Based on what I saw tonight we’re in for some great rivalry games in the weeks ahead.
John Jay is a young team, and I have no doubt the Indians are talented enough to hang with Yorktown. They meet on April 14. Suffern has plenty of promise with a strong core of athletic finishers and will definitely be nose to nose with North Rockland. They meet on May 3.
St. John the Baptist 9, Fordham Prep 7: Game not reported.
Iona Prep 11, Kellenberg 6: Isaac Newland had three goals for the Gaels, who outscored their host 7-2 in the second half. Christian McHugh added two goals and two assists and Connor Korzelius had two goals.
Irvington 12, Ardsley 3: Jake Staropoli had six goals and two assists to lead the Bulldogs, who outscored the Panthers 8-2 after halftime. Dillon Morely added five goals and two assists. Ryan Friedman had two goals in the loss.
Cornwall 16, Albertus Magnus 6: Game not reported.
Lourdes 20, Peekskill 0: Dillon Rispoli and Ty Arnone each had four goals and three assists for the Warriors. Liam Norman added three goals and Jimmy Daly had two.
Brewster 13, North Salem 0: Jack Guida had five goals and John Burns had four goals to lead the Bears. Kevin Heintz made seven saves to earn the shutout.
Carmel 4, Ossining 2: Korey Beneway stopped 24 shots for the Rams. Joe Meyers had three goals, two of them off Mike Telesco set-ups. The Pride had eight man-up chances and were unable to score. Dan Williamson and Liam O’Connor had the Ossining goals.
Wappingers 17, Haldane 0: Travis Ventura had three goals and three assists and James Pratt had three goals and two assists for the Warriors. Austin Cox added two goals and three assists. Dillon Auth made nine saves for the Blue Devils.
Fox Lane 18, Arlington 3: Thomas Tenney had four goals and two assists, Matt Leader had four goals and Cullen Morgan had three goals and two assists for the Foxes. Matt Magnan got three more goals, as well. Riley Carroll had a goal and an assist to lead the Admirals.
Lakeland/Panas 15, Putnam Valley 2: Joe Janavey had four goals to lead the Rebels, who got three goals and two assists from Kevin Prunty. Sean Makar and Joe Cortese each finished with two goals and two assists. Dylan Knight and Noah Kelvas had the Tigers’ goals.
Mahopac 10, Greeley 5: Dan Foley had three goals and four assists for the Indians, who only gave up one goal in the second half and quickly erased a 4-3 deficit with five unanswered goals in the third. Johnnie Ward added three goals and two assists. Jacob Brandes had two goals and one assist for the Quakers.
Pleasantville 11, Mamaroneck 8: Brian Reda had four goals to lead the Panthers, who have won 21 straight against Section 1 opponents. Declan McDermott and Lucas Cohen each added two goals and one assist. Cort Chambers and Tucker Leicht each had three goals for the Tigers, who gave up five unanswered goals in the second quarter and were down 7-2 at the break.
Eastchester 6, Westlake 4: Nick Milo had three goals to lead the Eagles, who got 13 saves from Brian Donovan. John Arcidiacono contributed one goal and one assist. James Gorman, Rob DiNota and Owen Peterson each had a goal and an assist for the Wildcats.
Scarsdale 16, Nanuet 4: The Raiders got seven goals and one assist from Andrew Bernstein. William Cabrera added three goals. Tom Fay had two goals and one assist for the Golden Knights.
Keio 9, Rye Neck 4: Game not reported.
Bronxville 20, Sleepy Hollow 5: R.J. Ambrose and Alston Terry each had four goals and two assists for the Broncos. Mac Crawford, Zach Tucker and Dylan James all netted a pair of goals, as well, and Ralph Chrappa won 11 of 15 faceoffs. Harry Bogusz scored twice for the Horsemen.
Pearl River 13, New Rochelle 8: Jon Farley had three goals and three assists to lead the Pirates, who broke open a 6-4 game with five third-quarter goals. Pat Linquist added two goals and two assists in the win. Mike McGrath came up with 11 saves. James Ferrara again led the Huguenots with three goals and an assist.
Clarkstown South 16, Valley Centeral 12: Game not reported.
Pelham 6, Briarcliff 4: Ben Girolamo scored three times in the first half to help the Pelicans go up 5-0, and later netted the only Pelham goal after the break. Nic Cebel and John Plimpton aided the Bears’ comeback, finishing with one goal and one assist each.
Somers 13, Hen Hud 7: Mike Cliff and Graham Roediger each scored three times for the Tuskers while fellow attackman Mike Couture added one goal, two assists and four ground balls. The starting midfield was strong, too, getting five goals and five assists from Joe Hasmall. Andrew Lowman and Vincent Cartelli. Mike Smith led the Sailors with two goals.