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Jahjuan Winters' 50-yard TD run helps lift North Babylon

Jahjuan Winters of North Babylon runs upfield against

Jahjuan Winters of North Babylon runs upfield against North Babylon. (Oct. 5, 2013) Photo Credit: Bob Sorensen

Matt Grassa had 18 carries for 146 yards and three touchdowns to lead North Babylon over Bay Shore, 42-33, in a Suffolk II football game.

Jahjuan Winters ran for 108 yards and Dean Cicciari rushed for 103 yards for the winners.

North Babylon (3-2) ran for 451 yards as a team.

Winters' 50-yard touchdown run put North Babylon ahead for good with 2:11 remaining.

Bay Shore's Ryan Mazzie threw three touchdown passes in the fourth quarter and for 239 yards overall on 6-for-12 passing. Bay Shore is 2-3.

Central Islip 60, Centereach 16: Senior Kevin Mowatt had 301 yards on 27 carries, and three touchdowns on runs of 7, 55 and 41 yards in three quarters of play for Central Islip (3-2).

Linebacker Mike Myers returned a fumble for a 29-yard touchdown in the Muketeers' 32-point second quarter and on defense, he had a third-quarter interception.

Justin Carrasco scored back-to-back touchdowns for Central Islip, one on a 2-yard run and the other on a 40-yard interception return.

Smithtown East 49, West Babylon 13: John Daniggelis ran for 123 yards and three TDs on 10 carries, and he passed for 118 yards and two scores to lead Smithtown East (3-2).

Kevin Schroeder had a 37-yard TD catch on a deep post with 9:34 left in the first quarter and three minutes later added a 33-yard TD catch for a 21-0 lead.

Junior Nick Cutrone, who had six tackles and a rushing touchdown, suffered a broken clavicle and will miss the remainder of the season, according to coach Pete Melore.

Cole Vittoria had seven tackles in the win.

Half Hollow Hills West 34, Copiague 0: Anthony Lucarelli ran for 174 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries for Half Hollow Hills West (2-3) in a game played Friday. On defense, linebacker Joseph Cipoletti had 10 tackles and linebacker Anthony Leva had eight for Hills West.

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