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Culhane's goal wins it for Port Washington

Ally Culhane scored a free-position goal with two seconds left in the second overtime Friday to lift Patchogue-Medford to a 16-15 win over North Babylon in Suffolk Division I girls lacrosse.

North Babylon, trailing 13-12 with five seconds left in regulation, tied the score at 13 on a goal by Brittany Rosino to force the first overtime.

The Bulldogs took a 15-13 lead in the first OT, but Patchogue-Medford (4-4) came back with one score each from Erika Flowers (six goals) and Sabrina Prestano to tie the score at 15 and force a second OT.

Massapequa 16, Wantagh 15: Danielle Dougherty (five goals) scored with 20 seconds left in the first overtime to lead Massapequa (5-0) in Conference I-A. Rory Sadoff added three goals and two assists in the win.Great Neck South 9, Glen Cove 8: Sam Rickey had two goals and two assists, including a score with 46 seconds left to win it for Great Neck South (1-6) in Nassau Conference 3B. Sherry Yang added three goals and one assist in the win.BOYS LACROSSE

Freeport 9, Uniondale 8: Evan Lapice scored his fifth goal with 4:22 left in the fourth to to win it for Freeport (4-4) in Nassau Conference I.Hicksville 8, Port Washington 7: Mike McIllwee scored 20 seconds into the second OT to win it for Hicksville (2-2) in Conference I. Port Washington's Jake Froccaro scored with seven seconds left in regulation to force overtime.Mepham 12, Wheatley 5: A.J. Heller had three goals and three assists for Mepham (3-1) in Conference II.GIRLS BADMINTON

Baldwin 4, Lynbrook 3:Daija Spencer and Reesha Jackson defeated Tara Henshaw and Alex Rudish in fourth doubles, 21-17, 22-20, to clinch the win for Baldwin (2-3) in Nassau Conference II.

Freeport 4, Uniondale 3:Nicole Johnson and Danielle Pickney defeated Nina Smith and Lisa Campos in fourth doubles, 10-21, 21-11, 21-12, to lift Freeport (4-1) in Conference III.

Port Washington 4, Jericho 3:Isha Gupta and Julianna Beall defeated April Pun and Mia Means at first doubles, 21-19, 21-16, for Port Washington (4-1) in Conference I.


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