Jason Fiorello had two goals, including the go-ahead goal with 2:33 remaining, to break a tie at 8 for East Islip (1-1) in a 10-8 win over Bethpage in a non-league boys lacrosse game on Monday. Ryan Bauco led East Islip with four goals and two assists. Jack Kern had 10 saves in the win.

Connetquot 14, Harborfields 11: Tyler McCarthy scored five goals and Tyler Moore had four goals and two assists to lead Connetquot to a season-opening victory over Harborfields in non-league. Brayden Stellwagen added three goals and Jake Steffens had two goals and an assist for Connetquot. Luke DeRosa had four goals and an assist and Charlie Serafin had 10 saves for Harborfields.

St. Anthony’s 17, St. Ignatius 7: Mike Leo had five goals and one assist and Jack Speidell had three goals and two assists to lead St. Anthony’s (3-0) in non-league. Patrick Carragher scored three goals and Owen Duffy added two goals and two assists for the Friars.

Mt. Sinai 17, Port Jefferson 7: Joey Spallina had five goals and eight assists to lead Mt. Sinai in a Suffolk II opener. Christian Colantonio and Lucas LaForge each added three goals for the Mustangs. LaForge also recorded three assists. Alex Christou and Cole Marsala each scored two goals. Matt Taylor made four saves. Kyle Scandale scored three goals for Port Jefferson.

Glenn 17, North Babylon 5: Matt Triolo had six goals and three assists, and Brady Madden added four goals and five assists to lead Glenn (2-0) in non-league. Grayson Hopkins scored three goals and had one assist. Chris Franzese scored two goals and had one assist. Ethan Levy made five saves for the Knights.

St. Dominic 13, Jericho 1: Patrick McGovern had four goals and three assists, and Patrick Crawley added three goals and one assist to lift St. Dominic (2-0) in non-league. Michael Micena scored one goal and had one assist. Michael Romonelli and Michael Skoros each added one goal. Michael Ippoliti made four saves.


Commack 6, Riverhead 5: Ashley Kolomechuk had four goals and one assist to lead Commack in a Suffolk I opener. Kolomechuk scored Commack’s final four goals and gave the Cougars a 6-2 lead with 11:30 remaining. Olivia Bradley had seven saves in the win. Ava Lily Sumwalt also had four goals for Riverhead.

Center Moriches 19, North Babylon 7: Megan Magill had four goals and three assists and Isabella Burke added four goals to lead Center Moriches (3-0) in non-league. Charlotte Castiglione and Taylor Metzler each had two goals and two assists and Payton Noack added two goals.

Middle Country 13, Patchogue-Medford 3: Kate Timarky had four goals and one assist to lead Middle Country (1-1) in Suffolk I. Julia Speziale added three goals and four assists, and Gabriella Hirsch and Kaitlyn Ippolito each scored two goals.

Glen Cove 8, Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK 5: Ashley Brown had six goals and one assist to lead Glen Cove (2-0) in non-league. Maddy Kaffl and Ava Scagliola added one goal apiece while Sofia Kern had seven saves. Elisa Pappas had two goals and Alexia DeVivo made seven saves for Plainview.

New Hyde Park 10, Hicksville 1: Meghan Korzevinski and Amy Ugoloni each scored three goals to lead New Hyde Park in a Nassau IV opener. Riley Griffin added two goals and Emily Mirabile made eight saves.

Bellport 7, Babylon 5: Andie Pedatella scored three goals and had one assist to lead Bellport (1-1) in Suffolk II. Alexa Versaci added two goals and Erica Dickinson had a goal.

Islip 16, Southampton 0: Carley Mullins had three goals and Kaylie Sullivan and Teagan Rao added two goals and one assist apiece to lead Islip (1-1) in Suffolk II.


North Babylon 94, Bellport 41: Samara Lawrence was first in both the 100m dash and 200m dash. Sophomore Alicia DeFilippis placed first in both the 1500m run and 800m run to bring North Babylon their first win of the season.

West Babylon 70, West Islip 30: Illianna Burke won the triple jump, Tabby Allen placed first in the 400m and Indie Dockery won the discus to lead West Babylon (2-0) in a Suffolk A opener.


Bay Shore 79, Whitman 62: Gilbert won the 100-meter dash (11.4 seconds) and Jake Gogarty placed first in the 1600 meter run (5 minutes) to lead Bay Shore in a Suffolk AA opener.

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