The freezing rain and ice has postponed one game, so check with your carrier if you plan to venture out and watch some hockey.
Scarsdale got back into gear last night, so Harvey is at least an under dog heading into the championship game of the MLK Jr. Tournament. Give the Cavaliers some credit, though, for playing a top Section 1 team.
Leave a score if you’re out watching, I’ll be in front of the flat screen yelling at the Packers.
Schedule for January 18
Rye Country Day at Pingree, 1 p.m.
St. Francis Prep vs. Stepinac, 5:15 p.m. at Ebersole
Brewster vs. Kennedy, 6:20 p.m. at BIA
Somers/North Salem vs. Hen Hud, 6:30 p.m. at Ice Time, PPD
Scarsdale MLK Jr. Tournament at EJ Murray
Clarkstown vs. Pearl River, 5:30 p.m. Canceled
Harvey vs. Scarsdale, 7:30 p.m.
Scores from January 17
Niagara-Wheatfield 3, Suffern 1
Mahopac 2, John Jay 0
Chaminade 7, Iona Prep 3
Newtown (Conn.) 7, Greeley 6
Scarsdale 4, Clarkstown 1
Harvey 9, Pearl River 2
Somers/North Salem 10, Lakeland/Panas/Putnam Valley 0
Mount Pleasant 4, Pawling 4
Rivertown 6, Kennedy Catholic 1
Hen Hud 4, Yorktown 2
Justin Tiso scored a third-period goal to make it a one-possession game, but Suffern gave up an empty-netter and fell to Niagara-Wheatfield 3-1. C.J. Greco and Troy Daniels had the assists. … Christian Van Hecke finished with a hat trick for Iona Prep in a 7-3 loss to Chaminade. … Sam Mishkind scored his third goal of the game to knot the score, but Newtown buried one more with 46 seconds to play in a 7-6 win over Greeley. Calder Fontaine had two goals and two assists for the Quakers. … Keith Lambert had five goals and three assists for Harvey in a 9-2 win over Pearl River. Theo Rattner had a goal and six assist for the Cavaliers. … Luigi Olinto had a hat trick for Somers/North Salem in a 10-0 win over Lakeland/Panas/Putnam Valley. … Robert Buckley and John Dignam scored to give Mahopac a 2-0 win over John Jay. Tommy Gilmore made 20 saves to earn the shutout. … Lucas Van Bramer made 41 saves for Mount Pleasant, five in overtime, to preserve a 4-4 tie against Pawling. Oscar Marchi had two goals for the Icecats. Pawling’s Joe Currie tied matters with 9:11 in regulation. … Tommy Farrell had two goals for Rivertown in a 6-1 win over Kennedy. Gerard Martirano had the lone goal for the Gaels.