Tyler McKenna scored the winning goal on a pass from Justin Liu with six minutes left for Sayville in a 3-2 win over Westhampton Monday in Suffolk League V boys soccer. Rob Hammerle had two goals and Alex Spaun had seven saves in the win for Sayville (6-0). Eastport-South Manor 4, Islip 1: Conor McCormick scored two goals and Carlos Larin added a goal and an assist to lead Eastport-South Manor (4-1) in League V.Bayport-Blue Point 1, Mt. Sinai 0: Harry Martin headed in a cross from Nick Maila with one minute left in the first overtime to win it for Bayport-Blue Point (1-3-1) in League VI.GIRLS SOCCER
Patchogue-Medford 2, Brentwood 1: Jordan Brown scored the game-winner with 2:10 left for Patchouge-Medford (3-2) in League I.Longwood 3, Floyd 0: Sophomore Angelica Hernandez and freshman Cassandra Castoro both scored their first career varsity goals to lift Longwood (2-2-1) in League I.Wheatley 7, Mineola 6: Chelsea Pincus and Rebecca Braito had three goals each to lead Wheatley (3-2-1) in non-league.FIELD HOCKEY
Commack 1, Sachem North 0: Kerry Haller scored off a rebound two minutes into overtime to win it for Commack (2-3) in Suffolk Division I.East Islip 4, Connetquot 1: Carlee Ancona scored two goals and Alexa Martino added a goal and an assist to lead East Islip (7-0) in Division II.BOYS GOLF
Babylon 4, Lindenhurst 3:Rebecca Barkin and Sarah Kauf defeated Savannah Haworth and Maggie Gill in the deciding second doubles match, 6-3, 6-2, for Babylon (1-8) in Suffolk League IV.Clarke 5, New Hyde Park 2:Lynn Koh defeated Natalie Bracco, 6-2, 6-1, at second singles to lead Clarke (5-1) in Nassau Conference A-IV.
Eastport-South Manor 3, Sayville 2: Senior Thomas Jordan had a career-high 66 assists, senior Connor Brandow had a career-high 28 kills and Brandon Calderone had 17 kills as Eastport-South Manor (4-0) overcame an 0-2 deficit for a 24-26, 22-25, 25-18, 25-20, 26-24 win in Suffolk League III.GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Port Washington 3, Syosset 1: Kristin Cangemi had six kills and six aces, Lizzie Sinn had 22 digs and Meghan Murphy had 19 assists to lead Port Washington (3-2) to a 21-25, 26-24, 25-12, 27-25 win in Conference AA-I.