Floyd's LaDuke Harris runs the ball in the second quarter during...

Floyd's LaDuke Harris runs the ball in the second quarter during a Suffolk Division I football game against Ward Melville on Oct. 30, 2021, at Floyd. Credit: Bob Sorensen

Caden Lesiewicz had three interceptions, two rushing touchdowns, 65 rushing yards and kicked a 20-yard field goal to lead Floyd over Whitman, 37-13, in both teams’ Suffolk I opener Saturday.

Aaron Fisher had six tackles, a sack and blocked an extra point and Connor Taphouse added three sacks. LaDuke Harris rushed for 55 yards on 10 carries and two touchdowns.

Brentwood 7, Bay Shore 6: Chris Ayala ran 8 yards for a touchdown to cap a seven-play drive with 4:07 left in the game for Brentwood in Suffolk I. Josh Almanderez kicked the go-ahead extra point. Daniel Ventura rushed for 133 yards on 23 carries. Jayson Pickens and Chris Pierre-Louis each had six tackles. Ne’Sean Hunt had two sacks and Emil Abreu and Elmer Cruz each added one sack.

Sachem North 35, Commack 10: Andrew Eaton went 8-for-11 for 160 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 52 yards and a touchdown on eight carries to lead Sachem North in Suffolk I. Tyler Hall rushed for 148 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries.

Longwood 41, Patchogue-Medford 12: Terrance Robinson ran for 170 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries for Longwood. All three touchdowns (30, 25, and 13 yards) came in the first half. Anthony Ordonez had 83 yards and a touchdown on seven carries. His 25-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter capped the Longwood scoring. Longwood ran for 337 yards and held Patchogue-Medford to 59 total yards. Tyler Hammel made six tackles, including three for a loss, and had a sack. Josh Jackson had a sack and Cabeib Corbett had an interception.

Ward Melville 34, Sachem East 12: Andrew Belli ran for two touchdowns and threw for one to lead Ward Melville.

His 1-yard run in the first quarter broke a scoreless tie and his 4-yarder in the second quarter gave the Patriots a 20-6 lead. Nick Gaffney added two rushing touchdowns for Ward Melville.

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