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Alex Halaka's OT score, Lyle Smith's 185 yards, lead Southampton

Alex Halaka scored the game-winning touchdown on a 10-yard end around in the second overtime to lead Southampton to a 26-20 win over Greenport yesterday in Suffolk IV. Lyle Smith ran for 185 yards on 15 carries. Taylor Sanders completed 9 of 16 passes for 132 yards and a TD. Lyle Smith and Elijah Hutching had 15 tackles each. Tyler Alvarado had an interception and Danny Claud had a fumble recovery for the Mariners (2-6).

Mt. Sinai 13, Hampton Bays 7: Mark Donadio had a 55-yard TD run in the second to tie the game at 7 and Mike Donadio had a 3-yard TD run in the fourth to lead Mt. Sinai (7-1) over Hampton Bays (6-2) in Suffolk IV.

Shorham Wading-River 40, Stony Brook 21: Tyler Anderson ran for 183 yards and two TDs, including a 60-yard TD, to lead Shorham Wading-River (6-2) over Stony Brook (5-3). Avery Freidman gained 77 yards and a TD on six carries. Zach McAuley hit a 43-yard field goal.

Glenn 43, Port Jefferson 14: Matt Shanerman ran for three TDs and passed for another to lead Glenn (4-4). Shanerman also completed a 25-yard TD pass to Steve Orkiszewski. Mike Tufano took the second half kickoff 90 yards for a TD to make the score 43-0. Orkiszewski added an interception, and Brodie King had six tackles. Port Jefferson is 2-6.

Bayport-Blue Point 47, Wyandanch 0: Defensive back Eddie Somerville tied a school record with five interceptions to lead Bayport-Blue Point (3-5). Somerville tied a record set by Ryan Drzal in 2003, according to coach Eric Iberger. Somerville returned one interception 30 yards for a TD to give BBP a 19-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Anthony Preston had 12 carries for 79 yards and a TD and Nick Sessa added 67 yards and two scores on 11 carries.

Babylon 34, Center Moriches 0: Nick Santorelli completed 6 of 8 passes for 58 yards and a TD, and ran for 51 yards and a score to lead Babylon (8-0). Eric Schweitzer rushed for 112 yards and a TD. Jake Carlock had two interceptions, Brian LosKamp had two sacks and Tyler Christiansen had a sack, forced fumble and fumble recovery. Alex Malhas has converted a school-record 28 straight point-after kicks.

East Hampton/Bridgehampton 33, Mercy 14: Quarterback Cortland Heneveld rushed for 231 yards with three TDs on 17 carries to lead East Hampton/Bridgehampton (3-5). Heneveld opened the scoring with a four-yard TD run and gave the Bonackers a two-score lead in the second quarter with a 65-yard TD on an option run to the left side. Later in the second, Mercy had cut the lead to 19-14, but Peter Vaziri's 80-yard kickoff return broke the game open and made it 26-14. Vaziri also intercepted a pass in the fourth quarter to prevent Mercy from cutting into the lead. Mercy falls to 6-2.

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