Leading off today:
Derek Robertson went 19-for-32 for 235 yards and four touchdowns in his debut at quarterback as Iona Prep
defeated Warwick (R.I.) Bishop Hendricken 40-22 in non-league football Saturday.
Bishop Hendricken, a seven-time defending state champion, was riding a 27-game winning streak.
Robertson threw two touchdowns to Sean Fleming and one apiece to Matthew Panker and Jacob Hargraves, the latter covering 69 yards. Malkelm Morrison also returned a kickoff 85 yards for a score and blocked a field goal in the victory.
• Monsignor Farrell scored a 20-7 win Friday over Providence (R.I.) LaSalle, which has lost the last three state finals to Hendricken.
More CHSFL action: Xavier's Demetrios Demetriades scored on a 20-yard run on the first play after a fumble recovery to earn a 19-13 win in double overtime vs. St. John the Baptist.
Quarterback Nicholas DelCore of St. John the Baptist forced OT with a 56-yard touchdown run with 10 seconds remaining.
• Julian Chung ran for two TDs and caught eight passes for 129 yards and another score as St. Anthony's downed Delbarton (N.J.) 35-21. Sean Bryan had 19 carries for 201 yards and one TD.
Late L.I. drama: Michael Proios' 3-yard TD pass to Gianni Macchio with :08 to go gave Mepham a 35-34 win over MacArthur. Nick Cucinella's interception at the MacArthur 45-yard line wrapped up the win.
Mepham drove 60 yards to the winning score in 2:30 without a timeout. Proios threw for 315 yards and three touchdowns.
More Island action: Oceanside quarterback Tommy Heuer completed 36 of 46 passes for 354 yards and three touchdowns in a 45-21 win over Massapequa. Heuer went 7-for-7 for 49 yards on the Sailors' opening drive, capped by a short TD run by Derek Cruz.
"This is the best group of skill players we've had in my nine years," Oceanside coach Rob Blount said. "We have a lot of weapons on the offense and Tommy was as close to perfect as you can get."
A wild one up north: Cris Arzola (24 carries, 234 yards) scored on a 3-yard carry and then punched in the conversion run as Beekmantown edged Peru 41-40 in overtime.
The Indians' Austin Carpenter scored on a 1-yard rush on Peru's overtime possession.
The decision to play for the win came during a timeout after Arzola's fourth TD of the day.