If today is anything like last night, we’ll be in for a treat. Friday was perhaps the best day of the season to date, with so many games decided in the final minutes. Today’s schedule includes two more games between 3-0 teams: White Plains at Ketcham and Bronxville at Dobbs Ferry. I’m headed to the latter in the afternoon and will then hit Briarcliff/Hamilton at Pleasantville in the evening. You can find updates on those games and more @lohudinsider.
Rick Carpiniello will be at New Rochelle as the Huguenots try to bounce back from last week’s loss to Scarsdale when they host Clarkstown North. Carp’s updates can be found @lohudcarp.
Check back tonight for more scores and game recaps. Enjoy the football!
Saturday’s games —
Horace Greeley 21, Harrison 15
White Plains 38, Ketcham 37
Spring Valley 41, Pelham 7
Woodlands 28, Tuckahoe 21
Scarsdale 29, Suffern 0
New Rochelle 41, Clarkstown North 0
North Rockland 21, Arlington 13
Dobbs Ferry 28, Bronxville 21
Pawling 23, Haldane 12
Irvington 43, Early College 0
Beacon 35, Gorton 0
Pearl River 43, Peekskill 0
Port Chester 7, Lincoln 6
Byram Hills 13, Poughkeepsie 0
Iona Prep 38, Xavier 14
Rye Neck 51, Blind Brook 0
Hackley 42, Riverdale 13
Yonkers Montessori 35, Taconic (Mass.) 22
Ardsley 34, Croton-Harmon 14
Hastings 37, Palisade Prep 22
John Jay 41, Saunders 6
Riverside 43, Yonkers 0
Fox Lane 14, Mamaroneck 0
Pleasantville 35, Briarcliff/Hamilton 6
Stepinac 42, St. John the Baptist 7
Horace Greeley 21, Harrison 15: At Horace Greeley, Cameron Ciero threw touchdowns to Dean Marrazzo and Brandon Okun. He also rushed for the go-ahead touchdown just 49 seconds into the second half. Harrison scored both of its touchdowns in the second quarter. Brendan Pyne threw one touchdown and Rashan Gilmore rushed for the other. Greeley’s Connor Schinderman tackled Harrison’s Jake Marino short of the first down on fourth and four in Greeley territory with less than five minutes remaining. The Quakers burned the remaining clock to seal the win.
White Plains 38, Ketcham 37: At Ketcham, White Plains rallied from a two touchdown deficit in the fourth quarter for the second straight week. Quarterback Cameron Crabbe scored on a four-yard run with 22.1 seconds remaining to pull the Tigers within a point. Crabbe then connected with Lukas Repetti for the winning two-point conversion. He finished 15 for 26 for 202 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 141 yards and a scored on 21 carries. Ketcham built a 37-22 lead behind QB Kevin Duke, who threw for a TD and rushed for another. (Information from the Poughkeepsie Journal.)
Woodlands 28, Tuckahoe 21: At Tuckahoe, Tyrone Barber rushed for 203 yards and three touchdowns on 28 carries. Myles Thigpen went 11 for 17 for 137 yards and threw a TD pass to DaDa Beechum. Kourtney Blanding led the Woodlands defense with 16 tackles.
Scarsdale 29, Suffern 0: At Scarsdale, Thomas Cook caught two passes for 95 yards. Both went for touchdowns. Michael Rolfe threw for 44 yards and a pair of scores starting in place of injured quarterback Giancarlo Gugini. Jess Leone rushed for 45 yards and a TD on just four carries for Scarsdale.
New Rochelle 41, Clarkstown North 0: At New Rochelle, Corey Holder had three first-half sacks and Tajmir Anderson returned a punt 76 yards for a score for the Huguenots. Teammate Nas Sinkfeld-Shelton had 112 yards rushing and passing and threw a touchdown pass to Demetrius Rodriguez.
North Rockland 21, Arlington 13: At North Rockland, Mike Caputo had 150 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Red Raiders. Mike Earlington led the defense with eight tackles, including two sacks. Arlington scored both touchdowns on short field after North Rockland failed to execute punts. Brandon Tobin wen 17 for 26 for 173 yards, a touchdown and an interception. He also rushed 16 times for 37 yards.
