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Week 4 picks: White Plains-Scarsdale, Orange Bowl among Week 4 picks
Week 3 rewind: High school football scoreboard, Sept. 16-17
Week 4 schedule and scores —
Friday, Sept. 23
Scarsdale 62, White Plains 30
Rye 27, Eastchester 9
Westlake 42, Edgemont 14
New Rochelle 34, Mamaroneck 0
North Rockland 28, Suffern 20
Hackley 41, Roosevelt 0
Yorktown 35, Panas 6
Tappan Zee 25, Pearl River 7
Fox Lane 41, Ossining 22
Arlington 38, Ketcham 8
Clarkstown South 41, Ramapo 8
John Jay-East Fishkill 34, Ketcham 0
Lakeland 3, Highland 0
Sleepy Hollow 27, Nyack 6
Somers 49, John Jay 17
Clarkstown North 35, Mount Vernon 8
Lourdes 54, Hen Hud 19
Game recaps —
Scarsdale 62, White Plains 30: Fueled by 49-point half, Scarsdale rocks White Plains
Rye 27, Eastchester 9: Bruno steps in at QB, Rye still rolls over Eastchester
Tappan Zee 25, Pearl River 7: Tappan Zee routs Pearl River in Orange Bowl
Somers 49, John Jay 17: At Somers, Messiah Horne rushed for five touchdowns for the Tuskers.
Clarkstown North 35, Mount Vernon 8: At North, Eric Maurer rushed for 109 yards and two touchdowns. He had 69 receiving yards, including a 33-yard TD from Jake Katz. Kyle O’Neil added 82 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.
Clarkstown South 41, Ramapo 8: At Torne Valley Field, Matt Jung went 5 for 7 for 99 yards and had 19 carries for 109 yards and a touchdown. Kyle Samuels added 64 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. Sam Mistretta had 113 yards of offense and scored a rushing touchdown and Ryan Thomas added 115 yards of offense. The Vikings also forced three turnovers. Mistretta and Connor Roadarmel had interceptions and Chris Baldino recovered a fumble forced by Luke Ramundo. Lorenzo Henderson had 19 carries for 184 yards and Ramapo’s only TD.
Yorktown 35, Panas 7: At Yorktown, Brett Makar had 14 carries for 130 yards and a touchdowns and caught a touchdown pass. Jose Boyer had 19 carries for 105 yards and two scores and also went 7 for 10 for 112 yards and two touchdowns passing. The Yorktown defense forced five turnovers. Dominick Cioffi and Boyer each had an interception and a fumble recovery.
Fox Lane 41, Ossining 22: At Fox Lane, Tanner More had 35 carries for 287 yards and six touchdowns. Kevin Downes Jr. added three carries for 81 yards and also snared two interceptions. Andrew Brown led the Fox Lane defense with 13 tackles and Michael Bailey had 12.
Hackley 41, Roosevelt 0: At Hackley, Will Cotter went 5 for 10 for 92 yards and three touchdowns, including two to Winston Britton. Javon Coleman had nine carries for 100 yards and Will Waterhouse added seven carries for 59 yards on the ground, including a touchdown. Hackley’s defense forced four turnovers, including an interception Britton returned for a score.
Saturday, Sept. 24
Xaverian 25, Kennedy 22
Pawling 20, Haldane 0
Valhalla 20, Briarcliff/Hamilton 0
Riverdale 14, Rye Neck 7
Beacon 26, Byram Hills 21
Rye Country Day 20, Woodlands 6
Iona Prep 31, St. John the Baptist 10
Spring Valley 3, Port Chester 0
Dobbs Ferry 42, Millbrook 12
Pleasantville 34, Nanuet 0
Albertus Magnus 47, Irvington 6
Bronxville 41, Tuckahoe 12
Brewster 35, Lincoln 8
Riverside 53, Yonkers 8
Gorton 47, Palisade Prep 8
Carmel 40, Greeley 7
Croton-Harmon 14, Yonkers Montessori 12
Harrison 21, Peekskill 12
Pelham 28, Saunders 14
Ardsley 27, Putnam Valley 14
Blind Brook 20, Hastings 10
Stepinac at Cardinal Hayes, ppd. (field conditions)
Game recaps —
Stepinac-Cardinal Hayes ppd.: Poor field forces postponement of CHSFL final rematch
Spring Valley 3, Port Chester 0: Bustos-Cevallos kicks Spring Valley to victory
Pleasantville 34, Nanuet 0: At Nanuet, Pleasantville improved to 4-0 by blanking previously unbeaten Nanuet 34-0 in a meeting of perennial Class B contenders. Sophomore quarterback Jack Howe went 14 for 19 through the air for 236 yards and a touchdown and also rushed 10 times for another 85 yards. How also kicked a 32-yard field goal and rushed for a two-point conversion. Junior Charlie McPhee added 16 carries for 121 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. Alex O’Reilly and Tim Stelzl each recorded a sack and Stelzl recorded a team-high nine tackles.
