With the second half of the regular season upon us, here’s the spot where you can find all the scores and recaps from this weekend’s games.
This post will be updated throughout the weekend as the scores, the stats and the details come in. 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. 25 –
Valhalla 25, Putnam Valley 24
Ossining 28, Port Chester 14
New Rochelle 33, Arlington 6
Clarkstown North 27, Mamaroneck 13
Tappan Zee 27, Ramapo 16
Millbrook 56, Rye Neck 22
Our Lady of Lourdes 32, Nyack 7
Rye 32, Panas 18
Fox Lane 29, White Plains 21
Spring Valley 34, Byram Hills 27
Mahopac 38, Horace Greeley 6
Dobbs Ferry d. Dover/Webutuck by forfeit
Saturday, Sept. 26 –
Albertus Magnus 27, Edgemont 0
Hackley 30, Tuckahoe 20
Croton-Harmon 43, Palisade Prep 7
Haldane 26, Pawling 6
Irvington 28, Blind Brook 0
Gorton 44, Roosevelt 18
Beacon 20, Lakeland 12
Pleasantville 28, Ardsley 12
Clarkstown South 35, Mount Vernon 20
Stepinac 20, Holy Cross 13
Cardinal Hayes 35, Iona Prep 18
Red Hook 39, Woodlands 38
Briarcliff 22, Hastings 14
Peekskill 38, Yonkers 6
Bronxville 41, Yonkers Montessori 8
St. Francis Prep 39, Kennedy 6
Riverside 18, Lincoln 4
Harvey 28, Forman 12
Conwell-Egan Catholic 35, Saunders 0
Brewster 51, John Jay 50 (OT)
Suffern 22, Ketcham 17
Hen Hud 40, Pelham 7
Friday, Sept. 25 –
New Rochelle 33, Arlington 6: At Arlington, New Rochelle took a commanding 31-0 lead before its defense allowed a point. Greg Powell was 10 for 14 for 190 yards and three touchdowns — two to Rashon McNeil and one to Keelan Thomas. McNeil caught two passes for 103 yards. New Rochelle improved to 4-0. To read more about this rematch of last year’s Class AA semifinals, read the story from the Poughkeepsie Journal.
Spring Valley 34, Byram Hills 27: At Torne Valley Field, Ori Jean-Charles rushed 18 times for 112 yards and threw for 206 yards and four touchdowns, including three to Dajon Russell and one to Devan Lawson. It was Russell’s second straight three-TD game. He had three catches for 96 yards. Leo Pamphile added a rushing touchdown for the Tigers. Lou Filippelli finished 19 for 34 for 264 yards and two touchdowns and rushed 14 times for 53 yards and two scores. Matt Grotta had six catches for 150 yards and both touchdowns.
Fox Lane 29, White Plains 21: At Fox Lane, Nick Lancia had 39 carries for 267 yards and two touchdowns for Fox Lane.
Tappan Zee 27, Ramapo 16: At Tappan Zee, Liam Donohue was 4 for 9 for 65 yards, but threw three touchdown passes. John Daly, Matt McGivney and Vincent Pagliaroli each caught a touchdown. Alec Albright had 58 yards and a touchdown rushing and Donohue had a team-high 69 yards on the ground. The Dutchmen rushed for 237 yards as a team. They are now 4-0.
Ossining 28, Port Chester 14: At Ossining, Kyle Cristello had 23 carries for 182 yards and a touchdown and Shamar Holebrook had 19 carries for 120 yards and a score. Liam O’Connor went 5 for 8 for 75 yards and Cristello threw a 5-yard TD to Christian Otero. Mekhi Knox had 79 yards of offense, including a rushing touchdown. Otero and Karheri Knox each had interceptions for Ossining.
Clarkstown North 27, Mamaroneck 13: At Mamaroneck, the Rams improved to 4-0 behind 119 yards rushing and a touchdown for Michael Porco on just 14 carries. Kyle O’Neill added 111 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries. Clarkstown North rushed for 336 yards as a team. The Rams were led on defense by 10 tackles for Cameron Conrad and two sacks by Prince Emili. Mamaroneck QB Bill Flatow (shoulder) returned for the first time since he was injured in the second quarter of the season opener.
Valhalla 25, Putnam Valley 24: At Putnam Valley, Valhalla’s James Flaherty blocked Putnam Valley’s 37-yard field goal attempt with about eight minutes remaining. The play helped preserve the Vikings’ 25-24 lead. Mike Ferrara had 168 yards rushing and two touchdowns, including one of 86-yards. Ralph Gonzalez threw for 198 yards, highlighted by a 69-yard TD to Kevin Williams. Valhalla is now 4-0.
