Sachem East's Kristen Bagley (3) moves the ball upfield as...

Sachem East's Kristen Bagley (3) moves the ball upfield as Ward Melville's Vanessa Pryor (7) defends in the second half. (Sept. 20, 2011) Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

1. ST. ANTHONY'S FOOTBALL

Neither injuries nor opponents can slow down the Friars, who extended their L.I.-best winning streak to 23 with a 55-29 victory over Stepinac. Quarterback Pete Carew has been a leader for the Friars offense in every way.

2. BRENTOOD BOYS SOCCER

Brentwood extended its winning streak to 19 with a 4-0 win over Floyd as freshman Ever Torres had three goals and one assist. The streak came to an end with a 0-0 tie against Sachem East. The Indians have gone 28 games without a loss, dating to Sept. 20, 2010.

3. SACHEM EAST FIELD HOCKEY

The Flaming Arrows continued to roll, improving to 9-0. They edged rival Northport, 1-0, on Tuesday and Kristen Bagley scored three goals in Thursday's 6-0 win over Newfield.

4. MASSAPEQUA BOYS VOLLEYBALL

In a three-set win over Long Beach, Chris Husmann had 15 kills and the Chiefs maintained their undefeated record. They've won 22 consecutive sets.

5. NORTH SHORE GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

The Vikings continue to roll and are undefeated in league meets. Led by Brianna Nerud and Samantha Nadel, North Shore is poised to repeat as state champions.

6. GARDEN CITY FIELD HOCKEY

An eight-day layoff between games did nothing to slow the Trojans as seven players scored in a dominating performance against Floral Park. Garden City has outscored its opponents 29-2.

7. FREEPORT FOOTBALL

The defending Class I Long Island champs beat Farmingdale, 41-21, to stay perfect. Isaiah Barnes was 16-for-21 for 274 yards and two touchdowns, and ran for 149 yards and a TD. Evan Lapice (109 yards) and Jere Brown (94 yards) each caught a TD.

8. LINDENHURST GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Alyssa Marchino had 28 kills and Emily Clemens totaled 41 assists in the Bulldogs' two wins last week against Northport and Hills East. They've swept the past five matches and remain the top Class AA school on Long Island with an 8-0 record.

9. ST. ANTHONY'S GIRLS SOCCER

Keeper Danielle Maurice and the Friars defense have allowed CHSAA opponents to find the back of the net just once in eight games. A 3-0 week was highlighted by Taylor Salkowsky's tie-breaking goal with 5:00 left in a 2-1 win over Longwood.

10. SAYVILLE FOOTBALL

Another big game for Steven Ferreira, who completed 14 of 19 passes for 258 yards and two scores in a 40-13 win over Harborfields. Ferreira is 241 yards away from the all-time L.I. career record for passing yardage. The Golden Flashes host Bellport on Saturday.

On the outside looking in: Sayville field hockey, West Islip girls soccer, Lindenhurst boys volleyball, Lindenhurst girls volleyball, Glenn girls volleyball.

GIRLS TENNIS

1. Syosset (10-0)

2. HHH East (10-1)

3. HHH West (11-1)

4. Port Washington (9-2)

5. Mercy (11-2)

6. Harborfields (8-3)

7. Roslyn (6-2)

8. West Islip (11-1)

9. Ward Melville (10-0)

10. Westhampton (8-2)
 

FIELD HOCKEY

1. Sachem East (9-0)

2. Garden City (6-0-1)

3. Sayville (9-0)

4. Ward Melville (8-2)

5. Shoreham-Wading River (7-1)

6. Smithtown East (5-2)

7. Cold Spring Harbor (6-1-1)

8. East Islip (8-1)

9. Rocky Point (7-1)

10. Massapequa (5-2)
 

FOOTBALL LARGE SCHOOLS

1. St. Anthony's (4-0)

2. Freeport (5-0)

3. West Babylon (5-0)

4. Sachem North (5-0)

5. Garden City (5-0)

6. East Meadow (5-0)

7. Riverhead (5-0)

8. Longwood (4-1)

9. Floyd (4-1)

10. Wantagh (4-1)
 

FOOTBALL SMALL SCHOOLS

1. Sayville (5-0)

2. Glenn (5-0)

3. Bethpage (5-0)

4. Lawrence (4-1)

5. Lynbrook (4-1)

6. Locust Valley (5-0)

7. Mt. Sinai (4-1)

8. West Hempstead (5-0)

9. Westhampton (4-1)

10. Roosevelt (4-1)
 

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

1. Massapequa (8-0)

2. Lindenhurst (9-0)

3. Port Washington (7-1)

4. Plainview JFK (8-0)

5. Northport (7-1)

6. Eastport-South Manor (8-1)

7. Sachem North (6-2)

8. Roslyn (7-1)

9. Bay Shore (6-2)

10. Sachem East (6-4)

11. Floral Park (5-1)

12. Jericho (5-2)

13. Half Hollow Hills (5-3)

14. Smithtown East (4-2)

15. Whitman (3-3)
 

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

1. Lindenhurst (8-0)

2. Glenn (7-0)

3. Massapequa (7-0)

4. Wantagh (7-0)

5. West Islip (6-2)

6. Ward Melville (6-2)

7. Holy Trinity (7-0)

8. Smithtown East (8-1)

9. South Side (7-2)

10. Kings Park (9-1)

11. Kellenberg (6-1)

12. East Hampton (7-2)

13. Sayville (8-2)

14. Bellport (8-2)

15. Deer Park (7-2)
 

BOYS SOCCER

1. Brentwood (7-0-1)

2. Half Hollow Hills West (7-0-1)

3. Ward Melville (7-1)

4. St. Anthony's (7-5-1)

5. Chaminade (6-3-2)

6. Sachem East (7-0-1)

7. St. John the Baptist (6-1-2)

8. West Islip (7-0-1)

9. Syosset (6-3-1)

10. Hicksville (6-1-1)

11. Roslyn (5-0-3)

12. Massapequa (4-3-1)

13. Island Trees (7-0-1)

14. Smithtown West (6-1-1)

15. North Babylon (7-2)
 

GIRLS SOCCER

1. St. Anthony's (7-0-4)

2. West Islip (9-0-0)

3. Farmingdale (8-0-1)

4. Sayville (9-0-0)

5. Division (8-0-0)

6. South Side (6-1-2)

7. Northport (6-1-0)

8. MacArthur (6-2-0)

9. Sacred Heart (8-1-2)

10. Massapequa (4-2-3)
 

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

1. St. Anthony's

2. Smithtown

3. Harborfields

4. Port Washington

5. Northport
 

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

1. North Shore

2. Garden City

3. Northport

4. Ward Melville

5. St. Anthony's
 

GIRLS SWIMMING

1. Ward Melville

2. Garden City

3. Bellmore-Merrick

4. St. Anthony's

5. Long Beach
 

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