For a seven-game slate, tonight’s a good one.
I’ll have updates from White Plains at Mahopac (@lohudinsider), Brian Heyman (@bheyman99) will have Tappan Zee at Harrison covered, and Nancy Haggerty (@haggertynancy) will attend North Rockland at Carmel.
Check back later for scores, recaps and more.
Friday’s games —
White Plains 29, Mahopac 27
Harrison 21, Tappan Zee 0
Ramapo 12, Mamaroneck 0
North Rockland 23, Carmel 7
Panas 28, Pearl River 14
Spring Valley 38, Hen Hud 14
Tuckahoe 42, Albertus Magnus 20
White Plains 29, Mahopac 27: At Mahopac, White Plains rallied from a 21-0 halftime deficit to win, authoring the biggest comeback in the history of the program, which dates to 1897. Cameron Crabbe threw a pair of touchdowns to Marshon Morris in the final 3:19 to cap the comeback. The second was 17-yard pass caught in the end zone by Morris, who jumped over a Mahopac defender to make the catch. Crabbe connected on a 71-yard strike to Morris to cut the deficit to 27-21.
Crabbe finished with 118 yards passing and rushed for another 70, including 11 to set up the tying touchdown. Chris Jordan, who rushed for 73 yards and a pair of scores, broke the tie with a two-point conversion run after a pair of Mahopac penalties wiped out one extra-point kick and moved the ball to the 1. (Read more later in my game story…)
Spring Valley 38, Hen Hud 14: At Hen Hud, Gabriel Lourenco rushed for over 100 yards and scored two touchdowns and Marquis Marchie, Mike Palma and Justin Sapini each rushed for touchdowns, including Sapini’s 70-yarder.
Tuckahoe 42, Albertus Magnus 20: At Torne Valley Field in Hillburn, Enoch Penney Laryea had 15 carries for 120 yards and a touchdown. Michael Castracucco returned an interception 81 yards for a score and threw a 50-yard touchdown to Justin Sachinelli. Anthony Castracucco returned a kickoff 77 yards for a score as well. Daryl Taylor rushed for 85 yards on 10 carries.
Panas 28, Pearl River 14: At Panas, the Panas defense had six interceptions to help the Panthers earn a 21-0 halftime lead. Pearl River quarterback Chris Van Houten also threw for 76 yards and two touchdowns, one to Rob Gullo and another to Aidan Weir, which cut Panas’ lead to 21-14 with nine minutes remaining. Jimmy Linnane led the Pearl River defense with 11 tackles.
Harrison 21, Tappan Zee 0: At Harrison, the Husky defense, which had allowed 45 points in its first two games, held Tappan zee to just 103 total yards in the shutout. Senior Jake Marino ran 11 times for 125 yards and a touchdown. Sophomore QB Brendan Pyne added 91 yards on the ground and threw for a score to Rashan Gilmore. Gilmore also rushed for a TD and had an interception on defense. (Read more later in Brian’s game story…)
North Rockland 23, Carmel 7: At Carmel, Nick Imperato threw for a touchdown and rushed for another. He threw the TD to Derrick Brooks, who helped set up an earlier touchdown by Matt Caputo when he intercepted a pass and returned it 36 yards to the Carmel 4. The Rams led 7-0 early after Joe Rodriguez threw a 7-yard TD to Ray Dorritie. (Read more later in Nancy’s game story…)
Ramapo 12, Mamaroneck 0: At Mamaroneck, Rojay McDonald rushed for a pair of touchdowns for the Gryphons, who played with just three days between games after rally to win their suspended game with Clarkstown South on Monday. Their defense had its first shutout of the season, but has now held opponents to just 28 points in three games.