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The Archbishop Stepinac vs Cardinal Hayes CHSFL Class AAA game scheduled to be played on Saturday afternoon was postponed due to safety concerns on the field and will be rescheduled for Sunday at 12:15 p.m. at Stepinac High School.
For the second season in a row, Iona Prep pushed Brunswick late, but the Bruins had just too much Nick Henkel.The junior quarterback threw a career-high six touchdown passes as Brunswick topped Iona Prep, 48-40.
Matt Valence completed two of his three touchdown passes to junior teammate Will Loffredo as Fordham Prep recorded an 29-14 non-league victory over Warwick Valley at Fordham University Saturday night.
Marlboro has three guys its comfortable putting under center. How the Iron Dukes handle the trio will determine if Marlboro wins yet another Section 9 title.
Brewster topped the defending Section 1 Class A champions, Our Lady of Lourdes, in a 20-7 victory behind quarterback Jack Guida and a strong defensive effort up front.
Defending Section 1 Class B champ Westlake gets off to a dream-like start in 2016, scoring on its first three offensive plays in Saturday’s 41-8 win over visiting Putnam Valley.
Romeo Holden returned the opening kickoff 91 yards and added 99 yards and another touchdown on just nine more touches in New Rochelle's 34-13 season-opening win over North Rockland.
Archbishop Stepinac raced out to a 17-point halftime lead before holding on to defeat Cardinal Hayes, 20-12, to win its second consecutive CHSFL Class AAA league title on Saturday night at Fordham University.
Cardinal Hayes and defending league champions Archbishop Stepinac will battle for the CHSFL Class AAA title on Saturday night at Fordham University at 6:30 p.m. on #MSGV_Live