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Stepinac had its championship season ended just short of perfection on Sunday, falling 23-10 in the first ever New York CHSAA state championship.
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Stepinac jumped out to a 21-0 lead after one quarter and cruised past previously-unbeaten St. Peter's of Staten Island, 56-0 in the CHSFL 'AAA' semifinal round.
Millbrook’s Michael DoCarmo scores seven touchdowns as the Blazers defeat Woodlands, 42-23, in the NYS Class C quarterfinals on Saturday at Mahopac High School.
Rye topped Yorktown 35-14 on Saturday night, winning its first Section 1 Class A championship in school history. Garnets' quarterback Andrew Livingston set the Section 1 all-time passing yards record in the victory.
John Jay-EF took home the Section 1 Class AA championship on Saturday afternoon, topping Arlington 13-3. The Patriots are the first ever Class AA champion from Dutchess County.
Arlington forced a turnover in the final minute and kicked the game-winning field goal as time expired in the Section 1 Class AA semifinals on Saturday
Sleepy Hollow sophomore sensation Jonathan Gomez rushes for 114 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries as the Horsemen defeat visiting John Jay-CR, 27-14, in Saturday’s Section 1 Class A quarterfinal.
Panas scored the final 22 points of the game to defeat Sleepy Hollow 25-21 at home on Senior Night. The Panthers qualified for the playoffs for the third straight year with the win.
Ardsley junior kicker Jonny Khym kicked a 32-yard field goal to lift the Panthers to a 24-21 triple overtime win over defending Section 1 Class B champion Pleasantville.
Led by an impressive two-quarterback attack, Stepinac (5-0) remained undefeated on Saturday, knocking off CHSFL-rival Iona Prep (3-2) 35-19 in comeback fashion.