I do have to go to the mall sooner than later, so I’ll be checking in on Clarkstown and Nyack/Tappan Zee. Most of the league matchups on the other side of the bridge should be pretty good this season. The Ice Hawks are coming off some down years, so we’ll see what they have. The Mall Rats are deep and difficult to match up against with tired legs.
Keep us posted if you’re out watching any of the games, please.
Power rankings will be out later on this evening, I have some thinking to do first.
Schedule for December 8
Nyack/Tappan Zee vs. Clarkstown, 3:30 p.m. at Palisades
New Rochelle vs. Rye Town/Harrison, 5:45 p.m. at Playland
John Jay vs. Scarsdale, 5:55 p.m. at Murray
Scores from December 7
Pearl River 5, New Rochelle 2
Somers/North Salem 9, Lakeland/Panas 2
Monroe-Woodbury 4, Rivertown 3
Mahopac 2, Fox Lane 1
Stepinac 4, Xavier 0
Carmel 5, Greeley 2
Max McGee reached 100 career points with two goals and an assist for Pearl River in a 5-2 win over New Rochelle. Kevin Murphy led the Pirates with two goals and two assists. McGee broke a 1-1 tie nine minutes into the second period, then netted a second goal 18 seconds later. Massimo Miceli and Kenny McLean scored for the Huguenots. … R.J. Laspina had two goals and three assists for Somers/North Salem in a 9-0 win over Lakeland/Panas. Nick Caleri also had two goals for the Sabers. … Eric Mendelson, Charlie Peterson and Wilson Kane scored for Rivertown in a 4-3 loss to Monroe-Woodbury. … Matthew Stefunek scored a power-play goal 15 seconds into the third period to give Mahopac a 2-1 win over Fox Lane. Abigail Ives made 61 saves for the Foxes. … Kyle Mahoney had two goals and an assist for Stepinac in a 4-0 win over Xavier. Jack Maisch had one goal and one assist, and Tyler Rosado made 13 saves to shut out the defending CHSHL B champs. … Mike Gamby and Tyler Alfonzetti each netted a pair of goals for Carmel in a 5-2 win over Greeley. Sam Mishkind scored twice for the Quakers.