It’s not ridiculously cold, so White Plains and Scarsdale are likely a go at Ebersole.
There is reason to be concerned about the Raiders, who haven’t played with the same intensity or intelligence it was displaying before the break. We know the Tigers have a habit of pulling at least one major upset a season, and they are built to make life difficult on the defensive end of the ice.
I’m again working on another hockey feature you’ll see in the coming week or so. Keep us updated if you’re heading to the rink, please.
Schedule for January 15
Scarsdale vs. White Plains, 5:15 p.m. at Ebersole
Scoreboard for January 14
Clarkstown 4, North Rockland 1
Stepinac 6, St. Peter’s 2
Pearl River 5, Hen Hud 3
Rye 4, Rye Country Day 1
Sheehan (Conn.) 9, Byram Hills 5
St. Anthony’s 6, Iona Prep 3
Adam Marvin scored twice for Clarkstown in a 4-1 win over North Rockland on at Palisades Ice Center. The junior forward netted goals in the first and second period, but James Morina scored for the Red Raiders to make it 2-1. Luke Myers gave Clarkstown more breathing room when he converted five minutes into the third period. Nick Kim tacked on an empty-netter. … Matt Kowalchuk had two goals for Nyack/Tappan Zee in a 12-4 loss to Northern Valley/Old Tappan. Conor Foley and Holden Gruber each added one goal and one assist for the Icehawks. … Brian Donovan had two goals and an assist for Stepinac in a 6-2 win over St. Peter’s. Rob Sanders added two goals for the Crusaders, who moved into sole possession of first place in the CHSHL’s B Division. … Kevin Murphy had a hat trick for Pearl River in a 5-3 win over Hen Hud. Max McGee added a goal and two assists. Brett Hanson had one goal and one assist for Sailors. … Rocco Macri deposited an empty-netter for the hat trick, leading Rye to a 4-1 win over Rye Country Day. Derek Mullane had a goal and two assists while Tommy O’Brien had two assists for the Garnets, who have won five straight. Will Halloran scored the Wildcats’ goal. … Joe Rocco had two goals and an assist for Byram Hills in a 9-5 loss to Sheehan (Conn.) Matthew Behar had three assists for the Bobcats. … Marc Trotta, Christian Van Hecke and Glenn Puppa staked Iona Prep to a 3-0 lead, but the Gaels couldn’t hang on and fell 6-3 to unbeated St. Anthony’s.