It’s the final weekend of the regular season.
We’ve got a lot of teams playing with momentum and looking to finish up with a win. Pelham, Rye and Mamaroneck are cruising. We’ve got a few that need to make some adjustments. North Rockland and Mount Pleasant are so close to the contenders.
I’m off this weekend, resting up and spending time with the family before the playoffs dominate my schedule. Keep us posted @lohudhockey if you’re out watching.
And wear a hat out there.
Rye vs. Norwood-Norfolk, noon at Salmon River
Pelham vs. Massena, 2:30 p.m. at Massena Arena
Pawling vs. Yorktown, 6:10 p.m. at BIA
Bronxville vs. Carmel, 6:10 p.m.at BIA
North Rockland vs. Mount Pleasant, 7 p.m. at WSA
Rivertown vs. Byram Hills, 7:20 p.m. at BIA
Pearl River vs. Somers/North Salem, 7:40 at BIA
White Plains vs. Mamaroneck, 8:15 p.m. at Hommocks
Greeley vs. Lakeland/Panas, 9:10 p.m. at BIA
Brewster 3, Pawling 1: Antonio Barone and Joey Rodriguez gave the Bears a 2-0 advantage. The Tigers got close with a Sean Reynolds goal, but Kevin Moroney netted a goal in the opening minutes of the third to give Brewster a cushion.
Mamaroneck 5, North Rockland 0: Alex Ewald had two goals for the Tigers and Will Arbo had two assists. Tommy Spero notched his seventh shutout of the season, tying a school record set by Luke Glaser.
Pelham 4, Potsdam 1: Ben Hurd and Will Case finished with one goal and one assist for the Pelicans. Michael MacInnis and John Henry Kleinberger also scored for Pelham.
Scarsdale 7, John Jay 4: Stephen Nicholas had a hat trick on Senior Night and Jonathan Schwartz netted a pair of goals for the Raiders. Click here to read Mike Dougherty’s game story.
Rye 5, Salmon River 2: Rocco Macri and Theo Bresolin each had a pair of goals to move the Garnets into the championship game of the North Franklin Shamrocks Tournament.
Suffern 2, Mount Pleasant 0: C.J. Greco and Evan Cama scored early for the Mounties, but Lucas Van Bramer shut out Mounties the last 39:25, making 32 saves. Sean Gordon had 13 saves for Suffern.
Hen Hud 3, Greeley 0: Vinny Perez had two and Michael Hermancin added one for the Sailors. Peter Gianatiempo had his first varsity shutout.
Rye Town/Harrison 8, New Rochelle 2: Jackson Schultz had two goals and three assists for the Titans, who clinched the League III-C title outright. Doug Harrison added one goal and three assists.
Stepinac 3, St. Edmund’s 0: Brian Donovan started and ended a three-goal outburst in the second period of Game 2 for the Crusaders, who moved onto the championship series against Xavier. Nicholas Tabio also scored for Stepinac.