South Fork Boys Lose To William Floyd

The South Fork boys lacrosse team used back-to-back penalties, which cost William Floyd its starting and backup goalkeepers Saturday, to pull within one goal, and tied the game when both teams were at full strength, but it was as close as the Islanders would come in a 16-9 loss to the Colonials Saturday, April 27, at Sachem North High School. The game was part of Sachem’s Lax For Autism series.

Floyd jumped to a quick 3-0 lead early in the first quarter, but two straight unsportsmanlike calls cost the Colonials their goalkeepers, which resulted in easy goal seconds into the two-man down situation. Logan Gurney fired a shot from the right side of the goal 20 yards out and scored to make it a one-goal game with 55.1 seconds left in the first, and four minutes into the second, Jackson Marcincuk scored on an empty-netter, despite the teams being back at full strength to tie the game. Floyd scored three straight once more before Gurney broke the streak. The Colonials ended up ahead 8-4 by halftime.

South Fork (2-10 overall, 2-8 in Division I) will host Patchogue-Medford (5-8, 4-7) Wednesday, May 1, at 5:15 PM before traveling to Huntington (6-6, 5-5) Friday, May 3, for a 4:30 PM matchup.

Mattituck Boys Take Down Miller Place

Mattituck/Southold laid down the law April 26 with a 15-3 tramping of Miller Place. The win was the Tuckers’ third straight.

Max Kruszeski helped keep his team on track with four goals and one assist. Matt Seifert added three goals and an assist to help boost Mattituck/Southold’s record to .500 (7-5 overall, 5-5 in Division II). His younger brother Ryan and Greg Hauser each made two goals and had two assists. Dane Reda scored twice and assisted once.

Luke Wojtas and Tyler Shuford, who shared time between the pipes, each made two saves.

The Tuckers hosted Eastport-South Manor (6-6, 5-5) April 30, but results were not available by press time. Mattituck hosts Center Moriches (1-11, 1-9) May 3 at 4:30 PM.

Kings Park Beat Hurricanes

Tyler Nolan had two goals and two assists, and Jaden Alfano St. John, Peter Traina, and Jack Gilbride each added a goal, but peppering the scoreboard across all four quarters didn’t do it, as Westhampton dropped a 9-5 contest to Kings Park April 27. The Hurricanes were firing throughout the game, though. They just couldn’t capitalize on opportunities as Kings Park goalkeeper Christian Michaels made a whopping 17 stops.

The Hurricanes (7-5 overall, 6-4 in Division II) ended the first down 4-2, but only got past Michaels once in each of the other three quarters. Westhampton did however hold Kings Park scoreless in the fourth. Andrew Arcuri made six saves in goal.

The Hurricanes hosted Islip (7-4, 6-3) April 30, but results were not available by press time. Westhampton will host Bellport (3-9, 1-9) May 2 at 5 PM.

Hoeg Sisters Keep It Up

Mackenzie Hoeg scored four goals and assisted on three others, and her older sister Riley added two goals and two assists to lead Mattituck/Southold to a bounce-back 9-7 nonleague win over Suffern April 27 following an 8-6 loss to Harborfields.

The Tuckers (7-4 , 6-4 in Division II) went up 6-4 at the end of the first 25 minutes, and each team scored three in the second to keep the margin the same. The sisters’ cousin Claudia Hoeg made three stops during the victory.

Maddie Schmidt and Francesca Vasile-Cozzo each scored once and added assists, and Kaitlin Tobin tacked on one goal.

Mattituck/Southold will host Rocky Point (5-7, 4-6) on Wednesday, May 1, at 4 PM, before traveling to Mt. Sinai (10-1, 9-1) for a May 3 game with a 4:30 PM start.

Fourth Straight Win For WH

Hollie Schleicher had four goals and one assist, Belle Smith added three goals and two assists, and Maureen Duffy scored three goals to lead Westhampton’s girls lacrosse team to its fourth straight win. The Hurricanes (9-3 overall, 7-3 in Division II) handed Hauppauge a 14-5 loss April 25.

Taylor Gallarello made three saves and Casey Gallagher two while five other Hurricanes got on the stat sheet.

Westhampton will take on Shoreham-Wading River (7-5, 5-5) on Wednesday, May 1, at 4 PM.

Bonackers Girls Bested By Deer Park

Grace Perello scored all five of East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson/Ross’s goals, but her efforts were not enough in a 17-5 loss to Deer Park April 12.

Kenverly Munoz had an assist in the loss for the Bonackers (1-11 overall, 0-10 in Division II), and Laura Calderon made a game-high 14 saves.

In fact, Deer Park didn’t have to make a single stop. Jordan Minerva and Alexa Skoubas beat out Perello as the top scorer, with seven and six goals respectively in their team’s win.

After a long break in action, East Hampton hosted Elwood-John Glenn April 30, but results were not available by press time. The Bonackers will travel to East Islip (3-8, 3-6) May 2 for a 4:30 PM matchup.

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