Mahopac 38, Horace Greeley 6: At Mahopac, Joe Cavaciuti had 19 carries for 130 yards and four touchdowns for Mahopac. Robert Hoyt also added a rushing touchdown. Dino Milazzo led the defense, recording seven tackles, including three for-los, and a sack. Christian Donahoe and Chris Kocovic each had interceptions.
Saturday, Sept. 26 –
Albertus Magnus 27, Edgemont 0: At Albertus, Kyle Teneyck had 161 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries and caught a 16-yard touchdown from Benny Storms. Albie Argenio added 70 yards and a TD on the ground and Collin Crispino and Kyle Teneyck each had rushing scores. Stephen Storms led the Falcons’ defense with two sacks and Crispino had an interception.
Bronxville 41, Yonkers Montessori 8: At Bronxville, Anthony Napolitano had 17 carries for 111 yards and two touchdowns. Brian dePaul went 5 for 7 for 88 yards and two scores and rushed nine times for 60 yards and a TD. Will von Mehren had a 65-yard interception return for a touchdown and Nick Sutherland led the defense with 14 tackles and four sacks.
Stepinac 20, Holy Cross 13: At Stepinac, Louis Blackwell returned an interception 46 yards for a touchdown to help Stepinac built a 20-0 lead. Kai Clarillo caught an eight-yard touchdown from Tyquell Fields and Kobe Miranda ran one in from three yards out. Holy Cross scored both touchdowns in the final five minutes, including one as time expired. Stepinac star linebacker Daniel Negron did not play because of injury. T.J. Morrison made his season debut and had an interception.
Haldane 26, Pawling 6: At Pawling, Brandon Twoguns had 15 carries for 85 yards and two touchdowns and went 5 for 7 for 36 yards, including a TD to Anthony Percacciolo. Sam Giachinta had 65 yards and a touchdown on the ground for the Blue Devils as well. On defense, Giachinta recorded a sack and Twoguns had an interception.
Pleasantville 28, Ardsley 12: At Pleasantville, Jack Howe went 6 for 13 for 152 yards and two touchdowns — passes of 70 yards to Javaun Smith and 40 yards to Brian Reda. Mike Hammond had 19 carries for 62 yards and a touchdown and Howe added a TD on the ground. Hammond and Nick Salzarullo led the defense with eight tackles each.
Cardinal Hayes 35, Iona Prep 18: At Iona Prep, Michael Apostolopoulos threw three touchdowns — two to Christian Nigro, one to Rodney Samson Jr. — but the Gaels dropped to 0-3 on the season. They cut the deficit to 21-18 on Apostolopoulos’ second touchdown to Nigro early in the fourth quarter, but Hayes responded with a pair of late touchdowns. Shameen Jones rushed for a touchdown and caught another for Hayes.
Hackley 30, Tuckahoe 20: At Tuckahoe, Will Cotter was 8 for 9 for 125 yards and three touchdowns. Winston Britton caught a 30-yard touchdown and returned a punt 60 yards for another score. The Hackley defense forced three turnovers as the Hornets raced out to a 24-0 halftime lead.
Gorton 44, Roosevelt 18: At Roosevelt, Romarch Smith had 260 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns for the Wolves. He returned kickoffs 81 and 87 yards for scores. Ian Ricketts Jr. rushed for 56 yards and a touchdown and caught a 65-yard TD from Robbie Hamilton. Marvin Barnett led the defense with four sacks.
Hen Hud 40, Pelham 7: At Hen Hud, Mike Smith rushed five times for 163 yards and two touchdowns and caught three passes for 68 yards and a score. Jordan Artope added 118 yards and a touchdown on the ground. Tom Calandro finished 13 for 24 for 213 yards and two touchdowns. Nick Cunningham threw a 55-yard touchdown to Jack Attinelly. Tom Maloney led the Hen Hud defense with 10 tackles and had one of the team’s three interceptions.
Brewster 51, John Jay 50 (OT): At Mahopac High School, Matt Catalano went 14 for 26 for 211 yards and had 19 carries for 117 yards and a touchdown. He threw the winning two-point conversion to Jeremy Meissner. Jack Guida, who rushed for 150 yards, scored his fourth rushing touchdown of the game just prior to the winning two-point play.