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HS football roundup: Bailey Kolovich’s pick-6 leads Islip to shutout win

Bailey Kolovich returned an interception 18 yards for a touchdown, and added a second interception that set up Nick Barry’s 6-yard touchdown run as Islip defeated previously unbeaten West Babylon, 20-0, in Suffolk III football Wednesday for its first win of the season.

Kolovich’s 18-yard return for a score gave Islip a 9-0 lead. Kris McDonald, who was 2-for-2 on PATs, also drilled field goals of 36 yards (in the first quarter) and 37 yards (in the fourth). Islip (1-3) had four interceptions. West Babylon is 3-1.

Sterling Fitz-Henley had an interception and added 81 rushing yards on 13 carries. Barry had 69 yards on 15 carries and Val Roselli had 48 yards on 10 carries.

Ward Melville 35, Commack 19: Nick Messina had 23 carries for 305 yards and four touchdowns to lead Ward Melville in Suffolk I.

Messina had touchdown runs of 7, 15, 45 and 75 yards, and also had an interception. Peyton Capizzi completed seven passes for 73 yards, including a 15-yard touchdown to Liam Davenport.

Stephen Torrico had two sacks for the Patriots (3-2).

Westhampton 42, E. Islip 19: Dylan Laube ran for 155 yards and three touchdowns on nine carries to lead Westhampton (4-0) in Suffolk III. Tyler Nolan ran for 102 yards and a touchdown on seven carries and Joe Sarno ran 10 times for 93 yards and a score.

Nolan Quinlan caught a 39-yard touchdown and had six tackles and a sack. Charles Fee went 6-for-6 on point- after tries and had seven tackles.

Harborfields 48, Hauppauge 13: PJ Clementi threw three touchdown passes to Gavin Buda and ran for a 35-yard score in the third quarter to lead Harborfields (3-1) in Suffolk III.

Buda caught eight passes and his three touchdown receptions were for 13, 33, and 35 yards. Anthony Christy had 10 tackles and Tommy DeVito and Kyle Christensen each had an interception.

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