Scoreboard for Monday, 5/9
Byram Hills 10, Pelham 9
At Byram Hills, Mia Vettoretti had three goals for the hosts. Kristen Khouri, Caeli Hoffman and Natalie Morley all added two-goal games, while Charlie Rosenberg made 16 saves.
For Pelham, Sarah Dunbar had a hat-trick, Hannah Mackay scored twice, Claudia Dodge had seven draw controls and Charlotte Edmunds had six draw controls.
Hastings 20, Blind Brook 11
At Blind Brook, Frances Dovell had six goals for Hastings, while Becca Litsky scored five goals. Emma Jacobs added four goals, Sam Gabay scored twice, Julia Berman, Hannah Jenney and Isabel Duchin all had a goal each and Dara Burke made eight saves.
For the hosts, Mackenzie Korpi had five goals, Eleni Kohilakis had a hat-trick, Stephanie Elmaleh scored twice, Nicole Axelrod had a goal and Paige Maisez made 14 saves.
Putnam Valley 18, Pleasantville 11
At Putnam Valley, Maddie Deegan had five goals for the hosts, while Kait and Jackie Phillips had four goals each. Emma Rippon and Kaitlin Cohen added two goals each, Steph Wagner had a goal, Kim Hyndman made 13 saves and Cierra Espineira made three saves.
For Pleasantville, Nicole DiFabio scored seven goals, including her 200th career goal. Riley Kennedy added two goals, Lauren Schmidt had a goal and Allie Hogan made three saves.
North Salem 10, Carmel 6
At North Salem, Paige and Lydia Werlau both had hat-tricks for the hosts, while Grace Curran had a goal and two assists. Julia D’Innocenzo added a goal and an assist, Katie Wagner had a goal and Kiera McCarthy made 10 saves.
For Carmel, Alexa Dapolito and Katie Taranto both scored twice, while Kelly McElroy had a goal.
Arlington 8, Hen Hud 7
At Arlington, Danielle DiLorenzo and Danielle Heady both had hat-tricks for the hosts, while Rosie DeBellis added two goals.
For Hen Hud, Mackenzie Porter made 15 saves, including her 500th career save, while Jenna Richardson scored her 150th career goal.
Wappingers 9, Horace Greeley 8
At John Jay-East Fishkill, Cailin Bahret had three goals and an assist for the hosts, while Jenna Fusco had a goal and three assists. Ellie Reck added two goals, while Jessica Lasaponara, Alyssa Carpentieri and Danielle DiGiacomo all had a goal each.
For Horace Greeley, Julia Canner had three goals and an assist, while Julia Arrese had two goals, including her 100th career goal. Lily Ives added two goals, Bella Arrese had a goal, while Alison Buseck and Megan Graham both had an assist each.
Bronxville 14, Fox Lane 4
At Bronxville, Ellie Walsh had five goals and an assist for the hosts, while Olivia Jensen had a goal and six assists. Lilly Grass added two goals and an assist, Allie Berkery and Beth Finley both scored twice, Mason Warble and Lucy Hanrahan had a goal each and Gianna DiMinno made two saves.
For Fox Lane, Bridgit Connors, Lindsey West, Gianna New and Alison Moky all had a goal each, while Hayley Lunny made 10 saves.
Bronxville led 4-2 at halftime and scored the game’s final nine goals.
Ursuline 18, Ossining 8
At Ursuline, Julianna Sullivan had four goals for the hosts, while Madison Boutureira had three goals and an assist and scored her 100th career goal. Meredith Taylor added three goals and an assist, Katie McCoughlin and Krissy Moyna both had two-goal, two-assist games, Caroline VanBramer made six saves and scored a goal and Jess Abbattista made nine saves.
Harrison 15, Keio 8
At Keio, Brie Losito had two goals and three assists for Harrison, while Lindsay Amann had three goals and an assist. Sydney Saviano and Jess Hart both added one-goal, one-assist games, while Jess Saviano, Morgan Joseph, Paige Lipman, Kate Ryan, Sarina Iraj, Katie Stiens and Nicole Waldman all had a goal each.
For the hosts, Nana Ito had five goals and an assist, Wakana Tanaka had two goals and three assists, Marina Kofukugawa had a goal and Honomi Maekawa made nine saves.
