Tyrell Thomas ran for 158 yards and two TDs on 14 carries and passed for a TD to lead Center Moriches (3-1) over East Hampton/Bridgehampton, 35-14 in Suffolk IV. Thomas, on his second rushing TD of the game, broke a tackle and then went 48 yards to put Center Moriches up 20-7 with 3:30 left in the third.
Glenn 31, Mercy 0: Keeshawn Boodie had two rushing TDs and 71 yards on 10 carries for Glenn (3-1). Quarterback Tom Balacki capped a seven-play, 50-yard drive for Glenn with a 4-yard option TD run with seven minutes left in the first.
Babylon 48, Hampton Bays 8: Jake Carlock returned two punts for touchdowns, caught two TD passes and set a school record for career receptions for Babylon (4-0) Friday. Carlock caught a nine-yard TD catch from Nick Santorelli, and then scored the next two TDs on punt returns of 66 and 48 yards. Carlock's four receptions gave him 58 for his career, passing Steve Loudon's mark of 56 catches, set from 2008-2010. He also had an interception.
Stony Brook 20, Southampton 14: Ben Walter brought Stony Brook (1-3) from behind with two long TDs in the fourth quarter Friday -- a tipped pass from Erik Holvik for a 63-yard TD catch to bring the Bears to within 14-6 and a 85-yard cut-back run with less than five minutes left. Walter had 142 yards on 19 carries and four catches for 127 yards.
Shoreham-Wading River 45, Mt Sinai 26: Mitch Idtensohn caught a 59 yard pass from Daniel Hughes to give Shoreham-Wading River (3-1) a 31-26 lead in the third quarter Friday. The Wildcats scored 28 unanswered points and Tyler Anderson ran for 210 yards and two scores on 20 carries.
Greenport/Southold/Mattituck 33, Port Jefferson 0: Frank Sierra scored the opening four-yard TD with seven minutes left in the first quarter for Greenport (4-0) Friday and had three TDs and 163 yards on 25 carries.
Bayport-Blue Point 37, Wyandanch 8: George Ringer scored on four touchdown runs (3, 3, 15, 5) and totaled 71 yards on 16 carries to lead BBP (3-1) Friday. The Phantoms had five picks, two leading to Ringer TDs early in the third.