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Aki's OT goal leads Eastport-South Manor

Tyler Aki scored the winning goal with 1:44 left in overtime Wednesday as Eastport-South Manor edged Miller Place, 11-10, in Suffolk Division II boys lacrosse.

Aki had five goals and two assists and Pat Kenneally and his brother Tom each had two goals and an assist for ESM (8-5).

ESM led 9-6 after three periods, but Miller Place outscored the Sharks 4-1 in the fourth to force overtime. James Nielsen led Miller Place with two goals and four assists.

Huntington 11, Sayville 7: Dan Plant had four goals and T.J. Greenhill made 16 saves to lead Huntington (9-5) in Division II.

Cold Spring Harbor 16, West Hempstead 2: Andrew Weissberg had four goals and Sean Doyle had two goals and four assists to lead Cold Spring Harbor (9-0) to the Nassau Conference IV title.

Elmont 13, Herricks 5: Brandon Brown had five goals and one assist and Qusam Caldwell added a goal and four assists to lift Elmont (3-5) in Conference II.

Manhasset 14, Floral Park 6: Quinn Moroney had five assists to lead Manhasset (8-0) in Conference III.


Farmingdale 17, Massapequa 12: Colleen Reynolds had six goals and two assists as Farmingdale (9-0) won the Nassau Conference IA title. Amanda Turturro added five goals and one assist and Olivia Kirk had 11 saves for the Dalers.

Oceanside 5, Syosset 4: Shannon McGuinness scored the winning goal with 13:39 left in the game for Oceanside (6-3) in Conference IA. Courtney Collins tied the score at 4 for the Sailors, who trailed 4-2 earlier in the second half.

Long Beach 8, South Side 7: Hannah Sofield scored her only goal of the game from 8 meters with 3:45 left to win it for Long Beach (9-6, 5-5) in Nassau Conference 2B. Jacklyn Marry made her 11th save of the game with less than 10 seconds remaining to seal the win, and Catie Breglia had three goals.

Manhasset 13, Garden City 9: Julia Glynn scored five goals and Halle Majorana added three assists to lead Manhasset (12-4) in Conference 2B.Kellenberg 23, Our Lady of Mercy 9: Senior Sarah Croutier had a career-high 12 points (eight goals, four assists) to lead Kellenberg (4-5) in CHSAA.

St. Dominic 13, Mary Louis Academy 7: Jordan Coyne, Kiera Coyne and Julia LoRusso each scored twice and Katie O'Brien had three goals and three assists as St. Dominic (5-0) stayed undefeated in CHSAA.


South Side 5, Roslyn 4: Ben Hoefer drove in David Hawley on a fielder's choice in the bottom of the seventh to win it for South Side (13-4) in Nassau Conference A-II. Vinny Tyers scored Eddie Tammaro with a run-scoring double in the bottom of the sixth to tie the score at 4 for South Side. Ed Farington struck out four, scattered four hits and walked one in a complete game for the Cyclones.

Hewlett 1, Division 0: Pat Pasculli scored from second in the bottom of the ninth on a bunt single by Jason Cecchetelli that got past a charging infielder to give Hewlett (4-13) the win in Conference A-III. Luchiano Morello pitched a five-hitter with five strikeouts and no walks to earn the win. Mark Martinez took a perfect game into the sixth for Division and went 8 2/3 innings, allowing two hits.


Holy Trinity 4.5, St. John the Baptist 2.5: Andrew Rosch shot 1-under 35 and Steve Plezia shot a 36 to lead Holy Trinity (10-2) on the front nine at Eisenhower Park White in CHSAA.

Friends Academy 9, North Shore 0:Christian Fitzgerald shot 1-over 36 to lead Friends Academy (6-3) on the front nine at Nassau Country Club in Nassau Conference II.


Smithtown East 7, Commack 2: Carly Peters shot 3-over 35 on the front nine at Dix Hills Park for Smithtown East (12-0) in Suffolk League I.


New Hyde Park 4, Oyster Bay 3:Ryan Cariaso and Stanly Johnson defeated Tyler Ozkan and Drew Darkin in the deciding at first doubles, 6-4, 7-5, to lead New Hyde Park (5-9) in Nassau Conference III.


Chaminade 3, St. John the Baptist 2: Junior Joe Trancho had a career-high 57 assists, Steven Stratford had 17 kills and five blocks, Mike Walsh had 17 kills and four blocks, and Kevin Joyce had 16 kills and two blocks to lead Chaminade (12-3) to a 25-23, 19-25, 24-26, 25-17, 27-25 win in CHSAA.


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