Albertus Magnus’ Ryan Doherty hit a free throw with five seconds left to force overtime as the Falcons went onto beat No. 13 Somers 48-41 on Friday. Magnus outscored the Tuskers 9-2 in overtime. Doherty finished with 10 points. Madison McGrath had 16 points and Maeve Parahus had 12. Christine O’Riordan had 10 points.
Nicole DeMase had 14 points for Somers. Albertus Magnus will host No. 5 John Jay on Tuesday in the quarterfinals.
Pelham 50, Sleepy Hollow 43: In the first round of the Class A playoffs at No. Sleepy Hollow, Vittoria Volpe had 16 points and 10 rebounds for the 15th-seeded Pelicans. Jordan Amorelli had 13 points and Campbell Fee added 12 rebounds. Alex Davis-Sumter had 15 points and Jessica Tucci had 11 for Sleepy Hollow. Pelham will play at No. 7 Nanuet on Tuesday in the quarterfinals.
Hen Hud 34, Harrison 28: In the first round of the Class A playoffs at No. 8 Harrison, Cassidy Boyle had 13 points and Leatina Hutchings had nine for the No. 9 Sailors. Jessica Scazzaro had seven points for the Huskies. Hen Hud will play at No. 1 Pearl River on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. in the quarterfinals.
John Jay 49, Tappan Zee 47, OT: In the first round of the Class A playoffs at No. 5 John Jay, Sarah Lang scored eight of her 18 points in the fourth quarter to help force overtime and Sydney Glenn hit a key lay up in the extra frame to seal the win for the Indians. Glenn finished with 12 points, as did teammate Delaney Spencer. Kristen McLaughlin had 14 points and Jillian Lynch had 12 for the Dutchies. John Jay will play the winner of No. 13 Somers and No. 4 Albertus Magnus on Tuesday.
Pearl River 65, Brewster 31: In the first round of the Class A playoffs at No. 1 Pearl River, Amanda DeCourcey had 14 points and Jesse Neugebauer had 10. Brittany Deieso had 13 points and Megan Lueder had 10 for the No. 16 Bears.
Nanuet 63, Byram Hills 50: In the first round of the Class A playoffs at No. 7 Nanuet, Theresa Jelalian had 22 points. Alanna Prosapio had 16 points and 13 rebounds. Allison Rogers (12) and Dana Rohan combined for 22 rebounds. Rohan had five blocks. Lucy Bancone had 20 points for the No. 23 Bobcats.
Ossining 84, Mamaroneck 37: In the first round of the Class AA playoffs at No. 1 Ossining, Saniya Chong scored 25 points, extending her Section 1 record for career points to 2,731. Chong also had 10 assists. Andra Espinoza-Hunter had 15 points. Shadeen Samuels had nine points and 11 rebounds. Maggie Sullivan had 16 points for the Tigers. The Pride will host No. 8 Scarsdale Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.
Clarkstown South 51, Horace Greeley 37: In the first round of the Class AA playoffs at No. 7 Clarkstown South, Allison Haugh had 16 points. Alex Recupero had 10 points and seven rebounds. Kayla Tucek had 10 rebounds. Jackie Brett had 13 points for the 10th-seeded Quakers. The Vikings will play at No. 2 Lourdes in the quarterfinals on Wednesday.
Ursuline 66, Fox Lane 41: In the first round of the Class AA playoffs at No. 4 Ursuline, Alyssa Lawrence had 12 points and Anna Savino had nine. Haley Gallagher had 12 points for the No. 13 Foxes. The Koalas will host No. 5 Arlington in the quarterfinals at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
New Rochelle 55, Mount Vernon 50: In the first round of the Class AA playoffs at No. 6 New Rochelle, Sydney Pinn had 19 points and Amirror Dixon had 17 points. Lubirdia Gordon had 19 points for Mount Vernon. New Rochelle will face the No. 14 East Ramapo/No. 3 John Jay East-Fishkill winner in the quarterfinals on Wednesday.
Arlington 73, Mahopac 53: In the first round of the Class AA playoffs at No. 5 Arlington, Mairead Hynes had 16 points and Alayne Felix had 14 points for Mahopac.
Lourdes 61, Clarkstown North 42: In the first round of the Class AA playoffs at No. 2 Lourdes, Nikki Petri had 21 points for No. 18 Clarkstown North.
Irvington 65, Bronxville 22: In the first round of the Class B playoffs at No. 1 Irvington, Lexi Martins had 20 points, eight rebounds and four blocks. Lauren Chafizadeh (7) and Laura DiCampli combined for 13 steals. Danielle Kelly had eight points for the No. 16 Broncos. The Bulldogs will host No. 8 Valhalla in the quarterfinals Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Kennedy 68, North Salem 36: In the first round of the Class B playoffs at No. 3 Kennedy, Kiera Hennessy had 22 points and eight rebounds. Leah Greene had 14 points, nine steals and seven assists. The Gaels will host No. 6 Ardsley in the quarterfinals Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Ardsley 63, Rye Neck 54: In the first round of the Class B playoffs at No. 6 Ardsley, Casey Foley had 21 points. Toni Pilla had 12 while Nicolina Chenard had 10. Paige O’Donnell had 13 points for the No. 11 Rye Neck while Sarah Cochrane had 11.
Pleasantville 42, Edgemont 39: In a Class B first round game at No. 4 Pleasantville, AnnMarie DiCarlo scored nine points for the Panthers. Annie Stockel added eight points. Shayna Davner scored 17 points for No. 13 Edgemont. Pleasantville will host No. 5 Dobbs Ferry Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. in the quarterfinals.
Valhalla 61, Westlake 54: In the first round of the Class B playoffs at No. 8 Valhalla, Brianna Ciocca had 12 points, seven rebounds and six blocks. Rachel Beckley had 12 points and Alyssa Colantuno had 11 points. Katie Cullen had 20 points for Westlake.
Dobbs Ferry 53, Croton-Harmon 27: In the first round of the Class B playoffs at No. 5 Dobbs Ferry, Alyssa Chipello scored 15 points. Molly Altholz scored 10 points. Kristin Foresti had 10 assists. Grace Mulligan had seven points for the No. 12 Tigers.
Blind Brook 77, Hastings 35: In the first round of the Class B playoffs at No. 2 Blind Brook, Jackie Lavitt and Ally Silfen each had 22 points. Elena LeFevre had 11 points for the No. 15 Yellow Jackets. Blind Brook will host No. 7 Briarcliff in the quarterfinals Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.