Here are the roundups from Friday.
Byram Hills 12, Nanuet 3: At Nanuet, Noelle Love scoed three goals and had two assists and Alyssa Ponzo and Emily Byrne each had two goals and three assists for the Bobcats. Shannon Booth had one goal and one assist for the Red Raiders.
Keio 12, Croton-Harmon 10: At Keio, Aoi Murata scored four goals. Senior Mai Matsumoto added her first two varsity goals for the Unicorns. Olivia Weale scored four goals for the Tigers. Dani Douglas added a hat trick.
New Rochelle 12, Ardsley 8: At New Rochelle Thursday, Danielle Medin and Matisse Clayton each scored four goals. Melissa Darocha and Kristen Branakel each scored a hat trick for the Panthers.
Pleasantville 15, Valhalla 7: At Pleasantville, Caroline Fraylick and Maria Howe each scored four goals. Kristina Caridi and Kelsey Fritsch each scored two goals for the Vikings.
John Jay 12, Mahopac 5: At John Jay, Jilli Schell scored five goals. Dakota Adamec added a hat trick. Natalie Reddy made 10 saves in the win.
Briarcliff 11, Westlake 7: At Briarcliff, Melanie Prinz scored a hat trick. Jordana Cohen, Haley Simpson, and Annie Barrett each added two goals. Rebecca Bluss scored four goals for the Wildcats.
Pearl River 10, Albertus Magnus 9: At Albertus Magnus, Katlyn Noonan had three goals for the Pirates. Courtney Ocasal had two goals and an assist. Mikaela Connell and Dana O’Sullivan each scored twice for the Falcons.
Ossining 17, Tappan Zee 12: At Ossining, Alexandra Cristello had five goals and an assist. Danielle Gervacio had five goals.
Hackley 15, Poly Prep 6: At Hackley, Dom Alpuche had four goals and two assists. Sophie Slutsky added three goals and two assists. Laurel Cassidy and Sarah Cassidy each had two goals and two assists.
Clarkstown South 14, Pearl River 13: At Pearl River Thursday, Jaime Morris had five goals and an assist. Erin Kelly added three goals and three assists. Christina Hanos added a hat trick for the Vikings.
Somers 14, North Salem 3: At North Salem, Emma Schurr and Christina Jocelyn each scored hat tricks. Gabby Rosenzweig, Tara Schurr, Nicole DeMase, and Christina Olert each scored two goals. Kaitlyn Murphy, Julia D’Innocenzo, and Paige Werlau each scored one goal for the Tigers.