North Rockland 15, Clarkstown North 13: Dylan Senatore had four goals and two assists for the Red Raiders, Kyle Michella and Joe Corbett added four goals apiece. Kevin Sheridan had six goals for the Rams, who entered the fourth quarter down 13-9. Kyle Ryder had three goals and three assists and Harrison Levy made 18 saves.
Peekskill 8, Haldane 7 OT: Jacques Vermandois scored the game-winner. Sheldon Davis had six goals for the Red Devils, who have now won three games in four seasons. Jake Heyward also scored for Peekskill and Erik Gonzalez made 10 saves.
Lakeland/Panas 10, Somers 9 OT: Kevin Prunty knotted the score for the Rebels in the final seconds of regulation and Drew Thompson scored in overtime. Joe Janavey had three goals for Lakeland/Panas and Prunty finished with two goals and three assists. Graham Roediger had three goals and two assists for the Tuskers, who suffered their first loss of the year. Andrew Lowman had two goals and two assists.
Pearl River 15, Albertus Magnus 1: James McDermott had four goals and two assists for the Pirates, who got three goals and two assists from Dylan Walsh. Mike Carbone added three goals and one assist. Tawil Herrara scored the Falcons’ goal.
Mamaroneck 11, Byram Hills 6: Eric Greenburg had four goals and two assists for the Tigers, who have won 4 of 5 to get back to the .500 mark. Alex Ewald added two goals and three assists. Chris Conley added one foal and two assists. Matt Grotta scored twice for the Bobcats and Wes Cutler made 11 saves.
Fox Lane 13, Eastchester 5: Thomas Tenney finished with six goals and two assists. Matt Magnan and Matt Leader each scored twice for the Foxes and Colin Smith made 12 saves. John Guido had one goal and two assists for the Eagles. Nick Milo added one goal and one assist.
Briarcliff 15, Monroe-Woodbury 8: Keaton McCann had four goals and four assists, helping the Bears win their fifth straight. Peter Olson added three goals and three assists and Ryan Celaj went 20 for 24 on faceoffs and picked up 16 ground balls.
Kennedy 15, Bishop Loughlin 5: Matt Clark got five goals and three assists for the Gaels. Alex Souza added five goals and three assists and Matt Young had two goals.
Iona Prep 10, Don Bosco 2: Isaac Newland had four goals for the Gaels and Herschel Halesworth added two goals and two assists. Barry Mitchell had two goals in the win.
Tappan Zee 9 Lourdes 3: Jack Maloney had three goals for the Dutchmen. Tadgh O’Riordan had two goals while Matt McLeary, Dylan Reynolds and Ryan Maloney each finished with one goal and one assist. Dillon Rispoli had three goals for the Warriors and Matt Sayegh made 20 saves.
Kellenberg 12, Stepinac 6: Jordan Gunther had two goals and two assists for the Crusaders, who came in on a three-game winning streak. Gianni Ciffone had two goals. Stepinac was up 4-3 at the half, but gave up five unanswered goals in the third.
White Plains 12, New Rochelle 5: Brendan Johnson scored five more goals to lead White Plains. Miles Tillman, Matt Scotman and Alex Kenney each added two goals. Haitam Coughling led the Huguenots with two goals and one assist.
Harrison 12, Pelham 11: Matt Allegretti scored his third goal of the game with 24 second to play to win the game. Matt McGlaughlin and Owen Van Tongeren each had four goals and one assist to lead the Huskies, who started the season with three straight losses. Jack Little had three goals for the Pelicans, who also got two goals and three assists from Davis Allen.
Hen Hud 16, Brewster 7: Frank Reifenhauser had five goals and two assists for the Sailors, who have won three straight after opening with three consecutive losses. Jared Hershman won 18 of 25 faceoffs. Mike Smith added five goals and one assist. Nick Marra added three goals. Connor Gallagher added two goals and one assist. Josh Burns had three goals and one assist for the Bears, who got one goal and five assists from Kevin Blank.
Suffern 12, Clarkstown South 9: Billy Mahecha had five goals to lead the Mounties, who had a 7-2 lead at halftime. Tommy Schember had three goals and two assists and Brenden Fee had three goals. Matt Haggerty had three goals and three assists for the Vikings, who netted seven goals after the break. Luke Myers added two goals and one assist.