If you want to know everything that happened this week in high school football, you’ve found the right destination. This will be the home for all the scores and recaps from Week 3’s games.
This post will be updated throughout the weekend. If we had coverage of a game, you can find it by clicking on that game’s final score. I will gather information from other games and post it below the scoreboard.
If you have information on a game that we don’t have, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, Sept. 18 –
John Jay-East Fishkill 21, Arlington 12
Ketcham 30, Fox Lane 13
Lakeland 25, Byram Hills 22
Lourdes 40, Somers 3
Spring Valley 40, Pelham 0
Nanuet 27, Pleasantville 7
Clarkstown South 31, Ossining 21
Harrison 35, Hen Hud 28 (OT)
Valhalla 40, Briarcliff 27
Tappan Zee 41, Nyack 37
Saturday, Sept. 19 –
Rye Neck 40, Haldane 12
Dobbs Ferry 20, Woodlands 14
Carmel 41, Ramapo 2
Suffern 6, Mount Vernon 0
Harding (Conn.) 30, Rye Country Day 23
Eastchester 41, Panas 21
Hackley 28, Fieldston 7
Pearl River 34, Port Chester 12
John Jay 42, Beacon 35
Brewster 27, Sleepy Hollow 14
Bronxville 16, Albertus Magnus 8
Ardsley 22, Irvington 21
Yonkers Montessori 48, Edgemont 37
Horace Greeley 16, Mamaroneck 13
Westlake 40, Putnam Valley 0
Blind Brook 32, Palisades Prep 0
Gorton 39, Saunders 14
Croton-Harmon 32, Hastings 9
Peekskill 50, Lincoln 0
Yonkers 49, Riverside 0
Harvey at Forman, ppd., 9/26
Kennedy 26, Nazareth 18
(Bye: Tuckahoe, Roosevelt)
Friday, Sept. 18 –
Harrison 35, Hen Hud 28 (OT): At Hen Hud, Zach Evans scored on a 10-yard touchdown run in overtime to give Harrison the lead. The defense then stopped Hen Hud on downs to win the game in overtime. Harrison went in front 28-25 when Jack White completed a 55-yard halfback pass to Matt Rossi with 1:30 left and Mike Nannariello completed a two-point pass to Evans. Hen Hud’s Marquan Anderson tied the game on a 25-yard field goal with two seconds left.
“Our kids showed great resilience and mental toughness against a Hen Hud team that played very well,” Harrison coach Dom Zanot said.
John Jay 21, Arlington 12: At John Jay, Ryan Schumacher threw for 89 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 119 and a TD. For more coverage on the rematch of last year’s Section 1 Class AA final, click here to read the story from the Poughkeepsie Journal.
Clarkstown South 31, Ossining 21: At South, Ryan Thomas had three touchdowns, including two rushing. Matt Jung threw touchdown passes to Thomas and Jack O’Shea. Kyle Samuels also rushed for a touchdown and Jack Spreckman had an interception for the Vikings, who built a 31-7 lead before allowing two late scores.
Tappan Zee 41, Nyack 37: At Nyack, Tappan Zee rallied to score three touchdowns in a 3-minute, 27-second span late the fourth quarter. The Dutchmen recovered two onside kicks in the quarter and then made a defensive stand in their own territory in the final seconds to preserve the victory. Tappan Zee is now 3-0.
For Tappan Zee, Liam Donohue finished 12 for 23 for 249 yards and a touchdown and rushed for a pair of scores. John Daly had seven receptions for 123 yards and Kevin Dennehey caught two passes for 70 yards, including a 34-yard score from Donohue in the fourth quarter.
L.J. Norfleet led Nyack with 20 carries for 258 yards and was 6 for 10 for 109 yards and two touchdowns through the air. Alec Albright also had three touchdowns on the ground. Malyk Michel had three catches for 99 yards and two touchdowns, rushed for a touchdown and returned a fumble 80 yards for another score.
Valhalla 40, Briarcliff 27: At Valhalla, Mike Ferrara ran for 220 yards and three touchdowns. Matt Garcia added 89 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Quarterback Ralph Gonzalez finished 5 for 6 for 105 yards. Valhalla improved to 3-0.
