Week 10 high school football scoreboard, Nov. 1-6

Week 10 high school football scoreboard, Nov. 1-6

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Week 10 high school football scoreboard, Nov. 1-6

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The high school football scoreboard will be updated with final scores and game recaps throughout the weekend. If you have information — like scores or stats — to report, please contact football write Josh Thomson through e-mail at jthomson@lohud.com, or reach Josh on Twitter @lohudinsider.

SCHEDULE: Section 1 playoff results and schedule

Mahopac High School will host the Section 1 football championship games on Nov. 4-5, 2016.

Mahopac High School will host the Section 1 football championship games on Nov. 4-5, 2016.

To read Josh’s previews and scouting reports and see his predictions for each Section 1 championship game, click on the links below:

CLASS AA PREVIEW: Scarsdale believes it brings different team into rematch

CLASS A PREVIEW: Somers thinking big in Yorktown rematch

CLASS B PREVIEW: Pleasantville driven to prove win was no fluke

CLASS C PREVIEW: Rematch a whole new game for Woodlands, Dobbs Ferry

CLASS D PREVIEW: Tuckahoe, Haldane thankful for second season

Week 10 high schedule and scores —

Tuesday, Nov. 1

Ramapo 24, Peekskill 8

Game recap —

Ramapo 24, Peekskill 8: At Peekskill, Lorenzo Henderson had 24 carries for 217 yards and two touchdowns and also caught a 6-yard touchdown from Kevin Abelard. Rotchild Adelson also added seven rushes for 48 yards and a score. Jhordyn Innocent led the defense with 12 tackles and a forced fumble. Shawn Pierre had an interception for Ramapo.

Thursday, Nov. 3

Port Chester 23, Mamaroneck 0

Game recap —

Port Chester 23, Mamaroneck 0: At Port Chester, the Rams won the Athletic Directors’ trophy over rival Mamaroneck behind two touchdowns from Jason Wiley, one rushing and one on an interception return. Shawn Blackburn scored the other touchdown for Port Chester, which also recorded a safety.

Friday, Nov. 4

Section 1 championships, at Mahopac High School

Class D: Haldane 26, Tuckahoe 6

Class C: Dobbs Ferry 21, Woodlands 14

Game recaps —

Class D championship

Haldane 26, Tuckahoe 6: At Mahopac High School, Brandon Twoguns rushed for three touchdowns as No. 2 Haldane won its first Section 1 title since 2011. Twoguns was named the offensive player of the game. He also had two interceptions. Sam Giachinta had an interception. He was named the defensive player of the game for Haldane (2-6), which lost to Tuckahoe 36-15 on Sept. 10.

Haldane will play Section 9’s Roscoe/Livingston Manor/Downsville at 3 p.m. on Nov. 12 at Dietz Stadium in the Class D state quarterfinals. Haldane beat the Section 9 rep on Oct. 15 for its only previous win.

Class C championship

Dobbs Ferry 21, Woodlands 14: At Mahopac High School, Najee Smith rushed for the winning touchdown from 2 yards out with 1:47 remaining. The teams combined to fumble three times in the final 90 seconds. Dobbs Ferry’s Jack Capuano forced the decisive turnover when he stripped Woodlands’ QB Aaron Robertson at the Dobbs 15 in the final minute. Smith rushed for 136 yards and three touchdowns to earn offensive MVP honors.

Dobbs Ferry (7-2) will play the Section 9 champ, either Millbrook or Burke Catholic, at 4 p.m. on Nov. 12 at Mahopac High School in the state quarterfinals.

Saturday, Nov. 5

Nanuet 20, Pearl River 14 (OT)

Section 1 championships, at Mahopac High School

Class AA: New Rochelle 41, Scarsdale 13

Class B: Pleasantville 28, Westlake 21

Class A: Somers 42, Yorktown 6

Game recaps —

Nanuet 20, Pearl River 14 (OT): At Pearl River, Nanuet beat Pearl River for the fourth straight time in the 50th meeting for the Little Brown Jug. Jake Stein scored the winning touchdown on a 1-yard run in overtime shortly after Nanuet’s defense had stopped Pearl River on a fourth-and-1. Pearl River had tied the game with 2 minutes remaining on a Jonathon Farley’s touchdown. Mike O’Meara and Connor Breit had scored earlier in the game for Nanuet, which now leads the all-time series 34-15-1.

Class AA championship

New Rochelle 41, Scarsdale 13: At Mahopac High School, Jared Baron rushed for 130 yards and a touchdown and Romeo Holden had 130 yards of offense and scored three touchdowns. Baron was named offensive MVP. Cedrice Paillant had two sacks and was named the defensive MVP for the Huguenots, who improved to 10-0.

New Rochelle will receive a bye into the Class AA state semifinals at 7 p.m. on Nov. 19 at Dietz Stadium in Kingston. The Huguenots will play either Section 2’s Troy or Section 9’s Newburgh.

Class A championshp

Somers 42, Yorktown 6: At Mahopac High School, Matt Pires scored three touchdowns and Messiah Horne rushed for 187 yards and two touchdowns for No. 3 Somers, which won its third Section 1 title in five years. Pires was named the game’s most outstanding back and junior Nick Gargiulo was named its most outstanding lineman. Vincent DiFilippo had two interceptions and Jack Gilroy added two sacks and a fumble recovery.

Somers (9-1) will play Cornwall at Mahopac on Nov. 12 at 12:30 p.m. in the Class A state quarterfinals.

Class B championshp

Pleasantville 28, Westlake 21: At Mahopac High School, No. 1 Pleasantville beat Westlake for the second time this season and won its first Section 1 title since 2013. Thomas Browne blocked a punt to set up Jack Howe’s go-ahead 9-yard touchdown pass to Brian Reda and Declan McDermott scored what proved to be the winning touchdown with 7:17 remaining.

Pleasantville (10-0) will play Section 9’s New Paltz on Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. at Dietz Stadium in the Class B state quarterfinals.

Sunday, Nov. 6

CHSFL AAA quarterfinals

Stepinac 44, Chaminade 21

CHSFL AA quarterfinals

Iona Prep 41, Fordham Prep 0

Game recaps —

Stepinac 44, Chaminade 21: In a CHSFL AAA quarterfinal at No. 3 Stepinac, Shawn Harris and Antonio Giannico each scored two touchdowns as the Crusaders beat Chaminade for the second straight week. Giannico scored both of his touchdowns on the ground. Harris rushed for a 71-yard touchdown and also returned a kickoff 84 yards for a score.

Stepinac will play at No. 2 Monsignor Farrell next weekend in the semifinals at a time to be determined.

Iona Prep 41, Fordham Prep 0: In a CHSFL AA quarterfinal at No. 2 Iona Prep, Mike Apostolopoulos went 17 for 21 for 259 yards and four touchdowns, including three to Ki’Shyne Shipmon. Rodney Samson Jr. added 119 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries.

Iona Prep will host No. 7 Xavier at 1 p.m. Saturday in the semifinals. Xavier won 28-27 over second-seeded Christ the King, the only team in the AA division to beat Iona Prep during the regular season.

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