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Irvington 67, Vahalla 31: In a Class B quarterfinals game at No. 1 Irvington, Brittni Lai had 18 points, nine steals, and five assists for the Bulldogs. Alexis Martins scored 11 points and teammate Marley Giddins had 10 points and six rebounds. Jade Fumarelli scored nine points for the No. 9 Vikings. Irvington will play No. 4 Kennedy Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at the Westchester County Center in the semifinals.
Albertus Magnus 49, Nanuet 32: In a Class A quarterfinals game at No. 4 Albertus Magnus, Ryan Doherty had 19 points and three assists. Teammates Kelly Guarino and Maeve Parahus each had 11 points, and Christine O’Riordan added 15 rebounds. Theresa Jelalian had 14 points for the No. 21 Golden Knights. Albertus Magnus will play No. 1 Pearl River on Thursday, TBA, at the Westchester County Center in the semifinals.
Dobbs Ferry 40, Briarcliff 36: In a Class B quarterfinals game at No. 3 Dobbs Ferry, Kristy Degner had 14 points, six of which came in the third quarter when the Eagles outscored the Bears 12-4 to take control of the game, and had 12 rebounds. Alyssa Chipelo had 12 points and 10 rebounds. Brianna Celaj scored 14 points for the No. 6 Bears. Cassidy Carafiello scored 11 points. Dobbs Ferry will play the winner of No. 7 Blind Brook and No. 2 Croton-Harmon Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the Westchester County Center in the semifinals.
Pearl River 75, John Jay 52: In a Class A quarterfinals game at No. 1 Pearl River, Christa Scognamiglio had 25 points and seven steals and Allison Cook had 20 points, including six 3-pointers for the Pirates. Teammate Christy Carty had 12 rebounds and Kerry Sullivan had seven steals. Raegan Knox had 20 points for the No. 9 Indians. Pearl River will face No. 4 Albertus Magnus in the semifinals on Thursday, TBA, at the Westchester County Center.
Blind Brook 54, Croton-Harmon 36: In a Class B quarterfinals game at No. 2 Blind Brook, Leah Saliba had 18 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter, and dished out five assists with four steals for the Trojans. Teammate Ali Silfen had 17 points, seven rebounds, and five steals, and Jaqueline Lavitt added 15 rebounds. Grace Mulligan had 12 points for the No. 7 Tigers. Blind Brook will face No. 3 Dobbs Ferry in the semifinals on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Westchester County Center.
Kennedy 42, Woodlands 38
Tappan Zee 56, Byram Hills 52
Sleepy Hollow 54, Ardsley 43