Lohud Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard: May 9

Lohud Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard: May 9

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Lohud Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard: May 9

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Lohud Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard

Lohud Boys Lacrosse Scoreboard

White Plains 14, Saratoga Springs 5: Brendan Johnson had six goals and one assist for the Tigers. Tommy Avery and Liam Broderick each added two goals and three assists. Miles Tillman finished with three goals for White Plains, which had a 12-2 halftime lead.

Scarsdale 13, Tappan Zee 12, 2 OT: Rob Rolfe scored the overtime winner for the Raiders. Cooper Schneider and Eliot Graham each finished with four goals and one assist for Scarsdale while Stephen Nicholas made 18 saves. Matt McCleary, Jack Maloney and Ryan Maloney all had two goals and one assist for the Dutchmen.

Iona Prep 15, Spellman 2: Herschel Halesworth finished with one goal and six assists for the Gaels, and Isaac Newland wound up with three goals. Dennis Cambria and Barry Mitchell each added two goals and one assist.

Ardsley 16, Yonkers 0: Danny Strick had four goals and two assists for the Panthers. Ryan Friedman added two goals and three assists. Kahron Gaither picked up a team-high four ground balls on Senior Day for the Bulldogs.

Putnam Valley 15, North Salem 2: Noah Kelvas had seven goals and four assists for the Putnam Valley. Conner Cronin and Dyllon Knight each finished with three goals and three assists.

North Salem 14, Pawling 1: Shane Behler had three goals and two assists for the Tigers. Jesse Pezzillo added three goals while Kenny Martin and Dylan Starace had two apiece.

Westlake 17, Keio 10: Anthony Sardo finished with four goals and two assists for the Wildcats. James Gorman added four goals and one assist while Rob DiNota went 21-3 on faceoffs.

Mahopac 16, Suffern 3: Andrew Evans scored five goals and won a dozen faceoffs to lead the Indians. Dan Foley added three goals and three assists. Christian Donahoe had one goal and three assists. Tim Patwell scored twice for the Mounties.

Dobbs Ferry 16, Edgemont 9: Max Kahan led the Eagles with five goals. Noah Dorfman and Damon Baglieri added four goals and two assists apiece. Max Mond had eight goals for the Panthers.

Rye Country Day 13, Fieldston 10: Max Manning and Tommy Chai led the Wildcats, finishing with three goals and one assist apiece. Justin Weissman, Ray Konopka and Will Dodge each scored twice in the win. Pierce and Patrick O’Hagen combined for five goals and two assists in the loss.

Clarkstown North 9, Rye Neck 3: Kevin Sheridan, Tristain Moreno and Kyle Ryder each scored three goals for the Rams. Conor Leydon scored twice for the Panthers.

Pleasantville 12, Arlington 10:  Game not reported.

Irvington 11, Pearl River 1: Carson Cerrito had four goals and one assist for the Bulldogs, who also got two goals and one assist from Erik Parke and Jacke Staropoli. Mike Carbone scored a first- quarter goal for the Pirates.

John Jay 16, Greeley 5: Bryce Ford had four goals for the Indians, who built a 9-3 halftime lead. Jackson Rieger added two goals and two assists while Josh Rubin and Hunter Keech each contributed two goals and one assist. Jacob Brandes finished with three goals for the Quakers.

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