Leading off today:
Converted soccer player Ryan Manna kicked a school-record 50-yard field goal with 26 seconds to play to give Burke Catholic
a 23-20 football victory over Chester on Saturday.
"Once it left my foot, I knew," Manna said.
Coach Aaron Hasbrouck pondered trying a Hail Mary throw before sending Manna out to attempt the kick. "'(He said) coach, I got it,'" Tierney said. "We knew Ryan had a boot."
Chester entered the game ranked 12th in the state in Class C. Burke Catholic is off to a 5-1 start in Class B.
Mount Sinai steps it up: Matthew LoMonaco made six catches for 182 yards and two touchdowns, leading Mount Sinai to a 35-21 win over Shoreham-Wading River.
Mount Sinai is ranked fifth in Class B and S-WR is tied for 25th in Class A.
LoMonaco's 72-yard catch-and-run set up Joey Spallina's 2-yard run for the first points of the game. The senior returned an interception 43 yards for a touchdown later in the half.
"He can do it all," Mount Sinai assistant coach Kevin Chartrand said. "He's a great corner. He's a captain of this team. He does everything. He punts the ball, he returns the ball, he does it all. We just haven't had him throw the ball ... yet."
Chartrand was running the team while Vinnie Ammirato served a one-game suspension following his ejection from the team's previous game.
More interclass contests: Anthony McCarley scored on two rushes, an 81-yard kickoff return and a 96-yard interception return for Class A Amherst in a 42-30 win over Albion, ranked 15th in Class B.
McCarley ran nine times for 105 yards. Nick O'Neil had 22 carries for 147 yards.
• K'myn Crumity rushed for 167 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries as Class A Greece Arcadia downed Batavia 26-7. Shakim Harris picked off two passes and scored a rushing TD.
Batavia is rated 12th in Class B.
• Cambridge/Salem, ranked seventh in Class C, sailed past Class D No. 14 Whitehall 42-0 as Kaedin Ogilvie scored on a 22-yard run and a 97-yard punt return in the first half. Senior Gabe Sgambettera chipped in with nine rushing attempts for 88 yards and three touchdowns.
Class AA upset: Massapequa senior running back Sam Khodaparast scored on a 3-yard run with 2:10 left for a 25-21 victory over No. 14 Farmingdale.
Khodaparast's TD capped a seven-play, 73-yard drive that included a 39-yard pass play from John Giller 15 of 22, 256 yards) to Alex Rende (seven catches, 121 yards) on a 3rd-and-5 play.