Fox Lane was visited Saturday by the coach and nine members of its unbeaten 1976 team.
This year’s Fox squad can’t say it’s unbeaten but it can say it’s darn good.
Fox Lane not only raised its record to 12-2-2 Wednesday but finished the regular season with the Conference 1 League A title with a 2-1 win over Horace Greeley.
Fox Lane was unbeaten, at 8-0, in league play.
Recaps of Wednesday’s games follow below. No public school field hockey games will be held Thursday. Instead, sectional seedings will be set and playoff games will begin Friday.
Fox Lane 2, Horace Greeley 0: Kayla Gallagher and Bridgit Connors scored for the Foxes with Connors’ winning goal coming off a penalty corner with 5:37 left to play.
Lauren Neff had Greeley’s goal unassisted off a fast break. That goal tied the score in the first half.
Gallagher’s goal was also off a fast break on an assist from Caitlin Brown.
Grace Kiernan had five saves for Fox Lane.
Willa Kuhn stopped three shots for Greeley, which had entered the game, like Fox Lane, a perfect 7-0 in league play.
Pelham 0, Harrison 0: Pelham’s Lindsay McNamara had nine saves, including one off a second-half penalty stroke. Harrison’s Nellie Fisher had 13 saves.
John Jay-Cross River 2, Brewster 1: Cara O’Reilly scored and assisted on Leigh Neuburger’s goal.
Amber Krisch scored off an assist from Lindsey Mclaughlin for the Bears.
Hackley 8, Irvington 0: Karina Bridger scored five goals.
Meghan Cunningham and Alex Meyer each had a goal and two assistsand Catherine Meyer had a goal and one assist.
Jess Feldman also had an assist.
Jenny Canoni recorded a 10-save shutout for the Hornets.
Maya Dickar also had 10 saves for Irvington.
North Rockland 7, White Plains 4: Kerri Gutenberger had a huge game, scoring five times.
Caitlyn Lynch had a goal and three assists. Emily Gill had a goal and an assist.
Emily Tumminia had two goals and two assists for White Plains.
Sarah Destano and Izzy Saverino also scored for the Tigers.
Sarah DeSanto and Shayna Berglas had assists.
Megan Mallozzi had seven saves for North Rockland, which finished the regular season 5-7-4.
Jen Ortega stopped three shots for 2-13 White Plains.
Yorktown 7, Ossining 2: Katie Vogel and Natalie Gammer each scored twice as the Cornhuskers won their Senior Game.
Isabella Ciccinelli, Caroline Garti and Sophia Traina also scored.
Gammer, Traina, Stephanie Gridley and Kelsey McDonnell had assists.
Jazmin Dago had the Pride’s two goals.
Olivia Sanchez had nine saves for Yorktown.
Kylee Texiera had five saves for Ossining.
Clarkstown South 3, Clarkstown North 0: Annie O’Neill, Katelyn Ahle and Danielle Noia scored.
Colleen Geyer and Dara Studnitzer had assists.
Alexis Laquidara stopped four shots for Clarkstown North.
Jackie McConnell had one save for the Vikings.
Nanuet 3, Sleepy Hollow 0: Alex Ryan had a goal and an assist and Corinne Berkery and Jessica Kleber also scored.
Marissa Fortugno had 13 saves for the Headless Horsemen.
Jenna Franchino picked up the shutout win, stopping five shots.
Rye 9, Byram Hills 0: Fusine Govaert had four goals and Kate Stevens had two goals and an assist.
Lainie Agosta, Kelly Ott and Nicola Rogers also scored.
Agosta had three assists, KJ Delane two assists and Ott and Alex Meyers one assist each.
Nyack 1, Pearl River 1: Nyack’s Arleigh Rodgers and Pearl River’s Theresa Glynn scored.
Michaaela Murphy assisted on the Pearl River goal.
Pearl River goalie Kerry Gettler had 16 saves.
Lakeland 9, Hendrick Hudson 0: Meghan Fahey and Cameron Lischinsky each scored twice and added an assist.
Cali Cortese had a goal and three assists. Julianna Cappelo, and Julia Wanamaker both had a goal and an assist and Nicole Orlowski and Mia Lennon each scored.
Hen Hud’s Carole Sinacore had seven saves.
Kellie Smith had two stops for 14-0-2 Lakeland.
Ursuline 9, Hastings 0: Holly Lombino had two goals and two assists and Katie Gies also had two goals and an assist.
Jillian Farrell, Kay Woodtli, Elizabeth Parisi . Megan McPartlan and Kelly Callahan also scored.
Callahan and Marge Taylor also had assists.
Hastings goalie Hannah Sperber had 12 saves.
Mahopac 2, Ketcham 1
Panas 6, Lourdes 0
Sacred Heart 5, Rye Country Day 0