Leading off today:
Mike Bienkowski scored with 5.6 seconds remaining in Tuesday's Section 11 boys Class C lacrosse title game, giving Islip a dramatic 6-5 victory over Mount Sinai, the state's top-ranked team.
Bienkowski made his winning move beginning with just under 10 seconds to go, sprinting from behind the cage, spinning to his left and letting it fly.
"We were trying to tire them out and lull them to sleep where if I dodge and someone isn't paying attention, they can cut," said Bienkowski, who had two goals and an assist. "It just worked out and we scored."
Islip will face Cold Spring Harbor in the Long Island Class C championship game and NYSPHSAA quarterfinal on Saturday.
Cold Spring Harbor's 10-9 victory over Wantagh was nearly as dramatic. Aris Goldschmidts scored his fifth goal of the game with :43.6 left in the Section 8 final.
Kevin Winkoff picked up his fifth assist of the contest on the decisive goal for the three-time defending NYSPHSAA champions.
"We were looking for Aris. He was hot all day," Winkoff said. "The whole team was calling for him to get it. He stepped in from 15 yards."
Nick Teresky scored four goals for Wantagh, which built a 6-2 lead with 3:56 left in the third quarter before the Seahawks responded by scoring three goals in 2:43 to cut the deficit to one entering the fourth.
The lead was 8-6 before CSH scored the next three to take the lead with 3:54 left. Wantagh's Thomas Van Bargen squared the game at 9-9 with 2:26 left.
More L.I. lacrosse: Trevor Yeboah-Kodie and Kyle Steinbach scored three goals each as Garden City rolled past rival Garden City 15-5 for the Section 8 Class B championship.
Manhasset had won the regular-season meeting by a 7-4 margin.
"We figured out their zone," Trojans coach Steve Finnell said. "We think we have a lot of depth on offense and it showed tonight."
• Goalie Mike Venezia turned aside 11 shots as Massapequa defeated Syosset 7-2 for the Section 8 Class A championship.
Timmy Ley scored twice and Garrett Gibbons and Logan Tucker each contributed a goal and an assist.
More boys lacrosse: John Jay Cross River won its first Section 1 title since 2010 by knocking off Section 1 Class B gold standard Yorktown 10-8.
The Indians had ended an eight-year losing streak against the defending champs back on April 6.
"They're the best program in the history of the section, so to beat them is really special," John Jay coach Tim Schurr said. "Their kids never give up and our kids today, they left it on the field."
Indians goalkeeper Shahe Katchadurian made 13 saves and John Jay took charge early by scoring the only three goals of the first quarter.