We were supposed to have some football today, but not this much. Mother Nature is cruel and had other ideas, so let’s enjoy it.
I’m heading to two games today. I’ll start at Pleasantville-Putnam Valley and follow up with Rye-Somers. You can catch updates from both of those games @lohudinsider. My colleague, Brian Heyman, will have updates from the big Class AA game of the day, Mahopac-New Ro, @bheyman99. Then, at night, there is a very good game between rivals, as John Jay travels to Yorktown in a rematch of (I believe) the highest scoring game all last season. Nancy Haggerty will be at Yorktown, and you can read her tweets @haggertynancy.
Of course, there’s plenty more today, so please leave us your scores and reactions if you’re on the football trail today. Check back later for final scores and recaps.
Sunday’s games —
Lincoln 26, Pelham 23 (OT)
Blind Brook 14, Yonkers Montessori 12
Clarkstown North 20, Mount Vernon 6
Pleasantville 13, Putnam Valley 7
Nanuet 21, Croton-Harmon 0
Dobbs Ferry 27, Albertus Magnus 14
Our Lady of Lourdes 26, Irvington 3
New Rochelle 21, Mahopac 14
Woodlands 33, Haldane 8
Arlington 28, Fox Lane 6
Nyack 13, Byram Hills 0
John Jay-East Fishkill 28, Carmel 7
Harrison 42, Pearl River 21
Rye 20, Somers 13
St. Peter’s 25, Kennedy 6
John Jay 37, Yorktown 20
Hastings 20, Valhalla 8
Tappan Zee 28, Horace Greeley 13
Blind Brook 14, Yonkers Montessori 12: At Blind Brook, David Oppizzi had 154 yards of offense and Ryan Schaenman went 11 for 18 for 112 yards and rushed for a touchdown. Chris Artabane rushed for 60 yards, including Blind Brook’s other TD. George Figueroa ran for a 12-yard score and threw another 22 yards to Wulken Mercado.
Clarkstown North 20, Mount Vernon 6: At Clarkstown North, Matt McMullin rushed 23 times for 115 yards and a touchdown and an interception on defense. Liam Donegan had three interceptions. Christian Lugo added 63 yards on the ground, and Steven Haber and Jack Abrams each chipped in rushing TDs. The Rams ran for 298 yards.
Pleasantville 13, Putnam Valley 7: At Putnam Valley, Enrico Ruotolo had 21 carries for 97 yards and a 1-yard touchdown run in the third quarter that gave the Panthers the lead for good. Anthony Godino went 5 for 7 for 97 yards, including a 19-yard touchdown to Austin Greto, who caught three passes for 77 yards and recovered a fumble on defense. Putnam Valley’s Zach Nolan threw a 51-yard touchdown to Dean D’Alessio midway through the second quarter to tie the score 7-7.
Nanuet 21, Croton-Harmon 0: At Croton, Connor Breit and Greg Tavani rushed for touchdowns and Ryan Hanney passed for 69 yards, including a TD to Brendan McKeever. Hanney also rushed for a team-high 66 yards on 12 carries.
Dobbs Ferry 27, Albertus Magnus 14: At Gould Park in Dobbs Ferry, Tim Soave rushed for 250 yards and three touchdowns. Chris Addorisio added 80 yards and a TD on the ground, and had a team-high 11 tackles. Isaac Orkin and Danny Foresti each had an interception.
Our Lady of Lourdes 26, Irvington 3: At Irvington, Max Kandler kicked a field goal as time expired at halftime for the Bulldogs’ only points. Dean Rotiger threw a pair of touchdown passes for Lourdes.
New Rochelle 21, Mahopac 14: At New Rochelle, Jonathan Forrest had 25 carries for 160 yards and three touchdowns, the last with just over a minute to play to break a 14-14 tie. (Game story to follow…)
Woodlands 33, Haldane 8: At Haldane, Tyrone Barber had 15 carries for 156 yards and three touchdowns and Myles Thigpen had 18 carries for 101 yards and a score. Thigpen also threw a 29-yard touchdown to Jonathan Stewart and had an interception on defense. Barber also had an interception. Kourtney Blanding led the defense with eight tackles.
Arlington 28, Fox Lane 6: At Fox Lane, Ketcham transfer DeAndre Jones ran for touchdowns of 12 and 8 yards and Austin Greene had a 20-yard score. Brandon Tobin went 5 for 5 on the opening drive, including a 30-yard TD pass to Jason Harrand. Jeff Cohen recovered a fumble for the Admirals to set up Jones’ second touchdown.
Nyack 13, Byram Hills 0: At Byram Hills, Jordan Mews threw an 85-yard touchdown to sophomore Ralph Cruz midway through the fourth quarter to break a scoreless tie. The play came after a long gain to a different receiver was wiped out because of offensive pass interference. Mews and Cruz connected on the same pass play on a third-and-long at the Nyack 15 following a timeout. Byram, which was led by Connor Morley’s 121 yards rushing on 29 carries, drove deep into Nyack territory on its final drive. A pass toward the end zone was intercepted by Quamel Broadhurst, who returned it 94 yards for a score on the game’s final play. … Mews finished 7 for 11 for 185 yards, a TD and an INT. Jahnai Henry caught three passes for 71 yards. Adonis Alcime had five carries for 14 yards before suffering a concussion on the opening kickoff of the second half. He did not return.
John Jay-East Fishkill 28, Carmel 7: At John Jay, Jared Sanchez scored on touchdown runs of 28 and 2 yards for the Patriots. Ryan Schumacher threw a 23-yard TD to Dimitrios Tsesmetzis. Joe Rodriguez threw a touchdown to Colton Anderson for Carmel’s only points.
Harrison 42, Pearl River 21: At Pearl River, Jake Marino ran 17 times for 185 yards and three touchdowns. Quarterback Brendan Pyne threw for a pair of scores—80 yards to Daniel Quinn and 16 yards to Hunter Sable. Pearl River’s Chris Van Houten went 12 for 32 for 214 yards, a TD and an INT. Rob Gullo had 13 carries for 67 yards and a score and caught four passes for 61 yards.
Rye 20, Somers 13: At Somers, Andrew Livingston went 10 for 22 for 183 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. He threw touchdowns of 30 and 17 yards to Chris Santangelo in the second half, the second of them on fourth-and-3 at the Somers 17 with Rye trailing 13-12 midway through the fourth quarter. Santangelo caught five passes for 77 yards and recovered a Somers fumble on defense. Conor Murphy also had 23 carries for 114 yards; he picked up a pair of first downs to burn the rest of the clock after Tim DeGraw recovered a Somers fumble. Tim Fazzinga rushed for 83 yards and Matt Morgante added 81. Joe Spor and Erik Carnazza each rushed for touchdowns. (Game story to follow…)
John Jay 37, Yorktown 20: At John Jay, Ryan Lee rushed for a pair of touchdowns, one a 50-yarder on a fake punt. Sophomore Hunter Keech added a pair of rushing scores for the Indians. Yorktown played without senior star Eric Meyreles, who suffered a broken right foot in Week 1 against Panas. (Game story to follow…)