No. 5 Scarsdale 19, Clarkstown North 5: Will Cabrera had eight goals and one assist for the Raiders. Elliot Graham added four goals and two assists. Cooper Schneider and David Love each finished with two goals and two assists. Tristain Moreno had three goals for the Rams.
No. 4 Suffern 15, No. 13 Arlington 11: Brendan Fee had eight goals to lead the Mounties. C.J. Greco added three goals and two assists. Tommy Schember totaled one goal and five assists. Dan Sharp made 15 saves for Suffern. Kevin Litchauer had six goals for the Admirals, who also got two goals and five assists from Riley Carroll.
No. 6 Wappingers 10, No. 11 Carmel 4: Jack Decker had seven goals and one assist for the Warriors. Travis Ventura added two goals and Jake Shaw added five assists. Matt Haughney scored twice for the Rams.
No. 7 Mahopac 16, No. 10 Clarkstown South 9: Dan Foley led the Indians with six goals and one assist. Christian Donahoe added four goals and one assist. Johnnie Ward added two goals and two assists. Andrew Evans went 15-11 at the faceoff X for Mahopac. Nick Delia had five goals for the Vikings and Matt Haggerty finished with two goals and one assist.
No. 8 White Plains at No. 1 Lakeland/Panas
No. 5 Scarsdale at No. 4 Suffern
No. 7 Mahopac at No. 2 Fox Lane
No. 6 Wappingers at No. 3 Mamaroneck
No. 5 Tappan Zee 11, Ossining 7: Ryan Maloney had five goals and two assists for the Dutchmen. Matt McCleary and Tommy Chiapperino each added a pair of goals. Liam O’Connor had three goals for the Pride.
No. 4 Eastchester 13, No. 13 Nyack 2: John Arcidiacono reach scored three goals to reach 100 for his career. He also handed out three assists. John Guido added four goals and one assist for the Eagles. Nick Genova had two goals and two assists. Noah Soriano and Stefan Jenss scored for the Indians.
No. 6 Somers 9, Byram Hills 4: Andrew Lowman and Vincent Cartelli each scored three times for the Tuskers, who trailed 4-2 at the half. Wes Cutler kept the Bobcats close, making 33 saves.
No. 7 Pelham 13, No. 10 Greeley 8: Jack Little had four goals for Pelham. Matt Nichauls and Ben Girolamo each scored three times and Quin Crowley picked up 18 ground balls. Zander Levitz, Jacob Brandes and Matt Baum each netted a pair of goals for the Quakers.
No. 9 Brewster at No. 1 Yorktown
No 5 Tappan Zee at No. 4 Eastchester
No. 7 Pelham at No. 2 John Jay
No. 6 Somers at No. 3 Rye
No. 1 Briarcliff 13, No. 16 Blind Brook 1: Keaton McCann had three goals and two assists for the Bears, who jumped out to an 11-0 lead at the half. Peter Olson added three goals.
No. 8 Hen Hud 9, Nanuet 8: Nick Marra had four goals and three assists for the Sailors, who took an 8-5 lead into the fourth. Mike Smith added two goals. Connor Gallagher and Austin Fraser each finished with one goal and two assists. Tom Fay had three goals and one assist for the Golden Knights, who also got two goals and two assists from Brian McGreevy.
No. 5 Irvington 15, No. 11 Lourdes 8: Dillon Morley had six goals for the Bulldogs. Jake Staropoli added two goals and four assists. Louis Lustenberger added three goals. Ty Arnone and Dillon Rispolli each scored twice for the Warriors.
No. 4 Bronxville 19, Ardsley 0: Ara Atayan had seven goals and one assist for the Broncos. Alston Tarry added two goals and eight assists.
No. 3 Westlake 20, No. 14 Dobbs Ferry 6: Mike Leva had six goals and one assist for the Wildcats. James Gorman added five goals and one assist. Rob DiNota finished with two goals and four assists. He also picked up 11 ground balls. Anthony Sardo contributed four goals and one assist.
No. 11 Putnam Valley 11, No. 6 Croton 10, OT: Connor Cronin scored his sixth goal of the game in overtime to keep Putnam Valley’s season alive. Croton had a 10-6 lead with 3:10 to go. Cronin forced overtime when he scored with 1:13 to go in regulation. Kevin Gallagher, who had one goal and six assists, set up both goals. Dyllon Knight added two goals and one assist in the win. Erik Scerbanovsky had three goals in the loss.
No. 7 Keio 5, No. 10 Hastings 3: No stats available for the Unicorns, who picked up the first postseason win in program history. Wesley Sava made 16 saves for the Yellow Jackets.
No. 2 Pleasantville 13, No. 15 Edgemont 2: Lucas Cohen tallied eight goals and one assist for Pleasantville. Brian Reda added four goals and three assists and Declan McDermott added one goal and six assists.
No. 8 Hen Hud at No. 1 Briarcliff
No. 5 Irvington at No. 4 Bronxville
No. 7 Keio at No. 2 Pleasantville
No. 11 Putnam Valley at No. 3 Westlake
Rye Country Day 14, Hamden Hall 13: Tommy Chai had four goals for the Wildcats, who had a 14-10 lead entering the fourth quarter. Max Manning and Justin Weissman each added three goals. Corey Millhouse had seven goals and one assist in the loss. RCDS meets St. Luke’s in the final on Wednesday.
Harvey 23, Chase Collegiate 13: Sam Bocklett had seven goals for the Cavaliers, who head for South Kent on Wednesday. Max Kesicki added five goals and three assists while Mike Depass finished with three goals and three assists.