We’re officially in the stretch run.
Teams only have three days to make a move in the standings and improve the odds of a lengthy postseason run. We’ve got one marquee game, Rye vs. Scarsdale, and I’m pretty sure nobody has to remind the Raiders about the dangers of easing up now. I know it hasn’t been a great season for the Garnets, but it would be a mistake to let that group pick up any confidence.
I’m heading for the mall.
The matchup is not impressive, but I’ve been looking to catch up with Clarkstown for a couple of weeks now. It’s the one team in Division I that legitimately skates three lines in close games, which could be a factor in the playoffs.
If you out watching, please send us an update.
Clarkstown vs. Nyack/Tappan Zee, 3:45 p.m. at Palisades
Fieldston vs. Rye Country Day, 5 p.m. a RCDS
Rye vs. Scarsdale, 6:55 p.m. at Murray
New Rochelle vs. Pawling, 7:30 p.m. at Trinity-Pawling
Greeley vs. Bethel/Brookfield/Danbury, 7:50 at Danbury
Byram Hills vs. Joel Barlow, 7:50 p.m. at Danbury
Fox Lane vs. ETB, 8:55 p.m. at Ice Hutch
John Jay 4, Somers/North Salem 2
Byram Hills 2, Kennedy 1
Mahopac 8, Brewster 3
Greeley 7, Fox Lane 2
North Rockland 4, Monroe-Woodbury 2
Pearl River 4, Northern Highlands 1
Carmel 6, Pawling 5
Tommy Krincic scored three goals in Mahopac’s win over Brewster, eclipsing the 100-point mark in the process. … Greeley had seven different players score in the win over Fox Lane. … Zach Rigano and Joe Brigante had the goals in Byram Hills’ win over Kennedy. … John Jay went 12-0 in league play. Shawn Smith, Jack Wertz and John Tobin each had a goal and an assist in the win over Somers/North Salem. Noah Hale momentarily got the Sabers even at 1-1. … Mark McElroy had two goals and Danny Moore provided three assists in North Rockland’s win over Monroe-Woodbury.