Caitlin Cosme's two goals led Herricks to a 3-2 girls soccer win over previously unbeaten Syosset in Nassau AA-II. Her second goal came on an assist from Casey Connors with 20 minutes remaining and put Herricks (4-3-2) up 3-1.

Lynbrook 2, Bellmore JFK 1: Erin Loonie scored two second-half goals, both on headers after crosses from Sydney Amato, to lead Lynbrook (7-0) back from a 1-0 deficit in Nassau AB-II.Cold Spring Harbor 2, North Shore 1: Katie Hudson one-touched Nicole Mormile's corner kick midway through the second half to break a 1-1 tie and lift Cold Spring Harbor (2-2-3) in Nassau AB-II.

Smithtown West 2, Smithtown East 0: Alicia D'Aoust's goal and assist led Smithtown West (7-2-2) in Suffolk III. Smithtown West has posted eight straight shutouts.Portledge 4, Waldorf 0: Marissa Stanco scored three goals for her second hat trick in as many days to lead Portledge (6-1-1) in PSAA.BOYSMalverne/East Rockaway 3, Island Trees 2: Juan Romero scored three goals, including the game-winner in Nassau ABC-III with 20 seconds left off Dominic Clare's cross, to lead Malverne/East Rockaway (1-6-1) to its first league win in 16 years and its first-ever victory over Island Trees, according to coach Lew Lattari.

Mineola 1, Friends Academy 0: Dimas Cabrera scored off Miguel Granados' cross in the 29th minute to lead Mineola (4-3-1) to its fourth straight win in Nassau ABC-III.Wheatley 2, Clarke 1: Pedro Lamarre took a ball over the top and finished a breakaway in the 63rd minute to break a tie at 1 and lead Wheatley (7-2) in Nassau ABC-III.

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Bay Shore 3, Copiague 0: Kevin Martinez scored in the 39th, 60th and 65th minutes to lead Bay Shore (3-7) in Suffolk II. Eastport-South Manor 1, Hauppauge 0: Aleks Cusumano assisted Ryan Richer's winner in the first half of the Suffolk IV match to clinch a playoff spot for Eastport-South Manor (7-3).

East Islip 1, Half Hollow Hills West 0: Adam Raso scored from 16 yards out to help East Islip (7-3) clinch a playoff spot, according to coach Ray Lang.