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Seaford vs. Island Trees

Seaford High School running back No. 22 Justin

Seaford High School running back No. 22 Justin Cestro rushes for a gain during the first quarter of a Nassau County Conference IV varsity football game vs. Island Trees at Seaford High School. Seaford led 20-0 midway through the second quarter when the game was suspended due to lightning in the area. (Sept. 12, 2013) Photo Credit: James Escher

Seaford played Island Trees Friday in a game that was postponed by lightning Thursday night.

Seaford High School running back No. 22 Justin
Photo Credit: James Escher

Seaford High School running back No. 22 Justin Cestro rushes for a gain during the first quarter of a Nassau County Conference IV varsity football game vs. Island Trees at Seaford High School. Seaford led 20-0 midway through the second quarter when the game was suspended due to lightning in the area. (Sept. 12, 2013)

Island Trees quarterback Brian Eletti, right, races upfield
Photo Credit: James Escher

Island Trees quarterback Brian Eletti, right, races upfield as Seaford's Nick Silvestri closes in on him during the second quarter of a Nassau IV varsity football game at Seaford. (Sept. 12, 2013)

Island Trees quarterback Brian Eletti rushes for a
Photo Credit: James Escher

Island Trees quarterback Brian Eletti rushes for a gain during the second quarter of a Nassau IV varsity football game at Seaford. (Sept. 12, 2013)

Seaford running back Justin Cestro rushes for a
Photo Credit: James Escher

Seaford running back Justin Cestro rushes for a gain during the first quarter of a Nassau IV varsity football game vs. Island Trees at Seaford. (Sept. 12, 2013)

Seaford quarterback Matt Natland prepares to hand off
Photo Credit: James Escher

Seaford quarterback Matt Natland prepares to hand off during the first quarter of a Nassau IV varsity football game vs. Island Trees at Seaford. (Sept. 12, 2013)

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