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Arlington defeated Mahopac in a boys soccer game at Mahopac High School Oct. 8, 2015.

Arlington defeated Mahopac in a boys soccer game at Mahopac High School Oct. 8, 2015.

Week 6 lohud boys soccer rankings
All records through Oct. 9

1. Arlington (11-1) — Since splitting two games with rival John Jay-East Fishkill, the Admirals have looked like a team on a mission. Thursday’s 7-1 win at Mahopac was one of the most dominant performances of the season. Previous ranking: 1

2. Byram Hills (10-1) — The Bobcats have won three straight in convincing fashion since their surprising loss to Rye. That included completing the season-sweep of third-ranked Port Chester with a 2-0 shutout. PR: 2

3. Port Chester (9-3) — The Rams responded to a second loss against Byram Hills by running through Rye with a 4-0 win. They’re 9-1 against teams not named Bobcats. PR: 3

4. Pearl River (12-2) — Rival Tappan Zee handed the Pirates their second loss of the season, which was also their first loss to a Rockland County opponent in two years. But Pearl River is still in great shape for a top three seed in Class A. PR: 4

5. John Jay-East Fishkill (9-2-2) — The only team to beat mighty Arlington has shown that it will be a force in the playoffs. The young Patriots seem to be finding their stride at the right time. PR: 5

6. Ketcham (8-3) — It’s going to be a very revealing week for the Indians. They were set to play Port Chester on Saturday, followed by Arlington on Monday and John Jay-EF next Saturday. If they go 2-1 in those three games, that would be a win. PR: 6

7. Mamaroneck (8-2-1) — With wins over Mount Vernon, White Plains and New Rochelle this past week, the Tigers have positioned themselves for a league title. They could essentially lock it up with a win at Scarsdale on Thursday. PR: 8

8. Scarsdale (10-2-1) — The Raiders have had some highs and lows this season, mostly recently a four-game winning streak, which included a 2-1 win over league rival New Ro. A few more wins should result in a very good seed for the Class AA playoffs. PR: 9

9. Horace Greeley (10-3) — The Quakers’ nine-game winning streak was halted by Yorktown on Wednesday, but they’ve proven to be a contender in Class AA. Greg Ginsberg, Matt Neuberger and Jack Cohen have been offensive forces. PR: 7

10. Tappan Zee (9-2-2) — The Dutchmen earned their way into the top 10 with a win over rival Pearl River, who has had their number in recent years. They also took Byram Hills to overtime, which tells you that TZ has fared well against the best in Class A. PR: Not ranked

On the bubble: New Rochelle (6-3-3), Rye (8-3), Somers (8-4-1), Suffern (7-3-2), Yorktown (7-4-2)

Class AA — 1. Arlington (11-1); 2. Port Chester (9-3); 3. John Jay-East Fishkill (9-2-2); 4. Ketcham (8-3); 5. Mamaroneck (8-2-1); 6. Scarsdale (10-2-1); 7. Horace Greeley (10-3); 8. Suffern (7-3-2); 9. New Rochelle (6-3-3); 10. Yorktown (7-4-2)

Class A — 1. Byram Hills (10-1); 2. Pearl River (12-2); 3. Tappan Zee (9-2-2); 4. Rye (8-3); 5. Somers (8-4-1); 6. John Jay (6-4-1); 7. Lakeland (8-3-1); 8. Sleepy Hollow (9-3-2); 9. Pelham (6-6); 10. Riverside (9-2-1)

Class B — 1. Bronxville (11-2); 2. Edgemont (10-2); 3. Valhalla (9-1-1); 4. Pleasantville (9-2-2); 5. Hastings (9-1-1); 6. Briarcliff (5-4-3); 7. Albertus Magnus (7-5-1); 8. Rye Neck (6-5-1); 9. Blind Brook (5-4-1); 10. Putnam Valley (8-3-1)

Class C —1. Solomon Schechter (6-3-2); 2. Hamilton (5-7-1); 3. North Salem (5-7); 4. Tuckahoe (2-10); 5. Haldane (1-10)


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