Yes, we missed a few games, but every once in a while I need to spend a little down time in Florida chatting up my own kids and swinging the golf clubs. I’ll be catching up in the coming days and will be out watching several games next week. There will be a Game Day post Monday through Saturday going forward with the schedule and recaps from the games.
If you are not already, follow me @lohudlacrosse. That is where I post information and scores first. And when you’re out watching a game, tweet and tag me. It’s a great way to keep the entire lacrosse community up to date on your team.
The power rankings will go up weekly. I’ll also pick a player of the week each Monday.
I have a sense we’re in for a memorable season with a number of traditional powers on the same level and several programs on the verge of breakthroughs. There will be a surprise or two, I’m sure.
Nanuet at New Rochelle, 11 a.m.
Nyack at Suffern, noon
Mahopac at Northport, noon
Sachem North at Mamaroneck, 1 p.m.
Clarkstown South at Tappan Zee, 7 p.m.
Nanuet 9, New Rochelle 5: Matt Lowther had four goals for the Golden Knights, who surged in the second half and broke open a 1-1 game. Brenden Fernandez added two goals and three assists while Brian McGreevy finished with two goals and one assist. James Ferrara and Eion O’Malley each netted a pair of goals for the Huguenots, who got 17 saves from Alex Estrugo.
Suffern 10, Nyack 5: Brenden Fee sparked the Mounties with four goals and one assist. C.J. Greco finished with three goals and Tommy Schember added two goals and two assists. Brendan O’Sullivan had two goals and one assist for the Indians.
Northport 17, Mahopac 15: Christian Donahoe led the Indians with six goals and two assists. Dan Foley added five goals and one assist while Johnnie Ward added three goals.
Sachem North 17, Mamaroneck 7: Eric Greenberg had four goals and two assists for the Tigers, who were within 8-6 at halftime. Tucker Leicht, Alex Ewald and Emmett Fay also scored in the loss.
Tappan Zee 12, Clarkstown South 6: Tadhg O’Riordan had five goals and one assist for the Dutchmen. Tommy Chipperino added four goals for TZ and Ryan Maloney had two goals and four assists. Nick Delia led the Vikings with three goals and Matt Haggerty got two goals and two assists.