Week 5 high school football scoreboard, Sept. 30-Oct. 1

Week 5 high school football scoreboard, Sept. 30-Oct. 1


Week 5 high school football scoreboard, Sept. 30-Oct. 1


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.

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The Week 5 high school football schedule

Brewster High School scoreboard.

Brewster High School scoreboard.

Week 5 schedule and scores —

Friday, Sept. 30

Scarsdale 31, North Rockland 7

White Plains 44, Ramapo 22

Woodlands 33, Tuckahoe 0

Harrison 53, Lincoln 6

Gorton 35, Pelham 6

Mahopac 19, Ossining 14

John Jay-East Fishkill 41, Fox Lane 14

Clarkstown North 33, Suffern 7

Iona Prep 56, Kellenberg 27

Arlington 38, Spring Valley 14

Brewster 11, Rye 7

New Rochelle 39, Clarkstown South 18

Panas 18, Lakeland 6

Somers 48, Nyack 13

Game recaps —

Brewster 11, Rye 7: Behind Guida, late defensive stand, Brewster upsets Rye

New Rochelle 39, Clarkstown South 18: Romeo Holden puts the moves on Clarkstown South

Panas 18, Lakeland 6: Panas gets even with rival Lakeland in 18-6 win

Scarsdale 31, North Rockland 7: Leone, Rolfe lead Scarsdale in rout of North Rockland

White Plains 44, Ramapo 22: At White Plains, Glenmour Osbourne had 19 carries for 205 yards and four touchdowns for the Tigers. Lorenzo Henderson had 23 carries for 110 yards and a touchdown to lead Ramapo. Marcus Bryant led the defense with 10 tackles.

Harrison 53, Lincoln 6: At Harrison, Michael Cherico went 5 for 5 for 92 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for a 41-yard score and Frank Nannariello went 3 for 4 for 62 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed for a touchdown. Stephen Windisch caught two touchdowns and had a pair of interceptions for the Huskies. Matt Rossi, Raymond Sanchez and Thomas Gresham all caught touchdowns.

Clarkstown North 33, Suffern 7: At North, Eric Maurer scored four touchdowns for the Rams. He had 13 carries for 190 yards and three touchdowns on the ground and also caught a 52-yard score from Jake Katz. Cedric Lafontant added a 40-yard touchdown on the ground.

Iona Prep 56, Kellenberg 27: At Mitchel Athletic Complex in Uniondale, Mike Apostolopoulos went 21 of 33 for 242 yards and four touchdowns. Rodney Samson Jr. had 15 carries for 187 yards and three touchdowns. Mike DeGasperis had nine catches for 113 yards and a score. Ki’shyne Shipmon caught five passes for 51 yards and two scores and also rushed seven times for 82 yards.

Arlington 38, Spring Valley 14: At Torne Valley Field, Ricardo Yolas scored two touchdowns and Austin Heck threw a 65-yard touchdown to Jacob Pfeifer (per @PJSports) to keep Arlington undefeated at 5-0. Isaiah Dean and Michael Maynes scored for Spring Valley, which dropped to 4-1.

John Jay-East Fishkill 41, Fox Lane 14: At John Jay, Wyatt Singer had 17 carries for 101 yards and Kevin Downes Jr. caught seven passes for 72 yards, including a 36-yard touchdown from Jacob Payson. Payson finished 13 for 28 for 97 yards and two scores in the loss.

Mahopac 19, Ossining 14: At Mahopac, Justin Munoz scored the winning touchdown on a 1-yard run late in the fourth quarter. Greg Libertino scored the first two touchdowns for Mahopac, running in from 30 yards out and catching a 10-yard TD from Ryan Dugan. Marcel Martinez and Anthony Ocello had fourth-quarter interceptions for the Indians.

Somers 48, Nyack 13: At MacCalman Field in Nyack, Messiah Horne had 26 carries for 193 yards and three touchdowns. Kevin Olifiers went 8 for 13 for 216 yards, including a 74-yard TD to Matt Pires. Percy Downing caught two passes for 157 yards, both of which went for touchdowns. Christian DeSimone went 4 for 7 for 181 yards and the two TD passes.

Woodlands 33, Tuckahoe 0: At Woodlands, the Falcons held Tuckahoe to just one first down in the first half. Jahair McIver led the defense with seven tackles, including two sacks. Danny Adair had eight carries for 111 yards and three touchdowns. Amari Bilal added 71 yards rushing and threw a touchdowns to Aaron Robertson. Bilal also had eight tackles.

