Lohud Boys Lacrosse Game Day: March 29

Lohud Boys Lacrosse Game Day: March 29

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Lohud Boys Lacrosse Game Day: March 29

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The Huskers are hosting Mahopac in a 4:30 p.m. non-league game.

The Huskers are hosting Mahopac in a 4:30 p.m. non-league game.

The schedule is loaded.

We’ve got really good matchups in several directions today, with all three Section 1 defending champions facing strong opponents. Mamaroneck is hosting Bronxville. Yorktown is hosting Mahopac. Pleasantville is heading to Hen Hud. All three games are worth the price of admission, even on a cold March afternoon.

Iona Prep is hosting Chaminade, too, in a big CHSAA matchup.

There are several other interesting games, too, so please keep us posted if you’re out watching. I’ve got the heating pad on high in hopes of getting the back spasms to relent and I plan to be at Yorktown. Sometimes you have to play hurt. You can follow along @lohudlacrosse for the updates. My thumbs still work.

Schedule 

All games are 4:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted

Chaminade at Iona Prep, 11 a.m.

Fox Lane at Ossining

Arlington at Greeley

Mahopac at Yorktown

Clarkstown North at Ardsley

Pleasantville at Hen Hud

Croton at Haldane

Brewster at Scarsdale

Rondout Valley vs. Wappingers at Ketcham

Briarcliff at Pearl River

Putnam Valley at Somers

Tappan Zee at Lourdes, 4:45 p.m.

Bronxville at Mamaroneck, 5 p.m.

Pine Bush at Sleepy Hollow, 5 p.m.

North Salem at Carmel, 6:15 p.m.

Recaps

Chaminade 10, Iona Prep 3: The Flyers broke a 2-2 tie, scoring four unanswered goals in the second quarter. Isaac Newland, Connor Korzelius and Max Persico scored for the Gaels. Charlie McAllister had 15 saves in the loss.

Fox Lane 17, Ossining 5: Matt Magnan netted six goals to lead the Foxes, who got two goals apiece from Thomas Tenney, Sam Thompson, Dillon Magnan and Jacob Payson. Jon Uysal had one goal and two assists for the Pride.

Arlington 12, Greeley 8: Kevin Litchauer had four goals for the Admirals, who jumped in front 7-1. Riley Carroll added two goals and three assists. The Quakers’ comeback was fueled by Jacob Brandes, Matt Baum and Noah Brail, who each had two goals and one assist.

Clarkstown North 14, Ardsley 4: Tristain Moreno had four goals and three assists for the Rams. Theo Simmons added four goals and Michael Tighe got three goals.  Ryan Friedman scored twice for the Panthers.

Pleasantville 17, Hen Hud 5:  Lucas Cohen had four goals and four assists for the Panthers, who have won 20 straight games against Section 1 opponents. Brian Reda had five goals and Ryan Drillock contributed two goals and two assists. Frank Riefenhauser led the Sailors with three goals.

Croton 18, Haldane 1: Sam Roth led the Tigers with five goals and one assist. Eric Scerb added three goals and three assists. Zach Markey had the Blue Devils’ goal.

Scarsdale 12, Brewster 6: Will Cabrera got four goals and three assists in his debut for the Raiders. Andrew Bernstein added three goals and two assists. Seth Thornton won 18 of 20 faceoffs for Scarsdale and Jeremey Wolfe made 20 saves. Jack Guida and Kevin Moroney each netted a pair of goals for Brewster.

Wappingers 14, Rondout Valley 8: Travis Ventura had three goals and two assists for the Warriors, who built a 12-2 lead after three. Jake Shaw finished with two goals and five assists while Austin Cox scored three times in the win.

Briarcliff 12, Pearl River 3: Keaton McCann had four goals and six assists to lead the Bears. Cameron Fash was next with three goals. Mike Carbone had two goals for the Pirates.

Somers 8, Putnam Valley 5: Vincent Cartelli, Mike Couture and Graham Roediger combined for six goals in the win. Noah Kelvas had two goals and two assists for the Tigers, who slipped to 0-3.

Tappan Zee at Lourdes: Postponed

Bronxville at Mamaroneck: Postponed

Pine Bush 9, Sleepy Hollow 4: Harrison Bogusz scored twice for the Horsemen while Kevin Kern and Jack Weitzner each had one goal. Kyle Hutter made 21 saves. Sleepy Hollow gave up five unanswered in the second after playing to a 2-2 tie in the first.

Carmel 10, North Salem 2: Henry Flacco had two goals and two assists for the Rams, who had an 8-1 lead at the half. He also won 9 of 10 faceoffs. Mike Telesco and John Melito each added two goals.  Jesse Pezzillo had both Tigers goals.

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