Suffern 15, Clarkstown North 10: Brenden Fee had seven goals to lead the Mounties. Tim Patwell added two goals and three assists. C.J. Greco added one goals and two assists. Dan Sharp made 13 saves. Kevin Sheridan had three goals for the Rams, who also got two goals from Theo Simmons.
Minisink Valley 11, Pearl River 8: Mike Carbone lead the Pirates with eight goals. Dylan Walsh, John Farley, Pat Lindquist and Tony Travaglino also scored in the loss. Mike McGrath came up with 15 saves.
Westlake 18, Yonkers 0: Mike Leva had two goals and six assists for the Wildcats. Anthony Sardo finished with four goals and Ryan Donnery had two goals and four assists.
Pleasantville 11, St. Joseph, Conn. 10, 2OT: Lucas Cohen’s second of the game gave the Panthers the win. Declan McDermott led Pleasantville with four goals. Brian Reda finished with two goals and one assists. Jack Howe got one goals and two assists.
Edgemont 12, Ardsley 9: Drew Simon had five goals and one assist for Edgemont. Avery Salsberg and Jeffery Gordon added three goals apiece. Ryan Friedman had five goals and three assists for Ardsley. Emmet Farrell added three goals and Trevor Levy made 13 saves.
Burke Catholic 7, Albertus Magnus 6: Game not reported.
Bridgewater Raritan, N.J. 10, Bronxville 5: Alston Terry netted a pair of goals for the Broncos. Ara Atayan got one goal and two assists in the loss. Bronxville only won six faceoffs.
Monsignor Farrell 8, Kennedy 7: Alex Souza and Wyatt Rumpf each had two goals for the Gaels. Matt Kiernan added one goal and one assist. Matt Clark and Tommy Young also scored.
Rye Country Day 18, Greens Farms 8: Thommy Chai finished with six goals to lead the Wildcats. Dylan Brickman added four goals and one assist. Justin Weissman added two goals and seven assists. Max Manning added two goals and three assists. Zach Liston had three goals and two assists for GFA.
St. Anthony’s 9, Yorktown 6: Liam Donnelly made 14 saves to give the Huskers an outside chance of coming back from a 4-0 halftime deficit. Hunter Embury led Town with two goals. Long poles Brett Makar and Tyler Makar each had a goal. Justin Cavallo and Steven Veteri also scored one apiece. Kyle Gallagher went 16 for 17 on faceoffs for the Friars.
Wappingers 13, Ossining 0: James Pratt had three goals and three assists for the Warriors. Jack Decker and Travis Ventura each added three goals.
Arlington 19, Carmel 1: Game not reported.
Irvington 8, Somers 7: Game not reported.
Fordham Prep 15, Shipley, Pa. 13: Ryan Gilchrist had four goals to lead the Rams, who got tree goals and one assist from Andrew Abbattista. Thomas Marra contributed one goal and four assists while David Randell scored three goals.
Briarcliff 4, Fox Lane 3: A goal from Cameron Flash with 6:53 to play was the difference for the Bears in another upset. John Plimpton, Peter Olson and Nick Cebel also scored. Graham Goldheim made 14 saves. Briarcliff only took nine shots. Matt Magnan netted all three Foxes’ goals and Thomas Tenney had one assist.
St. John the Baptist 9, Iona 4: Herschel Halesworth finished with one goal and one assist for the Gaels, who lost for the second time in 24 hours. Greg Spiridigliozzi, Max Persico and Barry Mitchell also scored for Iona.
Dobbs Ferry 13, North Salem 11: Game not reported.
Tappan Zee 9, Nyack 2: Dylan Reynolds won 11 of 14 faceoffs to lead the Dutchmen, who have won seven in a row. Tommy Chiapperino, Rory O’Riordan and Jack Maloney each scored twice for TZ while Matt McCleary and Tadgh O’Riordan combined for two goals and five assists. Brendan O’Sullivan and Ben Starl each scored for the Indians. Will Ramos made 10 saves.
Clarkstown South 9, Byram Hills 7: T.J. Grogan made 18 saves for the Vikings, who got three goals and three assists from Nick Delia. Luke Myers added three goals and two assists. Ben Mautner had four goals for the Bobcats. Sam Faller added one goal and two assists.
Wilton, Conn. 7, John Jay 6: Matt Lupinacci had three goals for the Indians, who gave up four unanswered goals in the first quarter. Hunter Keach, Dean Ford and Wills Slater also scored for John Jay. Shahe Katchadurian made 11 saves.
Lakeland/Panas 17, Brewster 1: JoJo Janavey had four goals and three assists for the Rebels. Tim Fallo added four goals while Kevin Prunty and Drew Thompson added three apiece.
Harrison 13, Eastchester 10: Matt McLaughlin had six goals and two assists for the Huskies. Jack Nilson added three goals and Owen Van Tongeren finished with one goal and three assists. John Arcidiacono had three goals and three assists for the Eagles, who got two goals and three assists from John Guido.