They’ll play for the championship two weeks from today at Hofstra University.

While Round 3 will decide the CHSAA Division AAA title, Round 2 could give us a good idea of what’s in store.

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Chaminade won Round 1 10-6 on April 10.

Also at 6 p.m., Iona Prep visits John Jay.

The eyes of the FCIAC will be on Tiger Hollow Stadium as defending conference champion New Canaan visits Ridgefield at 6:30 p.m. Both teams have one loss in the conference (New Canaan to Staples, Ridgefield to Darien).

There’s a full slate of Section 1 games. Among them, Lakeland/Panas visits Mahopac and host Scarsdale and Mamaroneck renew their rivalry. In other 4:30 p.m. games, Arlington plays at Putnam Valley and Horace Greeley hosts Byram Hills. At 5 p.m., Pleasantville hosts Fox Lane, Harrison visits Rye and Hen Hud plays at Brewster. Somers hosts Kellenberg in a 4:15 p.m. CHSAA/Section 1 crossover contest.

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Shoreham-Wading River visits Rocky Point in a Section 11 game of note.

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The Yorktown-Arlington senior game postponed from Tuesday will now be played Monday, May 13 at 4:30 p.m. at Charlie Murphy Field.

Yorktown’s regular-season finale, scheduled for May 14 at Wilton, has been moved to May 15 at 7 p.m. because the Section 1 seeding meeting is May 14.

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43 Responses to “Thursday, 5/9: Chaminade visits St. Anthony’s for Round 2; New Canaan, Ridgefield clash under the lights; John Jay hosts Iona Prep; Lakeland/Panas visits Mahopac; Bosco vs. Ridgewood in Bergen County semis”

  1. Luv Lax says:

    Final: L/P 7, Mahopac 6

  2. says:

    Final: Lakeland/Panas 7, Mahopac 6

  3. sec1 says:

    1-0 JJ Smith
    1-1 McQue

  4. sec1 says:

    2-1 J Lee

  5. sec1 says:

    2-2 Standard

  6. sec1 says:

    JJ 3-2 Lee

  7. sec1 says:

    3-3 Standard

  8. sec1 says:

    4-3 JJ Smith

  9. sec1 says:


  10. sec1 says:

    4-4 end of 1

  11. says:

    Chaminade leads 2-1 after one. Goals by Roberts and Zenker for Flyers. Koshansky for Friars.

  12. sec1 says:

    5-4 IP McQue

  13. sec1 says:

    6-4 IP Half
    Prep had the ball for 10:15 Sec of 2nd,

  14. sec1 says:

    8-7 Arlington over Put Valley in double OT

  15. says:

    Chaminade leads 4-2 at the half with the Duke-bound Zenker with three of the goals.

  16. says:

    Final: Arlington 8, Putnam Valley 7, 2 OT

  17. sec1 says:

    6-5 Duffy

  18. sec1 says:

    7-5 McQue Hat Trick

  19. sec1 says:

    7-6 R Lee

  20. sec1 says:

    15-8 Somers over Kellenberg

    • says:

      Kellenberg – 0-1-2-6–9
      Somers – 7-2-5-1—15

      Kellenberg Scoring:

      Tim Stackpole – 1 Goal
      Matt Kavanaugh – 4 Goals 1 Assist
      Dan Neville – 1 Goal
      Montgomery – 1 Goal
      Curran – 2 Goals 3 Assists


      Steimel – 2
      Bernbaini – 5

      Somers Scoring:

      Marc Fiocco – 2 Goals 2 Assists
      Chris Marasco – 2 Goals 3 Assists
      David Rubenstein – 1 Goal 1 Assist
      Tim Cousin – 2 Goals
      Alex Corpolongo – 2 Goals
      Tyler DeVito – 1 Goal 2 Assists
      Mike Cegielski – 1 Assist
      Joe Hashmall – 1 Goal
      Austin Cartelli – 1 Goal
      Justin Corpolongo – 2 Goals 1 Assist


      Nik Genualdo – 8
      Oscar Esquivel – 5

  21. sec1 says:

    8-6 IP

  22. says:

    Galligan scores late third to pull St. A’s within 5-4 heading into the fourth.

