Some notes from the action tonight
Kellenberg took control in the CHSAA with a 46-37 win over host St. Anthony’s. Emma O’Connor had 14 of her 25 points in the third quarter. She added 13 rebounds, six steals and four assists. Kellenberg will play St. Mary’s and Sacred Heart to cap league play. If the Firebirds win both, they will win the CHSAA title and be the top seed in the playoffs.
Comsewogue clinched a playoff berth in Suffolk Class A with a 39-29 win over Islip. Comsewogue has had a lot of injuries this season. Michelle Rubino had 16 points, 10 rebounds and five steals.
Jackie Waldron had 16 points and went 6-for-8 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter to lead Huntington to a 51-34 win over Hauppauge to clinch a playoff berth in Suffolk Class A.
Whitman eliminated Sachem North from playoff contention with a 58-41 win. Ally Leftridge scored 21.
Louise Lehmuller scored eight of her 14 points in overtime to lead Our Lady of Mercy over Sacred Heart, 67-61.
Marlene Ricketts scored 23 points and went over 1,000 points for her career, and Alisa Ashford made a pair of free throws with six seconds left in overtime to give Westbury (5-7) a 51-46 lead en route to a 51-49 win over Seaford. Seaford hit a three-pointer with 0.6 to go. Ricketts, a senior, hit six free throws in overtime, and added 13 rebounds and six steals. She hit the 1,000-point mark in the third quarter and now had 1,014 points. Anonza Abrams hit a pair of free throws to force overtime for Westbury.
Harborfields ruined Kings Park’s quest for a perfect league season with a 58-53 win over Kings Park. Bridgit Ryan had 19 points and six rebounds to lead Harborfields (12-2) in League V. Jamie Romano had 17 points for Kings Park (13-1).
Caroline Clark had 17 points and 10 rebounds to lead second-seeded Lawrence Woodmere Academy (14-7) over Our Savior New American, 49-27, in the semifinals of the IPPSAL playoffs. Hayley Alexander added 13 points, 16 assists and four steals and freshman Amber Garrick scored a career-high eight points. Anyah Morrison had 14 points for No. 3 Our Savior New American (11-5). LWA will face the winner of the Portledge-Solomon Schechter in the final at 4 p.m. Thursday.
Miller Place junior Deanna Miller had a career-high 30 points, including eight points in overtime of a 63-59 win over Bayport-Blue Point.