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Jovaun Tomlinson's 153 yards, two TDs lead Baldwin

Baldwin's Jovaun Tomlinson runs for some yardage during

Baldwin's Jovaun Tomlinson runs for some yardage during a varsity football game. (Oct. 6, 2012) Credit: Enrique Mendez

Jovaun Tomlinson carried 13 times for 153 yards and two touchdowns for No. 3 Baldwin Saturday in a 28-0 win over third-seeded Uniondale in a Nassau I quarterfinal.

Tomlinson scored on a 44-yard run in the second quarter to give the Bruins (7-2) a 7-0 lead. Tomlinson added a 40-yard scoring run in the fourth quarter to provide the final margin.

Tyler Warner completed 5 of 12 passes for 129 yards and two touchdowns. Warner's first scoring play was a 45-yard pass to Travais Hylton that gave Baldwin a 14-0 lead. Warner followed that with a 20-yard scoring pass to Treyvon Mask that gave the Bruins a 21-0 lead in the third quarter.

Lucas Krucher had a sack and eight tackles and Matt Guilfoyle added seven tackles for Baldwin, which plays No. 2 Oceanside in a semifinal on Thursday at Hofstra.

Farmingdale 28, Plainview JFK 0: Joe Valente completed 6 of 10 passes for 71 yards and two touchdowns to lead No. 1 Farmingdale (8-1) over No. 8 Plainview JFK. Valente's first touchdown pass, an 11-yard throw to Kevin Petit-Frere gave the Dalers a 14-0 lead in the third quarter. His second scoring play was a 14-yard touchdown pass to Tom Kennedy that gave Farmingdale a 21-0 lead. Stevenson Hogarth added a 1-yard scoring run in the fourth to cap the scoring for Farmingdale.

Curtis Jenkins gave Farmingdale a 7-0 lead in the first quarter with a 1-yard run.

Chad Tomassetti had three of Farmingdale's nine sacks as the Dalers limited Plainview JFK to 49 yards of offense. Petit-Frere had eight tackles and two sacks and Pat Charleston, Matt Dittmeier, Richie Lewis and Drew Marlow each had a sack in the win for Farmingdale, which plays No. 5 Massapequa in a semifinal on Thursday at Hofstra.


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