With testing going on this morning, basically all of today’s games have been pushed back to 3 p.m. starts at the earliest. Keep that in mind. (I have. By the time you’re reading this, I will hopefully have just split a fairway.)
I’m heading to North Rockland today for my first look at the Red Raiders. They will host Ramapo, and you can find updates on the game @lohudinsider.
Mike Dougherty will be at Yorktown-Greeley, which are both still alive for the Class A playoffs. Yorktown will honor its 1993-94 state champions. Mike will have the updates @hoopsmbd.
Dan DeFrancesco will be in the house for the return of the Orange Bowl between Tappan Zee and Pearl River. Follow along @lohud_defran.
Enjoy the football! I’ll have a whole lot more later.
Saturday’s games —
Lincoln 46, Yonkers 6
Carmel 27, Fox Lane 6
North Rockland 16, Ramapo 0
Haldane 39, Yonkers Montessori 8
Pleasantville 40, Westlake 21
Byram Hills 20, Pelham 0
Hackley 28, Eldred 21
Rye Country Day 21, Hopkins 7
Peekskill 24, Riverside 13
John Jay-East Fishkill 13, Clarkstown South 10
Tappan Zee 14, Pearl River 13
Christ the King 20, Kennedy 13
Yorktown 42, Horace Greeley 14
Harrison 47, Saunders 14
Sleepy Hollow 39, Beacon 26
Ardsley 28, Our Lady of Lourdes 22
Irvington 17, Croton-Harmon 13
Somers 27, Spring Valley 0
Scarsdale 37, Mount Vernon 12
Nanuet 45, Briarcliff/Hamilton 8
Bronxville 49, Pawling 6
Woodlands 38, Dobbs Ferry 21
Rye Neck 51, Valhalla 0
Edgemont 40, Early College 6
Tuckahoe 35, Blind Brook 14
Stepinac 28, Monsignor Farrell 7
St. Anthony’s 42, Iona Prep 21
Putnam Valley 20, Hastings 3
North Rockland 16, Ramapo 0: At North Rockland, the Red Raiders allowed 50 yards of offense, including just 10 in the second half. Eric Favors tackled Rojay McDonald for a safety late in the second quarter to give North Rockland a 2-0 lead. The Red Raiders then scored a pair of touchdowns in the fourth quarter. Nick Imperato hit Sam Finn on a six-yard score on the opening play of the quarter. Matt Caputo later added a rushing touchdown and finished with 104 yards on 23 carries. Finn and Daniel Hausman each had an interception and Hausman recovered a fumble. McDonald rushed for 32 yards on 13 carries and caught two passes for eight yards. Ramapo forced four turnovers, including a pair of second-half fumble inside its 30.
Haldane 39, Yonkers Montessori 8: At Haldane, Will Moss rushed for 114 yards and three touchdowns and had 38 yards receiving.
Pleasantville 40, Westlake 21: At Westlake, James Leyden had 4 1/2 sacks, recovered a fumble and returned an interception 25 yards for a score. Baylor Rosenbaum had three sacks and recovered a fumble. Greg Drillock returned an interception 27 yards for a TD, returned a punt 72 yards for another score and caught a third TD from Patrick Bathon. Enrico Ruotolo had 13 carries for 63 yards and two touchdowns.
Byram Hills 20, Pelham 0: At Byram Hills, Anthony Squillante had three of the Bobcats’ eight sacks. Matt DiCristofaro went 6 for 14 for 125 yards, three touchdowns and one interceptions. He threw two of the touchdowns to Perry Bakas. Byram posted its second straight shutout. (The Bobcats shut out Poughkeepsie last week.)
Hackley 28, Eldred 21: At Hackley, Ryan Walker went 9 for 12 for 140 yards and two touchdowns playing in place of injured quarterback Joe McDermott. Elijah Ngbokoli had six carries for 96 yards and two touchdowns to help Hackley take a 21-0 lead after one quarter.
Rye Country Day 21, Hopkins 7: At Rye Country Day, Christian Pankey had 27 carries for 183 yards and a touchdown. Tyler Miller rushed 15 times for 95 yards. James McPhail had two interceptions, made six tackles and caught a touchdown.
Peekskill 24, Riverside 13: At Roosevelt in Yonkers, Naim Mickens threw touchdowns of 50 yards to Laron Holt and 20 yards to Alex Melendez. Mickens also rushed for an 18-yard score.
John Jay-East Fishkill 13, Clarkstown South 10: At John Jay, Andrew Moesch kicked the winning field goal with 15 seconds remaining in the game.
Tappan Zee 14, Pearl River 13: At Pearl River, in the first Orange Bowl since 2010, Giuseppe Maddalena rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries and threw for 45 yards and a score to lift Tappan Zee from a 10-0 deficit. Pearl River built its lead on a 2-yard touchdown run by James Stephen just 1:26 into the game. Aidan Weir then added a pair of field goals, the first coming off a blocked punt midway through the second quarter. After Weir gave Pearl River a 13-7 lead, Maddalena hit Paul Holder on a 33-yard touchdown with 11:26 to play. Rory O’Riordan’s point after was the difference. The Pirates drove into Tappan Zee territory, but missed a 33-yard field goal with 12.9 seconds remaining.
