Marisa Colacino forced a turnover and Shayna Pirreca scored the winner with eight seconds to play as Mount Sinai, the only undefeated girls lacrosse team in Suffolk, defeated Babylon, 6-5, Tuesday to complete a perfect season in Division II. Pirreca had a game-high three goals to help the Mustangs (15-0) overcome a first-half deficit.
Eastport-South Manor 11, Miller Place 8: Kristin Anderson gave ESM (10-3) the lead at 7-6 with 16:50 left in the second half in Division II. Dakota Mason led the Sharks with five goals and Rebecca Tooker had three draw controls and five ground balls.Bay Shore 20, Half Hollow Hills 11: Senior Cynthia Del Core had a career-high eight goals and one assist to lead Bay Shore (12-1) in Division I. Carly Cox had four goals and two assists.
Hicksville 14, Locust Valley 11: Natalie Badolato had six goals and Victoria Lomangino had 15 saves for Hicksville (7-2) in Conference II. Courtney Locurcio added five goals and one assist.Baldwin 11, Oceanside 10: Jessica Markowitz had four goals and one assist, including the winner with 1:08 left in the second overtime to propel Baldwin (4-5) in Conference II. Sarah Pulis scored with 1:04 remaining in the first overtime and Kelsey Cohen added her fifth goal of the game 12 seconds later to give Baldwin a 10-8 lead.Clarke 16, Floral Park 12: Jen Wahlig had five goals and three assists and Kristen Keller had six goals and an assist to lead Clarke (6-3) in Conference III.BOYS LACROSSE
Bay Shore 10, Patchogue-Medford 5:T.J. deLyra scored back-to-back goals in the third quarter to put Bay Shore (7-6) ahead 7-5 in Division I. Jake Sheets added six assists.
Smithtown East 15, Hauppauge 9: Joe Saggese had one goal and four assists and Brian Willetts added three goals as 12 different players registered a point for Smithtown East (11-2) in Division I. Kyle Gerfo won 9 of 13 faceoffs. Lynbrook 8, Hewlett 6:Gordon Purdie scored on a fast break off a feed from Brennan Gordon with 4:54 remaining to give Lynbrook (6-1) a 7-6 lead in Conference III. Matthew Murphy (three goals and one assist) scored with 1:50 remaining to seal the win.
Sewanhaka 6, Lawrence 5: Tyler Regnier scored the winner unassisted with 33 seconds left to lead Sewanhaka (3-4) from behind in Conference III. Peter Militano scored with 1:21 left and then again 40 seconds later off an assist from Regnier to tie the score.Carey 16, Mepham 7: Matt Robison had six goals and an assist and Nick Spillane had three goals and four assists to lead Carey (5-2) in Conference II.
St. John the Baptist 7, Sacred Heart 0: Gina Ciliberti defeated Cecelia Izzo, 21-4, 21-5, at first singles to lead St. John the Baptist (12-0) in CHSAA. Ciliberti, the three-time CHSAA player of the year, completed her third straight undefeated season. "She's very determined," St. John the Baptist coach Len Krebs said. "She's very good at spotting her shots and very quick on the court. People are just amazed at how well she plays, they just sit there in silence and watch." Ciliberti will be looking for her third straight victory in the CHSAA singles tournament on May 16 at 4 p.m. at St. John the Baptist High School.