With just 10 days remaining in the regular season, here is how each league title race stands.
League I-A: Ketcham is in first place with a 4-0 record, but Arlington has also yet to lose in league play at 2-0. The two teams were rained out on Wednesday. They’ll play twice, with the Admirals also having two league games to play against Kennedy.
League I-B: John Jay and Mahopac are tied for first at 4-1 after splitting their two matchups and each team has three more league games to play (two against Carmel and one against Brewster for John Jay; two games Somers and one against Carmel for Mahopac). Somers is still in it at 2-2 with two league games to play against both Brewster and Mahopac.
League I-C: Four teams are still in the race here. Panas and Beacon are each 3-2 after splitting with each other, while Hen Hud is 2-1 and Lakeland is 2-2. Panas will play a two-game series with Lakeland next week, while Beacon will play a two-game series with Hen Hud.
League I-D: North Salem is in firm control at 8-0-1 in league play. The Tigers still have five league games remaining, but will clinch a title with wins in at least two of the five.
League II-A: Tuckahoe leads the pack with a 5-1 mark and two games to play against Yonkers Montessori. The Tigers will lock up a title with a split.
League II-B: White Plains is 6-1 in league play and has clinched at least a share of the title. The Tigers will lock it up with a win at Scarsdale on Friday. If they lose, the door will open for New Rochelle to tie if the Huguenots win their final four league games. New Ro split with White Plains and is currently 2-2 in league play with two games apiece to play against Scarsdale and Mount Vernon.
League II-C: Sleepy Hollow sits in first place at 5-1 with two to play against Dobbs Ferry. Ardsley is still alive at 4-2 with two to play against Hastings, but the Panthers were swept by the Headless Horseman.
League II-D: Saunders controls its own destiny at 4-0 with two games to play against both Lincoln and Riverside.
League II-E: Eastchester is unbeaten in league play at 6-0 and will claim a title with at least a split in two upcoming games against Yonkers. Pelham and Yonkers are tied for second at 3-2.
League III-A: Rye Neck took control with a win over Keio on Tuesday, which improved the Panthers to 4-0 in league play. The Unicorns are still in it at 4-1 with another game against Rye Neck at Staten Island Stadium on Friday. Rye Neck also has two games to play against Valhalla and one against Blind Brook, while Keio has two coming against Blind Brook.
League III-B: Briarcliff is in prime position to win a league title at 6-0 with Pleasantville and Ossining left on its schedule. Pleasantville is 3-2 and could shake things up with a win over the Bears.
League III-C: Fox Lane sits atop the standings at 5-0 with two to play against both Horace Greeley and Rye, and one more game remaining against Byram Hills. Harrison is in second place at 4-2, but the Huskies were swept by the Foxes.
League IV-A: North Rockland is 5-0 and will lock up a league title with two wins in its final three league games (the Red Raiders have one to play with Clarkstown South on Friday and two more coming against Suffern). Clarkstown South is in second at 3-2.
League IV-B: A three-way tie between Tappan Zee, Pearl River and Nyack will be decided in the next week. Each team is 3-1 with four league games to play. TZ has two games remaining against both Nyack and Pearl River, who split with each other. Pearl River also has a two-game set coming against Albertus Magnus, while Nyack has two more to play against Nanuet.