Briarcliff 2, Croton 2
The Bears’ Megan O’Donnell scored with 8:38 left to play to knot the game.
Erika Zirman had the other Briarcliff goal off a Sharon Luan assist.
Emily Grossman and Teagan Burke scored for Croton with assists from Caroline Barnes and Katie Marcus.
Dominique Corveddu had 10 saves for the Tigers.
Michelle Rotondo stopped three shots for Briarcliff.
Byram Hills 1, Valhalla 0
Ashley Polera scored and Ally Steffan got the assist in the Bobcats’ eighth win of the season.
Hackley 3, Fieldston 2, OT
It would be pretty hard for two teams to be more closely matched.
Avenging a double-overtime setback to it earlier this season, the Hornets downed Fieldston in overtime as Sasha Bridger scored her second goal of the game with 3:49 left.
Caroline Chmiel had the assist.
Katie Bogart had the other Hackley goal, assisted by Bridger. Ally Petitti assisted on the first Bridger goal.
Aley Longo had 10 stops for Hackley.
Neha Anondoni and Carmen Cee scored for Fieldston and Lily Meyersohn and Sydney Beres had assists.
Anya Auerbach had eight saves for Fieldston.
Horace Greeley 1, Fox Lane 0
Olivia Green’s second-half goal off an assist from Sarah Jane Weill was the difference.
Quakers’ goalie Olivia Harris earned the shutout with seven saves.
Victoria Darling stopped six shots for the Foxes.
Lakeland 6, Somers 0
The good news for Somers was that goalie Claire Johnson played like herself. This time that meant she made a whopping 26 saves.
The bad news for Somers, which didn’t have a shot on net, was that Lakeland also played like itself.
The Hornets improved to a perfect 12-0 behind Gab Celentano’s and Dana Bozek’s two-goal efforts.
Sarah Fazio and Valerie Perkins added single goals for Lakeland and Celentano, Brianna Muniz and Molly Fitzpatrick had assists.
Ossining 1, Harrison 0
Lucia Tonelli was a wall in net, stopping 14 shots, and Camilla Hagerman scored off a Sade Tukuru assist to lift The Pride to the win.
Christina Decarlo had seven saves for the Huskies.
Pelham 3, White Plains 1
Caitriona Carey, Gabi Egger and Chandler Solimine scored for the Pelicans. Julie Kavanagh had two assists and Courtney Ryan one.
Dawn Giuliano had the White Plains goal.
Rye 5, Suffern 0
Ellie O’Callaghan and Alex Bennett each scored a pair of goals and Emily Antonozzi added another as Rye improved to 11-0.
Alyssa Sanchez made 21 saves for the defending sectional champ Mounties, who slipped under .500 at 4-5-2.
Rye Neck 4, Pleasantville 0
The Panthers improved to 6-3-1, scoring all of their goals in the second half.
Nicole Miller tallied a pair and also assisted on Rosella Salanitro’s goal.
Briana Cefaloni also scored, receiving a pass from Shelby Hackenberg, beating a defender, then rocketing the ball into the net.
Clarkstown North at Clarkstown South, 4 p.m.
Nanuet at Suffern, 4 p.m.
Pearl River at North Rockland, 4 p.m.
Irvington at Hastings, 4:15 p.m.
Ketcham at Carmel, 4:15 p.m.
Pleasantville at Scarsdale, 4:15 p.m.
Lourdes at Kennedy Catholic, 4:30 p.m.
Nyack at Fox Lane, 4:30 p.m.
Pelham at Bronxville, 4:30 p.m.
Rye at Harrison, 4:30 p.m.
Somers at John Jay-Cross River, 4:30 p.m.
Sleepy Hollow at Hen Hud, 4:45 p.m.
I will be at Fox Lane for what should be a close game. With a break here or there, Nyack, 7-3-2, could have 11 wins at this point. But Fox Lane has a tough schedule and, like Nyack, has had multiple close losses. In other words, its 3-5-2 record is misleading.
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