Edgemont, Magnus, Pawling, Briarcliff among winners

Monday’s games

Edgemont 16, Hastings 5

Edgemont evened its record at 1-1 as Iliana Dimopoulos and Penelope Kraus both poured in five goals and Maddy Frain had nine saves.

Lela Warnock and Mehek Nanavaty both scored a pair of goals and Isadora Mello and Jordan Ellenberg scored one goal each.

Dimopoulos, Kraus and Nanavaty each had an assist.

Kate Ryan scored three times and Sophia Ballard had a pair of goals for Hastings.

Vivian Smith had six saves for Hastings.

Pleasantville 13, Yorktown 11

Reilly Byrne scored four times, had three assists and recorded seven draw control wins to help lead the Panthers to an upset win over the sixth-ranked Huskers.

Cadence Deluca scored three times, Abby McAllister and Gianna Doto both had a pair of goals and Rowan Capko and Erin Drillock each had one goal.

Deluca and McAllister both had two assists and McAllister also had six draw control wins.

Gianna Altimari and Alexandra Scialdone both scored four times to lead Yorktown.

Allison Passarella, Kaitlin Regan and Noelle Smith each had a solo tally.

Panther keeper Ciara McCarthy had seven saves.

Maggie Appelle had six saves for Yorktown.

Albertus Magnus 15. Clarkstown North 3

Josie Cavallo scored four times and Emma O’Callaghan and Abby Holland had hat tricks.

Sarah Fischer and Cassidy Deierlein each scored twice and Abbey Hannifan had a solo goal.

Hannifan and Cavallo each had an assist.

Emily Maloney, Madelyn Hind and Hannah McKiverkin scored for the Rams.

Clarkstown North goalie Mary Kopf stopped 10 shots.

Falcon keeper Riley Conan had three saves.

Pawling 14, Valhalla 5

Kelsey Wahl scored five times and Sofie Collins had three goals.

Sam Torricos had two goals and Kendall Arnold, Alyssa Damore, Madalyn Henke and Emily Kaprinski each scored once.

Kaprinski had two assists.

Yanelli Sandoval-Silva scored twice for the Vikings and Anna Manfredi, Sophie Ramundo and Morgan Kruger each had one goal.

Olivia Villarie had 12 saves for Valhalla.

Tiger keeper Lexi Knowles had seven stops.

Irvington 13, Ossining 2

Hannah Tuckett, Sara Gavagan, Carleigh Taylor, Claire Brady and Malka Halliwell each had a pair of goals.

Sadie McRae, Emmaline LeBuhn and Amanda Raimondo also scored.

Tuckett had two assists and Halliwell and Gavagan each had one assist.

Ella Castrillon and Ava Ippoliti had Ossining’s goals.

Audrey Schnecker had nine saves and Mia Beltran had one save for Ossining.

Scarlett Whitney had three saves for the Bulldogs.

Briarcliff 18, Dobbs Ferry 3

Eleven Bears scored, led by Margot Flores and Adrianna Scanga, who had hat tricks.

Nicky Einhorn, Diana Jones and Ava Swidler each had a pair of goals.

Riley Hite, Ella Culotta, Sarah Aframian, Lily Shafiroff, Erin Burns and Ava Makaron had solo goals.

Culotta had three assists and Burns, Makaron, Hite, Einhorn, Aframian, Jones and Swindler each had one assist.

Jacqueline O’Connor scored twice and Lauren McGoey had the other score for the Eagles.

Eleni Georgioudakis had eight saves for Dobbs Ferry

Bear goalie Dani Siegel had six saves.

Clarkstown South 13, White Plains 11

Sophis Pope poured in eight goals and added three assists.

Caitlin Petrellese had a hat trick and Erin Bowes and Olivia Galati each scored once.

Galati had two assists and Petrellese and Bowes both had one assist.

Karris Ferguson was strong on defense.

Chloe Ryan scored three times for the Tigers.

Lucy Barest, Lizzy Armagida and Caitlin McAndrew each scored twice and Hailey Shannon and Niki Snyder both had one goal.

Barest also had an assist.

Fiona Doherty had six saves for Clarkstown South.

Ella Kincheloe stopped three shots for White Plains.

North Rockland 16, Carmel 11

Meg MacMillan had four goals and Sophia Corretjer had an eight-point game with a hat trick and five assists.

Grace Mallozzi also scored three times and Jillian Fullick, Julia Gill, Irene Mauer had two goals apiece.

Mauer had three assists, Mallozzi had two assists and Olivia Castaldo and MacMillan each had one assist.

Sami DeFilippo and Daniela Delgado both scored three times for the Rams.

Ally Taranto had two goals and Colette Nunez, Olivia Scaperotti and Julia Lisi also scored.

DeFilippo had an assist.

Carmel keeper Cat Tonchuck had eight saves.

North Rockland’s Madison Figueroa stopped three shots.

Mamaroneck 17, Hackley 6

Clara Sosa had five goals and Dillon Troy and Lyla Hurley had hat tricks.

Callie Roseberry and Shawn Rosenblatt both scored twice.

