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Highlights of Hills West defeating Riverhead 42-28.
The pressure on Riverhead quarterback Ken Simco came from all sides. There was nowhere to run. The Half Hollow Hills West defense recorded eight sacks and forced three turnovers Saturday in a 28-13 win in a Suffolk Division II semifinal playoff game before a crowd of 800 in Dix Hills.
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The Nassau I quarterfinals open in East Meadow, where the Jets host high-flying Freeport, at 1:30 p.m. Friday. Freeport (4-4) is averaging 34 points per game but the Red Devils will struggle against a much bigger East Meadow line that helps the Jets produce 38 points per game behind halfback John
Three football Suffolk II teams head into the final week of the season with the exact power-point rating. Newfield, Smithtown West and Half Hollow Hills East are tied at a 104.48 rating. If they finish in a three-way tie after this week then Smithtown West would be the odd team out based on the ...
SUFFOLK I 1. COMMACK COUGARS Coach: Denis Conroy advertisement | advertise on newsday Key players: F/C Chelsea Schultz 6-1; G/F Jackie DelliSanti 5-8; G Jillian Spagnuola 5-2; G Samantha Miller 5-5; F Leanne Corso 5-9 Outlook: Schultz brings tremendous shooting and quickness; DelliSanti good
Troy Trent blocked an attempted game-winning field goal by Nick Fountis with eight seconds left as Riverhead knocked off previously undefeated Bellport, 9-7, at Joe Cipp field on a rainy and windy Saturday afternoon.
Here's how our so-called experts did in the second week of the LI football playoffs
The 19 games feature six No. 2 vs. No. 3 matchups, four in the public school ranks and three in the CHSFL. Additionally, a Long Island record may fall as Sayville quarterback Jack Coan is four TD passes shy of the single-season record of 38 held by Lawrence's Joe Capobianco (2012).