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Nassau IV roundup: Tayvon Hall leads West Hempstead

West Hempstead's Tayvon Hall runs for a touchdown

West Hempstead's Tayvon Hall runs for a touchdown during a Nassau IV football against Roosevelt. (Oct. 20, 2012) Credit: Barry Sloan

Tayvon Hall rushed for 170 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries to lead West Hempstead to a 32-27 win over Locust Valley Saturday in a Nassau IV football game. Enrique McFarlane rushed for 86 yards and a TD on 11 carries for West Hempstead (7-1); Danny Njoku had 13 tackles, Michael Petrizzo had 10 tackles and Anthony Messina had eight tackles to lead the defense. Locust Valley is 4-4.

Roosevelt 47, Clarke 14: Johnnie Akins rushed for 151 yards and four TDs for Roosevelt (6-2). Marquell Saunders, Jordan David, and Shamari Kirkpatrick also scored TDs in the win. David made eight tackles for Roosevelt. Clarke is 4-4.

Valley Stream North 38, Cold Spring Harbor 7: Billy Patsos scored on TD runs of 2, 1 and 13 yards to lead Valley Stream North (5-3). Anthony Martelli threw a 26-yard TD pass to Dylan Heitner in the first quarter and a 45-yard TD pass to James Capoziello in the second quarter that gave Valley Stream North a 31-0 lead. Cold Spring Harbor is 2-6.

East Rockaway 28, Oyster Bay 18: Joe Sheridan passed to Kevin Blessington for a 31-yard TD with 4:37 left in the third quarter to give East Rockaway (2-6) an eight-point lead. With the Rocks leading 14-12, Sheridan rolled right on third-and-10 from the 31-yard line and hit Blessington to make it 20-12. With 7:08 remaining, offensive lineman Benny Giliberti lined up as a Wildcat quarterback and scored on a direct snap from the 1-yard line to make it 28-12 with the conversion. Matt Daube led the Rocks with 93 rushing yards and a touchdown on 12 carries. Oyster Bay is 1-7.

Seaford 43, Malverne 7: Kyle Kolodinsky ran for two TDs and caught one for Seaford (8-0). Kolodinsky rushed for 57 yards on nine carries and Pete Adorno threw TD passes of 26, 36 and 37 yards. James O'Hagan had nine tackles and John Lauretti had three sacks in Seaford's win. Malverne is 0-8.

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