Girls lacrosse: Scoreboard for Wednesday, 3/30

Girls lacrosse: Scoreboard for Wednesday, 3/30

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Girls lacrosse: Scoreboard for Wednesday, 3/30

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Game action during a Section 1 girls lacrosse game between Somers and Lakeland/Panas at Somers High School on Monday, March 28th, 2016. Somers won 15-8.

Game action during a Section 1 girls lacrosse game between Somers and Lakeland/Panas at Somers High School on Monday, March 28th, 2016. Somers won 15-8.

Scoreboard for Wednesday, 3/30

Pawling 12, Rye Neck 11

At Pawling, eighth-grader Kiera Tucci and freshman Ava Panzer both had hat-tricks for the hosts, with Chelsea Henke, Morgan McCarthy and Courtney Adams all scoring two goals each. Shannon Barker made 12 saves for the win.

For Rye Neck, Jess Gottlieb and Natalie Morelli both had four-goal games, while April Zhang made 22 saves in the loss.

North Salem 18, Briarcliff 8

At Briarcliff, Paige Werlau had seven goals and two assists to lead North Salem. Lydia Werlau added four goals, Katie Wagner had three goals, Grace Curran had two goals and Kiera McCarthy made six saves for the win.

For the hosts, Kelly O’Donnell had two goals, while Maddie Plank, Jordana Cohen and Lexi Grasso had a goal each.

Horace Greeley 14, Lourdes 13

At Lourdes, Megan Graham had four goals to lead Horace Greeley. Julia Canner had three goals and an assist, Bella Arrese had three goals and Julia Arrese scored twice.

For the hosts, Cat Gallery had four goals, Bella Clark had three goals and an assist and Grace Raprleyea had two goals and two assists.

Wappingers 11, Putnam Valley 10

At Putnam Valley, Alyssa Carpenteri and Jessica Lasaponara both had four-goal games for Wappingers. Jenna Croce scored twice and Cayla Ruotolo also had a goal.

For the hosts, Kaitlyn Phillips, Jacklyn Phillips, and Stephanie Wagner all had hat-tricks, with Maddie Deegan rounding out the scoring.

The Poughkeepsie Journal’s story on this game can be read here.

Somers 12, Hen Hud 7

At Somers, Livy Rosenzweig had five goals for the hosts, with teammate Gabby Rosenzweig scoring three goals and Teagan Lucchese scoring twice.

For Hen Hud, Katy Kenny had four goals, Jenna Richardson had three goals and Mackenzie Porter made 12 saves in the loss.

Lakeland/Panas 12, Mahopac 10

At Mahopac, Carlyn Mucci led Lakeland/Panas with four goals and an assist, with teammate Katie Bradbury adding three goals. Kelsey McCrudden had a goal and two assists, Valerie Perkins, Cayci Hill, Emily Kness and Kristen Kelly all had a goal each, Giana Napoli had two assists while Caitlyn Jackson made eight saves for the win.

The win was also the first for Lakeland/Panas head coach Rebecca DiSisto.

For the hosts, Ali Korin had four goals, Briana Corace had three goals, Diana Good scored twice, Vicky Moundroukas had a goal and an assist, Gabby Light had two assists and Emily O’Shea made six saves in the loss.

Nanuet 11, Pelham 10

At Nanuet, Abigail Gleeson-Feldman and Caroline Moran both had one-goal, three assist games for the hosts. Nicole Caponigro, Morgan Lowther and Kayla McCabe all scored twice, Katie Rooney and Nicole Menetski had a goal each, with Julia Conese making eight saves in net.

Lucy Conway led Pelham with five goals, with Julia Doucette winning six draw controls.

Pearl River 15, Harrison 4

At Harrison, Kayla Moreau had five goals and an assist to lead Pearl River. Margaret Buhrmeister had four goals, freshman Megan Foiles had two goals and four assists, Lindsey Stephen had two goals and two assists, Aileen McBride had two goals and Helena Clark made eight saves for the win.

For the hosts, Jess Savino had three goals, Theresa Shanahan had a goal and Sabrina Winoski made 12 saves in the loss.

Ursuline 14, Clarkstown South 3

At Ursuline, Aileen Kelly scores twice for Clarkstown South, with teammate Christina Hanas adding a goal and an assist.

Carmel 16, Croton-Harmon 5

At Carmel, Tiffany Horn and  Katie Taranto both had hat-tricks for the hosts. Ivana Korisukova added in two goals and an assist, while Tierney Day made six saves for the win.

For Croton-Harmon, Maggie Dymes scored twice, with Katie Dorn making five saves in the loss.

Carmel out-scored Croton-Harmon 9-1 in the second half.

Fox Lane 9, Mamaroneck 8

At Fox Lane, Lindsay West had five goals for the hosts. Brooke Shepherd had two goals, Bridget Connors had a goal and an assist, Gianna New had a goal and freshman goalie Maeve Lupparello made seven saves in her varsity debut for the win.

For Mamaroneck, Cassie Budill had four goals, Julia Kwait had three goals, Madeline Riordan had a goal and Talia Land made nine saves in the loss.

Tappan Zee 12, Goshen 4

At Tappan Zee, Hailey McCloskey and Carmella Liscio both had four-goal, two assist games for the hosts. Leanna Iobbi had a goal and an assist, Aileen O’Brien, Jenna Bachert and Megan Shalvey all had a goal each while Julia Kane made 10 saves in net.

Scarsdale 17, John Jay 5

At John Jay, Jilly Mehlman had two goals and six assists for Scarsdale. Lizey Mehlman added three goals and an assist, Erin Nicholas had four goals, Michaela Nicholas had three goals, Eliza Brosgol had two goals and two assists, Chessy Greenwald had two goals, Lily Steckel had a goal and an assist and Angie Burns made six saves for the win.

For John Jay, Cameron Crawford had two goals, while Laura Minard, Tristan Novak and Cara O’Reilly all had a goal each.

Arlington 14, Kingston 2

At Kingston, Danielle DiLorenzo had five goals and two assists for Arlington. Rosie Debellis added three goals, Danielle Heady had two goals and an assist, Rebecca Campos had a goal and three assists, Abby Carlin had a goal and an assist, Jordan Smith had one goal Maryn Lowell made 11 saves.

Kingston, the Section 9, Class A champions from last year, beat Arlington 10-7 last season.

Albertus Magnus 10, Eastchester 1

If you have information to add to the scoreboard, or want to point out a mistake, feel free to contact me by email (aszkolar@lohud.com)

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