Lohud Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard: April 7

Lohud Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard

Lohud Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard

Fordham Prep 19, Mount St. Michael 3: Game not reported.

Carmel at Peekskill, PPD

Lourdes 20, Pawling 9: Dillon Rispoli had nine goals and three assists for the Warriors. Ty Arnone netted six goals and Billy Wagner added four. James Comerford had three goals and two assists for the Tigers.

Brewster 14, Arlington 13: Jack Guida lifted the Bears when he scored his fourth goal of the game with 17 seconds to play. John Burns had five goals to lead Brewster. Kevin Blank added four goals and three assists. Kevin Litchauer had four goals for the Admirals.

Somers 13, Ossining 1: Mike Cliff had six goals for the Tuskers, who are off to a 3-0 start. Andrew Lowman added three goals and one assist. Jack Kessler and Vincent Cartelli each finished with two goals and one assist. Liam O’Connor scored for the Pride.

Lakeland/Panas at Greeley, PPD

Mahopac 15, Putnam Valley 4: Christian Donahoe had three goals and three assists for the Indians. Johnnie Ward added three goals and Dan Foley had two goals and two assists. Dylan Knight and Connor Cronin had each scored twice for the Tigers.

Wappingers at Croton-Harmon, PPD

Clarkstown North at Pearl River, PPD

Byram Hills at White Plains, PPD

Blind Brook at Dobbs Ferry, PPD

Fox Lane 11, Pleasantville 8: Matt Leader had four goals to lead the Foxes, who broke open a 5-5 halftime tie with four unanswered goals in the third. Cullen Morgan added three goals and two assists in the win. Brian Reda had three goals for Pleasantville, which had a 22 game winning streak against Section 1 opponents snapped.

Stepinac 11, Spellman 4: Gianni Ciffone had five goals and two assists for the Crusaders. Patrick Magliocchino added three goals and four assists. Tyler Rispoli made a dozen saves in the win.

Nyack at North Rockland, PPD

Mamaroneck 10, Eastchester 2: Chris Conley had a season-high four goals and three assist for the Tigers. Emmett Fay added three goals. Joe Michalski had both Eagles goals.

St. Anthony’s 8, Iona Prep 3: Charlie McAllister made 17 saves for the Gaels. Herschel Halesworth had two goals and Connor Korzelius added one goal and one assist in the loss. Eight different players scored for the Friars.

Clarkstown South 11, Nanuet 10: Luke Myers had five goals and two assists for the Vikings, who gave up two EMO goals down the stretch to let the Golden Knights get within a goal. Matt Haggerty added four goals and one assist. Brian McGreevey had six goals and one assist for Nanuet.

Scarsdale 14, Harrison 8: Will Cabrera had five goals, four assists and seven ground balls to lead the Raiders, who closed with an 8-3 run in the second half. Andrew Bernstein netted five goals and Elliott Graham added three goals and three assists. Tyler Menniti had three goals and one assist for the Huskies while Owen van Tongeren had two goals and four assists.

New Rochelle at Rye, PPD

Suffern 10, Tappan Zee 5: Tommy Schember had three goals and two assists to lead the Mounties, who needed a 4-1 run in the fourth to shake the pesky Dutchmen. Brenden Fee, Tim Patwell and C.J. Greco all scored twice for Suffern. Tommy Chiapperino had two goals to TZ while Tadhg O’Riordan added one goal and two assists.

Manhasset 11, John Jay 9: Matt Lupinacci had five goals to lead the John Jay, who got 19 saves from Shahe Katchadurian. The game was tied 6-6 at the end of three. Hunter Keech added two goals and two assists in the loss.

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