No. 5 Suffern 3, No. 9 Mahopac 1
Ailis Martin scored three minutes into the game on a deflection that spun under the crossbar to give the Indians a lead. The Mounties answered 15 minutes later when Kyra Greenbaum took a pass from Kailey Brenner isolated on a defender and scored. Suffern dominated play in the second half, but it took a timely save from Cassidy Rykowski in the 65th minute to keep Martin from getting another goal. Elizabeth Ellsworth cleared the loss ball. Tatiana Cruz took a crossing pass from Kyra Greenbaum and made it 2-1with 29 minutes remaining. Allie Goldstein later set up Greenbaum for an insurance goal. Rykowski finished with four saves. Mahopac goalie Julia Mende had 11 saves. Suffern will be playing in its first Section 1 title game and meets Arlington on Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
No. 2 Arlington 3, No. 3 Yorktown 2
Sofia Germano scored her second goal with seven minutes remaining to break a 2-2 tie and sent the Admirals to a Section 1 championship game for the first time since 2012. Alyssa Francese scored twice in the first half to give the Huskers an early lead. Ariana Pjetri and Kim Bourgeiois had the assists. Arlington came back with one goal and trailed 2-1 at the half.
No. 1 Somers 4, No. 5 John Jay 1
No. 6 Pearl River 2, No. 15 Eastchester 0
No. 1 Bronxville 3, No. 4 Pleasantville 1
Mason Warble scored twice, sending the Broncos to a Section 1 championship game Sunday at 6:15 p.m. against Albertus Magnus. Shannon Hendrick also scored in the win. Lyndsey Minerva scored in the second half for the Panthers goal and teammate Kristie Guttridge made 11 saves. Maddie Coyne finished with 11 saves for Bronxville.
No. 3 Albertus Magnus at No. 2 Irvington, 3 p.m.
Collette Martucci took a pass from Danielle LaRochelle and scored the first goal of the game. Mazie Stiles took over from there, netting a hat trick for the defending champions.
No. 1 Haldane 1, No. 4 North Salem 0
After playing 52 scoreless minutes, Allison Chiera got Haldane in front with help from Alzy Cinquanta and Mary Margaret Dwyer. Amelia Hall made six saves to earn the shutout. Missy Lisikatos helped the Blue Devils keep the pressure on while Dwyer and Jade Villella were able to make a number of defensive stops.
No. 2 Solomon Schechter 3, No. 3 Tuckahoe 0
Marci Brustman got the Lions started and Reese Cohen, a freshman, got the next two goals. Lulu Wein had one assist in the win. Solomon Schechter meets Haldane in the championship game on Sunday at 11 a.m. at Yorktown High School.