Irvington’s Aine Cleary was on a scoring tear this past week, but her exploits were not enough to lift her team to a victory.
On May 11, Irvington fell, 17-14, at Croton-Harmon despite six goals and an assist from Cleary. Irvington also received two goals and two assists from Charlotte Calick, two goals and an assist from Amanda Raimondo, two goals from Hannah Tuckett, a goal and an assist from Kayla Mizrachi, and a goal from Malka Halliwell. In goal, Scarlett Whitney and Jordan Lenz made four saves apiece.
On May 13, the visiting Bulldogs fell, 12-10, at Westlake. Cleary paced Irvington with five goals, while Halliwell scored three times. Calick and Raimondo each tallied once. Lenz recorded five saves in goal.
On May 15, Cleary scored four goals in a 12-9 loss at Briarcliff. She also added two assists. Halliwell, Calick, Carleigh Taylor, and Claire Bray also scored, while Lenz made five saves in goal.
On May 17, Cleary finished with six goals and an assist, but was overshadowed by host Ossining’s Kacie Scarduzzio, who scored 13 goals in her team’s 16-15 win. Brady and Calick each added hat tricks, while Grace Brady, Tuckett, and Halliwell had a goal apiece.
HASTINGS received four goals from Sharin Clarke-Deutsch, but fell short, 9-7, to visiting Ossining on May 11. Kate Ryan scored twice and assisted on one other goal for the Yellow Jackets, while Chloe Caraballo had a goal and an assist. Vivian Smith made four saves in goal for Hastings.
The Jackets also lost, 20-8, to visiting Croton-Harmon on May 12. Ava Nelson had four goals for Hastings, while Clarke-Deutsch scored three times and Sophia Ballard once. Livi Mielke notched two assists, while Smith made eight saves in goal.
Playing their third game in as many days, Hastings added to the win column with an 11-8 triumph at Ardsley on May 13.
Ryan led the Yellow Jackets with five goals, while Nelson added three and Clarke-Deutsch two. Mielke also found the net once, while Alexa Polakoff was credited with four saves.
Morgan Fodiman’s four goals topped Ardsley, while Mia Ward scored twice. Emily Fitzsimmons had a goal and an assist, while Juliet Stempler tallied once. In goal, Tanya Shukla turned aside four shots.
Clarke-Deutsch and Ryan each found the net three times on May 17 in an 18-9 loss to visiting Sleepy Hollow. Caraballo added a goal and an assist, while Mielke also scored twice. Nelson and Ballard had an assist apiece, while Smith was credited with 10 saves in goal.
DOBBS FERRY snapped a three-game losing streak with a 12-5 win at Blind Brook on May 13. Samantha Horsfield had five goals and an assist for the Eagles, while Julia Schwabe added four goals, an assist, and nine draw controls. Adeline Haddad and Genevieve Bragg also found the net; for Bragg, a freshman, it was her first varsity goal. Ashley O’Connor and Haddad combined to scoop up 16 ground balls, while freshman keeper Ruby Spielberger made eight saves.
The Eagles’ luck did not carry over on May 15, when they fell 14-13 to visiting Ossining. Jacqueline O’Connor had four goals for Dobbs Ferry, while Horsfield and Haddad each found the net three times. Ashley O’Connor, Kayla Halvorsen, and Kendall Krauss scored once apiece for the Eagles, who received five saves in goal from Spielberger.
On May 17, Horsfield (four goals), Schwabe (three goals), Ashley O’Connor (three), and Jacqueline O’Connor (three) combined for 13 tallies in the host Eagles’ 16-12 win over Ardsley.
Haddad added a pair of goals for Dobbs Ferry, while Halvorsen scored once. In goal, Grace Healy made six saves for the Eagles.
Morgan Fodiman led Ardsley with five goals and two assists, while Emily Fitzsimmons scored four times. Juliet Stempler, Lily Moskowitz, and Jade Hager each tallied once for the Panthers, who received eight saves in goal from Tanya Shukla.
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Christina Fatato and Morgan Fodiman each scored twice for ARDSLEY in a 17-9 loss at Sleepy Hollow on May 14. Tanya Shukla made four saves in goal for Ardsley.