Iona Prep 31, St. John the Baptist 10: At St. John the Baptist, Mike Apostolopoulos went 21 for 35 for 293 yards and two touchdowns. Mike DeGasparis had 11 receptions for 141 yards and Johnryan Freeman had five for 94, including the two touchdowns.
Harrison 21, Peekskill 12: At Peekskill, Austin Evans rushed for 119 yards and a touchdowns and Thomas Gresham added 85 yards two touchdowns and two touchdowns on the ground. Evans also added two sacks to help the Huskies rally from an early 6-0 deficit. Stephen Windisch had three receptions for 105 yards for Harrison.
Valhalla 20, Briarcliff/Hamilton 0: At Briarcliff, Eric Pasqualone had nine carries for 106 yards and a touchdown. Kevin Williams added a touchdown catch from Ralph Gonzalez.
Riverside 53, Yonkers 8: At Roosevelt High School, Calil Dixon had 136 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns and Isiah Frias had 92 yards rushing and a pair of scores.
Rye Country Day 20, Woodlands 6: At Woodlands, Tom Chai returned an interception 60 yards for a touchdown. Hannes Boehning made 11 tackles for the Wildcats and forced two fumbles.
Brewster 35, Lincoln 8: At Lincoln, Henry Terry had nine carries for 143 yards and three touchdowns for the Bears, who improved to 4-0. Jack Guida had seven carries for 139 yards and a touchdown and also threw for a score.
Carmel 40, Greeley 7: At Carmel, David Vega has 10 carries for 139 yards and two touchdowns and Brandan Pagan added 14 rushes for 100 yards and two more scores. Peyton Cayea also threw for 89 yards and a touchdown.
Pawling 20, Haldane 0: At Pawling, Sam Giachinta had 16 carries for 87 yards for the Blue Devils.
Pelham 28, Saunders 14: At Saunders, Nick Milanese threw touchdowns to Brandon Blake and Frankie Moretti and Kevin Coleman had 14 carries for 117 yards for Pelham, which improved to 4-0. Moretti also blocked a punt and recovered it for a touchdown. D.J. Lestagez led Saunders with 136 total yards and scored both touchdowns.
Riverdale 14, Rye Neck 7: At Riverdale, Gabriel Ajram had 19 carries for 78 yards and scored Rye Neck’s only touchdown.
Gorton 47, Palisade Prep 8: At Gorton, Malik Jones had eight carries for 81 yards and two touchdowns. Robbie Hamilton rushed for a touchdown and passed for another. Alfred Koomsan, Joel White and Eddy Pritz each rushed for a Gorton touchdown.
Dobbs Ferry 42, Millbrook 12: At Millbrook, Najee Smith had 16 carries for 143 yards and a touchdown and Tion Holness had 25 carries for 105 yards and two scores. Jordan Lyerly added 74 yards of offense and two touchdowns. Leon Campbell led the defense with 12 tackles. Arman Cherian-Ashe and Hayden Carlton each contributed 10 for the Dobbs defense.
Sunday, Sept. 25
Stepinac 45, Cardinal Hayes 24
Game recap —
Stepinac 45, Cardinal Hayes 24: In a rematch of the 2015 CHSFL ‘AAA’ championship at Stepinac, Michael Nicosia threw four touchdown passes and Antonio Giannico and Jamal Dallas each rushed for a score. Brandon Gasparre caught two of Nicosia’s touchdowns and Giannico and Jonathan Gomez each snagged one. Kevin Rafferty also kicked a 28-yard field goal before the half. The game was originally supposed to be held at Macombs Dam Park in the Bronx (Hayes’ homefield) but was postponed Saturday due to poor field conditions.