Ward Melville's Jessica Fabrizio swims the breaststroke in the 200...

Ward Melville's Jessica Fabrizio swims the breaststroke in the 200 medley relay in the Suffolk high school girls swim meet against North Babylon/Deer Park. (Oct. 25, 2011) Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke

Emily Ude

North Babylon, girls soccer

Recorded her second hat trick in three games to help North Babylon secure a playoff spot.

Lauri Semetsis

Sachem East, girls soccer

Scored winning goal with 29 seconds remaining in 2-1 outbracket win over Eastport-South Manor.

Michelle Iacono

Calhoun, girls soccer

Scored all the goals in 3-1 win over Hicksville in first round of playoffs.

Christina Klaum

South Side, girls soccer

Scored a hat trick in opening round playoff win over Lynbrook.

Jessica Fabrizio

Ward Melville, girls swimming

She won the 500-yard freestyle (5:23.61) and 100 breaststroke (1:11.89) in division championships.

Lindsey Stevens

East Hampton, girls swimming

She finished with a personal best in the 100 backstroke (1:10.98) in the division championships.

Christian Smith

Massapequa, boys volleyball

He had 23 assists and eight aces as the Chiefs moved to 16-0 with a three-game win against Syosset.

Allison Glass

South Side, girls volleyball

She had 12 kills and 17 digs in a five-game victory over Garden City.

Nicole Daniggelis

Smithtown East, girls tennis

The senior was unseeded and won the singles title with a 6-3, 6-1 over Zenat Roshizada of Hills West.

Chelsea Palma

Sachem North, field hockey

The goalie saved 19 of 20 shots in regulation and five of six in penalty strokes in win over Harborfields.

Bridget McCarthy

Babylon, field hockey

She scored the winner in Tuesday's 1-0 victory over Bayport-Blue Point, then had three goals and two assists in Wednesday's 5-0 win over North Babylon.

Chelsea Blaney

Miller Place, field hockey

In three wins last week, she allowed just one goal and made 31 saves, including 15 in a 1-0 overtime upset of Shoreham-Wading River.

Nick Gandalfo

L.I. Lutheran, boys soccer

He scored a goal in each of the overtime periods to lead No. 1 Lutheran over No. 3 Waldorf, 5-2, in the IPPSAL finals.

Yves MonsiaV. S. South, boys soccer

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