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NO. 2 LAWRENCE (9-1) VS. NO. 1 PLAINEDGE

NO. 2 LAWRENCE (9-1) VS. NO. 1 PLAINEDGE (9-1)
NASSAU III
Saturday, 12:30 p.m. at Hofstra
Nick Frenger has thrown for 12 touchdowns and run for seven this season for Plainedge. Lawrence QB Joe Capobianco holds the Long Island career records in both passing yardage (7,437) and passing touchdowns (97). He leads a high-octane Golden Tornadoes offense that has averaged 42.4 points per game. Lawrence came out a 54-21 winner over Plainedge in last year's Nassau III final, but Plainedge beat Lawrence 36-20 earlier this season. | Photo Credit: James Escher

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NO. 2 LAWRENCE (9-1) VS. NO. 1 PLAINEDGE
Photo Credit: James Escher

NO. 2 LAWRENCE (9-1) VS. NO. 1 PLAINEDGE (9-1)
NASSAU III
Saturday, 12:30 p.m. at Hofstra
Nick Frenger has thrown for 12 touchdowns and run for seven this season for Plainedge. Lawrence QB Joe Capobianco holds the Long Island career records in both passing yardage (7,437) and passing touchdowns (97). He leads a high-octane Golden Tornadoes offense that has averaged 42.4 points per game. Lawrence came out a 54-21 winner over Plainedge in last year's Nassau III final, but Plainedge beat Lawrence 36-20 earlier this season. |

NO. 2 CHAMINADE (10-1) VS. NO. 1 ST.
Photo Credit: Bob Mitchell

NO. 2 CHAMINADE (10-1) VS. NO. 1 ST. ANTHONY’S (10-1)
CHSFL 'AAA'
Saturday, 1 p.m. at Mitchel Athletic Complex
The St. Anthony’s-Chaminade rivalry continues in a rematch of last year's final, which Chaminade won 17-16. Quarterback Greg Galligan (1,621 passing yards, 17 TDs) has thrived in the Friars' new spread offense, while his Flyers counterpart Sean Cerrone has passed for nine touchdowns and run for eight on the season. St. Anthony's beat Chaminade in the regular season, 38-10, back on Oct. 25 for Chaminade's only loss. |

NO. 3 MASSAPEQUA (8-2) VS. NO. 1 FARMINGDALE
Photo Credit: James Escher

NO. 3 MASSAPEQUA (8-2) VS. NO. 1 FARMINGDALE (10-0)
NASSAU I
Saturday, 4 p.m. at Hofstra
Curtis Jenkins has 1,076 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns for Farmingdale, including 187 yards and a score in the Dalers' semifinal win over Syosset. Matt Caracappa and Craig Berge have been a formidable QB-WR combo for Massapequa, and they will have to be the key if the Chiefs want to avenge their 33-8 loss to Farmingdale on Oct. 5. |

NO. 7 SAYVILLE (6-4) VS. NO. 4 HUNTINGTON
Photo Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke

NO. 7 SAYVILLE (6-4) VS. NO. 4 HUNTINGTON (7-3)
SUFFOLK III
Saturday, 7 p.m. at Stony Brook
Sayville's stunning run to the Suffolk III title game has been largely due in part to running back Matt Selts, who has accounted for 443 total yards and eight TDs in the playoffs. Troy Greene has been just as hot for Huntington, running for 284 yards and three touchdowns in the postseason while adding 17 tackles in the Blue Devils' 41-12 semifinal win over Hauppauge. Sayville, which is going for its fourth straight county title, defeated Huntington 44-14 on Oct. 5. |

NO. 4 FLOYD (8-2) VS. NO. 3 SACHEM
Photo Credit: Bob Sorensen

NO. 4 FLOYD (8-2) VS. NO. 3 SACHEM NORTH (8-2)
SUFFOLK I
Sunday, 12 p.m. at Stony Brook
Running backs Malik Pierre (1,236 rushing yards, 17 TDs) of Sachem North and Chris Faison of Floyd (909 yards, eight TDs) figure to be the key for each team. Floyd won the regular-season matchup between these two teams, 42-14, on Oct. 19. |

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