Roundup: Lopez's goal lifts Ketcham boys soccer in road victory

Ulices Lopez scored to lift Roy C. Ketcham over host Clarkstown North High School, 1-0, in boys soccer on Thursday.

Dover 6, Pawling 3 — Wyatt McIntyre and Kenny Joseph each scored twice and Jamal Williams had two assists to lead visiting Dover. Gabe Dellevigne and Mitch Ibarra each added a goal, and Rodrigo Merchan, Romero Pasqual and Matt Cropley each had an assist for the Dragons (10-3).

S.S. Seward 4, Millbook 2 — Chris Maresca and Zeke Kopilak scored for the host Blazers (5-8).

Ellenville 3, Highland 0 — Dylan Warren made nine saves in the loss for visiting Higlhand late Thursday.

Faith Christian Academy 2, Upton Lake Christian Academy 2 — Nick Koch and Gheeson Gordon each had a goal for the Falcons.

Girls soccer

Molly Feighan scored twice to lead host Arlington in a 5-0 win over Carmel.

Taylor James scored off a pass from Meggie Buttinger three minutes into the second half to put the Admirals on the board. Molly Sobolewski and Kaylee Sturans each added a goal for Arlington (11-2).

New Paltz 4, Newburgh 0 — Cerissa DiValentino had three goals and an assist to lead host New Paltz. Lia Kucera added a goal and an assist.

Red Hook 4, Saugerties 1 — Isabelle LaBarbera scored twice and had an assist to lead visiting Red Hook. Megan Jankowiak made four saves for the Raiders (14-0).

Highland 3, Ellenville 0 — Teresa Mozello and Danielle McGrath each scored for visiting Highland late Thursday. The Huskies created the final margin when Ellenville scored an own goal in the 50th minute.

Roosevelt 5, Pine Push 2 — Camryn Tarkos and Sydney Currier each scored two goals for the visiting Presidents.

Hendrick Hudson 3, Our Lady of Lourdes 2 — Isabella Burke and Julia Schlottmann both scored for the host Warriors.

Goshen 2, Marlboro 0 — Eliz Fino had nine saves for the visiting Iron Dukes (8-6)


Maggie Linseth had 16 assists and eight digs, helping lead John Jay to a 25-12, 25-22, 25-23 win over visiting Roy C. Ketcham. Skylar Kellam added two aces, nine digs and a kill for the Patriots (7-7).

Brianna Rizzo had 13 digs for Ketcham (4-11).

Arlington 3, Clarkstown North 0 — Michaela Sciacca had 16 assists, five aces and five digs for the Admirals (6-6) in a 25-15, 25-13, 25-15 win.

Haldane 3, North Salem 0 — Brooke Vahos had 17 kills, 18 digs and four aces to lead host Haldane in a 25-17, 25-13, 25-20 win. Sophia Carnabuci added 29 assists and four aces, and Apryl Norton had eight kills, nine digs and four aces, and Mackenzie Patinella had seven digs, seven kills and four aces for the Blue Devils (9-7).

Rondout Valley 3, Roosevelt 1 — Meg Kelly had 17 digs and seven aces for host Roosevelt, though Rondout Valley won, 25-23, 24-26, 25-13, 25-18. Gianna Felipe added five assists, two aces and two digs, and Amber Ilker had four kills for the Presidents (5-4).

Saugerties 3, Marlboro 0 — Jewel Schroder had six kills for the Iron Dukes (4-8), but host Saugerties won 25-14, 25-17, 25-22.

Pine Plains 3, Dover 0 — Haley Strang had eight digs, five blocks, 10 kills and 20 assists for the visiting Bombers, who won 25-18, 25-20, 29-27.

Ariana Ball had one ace, five service points, 11 assists, three kills, a block and two digs for the Dragons.

Dover beat Pine Plains 25-20, 25-16, 22-25, 21-25, 25-23 late Wednesday. Euphenie Andre had 35 kills to lead the visiting Dragons. Ball added 42 assists and seven digs, Sammi Beebe had 23 digs and Calise Henry had 20 kills and eight digs.

Mackenzie Burton had 12 digs and four kills for Pine Plains. Ashley Starzyk added seven blocks, Rebekah Koch had six digs and six assists, and Johanna Schmidt had five blocks, five kills and four digs.

Field hockey

Isabela Santiago, Ava Panzer and Frankie Fleming each scored for Pawling, which beat visiting Valhalla 3-0.

Fox Lane 5, Roy C. Ketcham 1 — Nikki Mancuso scored off an assist from Katie Wall for host Ketcham.

Horace Greeley 2, John Jay 0 — Ali Peritz had six saves for the visiting Patriots (7-3-4).

Rondout Valley 2, Spackenkill 0 — Elizabeth Schwoerer made 16 saves for visiting Spackenkill.