First things first: White Plains at New Rochelle was pushed back a half hour tonight. They will kick off at 7.
I will be there to cover it as the Tigers try for their first win over the rival Huguenots since 2003. You can check out all the updates on Twitter @lohudinsider.
Rick Carpiniello will be at MacCalman Field as John Castellano returns to Nyack. As much as that is a motivation, Poughkeepsie, at 0-4, also desperately needs a win. You can catch Carp’s tweets @lohudcarp.
Nancy Haggerty will also be at Panas as the Panthers host Eastchester, which hopes to hang on to its slim playoff hopes while Panas looks to further solidify its credentials. You can follow along with Nancy @haggertynancy.
I’ll be sure to have final scores and recaps posted after the games tonight. Check back here later for much, much more.
Friday’s games —
Panas 21, Eastchester 7
New Rochelle 36, White Plains 26
Ketcham 33, Suffern 8
Mahopac 26, Clarkstown North 6
Brewster 38, Gorton 18
Lakeland 20, John Jay 6
Arlington 39, Mamaroneck 13
Nyack 26, Poughkeepsie 0
Albertus Magnus 50, Palisade Prep 14
Rye 40, Hen Hud 0
Ossining 38, Port Chester 6
New Rochelle 36, White Plains 26: At New Rochelle, the Huguenots beat White Plains for the 11th straight time in the 113th playing of their rivalry. New Rochelle now trails just 55-53-5 in the all-time series after winning 23 of the last 29 meetings.
Junior Jonathan Forrest rushed 25 times for 144 yards and four touchdowns, including all three after New Rochelle fell behind 26-14 late in the third quarter. The Huguenots scored twice in 14 seconds early in the fourth quarter to take a 29-26 lead. After Forrest cut it to a one-score game, Corey Holder and Demetrius Rodriguez sacked and stripped White Plains QB Cameron Crabbe and Rodriguez recovered at the 13. Forrest scored on the next play and later added another score.
Crabbe finished 14 for 31 for 295 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. The Tigers went ahead when a pass was tipped and floated to Will Ahern in stride. Ahern took it 58 yards for a score to give previously unbeaten White Plains a 26-14 lead.
Lakeland 20, John Jay 6: At John Jay, the Hornets handed the Indians their first defeat of the season. Jimmy Flaherty and Anthony Capozzi each rushed for a touchdown. With Lakeland leading 13-6 and less than two minutes to play, Greg Lenane intercepted a pass and returned it 67 yards for the final touchdown.
Flaherty scored on a 12-yard run to give Lakeland a 13-6 lead in the fourth quarter. John Jay had tied it in the third on a 15-yard run by quarterback Ryan Lee.
Ketcham 33, Suffern 8: At Suffern, Kevin Duke went 17 for 23 for 207 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for another score.
Ossining 38, Port Chester 6: At Ossining, Justin Davidov went 4 for 7 for 115 yards and two touchdowns and rushed six times for 57 yards and a TD. James Johnson caught a 62-yard touchdown from Davidov. Michael O’Connor and Solomon White also rushed for scores as Ossining built a 35-0 halftime lead.
Albertus Magnus 50, Palisade Prep 14: At Torne Valley Field in Hillburn, Luke Kern went 6 for 6 for 188 yards and three touchdowns. Corey Jean-Charles had eight carries for 123 yards and a TD. Joe Denise added four carries for 55 yards and caught a 60-yard TD as well.
Brewster 38, Gorton 18: At Brewster, Liam DaRos threw four touchdown passes, three to Kyle Catalano and one to Kyle Ricciardi. Frank Golinello returned an interception 25 yard for another Brewster score. The Bears led 20-0 at halftime. Gorton’s Ian Ricketts rushed for a pair of TDs.
Panas 21, Eastchester 7: At Panas, John Brophy helped open up a scoreless game at halftime. He rushed for 206 yards and a touchdown. Liam Hagens threw a pair of touchdowns (25, 20) to Tyler Mason, the last coming on fourth and 6 with 1:01 to play. Eastchester scored its lone touchdown with less than five minutes to ply on a 92-yard TD run by Anthony Gallucci that came after Panas fumbled at the Eagles’ 8.
Nyack 26, Poughkeepsie 0: At MacCalman Field in Nyack, Quamel Broadhurst had two interceptions and caught a touchdown from Jordan Mews, who threw for 141 yards. Adonis Alcime led Nyack with 144 yards on the ground. The Indians posted their third shutout of the season in John Castellano’s return to Nyack, where he coached 23 seasons and won 180 games, including two state and seven sectional titles.
Mahopac 26, Clarkstown North 6: At Clarkstown North, Ethan Ryan threw touchdown passes to Brendan Donahoe and Eric Giorno and rushed for a touchdown. He finished 4 for 7 for 54 yards, the two touchdowns and no interceptions. Shane Purdy blocked a punt and Eric Donahoe had an interception for Mahopac. Prior to the game, captains and coaches from both Clarkstown North and Clarkstown South presented a signed helmet to Mahopac senior T.J. Sacco, whose younger brother, Justin, an eighth grader at Mahopac, is recovering from a head injury. The elder Sacco wore his brother’s No. 42 for the game.