OK, we’re back for another day of football today after an eventful Friday night. Nyack unseated Rye atop (or, depending on your previous opinion, near the top) of Class A. Pelham easily dispatched of Lourdes, jumping in front of the overmatched (and, yes, very overhyped) Warriors 26-zip at half. And Mahopac survived a very tight game to win on the road at Clarkstown North.
There are no matchups of unbeatens today like those three were. Still, we’ll be out covering four games live: Roosevelt-Sleepy, Westlake-Kennedy, North-Rockland-Suffern and Harrison-Eastchester. I’m covering the latter but will stop by somewhere beforehand. So please check out my Twitter page at Twitter.com/lohudinsider for updates.
Pearl River 24, Port Chester 12
Byram Hills 41, Yonkers 6
Westlake 34, Kennedy 27
Croton-Harmon 40, Pleasantville 0
Tuckahoe 40, Haldane 6
Sacred Heart 20, Harvey 6
Bronxville 57, Lincoln Hall 0
Woodlands 24, Blind Brook 6
North Rockland 28, Suffern 0
Arlington 42, John Jay-East Fishkill 6
Holy Trinity 10, Mount St. Michael 0
Roosevelt 20, Sleepy Hollow 0
Spring Valley 40, Saunders 0
Nanuet 18, Putnam Valley 0
New Rochelle 28, Gorton 0
Beacon 34, Peekskill 6
Rye Country Day 6, Long Island Lutheran 0
Hackley 55, Kingswood-Oxford 8
Scarsdale 35, Lincoln 6
Liberty 54, Riverside 0
Harrison 23, Eastchester 6
Ardsley 41, Irvington 21
Stepinac 35, Cardinal Hayes 18
Hastings 31, Valhalla 8
Albertus Magnus at Tappan Zee, 8 p.m
Croton-Harmon 40, Pleasantville 0: At Croton-Harmon, Jesse Mainiero scored two touchdowns, including a 58-yard interception return in the third quarter, and rushed for 109 yards. Matt Tralli rushed for 109 yards and scored a seven-yard touchdown. Stetson Bates had 92 receiving yards for the Panthers.
Sacred Heart 20, Harvey 6: At Harvey, D’Andre McPhatter rushed for 140 yards and three touchdowns. He dominated on defense with eight tackles, two fumble recoveries and a sack. Teammate Julio Silva rushed for 123 yards. Malik Garvin scored in the fourth quarter for the Cavaliers.
Pearl River 24, Port Chester 12: At Port Chester, Chris Spadaccini scored three touchdowns including a 35-yard interception return and a 60-yard punt return for the Pirates. Ryan Roman scored for the Rams in the first quarter. He threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Christian Nichols in the second quarter.
New Rochelle 28, Gorton 0: At Gorton, Jordan Lucas scored twice on a rushing touchdown and a 35-yard interception. Christopher Cargill and Cohl Saunders also scored rushing touchdowns.
Woodlands 24, Blind Brook 6: At Woodlands, Falcons quarterback Justin Riccio connected with Ivan Bozier on two touchdowns for a combined 80 yards. Tre Spaulding scored on a 50-yard touchdown run and on three two-point conversions. Joe Smith scored for the Trojans.
Byram Hills 41, Yonkers 6: At Byram Hills, Chris Esposito ran the ball seven times for 103 yards and scored twice. He also caught three passes for 39 yards. Nick Spacavento ran the ball twice for 41 yards and scored, caught two passes for 18 yards and had an interception for the Bobcats. Chris Schwuchow scored on a quarterback sneak for the Bulldogs.
Nanuet 18, Putnam Valley 0: At Nanuet, Kyle Hanney scored a 70-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. He also threw a 79-yard touchdown pass to John Brezovky in the second quarter.
Rye Country Day 6, Long Island Lutheran 0: At Rye Country Day, Sam Stern ran the ball 14 times for 112 yards and scored.
Beacon 34, Peekskill 6: At Beacon, Kevin Dandrade rushed for 69 yards and a touchdown for the Bulldogs, who rushed for a total of 238 yards in the game.
Spring Valley 36, Saunders 0: At Saunders, Daniel Chang rushed for 120 yards and two touchdowns for the Tigers. Shaquille Gould threw two touchdown passes, both to Andre Fils.
Hackley 55, Kingswood-Oxford 8: At Kingswood-Oxford, Adam Parker rushed three times for 102 yards, including 29- and 55-yard scoring runs, to help the Hornets race out to a 28-8 lead after one quarter. William Walker had a 52-yard kickoff return for a touchdown off an onside kick to start the second half, and Parker added another touchdown in the third quarter by running 11 yards with a punt he blocked. A.J. Wolf made 10 tackles for Hackley.
Bronxville 57, Lincoln Hall 0: At Lincoln Hall, Christian Conway rushed for 142 yards and scored two touchdowns. Dillon Mitchell rushed for 101 yards and scored two touchdowns.
Liberty 54, Riverside 0: At Liberty, Eddie Soto rushed for five touchdowns on six carries and returned a punt 60 yards for another.
Scarsdale 35, Lincoln 6: At Lincoln, Brian Bauersfeld passed for 138 yards and three touchdowns on four completions. Bauersfeld also rushed for 50 yards and a touchdown. Matt Wheeler had three receptions for 123 yards and two touchdowns.
Hastings 31, Valhalla 8: At Valhalla, Brandon Abrahante had three touchdowns, including a 35-yard catch in the first quarter. Dan Aigen also scored on Luca Cobucci’s second touchdown pass. Valhalla’s Dan Annunziata caught a 25-yard touchdown from Mark DeMilio.
Tuckahoe 40, Haldane 6: At Haldane, sophomore Shyheim Nixon, the younger brother of former Tuckahoe star Lowell Robinson, returned an interception 35 yards for a touchdown in his first game of the season. Jarett Sommer rushed four times for 78 yards and Gary Jennings scored on a 70-yard run.
Harrison 23, Eastchester 6: At Harrison, Tanner Knox rushed for 130 yards on 15 carries. He scored on a 45-yard run. Steve Ricciardi returned the opening kickoff of the second half 95 yards for a touchdown to break a 6-6 tie. In the fifth game of his career against Harrison, Eastchester QB Thomas DiCarlo completed 7 of 11 passes for 86 yards and rushed for 90 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries. Junior Rob Carinci returned after missing the first two games and had six carries for 32 yards. He suffered a torn ACL in the spring. Harrison played the game without three two-way starters. Michael Callari and Duke Alvora missed the game for their involvement in last Sunday’s brawl against Sleepy Hollow. Alex Acompora was recovering from an ankle injury that he suffered on Sunday.
Westlake 34, Kennedy 27: At Kennedy, Matt DeBiase rushed for 217 yards and three TDs for the Wildcats. Fabio Ricci and Mason Adams each caught a touchdown pass from John D’Onofrio. Ian DaCosta returned a kickoff for a 75-yard touchdown for Kennedy.
North Rockland 28, Suffern 0: At North Rockland, Jonathan McCoy rushed 20 times for 193 yards and three touchdowns, including a 91-yard touchdown run. North Rockland lost seniors Terrell Smith and Ryan Higgins to ankle injuries and played without Super 11 selection Darius Favors. Coach Joe Casarella said he expects Favors to miss the remainder of the season.
Roosevelt 20, Sleepy Hollow 0: At Sleepy Hollow, Thomas Boddie rushed for 105 yards and a touchdown. He had 83 of those yards in the second half. Alton Ritter threw a 50-yard TD pass to Dennis Sanchez. Roosevelt held Sleepy Hollow to just 107 total yards of offense.