    • says:

      Final: Chaminade 7, St. Anthony’s 5

      Chaminade’s Kris Clarke officially was 13 of 15 in the faceoff X.

      Tommy Zenker and Ryan Lukacovic each had three goals for Chaminade.

      Hofstra-bound junior goaltender Jack Concannon had some acrobatic saves in his second half of work for St. Anthony’s.

  23. sec1 says:

    8-7 Smith Hat Trick

  24. sec1 says:

    9-8 B Lee

  25. sec1 says:

    9-8 IP over JJ

  26. slacrosse says:

    9-5 Rye over Harrison. Hasselmann scores 5.

  27. says:

    Hen Hud Sailors beat Brewster 13-12 to clinch sole possession of League Championship. Kevin McDermott 8 G and 1 A

    • says:

      Hopkins-bound Matt Ledwin scored the game-winning goal and was 24 of 27 on faceoffs in Hen Hud’s 13-12 win over Brewster.

      • Bear says:

        Hen Hud jumped out 3-0 in this game within the first 3 minutes. They had the lead 8-5 at halftime. Brewster opens up second half with 4 unanswered goals to take the lead 9-8. HH ties it at 9 then Brewster goes ahead 11-9 with about 8 min to go. HH ties it at 11 and then goes ahead by one. Brewster again ties it at 12 with about 3 minutes to go. HH gets game winner with a little over a minute to go.

        Very exciting game to watch. Brewster kids playing with alot or heart all season. Dealing with alot of injuries, these kids never give up.

        • Sailors Fan says:

          Bear: Agreed, it was a very exciting game to watch. Perhaps too exciting! Good luck in the play offs.

  28. LI Lax says:

    Nice for Somers offense that has been struggling. Kellenberg only gave up 10 to Chaminade and 11 to St Anthonys. Somers had 15 in 3 quarters!!!!

  29. sec1 says:

    JJ no set plays lol lol, play that hit pipe near the end is a set play and sometime you can only lead the horses to water.
    There is some talent on the O but nowhere near what they have had in past, or even last year. As for the Coaches please.

    • Indian J says:

      Your thesis is confusing. When you say coaches please, are you saying they doing all anybody could do with the team ? That they’ve lead the horses to water? Iona has been pretty good the past two seasons, but it’s a frustrating loss. There was a stretch,I think someone posted in which Iona possessed the ball for 10 straight minutes ? That’s interesting.

    • Indian J says:

      I think the coaches have done a pretty good job by the way, I just was unclear on your point (lol lol). Jay is a capable team that’s inconsistent. Their bread and butter Offensive player is out and they don’t have a lot of depth. Let’s see what happens with Bronxville, you really never know with these guys-either team really.

  30. says:

    Impressive win for Ridgefield. The Tigers, coming off a loss at Darien, pull away to beat defending FCIAC champ New Canaan 13-5.

    • says:

      NC 1 1 2 1–5

      Ridgefield 2 4 2 5–13



      Harry Stanton 3-1
      Puck Richardson 2-0
      Austin Nader 0-1
      Robby Paul 0-1


      Brett Baker 4-1
      Simon Mathias 3-2
      Cal Dearth 2-1
      Dylan Maher 2-1
      Ryan Dunn 1-2
      Will Bonaparte 1-0


      NC Trent Nader 12

      Ridgefield Conor Shannon 9

  31. Sec1 says:

    Indian J,
    The reason you are having trouble understanding my post is there was a previous post, which has disappeared for some reason. I was answering his post where he said they have no O don’t run set plays.
    This team has great coaches on it, they are thin with Beck out and not consistent so far, yes IP is a solid Team. I’m not anti JJ just the opposite in fact, last night was big loss it may have cost J the 2nd seed, I’m looking for a Town JJ Final, I posted that IP had the ball for 10 mins.

    • Indian J says:

      I know I was critical of the motion O early in the season, but I agree with you that they are doing well now all things considered. I haven’t been to a game in a while, so I can’t really comment much on specifics. Well see what happens with the seedlings and then sectionals.

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