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Hur has 3 goals as Ward Melville girls stay unbeaten

Yuna Hur scored two of her three goals in the second half Monday as Ward Melville stayed undefeated in Division I girls lacrosse with an 11-9 win over Northport. Hur's second goal with 6:14 left gave the Patriots (6-0) a 10-9 lead. Ally Tilley had three goals and an assist and Emma Jehle made all eight of her saves in the second half for the Patriots.

Sachem East 20, Smithtown West 18: Corinne Donohue scored with five seconds left in the first overtime to put Sachem East (6-1) ahead in a Division I double-overtime game. Katie Trombetta had a career-high nine goals in the win.

Sachem North 9, Lindenhurst 8: Sam Brenkert scored the winner for Sachem North (4-4, Division I) with 5:27 left in the second on a pass from Nicole Dale (three goals, three assists). Brooke Basso tied the score at 8 for Sachem North with 6:26 left in the second, also on a pass from Dale.

Island Trees 18, Carle Place 13: Freshman Natalie Sulmonte had career highs in goals (eight) and assists (five) to lift Island Trees (1-2) in Nassau Conference 4C. Emily Lucas had four goals and an assist in the win.


Wheatley-Carle Place 6, Malverne-East Rockaway 4: Jim Baxter scored off a feed from Mike Romano with 4:30 left to give Wheatley-Carle Place (7-1) a 5-4 lead in non-league. Bryan Dennis won 11 of 14 faceoffs in the win. Bayport-Blue Point 17, Hauppauge 11: Brian Ward set career highs and school records in points (12) and goals (nine) in a single game to lead Bayport-Blue Point (4-1) in Division II.BOYS TENNIS

Hempstead 4, West Hempstead 3: Andre Gamaliel and Fahim Islam defeated Danny Finegold and Esiri Madagwa, 5-7, 6-4, 6-0, at fourth doubles to clinch for Hempstead (2-1) in both players' first year in varsity. Captain Frantz Charles defeated Kenny Robinson, 6-2, 6-1, 6-1, at second singles.


Great Neck North 4, Baldwin 3: Yvonne Lam and Julia Huang defeated Colleen Walsh and Ashley Johnson, 13-21, 21-8, 15-21, in the deciding match at first doubles for Great Neck North (2-1) in Conference II.

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