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Alyssa Amorison's winner in 2OT lifts Huntington

Alyssa Amorison scored off an assist from Alexis Thompson with two minutes left in the second overtime to give Huntington a 16-15 win over Kings Park in Suffolk Division II girls lacrosse Monday.

Kings Park's Rachel Slagle scored with 43 seconds left in the first overtime to tie it at 15 and force the second extra session. Hannah Burnett scored with 20 seconds left in regulation, tying the score at 12 to force overtime for Huntington.

Amorison had two goals and five assists, Thompson had four goals and six assists, and Burnett six goals and two assists for Huntington (5-1).

Babylon 16, Harborfields 12: Junior Shelby Fredericks had six goals and seven assists and senior Devyn Antolini had five goals and four assists to lead Babylon (5-1) in Division II.Holy Trinity 22, Mineola 17: Junior Caroline Finnen had a career-high nine goals and added one assist and senior Tara McQullian had a career-high eight goals with three assists to lead Holy Trinity (3-3) in non-league.Hewlett 16, Sewanhaka 3: Eighth-grader Kristen DeCicco had four goals and matched a school record with five assists to lead Hewlett (2-4) in non-league action. Emily Cohen added four goals in the win.


Sachem North 10, Bay Shore 9: Joe Caridi (four goals, two assists) scored with 1:09 left in overtime to win it for Sachem North (3-3) in Suffolk Division I. Jake Sheets scored with 19 seconds left in regulation to tie the game for Bay Shore and force overtime. Mike Calvagna won 12 of 17 faceoffs. West Islip 7, Northport 6: Kevin Braddish scored with 1:58 left for West Islip (5-1) in Division I. Ryan Wieczorek and Trevor Bovich each scored two goals. Glen Cove 10, Malverne-East Rockaway 8: Rakim Lilly and Tajah Garner each scored two goals for Glen Cove (2-0) in Nassau Conference III. Mepham 9, Great Neck North 6: Chris Vento and Matt Byrne each had three goals and an assist to lead Mepham (3-2) in non-league. baseball

Carey 4, Elmont 3: Anthony Catapano's ground-rule double scored James Harrison in the bottom of the eighth inning for Carey (6-3) in AA-IV. Catapano was 2-for-4 with two doubles and Darren Rodriguez went 1-for-3 with a homer. Frank Licciardi allowed three runs and struck out nine in seven innings in a no-decision. Erick Vilchez pitched a scoreless eighth inning to get the win.

Sewanhaka 11, Westbury 0: Brian Murphy tossed a one-hitter with two walks and 12 strikeouts to lead Sewanhaka (7-0) in Countywide Conference. Murphy lost the no-hit bid on a single in the seventh. Dave Johnston had three hits and four RBIs in the win.

Patchogue-Medford 4, Ward Melville 0: Dan Tierney struck out 11 and walked two in a two-hitter to lift Patchogue-Medford (5-4) in Suffolk League I. Tyler Conlon's RBI single in the fourth drove in Rich Ciufo and gave Pat-Med a 1-0 lead. Matt Vogel added a two-run double in the fifth.

West Islip 2, Smithtown West 1: Joe Loverso scored Dan Daley on a suicide squeeze in the bottom of the eighth to win it for West Islip (4-4) in Suffolk League III. Dan Jagiello struck out six, walked two and gave up three hits in a complete game.


New Hyde Park 2, Floral Park 0: Kristin Hickey went 3-for-3 and scored Jessica Vadala with a single in the third that gave New Hyde Park (5-0) a 1-0 lead in Nassau Conference ABC-III. Danielle Plomitallo plated Nicole Campbell with a single in the fourth for the final margin. Nicole DeCola struck out four in five innings for the win.

Carle Place 4, Valley Stream North 2: Kaitlyn Davis tossed a four-hitter with six strikeouts and had a solo homer in the bottom of the fifth that gave Carle Place (2-3) a 3-2 lead in Nassau Conference ABC-III. Taylor Ruscillo went 3-for-4 with a solo homer in the win.

Patchogue-Medford 3, Commack 2: Liz Rohme scored Samantha Van Dorn with a single in the bottom of the seventh, capping a three-run, two-out rally for Pat-Med (3-3) in Suffolk League I. Sierra Cardenales drove in Caitlyn Burgbacher to tie the score at 2. Kim Fazio pitched four innings of scoreless relief for the win.

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