Tong Guerra collected three goals and two assists as his Red Hook High School boys lacrosse team defeated host John S. Burke Catholic, 7-3, on Saturday.
Nick Michitsch contributed two goals, and Ian Taylor added a goal and two assists for the Raiders.
Highland 6, Saugerties 4 – Chris Schlappich scored two goals and added an assist, propelling the Huskies to a home win that raised their record to 4-1 on the season.
Four other Highland players contributed one goal apiece.
Steven Beck assisted on two goals for the Huskies, who play New Paltz at Marlboro on Monday.
The Sawyers fell to 1-5 overall.
John F. Kennedy Catholic 19, Our Lady of Lourdes 3 – Andrew Bulson scored two goals for the Warriors, who fell to 3-4 on the year.
Alex Guevara, making his first career start in goal for the Warriors, made 14 saves.
Lourdes travels to Peekskill on Tuesday.
Wappingers 12, Carmel 3 – Sean Jennings and Wilder Rumpf scored three goals each for the Warriors, who prevailed at home on Thursday.
Ellie Reck finished with two goals and one assist to lead visiting Wappingers in a 12-5 loss to Putnam Valley.
Jenna Lasaponara added two goals and Dana Volk tallied one for the Warriors (1-5), who host Arlington on Tuesday. Carly Teabolt made five saves.
Croton-Harmon 9, Beacon 2 — Jasmine Buckley and Aneesa Dika each had a goal for visiting Beacon, which hosts North Salem on Monday.
Our Lady of Lourdes 17, Beacon 7 — Meghan Riccardi scored six goals and Catherine Gallery added five as the host Warriors defeated the Bulldogs late Friday.
Sophia Stanford tallied three goals for Lourdes (2-4), which got individual tallies from Allie Imperati, Danielle Keenan and Alex Goebelbecker. Lourdes goalie Julie Canevari made 10 saves.
Mari Hernandez and Gabi Kerr each scored twice for Beacon (0-5). Aneesa Dika, Kelsey Sullivan and Samantha Waters also scored for the Bulldogs. Beacon goalie Jasmine Santana made 14 saves.
Millbrook 13, New Paltz 0 — Julia Galantich had six goals and two assists as the visiting Blazers defeated the Huguenots late Friday.
John S. Burke Catholic 21, Highland 4 — Sam Valentino scored twice and Samantha Mazzella and Alessia Cutugno also scored, but the host Huskies lost late Friday.