We are quickly learning that no win is guaranteed this season.
It happens when traditional powers come back to the pack and fall victim to the up and coming. White Plains needs to be very careful with Byram Hills, which took down Rye earlier this week. Pelham can’t make any big assumptions with Arlington, either.
The rain is supposed to clear out later, so weather shouldn’t be an issue. Send along scores @lohudlacrosse if you are out watching. I’m off today, but I’ll be keeping an eye on Twitter later on.
All games are 4:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted
Rye Neck at North Salem
North Rockland at Nyack
Clarkstown North at Pearl River
Mamaroneck at Eastchester
Byram Hills at White Plains
Pawling at Haldane
Ossining at Peekskill
Ardsley at Yonkers
Irvington at Pleasantville
Hastings at Sleepy Hollow
Rye at New Rochelle, 5 p.m.
Suffern at Tappan Zee, 7 p.m.
Blind Brook at Brookfield, Conn. 7 p.m.
Arlington at Pelham, 7 p.m.
Kennedy 20, Mount St. Michael 2: Alex Souza and Gerard Martirano each had five goals for the Gaels, who have won three in a row. Ryan Podlovits added four goals.
Nanuet 9, Clarkstown South 8: Luke Madry scored the winning goal with eight seconds to play. Tom Fay had one goal and three assists to lead the Golden Knights while Joey Tokarczyk had two goals and one assist for the Vikings.
Putnam Valley 14, Peekskill 1: Kyle Bronzo had five goals and three assists for the Tigers. Jake O’Connell added four goals and Kevin Gallagher added two goals and three assists. Nasier Bush had 18 saves for the Red Devils.
Westlake 20, Blind Brook 4: Anthony Sardo had six goals and four assists for the Wildcats. James Gordon added four goals and three assists.
Bronxville 10, Iona Prep 3: Ara Atayan had five goals to lead the Broncos. Henry Grass did not have a shot on goal, but finished with three assists in the win. Connor Korzelius scored twice for the Gaels.
Lourdes 10, Carmel 9 OT: Joe Scaglione had five goals for the Warriors, including the game-winner. Nic Covelli and Joe Meyers each had two goals and one assist for the Rams. Chris Belemonte and Vincent Scarduzio combined to get 16 ground balls for Carmel.