Want to know who won, who lost, or just how your team fared in Week 5 of the high school football season? Here’s 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 email@example.com.
Friday, Oct. 2 –
New Rochelle 12, Clarsktown North 6: Defensive stand keeps New Rochelle unbeaten
Rye 13, Lourdes 7
Ossining 33, Mount Vernon 6
Gorton 51, Yonkers 0
Lakeland 9, Panas 0: Lakeland stings Panas in rivalry game
John Jay-East Fishkill 29, North Rockland 8
Mahopac 27, Arlington 14
Yorktown 35, Sleepy Hollow 0
Dobbs Ferry 36, Highland 6
Brewster 48, Somers 16: Brewster gets defensive, humbles Somers
Fox Lane 43, Ramapo 18
Harrison 47, Pelham 7
Suffern 24, Spring Valley 14
Clarkstown South 33, Mamaroneck 14
St. Dominic 22, Kennedy 6
Saturday, Oct. 3 –
Eastchester 31, Pearl River 7: Arcidiacono factors in five TDs, Eastchester now 5-0
Ardsley 23, Albertus Magnus 14
Scarsdale 38, Carmel 7
Woodlands 28, Haldane 0
Yonkers Montessori 31, Palisade Prep 6
Saunders 48, Roosevelt 6
Peekskill 53, Riverside 0
Hackley 28, Long Island Lutheran 6
Ketcham 13, White Plains 6
Wyomissing (Pa.) 42, Lincoln 0
Port Chester 8, Horace Greeley 7
Byram Hills 55, Beacon 43
Tuckahoe 32, Riverdale 12
Edgemont 29, Croton-Harmon 26
Pleasantville 20, Bronxville 7
Nanuet 12, Irvington 0
Putnam Valley 15, Briarcliff 0
Harvey 24, Dwight Englewood 24
Hen Hud 28, Tappan Zee 19
Valhalla 44, Hastings 6
John Jay 35, Nyack 13
Westlake 47, Blind Brook 0
Stepinac 34, Monsignor Farrell 28
St. Anthony’s 42, Iona Prep 20
Sunday, Oct. 4 –
Williston Northampton 38, Rye Country Day 7
Friday, Oct. 2 –
Rye 13, Lourdes 7: At Rye, the Garnets (5-0) remained unbeaten behind rushing touchdowns from Chase Pratt and T.J. Lavelle. Pratt finished with 27 carries for 128 yards and Lavelle had 11 carries for 84 yards. Jamie Clark added another 11 rushes for 42 yards on the ground. Rye will travel to rival Harrison at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 10 to try and complete a perfect regular season.
Suffern 24, Spring Valley 14: At Suffern, the Mounties scored 24 unanswered points to improve to 4-1. Stephen Lauro went 7 for 12 for 108 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed nine times for 88 yards.
Ossining 33, Mount Vernon 8: At Ossining, Shamar Holebrook had 33 carries for 208 yards and two touchdowns. He also caught an 11-yard touchdown from Liam O’Connor. Kyle Cristello and Mekhi Knox each added touchdowns on the ground. Cristello rushed for 98 yards and Knox had 113 on the ground. Ossining rushed for 435 yards as a team. Henry Terry rushed for Mount Vernon’s only score and added the two-point conversion run.
Lakeland 9, Panas 0: At Lakeland, the Hornets won their second straight over their intradistrict rivals behind Keir Maley’s 20 carries and 104 yards, which included the game’s only touchdown. Sean Makar had six carries for 81 yards on the ground and had a hand in nine tackles.
Gorton 51, Yonkers 0: At Lincoln High School, freshman Cameron Brown had five carries for 90 yards and a touchdown. Andy Revedecs rushed for a pair of Gorton touchdowns. Ed Ortiz also recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for a score. Jahkell Dunnican added a 44-yard kickoff return for a touchdown following a Gorton safety.
Fox Lane 43, Ramapo 18: At Torne Valley Field, Nick Lancia had 19 carries for 146 yards and two touchdowns in the first half for the Foxes. Teammate Will Cohen had 19 carries for 139 yards and three touchdowns in the second half. Fox Lane improved to 4-1.
John Jay-East Fishkill 29, North Rockland 8: At John Jay, Bristol Smith rushed for 159 yards and two touchdowns for the Patriots, who won their fourth straight to improve to 4-1. Ryan Schumacher also ran for a score and threw for another. North Rockland’s Dylan Senatore threw a 21-yard touchdown to Jordan Brown to give his team an early 8-0 lead. Read more about the game in the Poughkeepsie Journal.
Clarkstown South 33, Mamaroneck 14: At South, Matt Jung went 9 for 14 for 94 yards, including a 51-yard touchdown to Kyle Samuels. Samuels also rushed for a pair of scores. Vince Maraia contributed on nine tackles on defense. Samuels returned an interception 63 yards just before halftime for the Vikings, who won their fourth straight to improve to 4-1.
Yorktown 35, Sleepy Hollow 0: At Yorktown, Nick Santavicca had 18 carries for 253 yards and four touchdowns. Scott Weaver added six carries for 66 yards and a score. Justin Cavallo led the Huskers defense with six tackles and two forced fumbles. Max Costello had four tackles and an interception.
Harrison 47, Pelham 7: At Glover Field in Pelham, Mike Nannariello and Zach Evans each rushed for a touchdown. Nannariello also connected with Evans for a touchdown pass as Harrison took a 27-7 lead into the half.
