East Hampton team still looking for first Division II win

Bonackers Fall To Port Jeff




Independent/Gordon M. Grant

The Bonackers came up with eight goals, but it wasn’t enough in a 20-8 loss to Port Jefferson April 6.

Grace Perello put away seven goals to bring her total to 24 on the season. Sophia Bitis added the final goal and Asha Hokanson assisted. The East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson/Ross team had an April 8 game at Center Moriches, but results were not available by press time.

The Westhampton Beach girls, on the other hand, bounced back from a 12-5 loss to Eastport-South Manor April 1 with an 11-3 win over Harborfields April 5. Hollie Schleicher had four goals, Belle Smith added three goals and one assist, and Olivia Rongo scooped up four ground balls and forced three turnovers to lead the Hurricanes (3-2) in Division II.

The Hurricanes traveled to Islip April 9 but results were not available by press time.

Westhampton’s (4-2) boys lacrosse team ended the week with a loss, 11-5, at undefeated Mt. Sinai April 6. It snapped a two-win streak for the Hurricanes after a 3-0 shutout of Deer Park and 13-11 win over Elwood-John Glenn. Tyler Nolan had a hat trick in the loss to the Mustangs. Jack Gilbride and Peter Traina each added a goal, and Chris Bender had an assist. Goalkeeper Andrew Arcuri made 11 stops. Westhampton travels to Babylon today, April 10, for a 4:30 PM matchup.

The South Fork boys team is still searching for its elusive first win. The Islanders wrapped up the week with a 17-6 loss at Lindenhurst April 5. Prior to that, the South Fork (6-0) team suffered a 17-4 loss to Walt Whitman and a 16-4 defeat at the hands of Half Hollow Hills East. Luke Marro made three goals in the game against Lindenhurst, and Cole Shaw and Cooper Brindle each added a goal and an assist. Brian Damm rounded out the scoring while Lucas Martin made nine saves and Cody Buzubek one between the pipes.

The Islanders traveled to Copiague Tuesday, April 9, but results were not available by press time.

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