OK, folks, I’m back to work today and what a day to do it.
There are plenty of good games on the horizon today. I’m taking in a doubleheader: Rye-Harrison and Stepinac-Monroe-Woodbury. You can find my updates @lohudinsider. Mike Dougherty (@hoopsmbd) will be at Nyack-Sleepy Hollow, and Vince Mercogliano (@vzmercogliano) will have New Rochelle and Ramapo.
Rye 24, Harrison 13
Valhalla 18, Pawling 14
Pelham 35, Hen Hud 13
New Rochelle 34, Ramapo 6
Beacon 22, Pearl River 19
Pleasantville 28, Albertus Magnus 6
Irvington 47, Hastings 0
Westlake 14, Croton-Harmon 7
Bronxville 26, Dobbs Ferry 7
Haldane 38, Yonkers Montessori 10
Lincoln 34, Riverside 0
Sleepy Hollow 18, Nyack 14
Clarkstown North 24, Port Chester 0
Tuckahoe 29, Blind Brook 6
Scarsdale 28, North Rockland 15
Stepinac 28, Monroe-Woodbury 10
Panas 20, Byram Hills 14
Rye Neck 34, Woodlands 0
Lourdes 21, Rye Country Day 14
Peekskill 36, Roosevelt 16
Gorton 50, Saunders 19
Horace Greeley 35, Mount Vernon 16
Palisade Prep 39, Yonkers 0
Ardsley 47, Briarcliff/Hamilton 8
White Plains 14, Ketcham 13
Rye 24, Harrison 13: Andrew Livingston finished 13 for 18 for 161 yards and rushed 23 times for 79 yards and a TD. He also kicked a FG to give Rye a 17-7 halftime lead. Drew Abate caught six passes for 68 yards and Cartier Johnson rushed for a pair of scores. Tim DeGraw had an interception to set up Johnson’s first TD run, which gave Rye an early 14-0 lead.
Rye still trails in the all-time series, 42-39-3, but has won 11 of its last 12 against Harrison.
Rashan Gilmore led Harrison with 68 yards and a TD on 11 carries. Charlie Dragone added 43 yards on the ground.
Stepinac 28, Monroe-Woodbury 10: The Stepinac defense limited Monroe-Woodbury to just 3 rushing yards for the game. The Crusaders allowed -5 yards of offense in the first half as they built a 21-3 lead against last year’s Class AA state runner-up. Brandon Coleman rushed for 98 yards and two scores and Daniel Negron added another TD, his third of the season. Monroe’s star back Cole Gennett was limited to four carries after missing practice all week because of an illness.
Scarsdale 28, North Rockland 15: James Nicholas caught a pair of first-quarter touchdown passes from Giancarlo Cugini, and returned a kickoff for another, leading Scarsdale to a 28-15 win over visiting North Rockland.
Rye Neck 34, Woodlands 0: Jake Sevean and Dom Brescia each got into the end zone twice in Rye Neck’s 34-0 win over visiting Woodlands. It was a rematch of last year’s Class C title game. Brescia had 13 carries for 71 yards and Sevean had five carries for 86 yards and scored one of his touchdowns on a kickoff return. Dan Gottlieb went 3 for 7 for 102 yards passing.
Pleasantville 28, Albertus Magnus 6: Brandon Castro had 57 yards and two TDs on eight carries, helping Pleasantville to a 28-6 win at Albertus Magnus. Jack Browne added 12 carries for 75 yards and a TD. Thomas Marrone had three sacks of the 10 sacks for the Panthers. Baylor Rosenbaum had two sacks and also forced and recovered a fumble.
Lourdes 21, Rye Country Day 14: Jared Jones ran 19 and 85 yards for touchdowns in Rye Country Day’s 21-14 loss to visiting Lourdes. The Wildcats were three yards away from the end zone when time expired.
Panas 20, Byram Hills 14: Justin Lee capped another Panas comeback when he scored with eight seconds remaining in a 20-14 win at Byram Hills. The Panthers scored 20 unanswered points.
Haldane 38, Yonkers Montessori 10: Matt Balducci had 24 carries for 201 yards and three TDs in Haldane’ 38-10 win over visiting Yonkers Montessori. He also returned a kickoff for a TD and made five tackles. Ryan Koval led Haldane with eight tackles. Tyler Giachinta went 7 for 10 for 71 yards, including a TD pass to Ryan McCollum. It was the first victory for the Blue Devils new coach Ryan McConville.
Tuckahoe 29, Blind Brook 6: Anthony Castracucco had 22 carries for 166 yards and three TDs in Tuckahoe’s 29-6 win at Blind Brook. Enoch Penny-Laryea had 18 carries for 124 yards. He also returned a kickoff 60 yards for a touchdown.
Clarkstown North 24, Port Chester 0: Michael Porco had 132 yards and two scores on nine carries, leading Clarkstown North to a 24-0 win at Port Chester. Paulie Termine had a 24-yard TD run. Teo Delellis kicked a 34-yard FG and went 3 for 3 on extra points.
Ardsley 47, Briarcliff/Hamilton 8: Adonis Carrasco had 13 carries for 287 yards and the three touchdowns for Ardsley in a 47-8 win at Briarcliff/Hamilton.
Horace Greeley 35, Mount Vernon 16: Cameron Ciero ran for three TDs and threw for another to Connor Schinderman in Greeley’s 35-16 win at Mount Vernon.
Pelham 35, Edgemont 13: Ray Miller and Brady Tuttle each ran for two touchdowns in Pelham’s 35-13 win at Edgemont.
Beacon 22, Pearl River 19: Tommy Kinnally threw for a pair of TDs, but Pearl River lost 22-19 at home against Beacon.
Valhalla 18, Pawling 14: Dan Best scored two touchdowns in Valhalla’s 18-14 win at Pawling. It was Steve Boyer’s first win in his return as a head coach.
John Jay 41, Brewster 20: Hunter Keech caught a 28-yard pass from Ryan Lee for a touchdown, returned an interception 43 yards for a second, and ran 29 yards for a third in John Jay’s 41-20 win at Brewster late Friday. Bears quarterback Matt Catalano threw a pair of TD passes to Matt Gargano.
Gorton 50, Saunders 19: Ian Ricketts Jr. had 13 carries for 144 yards and a touchdown in Gorton’s 50-19 victory. Malek Jones added 131 yards and two TDs on 12 carries, and Roamrch Smith and Tamell Robinson each added a pair of rushing scores.
Lincoln 34, Riverside 0: The Lincoln defense forced seven turnovers, including a pair of interceptions by Austin Forbes. Marquel Hardy-Adams led the Lancers with eight tackles. Laneek Alvarez made seven tackles and led Lincoln with 116 yards rushing and two TDs. QB Avery Gray had six carries for 94 yards and a score and went 4 for 7 for 64 yards.
White Plains 14, Ketcham 13: Quarterback Tommy Avery went 6 for 9 for 209 yards and a touchdown for the host Tigers. Troy Jackson rushed 18 times for 77 yards. Nick Wadden had an INT for White Plains.