Leading off today:
For the first time in 19 years Warwick left the Section 9 cross country championships without a boys team title Friday.
Monroe-Woodbury overcame a 1-2 Warwick finish paced by sophomore Behailu Bekele-Arcuri (15:33.95) by placing five scorers in the top 15 en route to a 57-59 victory in the Class A race at Bear Mountain State Park.
Daniel Hynes (16:08.94) placed sixth to lead the Monroe-Woodbury finishers.
"All season, our strength has been our depth and our (time) compression," Crusaders coach Jim Glover said after the team won for the first time since a 1992-94 three-peat.
Going upstate: Jillian Golden's penalty kick in the 54th minute broke a tie and gave Southold/Greenport a 2-1 win over Haldane to secure the program's first trip to the NYSPHSAA girls Class C soccer semifinals next weekend in Cortland.
"I was thinking of all the world-class players who miss their PKs on a higher level," Golden said following her Long Island-best 33rd goal of the season. "But I knew I wasn't going to miss because I don't miss PKs. I don't let myself miss."
Grace Syron had scored nine minutes after halftime to tie the score for Southold/Greenport, fresh off its first Section 11 championship since 1987.
More girls quarterfinals: Chanel Alexander scored the first of her two goals midway through the second half, cashing in her own rebound on a counterattack, to lead Aquinas over Newfane 2-0 in Class B. Lea Annechino made eight saves for the shutout.
Aquinas won 4-1 when the teams met in the regular season.
In Class D, defending champion Wheatland-Chili dominated North Collins 6-0 on the strength of a Hannah Callaghan hat trick. Callaghan scored twice in less than a minute to extend the lead to 4-0 in the second half.
Section 8 finals: Senior captain Morgan Camarda scored with 3:52 remaining in the second overtime as Massapequa defeated top-seeded Calhoun 1-0 to win its sixth straight county Class AA championship. Calhoun had defeated Massapequa twice during the season.
The Chiefs have won 14 of the past 15 Nassau County large-school championships.
"This year has definitely been, I would say, that hardest for us, goalkeeper Haylee Poltorak said. "Between losing twice to the team we played in the county finals, I definitely think this was a huge win and I couldn't be more excited about it."
• North Shore won the first title in program history, defeating Manhasset 4-2 in the Class A final.
Garden City and Rockville Centre South Side had won every previous championship since 2000.
Cailey Welch's second goal of the game, midway through the second half, gave North Shore a 3-1 lead.