Girls lacrosse: Scoreboard for Thursday, 3/31

Girls lacrosse: Scoreboard for Thursday, 3/31

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Girls lacrosse: Scoreboard for Thursday, 3/31

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Kennedy's girls lacrosse team defeated Archbishop Molloy 12-7 in its season-opener on Wednesday, March 31st, 2016.

Kennedy’s girls lacrosse team defeated Archbishop Molloy 12-7 in its season-opener on Wednesday, March 31st, 2016.

Scoreboard for Thursday, 3/31

Kennedy 12, Archbishop Molloy 7

At Kennedy, Hannah Callaghan had four goals to lead the hosts. Alexandra Cartisano had a hat-trick, Meghan Dooley scored twice, while Emily Girolamo, Dierdre Ledley and Jill Harrington had a goal each. Breanna Trainor made seven saves in net for the Gaels.

Ardsley 17, Yonkers 3

At Tibbetts Brook Park in Yonkers, Talia Rubino, Kate Lantier and Tess Bedingfield all had hat-tricks for Ardsley

Croton-Harmon 15, Blind Brook 3

At Blind Brook, seventh-grader Brynn Korpi, Stephanie Elmali and Eleni Kholakis had a goal each, with Kayla Akelrod making 22 saves in the losing effort.

Hen Hud 7, Wappingers 5

At Wappingers, Jenna Richardson had four goals for Hen Hud. Kate Kenny had a goal and two assists, Montana Garrett had a goal and an assist, Anna Rizzo had a goal and Mackenzie Porter made nine saves in net.

For the hosts, Cailin Bahret had a goal and three assists, Jenna Fusco, Alyssa Carpentieri, Danielle DiGiacomo and Ellie Reck all had a goal each and Skylar Carpentieri made nine saves in the loss.

Scarsdale 17, Clarkstown North 4

At Scarsdale, Jilly Mehlman had four goals and four assists, Eliza Brosgol had four goals and an assist, Erin Nicholas had three goals and two assists, Chessy Greenwald had three goals and an assist, Michaela Nicholas scored twice, Lizey Mehlman had a goal, Lily Steckel had two assists and Olivia Haller had an assist.

For Clarkstown North, Caitlin Smith scored twice, Nieve Donegan and Camryn Donegan both had a goal each, while Kyra Phelan and Maris Daly had an assist each.

Keio 7, Dobbs Ferry 7

At Dobbs Ferry, Jolie McDonnel, Kayla Moynihan and Raquel Addona all had two-goal games for the hosts, with Samantha Straub rounding out the scoring.

For Keio, Nana Ito had three goals, Wakana Tanaka had a goal and two assists, Marina Kofukugana, Ai Iwamoto and Miku Hironaka had a goal each, Aki Yamasawa had two assists and Hiromi Maekawa made six saves.

The game ended in regulation time. The officials left the field, and were unable to return after both coaches confirmed the new overtime format.

Rye Neck 18, Sleepy Hollow 13

At Rye Neck, Jasmine Reyes scored her 100th career goal for the hosts, while April Zhang made 14 saves for the win.

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