Dillon Petrillo scored four goals as the host Arlington High School boys soccer team defeated Carmel 6-1 on Saturday in Freedom Plains to clinch the Section 1 Conference 1 League A title.
Peter Petrillo added a goal and two assists for Arlington (9-5). Mike Vanikiotis also scored for Arlington, which received two assists from Anthony Germano.
Rhinebeck 1, Red Hook 0 – Finn Ashworth scored unassisted in the 27th minute as the host Hawks edged the Raiders in the Andy Bennett Sports Tournament.
Ethan Viator made two saves for the Hawks (11-1-1). Red Hook’s Ryan Hobson had two saves.
Bennett was a three-sport athlete at Rhinebeck who died in a car accident during the 12th grade. The high school hosts an annual athletic tournament in his honor.
Beacon 6, Hendrick Hudson 0 – Kyle Davis had two goals and two assists to lead visiting Beacon. Zack Kotzias had a goal and two assists and Devin Lambe had a goal and an assist for the Bulldogs (8-5).
Faith Christian Academy 6, Harmony Christian 0 – Dalton Lois had a hat trick and Manny Cabral scored twice as the visiting Falcons (5-6-1) won in Circleville late Friday
Isaac Sabrado scored and Andrew Cruz made 12 saves for FCA.
Onteora 3, Pine Plains 1 — Christian Aldana scored a goal for host Pine Plains in the loss late Friday.
Michelle Giamportone scored three goals to lead Rhinebeck in a 4-1 win over Wallkill in the Andy Bennett Sports Tournament at Rhinebeck.
Stephanie Cassens added a goal and an assist, Sam McClenahan had two assists and Dani Amidon made seven saves for the Hawks (12-1).
Red Hook 2, Columbia 1 – AJ Fuchs-White scored the winner off a pass from Isabelle LaBarbera in the 35th minute for visiting Red Hook. Columbia scored early, but LaBarbera tied it on a feed from Abby Williams in the 28th minute. Megan Jankowiak made five saves for the Raiders (12-0).
Peekskill 2, Pawling 1 – Nicole Merchan scored and Kelly Koerner made six saves in the loss for visiting Pawling.
Briana Kanthak scored off a pass from Amanda Izold with 4:54 left in regulation for the Spartans, which beat the Hawks 1-0 in the consolation game of the Andy Bennett Sports Tournament at Rhinebeck High School. Liz Schwoerer made five saves for the Spartans (1-6-4).
Grace Johnson had 12 saves for Rhinebeck (2-9-1).
Roy C. Ketcham 1, Yorktown 1 – Cailin Divney scored on an assist from Julia McDaniel as the visiting Indians tied the Huskers late Friday. Kristin DeSousa made eight saves for Ketcham.
Rondout Valley 0, John Jay 0 — Goalie Lauren Kelly had 10 saves for the visiting Patriots (7-3-3) late Friday.
Onteora 1, Webutuck 0 – Mikayla Milano had six saves, but the host Warriors lost to the Indians late Friday.
Boys cross country
Arlington’s Joseph Morrison won the 5-kilometer race at the John Lombardo Invitational in Saugerties as his Admirals also won the team scoring.
Also placing in the top 10 were Red Hook’s Jack Hobson (second, 16:04.80), Arlington’s Brendan Foley (third, 16:16.84), Arlington’s Colin Waters (fifth, 16:34.39), Arlington’s Michael Asselmeyer (sixth, 16:39.10), Marlboro’s Cliff Rood (seventh, 16:42.14) and Arlington’s Andrew Pfeifer (eighth, 16:44.05).
Murray places third in Byram Hills – John Jay’s Sean Murray took third (17:25) as the John Jay boys team finished 14th at the Bobcat Run in Byram Hills.
Girls cross country
Arlington won the team title at the John Lombardo Invitational in Saugerties.
Top ten finishers included Arlington’s Riley Loughlin (second, 19:13.57), Red Hook’s Sheena Dwyer-McNulty (third, 19:19.01), Red Hook’s Mia Michaelides (fourth, 19:22.85), Arlington’s Mikayla Anderson (sixth, 19:48.98), Arlington’s Madeline Garrett (eighth, 20:13.75), Arlington’s Cassandra Williams (ninth, 20:34.05) and Spackenkill’s Jeena Chun (10th, 20:36.88).
Williams places 14th at Bobcat Run — Rachel Williams placed 14th overall, leading the John Jay girls cross country team to an eighth-place finish in the Bobcat Run at Byram Hills. Williams completed the course in 20 minutes, 53 seconds.
Timm places 10th at Eastern States run — Our Lady of Lourdes’ Caroline Timm placed 10th at the Eastern States run at the Manhattan Invitational at Van Cortlandt Park in 14:54.90.
Cynthia Ma, Sarah McCall and Rachel Li each won in straight sets as visiting Spackenkill swept Highland 5-0 late Friday.