Junior Molly Fitzpatrick had two goals.
Rye also claimed its league title, downing Horace Greeley 3-0.
Fusine Govaert had two of the Garnets’ goals an defenseman Meredith Tibbals had one.
Journal News sports reporter Sharieka Breeden, spoke to Rye coach Emily Fitzgerald afterward.
Fitzgerald noted the game was the third this week for the Garnets but, tired or not, their goal was to come out strong against Greeley, which they did.
“We were aggressive and, overall, we did so well stepping to the ball… We had three great goals and the girls were really happy about the title win,” Fitzgerald said.
More stats from Lakeland’s and Rye’s games and recaps of the rest of Thursday’s action below.
October 17 recaps
Byram Hills 1, Rye Neck 0
Byram Hills gained its 11th win of the season as Kristen Khouri scored and Kelsey Kelly made five saves.
Annabel Gutterman had one save for Rye Neck.
Carmel 0, John Jay-East Fishkill 0
Jolei Buonanno had eight saves for John Jay and Maggie O’Shaughnessy stopped three shots for Carmel.
Greenwich Academy 2, Holy Child 0
Holy Child fell despite Katie O’Donnell’s 11 saves.
Hendrick Hudson 6, Lourdes 0
Senior forward Chelsea Reichard had a hat trick to lead the Sailors to their second win of the year.
Emily Cothren, Kayla Tandy and Olivia Tivnan also scored. Cothren had two assists and Tivnan, Tandy and Aley Mitrione one each.
Elvia Sinchi had nine saves for Hen Hud.
Lakeland 5, Putnam Valley 1
Besides Fitzpatrick’s two goals, the Hornets got tallies from Julia Kim, Meghan Fahey and Steph Scala.
Scala also had two assists and Sarah Bard and Gab Celentano both had one assist.
Amanda Santos had one save for Lakeland.
Tara Walsh scored and Sam Cunningham had nine saves for Putnam Valley.
Mahopac 4, Yorktown 1
Sarah Quarto scored two goals and Julia Stack and Jenna Gray one each for the Indians.
Isabelle Perry scored for the Cornhuskers.
Nicole Amerling stopped nine shots for Mahopac. Bianca Dente had eight saves for Yorktown and Nikki Prestiano had four.
Rye 3, Horace Greeley 0
Rye claimed the League III-B title despite the efforts of Greeley goalie Olivia Harris, who had 22 saves.
Rye dominated throughout with its goalie, Brenna Smith, needing to make just one save.
Rye Country Day 5, Sacred Heart 2
Emily Duarte scored twice and Charlotte Cooper, Mariana Lee and Zoe Verni had solo goals for the 9-1 Wildcats.
Duarte, Lee and Kathleen Curtin had assists.
Katie Miller tallied both Sacred Heart goals.
Suffern 4, Edgemont 1
Sydney Hiller led the Mounties with two goals.
Alyssa Conklin and Olivia Schember also scored.
It was the first varsity goal for the midfielder Conklin, who has played consistently well all season for the 6-6-3 Mounties.
Valhalla 4, Nanuet 1
Alyssa Dolan led the Vikings with a pair of goals and Christy Johnson and Jennifer Pezzolanti each scored one.
Valerie Alvarez had two assists and Pezzolanti one.
Jaclyn Vormitagg scored for Nanuet off an assist from Kiera Young.
Julia Bartell had 13 saves for Nanuet and Kristine Cura stopped two shots for Valhalla.
Clarkstown South at Pearl River, 4 p.m.
Nyack at Nanuet, 4 p.m
Suffern at Clarkstown North, 4 p.m.
John Jay-Cross River at Yorktown, 4:15 p.m.
Mamaroneck at Hastings, 4:15 p.m.
White Plains at Scarsdale, 4:15 p.m.
Horace Greeley at Harrison, 4:30 p.m.
Bronxville at Edgemont, 6 p.m.
Croton at Hen Hud, 6:30 p.m.
Irvington at Ossining, 7 p.m.
Sleepy Hollow at Pelham, 7 p.m.