As is with most Saturday’s, the day will be relatively light, but we will have some live coverage for you. Phil Terrigno will be stopping by the Rye at Rye Country Day game for a feature he will be writing on RCDS. Follow Phil on Twitter at @PhilTerrigno for updates.
In other news, Ossining senior Saniya Chong will continue her quest to become the greatest scorer in section history when her and the Pride host Spring Ford of Pennsylvania. Chong enters the game 70 points shy of the all-time mark (2,662 points) set by Karen O’Connor in the mid-1980s.
I doubt you’ve been tracking, but Phil Terrigno and I are having quite the week in terms of predictions. Since Tuesday, we have posted (what I like to think is) an impressive 45-8 record, just shy of 85 percent correct picks. Check out our numbers over the course of the week:
Monday, Jan. 28: No games (Snow)
Tuesday, Jan. 29: 9-4
Wednesday. Jan. 30: 8-2
Thursday, Jan. 31: 14-1
Friday, Feb. 1: 14-1
Saturday, Feb. 2: TBD
In fact, since Jan. 21, we are picking just over 81 percent winners, with an 70-16 record. Will the hot streak continue? We’ll find out…
Here’s a look at the list of scheduled games:
Saturday, February 3
Valley Central at Tappan Zee, 11 a.m.
Dobbs Ferry at Pelham, noon
Non-region opponent at Keio, 12:30 p.m.
Hamden Hall at Masters, 1:30 p.m.
Rye at Rye Country Day, 2 p.m.
Spring Ford (Pa.) at Ossining, 4:30 p.m.
Panas at Lakeland, 5 p.m.
Today’s record: 0-0
Season record: 237-71