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Antonison's seventh goal propels Mineola

Senior Erica Antonison scored the game-winner, her career-high seventh goal of the game, on a breakaway with 1:48 left for Mineola in a 13-12 win at Friends Academy in a Nassau Conference C girls lacrosse game Monday. Mineola trailed 10-5 at halftime. Katie Dul made 13 saves and Lacey Fater had four goals for the Mustangs (6-4). Alix Heffron tied the score at 12 with 2:48 to play for Friends (3-5).

Clarke 14, Island Trees 13: Nicole Wahlig scored the winner unassisted with 45 seconds left for Clarke (1-8). Wahlig also tied the score at 13 with 1:33 to play. Junior Nicki Gibaldi tied her career high with six goals and Kristen Keller added three goals. Michelle Daniell made 15 saves as Clarke played two defenders down (yellow cards). Bridget Vilbig led Island Trees (3-7) with five goals.Glen Cove 15, Sewanhaka 9: Alex Gerin had four goals and an assist for Glen Cove (6-0) in Conference B-III. Gabby Morrocu added four goals and Cassandra Napoli had three goals and two assists. Shana Brouder led Sewanhaka (5-1) with two goals and an assist.

Shoreham-Wading River 10, Comsewogue 9: Lauren Lustgarten scored the winner with 6:42 left for Shoreham-Wading River (7-5) in

Suffolk Division II. Lustgarten and Paulina Constant each had two goals and an assist. Constant scored with 13:31 to play to tie the score at 9. Taylor Fischer led Comsewogue (8-4) with two goals and two assists.Manhasset 17, Eastport-South Manor 7: Halle Majorana scored six goals for Manhasset (13-3) in a non-league game. Jenny Vlahos added three goals and three assists, Maeve Mulholland scored three goals and Grace Morelli made 10 saves. ESM is 9-5. BOYS LACROSSE

Manhasset 10, Hewlett 4: Matt Tompkins scored three goals with two assists for Manhasset (6-0) in Conference B-II. Harry Kucharczyk added two goals. Mike Gray led Hewlett (3-2) with two goals and an assist.

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