How lopsided was the game?
Suffern’s Alyssa Sanchez had 27 saves. Scarsdale’s Robin Ah Hee (two) and Leah Cannon (one) combined for three.
Twenty-four hours earlier, Suffern, which previously had only one loss, had cruised past Clarkstown North 5-1, so this was more a statement about Scarsdale’s strength than anything else.
Other games Friday were a lot closer.
Here are the recaps, including the Scarsdale-Suffern match-up.
Carmel 2, Putnam Valley 0
The Rams got goals from Jamie Manecky and Melissa Martin.
Sam Cunningham stopped seven shots for the Tigers.
Holy Child 0, King & Low 0, OT
Holy Child got strong games from Christianna Guttridge, Kiernan Pacnani and Jolie Brakey but couldn’t find the net despite dominating most of the game, including during a seven-on-seven, 10-minute overtime.
Kate O’Donnell had four saves for Holy Child.
Horace Greeley 1, Ossining 0
Katie Jakacki’s first-half goal off a Sara Jane Weill assist stood up.
Lucia Tonelli had seven saves for Ossining and Olivia Harris one for Greeley.
Pleasantville 1, Valhalla 0
This was another 1-0 game with the game-winner coming in the first half.
Cassidy McCrea scored off a Kathleen Passabet assist.
Alex Ciarcia stopped four shots for Pleasantville.
Rye 2, Fox Lane 0
Fusine Govaert and Ellie O’Callaghan scored for the Garnets.
Rye Neck 3, Croton 0
Rye Neck got first-half goals from Brianna Cefaloni and Nicole Miller (Cefaloni the assist) and a second-half tally from Alison Cohen.
Scarsdale 7, Suffern 0
Lindsey Repp had four goals to pace Scarsdale, which received single goals from Caroline Knapp (one assist), Sarah Mehlman and Julia Ross.
Yorktown 4, Ketcham 3
Ketcham’s Casey Herzog had the hot hand with a hat trick but Yorktown freshman Rilea Fusco scored the game-winner with 7:57 left.
Isabelle Perry (one assist), Jeanna Gammer and Clare Spallone also scored for the Huskers.
Bianca Dente had six saves for Yorktown.
(Note: Stats from Mamaroneck’s 2-0 win over Bronxville will be included when available.)
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