Nyack 16, Clarkstown South 4
At Nyack, Hayley Demetres had five goals for the hosts, while Olivia Demetres made 14 saves to pick up the win. Dani Lydecker and Casey Hannon both added three-goal, two-assist games, Alicia Raggi had two goals and an assist, Ava Dobblear scored twice and Morgan MacCartney had a goal.
For South, Caroline Noia, Aileen Kelly, Christina Hanos and Kayla Tracey all had a goal each, with Kara Kotten adding an assist.
Rye Country Day 13, Long Island Lutheran 3
At Rye Country Day, Taylor Regan had five goals and an assist for the hosts, while Ashley Manning had two goals and three assists. Maddy Cooper added two goals, Catherine Appleyard, Sam Kost, Zoe Kost and Annie Cooper all added a goal each, Charlotte Price had an assist and Charlotte Fleischman made six saves.
For Long Island Lutheran, Emma O’Donnell scored twice, Olivia Nashjovan had a goal and Kassie Vetranc made eight saves.
Harvey 10, Watkinson 7
At Harvey, Sadie Albert had three goals and three assists for the hosts, while Julia Mallon had three goals and an assist. Sophia Scarsella added three goals, Melissa Shaw-Patino scored a goal and Kelly McMorrow made 10 saves.
Mamaroneck 14, Edgemont 4
At Mamaroneck, Grace Fitzgerald and Sarah Bennett both had two-goal, two-assist games for the hosts, while Emily Mahland had a hat-trick. Brigid Knowles and Cassie Budill both added two goals each, Leah Holmes and Karina Steigerwald both had one-goal, one-assist games, Sophie Artz had a goal, Talia Land made one save and Lily Epstein made three saves.
For Edgemont, Victoria McGee scored twice, Annekka Chao and Emma Hoesterey had a goal each and Dani Musoff made eight saves.
Briarcliff 6, Eastchester 5
At Briarcliff, Jordana Cohen had two goals and an assist for the hosts, while Lexi Grasso and Maddie Plank both scored twice.
For Eastchester, Danielle Mejia, Camryn DiCostanzo, Emme DiPasquale, Ava Reda and Amy Colandra all had a goal each.
Tappan Zee 11, New Rochelle 6
At New Rochelle, Carmella Liscio had five goals and two assists for Tappan Zee, while Leanna Iobbi scored twice. Karli Santoro added a goal and an assist, Allison Maloney, Aileen O’Brien and Faith O’Sullivan all had a goal each and Jules Kane made six saves.
For the hosts, Phoebe Luftig scored four goals.
Hackley 9, Rye 8
At Rye, Sammy Mueller had four goals and two assists for Hackley, while LiliAnna Khosrowshahi had two goals and an assist, including the winning goal off of a free position with 4:03 left. Alex Meyer added a goal and an assist, Kat Cucullo and Tatiana Monteleone had a goal each and Morgan Connor made eight saves.
For the hosts, Abby Abate had a hat-trick and four draw controls, Molly DeCaro had three goals, Amanda Hartzell and Ellie O’Callaghan had a goal each and Micheline DiNardo made seven saves.
Rye led 6-1 at halftime, but Hackley scored five straight goals in seven minutes to tie the game.
John Jay 10, White Plains 9
At White Plains, Jenna Donohue had one goal, two assists and seven draw controls for John Jay, while Cara O’Reilly had two goals and an assist. Tristen Novak, Jacque Manno and Cameron Crawford all added two goals each, Laura Minard had a goal and an assist and Tyman Cronin had an assist.
For the hosts, Kali Peeples had four goals and an assist, Abby Leone had three goals, Katie Avezzano had two goals and an assist and Makayla Fee had an assist.
Convent of the Sacred Heart (Conn.) 12, Holy Child 10
This game was played at Holy Child.
Nanuet 18, Pawling 2
This game was played at Nanuet.
Beacon at Highland
This game was not reported.
GCHSAA Tier 1 tournament
Kennedy 12, Mary Louis Academy 1
At top-seeded Kennedy, Bridget Terciera, Hannah Callaghan, Allie Cartisano and Meghan Dooley all scored twice for the hosts, while Deirdre Ledley, Emily Girolamo, Gabriel Vlattas and Ciara McGuire all added a goal each.
The Gaels will play the winner of Tuesday’s match-up between St. John Villa and St. Joe’s by the Sea for the championship on Saturday at Kennedy.