Wooster 14, Harvey 7: Javen Stepp-Davis scored back-to-back goals in the third quarter to get the Cavaliers within 7-6, but the Generals closed on a 7-1 run. Stepp-Davis finished with four goals. Sam Bocklett had two goals and one assist.
Rye Country Day 8, St. Luke’s 6: Tommy Chai had four goals to lead the Wildcats. Justin Weissman scored twice while Max Manning and Will Dodge had one apiece for RCDS. Sean Price made 10 saves. Six different players scored for the Storm and Sean Price made 10 saves.
Hen Hud 14, Lourdes 3: Mike Smith and Austin Fraser each finished with four goals to lead the Sailors, who opened with 10 unanswered goals in the first quarter. Connor Gallagher and Frank Reifenhauser each added two goals and one assist. Vinny Bell made 14 saves in the win. Dillon Rispoli, Joey Scaglione and Ty Arnone each scored for the Warriors.
Hastings 12, Dobbs Ferry 5: Jackson Silverstein had three goals and three assists for the Yellow Jackets. Tommy Henley had three goals while Brandon Beazer and Orin Jackson each finished with two goals and one assist. Max Kahan led the Eagles with three goals and Dan DiRusso had two assists.
Ardsley 13, Rye Neck 3: Emmet Farrell had four goals and two assists for Ardsley, which built a 6-0 lead. Ryan Friedman added three goals and two assists and Danny Hewitt added three goals and one assist. Roman Calcagni scored twice for Rye Neck.
Blind Brook 18, Yonkers 1: Grant Alter had three goals to lead the Trojans. Jake Suesserman and Mike Malley each had two assists. Brody Reardon had his first goal of the season for the Bulldogs.
Sleepy Hollow 12, Albertus Magnus 5: Harry Bogusz had four goals and two assists for the Horsemen, who broke open a 5-3 game with five third-quarter goals. Ethan Wilans added two goals and four assists while Kyle Hutter made 14 saves. Rawil Herrera and Jack Conlan each scored twice for the Falcons.
Putnam Valley 7, Irvington 6: Noah Kelvas scored his only goal of the game with less than 40 seconds to play, giving the Tigers a big win. The score was tied 2-2 at halftime and 4-4 after three quarters. Dillon Morely scored back-to-back goals, making it 6-6 with 55 seconds to play. He finished with four goals. The Bulldogs got off another shot, hoping to force overtime, but it bounced over the cage and went out as time expired. Kevin Gallagher had two goals for Putnam Valley and Kelvas added three assists. Thomas Weggman netted a pair of goals for Irvington and Jake Staropoli had three assists.