Saturday, Oct. 1

Westlake 35, Nanuet 8

Yorktown 42, Sleepy Hollow 28

Rye Neck 38, Haldane 21

Cardinal Spellman 49, Kennedy 20

Pleasantville 31, Ardsley 0

Saunders 36, Palisade Prep 0

Eastchester 20, Beacon 19

Carmel 28, Ketcham 10

Blind Brook 23, Brlarcliff/Hamilton 7

Mamaroneck 30, Mount Vernon 14

Albertus Magnus 35, Croton-Harmon 0

John Jay 41, Pearl River 0

Stepinac 42, Holy Cross 7

Port Chester 35, Greeley 21

Yonkers Montessori 22, Hastings 19

Dwight Englewood 26, Harvey 20

Roosevelt 41, Yonkers 0

Lourdes 49, Byram Hills 14

Hen Hud 53, Peekskill 18

Dobbs Ferry 39, Bronxville 7

Valhalla 21, Edgemont 7

Rye Country Day 26, Pennington 6

Hackley 34, Fieldston 31 (OT)

Putnam Valley 49, Irvington 0

Game recaps —

Westlake 35, Nanuet 8: Improving Westlake defense dominates in rout of Nanuet

Yorktown 42, Sleepy Hollow 28: Boyer helps Yorktown evade upset-minded Sleepy Hollow

Mamaroneck 30, Mount Vernon 14: At Mount Vernon, Daniel O’Rourke topped 100 yards rushing for the fifth time in five games. The senior rushed 23 times for 142 yards and a touchdown, giving him 697 yards this season. Shane Smith added rushing and receiving touchdowns for the Tigers . Tommy Dillon threw for 94 yards and a score and Michael Flatow led the defense with two interceptions.

Valhalla 21, Edgemont 7: At Valhalla, Mike Ferrara had 14 carries for 143 yards and two touchdowns and also caught a 55-yard touchdown from Ralph Gonzalez. Gonzalez finished 7 for 15 for 121 yards.

Pleasantville 31, Ardsley 0: At Ardsley, Charlie McPhee had 17 carries for 136 yards and a touchdown. Ian Esliker added 67 yards and a touchdown on the ground.

Port Chester 35, Horace Greeley 21: At Greeley, Jason Wiley had 12 carries for 111 yards and a touchdown and returned an interception for a score. Shawn Blackburn had six carries for 108 yards and a score and Jordan Lewis added 106 yards on the ground.

Stepinac 42, Holy Cross 7: At Holy Cross, Jonathan Gomez had 10 carries for 163 yards, including an 81-yard touchdown run. He and Antonio Giannico each caught and ran for a score.

Rye Country Day 26, Pennington 6: At Rye Country Day, James Nash had eight carries for 125 yards and Hannes Boehning had 85 yards rushing and recorded 11 tackles. Jared Jones rushed for 50 yards and a score. Evander Jackson had two sacks.

Eastchester 20, Beacon 19: At Beacon, Mark Cacciola scored all three touchdowns for Eastchester.

Saunders 36, Palisade Prep 0: At Gorton High School, Joshua Chambers had 120 yards of offense and scored three touchdowns for the Blue Devils.

Yonkers Montessori 22, Hastings 19: At YMA, Matteo ChiRello scored the go-ahead touchdown on 15-yard run to help YMA rally from a 19-0 deficit. Phil DaSilva scored the other two touchdowns to help first-year coach Elie Moise earn his first victory. “These kids played their hardest,” Moise said. “The first 20 minutes were the worst start one could ever imagine, but we never gave up on each other. Most importantly, we trusted and believed we could win.”

Carmel 28, Ketcham 10: At Ketcham, David Vega had 20 carries for 105 yards and a touchdown and Nick Heiss added 55 yards and a TD on the ground. Kyle Shilling went 5 for 8 for 72 yards, including a TD pass to Andrew Dileo. Eric Melchione returned an interception for another Carmel touchdown.

John Jay 41, Pearl River 0: At Pearl River, Thor Adamec rushed for 11 yards on just four carries and caught two passes for 51 yards and a touchdown. Bryce Ford rushed for 65 yards and two touchdowns on his only two carries. Jaelen Ferrebee and Jackson Rieger each added rushing touchdowns. Matt Lee finished 10 for 13 for 97 yards passing, including the TD to Adamec. Jonathon Farley had 64 yards on 20 carries to lead Pearl River.

Hen Hud 53, Peekskill 18: At Hen Hud, Nick Cunningham went 10 for 17 for 263 yards and five touchdowns. He hit Marquan Anderson for two of those scores for a combined 116 yards. Alan Porter-Jackson, Michael Fasolino and Peter Maselli also caught Hen Hud Touchdowns. Jordan Grullon rushed for 68 yards and a touchdown and Manny Carbone and Tommy Calandro each added TDs on the ground.

Hackley 34, Fieldston 31 (OT): At Hackley, Will Cotter threw a 14-yard touchdown to Will Waterhouse to score the winning points in overtime. Cotter finished 10 for 20 for 165 yards and three touchdowns. Waterhouse rushed for 160 yards and a score and caught two touchdowns. Winston Britton caught four passes for 108 yards and a touchdown and Javon Coleman rushed for 61 yards and a TD. The game was tied 28-28 and Fieldston, which entered the game 3-0, kicked a field goal on the opening possession of overtime. Hackley improved to 4-0.

Rye Neck 38, Haldane 21: At Rye Neck, Gabriel Ajram rushed for 67 yards and four touchdowns for Rye Neck. Ben Galerne had a team-high 95 yards on the ground and Nick D’Errico added 84 yards and a TD. Brandon Twoguns threw for 183 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another 83 yards and a score. He connected on six passes for 89 yards and a touchdown to Thomas Percacciolo.

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