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Christian Mueller helps Plainview JFK stun Freeport

Christian Mueller rushed for 113 yards on eight carries, including a 52-yard touchdown run in the first quarter to lead Plainview JFK to a 14-12 upset win over Freeport in Nassau I football Friday night.

Alec Abramowitz scored on a 10-yard run to cap a 73-yard drive in the second quarter to give Plainview JFK a 14-0 lead. Freeport scored with 1:07 left and they went for a two-point conversion and the pass failed. Plainview JFK recovered the ensuing onsides kick to seal the win. Max Friedman had 12 tackles and Chris Pastier had eight tackles to lead Plainview JFK.

"This is the biggest win in Plainview football history," Plainview JFK coach Chris Rogler said. Plainview JFK joined Nassau I in 1991. The highest seeded team they previously beat was seven. Freeport is seeded five and Plainview JFK is the lowest seed at No. 12.

Oceanside 42, Valley Stream Central 6: Tom Capone went 13-for-17 for 218 yards and threw four TDs and Justin Buckley rushed for two TDs for Oceanside. Vassilli Grigorakos had eight tackles for Oceanside.

East Meadow 41, Hempstead 6: Billy Andrle rushed for 121 yards on 13 carries and scored three TDs. Chris Buschi completed the only pass he threw for a 21-yard score to Bobby Bender. Andrle also led the team with 11 tackles and Chris Green added seven tackles with a sack for East Meadow.

Massapequa 52, Hicksville 8: Nick Capuana scored on a 32-yard TD run and a 33-yard interception return and finished with 70 yards on seven carries to lead Massapequa. Jack Korber scored three total TDs, two rushing and one receiving, and ran for 75 yards on 10 carries. Taylor Bocchiaro led the defense with eight tackles and a forced fumble.

Farmingdale 44, Syosset 0: Kevin Petit-Frere had seven carries for 32 yards and three TDs to lead Farmingdale. Mike Gregorvic had six tackles in the win.

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