Miller Place baseball player Nick Frusco.

Miller Place baseball player Nick Frusco. Credit: Bob Sorensen

Nick Frusco used 92 pitches to strike out 16 and walk two in a no-hitter to lead Miller Place to a 6-0 win over Sayville in Suffolk VI baseball Monday. Liam Martin was 1-for-2 with a walk, a double and two RBIs for Miller Place (6-6).

MacArthur 3, Long Beach 2: Dan Reynolds drove in Alex Darzano and Eric Sharp on a two-out, walk-off single in the seventh inning for MacArthur (9-2) in Nassau AA-I. Dylan Tripi doubled and scored on a single by Nick Albert in the sixth.

North Shore 7, Locust Valley 1: Garret Gates struck out 17 and allowed three hits and one walk over 6 1⁄3 innings to lead North Shore (5-5) in Nassau A-II. Gates went 2-for-3 with a double and two stolen bases and Matt Ryan went 3-for-3 with a home run and two RBIs.


West Babylon 6, East Hampton 5: Maria Fiume went 2-for-3 and drove in Eliza Tymann for the winning run on a single in the top of the seventh for West Babylon (7-3) in non-league. Sarah Caltabiano went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs.

Sachem North 12, Copiague 0: Makayla Rimmer threw a six-inning perfect game with eight strikeouts and drove in two runs to lead Sachem North (6-3) in Suffolk II. Delaney Mathes had two doubles and four RBIs.


Herricks 7, Hicksville 6: Tommy Gaudio had two goals and an assist and scored the winning goal with two seconds left in regulation for Herricks (8-3) in Nassau A. Gavin Lamere scored a goal off a man-down faceoff with 3:23 left in the fourth quarter to even the game at 6, and Ayden Khan made two of his 10 saves in the final two minutes to keep the score tied.

Center Moriches 9, Rocky Point 8: Mason Walsh won a faceoff and passed to Matt Albino, who assisted Colin Casey on the winning goal in OT for Center Moriches (3-7) in Suffolk II. Casey had three goals and an assist. Michael Albino had 16 saves.


Northport 41, Kings Park 19: Grace Gilmartin completed 17 of 25 passes for 258 yards and five touchdowns to lead Northport (6-2) in non-league. She also threw for four one-point conversions and ran for a 5-yard touchdown. Sarah Power had eight catches for 116 yards and three TDs. Caroline Bender had 10 flag pulls, including seven for loss.

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