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Berger's winner lifts GNN in girls lacrosse

Rae Berger scored the winner with 33 seconds left in double-overtime to lift Great Neck North over Herricks, 10-9, Monday in Nassau Conference III girls lacrosse.

Jen Doppelt had tied it at 8 with 3:40 left in regulation for Great Neck North, and she scored again 20 seconds into the first overtime to give the Blazers (3-4) a lead. Herricks' Barbara Nictas tied it at 9 with 14 seconds remaining in the first overtime.

Berger had five goals and an assist and Doppelt four goals for Great Neck North.

Katie Rahill scored three goals for Herricks (6-2).

Friends Academy 15, Our Lady of Mercy 14: Erica Sklar scored the winner off a pass from Morgan Landow with 1:16 left for Friends Academy (3-4) in non-league. Kelsey Denihan had five goals and five assists to lead the Quakers.

Jericho 17, Mepham 15: Taylor Murphy and Emily Mueller each scored five goals to lead Jericho (3-3) in Conference III.Rocky Point 9, Miller Place 8: Ashley Faulhaber scored the winner off a feed from Jamie Zimmer (three assists) in the first overtime for Rocky Point (4-4) in Division II. Miller Place's Gabby Mongo had tied it at 8 with 12 seconds left in regulation. Alyssa Guido had three goals and Shannon Abernathy made 11 saves for Rocky Point.

Mount Sinai 12, Babylon 10: Shayna Pirreca had three goals and three assists for Mount Sinai (7-2) in Division II. Shelby Fredericks scored five goals for Babylon.

Hauppauge 15, St. Paul's School for Girls (Brooklandville, Md.) 9: Taylor Ranftle had six goals and five assists and Kasey Kephart made 10 saves for Hauppauge (9-0) in the New York-Maryland Challenge in Brooklandville, Md., on Saturday. The Eagles lost to McDonogh (Owings Mills, Md.), 14-1, on Sunday, and beat Comsewogue, 15-11, Monday in Division II.

St. Anthony's 13, John Carroll (Bel Air, Md.) 3: Annie Heagerty and Darcy Messina each scored three goals to lead St. Anthony's (7-1) in the New York-Maryland Challenge on Sunday. Tori Holland made 13 saves.boys lacrosseWest Babylon 10, Commack 9: Justin Fitzpatrick scored all four of his goals in the second half, including the winner with 2:08 left, for West Babylon (6-2) in Division I. Fitzpatrick had three assists, and Mike Richardson three goals. Sachem North 10, Northport 8: Kyle Rhatigan had four goals and an assist to lead Sachem East (6-2) in Division I. His goal with 4:40 left gave the Flaming Arrows a 9-8 lead. Jack Gannon added two goals and three assists, and Brendan Schade made 14 saves in the win.Lindenhurst 14, Brentwood 6: Senior Ryan Hewitt scored a career-high eight goals and had two assists to lead Lindenhurst (3-5) in Division I. Kenny Dykstra added four goals and three assists, and John Montaniz made 15 saves in the win.Half Hollow Hills East 16, Floyd 9: Anthony Ramaizel had four goals and four assists and Jesse Parker three goals and two assists for Hills East (5-3) in Division I.

St. Dominic 15, St. Raymond's 2: Matt DeFeo had three goals and an assist, Matt Weir two goals and junior Joe Antonio scored his first career varsity goal to lead St. Dominic (9-0) in non-league.

boys tennisNorth Babylon 4, Brentwood 3: Dan Gallagher and Nick Loquercio defeated Terry Goode and Jorge De La Cruz, 7-6 (8-6), 3-6, 6-3, in second doubles for North Babylon (8-0) in League IV.Cold Spring Harbor 4, Port Washington 3: Conor Mullins and Tim Schneir defeated Jared Alper and Krishin Shivdasani in the deciding match at first doubles, 7-6, 5-7, 6-3, to lead CSH (6-0) in Conference I. Great Neck North 4, Great Neck South 3: Simon Kashfi and Alex Adhoot defeated Alex Weiner and Arnold Mia, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2, in the deciding fourth doubles match for Great Neck North (3-3) in Conference I.Boys trackMount Sinai 80, Hampton Bays 60: Danny Connelly won the mile (4:59) and two-mile (10:36) for Mount Sinai (3-2) in League VII.girls badmintonEast Meadow 7, Hempstead 0: Anosh Zehra and Brittany Piket won at second doubles, 21-16, 21-23, 21-18, for East Meadow (2-3) in Conference III.Farmingdale 5, MacArthur 2:Ashley Pabon and Victoria Martin defeated Natalie Kershaw and Jackie Elezi, 18-21, 21-7, 22-20, in second doubles for Farmingdale (1-5) in Conference I.Freeport 4, Roslyn 3:Lakea Simmons and Sabria Grayson defeated Tina Wu and Diana Jeong, 22-20, 21-16, in third doubles for Freeport (5-1) in Conference III.Boys golfHewlett 9, Calhoun 0:Austin Huth shot 1-under-par 34 on the front nine at Woodmere Country Club to lead Hewlett (4-1) in Conference I.boys volleyball

Chaminade 3, Kellenberg 0: Joe Trancho had 31 assists, Steven Stratford 18 kills and Mike Walsh 12 kills to lead Chaminade (5-1) in a 25-22, 25-21, 25-19 win in CHSAA.


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