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It’s already Week 6 of the high school football season. See where our team of reporters will be this weekend, highlighted by Rye-Harrison on Sunday.
Josh Thomson, jthomson@lohud.com

In the video above or the schedule below, you can find out which games we’ll cover this weekend. The rest of the scores and recaps will be posted tonight after (can you believe it?) several teams end their regular seasons.

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Speaking of the untimely, I have some family wedding festivities on Friday and Sunday, but my colleagues will post final scores, game recaps and more after tonight’s games are complete. You can help us by sharing information on your game by reporting it to us on Twitter at @lohudsports or @lohudinsider or by texting or e-mailing me.

Last thing: We will have up-to-the-second score updates on the Twitter feed embedded beneath the schedule. Check it out!

PREDICTIONS: See Josh’s picks for all of this week’s high school football games

RANKINGS: Rye-Harrison, unbeaten John Jay-Lourdes to meet

Friday’s scores

Rye Country Day 25, Hopkins 14
Yonkers Force 14, Scarsdale 0
Arlington 34, Mahopac 28 (OT)
Ossining 28, Mount Vernon 26
Pearl River 28, Beacon 27 (OT)
Clarkstown South 27, Yorktown 7 @vzmercogliano
Clarkstown North 30, Nyack 20
Carmel 41, Ramapo 6
Ketcham 20, Suffern 10
Mamaroneck 55, White Plains 41 @hoopsmbd
Pelham 57, Poughkeepsie 42
Spring Valley 27, Byram Hills 6 @zacchio_lohud
Tappan Zee 33, Lakeland 12
John Jay 49, Lourdes 28 @stephenhaynes4
Hen Hud 33, Panas 0
Ardsley 48, Albertus Magnus 0
Somers 33, Horace Greeley 0

Game of the Day

Pearl River 28, Beacon 27 (OT): An extremely close match-up ended up coming down to wire; both teams scored in overtime, but Pearl River converted its PAT, while Beacon missed. Nick Malfitano scored what proved to be the winning touchdown.

Player of the Day

Bryce Ford, John Jay: What can’t this kid do? Playing against an unbeaten team and one of the Class A favorites in Lourdes, the quarterback rushed for 251 yards and five touchdowns and went 11 for 15 for 175 yards and two passing touchdowns to lead the Indians to a huge win. The seven total touchdowns set a program record.

Friday’s recaps

Clarkstown South 27, Yorktown 7: At South, junior Kyle Walker ran for 230 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries. Drew Tallevi completed 13 of his 24 passes for 166 yards and a touchdown. R.J. Lamarre caught seven of those passes for 110 yards and a score, while adding 31 yards on the ground. John Thom ran for 90 yards on 11 carries and Joey Zingaro had two interceptions on the defensive side. Be sure to read Vince Mercogliano’s story for more on this game.

Ardsley 48, Albertus Magnus 8: At Ardsley, Brett Loccisano ran for 118 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries. Jalen Leonard-Osbourne ran for 91 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries and James Lebberes also ran for a score. Frank Belarge added a 7-yard touchdown pass to Vincent Manzi.

Spring Valley 27, Byram Hills 6: At Spring Valley, Jayden Cook had two touchdowns and two interceptions to lead Spring Valley, which clinched a playoff birth with the win. Cole Picca anchored Byram’s defense with two interceptions. Be sure to read Mike Zacchio’s story for more on this game.

Mamaroneck 55, White Plains 41: At Mamaroneck, Tommy Dillon completed 13 of 20 pass attempts for 249 yards and four touchdowns. He also had a rushing touchdown and caught an 18-yard pass. Shane Smith had 20 carries for 162 yards, while also finishing with two interceptions, totaling 112 return yards on them with one them ending as a pick-six. Be sure to read Mike Dougherty’s story for more on this game.

Rye Country Day 24, Hopkins 14: At Hopkins, Alex Kelly had 19 carried for 125 yards and a touchdown, while Allan Houston III had 130 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries for the Wildcats. Cullen Coleman added an 18-yard rushing touchdown, while Cameron Coleman had a team-leading 10 tackles.

Yonkers Force 14, Scarsdale 0: At Gorton High School, Tyrek Greene had 136 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries for the Force. Eliajah Chambless had 13 carries for 74 yards, and Mahari Wills chipped in with a rushing touchdown.

Pelham 57, Poughkeepsie 42: At Pelham, Kevin Coleman ran for 301 yards, had five rushing touchdowns and added 48 receiving yards to lead the Pelicans. He also rushed for and threw for two-point conversions. Carlo Volpe threw for 123 yards and three touchdowns, and also rushed for 51 yards.

John Jay 49, Lourdes 28: At Lourdes, John Jay quarterback Bryce Ford set a program record with seven touchdowns. He rushed for 251 yards and five touchdowns and went 11 of 15 for 175 yards and two scores. Be sure to read Stephen Haynes’ story for more on this game.

Clarkstown North 30, Nyack 20: At Clarkstown North, Dupree Darden rushed 28 times for 166 yards and two touchdowns and Jared Katz added 12 carries for 103 yards and two scores for the Rams. Tino Crespo led the defense with 15 tackles and Mike McDowell had seven tackles and an interception. Nyack quarterbacks Gavin Figueroa and Kevin Fowler combined for 193 yards on 21 carries and each scored a touchdown. Tiberius Davis also scored for the Indians, who played without starting QB Raylens Boutin (collarbone).

Somers 33, Greeley 0: At Somers, Jack Kaiser scored all five touchdowns for the Tuskers. He rushed for 111 yards and four scores and brought back a kickoff 73 yards for another touchdown. Charlie Balancia added 112 yards on the ground and had an interception. Somers has won four straight.

Hen Hud 33, Panas 0: At Panas, Manny Carbone went 9 of 17 for 200 yards and two touchdowns and had 13 carries for 123 yards and a touchdown on the ground for Hen Hud. Jordan Grullon added 11 carries for 123 yards and two scores. Donte White and Michael Fasolino each caught touchdowns.

Tappan Zee 33, Lakeland 12: At Tappan Zee, Matt Makar rushed 10 times for 126 yards and a touchdown and had two catches for 70 yards in the loss. Tyler Santucci went 10 for 23 for 160 yards, a touchdown and an interception.

Arlington 34, Mahopac 28 (OT): At Arlington, Tim Cegielski had 20 carries for 210 yards and two touchdowns in the loss. Anthony Corrado went 21 of 30 for 184 yards, one touchdown and one interception and rushed for another 43 yards and a score for Mahopac. Corrado connected on 13 passes to Reahl Allen for 120 yards and a score.

Ossining 28, Mount Vernon 26: At Ossining, Izaiah Steen rushed for what proved to be the winning touchdown early in the fourth quarter.

Pearl River 28, Beacon 27 (OT): At Beacon, Nick Malfitano scored and Pearl River kicked the extra point in the overtime. Zach Van Houten, Aidan Murphy and Matt Vilaboy all added rushing touchdowns for the Pirates, who improved to 5-1.

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