Get off the couch!
It’s the best weather day of the season and we have some intriguing matchups to watch. Yorktown is heading to Wilton, Conn., looking to retain possession of the Turnbull Cup. Bronxville is hosting Greenwich, Conn. and Mamaroneck is visiting Staples-Westport, Conn.
All three of those games are stern tests for the Section 1 teams.
I’m heading back to Mahopac to watch the Indians play Somers. You can follow me @lohudlacrosse for game updates. And tag me, please, if you’re out watching. I’ll retweet the scores.
Fordham Prep vs. Gonzaga College H.S. at Lehigh University, 10 a.m.
Somers at Mahopac, 1 p.m.
Rye Neck at Westlake, 2 p.m.
Dobbs Ferry at Ardsley, 2 p.m.
Hackley at Stepinac, 2:30 p.m.
Greenwich at Bronxville, 3 p.m.
Briarcliff at Weston, 3:30 p.m.
Edgemont at Clarkstown South, 3:30 p.m.
Lakeland/Panas at Wappingers, 4 p.m.
Mamaroneck at Staples-Westport, 4:30 p.m.
Putnam Valley at North Salem, 5 p.m.
Hen Hud at Lourdes, 7 p.m.
Yorktown at Wilton, 7 p.m.
Pleasantville 6, Irvington 5: Josh Della Puca had three goals and an assist to lead the Panthers. He scored twice in the fourth quarter to erase a 5-4 deficit. Louis Lustenberger had one goal and one assist for the Bulldogs, who stayed close thanks to 14 saves from Josh Schultz.
Rye 13, New Rochelle 3: Mike Dugan, Teddy Aquiline and Brendan Dugan each scored a pair of goals for the Garnets. Rye Kirkpatrick added one goal and three assists. Eion O’Malley had two goals for the Huguenots.
Suffern 12, Tappan Zee 3: Tim Patwell, Deighton Anderson and C.J. Greco all scored three goals for the Mounties. Tommy Chiapperino, Tom Berrigan and Ryan Maloney scored for the Dutchmen.
Mamaroneck 14, Eastchester 7: Reed Malas had five goals and three assists for the Tigers. Eric Greenberg and Chris Conley added three goals apiece. John Guiod and Nick Milo each had two goals and one assist for the Eagles.
White Plains 11, Byram Hills 10 OT: Liam Broderick netted the game-winner. Brendan Johnson led the undefeated Tigers with four goals and an assist. Payton Levine had three goals for the Bobcats.
Sleepy Hollow 12, Hastings 11: Isaac Newland poured in seven goals for the Horsemen. Kasper Endreny added three more. Sam Provet scored the last three goals of the game, bringing the Yellow Jackets within one with 2:52 remaining.
Rye Neck 8, North Salem 5: Danny Gottlieb had four goals and Jake Calgani scored three for the Panthers. Hunter Reynolds made 18 saves for the Tigers.
Ossining 16, Peekskill 1: Wilson Kane led the Pride, scoring three goals. Dan Rivie, Michael O’Connor and Kyle Cristello each had two goals and one assist. Sheldon Davis had the Red Devils’ goal.
Pearl River 12, Clarkstown 5: Jonathan Farley had three goals and three assists for the Pirates, who also got five goals from Matt Bosco. Harrison Klein and Tristan Moreno each scored twice for the Rams.
Haldane 17, Pawling 4: Tucker Hine finished with a season-high eight goals and four assists for the Blue Devils and Peter Hoffman contributed four goals and an assist.
Pelham 8, Arlington 5: Davis Allen led the Pelicans with three goals and one assist. Ben Girolamo and Matt Nichauls each had 2 goals and one assist. Kevin Litchauer and Brendan Sunday each had one goal and one assist for the Admirals.
North Rockland 14, Nyack 9
Brookfield 16, Blind Brook 0