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Girls soccer: Scoreboard for Monday, 10/19 | USA Today High School Sports

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Scoreboard for 10/19

Mahopac 0, Ketcham 0

At Ketcham, Nicole Parker and Samirah Taylor made four saves and six saves respectively for the hosts, while Daniella Cimadomo made five saves for Mahopac.

Saunders 2, Yonkers 1 (OT)

At Fleming Field, Zhane Jacinto scored twice for Saunders. Lina Montes scored for Yonkers.

Suffern 6, Clarkstown North 2

At Clarkstown North, Tatiana Cruz had a hat-trick and Caleigh Cahoon and Abby Bosco both had a goal each. For the hosts, Jessica Reck scored twice and Maggie Riordan had two assists.

Pearl River 3, Nanuet 1

At Pearl River, Cate Feerick had a goal and an assist and Kelly Ann Egan and Caitlin Tyer both had a goal each. For Nanuet, Emily Davren scored off of a free kick from Caroline Wren.

New Rochelle 2, Mamaroneck 0

At New Rochelle, Sophie Wolf scored twice, with Anna Livaccari and Vanessa Restrepo getting the assists.

Riverside 4, Gorton 3

At Tibbetts Brook Park, Melanie Siranaula scored twice for Riverside, with Natalie Delvalle and Falmari Rojas rounding out the scoring.

Tuckahoe 3, Yonkers Montessori 1

At Tuckahoe, Jessie Letizia had a hat-trick, Alessia Conte, Aileen Cabrera and Julia Aliberto all had assists, and Marissa Stone made 12 saves for the win. For Yonkers Montessori, Molly O’Reilly had a goal and Milagros Moye made 13 saves.

Clarkstown South 7, White Plains 0

At White Plains, Julianna Vincini had a hat-trick, Fiona Cummings scored twice, while Danielle Gillespie and Diana Guarino both had a goal each.

Irvington 2, Briarcliff 0

At Briarcliff, Allie Pollack and Zoe Maxwell both scored for Irvington, while Sarina Stein made seven saves for the clean sheet. The Lady Bulldogs clinched a perfect 16-0 regular season and won their first league championship in 17 years.

Rye Country Day 2, Hackley 2

At Hackley, Amanda Stern had a goal and an assist for the hosts, with Gabriella Zak also scoring. For Rye Country Day, Taylor Regan scored twice.

Arlington B 7, Peekskill 0

At Torpy Field, Jackie Timm had a hat trick, Claire Kirkhus had two goals and an assist, while Alyssa Burnell and Shannon DeRose both had a goal each.

Beacon 1, Lakeland 0

At Beacon, Chloe Antalek scored and Meagan Meeuwisse made five saves for the clean sheet.

Albertus Magnus 3, Tappan Zee 0

At Albertus Magnus, Carly Clinton, Hope Kehoe and Danielle LaRochelle all had goals, Mazie Stiles had two assists and Kaitlyn Krieder made four saves for the clean sheet.

Hamilton 8, Keio 1

At Hamilton, Amairani Rendon and Sophia Batchie both had two-goal games, while Maria Puerta, Lara Malaver, Jacky Pogyo and Lindsay Gonzalez all had a goal each. Hamilton, playing in its first-ever varsity season, finished 5-11. Erica Kojima scored for Keio.

Ardsley 4, Sleepy Hollow 3

At Sleepy Hollow, Samantha Torrellas, Talia Rubino, Izzy Brinas and Alex Irizarry all scored for Ardsley.

Solomon Schechter 4, Woodlands 0

At Woodlands, Lulu Wein scored twice, Lauren Weissman had a goal and two assists, Abby Jaeger had a goal and Reese Cohen had an assist.

John Jay-Cross River 1, Rye 0

At John Jay-Cross River, Willa Shiel scored on an assist from Erin Walsh.

Arlington 3, North Rockland 0

At Arlington, Kendall Feighan and Rachael Moran both had goals, Casey Schweitzer scored her first career varsity goal, Kira Murphy had two assists and Lauren Neville made four saves.

Yorktown 6, Brewster 1

At Yorktown, Alyssa Francese had a hat-trick, Ivana Pjetri had a goal and three assists, while Sarah Bonner and Valeria Manent had a goal each. Eleanor Keefe made 10 saves for Brewster.

Port Chester at Harrison, 5 p.m.

Pelham 5, Lincoln 0

At Glover Field, Emily Eicher, Meredith Kuster, Alicia Migliarini, Alison Emery and Anais Leon-Kelly all scored for the hosts.

Valhalla 1, Croton-Harmon 0

At Valhalla, Juliana Corradi scored on an assist from Shannon Brosnan, while Francesca Guzzo made 16 saves for the clean sheet.

Ossining 3, Ursuline 1

At Ossining, Jhada Francis scored twice, Sam Cozzolino had a goal and Helen Ishmael made five saves for the win. Jasmine Gerstner scored for Ursuline.

Hastings 1, Dobbs Ferry 0

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