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Anthony Sbarro powers Hauppauge over Deer Park

Corey Wood hit a three with about two minutes left in the second overtime and C.J. Capilets went 5-for-6 from the line in the period to win it for Hauppauge (8-5), which defeated Deer Park, 82-75 Tuesday in League IV boys basketball. Anthony Sbarro hit a layup at the buzzer off an inbounds pass to tie it at the end of the first OT. Sbarro scored 14 of his 24 points in overtime and added 15 rebounds, while Capilets finished with 23 points.

Bellport 60, West Babylon 59: Andrew Trent hit two free throws with eight seconds left to put Bellport (5-8) ahead 60-59. Dylan Overton had a game-high 26 points and five rebounds.Copiague 83, Comsewogue 41: Senior Eric Garr had a career-high 21 points and added six assists and six steals to lead Copiague (9-4).

Ward Melville 57, Floyd 54: Jake Kepes made one of two free throws with four seconds left to seal the win for Ward Melville (8-5) in League I. Kepes finished with 18 points, seven of which came in the 13-13 fourth quarter. Jesse Smith added 14 points and nine rebounds.

Riverhead 72, Smithtown West 71: Quinn Funn's layup with 45 seconds left gave Riverhead (11-2) a 72-67 lead in League III. Markim Austin had 20 points and eight rebounds and Brandon Tolliver had 13 points and 13 rebounds. Ryan Hickey's four-point play pulled Smithtown West within 1 with 12 seconds left.

North Babylon 68, Smithtown East 67: North Babylon stole two consecutive inbounds passes with fewer than 40 seconds remaining and converted each to take a 68-65 lead. Cortland Speight led the Bulldogs (9-4) with 22 points and Kamal Lewter added 18.

Bridgehampton 82, Pierson 71: Jason Hopson scored 32 points with 14 rebounds for Bridgehampton (7-6), which clinches a playoff berth in League VIII. Joshua Lamison had 21 points and 15 rebounds, while Devin Bevard added 19 points. Pierson's Forrest Loesch had 33.Farmingdale 60, Massapequa 58: Dalique Mingo (26 points) hit a jumper with seven seconds left to win it for Farmingdale (9-1) in Conference AA-I. Alex Cosenza had tied the score at 58 for Massapequa with 12 seconds remaining. Kevin Petit-Frere added 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Dalers.MacArthur 59, Valley Stream Central 57: Andrew Seniuk had eight of his team-high 16 points in a 12-point fourth quarter for MacArthur (1-9), which held off a surging Valley Stream Central in Conference AA-II. Sophomore Ryan Cunningham tied a career-high with 14 points.

Baldwin 64, Plainview JFK 53: Travais Hylton had 21 points for Baldwin (10-1), which clinches at least a tie for the Conference AA-II title. Eric Mack added 18 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and five blocks. West Hempstead 65, Mineola 55: Senior Vinny DiLorenzo had 16 points and a career-high 23 rebounds to lead West Hempstead (9-2) in Conference A-IV. Friends Academy 58, Wheatley 55 (OT): Kellan Sehring scored a putback off a free throw early in overtime to put Friends Academy (10-2) ahead for good in Conference BC. Kevin Martins hit a runner in the lane with 1.4 seconds to tie it for Wheatley at the end of regulation. Friends' Jack Forlines finished with 17 points and hit two free throws in OT to ice the win.

Malverne 56, Locust Valley 55: Aaron Jackson hit two free throws with 15 seconds left to put Malverne (6-6) up 56-53. He finished with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Jarmel Richardson added 16 points, with four threes, and added four assists.

Cold Spring Harbor 50, Carle Place 46 (OT): Wes Szajna had 10 of his career-high 29 points in overtime to help give Cold Spring Harbor (5-7) the win. Szanja also added five assists and four rebounds. Lucas Golon of Carle Place hit a layup with 17 seconds left in regulation to tie it.


Oyster Bay 14, Manhasset 3: Jason Halpern defeated William Juang, 5-2, in the deciding epee bout to lead No. 2 Oyster Bay (11-2) over No. 7 Manhasset in the Nassau quarterfinals. The Baymen will compete in the semifinals at 10 a.m. Saturday at Great Neck South.

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