Harper Chinn and Eleanor Hollander had solo tallies.

Rosenblatt’s five assists gave her a seven-point game.

Hollander, Roseberry and Sosa each had two assists.

Brooke Koffler and Lila O’Brien both scored twice for Hackley and Lucia Monteleone and Welyn Waterhouse both had one goal

Phoebe Naughlen, Eleanor Neu, Elizabeth Rudge, Monteleone and Koffler each had one assist.

Hackley goalie Jessye Salmon had eight saves.

Tiger keeper Ally Jewell had five saves.

Pearl River 18, Nanuet 15

in a game in which the Pirates trailed by four goals at the half, Melanie McKeever had eight points with two goals and six assists, Kacey Pritts scored five times and Tara Bane and Jaclyn Mahoney both had four goals.

Sammie Muldoon had two goals and Brigid Bane had one tally.

Muldoon had two assists and Shannon Keena, Pritts and Bane each had one assist.

Nanuet’s Allison Murray, who scored seven times and had an assist and Jessica McCabe, with three goals and five assists, also had an eight-point day.

Makela Larkin and Jessica Owens both scored twice and Courtney Schoenleber had one goal.

Sierra Banton, Owens and Schoenleber each had an assist.

Pearl River goalie Megan McDonald and Nanuet’s Jaylie Diakite both had nine saves.

Fox Lane 15, Ursuline 5

Nicole Castaldo put in four goals and Zoe Stonecipher, Eugenia Kaltsas and Emma Greene had hat tricks.

Cora Moore and Michaela Kaltsas both had one goal.

Greene and Michaela Kaltsas each had an assist.

Stonecipher and Kaltsas both recorded three draw control wins and Greene had one

Zoe Ryan scored twice for the Koalas and Tegan Hanrahan, Kathleen Cagney and Amelia Dolis had one goal each.

Ryan had four draw control wins and Hanrahan had three.

Rachael Mannix had 11 saves for Ursuline.

Fox keeper Sophie Kothari had five saves.

Horace Greeley 15, Scarsdale 11

Erica Rosendorf scored five times and Bae Bounds and Rowan Edson had hat tricks.

Molly Byrne and Finley Pollard both had a pair of goals.

Edson had three assists, Logan Skuro had two assists and Taylor Rice, Pollard and Byrne each had one assist.

Sabrina Katz and Alessia Schettino both scored three times for Scarsdale.

Maxine Silverman had two goals and Jane Hoffman, Haley Matusz and Claudia Rosenberg had one goal apiece.

Katz, Hoffman, Matusz and Silverman each had an assist.

Quaker keeper Tatum Walsh had 10 saves.

Angelo Hoey had three saves for Scarsdale.

Kennedy 19, St. Luke’s 11

Malin Turnquist and Noula O’Reilly each scored five times and Carina Daniele had four goals.

Camille Stackhouse and Cecelia DeLarco both had a pair of goals and Maggie Coyle scored once.

Julia Marsich and Stackhouse both had two assists and Adrianna Calandros, Turnquist, O’Reilly, Daniele and Coyle each had one assist.

Annalize Correa and Georgia Bennett both scored four times for St. Luke’s.

Sarah Baren had two goals and Bebe Carter had one goal.

Correa and Bennett each had an assist.

Gael goalkeeper Vanessa Sedano stopped 12 shots.

Gigi McWhartor had seven saves for St. Luke’s.

Lourdes 14, Putnam Valley 2

Morgan McHale had four goals and Deidre Connolly had three goals.

Michaela Ward, Mikayla Van Buren and Alaina Sells all scored twice and Claire Bottjer had a solo tally.

Bottjer had three assists, McHale and Sells both had two assists and Ward had one assist.

Mikayla Vanburen recorded four draw control wins.

Ana Harman and Emily Neilson scored for the Tigers.

Natalie Mazza got three draw control wins.

Norah Zuidema had nine saves for the Warriors.

Jaylie Diakite also had nine saves for Putnam Valley.

Harrison 12, Rye Country Day 9

Harper Rabbit had four goals and Lila Berkery put three shots in.

Amber Losito and Stella Perini both had a pair of goals and Caitlin Oestreicher scored once.

Caroline Keating scored four times and Cameron Song had a hat trick for the Wildcats.

Leigh Smith and Morgan Harvey each had a goal.

Smith had two assists and Payton Caggiano had one assist.

Wildcat keeper Nina Pagenelli had nine saves.

Mariana Sposato had three saves for the Huskies.

Tuesday’s schedule

Haldane at Wappingers, 4:30 pm

North Salem at Somers, 4:30 p.m.

Valhalla at Dobbs Ferry, 4:30 p.m. (Springhurst Elementary School)

Nyack at Pelham, 6 p.m. (Glover Stadium)

Nancy Haggerty covers cross-country, track & field, field hockey, skiing, ice hockey, girls lacrosse and other sporting events for The Journal News/lohud. Follow her on Twitter at both @HaggertyNancy and at @LoHudHockey.

This article originally appeared on Rockland/Westchester Journal News: Girls lacrosse recaps for April 4-11: Edgemont, Briarcliff, Magnus win

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