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Sean Cerrone scores three as Chaminade tops Ward Melville in boys lacrosse

Sean Cerrone had three goals and two assists as Chaminade topped defending state Class A champ Ward Melville, 10-5, in a non-league boys lacrosse game Saturday.

Cerrone scored one minute into the second quarter to give the Flyers a 5-0 lead and he added another with 9:16 left in the third that gave Chaminade an 8-1 advantage.

John Brennan and Sam Bonafede each had two goals and Jack Tigh added a score and two assists for the defending CHSAA AAA state champions.

Patrick Roarty had two goals and two assists and Danny Bucaro added two scores and an assist for Ward Melville.

Smithtown West 6, Garden City 1: Ryan Keenan and Christian Zawadzki each had two goals and an assist for Smithtown West. Zawadzki and Keenan scored the game's first two goals midway through the first quarter to give Smithtown West a 2-0 lead. Matt Heldberg had a goal and an assist, Alex DiSalvo added a score and Goalie Matt Smidt had eight saves in the win. Dale Stasco scored for two-time defending Class B state champ Garden City.

Half Hollow Hills West 6, Baldwin 4: Freshman Cameron Mule had three goals and an assist in his varsity debut for Half Hollow Hills West. Goalie Erik Mikelinich had 21 saves, including stopping 13 of 14 shots in the first half as the Colts took a 2-1 lead at the break. Ryan Ozsvath added two scores and Justin Cerniello had a goal and two assists in the win.

Bellmore JFK 10, Island Trees 3: Bellmore JFK's Nico Racalbuto scored four goals and had two assists for Bellmore JFK and Devon Phillips added three goals and four assists. Ian Morrison made five saves in the win.

Cold Spring Harbor 10, Hicksville 8: Ian Laviano and Riley Cox had three goals each for Cold Spring Harbor (1-1).GIRLS LACROSSENorth Shore 13, Cold Spring Harbor 12: Melissa Hart had two goals and an assist and scored the winner off a feed from Ali Biolisi with 4:32 left for North Shore in Nassau Conference I. Carly Comitino had five goals and an assist and Carlee Janelli chipped in three goals for North Shore.Wantagh 19, Massapequa 4: Brenna Connolly had eight goals and two assists for Wantagh in Conference I. Paige Craig and Nicole Sliwak each had four goals and an assist.

Garden City 6, Long Beach 2: Tara DeAngelo scored three goals and goalie Taylor Carpentier made seven saves to lead Garden City in Conference I.BASEBALLNewfield 1, Mt. Sinai 0: Joe Pepe stole third and scored on a throwing error on the same play in the top of the first inning to lift Newfield. Brandon Alberto pitched two hitless innings for the win.Great Neck North 4, East Rockaway 3: Tyler Fritzhand scored Jake Guggenheimer with the winning run on a single in the bottom of the sixth for Great Neck North. Fritzhand scored on a suicide squeeze in the fourth to tie the score at 3. Shaun Kaiman struck out five and scattered eight hits in a complete game and Tyler Weiss had three RBIs.

Island Trees 5, Wheatley 2: Andrew Kramer struck out seven, walked one, scattered eight hits and surrendered an earned run in a complete game for Island Trees. Rich Pinsent and Anthony Raucci each had two doubles in the win.

MacArthur 1, Regis 0: Adam Heidenfelder was the winning pitcher and he hit a solo home run to lift MacArthur.

SOFTBALLOyster Bay 7, Hicksville 2: Jackie Romeo hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning, Olivia Agostinello had a two-run homer in the fifth and Caroline Kelly went 2-for-3 with two runs for Oyster Bay. Agostinello also pitched a complete game in the win.

Mepham 4, Carey 1: Tonimarie Valeriano had a triple, a solo home run, two runs scored and three RBIs to lift Mepham. Valeriano also struck out nine and scattered six hits in a complete-game win.

Floral Park 11, Sewanhaka 3: Meagan Earley was 2-for-4, with two doubles, two RBIs and two runs scored for Floral Park. Earley walked two, allowed two earned runs, scattered five hits and struck out 10 in the win.

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