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lohud boys soccer 2022 Section 1 tournament picks and scoreboard

It’s the absolute best time of the season.

Win or go home.

This is where you’ll find the daily schedule for Section 1 tournament games along with Mike Dougherty’s pick to win each contest (in bold) and recaps of each game. Links to our coverage will also be included.

Play hard. Have fun. Good luck.

Dougherty:Boys soccer: 2022 Section 1 tournament previews, predictions and players to watch

Stats:These are the regular-season’s most productive scorers and playmakers

lohud rankings:Scarsdale and Yorktown carry momentum into Section 1 tournament

Tuesday, Oct. 25


Class AA

No. 1 Scarsdale 3, No. 8 Clarkstown South 1

Henry Rifkin got the Raiders on the board 20 minutes in, scoring off the Alex Duval assist. The Vikings played the final 56 minutes a man short, but knotted the score just after the intermission. Lorenzo Galeano in his first game back from injury, got Scarsdale back on top with help from Nico Galeano. Leo Khang added insurance with 18 minutes to go, depositing a Henry Rifkin feed. Next: No. 5 John Jay-East Fishkill.

No. 5 John Jay-East Fishkill 4, No. 13 Mamaroneck 0

Erik Popp delivered two goals and an assist to end a Cinderella run by the defending champion Tigers. Connor Howe added one goal and one assist. Andy Melendez also scored. Next: No. 1 Scarsdale.

No. 7 New Rochelle 1, No. 2 Arlington 0

Daniel Santos netted the biggest goal of the season with help from Juan Latorre, giving the Huguenots the statement win they’ve been closining in on for the last month. Next: No. 6 White Plains

No. 6 White Plains 2, No. 3 North Rockland 0

Abraham DeOliveira got to the corner and set up a one-touch goal from Rhaymani Alexander with 10 minutes gone. Jair Cano came up with a win in the back third in the closing minutes, beat two defenders in transition and took a shot that was not saved cleanly. Alexander cleaned up the rebound. Milo Kris earned the shutout, making six saves. Next: No. 7 New Rochelle.

Class A

No. 1 Yorktown 2, No. 8 Somers 1

Adrian Pjetri netted a free kick 10 minutes into the game, sending the Huskers into the break with a 1-0 lead. Matt Pozo got the second Yorktown goal off a Sean Horlacher setup. Dylan Ingraham scored for the Tuskers, who drew four red cards and had a late goal disallowed. J.P. Frucco recorded five saves to lock down the win. Next: No. 5 Greeley.

No. 5 Greeley 2, No. 4 Lakeland 1

Game story:Greeley made the most of each opportunity and sent Lakeland home

No. 2 Tappan Zee 3, No. 10 Nyack 1

Ryan Shalvey got the Dutchmen on the board early. Jack Murphy and Jack Kryger each collected one goal and one assist. Next: No. 3 Rye.

No. 3 Rye 3, No. 11 Pearl River 1

Eamon O’Meara had the Pirates in front with 13 minutes gone, scoring off a Charlie Seidel assist, but Jonas van Beurden converted a Jack Childs setup four minutes later to make it 1-1 at the half. A penalty kick from van Beurden with 10 minutes to go put the Garnets on top and Stijn Terlouw added one more in the final minute off a Charlie O’Rorke assist. Next: No. 2 Tappan Zee

Class B

No. 1 Briarcliff 4, No. 8 North Salem 0

Emilio Abud-Chalita and Alex Josey gave the Bears needed breathing room early in the second half, scoring in a span of 60 seconds. Sebastian Lai and Justin Plank also scored while Miles Prosperino handed out a pair of assists and Nathaniel Rohde dished one. Next: No. 4 Keio.

No. 4 Keio 2, No. 12 Valhalla 1

No. 2 Bronxville 1, No. 7 Rye Neck 0

Derek Bilyeu deposited a corner kick sent in by Will Redman with 17 minutes to play. Miles Jernigan came up with four saves to earn the shutout. Hamza Abdalla stopped seven shots for the Panthers. Next: No. 6 Byram Hills.