Dobbs Ferry 28, Bronxville 21: At Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry running backs Jabril Kapadia and Tim Soave each rushed for over 100 yards. Kapadia scored a touchdown and Soave added two for the Eagles, who built a 28-14 halftime lead. That came thanks, in part, to Chris Addorisio’s interception in the end zone that occurred after a punt was downed at the Bronxville 1. QB Will Duncan was pressured in the end zone and his effort to avoid a safety was caught by Addorisio for a touchdown.
Irvington 43, Early College 0: At Early College, Nick D’Arrigo, Andrew Brennan, Victor Rodriguez and Gabe Rosenblum each rushed for a touchdown as Irvington totaled 267 yards rushing on just 23 carries. Brennan also went 3 for 6 for 95 yards, including a 75-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Wassman. Mitch Toolan also returned an interception 32 yards for a score.
Pearl River 43, Peekskill 0: At Pearl River, Pat Metcalfe returned a kick 75 yards for a touchdown and Jimmy Linnane returned a fumble recovery 26 yards for another score. On offense, Rob Gullo caught a TD and rushed for another. Chris Van Houten went 4 for 4 for 55 yards and two touchdowns, hitting Aidan Wiert for the other score.
Byram Hills 13, Poughkeepsie 0: At Byram, the Bobcats shut out Poughkeepsie and scored all 13 of their points in the second quarter. Jerry Friedman kicked field goals of 29 and 21 yards and Connor Morley punched in a 1-yard touchdown run.
Iona Prep 38, Xavier 14: At Iona Prep, Stephon Smith rushed for touchdowns of 24 and 64 yards and Taj Marable rushed for TDs of 54 and 39 yards. Eric DeSalvo blocked a punt and John Boutureira had an interception.
Rye Neck 51, Blind Brook 0: At Blind Brook, Ryan Morningstar rushed for 206 yards and three touchdowns on just five carries, one of which went 92 yards for a score. He also returned a punt 63 yards for a touchdown. Jakob Calvini had 10 carries for 156 yards and a TD and had 10 tackles and four sacks on defense.
Hackley 42, Riverdale 13: At Riverdale, backup QB Ryan Walker went 10 for 13 for 144 yards and two touchdowns for Hackley. Mustafaa Dais caught four passes for 62 yards and three touchdowns. Ilan Gressel had six carries for 81 yards and a score.
Yonkers Montessori 35, Taconic (Mass.) 22: At Taconic, Wulken Mercado returned a kickoff 85 yards for a score. Robert Atkins caught touchdowns of 35 and 40 yards from George Figueroa, who also ran for a 40-yard score.
Ardsley 34, Croton-Harmon 14: At Ardsley, Joe Deguardia went 9 for 12 for 140 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 26 yards and three touchdowns on just five carries. Dylan Resk caught four passes for 84 yards and a score. Brendan McNerney had four sacks for the Ardsley defense.
John Jay 41, Saunders 6: At Saunders, Ryan Lee went 4 for 5 for 81 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. He also rushed for 48 yards on just two carries. Danny Skluth scored on a kickoff return and Sloan Madoff returned an interception for a score.
Pleasantville 35, Briarcliff/Hamilton 6: At Parkway Field in Pleasantville, Enrico Ruotolo had 23 carries for 144 yards and a TD. Greg Drillock, Josh Della Puca and Jack Browne each intercepted a pass for the Pleasantville defense, which held Briarcliff/Hamilton scoreless and to just 51 yards of offense until the second team allowed a TD on the final drive of the game. Patrick Bathon finished 6 for 11 for 100 yards and three touchdown passes starting in place of injured QB Anthony Godino (concussion).
Stepinac 42, St. John the Baptist 7 At St. John the Baptist Sunday, Michael Carlucci forced a fumble on a sack late in the first half and Osaze Perry-Porter returned it 46 yards for a key touchdown to give the Crusaders a 21-7 lead. Perry-Porter also caught a 50-yard touchdown in the first quarter. After his fumble return, Stepinac added 21 points in the fourth quarter, including touchdown runs of 43 and 55 yards by Malcolm Major, who rushed for 156 yards on 14 carries. Brandon Coleman finished 14 for 22 for 156 yards and two touchdowns.