Hannah Cermack scored her lone goal in overtime for Ridgewood as the Maroons topped Agnes Irwin (Penn.), 7-6. Chelsea Trattner had a hat trick and Claire Smesko added two goals and an assist. Next: @ Chatham (April 19, 4:15 p.m.)
Jenn Medjid had five goals and two assists, Caitlin Cook had four goals and one assist, Celia Concannon had three goals and two assists and and Kelly George had one goal and four assists in a 17-11 win over Darien. Next: West Genesee (April 18, 4:30 p.m.)
Ally Mastroianni scored five goals and added an assist in Bridgewater-Raritan’s 14-8 victory over Moorestown, the top team in South Jersey. She added four more goals and two more assists in a comfortable win over Watchung Hills later in the week. Next: Phillipsburg (April 20, 6 p.m.)
Darien had a busy week consisting of two wins and a loss. The Blue Wave defeated Brien McMahon, 20-1, and Staples, 19-8, but fell short to No. 2 Garden City. Against Staples, Ashley Humphrey scored a game-high five goals and one assist, Christine Fiore scored four goals, and Emma Jaques had three goals and two assists.
After a disheartening loss at home to Garden City, the Friars have reeled off four straight wins over St. John the Baptist, Holy Trinity, Kellenberg and Our Lady of Mercy. Next: Archbishop Molloy (April 18, TBD)
Julia Szynal recorded a hat trick to lead Summit past Smithtown West (LI), 9-7, this week. Anna Griffith and Anna Huntley-Roberston chipped in with two goals apiece. Next: Glen Ridge (April 19, 4 p.m.)
Kate Mulham had five goals, Kerry McKeever had three goals and Courtney Carollo and Nicole Liucci had two goals and one assist apiece in a 17-7 win over Sachem East. Next: @ Bay Shore (April 18, 4:30 p.m.)
Emerson Cabrera had five goals and one assist, Olivia Carner had two goals and five assists and Kate Boland and Nicole Orella had two goals and two assists apiece in a 16-6 win over Bay Shore. Next: @ Commack (April 18, 4:30 p.m.)
Kyla Zapolski had two goals and five assists, Brooke Sparacio had four goals and one assist, Jacqueline Mason had two goals and two assists and Julia Imbo had two goals and one assist in a 19-2 win over John Glenn. Next: @ Mt. Sinai (April 19, 5:45 p.m.)
Jesse Arline had four goals, Samantha Higgins had a hat trick, Mikayla Dwyer and Sophia Triandafils had two goals and one assist apiece and Isabella Meli had one goal and four assists in a 14-8 win over Mattituck/Southold. Next: Hampton Bays (April 19, 4 p.m.)
Jamie Ortega had four goals and four assists, Amanda Masullo had three goals and three assists, Sophie Alois and Ava Barry had three goals and one assist apiece and Amy Hofer netted a pair of goals in a 16-9 win over Riverhead. Next: @ Connetquot (April 18, 4 p.m.)
The Mustangs have two losses by a combined three goals, including an 8-6 road defeat to Notre Dame Prep (MD) last Tuesday. They will try to avoid their first losing streak of the season when they face Bayport-Blue Point Wednesday. Next: Bayport-Blue Point (April 19, 5:45 p.m.)
Taylor Carson had three goals and one assist, Megan Gordon had two goals and two assists, Kayla Conway had a goal and Emma Lemanski made 12 saves in a 6-4 win over West Babylon. Next: @ Syosset (April 19, 4:30 p.m.)
Kennedy Slater had two goals and three assists, Arden Tierney had three goals, Isabel Grant and Maggie Casey had two goals apiece and Rebecca Kinsley had one goal and two assists in a 12-9 win over Cold Spring Harbor. Next: @ Walton (GA) (April 20, 5:55 p.m.)
Caroline DeBellis, Sophia DeRosa and Grace Tauckus scored two goals apiece and Kate Kotowski had one goal and four assists in a 12-9 loss to Sacred Heart, the Seahawks second consecutive defeat. Next: @ North Shore (April 20, 4:30 p.m.)
After defeating Maryland’s Maryvale Prep, 15-12, Bronxville headed back to New York with a full week off. The Broncos get back into gear this week starting with Fox Lane.
Yorktown had a big week with two statement wins. The Huskers defeated previously-ranked North Rockland, 17-9, and had a major comeback with against Suffern, 17-15, after trailing 8-1. Against Suffern, Michelle Seger notched seven goals while Rilea Fusco sank another four.
The Sharks headed down I-95 and suffered their first loss of the season, falling to Bishop Ireton (VA), 12-10, last Wednesday. Next: @ Kings Park (April 19, 4 p.m.)
Somers continues their four-win streak with a dominant performance over John Jay-Cross River, winning 14-2. For the Tuskers, Livy Rosenzweig scored four goals and two assists, while Teagan Lucchese added three goals and an assist.
Mamaroneck continues to crawl up the rankings with their undefeated record and impressive season thus far. The Tigers defeated Mahopac, 16-10, in their sole game of the week. Madeline Riordan led scoring with five goals and four assists, while Sarah Bennett and Julia Kwait each sank three goals.