Mahopac 27, Arlington 13: At Mahopac, Joe Cavaciuti had 21 carries for 90 yards and three touchdowns and Christian Donahoe had 12 carries for 90 yards and a touchdown. Chris Kocovic led the defense with eight tackles and Dino Milazzo added seven tackles and a sack. Michael DiMicco had four tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.
Saturday, Oct. 3 –
Pleasantville 20, Bronxville 7: At Pace University, Mike Hammond had 15 carries for 183 yards and two touchdowns for Pleasantville. Freshman Jack Howe threw a touchdown pass to Jack Minerva. Nick Salzarullo and Jack Drillock each had 11 tackles to lead the Panthers’ defense. Anthony Napolitano had the only touchdown for Bronxville. (The game was moved to Pace because of rain.)
Nanuet 12, Irvington 0: At Nanuet, the defense recorded five sacks and an interception by Mike O’Meara. Matt Levine had a team-high 10 tackles and blocked a punt. Connor Breit had 25 carries for 94 yards and a touchdown for the Golden Knights, who improved to 5-0. Brian McGreevy added 19 carries for 52 yards and a score.
Saunders 48, Roosevelt 6: At Roosevelt, Richie Kirwin went 7 for 11 for 103 yards and threw three touchdowns. Kirwin also rushed for 47 yards and another TD for the Blue Devils. Mar-kiece Jones rushed for 143 yards and two scores on just seven carries. Emilio Wilson-King and Bruce Diggs each had a pair of sacks.
Yonkers Montessori 31, Palisade Prep 6: At Palisade Prep, Ki’Shyne Shipmon threw a touchdown and ran for a 70-yard touchdown. Freshman Chris Baez returned a fumble recovery for a touchdown. Sophomore Fredrick Coffman returned the opening kickoff 75 yards for a score.
Byram Hills 55, Beacon 43: At Byram Hills, Lou Filippelli went 13 for 17 for 271 yards and four touchdowns and had 21 carries for 131 yards and two touchdowns. He connected with Matt Grotta seven times for 111 yards and two touchdowns. Danny Friedman had two catches for 77 yards and a score. Andrew Zaccagnino led the Bobcats rushing attack with 16 carries for 78 yards and a touchdown. He also recorded 12 tackles, a forced fumble and blocked a punt. Filippelli also had 12 tackles and Matt Milone had two interceptions. Thomas Addeo returned the blocked punt 35 yards for a score.
Putnam Valley 15, Briarcliff 0: At Putnam Valley, Mike Dellabate had 17 carries for 179 yards, including an 84-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Dellabate also had two interceptions. Zack Girvalo, who threw a 25-yard touchdown to Joe Spinola for Putnam Valley’s other touchdown, intercepted a Briarcliff pass in the end zone as his team held an 8-0 lead midway through the fourth quarter. Connie George also had two sacks and made a key goal-line stop in the fourth quarter.
Scarsdale 38, Carmel 7: At Scarsdale, the Raiders rushed for 372 yards and five touchdowns as a team, helping hand the Rams (4-1) their first loss. Stephen Nicholas rushed for a team-high 133 yards. Sam Squadron had 108 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Michael Rolfe added 89 yards and three touchdowns on the ground and finished 3 for 4 for 59 yards in the air.
Valhalla 44, Hastings 6: At Valhalla, Mike Ferrara had 176 yards and three touchdowns rushing and Jason Robles added 156 yards on the ground as the Vikings improved to 5-0. Kevin Williams added a 70-yard touchdown run for Valhalla, which rushed for 478 yards as a team.
Stepinac 34, Monsignor Farrell 28: At Farrell, Antonio Giannico rushed for 206 yards and three touchdowns and Tyquell Fields threw a touchdown to DeVante Reid. Liam Butler also kicked field goals of 34 and 37 yards for the Crusaders, who improved to 4-0. T.J. Morrison had an interception and Jordan Gunther forced a fumble.
Woodlands 28, Haldane 0: At Woodlands, Amari Bilal had 15 carries for 193 yards and two touchdowns. Timmy Leake had 15 carries for 100 yards and a touchdown and also recorded six tackles and a forced fumble. Sadique Stewart had six tackles, including give sacks. Stewart also rushed for Woodlands’ other touchdown. The score was tied at halftime, but Woodlands scored all four of its touchdowns in the third quarter. Sam Giachinta led Haldane with 30 yards rushing.
John Jay 35, Nyack 13: At White Plains High School, Hunter Keech went 8 for 15 for 140 yards and four touchdowns, including seven passes for 119 yards and four scores to Jackson Rieger. Keech also rushed 11 times for 145 yards and a score. L.J. Norfleet led Nyack with 16 carries for 117 yards and also went 7 for 10 for 93 yards and a touchdown. He connected with Malyk Michel six times for 75 yards and the touchdown as the Indians dropped their third straight.
Hackley 28, Long Island Lutheran 6: At Hackley, the Hornets improved to 4-0. Will Cotter finished 9 for 18 for 289 yards and two touchdowns. Both went to Winston Britton, who had three catches for 144 yards and also had an interception on defense. Elijah Ngbokoli also scored on an 82-yard touchdown run.
Hen Hud 28, Tappan Zee 19: At Hen Hud, Mike Smith had 22 carries for 135 yards and two touchdowns and Jordan Artope and Jared Hershman each added rushing touchdowns. Tommy Calandro finished 12 for 17 for 166 yards, including seven completions for 68 yards to Joe Pecchia and three for 74 yards to Smith. Artope led the Hen Hud defense with 12 tackles and Tommy Maloney had five tackles, a sack and a forced fumble.