I covered John Jay’s win over Carmel Wednesday and Suffern’s win over Clarkstown North yesterday, as well as last night’s Putnam Valley Board of Ed meeting, where trustees accepted the resignation of the head and assistant varsity coaches and filled those posts.
Kelli van de Veerdonk and Beverly Beladino, both members of Putnam Valley’s state champion 2005 team, have left. Melissa Phillips (head) and Meaghan Kinsley (assistant) have replaced them.
See coverage of the above events, including more detailed stories about the Putnam Valley coaching change, on lohud.com .
Now, for the scores…
Suffern 5, Clarkstown North 1
Bernadette Gannon returned to her old coaching turf at Suffern but her Rams, while staying in the game during the first half, were ultimately overpowered.
Gannon’s return — after being let go after 19 years and last year’s Section 1 championship — occurred on her 46th birthday.
The day was also notable because her old team did a soup fundraiser, which raised about $900 to be split between the Sloatsburg and Suffern soup kitchens.
On the field, Suffern, which is also hosting a breast cancer awareness game October 10, saw Sydney Hiller score three times (one off a penalty stroke) and Sidney Padilla and Nicole Caridi once each.
Two other goals were called back with the ruling being the shots were taken from outside the circle.
Amy McNally had Suffern’s lone assist.
Arielle Gershonowitz scored and Rebecca Fliegel had 11 saves for the Rams.
Clarkstown South 2, Pearl River 2
Sarah Donnelly had 13 saves for Clarkstown South and Amanda Heim and Laura SanFillipo each had a goal.
Maggie Davin and Courtney Ocasal scored for the Pirates, who trailed 1-0 at the half. Annie McBride had five saves for them.
Harrison 7, Panas 0
Michelle DeLeo had a day to remember, netting four goals for the Huskies. Christine Cardascia had two and Grace Manning one.
Mamaroneck 2, Bronxville
Amanda Prenty and Kimi Chiapparelli each scored a goal and Ellie Seid had two assists for the Tigers.
Rye Country Day 7, Green Farms 1
The Wildcats ran wild as Mariana Lee (one assist) had a hat trick and Emily Duarte (one assist) and Kathleen Curtin each had two goals.
Tatiana Crawford scored off an assist from Kate Paliotta for the Green Farms tally.
Scarsdale 9, Hastings 0
Seven players registered goals and/or assists for Raiders but no one had a bigger day than Lindsey Repp (two goals, five assists) and Caroline Knapp (three goals, three assists).
Eliza Brosgol also had two goals and Sarah Mehlman and Olivia Gatto each netted one goal.
Croton 1, Valhalla 0
Sophia Martin scored and Erin Livingston registered the assist for the Tigers.
Dominique Corveddu had seven saves for Croton and Kristene Cura had three saves for the Vikings.
Holy Child 7, Chapin 0
Maddy Fitzwilliam had two goals and Jolie Brakey (two assists), Casey Diaz (one assist), Kiernan Pagnani, Victoria Rapillo and Lily Dennis each scored once.
Horace Greeley 5, White Plains 0
Sarah Janeweil had two goals and three assists to pace the Quakers.
Samantha Attia, Katie Lindenthal and Megan Graham each added a goal.
MarMar Deneshvar and Olivia Harris each had four saves for Greeley.
Zoe Shannon stopped 15 shots for White Plains.
Lakeland 6, John Jay-East Fishkill 0
Molly Fitzpatrick led the Hornets with three goals and an assist.
Dana Bozek (two assists), Gab Celentano (one assist) and Steph Scala (one assist) had one goal each.
Mahopac 1, Putnam Valley 0
Sarah Lilley scored in the second half for Mahopac.
Ossining 1, Fox Lane 1
Lucia Tonelli was a virtual wall for Ossining, stopping 22 shots.
Both goals occurred in the second half with Alana Fitz scoring for Fox Lane and Alyson Winter for Ossining.
Keely Connors had five saves for Fox Lane.
Rye 9, Harrison 1
Gabby Amaturo led the Garnets with two goals. Phoebe Keller and Alex Bennett each had a goal and an assist. Alissa Vitiello, Ellie O’Callaghan, Abby Abate and Emily Antonozzi each had solo goals for Rye.
Christina DeLeo scored and Christina Decarlo had 15 saves for Harrison.
Rye Neck 3, Briarcliff 0
Nicole Miller netted two goals and Rosella Salantiro one for the Panthers.
Michelle Rotondo had seven saves for Briarcliff.
Friday, September 27
Suffern at Scarsdale, 4:15 p.m.
Valhalla at Pleasantville, 4:15 p.m.
Holy Child at King & Low, 4:30 p,m.
Ketcham at Yorktown, 4:30 p.m.
Hastings at Mamaroneck, 7 p.m.
Saturday, September 28
Nanuet at Byram Hills, 10 a.m.
Ursuline at Bronxville, 1 p.m.
Darien at Lakeland, 7 p.m.
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