St. John the Baptist's Shane McCauley celebrates Nicholas Limberg's fourth goal...

St. John the Baptist's Shane McCauley celebrates Nicholas Limberg's fourth goal of the game during a non-league boys lacrosse game against host Seaford on Thursday. Credit: Peter Frutkoff

Lindsay Neary scored the winning goal off an assist from Peyton Wozniak with 1:31 left in overtime to give Kings Park a 14-13 victory over Babylon in Suffolk Division II girls lacrosse on Thursday. Neary had four goals and Wozniak added two goals and three assists. Lily Krollage had five goals and two assists for Babylon.

Longwood 12, Patchogue-Medford 9: Ava Rivera had six goals, Olivia Hollingsworth had three goals and two assists and Ava Franco had two goals and five assists for Longwood in Suffolk I.


St. John the Baptist 17, Archbishop Molloy 9: Sophia Virgilio set a school record with 11 goals, according to coach Janine Pirone, to lead St. John the Baptist in the CHSAA. Gabby Cimino added 11 draw controls, two goals and two assists.



Shoreham-Wading River 13, Comsewogue 11: Liam Kershis had a goal and nine assists to lead Shoreham-Wading River in Suffolk II. Liam Gregorek had four goals and Ryan Wilson had three goals.


Patchogue-Medford 31, Sachem East 21: Diamond Pertillar had seven receptions for 112 yards and four touchdowns to lead Patchogue-Medford in Suffolk I. Alexis Bulson-Cuozzo had three touchdown passes and Mackenzie Hughes had two touchdown passes. Ana Impellizzeri had an 18-yard touchdown reception and Angelina McGrath had an interception in the win.

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