As you know, Croton-Lourdes was moved to today at 4:30 at Overlook Park. Peekskill and Port Chester was moved to Putnam Valley High School at 2:30.
Dobbs and Tuckahoe and Croton and Lourdes are the last games this week between unbeatens. We’ll have coverage of both and more.
You can follow me @LoHudInsider for Dobbs-Tuckahoe updates. I’ll also be out at Ardsley-Irvington tonight. @LoHudCarp will be at Carmel-Clarkstown North and Adam Berger is the guy to follow for Croton-Lourdes @LoHudBerger.
As always, please send updates to me on Twitter @LoHudInsider or leave them at the bottom of this post. Enjoy the football!
Saturday’s games -
Tuckahoe 38, Dobbs Ferry 14
Pleasantville 7, Nanuet 6
Clarkstown North 41, Carmel 0
Bronxville 20, Haldane 14
Woodlands 38, Hastings 19
Putnam Valley 44, Edgemont 30
Rye Neck 59, Yonkers Montessori 0
Blind Brook 43, Palisade Prep 26
Spring Valley 22, Byram Hills 8
John Jay-East Fishkill 27, White Plains 20
Hen Hud 54, Riverside 8
Westlake 43, Kennedy 0
Pawling 30, Albertus Magnus 28 (OT)
Sleepy Hollow 43, John Jay 36
Scarsdale 41, Lincoln 0
Hackley 56, Fieldston 14
Beacon 21, Pearl River 14
Our Lady of Lourdes 27, Croton-Harmon 0
Port Chester 26, Peekskill 14
Suffern 16, Mount Vernon 14
Rye Country Day 42, Roosevelt 8
Irvington 31, Ardsley 28
Tuckahoe 38, Dobbs Ferry 14: At Tuckahoe, Nick Reisman rushed for 211 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries to help the Tigers remain undefeated. They beat Dobbs Ferry for the second time in three years and snapped the Eagles’ Section 1-best 14-game winning streak.
Tuckahoe outgained Dobbs 445-263, which included 333 yards on the ground. Shyheim Nixon added 74 yards and a touchdown and Michael Castracucco threw for 109 yards and two scores, connecting with Daryl Taylor and John Paulino. Taylor also had an interception for the Tigers’ defense, which limited Dobbs’ Tim Soave to 101 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries.
Soave scored to cut the Eagles’ deficit to 22-14 in the third quarter. They regained possession after an interception by Frank Donaj, but Tuckahoe made a defensive stand in its own territory. Kayvon Reid stopped Anthony Cialini behind the line of scrimmage on fourth and 3. Reisman scored on a 52-yard run just two plays later.
Irvington 31, Ardsley 28: At Irvington, Josh Grobenstein scored on a 10-yard run with 2:20 remaining and Shoran Tamura intercepted Carlos Monserrate two plays later to seal the Bulldogs’ first victory. Tamura had set up the Grobenstein touchdown with a 42-yard run. He finished the night 3 for 3 for 114 yards and a touchdown passing; had eight carries for 123 yards; and caught four passes for 20 yards and a touchdown.
George DiFiore rushed for 143 yards and two touchdowns on just 14 carries. His 13-yard run gave Ardsley a 28-23 lead with just under four minutes remaining. The Panthers rallied back behind DiFiore and Monserrate, who finished 12 for 26 for 134 yards and two touchdowns. Gabe Kardish caught six passes for 55 yards and Garrett Peterson caught four for 32, including a touchdown catch that gave Ardsley a 21-17 lead early in the fourth. Irvington had scored 17 unanswered points to lead 17-6.
Sleepy Hollow 43, John Jay 36: At Sleepy Hollow, Dominic Onwe rushed for 221 yards in what Sleepy Hollow coach Steve Borys called “the game of his life” as the Headless Horsemen upset visiting John Jay 43-36 Saturday.
Onwe, a junior, rushed for a 70-yard score to give the Headless Horsemen a three-touchdown cushion.
“He’s an unbelievable kid,” Borys said. “The other day, he leaves practice early to try out for jazz band, makes it, and then has a day like today.”
Borys added: “He’s one of the best people I’ve ever met in my life.”
Sleepy Hollow’s Devin Lopez threw for 172 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 112 yards and two more scores.
“This was the mother of all shootouts,” Borys said. “I’ve never been in a game like that before in my life. It was one of the best high school games I’ve ever seen.”
