Liz Halpin scored with under a minute left in regulation to tie the score for Millbrook, but the Blazers eventually fell in overtime at home to Monroe-Woodbury, 8-7, in girls lacrosse.
Kaitlyn Daly scored three goals and Halpin and Isa Rosenzweig each had two for Millbrook (2-1). Brooke Babbitt added a goal and Claire Martell made 10 saves.
“We’ve had a few tough games lined up for the beginning of our season and (Thursday) is going to make us stronger going into another big game next week,” Millbrook coach Jillian Barnes said in a statement.
Millbrook visits Red Hook at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Pawling 21, Yonkers 7 — Ava Panzer and Chelsea Henke each scored four goals to lift the visiting Tigers late Wednesday. Panzer added an assist while Henke made four assists.
Courtney Adams, Morgan McCarthy and Lauren McGreal each scored three goals and added an assist. Kiera Tucci scored three goals while Eilis Barrick scored a goal and Erin Daly distributed an assist.
Shannon Barker made six saves for Pawling.
Riley Carroll scored four goals to lead visiting Arlington in a 17-4 win over Our Lady of Lourdes late Thursday.
Darian Brown and Nick Baginski each added three goals for the Admirals (4-2). Kevin Litchauer and J.T. Flaherty each scored twice and Scott Stenstrud had three assists. Jack Schenker had a goal and two assists, and Liam Kitson and Matt Lopez each had a goal and an assist.
Jacob Azukas made 12 saves and sophomore Zach Garrett, making his first start, won 25 percent of his faceoffs.
Arlington visits Mahopac at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Monroe-Woodbury 21, Millbrook 11 — Zeke Kopliak had four goals and an assist for visiting Millbrook in the loss.
Marcus Garnot added a goal and two assists, and Matt Castagnozzi made 23 saves for the Blazers. Tim Outwater added a goal and an assist.
Valley Central 15, Highland 8 — Tyler Jollie notched a hat trick and made an assist for the Huskies. Jesse weaver added two goals while Chris Schlappich dished three assists for Highland (3-2)
Carmel 15, Haldane 1 — D.J. Fina scored the lone goal off a feed from Julian Graff for the visiting Blue Devils.
Dillon Auth made 15 saves in goal for Haldane (1-4), which hosts Rye Neck Friday.