Stepinac 13, Kennedy 1: Gianni Ciffone scored three times and went over 100 career goals. Pat Magliocchino added two goals and three assists for the Crusaders while Nick Dadario came up with two goals and two assists. Tyler Rispoli made 14 saves in the win. Matt Kiernan had the Gaels’ lone goal.
Pelham 12, Pearl River 3: Davis Allen had three goals and one assist for the Pelicans, who responded with an 8-0 run after the Pirates closed to within 2-1 early in the first. Matt Nichauls and Grey Allen each scored a pair of goals for Pelham. Mike McGrath had 16 saves for Pearl River.
Eastchester 11, Tappan Zee 2: John Arcidiacono had three goals to lead the Eagles, who also got two goals and three assists from Joe Michalski and two goals and one assist from John Guido. Joe Maloney had both Dutchmen goals.
John Jay 13, Mahopac 9: Matt Lupinacci had three goals and two assists for John Jay, which is 3-0 for the first time since 2010. Gus Carlson also had three goals in the win while Jackson Rieger and Jack Gorman finished with two apiece. Christian Donahoe and Tommy Murray each scored three times for Mahopac.
Greeley 11, Ossining 5: Jacob Brandes had four goals and two assists for the Quakers, who improved to 1-3. Damon Klein added one goal and one assist. Kyle Cristello led the Pride with five goals.
Wappingers 6, Brewster 2: Jack Decker netted three goals for the Warriors. James Pratt, Travis Ventura and Jake Shaw had one apiece in the win. Kevin Blank scored both of the Bears’ goals and Kevin Heintz made 10 saves.
Carmel 17, Pawling 3: Mike Telesco led the Rams with five goals and Joe Meyers added four goals and one assist. Matt Haughney contributed three goals and two assists.
Hen Hud 15, Putnam Valley 5: Mike Smith got four goals and three assists for Hen Hud, which picked up its first win of the season. Nick Marra added three goals and two assists. Santi Cardona added three goals and one assist. Noah Kelves had two goals for the Tigers and Kevin Gallagher added one goal and three assists.
Mamaroneck 13, North Rockland 7: Eric Greenberg continued a great start with six goals and one assist for the Tigers, who have won two in a row. Chris Conley added two goals and two assists. Tyler Senatore led the Red Raiders with four goals.
St. Dominic’s 10, Iona Prep 7: Herschel Halesworth had three goals for the Gaels, who gave up three unanswered goals in the fourth quarter. Max Persico added two goals and one assist while Christian McHugh and Isaac Newland each had one goal and one assist.
Suffern 15, White Plains 9: Brenden Fee piled up eight goals and two assist for the Mounties while Tim Patwell added five goals and three assists. Brendan Johnson had six goals and one assist for the Tigers.
Scarsdale 13, Nyack 2: Will Cabrera had six goals and one assist for the unbeaten Raiders. Elliott Graham added four goals and five assists and Cooper Schneider added two goals and one assist.
Clarkstown North 14, Sleepy Hollow 7: Kevin Sheridan had four goals and four assists for the Rams, who have won three straight. Kyle Ryder and Tristain Moreno each had three goals and Harrison Levy made 25 saves in the win. Ethan Wilens had one goal and two assists for the Horsemen.
Somers at Arlington, PPD May 7, 4 p.m.
Cardinal Spellman at Fordham Prep: Game not reported
Keio at Peekskill: Game not reported
North Salem at Blind Brook: Game not reported
Rye at Clarkstown South, Game not reported