Paige Brabant scored the eventual winning goal in the 50th minute in Harrison’s 1-0 victory over Tappan Zee at Harrison Monday. Jessica Scazzero assisted on the goal. Gia Mancini made 10 saves in the shutout.
Jules Harris made 11 saves for the Dutchies.
Croton-Harmon 4, Ossining 2, OT: At Ossining, Maggie Pozenel and Marina Vergara scored in the second overtime period. Vergara had tied the game in the 80th minute. Erin Hoyt and Gabby Hagerman scored in the first half for the Pride.
Irvington 8, Keio 0: At Irvington, the Bulldogs had seven different goal scorers, including two by Caleigh Plaut. Junior Lisa Pomeranz scored her first varsity goal and added an assist. Helene Hall had two assists.
Saunders 4, Sleepy Hollow 1: At Sleepy Hollow, Amanda Smith had two goals and an assist. Pamela Sanchez had two goals. Allegra Beals scored for the Headless Horsemen.
Blind Brook 3, Valhalla 1: At Blind Brook, Sophie Loewenstein scored two goals. Courtney Shaw scored. Leia Scalley scored for the Vikings.
Scardale B 4, Lincoln 0: At Lincoln, Anna Braverman scored two goals. Hannah Fischer and Sara Calderon also scored.
Suffern 1, Clarkstown North 0: At Suffern, Blair Croce had a goal and Brittany Arshansky had an assist. Alexa Rosen had 10 saves for Clarkstown North and Michelle Follini and Catelyn Cordero combined to make three saves for Suffern.
Hen Hud 2, Yonkers 0: At Hen Hud, Isabella Nazario and Stephanie Smith each scored. Angela Marriott made five saves in the shutout. Kimberly Spence had 11 saves for the Bulldogs.
Tuckahoe 8, Yonkers Montessori 1: At Tuckaho, Alessandra Cirillo scored three goals, Alessia Conte and Emma Haith each scored two goals and Jessica Letizia scored one goal.
Kennedy 3, Yorktown 1: At Yorktown, Jessica Magnani scored the winning goal in the first half. Kerri Durkin and Leah Greene each scored. Sarah Bonner scored for the Huskers.
Masters 7, French American 2: At French American, Barbara Levin had three goals and two assists and Sabrina Stanich added three assists. Masters goalie Matilda Ahun had three saves.
Haldane 5, Putnam Valley 0: At Putnam Valley, Allie Monteleone scored twice and added an assist. Cali Schweikhart had seven saves for the Blue Devils. Putnam Valley’s Maddie Hamilton turned aside 14 shots.
Scarsdale 4, Eastchester 0: At Scarsdale, Erika Smith had two goals. Ali Lonner had 12 saves. Caitlyn Damon had 13 saves for Eastchester.
Somers 3, North Salem 0: At Somers, Carolyn Casey, Hayley Bonner, and Hannon Eberet scored. Justine Huber (three saves) and Sarina Callan combined to make three saves. Camilla Fay made three saves for the Tigers.
Rye Neck 0, Port Chester 0, OT: At Port Chester, Rehema Ulli had 15 saves for Rye Neck.
Pleasantville 6, Westlake 0: At Pleasantville, Sammi Borsellino had two goals. Danielle Bucciero had six saves in the shutout.
Good Counsel Academy 6, Sacred Heart 1: At Macy Field, Colleen Wall had two goals and one assist. Nina Kenny had one goal and two assists. Katie Ryan scored for Sacred Heart.
Rye Country Day 4, Fieldston 2: At Rye Country Day, Stephanie Sabatini had two goals and one assist and Liz Judd and Sophie Brown each scored one goal.
Ursuline 1, Briarcliff 1, 2 OT: At Briarcliff, Cassidy Carrafiello equalized the game with a minute and a half left on a 30-yard free kick into the top right corner of the goal. Lesia Danyluk scored four minutes into the second half for the Koalas. Keira Keane made 14 saves in goal for the Koalas and Sarah Goldstein made six stops in goal for the Bears.
Hackley 2, Trinity 1: On Randall’s Island, Alyza Ngbokoli’s overtime goal, her second score of the game, proved to be the winner. Hackley’s Juliana Piscina had nine saves. Trinity’s Taylor Vonk saved 18.
Byram Hills 2, Fox Lane 1: At Fox Lane, Alison Davis had one goal and one assist. Carly Barnett had one goal. Sydney Reichert scored for Fox Lane.
Clarkstown South 4, Nyack 2: At Clarkstown South, Carly Glaser has two goals. Victoria Cruz had one goal and two assists. Laura Castaldo had six saves. Aoife McGirl and Shannon Salemo each had one goal and one assist for Nyack.