Caroline Tarzian scored six goals with four assists and Shannon Mangini six goals and one assist to lead host Garden City Thursday in an 18-15 Nassau Conference I girls lacrosse win over Farmingdale.

The matchup was between two defending state champs - Garden City (6-0) in Class B and Farmingdale (5-1) in Class A. Said Garden City coach Diane Chapman: "From day one, it's been a great team effort. People are stepping up and playing phenomenally."

Mikaela Rix added three goals for the Trojans and Kelly Weis made 17 saves. Melanie Raso had six goals and one assist for Farmingdale.

Sewanhaka 11, Hewlett 10: Jessica Santoli scored the winner with 1:40 left in the second half as Sewanhaka (4-1) rallied from a two-goal second-half deficit in Conference V. Gabby Ford's season-high ninth goal tied the score at 10 with 4:06 to play. Victoria Casso made 30 saves. Dani Kandel led Hewlett (4-3) with five goals and three assists.


Eastport-South Manor 11, Half Hollow Hills West 10: Colin Flaherty scored the winner 3:27 into the first overtime on an assist from Matt Prokesch for Eastport-South Manor (5-2), which led 10-4 in the third quarter of the Division II game. Kevin O'Shea capped a 6-0 run for Hills West (3-3) by scoring the tying goal with 2:27 left in regulation. Flaherty led ESM with five goals and one assist and Brian Schafer made eight saves.

Mount Sinai 10, Kings Park 9: Chad Marino, who finished with two goals and two assists, scored unassisted with 8:28 left in the fourth quarter to give Mt. Sinai (3-4) a 10-8 lead. Peter Natale led Mt. Sinai with five goals, and Matt Poillon made 15 saves. Patrick Lipari led Kings Park (4-3) with three goals and two assists.SOFTBALL

St. Anthony's sweeps. Sophomore Amanda LaRocca pitched a five-inning no-hitter, walking one and striking out 13 in her second varsity win as St. Anthony's (9-0) won Game 1 of a CHSAA doubleheader, 10-0, over St. Mary's. LaRocca walked the game's leadoff batter and retired the next 15 in a row. St. Anthony's won Game 2, 10-0.

Sacred Heart 15, St. Dominic 5: Jackie Hausner was 4-for-4 and hit for the cycle in five innings for Sacred Heart (4-5) in CHSAA. Christina Gambino went 4-for-6 with a double and two runs.

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