We haven’t received all the stats yet from Saturday’s abbreviated schedule but Fox Lane, Nyack and Somers all won.
Because of Columbus Day, Monday’s schedule is also short. In fact, the only game on tap is Harrison at Ursuline at 4 p.m.
Tuesday, things get back into full play with 10 games on the slate.
The game to watch that day should be Lakeland at John Jay-Cross River. Lakeland is 13-0 but just barely.
Sophomore Dana Bozek scored with fewer than five minutes left when Lakeland edged John Jay 1-0 earlier this month.
Hayley Martinsens had a great game for the Indians with 14 saves and will probably have to do so again if John Jay is going to have a shot at a headline-making upset over the defending state champs. Even a tie against the Hornets would be headline-making.
John Jay hosts this one at 6 p.m. Given the hour and what happened the last time the two teams met, Tuesday’s contest should draw a good crowd.
October 12 scores
Fox Lane 3, Ossining 0
Coming off its big, 1-0 win over Nyack, the Foxes jumped to a game over .500 as Alana Fitz, Casey Hunter and Nicole Johnston scored against Ossining.
Johnston, who had the goal in the Nyack game, also had an assist, as did Paige Beyer.
Victoria Darling had three saves.
Nyack 2, Clarkstown North 1
Fresh from disappointment at Fox Lane, the Indians rebounded behind Alanna Falcicchio’s and Taylor O’Sullivan’s goals.
Alexis Kydon had four saves for Nyack, which earned its eighth win of the season.
Clarkstown North’s Keara Kirk scored and Rebecca Fliegel had a monster game with 21 saves.
Somers 2, Putnam Valley 0
Tara Schurr and Caity Malisse scored for the Tuskers and Emma Schurr registered an assist.
Claire Johnson had seven saves for Somers.
Sam Cunningham had nine stops for Putnam Valley.