RESULTS FROM THURSDAY, SEPT. 22
Harrison 3, Rye 2: At Harrison, Darion Arango, Ryo Kakihara and Rintaro Ishiguro scored as the Huskies beat the Garnets for the first time since 2011.
Arlington 3, John Jay-EF 0: At Arlington, Eric Layden, Reese Hanson and Connor Bruyn scored.
Clarkstown South 3, North Rockland 3, 2 OT: At North Rockland, Zach Gloskin, John Guarino and Connor O’Brien each scored and Thomas Zodda made 14 saves as the Vikings overcame a two-goal deficit at halftime. TJ Piscopiello and Kenji Harper scored for the Red Raiders and Danny Lopez had two assists.
Yorktown 2, Port Chester 1: At PC, Joey Landicino had a goal and an assist and Timmy O’Callaghan scored. Selvin Estrada scored for the Rams and Mauricio Arango made eight saves for the Huskers.
Nanuet 3, Nyack 2: At Nanuet, Matt Wain scored twice and Nick Iozzo added another.
Rye Neck 1, Blind Brook 0: At Rye Neck, Luis Galeano scored on an assist from Jack Sheldon and Guillermo Pons made five saves.
Pleasantville 7, Westlake 0: In the Mount Pleasant Cup consolation game at Pleasantville, Jonathan Kyriakidis had four goals and two assists. Liam Perrine scored twice and Jake Stipo had his first varsity goal.
Stepinac 2, Christ the King 1: At Stepinac, Sal Vetro and Joe McDaid scored on assists from David Markolovic and Dylan Curran.
Ossining 2, Fox Lane 1: At Fox Lane, Miguel Marra scored both goals for the Pride on assists from Mateo Marra. Luke DeAngelis made nine saves.
Tappan Zee 2, Lourdes 0: At Lourdes, Kyle Shalvey and Daesob Lim scored on assists from Sam Gould and Thomas Shalvey.
Haldane 4, Pawling 1: At Pawling, Seth Warren and Andre van Dommele each had a goal and an assist. Justin Roffman and Justin Villa also scored for the Blue Devils.
Valhalla 4, Briarcliff 0: At Briarcliff, Matias Aranda had a goal and an assist and Casey Sullivan had two assists. Ricky Thomas, Jake Ramirez and Ethan Bartlett also scored and Lorenzo Luciano made five saves for the shutout.
Spring Valley 0, Suffern 0, 2 OT: At Suffern, Anderson Italien made six saves for the Tigers and Matt Stuttman made four saves for the Mounties.
Hamilton 3, Scarsdale B 2: At Hamilton, Luis Rodriguez scored twice and Adrian Tascon had a goal and an assist.
Irvington 1, Dobbs Ferry 0, OT: At Dobbs, Harry Plaut scored the winner on a free kick and Cristian Ishoo made four saves for the shutout.
Mahopac 3, Ketcham 2: At Ketcham, Niko DeCola scored twice and Nick Estrada also scored for the Indians. Jeremy Carroll made 11 saves.
Brewster 3, Panas 0: At Brewster, Edwin Lopez scored twice and Brian McKee had a goal and an assist.
North Salem 2, Putnam Valley 1: At Put Valley, Mike Selzer scored the winning goal in the 50th minute and Michael Dutt also scored. Lyron Murigi scored for Put Valley.
Pearl River 2, Albertus Magnus 0: At PR, Dara Donnelly scored his first varsity goal and Kevin Doorley also scored.
Eastchester 5, Ardsley 0: At Eastchester, Luca Fava scored twice and Kohei Ueno had three assists. Michael Branca, Andre Gheileman and Liam Buckley also scored.
Edgemont 7, Woodlands 1: At Edgemont, Sarvesh Kaul scored twice, Stefano Ballas had a goal and two assists and Julian Darviche had a goal and an assist. Jeff Gordon added his first varsity goal.
Byram Hills 2, Pelham 0: At Byram, Jack Beer had a goal and an assist and David Noel also scored. Matt Groll made four saves for the shutout.
White Plains 1, Scarsdale 0: At WP, Randy Verdin scored in the 25th minute on an assist from Gramajio Levin.
Mamaroneck 4, Mount Vernon 0: At Memorial Field, Alex Alma scored twice and Sebi Santamaria and Cameron Richards had a goal apiece. Dante Rhodes made seven saves for the shutout.
Somers 2, John Jay 0: At Somers, Jack Maher had a goal and an assist and Graham Roediger also scored.
Beacon 4, Hen Hud 1: At Beacon, Devin Lambe scored twice, John Mesnick had a goal and an assist and Kyle Davis also scored.
Peekskill 4, Sleepy Hollow 3: At Sleepy, Oswald Annang had a goal and an assist and Juan Velez had two assists. Isaiah Rivera, Byram Guarara and Kevin Lima also scored for the Red Devils. Manuel Crespo scored twice and Hugo Carpo once for the Horsemen.