Field hockey

Danehy, Garayo, Agosta, and Violante lead big scoring day; Somers tops JJ

Field hockey is generally thought of as a low-scoring game. But that certainly wasn’t the case Wednesday as 66 balls found the back of the cage.

Credit goes in part to Mamaroneck’s Paige Danehy, Harrison’s Tasha Garayo, Rye’s Lainie Agosta and Croton’s Loretta Violante, who all registered hat tricks or better.

Below are recaps of their games and others.

Mamaroneck 9, North Rockland 0: Paige Danehy had herself quite a day at the Red Raiders’ expense. She scored five times as the Tigers improved to 2-0 in league play

Sophie Brill, Molly Banks, Brigid Knowles and Elizabeth Brissette each had a goal, as well.

Brissette and Sophie Miller had two assists and Banks and Hannah Hanely had one.

North Rockland goalie Megan Mallozzi had eight saves.

Somers 4, John Jay-Cross River 2: John Jay had a huge win earlier this week against Horace Greeley but couldn’t get past Katie Campbell and the Tuskers, who improved to 6-1-1 with the win.

Campbell had two goals and an assist.

Emma Kittredge and Taylor Turchick also scored for Somers and Teagan Lucchese added an assist.

Tyman Cronin netted both goals for John Jay.

Goalie Haley Martinsen stopped eight shots for John Jay. Jess Monaco had four saves for the Tuskers.

Rye 9, Pelham 1: Lainie Agosta scored three times and Fusine Govaert, Lotje Rogaar and Kate Stevens each found the net twice.

Rogaar also had four assists, Govaert two assists and Alex Meyers and Emily Mann one assist each.

Delia Crotty had the Pelican goal.

Lindsay McNamara had nine saves for Pelham and Alexis Peters had three.

Maggie Devlin had three saves for Rye.

Clarkstown North 0, Ursuline 0: Kacey Moyna stopped five shots for Ursuline and Alexa Laquidara had four saves for the Rams.

Ursuline's Kacey Moyna stops a shot from Clarkstown North freshman Maureen Donegan..

Ursuline’s Kacey Moyna stops a shot from Clarkstown North freshman Maureen Donegan..

Croton 7, Rye Neck 1: Paced by Loretta Violante’s hat trick and Teagan Burke’s two goals, the Tigers bounced back in a big way from Tuesday’s loss to Bronxville.

Emily Kehoe and Maggie Dymes also scored.

Arielle Vergara had two assists and Violante, Burke and Kehoe each had an assist.

Jasmine Cores scored for Rye Neck with Alison Cohen picking up the assist.

While Tiger Maddy Camillieri was peppered with shots during a standout performance in the 3-1 loss to the Broncos, she had only four shots Wednesday, stopping three of them.

Scarsdale 4, Suffern 0: Erin Nicholas scored twice as the Raiders gained their fifth win against only one loss.

Julia Jamesley and Oliva Haller also scored and Jilly Mehlman and Angie Burns added assists.

Alyssa Sanchez had an outstanding game in net for Suffern, stopping 21 shots.

Lila Horwood had four saves for Scarsdale.

Horace Greeley 4, Ketcham 1: Lauren Neff scored twice and had an assist.

Nikki Potter and Kathryn Graham also had goals.

Potter, Fiona Grant and Catherine Brennan each had an assist.

Julia McDaniels scored off a Katie Wall assist for Ketcham.

Kristen DeSousa had 14 saves for Ketcham and Willa Kuhn stopped two shots for Greeley.

Harrison 5, Byram Hills 1: Tasha Garayo scored four times and Sophie Mittman had a goal and an assist for the Huskies.

Lea Samiento and Lila Mogavero also had assists and Nellie Fisher had three saves for Harrison.

Niki Giacco scored the Bobcat goal.

Byram Hills goalie Serena Feldman had seven saves.

Hackley 5, Horace Mann 1:

Karina Bridger had two goals and an assist and Catherine Meyer also scored twice.

Mirabel Mallett had the other Hornet score.

Alex Meyer and Lexi Schechter both had an assist for Hackley.

Lily Kessler scored off a Julia Roth assist for Horace Mann.

Jenny Canoni had nine saves for Hackley and Bliss Beyer had eight saves for Horace Mann.

Pearl River 1, Sleepy Hollow 0: Sarah McNamee scored.

Marissa Fortugno had 13 saves for Sleepy Hollow. Kerry Gettler stopped four shots for Pearl River.

Clarkstown South 5, White Plains 0: Colleen Geyer, Danielle Noia, Grace Dempsey, Kaitlyn Ahle and Emily Guazza scored.

Annie O’Neil had two saves and Geyer, Dempsey and Ahle one each.

Jennifer Ortega had 12 saves for the Tigers. Jackie McDonnel had six saves for the shutout win for Clarkstown South.

Other games

John Jay-East Fishkill 6, Yorktown 0

Twitter: @HaggertyNancy

0 comments

Latest News