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Penteck's 4 goals help Floral Park win

Jocelyn Penteck scored four goals Monday, including the game-winner with 21 seconds left, to lead Floral Park (10-2) to a 9-8 win over Carle Place in Nassau non-league girls lacrosse. Kayla Buzzeo added three goals and an assist for the Knights.

East Meadow 14, Plainview JFK 12: Danielle Widman scored two goals, including the go-ahead one a minute into overtime, to lift East Meadow (1-8) in Conference I. Widman also had an assist and seven ground balls and Jackie O'Leary and Emily Fitzsimmons each had three goals and two assists.Farmingdale 17, Baldwin 8: Kim Kolodny had six goals and one assist to lead Farmingdale (7-0).Massapequa 19, MacArthur 2: Kelsey O'Brien had five goals and an assist and Maddy Pimental had a goal and four assists to lead Massapequa (7-0).Port Washington 12, Syosset 6: Kaitlyn Brown scored four goals to lead Port Washington (6-1) in Conference I-A.Mepham 14, Glen Cove 11: Freshman Taylor Black had five goals to lead Mepham (5-4) in Conference B-II. JoAnn DeLauter made 11 saves.Clarke 15, Carey 5: Nicole Gibaldi had five goals and four assists and Jenn Wahlig five goals and an assist to lead Clarke (7-3) in non-league.Great Neck South 15, West Hempstead 7: Sammy Rickey had five goals and four assists for GNS (2-7) in non-league action.Bay Shore 10, Wantagh 8: Caroline deLyra had three goals and four assists to lead Bay Shore (10-1) in non-league.Kings Park 18, Glenn 7: Natalie Silvers had six goals and an assist and Marjorie Duffel had five interceptions to lead Kings Park (7-3) in Suffolk Division II.Long Island Lutheran 17, School of the Holy Child 15: Nicole Sinacori had six goals and three assists and Kennedy Slater three goals and three assists for Long Island Lutheran (5-0) in IPPSAL.BOYS LACROSSE

East Islip 11, Whitman 10: Ken Pastore scored with 4:23 left to put East Islip up 10-9 in Division I. Goalie Sean Sconone made 11 saves and Robert Sconone had one goal and five assists for the Redmen.

Plainedge 12, South Side 10: RJ Rossi had four goals and four assists to lead Plainedge (4-1) in Conference B-II.Valley Stream District 5, Malverne-East Rockaway 4: Victor Huezo scored the go-ahead goal on an assist from Max Silverstein with 2:00 left to lead Valley Stream District (3-7) in non-league. Terry Gagstetter had three goals.Mepham 9, Great Neck North 4: Matt Byrne had two goals and three assists for Mepham (5-6) in non-league.BOYS TENNIS

Half Hollow Hills East 6, Commack 1: Jeff Cherkin and Kyle Alper defeated Cory Seltman and Matt Sussman at first doubles, 6-2, 6-1, to lead Hills East (9-0) in League I.Smithtown East 7, Hauppauge 0: Luca Viccellio and Andrew Eisenson defeated Eric Ujvari and Glen Falco, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3, at first doubles for Smithtown East (8-1) in League II.West Islip 4, Islip 3: Peter Collin defeated Tom Marano in the deciding first singles match, 6-0, 6-0, to lead West Islip (5-4) in League III.Sayville 4, Connetquot 3: Tyler Hoffman defeated Shaun Gillen in first singles, 6-1, 6-0, to lead Sayville (5-4) in League III.

Bay Shore 6, East Islip 1: Zach Romanzi defeated David Carroll, 6-2, 6-1, at third singles for Bay Shore (9-0).Central Islip 4, Babylon 3: Steben Abbott defeated Dan McHugh in third singles, 6-2, 6-2, to lift Central Islip (8-3) in League IV.Center Moriches 4, Southold-Greenport 3:Zach Schrage defeated Devyn Standish, 6-2, 7-5, at second singles for Center Moriches (6-4) in League VIII.

Port Washington 4, North Shore 3: Krishin Shivdasani and Chirag Doshi defeated Tanner Korponay and Rajan Vohra, 6-2, 6-2, in the deciding first doubles match to lead Port Washington (7-2) in Conference I-A.

East Meadow 5, Calhoun 2: Dan Gonzalez and John Fallarino won at third doubles, 6-2, 3-6, 6-4, for East Meadow (4-3) in Conference II-A.Garden City 6, Clarke 1: Andrew Granville and Jonathan Granville defeated Wei-Ming Koh and Alex Evangelato, 6-4, 6-1, at first doubles to lead Garden City (4-3).Glen Cove 5, Bethpage 2: Michael Burrell defeated Stephen Ro, 6-0, 6-1, at third singles to lead Glen Cove (7-3) in Conference IV-A.


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