free throws with 25 seconds left to seal it for Calhoun (3-8) in Nassau Conference AA-III. Nora Charidah scored 13 to lead Calhoun.
Long Beach 56, Carey 49: Molly Martin had 16 points, Mary McDonagh 15 points and Liz Rourke (10 points) went 5-for-6 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to lead Long Beach (9-2) in Conference AA-III.St. Anthony's 74, St. John the Baptist 54: Senior Rebecca Musgrove scored a career-high 31 points to lead St. Anthony's (8-1) in CHSAA. Tyla Parham added 14 points in the win.BOYS BASKETBALL
Oceanside 69, Syosset 47: Hunter Sabety had 27 points, 20 rebounds and 11 blocks and Casey Kelly chipped in nine points to lead Oceanside (4-5) in Nassau Conference AA-I.Baldwin 69, Valley Stream Central 55: Eric Mack had 19 points, 13 blocks and 10 rebounds and Travais Hylton had 18 points, seven assists, seven rebounds and five steals to lead Baldwin (9-1) in Conference AA-II.Port Washington 54, East Meadow 49: Matt Siegel (five points) hit two free throws with eight seconds left to provide the final margin for Port Washington (6-3) in Conference AA-II. Josh Gordon scored 14 points and Jermaine Brown had 10 rebounds in the win. Floral Park 58, Valley Stream South 52: Kevin Cluess had 27 points and Jordan Butler hit a layup late in the fourth quarter to give Floral Park (5-3) a 56-52 lead in Conference A-III. G.K. Klaum added 15 points in the win.
Mineola 54, Seaford 49: Brian Gaffney had 13 points, including a three-pointer with three minutes left to give Mineola (8-1) a 47-46 lead in Conference A-IV. Malcom Brown (13 points) hit a three and added two free throws to make it 52-46 with 1:38 left. Mike Waszychuk had 15 points in the win.West Hempstead 66, Roosevelt 57: Tyree Glascoe had 20 points and seven assists, Vinny DiLorenzo 10 points and 10 rebounds, and Darren Davy finished nine points and 12 rebounds for West Hempstead (8-2) in Conference A-IV.Brentwood 52, Longwood 45: Femi Olujobi had 20 points, 15 rebounds, 10 blocks and went 10-for-10 from the free-throw line and Mike Almonacy had 25 points as Brentwood (11-1) clinched the Suffolk League I title.Shelter Island 39, Bridgehampton 34: Matt Belt-Capollino had 16 points and Nathan Mundy and Hunter Starzee each added six points and seven rebounds to lead Shelter Island (6-6) in League VIII to its first win over Bridgehampton since 1969, according to coach Mike Mundy.
Portledge 75, Waldorf 73: Terence Simpson scored 13 of his 33 points during a 24-18 third quarter to lift Portledge (6-2) in IPPSAL. Simpson added 13 rebounds and seven assists, Matt Goldstein had 12 points and 15 rebounds and Kyle Flowers had 10 points and five assists for the Panthers.