No. 6 Byram Hills 2, No. 3 Irvington 1

Chris Amenedo got the Bobcats in front with 11:28 to go in the opening half. Greg Shrayer had the assist on the set piece. Jesse Goldstein provided insurance after the break. Brandon Dhanoolal scored for the Bulldogs with 18 minutes to play. Next: No. 2 Bronxville.

Saturday, Oct. 22

First round

Class AA

No. 8 Clarkstown South 2, No. 9 Suffern 1

Brandon Ardon Flores got the Mounties on the board 10 minutes in with help from Issac Hernandez, but Jared Shupak and John Desti answered before halftime. Destil and Zach Nudel had the assists. Anthony Winkler made four saves, including a point-blank stop to preserve the win. Next: No. 1 Scarsdale.

No. 13 Mamaroneck 0, No. 4 Ossining 0, 2OT

Game story:Boys soccer: Mamaroneck survives the drama at Ossining, advances in a shootout

No. 5 John Jay-East Fishkill 3, No. 12 Ketcham 1

Connor Howe delivered a hat trick for the Patriots, who got assists from Erik Popp and Derek Viebrock. Next: No. 13 Mamaroneck.

No. 7 New Rochelle 3, No. 10 Port Chester 1

Daniel Camacaro scored twice and Yemikami Matemula netted one goal for the Huguenots, who got assists from Rene Lopez, Juan Latorre and Jonathan Alvarez. The game was scoreless at the break. Christian Alvarez scored for the Rams. Kayo de Oliveira made six saves for New Rochelle. Next: No. 2 Arlington.

No. 3 North Rockland 2, No. 14 Spring Valley 0

Melvin Guanga opened the scoring 10 minutes in, converting a Kevin Vides feed. Owen Canjura provided insurance with eight minutes to play with help from Johnny Marin. Danny Fitzsimmons made seven saves to lock down the shutout. Kender Louisthelmy made eight saves in the loss. Next: No. 6 White Plains.

No. 6 White Plains 2, No. 11 Carmel 1 OT

Rhaymani Alexander scored three minutes into the first overtime, shooting into an open net from 20 yards out after Jorge Ordonez sent the ball in and the keeper misplayed a clear. Kyle Klammer gave the Rams a 1-0 lead seven minutes in, but Alexander cleaned up a the rebound after Charles Reed put a shot on goal later in the half. Milo Kris made three saves, including a diving effort in the second half to keep Carmel from retaking the lead. Next: No. 3 North Rockland.

Class A

No. 1 Yorktown 5, No. 16 Fox Lane 0

Nick Varela did not waste any time, scoring 63 seconds into the game off a Matt Pozo assist. He later set up David Beitler to make it a 2-0 cushion. Anthony Spina, Michael Munson and Pozo also scored for the undefeated Huskers. Adrian Pjetri, Chris Coppola and Beitler also had assists. Next: No. 8 Somers.

No. 8 Somers 2, No. 9 Sleepy Hollow 0

Matthew D’Ippolito scored off a 40-yard throw-in from Lucas Arbalez in the first minute. He netted a second header off an Alex Aguilar throw later in the game. Next: No.1 Yorktown.

No. 4 Lakeland 2, No. 13 Mahopac 0

Michael Rodriguez scored off a David Rodriguez assist and Bryan Jaramillo netted a goal off a Derek Jaramillo feed. Oban Rader made three saves for the Hornets. Alex Ruzzo stopped 14 shots to keep the Indians close. Next: No. 5 Greeley.

No. 5 Greeley 5, No. 12 Harrison 1

Braiden Sottile converted a penalty kick to give the Huskies an early lead, but Justin Xiang drove in the equalizer from 25 yards out in the 24th minute. Bryce  Bernbach sent the Quakers into the break with a 2-1 lead. Dominic Larizza added to the lead when he netted a Bryce Bernbach throw-in and Greeley added goals from Bonback and Larizza. Diego Velasco had six saves in the win. Next: No. 4 Lakeland.

