Allie Pushkarsh and Kaleigh Schanz scored two goals apiece as the Arlington High School girls soccer team defeated host Our Lady of Lourdes, 5-0, at Stringham Park on Wednesday.
Kira Murphy added a goal, and Biz LaTuso assisted on the Pushkarsh goals for the Admirals (10-2).
Arlington led only 1-0 at halftime.
“It was a well-played first half,” Lourdes coach Kara Sefcik said. “We had a lapse in the second half and they had some great shots from the outside.
“Arlington is a very good and very well-coached team.”
Lourdes travels to Wiccopee to play John Jay on Friday.
Haldane 3, Hendrick Hudson 1 — Kate Lahey scored in each of the overtime periods as the host Blue Devils handed the Sailors their first loss in Conference I League C play.
“Both goals were challenges on their defense and a great through ball by Allie Monteleone,” Haldane coach Gary Van Asselt said. “We made two great passes and Allie left it wide open for Kate to make a great shot. It was two great finishes by Lahey.”
Monteleone scored the game-tying goal in the first half for Haldane (7-4). Cali Schweikhart made nine saves for the Blue Devils. Haldane visits Yorktown on Friday at 4 p.m.
Franklin D. Roosevelt 3, Wallkill 2 — Jessica Demczar, Sara Dingee and Heather Kelly scored for the Presidents (4-6) in a Mid-Hudson Athletic League win at Wallkill.
Arielle Ames made seven saves for Roosevelt.
Red Hook 3, Rondout Valley 0 — Claire Dyal, Julianne Wilkinson and Caitlin Swanson each scored for the Raiders, who improved to 9-0-2 with a road MHAL win.
Ashley Pica made eight saves for Red Hook.
Marlboro 3, Highland 2 — Andrea Schoonmaker, Victoria Fino and Emily Henry each scored for the Iron Dukes (4-5-1) in a MHAL home win.
Morgan Ivich and Alessia Cutugno scored for Highland (6-4).
Michelle Nowak made six saves for Marlboro, while her counterpart, Kara Benicase made eight saves for Highland.
Putnam Valley 2, Poughkeepsie 1 — Martinique Hyman scored the host Pioneers’ only goal on an assist from Esmeralda Castellanos in the loss.
Ellenville 4, Pine Plains 0 — Gianna Tucillo made eight saves, but the host Bombers lost an MHAL game.
Onteora 5, Webutuck 0 — Allie Steen made 16 saves, but the visiting Warriors lost an MHAL match.
Mahopac 1, Roy C. Ketcham 0 — Mary Margaret McElduff made 13 saves, but surrendered a goal with one second left in the first half as the Indians lost on the road.
Ketcham (2-8) hosts Carmel at 4:30 p.m. on Friday.