Somers 8, Brewster 7: Mike Couture had three goals and an assist for the Tuskers wile Jack Kessler and Mike Cliff each scored twice. Kevin Blank had three goals for the Bears and Luca Riolo finished with one goal and one assist.
Tappan Zee 13, Pearl River 1: Game not reported.
Ossining 12, Peekskill 2: Kyle Cristello had three goals and three assists for the Pride. Liam O’Connor added three goals and one assist. Savion Williams scored a pair of late goals for the Red Devisl.
Mamaroneck 16, White Plains 12: Chris Conley wound up with six goals and three assists for Mamaroneck, which has won six of seven. Emmet Fay added five goals and Eric Greenberg had three goals and three assists. Brendan Johnson had three goals for White Plains. Tommy Avery and Liam Broderick each scored twice.
Croton 10, Dobbs Ferry 5: Jake Barlow had four goals and three assists for the Tigers. Sam Roth and Brandon Arnone each netted a pair of goals. Max Kahan and Noah Dorfman each scored twice for the Eagles and Luka Miskovic scooped 16 ground balls.
Iona Prep 10, Bronxville 7: Herschel Halesworth finished with four goals and two assists while Isaac Newland had four goals and one assist for the Gaels, who had lost two in a row. Charlie McAllister came up with 16 saves in the win. Andrew Murray and Alston Terry each scored twice for the Broncos.
Fordham Prep 5, Stepinac 4, 3OT: Game not reported.
Kennedy Catholic 15, Cardinal Hayes 5: Matt Clark had five goals and two assists and Alex Souza had five goals and one assist for the Gaels, Matt Kiernan finished with three goals.
Carmel 17, Lourdes 16: Game not reported.
Lakeland/Panas 12, Wappingers 5: Sean Makar had four goals and four assists for the Rebels, who came back from an early 4-1 deficit and clinched the League I-C title outright. Tim Fallo added three goals and two assists. Jack Decker scored twice for the Warriors.
Pelham 14, New Rochelle 8: Jack Gilchrist had four goals and four assists to lead the Pelicans. Ben Girolamo and Davis Allen each contributed three goals and one assist while Quinlin Crowley picked up 15 ground balls. Haitam Coughlin scored the last five Huguenots goals.
Rye 10, Eastchester 5: Brendan Dugan had four goals and two assists, helping the Garnets pick up their fourth straight win. Ryan Kirkpatrick had two goals and one assist and Will Hynson added one goal and two assists. John Guido led the Eagles with two goals.
Clarkstown North 13, Nyack 4: Kevin Sheridan had three goals and Tristain Moreno had two goals and two assists for the Rams, who eclipsed five wins in a season for the first time since 2008. Brendan O’Sullivan had three goals for the Indians.
Mahopac 14, Hen Hud 8: Johnnie Ward came up with a season-high six goals and two assists for the Indians, who have won three in a row and sit one game above .500 for the first time this season. Dan Foley added five goals and one assist. Connor Gallagher led the Sailors with three goals and one assist. Joey Ledwin added two goals.