No. 2 Tappan Zee 3, No. 15 Panas 1

Ryan Shalvey fed Brady Jacobs for a goal three minutes in to get the unbeaten Dutchmen started. Ronak Das got the equalizer off a Jacob Malfant assist midway through the opening half, but Jack Kryger scored a pair of goals in the second half off Jack Murphy assists. It was his first game back after missing six games with an injury. Next: Nyack.

No. 10 Nyack 5, No. 7 Eastchester 1

Brendan Dillon, Xavier Kamba and Freddie Hurson built a 3-0 lead in a matter of 21 minutes as the RedHawks came out with more intensity. Declan McLaughlin finally got the Eagles on the board with 14 minutes to play off a Liam Jeannotte assist, but Durson and Kamba responded in kind. “It was the best start we’ve had all season,” Kamba said. “That’s how we want to start every game. We had to work on our defense and today our defense stepped up big time. Everyone on the front three scored and that was important for us.” Kamba also dished out a pair of assists while Alan Kapetanovic and Hurson dished one apiece. Zane Stone made seven saves in the win. Next: No. 2 Tappan Zee.

No. 3 Rye 2, No. 19 Pelham 1

Jonas van Beurden scored in the final minute of the first half, but it was 1-1 after Christian Howell answered in the opening minute of the second half. The game-winner came from van Beurden, who converted a Stijn Terlouw feed with three minutes to play. Kyan Cox made four saves for the Garnets and Nolan Profett stopped nine shots for the Pelicans.

No. 11 Pearl River 2, No. 6 Peekskill 2 2OT

Rob Dominik made two saves in the shootout and Jack Dupas netted the deciding kick, giving Pearl River a 3-0 shootout win. Nikita Gulyaev and Mike Rayward each had a goal in regulation for the Pirates. Ryan Donnelly and Evan Cruz set them up. Jonnathan Mendieta dn Randy Tapia scored for the Red Devils, who got assists from Chris Chalco and Cris Chuchi. Crus and Gulyaev also converted in the shootout. Next: Rye.

Class B

No. 1 Briarcliff 1, No. 16 Blind Brook 0

Ethan Klar ended the deadlock in the opening minutes of the second half, scoring off a setup from Emilio Abud Chalita. Toby Young made two saves to lock down the win. Jack Bachmann made five saves for the Trojans. Next: No. 8 North Salem.

No. 8 North Salem 2, No. 9 Pleasantville 0

Sean Randall gave the Tigers the lead with 19:41 to go in the first half. Andrew Viebrock provided the assists. Caleb Elias gave North Salem breathing room with 4:21 remaining when he scored, converting a Nick Naber assist. George Naber got the shutout, making 13 saves. Next: No. 1 Briarcliff.

No. 4 Keio 5, No. 13 Croton 2

Sohma Yamauchi led the Unicorns, finishing with three goals and two assists. Next: No. 12 Valhalla.

No. 12 Valhalla 4, No. 5 Dobbs Ferry 1

Luka Pandzic opened the scoring for the Vikings off an Owen Rubio-Heeney assist. Anthony Impelluso scored with help from Vincent Reyes just before the half to make it 2-0. The Eagles got on the board in the first minutes of the second half when Brandon Jaundoo fed Toby Thurston, but Chris Purchia set up Matt Del Gatto for his first varsity goal and Oliver Tecuapetla added more insurance. Leo Dragone made four saves for Valhalla. Next: No. 4 Keio.

No. 2 Bronxville 5, No. 15 Westlake 0

Miles Courtney broke through with a pair of goals in the opening minutes of the second half then completed the hat trick with 20 minutes to play. Will Redman set up the first two and Chris Houves got the next assist. Charlie Hodlike and Sebastian Wortel tacked on goals with help from Derek Bilyeu and Valentino Quieti. Next: No. 7 Rye Neck.

