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Mattone's 10 in a row lifts St. Mary's

St. Mary's scored 10 consecutive points to end the game, including a three-pointer by Jessica Mattone with one minute remaining that put St. Mary's ahead by one in a 65-59 win over Kellenberg (3-1) on Friday night in a CHSAA girls basketball game. St. Mary's (3-3) hit 14 three-pointers, including six by Shannon Flynn. The senior scored 21 to become the all-time leading girls scorer at St. Mary's with 1,370 career points, according to coach Tom Flynn.

Brentwood 45, Commack 38: Ruth Vargas had 14 points and 15 rebounds to lead Brentwood (3-3) in Suffolk League I. Commack is 2-4.

Comsewogue 45, Rocky Point 42: Jackie Lattanza scored off an assist from Michelle Rubino with 32 seconds left to give Comsewogue (5-3) a 44-42 lead in League V. Rubino had 15 points, eight rebounds, five assists and four steals.

Stony Brook 52, Southold 34: Emily Carmel had 17 points for Stony Brook (6-0) in League VIII. Southold is 5-1.


Massapequa 44, Long Beach 42: Matt Smocovich (15 points) scored on a putback with eight seconds left to win it for Massapequa (5-2) in overtime in Nassau Conference AA-II. Vincent Moore's layup with five seconds left in regulation tied the score at 46 for Long Beach.

Malverne 64, Roslyn 51: DeShawn Moorer had 31 points and 10 rebounds to lead Malverne in Conference ABC-II.

Glen Cove 82, North Shore 58: Garen Spendjian had 31 points and 12 rebounds to lead Glen Cove (5-1) in Conference ABC-IV. Patrick Granata's 31 points led North Shore. Whitman 50, Sachem North 46: Myles Jones had 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead Whitman (3-3) in League II. Hauppauge 62, Sayville 58: Bobby Vitulano made two free throws with 13 seconds left to give Hauppauge (4-4) a 61-58 lead in League V. Neil Fishenden's 27 points led Sayville.

Harborfields 83, Huntington 57: Matt McLeod had 25 points, seven assists, seven steals and six rebounds for Harborfields (8-0). Teammate Matt Curry had 18 points and 10 rebounds.

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