Lourdes 40, Somers 3: At Lourdes, Dean Rotger finished 16 for 23 for 297 yards and two touchdowns. For more on the game, read the story from the Poughkeepsie Journal.
Ketcham 30, Fox Lane 13: At Fox Lane, Tai-sean Dodd rushed for 235 yards and three touchdowns for Ketcham. Read more about the game from the Poughkeepsie Journal.
Saturday, Sept. 19 –
Ardsley 22, Irvington 21: At Irvington, Ardsley rallied from a two-touchdown deficit to win. The Panthers finally went ahead with 2:50 left when Julian McGarvey threw a 6-yard touchdown to Wooten on fourth-and-goal. Zach Lewis set up the winning drive with an interception. Jon Khym added a touchdown for Ardsley and kicked a field goal just before half after Irvington had opened a 14-0 lead.
Eastchester 41, Panas 21: At Eastchester, John Arcidiacono was 8 for 10 for 231 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for another 94 yards. He also returned an interception for a touchdown on defense. Andrew Schultz caught five of those passes for 162 yards, including all three TDs. Jacob Risi added three catches for 64 yards and John Guido had a sack and added a TD on the ground. The Eagles are now 3-0 for the first time since 2009.
Carmel 41, Ramapo 2: At Carmel, Joe Rodriguez went 6 for 9 for 129 yards and threw a pair of touchdowns to Ryan Sullivan, who had three catches for 74 yards. Kwashon Correa had 12 carries for 105 yards and a touchdown. John Morris added 55 yards and a TD on the ground. Eric Melchione and Walter Hoo each also rushed for touchdowns. The Rams improved to 3-0.
Suffern 6, Mount Vernon 0: At Mount Vernon, Anthony Guccione clinched the victory for the Mounties when he intercepted a pass with less than two minutes remaining. Stephen Lauro rushed for the game’s only touchdown.
Yonkers Montessori 48, Edgemont 37: At YMA, Ki’Shyne Shipmon had 14 carries for 234 yards and four touchdowns rushing and finished 14 for 18 for 244 yards and three touchdown passes to Reggie Rivas. Rivas caught seven passes for 172 yards.
Pearl River 34, Port Chester 12: At Port Chester, Kevin Scrima finished 5 for 9 for 182 yards threw two touchdowns to Brendan Conway, who had 141 yards receiving. Jonathan Farley rushed for 123 yards and two more scores. James McKiernan added a rushing touchdown for the Pirates, who are now 3-0. Joe Duffy led the Pearl River defense with 10 tackles.
Rye Neck 40, Haldane 12: At Rye Neck, Jack Evans had eight carries for 127 yards and three touchdowns and Chris Colangelo had 10 carries for 140 yards and two scores. Rye Neck rushed for 400 yards as a team. Jake Calcagni led the defense with 16 tackles. Mark Cianciulli had two sacks.
Dobbs Ferry 20, Woodlands 14: At Dobbs Ferry, Jibril Kapadia had 34 carries for 196 yards and two touchdowns for the Eagles, who improved to 3-0. Najee Smith added 12 carries for 69 yards and a score. Hadi Darvish led the defense wiht 11 tackles and Smith added 10. Kenny Torres and Chris Cipirano each had an interception.
Kennedy 26, Nazareth 18: At Poly Prep in Brooklyn, Kennedy snapped its 18-game losing streak, which was the fourth-longest in the state. The Gaels last won on Oct. 27, 2012 against Briarcliff. This was also their first league win since entering the CHSFL.
Hackley 28, Fieldston 7: At Fieldston, Will Cotter finished 5 for 8 for 123 yards and touchdowns of 49, 35 and 21 yards. Cotter also rushed for 41 yards and a score. The defense recorded seven sacks and forced four turnovers. Elijah Ngbokoli had two interceptions and Jack Winston had one. Winston, Nick Guttfliesh and Jordan Patrick caught the Hackley touchdowns.
Gorton 39, Saunders 14: At Saunders, Ian Ricketts Jr. had 26 carries for 239 yards and three touchdowns. The Wolves also received 139 yards and a touchdown on the ground from Romarch Smith. Gorton outscored Saunders 39-7 the final three quarters. Saunders had not allowed a point through its first two games. Smith helped break the game open in the third quarter with an 89-yard kick return for a touchdown and an 86-yard touchdown run.