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Perettine hits the winner for Farmingdale

Cassie Perettine scored her only goal of the contest with 1:41 left Tuesday to break a tie and lift Farmingdale to a 13-12 win over Garden City in a non-league girls lacrosse game.

Amanda Turturro scored four of her six goals during a 10-4 second half for Farmingdale (10-0), and Olivia Kirk made 14 saves. Alexandra Bruno led Garden City with seven goals.

Mineola 16, Carle Place 13: Nikki Vella scored both of her goals in the first overtime and Kerri Medlock had three assists and seven goals, including the tying score with 3:00 left in regulation as Mineola (2-5) overcame a five-goal deficit in Nassau Conference 4C.F

riends Academy 20, Wheatley 12: Alexa Landow and Kelsey Denihan each had four goals and two assists for Friends (4-5, 2-4) in Conference 4C.

Bay Shore 17, Smithtown East 6: Sophomores Kyra Harney had four goals and an assist and Carly Cox added one score and four assists for Bay Shore (10-1) in Suffolk Division I.

Half Hollow Hills 11, Middle Country 8: Junior attack Alexis Maffucci had a career-high nine points (six goals, three assists) and Jillian Rocco had 11 saves to lead Half Hollow Hills (6-6) in Division I.

Smithtown West 14, Floyd 13: Hannah Junior scored her only goal of the game with 6:08 left to put Smithtown West (5-7) ahead 14-12 in Division I. Lauren Antonacci had five goals and an assist in the win.

St. Dominic 18, Portledge 12: Junior Jordan Coyne had career highs in goals (seven) and points (nine) to lead St. Dominic (9-3) in non-conference. Katie O'Brien also had nine points with five goals and four assists and senior Nicole Maher made a career-high 15 saves for St. Dominic, which beat Portledge for the first time in program history, coach Michelle O'Brien told Newsday.

BOYS LACROSSE

Syosset 10, Port Washington 9: Nick Hatzipetrakos scored off a feed from Andrew Keith with 3:05 left in the second overtime to lift Syosset (5-1) in Conference I. Keith had three goals and two assists and Alex Concannon scored off a feed from John Diaz with 35 seconds left to force overtime.

Clarke 17, West Hempstead 2: Anthony Gomes had five goals and five assists, Shane Wilson had four goals and four assists and Mike Martiello three goals and two assists, including the 100th of his career, for Clarke (4-3) in Conference IV.

Cold Spring Harbor 13, Locust Valley 7: Sean Doyle had six goals and one assist, Danny Simonetti had three goals and one assist and Kevin Porzelt scored twice in a three- minute span in the third quarter to make it 7-5 for CSH (8-0) in Conference IV. Giovanni Girardi won 19 of 21 faceoffs in the win.

Smithtown East 13, North Babylon 6: Brian Willetts had four goals and three assists and Jimmy Tenbrink a goal, two assists and 11 ground balls to lead Smithtown East (7-4) in Suffolk Division I.

St. John the Baptist 17, St. Mary's 7: Senior Austin Wylie scored a career-high six goals and had two assists and Tim Nowak had three goals and three assists to lead St. John the Baptist (5-3) in CHSAA.

BASEBALL

Massapequa 7, Oceanside 6: Rob Wallace's walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the seventh won it for Massapequa (10-1) in Conference AA-I. Nick Fannareon had a two-run single and Bobby Honeyman tied the score at 6 with a two-run single as Massapequa scored five runs in the seventh.

Calhoun 7, Carey 0: Frank Trimarco tossed a one-hitter, walked one and struck out 14 and Robbie Rosen had two hits and two RBIs for Calhoun (8-2) in Conference AA-III.

Manhasset 7, Lynbrook 5: Tyson Rodriguez's one-out, two-run double in the bottom of the sixth scored Charles Mack and Billy Riggin and gave Manhasset (7-5-1) a 7-5 lead in Conference A-IV. Mack tied it with an RBI double as the Indians overcame a 5-0 deficit. Lucas Pracher had a home run in the win.

Commack 8, Brentwood 2: Jesse Berardi and Keith Andrews each had two hits and two RBIs for Commack (11-3) in Suffolk League I.

SOFTBALL

Carle Place 2, Wantagh 0: Ashley Cole tossed a two-hitter with no walks and 11 strikeouts for Carle Place (8-1) in Conference ABC-II. Taylor Ruscillo went 1-for-3 with an RBI in the win.

Babylon 5, Port Jefferson 0: Tiana Giuliano threw a four-hitter, walked one and struck out seven, Christine Desiderio went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and Marisol Rivas went 2-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored to lead Babylon (10-0) in a Suffolk League VII/VIII crossover.

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