No. 7 Rye Neck 3, No. 10 Hastings 1

Adil Bolatov scored an unassisted goal in the 10th minute, then set up Rocco Ruscitto early in the second half. Noah Vienne made it a 3-0 advantage with 20:58 to play. Zeke Manly ended the shutout bid, converting a penalty kick with 10:25 remaining. Hamza Abdalla made five saves for the Panthers. Next: No. 2 Bronxville.

No. 3 Irvington 3, No. 14 Albertus Magnus 1

Brandon Dhanoolal jump-started the Bulldogs, netting a free kick from just outside the box. He also played a corner to Xavier Canfin, who made it 2-0 before the intermission. Ben Kroop added to the lead, scoring off a Canfin setup. Jack Van der Spuy made 15 saves for Irvington. Connor Benvenuto scored the Falcons goal. Next.: No. 6 Byram Hills.

No. 6 Byram Hills 2, No. 11 Edgemont 1 OT

Aidan Heffner scored the golden goal off a Jesse Goldstein corner kick. Goldstein also had the Bobcats’ first goal. Next: No. 3 Irvington.

Thursday, Oct. 20

Outbracket games

Class A

No. 16 Fox Lane 3, No. 17 Gorton 0

Zach Foltz allowed the Foxes to settle in quickly, scoring the first of his three goals three minutes into the game. Miguel Ortega finished with one assist. Eli Daglio got the shutout. Next: The Foxes visit top-seeded Yorktown on Saturday.

No. 13 Mahopac 4, No. 20 Clarkstown North 2

Game story:Mahopac opens sectionals with a program win over Clarkstown North

No. 12 Harrison 2, No. 21 Hen Hud 1

Jayson Viola kept the season alive for the Huskies, breaking a 1-1 deadlock with five minutes remaining. Braiden Sottile got the first goal on a penalty kick and set up the game-winner. Next: Harrison goes to No. 5 Greeley on Saturday.

No. 15 Panas 6, No. 18 Roosevelt 0

Jacob Malfant and Koky Duarte each had a pair of goals for the Panthers, who took a 3-0 lead into the intermission. Ronak Das and Denzel Zhinin also scored. Jefferson Velasquez handed out a pair of assists while Das and Daniel Coello each handed out one. Kai McCarron and Johan Easaw combined on the shutout. Justin Fernandez and Miguel Baizon each made three saves in the loss. Next: Panas goes to No. 2 Tappan Zee on Saturday.

No. 19 Pelham 1, No. 14 Nanuet 0

Walter Jaklitsch scored in the 30th minute off a Joe Matucci assist. Next: Pelham visits Rye on Saturday.

No. 11 Pearl River 4, No. 22 Riverside 1

Nikita Gulyaev scored twice for the Pirates, who got one goal apiece from Ben Swierzawski and Devin Koljenovic. The assists were delivered by Emmett Killeen, Mike Killeen and Evan Cruz. Rob Dominik made two saves in the win. Munem Alhassan scored for the Rams and Jose Murrieta stopped nine shots. Next: Pearl River visits Peekskill on Saturday.

Class B

No. 16 Blind Brook 2, No. 17 Ardsley 1 OT

Dan Karetsky scored the golden goal, converting a Bryce Oling assist. Jack Bachman finished with five saves for the Trojans. Karetsky also set up Nico Palacios for the first Blind Brook goal. Next: The Trojans hit the road to play top-seeded Briarcliff on Saturday.

No. 15 Westlake 6, No. 18 Yonkers Montessori 4

Tom Lyden went off for the defending champions, netting four goals. Vangelis Bishkoff and Elliot Albaum scored one apiece for the Wildcats. Haris Velovi finished the season with a hat trick and Nicky Ljuljic netted one goal for the Eagles. Next: Westlake visits No. 2 Bronxville on Saturday.

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