Scarsdale 17, Greeley 7: Will Cabrera had seven goals and two assists for the Raiders, who improved to 3-0. Elliot Graham added five goals and two assists while Cooper Schneider handed out five assists. Jacob Brandes led the Quakers with three goals and an assist.
Kennedy Catholic 20, St. Raymond’s 0: Alex Souza had seven goals and three assists to lead the Gaels in their season-opener. James Peterman and Matt Clark each added four goals and one assist.
Haldane 11, Peekskill 1: Sam Gianchinta and Julian Graff had three goals apiece for the Blue Devils, who picked up their first win of the season. Anthony Percacciolo added two goals and an assist.
Putnam Valley 11, Carmel 9: Connor Cronin scored three goals and the Tigers held off a late rally to get their first win of the spring. Kyle Anderson and Dillon Knight each had two goals and one assist for Putnam Valley and Brendan Matthews stopped 11 shots. Mike Telesco had four goals and an assist for the Rams.
Arlington 19, North Salem 6: Kevin Litchauer had four goals to lead the Admirals, who jumped out to a 7-1 lead. Nik Baginski added three goals and two assists while Mike Genualdo added two goals and three assists. Will O’Leary had three goals for the Tigers while Alex Diamond got two.
Tappan Zee 13, Sewanhaka 5: Game not reported.
Nanuet 18, Edgemont 5: Brian McGreevy scored five goals to help the Golden Knights get to 5-0. Billy Holland and Mike O’Meara added three apiece. Drew Simon and Matt Mond each scored twice for the Panthers.
Syosset 11, Bronxville 10: Alston Tarry and Ara Atayan each scored four times for the Broncos. Jerry Frost had the only two assists for Bronxville. Ralph Chrappa was 12-10 on faceoffs.
Westlake 11, Harrison 9: Anthony Sardo had four goals to lead the Wildcats. Rob DiNota went 15-5 on faceoffs. The Huskies tied it up with 32 seconds left, but Owen Peterson answered five seconds later and Westlake tacked on another before time expired.
Iona Prep 11, Monsignor Farrell 5: Isaac Newland had three goals and one assist for the Gaels, who made it two in a row. Max Persico added two goals and three assists. Herschel Halesworth and Barry Mitchell contributed two goals apiece.
Rye 11, Nyack 4: Ryan Kirkpatrick had four goals for the Garnets in their season-opener. Billy Chabot and Brendan Dugan each scored twice. Brendan O’Sullivan had two goals for the Indians.
Clarkstown North 11, Dobbs Ferry 4: Kyle Ryder had four goals for the Rams and Harrison Levy made 30 saves. Michael Tighe, Kevin Sheridan and Tristain Moreno each added two goals.
Briarcliff 9, North Rockland 4: John Plimpton helped the Bears dominate possession, going 15 for 17 at the faceoff X. He also scored a goal. Nick Cebel, Peter Olson and Cameron Fash each finished with two goals and an assist.
Mamaroneck 11, Wantagh 10 OT: Eric Greenberg netted the winner, his fifth of the game. He also had two assists. The Tigers also got three goals and one assist from Alex Ewald and 21 saves from Jack Dente.
Wappingers 10, Clarkstown South 8: James Pratt and Jack Decker each had three goals for the Warriors, who picked up the pace and outscored the Vikings 8-2 in the second half. Matt Haggerty led South with six goals and one assist while Nick Della had two goals and two assists.
Irvington 10, Albertus Magnus 3: Game not reported.
John Jay 9, Lakeland/Panas 8 OT: Hunter Keech rolled past a defender in overtime, created space and scored the winner. It was his third goal of the game. The Rebels were up 7-3 in the fourth quarter. Tommy Beeby made it 7-7 and Gus Carlson put the Indians on top with 2:49 to go in regulation. Joe Cortese forced sudden death when he got his second goal less than a minute later. Shahe Katchadurian made 13 saves for John Jay, including one in close quarters during overtime to set up the final possession.
Lourdes 14, Ossining 3: Dillon Rispoli had eight goals and two assists to lead the Warriors, who have won three straight. Ty Arnone finished with three goals and one assist and Luke Rispoli had two goals and two assists. Wilson Kane, Nick Cioffi and Ried Komosa scored for the Pride.