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Week 3 high school football scoreboard, Sept. 16-17

Yorktown High School football scoreboard.

Yorktown High School football scoreboard.

The high school football scoreboard will be updated with final scores and game recaps throughout the weekend. If you have information — like scores or stats — to report, please contact football write Josh Thomson through e-mail at jthomson@lohud.com, or reach Josh on Twitter @lohudinsider.

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The Week 3 high school football schedule

Week 3 schedule and scores —

Friday, Sept. 16

Arlington 17, John Jay-East Fishkill 7

Carmel 21, Mahopac 0

Pleasantville 29, Putnam Valley 6

New Rochelle 34, Scarsdale 0

Yorktown 34, Somers 13

Rye 42, Lourdes 18

Brewster 56, Hen Hud 49

Clarkstown North 28, Mamaroneck 20

Harrison 28, Beacon 20

Hackley 41, Woodlands 12

Pelham 47, Yonkers 6

Spring Valley 31, Ossining 24

Lakeland 21, Nyack 14

Panas 14, Tappan Zee 10

Game recaps —

Yorktown 34, Somers 13: Yorktown overcomes second-half setback to top Somers

Carmel 21, Mahopac 0: David Vega gets Carmel turned around with big play

Brewster 56, Hen Hud 49: Guida’s eight TDs wills Brewster to remarkable 56-49 win

Arlington 17, John Jay 7: Arlington ends losing streak against rival John Jay (from Poughkeepsie Journal)

Pleasantville 29, Putnam Valley 6: At Pleasantville, Jack Howe went 8 for 17 for 126 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed seven times for 72 yards, including a 60-yard score. Howe threw touchdowns of 24 yards to Declan McDermott and 20 yards to Brian Reda. Tim Stelzl led the defense with eight tackles and Brian Halloran had an interception. Putnam Valley scored its only points in the fourth on an 8-yards pass from Angelo Milano to Rudy Gonzalez.

New Rochelle 34, Scarsdale 0: At Scarsdale, Romeo Holden rushed for touchdowns of 58 and 72 yards for the Huguenots. Jared Baron and Keion Hiland-Jones also rushed for touchdowns. Jonathan Saddler threw another to Myles Taylor.

Rye 42, Lourdes 18: At Lourdes, T.J. Lavelle threw three touchdowns and Will Tepedino rushed for two touchdowns in a rematch of last year’s Class A championship game.

Clarkstown North 28, Mamaroneck 20: At Clarkstown North, Jake Katz went 6 for 11 for 144 yards and a touchdown. Eric Maurer caught four of those passes for 120 yards and a TD. Michael Piscani had 14 carries for 106 yards and a touchdown and Kyle O’Neill added two more rushing touchdowns. Daniel O’Rourke had 27 carries for 171 yards and three scores for Mamaroneck, which was stopped near the goal line on its final possession.

Hackley 41, Woodlands 12: At Hackley, Will Waterhouse had 160 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Winston Britton returned from an ankle injury to catch six passes for 137 yards and a score.

Pelham 47, Yonkers 6: At Pelham, Kevin Coleman had five carries for 127 yards and three touchdowns. Tony Terricano added 104 yards on the ground. Brandon Blake also had a 66-yard rushing touchdown. Owen Anastas caught a 33-yard TD from Nick Milanese as the Pelicans improved to 3-0.

Spring Valley 31, Ossining 24: At Ossining, Tyreke Smith scored the go-ahead touchdown in the final minutes. Spring Valley had trailed 24-23 in the fourth quarter. Mike Mirville and Michael Maynes also rushed for touchdowns. Devan Lawson caught a touchdown and a two-point conversion catch from Isaiah Dean, who rushed for over 100 yards.

Lakeland 21, Nyack 14: At MacCalman Field in Nyack, Sean Makar rushed for over 200 yards and scored two touchdowns. Justin Rivera rushed for another score early in the third quarter to give the Hornets a 21-0 lead. Nyack rallied in the fourth quarter, pulling within 21-14 on Tybarius Davis’ 4-yard touchdown run and a fumble recovery in the end zone off a bad punt snap by Lakeland. The Indians blocked a field goal on the Hornets’ ensuing possession with less than two minutes remaining, but they lost possession on a fumble on the next play.

Panas 14, Tappan Zee 10: At Panas, Brandon Hodge rushed for the winning touchdown with 58 seconds remaining. Hodge also passed for a touchdown. Linebacker Taizon Barrett led the Panthers, recording double-digit tackles on defense.