Hackley 56, Fieldston 14: At Hackley, Mustafaa Dais scored twice, once on an 85-yard kickoff return, for the Hornets. Joe McDermott and Elijah Ngbokoli also had two touchdowns each for Hackley. Ngbokoli’s second TD came on a 61-yard run.
Pleasantville 7, Nanuet 6: At Pleasantville, the Panthers’ Anthony Godino rushed for a 26-yard touchdown in the second quarter. Nick Greto and Cam Burns each had a fumble recovery and a sack for Pleasantville.
Panas 42, Yonkers 6: At Yonkers, Michael Zingaro had an interception. Jimmy Jackson had a 72-yard kick return. John Brophy and David Tiru both had rushing touchdowns.
Port Chester 26, Peekskill 14: At Putnamn Valley, Kyle Drummond and Jason Ippolito scored two touchdowns each for the Rams. Miguel Diaz added a 3-yard touchdown run to make it 20-14 with 6:32 remaining. Ramon Searight rushed for 107 yards on 13 carries.
Westlake 42, Kennedy 0: At Kennedy, Dan Bassi rushed 150 yards and four tourchdowns on 18 carries. Mike Ragusa threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Rich Maio.
Rye Neck 59, Yonkers Montessori Academy 0: At Rye Neck, Ryan Morningstar had a 75-yard touchdown run, and Pedro Cueto had a 65-yard touchdown run. Jakob Calvini had two rushing touchdowns.
Scarsdale 41, Lincoln 0: At Scarsdale, Andy Verboys Jr. completed eight of 15 passes for 164 yards and a touchdown and rushed for two more scores. Patrick Clarke caught two passes for 72 yards and a touchdown. John Cappello added 103 yards on 10 rushes.
Hen Hud 54, Riverside 8: At Riverside, Hen Hud’s Brandon Porro had a rushing and receiving touchdown and had 50 yards on six carries. Porro also blocked a punt in the end zone for a score.
Blind Brook 43, Palisade Prep 26: At Blind Brook, Brandon Tate rushed 10 times for 205 yards and three touchdowns, while passing for another score in the loss for Palisade Prep. One of Tate’s scoring carries went for 81 yards.
Woodlands 38, Hastings 19: At Hastings, Justin Riccio completed 11 of 15 passes for 270 yards and a touchdown for Woodlands. Dylan Eddy added three catches for 143 yards and a touchdown. Tyrone Barber rushed 10 times for 79 yards and a touchdown for the Falcons.
Rye Country Day 42, Roosevelt 8: At Roosevelt, Raishaun McGhee completed 3 of 4 passes for 96 yards and two touchdowns for the Wildcats. Tyler Fernandez contributed a 51-yard touchdown catch and a 16-yard touchdown run.
Putnam Valley 44, Edgemont 30: At Edgemont, Mike Walsh ran the ball for 118 yards and scored four touchdowns for the Tigers.
Clarkstown North 41, Carmel 0: At Carmel, Matt McMullin rushed for 99 yards on just nine carries, scored on touchdown runs of 53 and 12 yards and caught a 51-yard pass from quarterback Frank Regalbuto, whose only other completion was a 48-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Termine.
Regalbuto also scored on a 34-yard run. Billy DeLay added 89 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries and completed an option pass for 25 more. Eddie Ruckel recovered an early fumble and DeLay scored from 11 yards out. Then McMillan caught a 51-yarder and finished off the drive with a 12-yard run, and followed that with a 53-yarder for a 21-0 lead after Carmel failed to convert a fourth-and-long. With 29 seconds left in the first half, Termine caught a short pass and broke away down the right sideline to make it 27-0.
Regalbuto scored late in the third, and Liam Donagan returned an interception 22 yards for the final touchdown in the fourth. North’s defense made it a long day for freshman Carmel quarterback Joe Rodriguez (8-for-17, 79 yards) and running back Anthony Bria (11 rushes for 29 yards).
Suffern 16, Mount Vernon 14: At Mount Vernon, Jason Lorvillion returned a fumble 40 yards for a touchdown. Lorvillion also caught a five-yard pass from Chris Gragnani for a touchdown. Lamont Albert had a 27-yard rush for a touchdown for the Knights.
Spring Valley 22, Byram Hills 8: At Spring Valley, Midnet Cantave returned an interception 76 yards for a touchdown. Miles Cash had a 75-yard touchdown run. Chris Forest had 16-yard rush for a touchdown. Connor Morley had 26 carries for 140 yards and Brady Condron had four tackles for loss for Byram.