Lohud Hockey Scoreboard: Novermber 29

Lohud Hockey Scoreboard: Novermber 29

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Lohud Hockey Scoreboard: Novermber 29

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Pearl River and North Rockland open the season today at Sport-O-Rama.

Pearl River and North Rockland open the season today at Sport-O-Rama.

I’ll say this as the first weekend of the season comes to a close, we’re going to see more competitive games than we did last season.

Call it a hunch.

The really skilled teams are few and far between. Right behind that group, though, is a pack of balanced teams. Keep an eye on Clarkstown, North Rockland, Rye/Town Harrison, New Rochelle, Mahopac and Rye. And things could get very interesting up at BIA this season where teams like Yorktown, John Jay, Somers/North Salem, Hen Hud, Fox Lane and Brewster all seem to be following the same formula. Depth is an issue, but there are enough talented individuals among the top five to keep things competitive.

I’m spending a little time with the family, but will keep the phone handy. Check in with me @lohudhockey as the day goes along, I’ll share the scores and my wife will roll her eyes.

Saturday recaps

Coach Mathews Invitational at Ebersole

Rye Town/Harrison 4, Yorktown 1: Jackson Schultz extended the Titans’ lead to 3-1 less than a minute after Shaun Benson got the Huskers within a goal. Doug Harrison had one goal and one assist for RTH.

Stepinac 7, White Plains 3: Justin Bernhard had three goals and one assist for the Crusaders. Anthony Morea added one goal and five assists. Liam Broderick and James Carrier gave the Tigers an early 2-0 lead.

Clarkstown 3, Monroe-Woodbury 2: Dean Baumann, Luke Myers and Adam Marvin scored in the win. Clarkstown had a 47-14 advantage in shots on goal.

Conference I Icebreaker Tournament

Somers/North Salem 3, Greeley 2: Michael Garrity scored with 3:32 to go in overtime. Sam Whitehouse and Ryan Renzulli scored in the second period for the Quakers to knot the score. Tim Henning made 20 saves for the Sabers.

Mahopac 5, Carmel 0: John Dignam had two goals for the Indians and Owen Nolan added one goal and one assist. Willow Barnes had 30 saves for the Rams.

John Jay 1, Brewster 0: Sean Blaney scored with 20 seconds to go in the first period. Stephen Fischer made 29 saves in his Bears debut while Taylor Isom had 14 stops for the Indians.

Hen Hud 4, Pawling 1: Brett Hanson had a goal and two assists to help the Sailors build a 3-0 lead. Michael Mackey had 26 saves in the win. Anthony Percacciolo had a goal and an assist for Hen Hud.

Others

Mamaroneck 13, Shaker/Colonie 2: Will Kirk had a hat trick and was named game MVP. Alex Ewald had two goals and one assist and was named tournament MVP. Andrew Gargiulo made seven saves to notch his first varsity win and Will Payne scored his first varsity goal.

Suffern 3, Pelham 2: Nick Davidoff and Stefan Miklakos gave the Pelicans an early 2-0 lead, but Reed Stark halved the lead with 1:08 to go in the first period. Evan Cama tied matters in the second. Matt Olsen netted the winner with 5:20 left in the game.

New Rochelle 4, Rivertown 0: Nick Scollard had two goals and two assists. Karina Sirabian had two assists. Arthur Liebowitz had 17 saves in the shutout.

Iona Prep 5, Fordham Prep 2: No game report.

Sunday

Coach Mathews Invitational at Ebersole

Clarkstown vs. Yorktown, 4 p.m.

Rye Town/Harrison vs. Stepinac, 6 p.m.

Monroe-Woodbury vs. White Plains, 8 p.m.

Brewster Icebreaker Tournament

Brewster vs. Lakeland, 6:30 p.m.

Other

North Rockland vs. Pearl River, 4:15 p.m.

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