Saturday, Sept. 17

Kennedy 38, Nazareth 14

Dobbs Ferry 38, Rye Neck 14

Bronxville 40, Haldane 15

Stepinac 42, Iona Prep 34

Nanuet 26, Albertus Magnus 6

Ardsley 10, Blind Brook 0

Westlake 21, Valhalla 17

Irvington 24, Yonkers Montessori 22

Edgemont 38, Hastings 0

Briarcliff/Hamilton 29, Croton-Harmon 0

John Jay 28, Sleepy Hollow 7

Eastchester 38, Peekskill 6

Pearl River 42, Port Washington 0

White Plains 44, Mount Vernon 18

Riverside 20, Saunders 8

Port Chester 15, Ketcham 14

North Rockland 48, Ramapo 6

Gorton 39, Roosevelt 0

Clarkstown South 30, Suffern 0

Fox Lane 20, Greeley 17

Rye Country Day 40, Long Island Lutheran 12

Byram Hills 42, Lincoln 6

Fieldston 41, Tuckahoe 18

Game recaps —

Stepinac 42, Iona Prep 34: Stepinac needs fifth-down stop in 42-34 defeat of Iona

Clarkstown South 30, Suffern 0: Matt Jung and Clarkstown South improve to 3-0

Nanuet 26, Albertus Magnus 6: At Nanuet, Connor Breit had 90 yards and three touchdowns rushing for the Golden Knights. Tom Fay threw a 29-yard score to Mike O’Meara.

Ardsley 10, Blind Brook 0: At Ardsley, Julian McGarvey threw a 5-yard touchdown to Gary Robbins for the game’s only touchdown.

Eastchester 38, Peekskill 6: At Eastchester, Mark Cacciola had 20 carries for 231 yards and a touchdown. Ryan Blume led the defense with 12 tackles and returned a fumble for a touchdown.

Pearl River 42, Port Washington 0: At Pearl River, James McKiernan scored three touchdowns and Jonathan Farley rushed for two more. Kevin Scrima threw one touchdown to both McKiernan and Nick Schiavone.

White Plains 44, Mount Vernon 18: At Mount Vernon, Glenmour Osbourne had 25 carries for 361 yards and five touchdowns for the Tigers. They rushed for 481 yards as a team. It was the first win for coach Mike Lindberg.

Fox Lane 20, Greeley 17: At Greeley, Jacob Payson went 17 for 30 for 152 yards and two touchdowns and Tanner More added 154 yards rushing and a score.

Rye Country Day 40, Long Island Lutheran 12: At Rye Country Day, Evander Jackson went 3 for 5 for 118 yards and two touchdowns. Hannes Boehning rushed for three scores.

Fieldston 41, Tuckahoe 18: At Tuckahoe, Mike Annunziata was 8 for 14 for 155 yards and two touchdowns for the Tigers. Both went to Alex Williams, who had 115 yards receiving.

Riverside 20, Saunders 8: At Roosevelt High School in Yonkers, Ernest Rice went 4 for 5 for 157 yards passing and Isiah Frias rushed for 89 yards and three touchdowns.

North Rockland 48, Ramapo 6: At North Rockland, Cameron Lewis rushed for 137 yards and four touchdowns. Lamar Seward Jr. added 107 yards and a touchdown on the ground.

Port Chester 15, Ketcham 14: At Ketcham, Shawn Blackburn scored the winning touchdown on a reverse from 33 yards out on fourth down with three minutes remaining. Jason Wiley scored Port Chester’s other touchdown.

Kennedy 38, Nazareth 14: At Kennedy, David Keogh went 10 for 17 for 114 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 60 yards and a score. Jimmy Weider added 75 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. The defense forced four turnovers.

Briarcliff/Hamilton 29, Croton-Harmon 0: At Croton, Nick Reish scored two touchdowns. Henry Anderson went 5 for 6 for 94 yards and a score. Luca Lombardi recovered a blocked punt for a touchdown.

Dobbs Ferry 38, Rye Neck 14: At Dobbs Ferry, Najee Smith had 11 carries for 175 yards and three touchdowns and Tion Holness had 14 carries for 90 yards and a score. Jack Capuano led the defense with 12 tackles.

Westlake 21, Valhalla 17: At Westlake, the Wildcats rallied from a 17-0 halftime deficit to win. The defense stopped Valhalla at the Westlake 27 on fourth-and-2 with 1 minutes remaining. Andrew DeBiase scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 10-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Gorton 39, Roosevelt 0: At Gorton, six different players scored touchdowns, led by Alfred Koomsan, who had two. Malik Jones rushed for a team-high 98 yards and a touchdown. Jamel Batts led the defense with three sacks.

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