There’s only one double-digit seed still alive in the Section 1 boys soccer playoffs, and it’s the Pride of Ossining High.
The 10th-seeded Pride kept their Cinderella run going on Monday with a 2-1 win over No. 2 Yorktown in the Class AA quarterfinals, with freshman Nolan Lenaghan notching both goals.
The first came in the 68th minute to tie the game at 1-1 and the winner came with less than one minute to play.
“Today’s game proved the quality of players we have coming up within our soccer programs, as our team’s only freshman scored both goals,” coach Joe Scamarone said. “There was a big mental aspect to the game for us, knowing we had been beaten twice by Yorktown in regular season play. We had control of the first 20 minutes of the game, but their attack from Joey (Landicino) and Enzo (Sangiacomo) was always dangerous.”
Miguel Marra and Darwin Quinde had the assists on Lenaghan’s goals. Landicino scored on an assist from Adam Romanski for the Huskers in the 28th minute.
Ossining will play at No. 3 Arlington in the semifinals on Wednesday.
Scarsdale 2, Suffern 1: At No. 4 Suffern, Luca Novaes had a goal and an assist and Chris Gaujean also scored. The fifth-seeded Raiders will host No. 8 New Rochelle in the semis on Wednesday.
New Rochelle 1, Mamaroneck 1, 2 OT: At No. 1 Mamaroneck, the Huguenots advanced on penalty kicks, 4-3, with Felipe Tobin scoring the decisive PK. Javier Amezcua put New Ro up 1-0 with a goal in the 46th minute and Alex Alma equalized for the Tigers in the 69th.
Arlington 0, Horace Greeley 0, 2 OT: At No. 3 Arlington, the Admirals advanced on penalty kicks, 5-4.
Pearl River 2, Nanuet 1, 2 OT: At No. 1 Pearl River, Craig MacDonald scored the winner after Christian Madigan equalized in the 76th minute. The Pirates will host No. 4 Lakeland in the semis on Wednesday.
Lakeland 2, Tappan Zee 1: At No. 4 Lakeland, Nick Foci scored the winner in the 72nd minute after Matias Prando equalized in the 64th.
Byram Hills 1, Rye 0: At No. 2 Byram, Max Hammond scored with eight minutes left and Matt Groll made three saves for the shutout. The Bobcats will host No. 3 Somers in the semis on Wednesday.
Somers 2, Keio 1: At No. 3 Somers, Jack Maher scored both goals for the Tuskers.
Rye Neck 1, Croton-Harmon 0: At No. 1 Rye Neck, Jon Cass scored on an assist from Donovan Dunning and Tom Bermingham made five saves for the shutout. The Panthers will host No. 4 Blind Brook in the semis on Wednesday.
Blind Brook 1, Valhalla 0: At No. 4 Blind Brook, Joao Souza in the 10th minute on an assist from Zach Kornblum and Jordan Schoen made five saves for the shutout.
Hastings 3, Edgemont 2, OT: At No. 2 Hastings, Alex Bourgeois scored the equalizer on a free kick with eight minutes to play and Jackson Silverstein scored the winner. Oscar Pereira also scored for the Yellow Jackets and Stefano Ballas and Zach Stern each scored for the 10th-seeded Panthers. Hastings will host No. 3 Bronxville in the semis on Wednesday.
Bronxville 2, Pleasantville 1: At No. 3 Bronxville, Alston Tarry scored the winner in the 65th minute on an assist from Jeb Burnell. James Grom scored for the sixth-seeded Panthers just before halftime for a 1-0 lead.
Hamilton 3, Tuckahoe 2: At No. 4 Hamilton, Luis Rodriguez scored twice and Adrian Tascon had a goal and an assist. The Red Raiders will play at No. 1 North Salem in the semis on Wednesday.