No. 1 Lakeland/Panas 7, No. 8 White Plains 5: JoJo Janavey and Tim Fallo each scored a pair of goals to lead the Rebels. Brendan Johnson had three goals and one assist for the Tigers, who closed to within 5-4 early in the fourth quarter before Kevin Prunty and Sean Makar answered the run. Julio Cruz went 9-6 on faceoffs for White Plains.
No. 5 Scarsdale 17, No. 4 Suffern 9: Will Cabrera, Andrew Bernstein and Elliot Graham were too much up front, netting five goals apiece for the Raiders. Cooper Schneider added on goal and three assists. Stephen Nicholas made 20 saves for Scarsdale.
No. 3 Mamaroneck 10, Wappingers 6: Eric Greenberg had four goals and two assist for the Tigers, who have advanced to the semifinals each of the last five years. Chris Conley added two goals and two assists. Alex Ewald scored twice. James Pratt had three goals for the Warriors and Jack Decker added two goals and one assist.
Scarsdale at Lakeland/Panas
Mahopac at Mamaroneck
No. 1 Yorktown 17, No. 9 Brewster 0: Jamison Embury had four goals and one assist and Hunter Embury added one goal and three assists for the defending champions. Nick Sanfardino and Steven Veteri each added a pair of goals. Kevin Heintz made nine saves for the Bears.
No. 4 Eastchester 9, No. 5 Tappan Zee 3: John Arcidiacono had four goals and three assists for the Eagles while John Guido added three goals and two assists. Brian Donovan made 15 saves for Eastchester. Matt McLeary had one goal and one assist for the Dutchmen.
No. 2 John Jay 13, No. 7 Pelham 10: Matt Lupinacci had five goals and two assists to lead the Indians, who used a five-goal third period to open an 11-8 lead. Hunter Keech added three goals and one assist and Bryce Ford got two goals and one assist. Shahe Katchadurian made a doze saves in the win. Davis Allen finished with six goals for the Pelicans.
No. 3 Rye 9, No. 6 Somers 8: Brendan Dugan scored the game-winner with seven seconds to play. It was his third goal of the game. Will Hynson led the Garnets with four goals and three assists. Jack Kessler knotted the game in the last minute for Somers, which came back from a 5-0 deficit. Andrew Lowman had three goals for the Tuskers.
Eastchester at Yorktown
Rye at John Jay
No. 1 Briarcliff 8, No. 8 Hen Hud 4: Keaton McCann and Peter Olson each scored twice for the Bears, who have won 15 in a row. Michael DeGasparis, a long pole, had one goal and one assist.
No. 4 Bronxville 15, No. 5 Irvington 2: Ara Atayan finished with six goals and one assist for the Broncos, who have won four in a row. Alston Terry added four goals and Zachary Tucker had two goals and two assists. Dillon Morley scored twice for the Bulldogs.
No. 2 Pleasantville 16, No. 7 Keio 5: Game not reported.
No. 11 Putnam Valley 12, No. 3 Westlake 8: Kevin Gallagher had four goals and two assists for the Tigers, who responded with a 5-1 run after the Wildcats closed to within 4-3 early in the second quarter. Mike Nolan added three goals for Putnam Valley. Noah Kelvas and Conner Cronin each scored twice and Brendan Matthews made 15 saves.
Bronxville at Briarcliff
Putnam Valley at Pleasantville
CHSAA Archdiocesan Tournament
Kellenberg 6, Iona Prep 3: Game not reported.
Rye Country Day 11, St. Luke’s 7: Justin Weissman had two goals and three assists to lead the Wildcats, who closed with a 6-2 run. Tommy Chai, Max Manning, Ray Konopka and Christain Cho each scored twice for RCDS, which has won 26 in a row against FAA opponents.