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Thomas, Cerverizzo connect late in Center Moriches' 21-20 win

Tyrell Thomas connected with John-Cody Cerverizzo on a 60-yard touchdown pass with 2:58 left for the go-ahead score as Center Moriches (4-1) beat Wyandanch, 21-20, yesterday in Suffolk IV football.

After the catch, Cerverizzo broke two tackles and ran 40 yards to the end zone. Brandon Parra-Gonzalez made the extra-point kick.

The winning touchdown pass came one play after Center Moriches' Kyle Parks stripped the ball from Wyandanch's quarterback and Bryan Foster recovered on Center Moriches' 40.

Thomas was 7-for-18 for 158 yards and three touchdowns.

Middle linebacker Kyle Parks had a game-high 10 tackles, two forced fumbles and a sack for Center Moriches. Mount Sinai 38, Mercy 0: Mike Cortese scored on back-to-back touchdown runs of 5 and 36 yards to lead Mt. Sinai (4-1), which took a 32-0 halftime lead. The Mustangs scored five rushing TDs, including a 73-yard run by Shane Leonard in the fourth quarter. Leonard ran for 92 yards. Coles Williams threw a pair of touchdown passes, and also made two interceptions.

Bayport-Blue Point 20, Port Jefferson 0: Brendan Bateman was 9-for-13 for 152 yards and three touchdowns for Bayport-Blue (4-1). Matthew McKinnon caught two touchdown passes -- one was a 45-yard reception on a post pattern with 7:08 left in the first quarter, and the other was a 3-yard catch in the third. McKinnon also had an interception and a fumble recovery on defense. Eddie Somerville caught a 10-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter. Dan Percival, a middle linebacker, had nine tackles. Greenport/Southold/Mattituck 33, Stony Brook 0: Matt Drinkwater was 12-for-24 for 191 yards and two TDs to lead Greenport (5-0). Frank Sierra ran for 137 yards on 16 carries with two short scoring runs in the first half. Gene Allen had seven receptions for 110 yards and a touchdown, and also ran for 41 yards on two carries. Jared Schenone had two sacks.


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