There is one week to go in the regular season.
Everybody is rushing to make up games before time runs out, and we might have more weather on the way in. Scarsdale is heading back to West Haven to play a game that’s been snowed out twice already, and if the Raiders are not very careful, they could be coming home on a losing streak.
There’s another game I find intriguing, Hen Hud vs. Mount Pleasant. Both are stubborn teams. Both are slightly under the radar. Both are capable of pulling off a postseason win.
I’m off today, so keep the scores coming, please, if you’re out watching.
Schedule for February 8
Scarsdale vs. West Haven, Conn. 1:45 p.m. at West Haven
Stepinac vs. Mount St. Michael/St. Raymond, 5:15 p.m. at Ebersole
Lakeland/Panas vs. Yorktown, 4:30 p.m. at BIA
Fox Lane vs. Carmel, 6:20 p.m. at BIA
Hen Hud vs. Mount Pleasant, 6:40 p.m. at WSA
White Plain vs. Byram Hills, 8:10 p.m. at BIA, PPD
ETBE vs. New Rochelle, 8:15 p.m. at Ice Hutch
Scores from February 7
Iona Prep 7, Fordham Prep 1
Pearl River 7, Yorktown 3
Joel Barlow 5, Rivertown 2
White Plains 2, North Rockland 1
Hen Hud 5, Pawling 5
Pelham 3, Salmon River 2
Fox Lane 3, Brewster 2
Mount Pleasant 6, Byram Hills 3
Rye Town/Harrison 4, Stepinac 4
James Carrier scored three minutes into the third period, giving White Plains a 2-1 win over North Rockland. Mike Carrier knotted the score for the Tigers in the first period after Mark McElroy got the Red Raiders in front. Chris Stangarone made 28 saves for White Plains. … Tyler Schunk netted his fourth goal of the game with 1:17 to play, giving Hen Hud a 5-5 tie with Pawling. … Gib Smith, Nat Heintz and Hogan Peters each scored for Pelham in a 3-2 win against Salmon River. … Kevin Murphy and Max McGee each scored three times, leading Pearl River to a 7-3 win over Yorktown. Frank Gavigan, Shaun Benson and Jean-mar Groux scored for the Huskers. … Christian Enax and Charlie Pederson scored for Rivertown in a 5-2 loss to Joel Barlow. … Mathew Bramson had a pair of goals for Mount Pleasant in a 6-3 win over Byram Hills. Michael Sala, Richard Cantwell, Daniel Bramson and Ryan Smedley also scored for the Icecats. Robert Lunder, Joe Rocco and Willie Mann scored for the Bobcats.