Jessica Tucci had 12 points, six assists and five steals as the Headless Horsemen took care of Lincoln convincingly Thursday afternoon, 64-17. Grace Carr added 13 points and six rebounds in the win.
Sleepy Hollow showed off some stellar defensive work, allowing just seven points in the final three quarters of play, including a 16-0 shutout in the third quarter.
Sleepy Hollow will play Clarkstown South in the tournament final on Saturday at 6 p.m. while Lincoln will play Hackley in the consolation game at 2 p.m.
Here are some more results we received tonight:
Clarkstown South 51, Hackley 42: In the semifinals of the Sleepy Hollow tournament at Sleepy Hollow, Laura Castaldo had 20 points. Allison Haugh had 14 points. The Vikings will play the winner of Sleepy Hollow/Lincoln Saturday at 6 p.m.
Ursuline B 42, Good Counsel 37: In the semifinals of the Eastchester tournament at Eastchester, Molly Sheehan had 13 points. Casey Friend and Amanda Vasilakis each had seven points. Tranisha Gumbs had 10 points for the Cougars. The Koalas will play the winner of Briarcliff/Eastchester Saturday at 6 p.m.
Irvington 62, Dobbs Ferry 38: In the semifinals of the 34th annual William Warnock Tournament Thursday at Irvington, Lexi Martins led the Bulldogs with 21 points. Teammate Brittni Lai had 15 points. Alyssa Chipello had 10 points for Dobbs Ferry and Kristin Foresti had seven. Dobbs Ferry will face Blind Brook in the consolation game at 2 p.m. Saturday and Irvington will play Ardsley in the tournament final at 6 p.m.
Mahopac 50, Minisink Valley 42: In the semifinals of the Maroon and White tournament at Scarsdale, junior Mairead Hynes led all scorers with 26 points. Sophomore Alayne Felix added 20 points for the Indians. Mahopac will play the winner of Scarsdale/Gorton in the championship on Saturday at 6 p.m.
Ardsley 52, Blind Brook 51: In the semifinals of the 34th annual William Warnock Tournament Thursday at Irvington, Toni Pilla scored 19 points for Ardsley and teammate Nicolina Chenard, a freshman, had 10. Lea Saliba had 19 points for Blind Brook and Shannon Reddy had 10. Dobbs Ferry will face Blind Brook in the consolation game at 2 p.m. Saturday and Irvington will play Ardsley in the tournament final at 6 p.m.
Blind Brook launched an enormous comeback in the game from a deficit of 45-26 in the third quarter. The Trojans trailed 50-49 in the game’s closing seconds but were unable to take control of the game.
“We didnt’ shoot the ball well and we missed some open layups,” Blind Brook coach Manny Martinez said. “I told the girls at halftme that we can come back into this game if they start making those shots. Sure enough, they did.”
Blind Brook fell in last year’s Class B Section 1 final to Irvington while Ardsley lost in the Class A quarterfinal (they are now playing in Class B).
“We have to keep the intensity up,” Pilla said. “I know that we backed down a little bit. We need to keep forcing the ball and pushing the ball so we can keep the lead.”