Local roundup: Mike Rios sets records, but Marist loses in football

Local roundup: Mike Rios sets records, but Marist loses in football

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Local roundup: Mike Rios sets records, but Marist loses in football

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The Marist College football team ended its season with Saturday’s 34-10 loss to visiting San Diego in Pioneer Football League action at Tenney Stadium.

Marist (4-7, 3-5) lost five of its last seven games in its third straight losing campaign.

Mike Rios, Marist’s fifth-year senior wide receiver, caught 10 passes for 205 yards, setting a program record with 1,173 receiving yards. In addition, he caught a touchdown pass, giving him a program-record 17 for his career, passing James LaMacchia’s mark. Rios finished his career with 2,017 receiving yards, becoming the third Red Fox to eclipse the 2,000-yard plateau.

Men’s basketball

Franklin D. Roosevelt High School graduate Shereef Taylor had a team-high 25 points, but visiting SUNY New Paltz lost to SUNY Athletic Conference rival Buffalo State, 97-93, to drop to 3-3 and 1-1 in SUNYAC play.

Late Friday, New Paltz defeated Fredonia in a double overtime SUNYAC contest, 92-87. Deveino McRae led the Hawks with 23 points and 17 rebounds.

Old Westbury 91, Mount Saint Mary 74 — Joe Henain had 20 points and nine rebounds, but the host Blue Knights (3-3 , 1-1 Skyline Conference) lost.

Women’s basketball

Maliqua Fisher had 10 points and 10 rebounds as visiting New Paltz defeated Buffalo State, 58-50, to improve to 5-0 and 2-0 in SUNYAC play.

Late Friday, Kahsyrah Bryant had 18 points and 10 rebounds as New Paltz topped host Fredonia, 67-56, in SUNYAC play.

Bard 65, Elms 56 — Tytravia Riley had 18 points and 19 rebounds as the host Raptors improved to 5-0, the best start in program history.

Mount Saint Mary 78, Old Westbury 57 — Amanda Smith had 15 points as the host Blue Knights (3-3 , 2-0 Skyline Conference) won.

Vassar 76, Hunter 47 — Cydni Matsuoka scored 18 points, including the 1,000th of her career as the Brewers (4-0) won late Friday.

Men’s swimming

and diving

Late Friday in Baltimore, John Spitzer had a personal-best time in the 50-yard freestyle (20.96), and Jason Ruddy had a personal best 1:53.10 in the 200 individual medley at the H2Ounds Invitational. Jacob Baker won the 3-meter diving event for Marist.

Spader sets career-best at ECAC meet — Late Friday in East Meadow, Nassau County, New Paltz’s Jack Spader had a career best in the 1,650 freestyle in 16:54.65 at the ECAC Winter Championships at the Nassau County Aquatics Center.

Women’s swimming

and diving

Late Friday in Baltimore, Kate Conard swam to a personal best in the 500 freestyle (4:57.56), and Maddie Arciello finished first in a personal-best 23.79 in the 50 freestyle at the H2Ounds Invitational.

New Paltz relay team places third — The Hawks’ 200 medley relay of Yuka Suzuka, Carly Marshall, Ella Graffin and Katina Lown placed third in 1:50.23 at the ECAC Winter Championships at the Nassau County Aquatics Center.

Boys swimming

and diving

Visiting Beacon’s Jessie Rotering won the 1-meter diving competition with a score of 180.70, but the Bulldogs fell to Section 9’s Minisink Valley, 125-58, in the season-opener for both squads late Friday.

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