It’s early in the season, but every score book I’ve seen this season is already warped and wrinkled.
That happens when it’s continually raining or snowing.
We might see a little sunshine this afternoon. I’ll be at White Plains to see if the undefeated Tigers might be a player in Class A this season. They are hosting a North Rockland team that wasn’t ready for prime time a week ago. You can follow me @lohudlacrosse for scoring updates.
You’ll noticed I changed up the recaps below, hoping to squeeze in a few more names. If time allows, I’ll keep it that way.
Hackley at Fieldson, 4:15 p.m.
Ardsley at Blind Brook, 4:30 p.m.
Clarkstown South at Irvington, 4:30 p.m.
North Rockland at White Plains, 6 p.m.
Pleasantville 13, Greeley 3: Baylor Rosenbaum had four goals and one assist for the Panthers. Sam Mishkind scored twice for the Quakers.
St. Dominic’s 16, Stepinac 6: Gianni Ciffone had three goals for the Crusaders and Pat Magliocchino added one goal and one assist.
Fox Lane 12, Somers 6: Thomas Tenney had five goals and Cullen Morgan added two goals and three assists for the Foxes, who have own three in a row. Andrew Gross had three goals for the Tuskers.
Croton-Harmon 13, Dobbs Ferry 3: Sam Roth had six goals and one assist for the Tigers, who also got one goal and six assists from Jake Borkow. Damen Baglieri had two goals and one assists for the Eagles.
Wappingers 15, Ossining 4: Jack Decker had five goals and one assists for the Warriors, who have won three straight following an opening-day loss. Wes Rodgers had two goals for the Pride and Jayson Aryee made 20 saves.
Iona Prep 11, CBA Albany 3: Chris Kownacki and Brendan Lao each scored three times for the Gaels, who also got two goals and one assist from Christian McHugh.
John Jay 11, Mahopac 5: Matt Lupinacci had four goals and one assist for the John Jay, which broke a five game losing streak. Ryan Lee added three goals and an assist. Danny Foley had two goals for Mahopac.
Bronxville 20, Sleepy Hollow 4: Sam Powell had five goals and Robbie Westerfield had five assists for the Broncos. Henry Grass added three goals and three assists. Daniel Yawman had two goals and one assist for the Horsemen.
Hen Hud 14, Great Neck South 6: Nick Marra, Matt Kolesar and Ryan Tandy each scored three times for the Sailors. Austin Fraser added three assists. Jared Greban had three goals in the loss.
Hastings 12, Keio 9: Sam Provet had five goals and one assist for the Yellow Jackets, who also go three goals and two assists from John Ceballes. So Kamatso had three goals and one assist for Keio.
Mamaroneck 16, Pearl River 3: Reed Malas had four goals and two assists for the Tigers. Chris Conley added four goals and one assist. Austin McNeill had two goals for the Pirates.
Kennedy 15, Spellman 6: Gerard Martirano had six goals for the Gaels, who improved to 4-1. Alex Souza and Will Martirano added three goals apiece.
Briarcliff 13, Edgemont 1: Danny Millner had three goals and four assists for the Bears. John Plimpton won 9 of 11 face offs and Stefan Paone added two goals and one assist.
Yorktown 17, Brewster 4: Michael Dedvukaj led the Huskers with five goals. Nick Del Bene added two goals and three assists. Justin Cavallo and Ryan Baker each had three goals in the win. Joe Guida had two goals for the Bears.
Suffern 10, Scarsdale 5: Deighton Anderson had four goals for the Mounties, who also got a goal and five assists from Tom Schember. Cooper Schneider had two goals and one assist for the Raiders.
Irvington 7, Rye Neck 6 OT: Dillon Morley had four goals to lead the Bulldogs. Carson Cerrito added two goals and Josh Schultz came up with 13 saves in the win.
Arlington 13, Putnam Valley 6: Kevin Litchauer had six goals and one assist for the Admirals. Brendan Sunday added three goals and three assists and Javon Jackson had a .700 win percentage on face offs. Noah Kelvas had three goals for the Tigers.
Haldane 13, Lourdes 11: Peter Hoffmann and Tucker Hine each got five goals for the Blue Devils, who knocked the Warriors from the ranks of the unbeaten.
Harrison 12, Tappan Zee 5: Owen Van Tongren had three goals and two assists for the Huskies. Matt McLaughlin and Harry Bramwell each added two goals and two assists. Tom Berrigan had three goals for the Dutchmen.
Pelham 15, New Rochelle 4: Davis Allen had three goals and one assist for the Pelicans, who also got one goal and three assists from Ben Girolamo and two goals and two assists from Ciaran Bennett. Kenneth Akamiokhor had 10 saves for the Huguenots.
Fordham Prep 14, Monsignor Farrell 3: Kevin Sohr had three goals and two assists for the undefeated Rams. Eamon Coughlin and Conor O’Callaghan also had three goals apiece.