Yorktown 42, Horace Greeley 14: At Yorktown, the ‘Huskers ran for 234 yards in Erik Meyreles’ return from injury. The senior two-way starter missed the last three games after suffering a broken foot in the season-opening win against Panas. He gave Yorktown an early lead on a 5-yard touchdown run with 37 seconds left in the first quarter. Meyreles later turned a Ryan Baker screen pass into another touchdown.
Harrison 47, Saunders 14: At Saunders, Jake Marino rushed for 151 yards and three TDs on just six carries and recovered a fumble on defense. Rashan Gilmore also rushed for a 22-yard score as the Huskies built a 41-0 halftime lead.
Sleepy Hollow 39, Beacon 26: At Beacon, Devin Lopez rushed 22 times for 251 yards and four touchdowns. He also went 8 for 14 passing for 101 yards and threw two TDs to Dan Chevere.
Ardsley 28, Our Lady of Lourdes 22: At Ardsley, George DiFiore scored two touchdowns and had two interceptions on defense. DiFiore intercepted Dean Rotiger on the first play after Lourdes recovered an onside kick with less than two minutes remaining. The Panthers ended Lourdes’ 11-game Section 1 winning streak. DiFiore’s clinching interception was tipped by senior lineman Dan Bach, who pressured Rotiger. This was just Bach’s second game of the season; he missed the first three with a fracture in his foot.
Irvington 17, Croton-Harmon 13: At Croton, Adam Kreiger forced a fumble and Anthony DiNardo recovered it in the end zone to give Irvington the lead in the fourth quarter. The TD occurred just one play after Croton had stopped Irvington on fourth-and-goal inside the 1. The Bulldogs later had a pick-six called back due to a penalty. They later burned the remaining clock in the fourth quarter after faking a field goal and picking up a first down.
Somers 27, Spring Valley 0: At Spring Valley, Erik Carnazza returned an interception for a touchdown and added another score on the ground.
Scarsdale 37, Mount Vernon 12: At Mount Vernon, Thomas Cooke caught two touchdown passes from Michael Rolfe, who also threw one to James Nicholas. Nicholas also rushed for a 26-yard score and Eric Berman scored from 22-yards out.
Nanuet 45, Briarcliff/Hamilton 8: At Nanuet, the Golden Knights compiled 380 yards rushing. Nick O’Connor led the way with 29 carries for 160 yards and two TDs. He also intercepted a pass on defense.
Bronxville 49, Pawling 6: At Pawling, Pat Bisconti had 25 carries for 175 yards and two touchdowns. Will Duncan went 5 for 9 for 55 yards and two TD passes.
Woodlands 38, Dobbs Ferry 21: At Woodlands, Tyrone Barber had 35 carries for 349 yards and four touchdowns. He also rushed for two two-point conversions, caught a two-point conversion and caught two passes for 28 yards and a touchdown. Kourtney Blanding had 12 tackles and recovered a fumble. Barber now has 1,086 yards rushing and 16 touchdowns in five games.
Rye Neck 51, Valhalla 0: At Rye Neck, Pedro M. Cueto had 101 yards rushing and two TDs on just three carries, including a 65-yard touchdown. Nine different ball carriers combined for 292 yards rushing on just 28 carries. Jakob Calvini caught a TD from Tom Pipolo and rushed for another.
Edgemont 40, Early College 6: At Edgemont, the Panthers piled up 356 yards rushing, led by 85 yards and a TD by Chris Kim, who also returned a fumble recovery for a score. JP Sayegh, Steven Weiss, Corey Cooper and Noah Whittle each rushed for a touchdown.
Stepinac 28, Monsignor Farrell 7: At Farrell, Brandon Coleman had 18 carries for 127 yards and went 8 for 15 for 90 yards, a touchdown and an interception. Jerry Thompson caught the TD and Malcolm Major rushed for a pair. Major finished with 69 yards on 20 carries. Stepinac forced five fumbles and recovered four. (Information courtesy of SI Live.)
St. Anthony’s 42, Iona Prep 21: At St. Anthony’s, Jordan Gowins rushed for three touchdowns to lead St. Anthony’s to a 35-0 lead just three minutes into the third quarter. Nick Kryza and Lyle Bennett rushed for Iona Prep touchdowns. (Information courtesy of Dylan Butler.)
Putnam Valley 20, Hastings 3: At Putnam Valley, Brett Trodden returned the opening kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown. Jelani Bell-Isaac caught a 30-yard TD from Zach Nolan. Richard Goods ran 25 yards for another score. Tommy O’Sullivan, who had three interceptions last week, added two more picks.