Chris Alpay, Daniel Muenkel and Trevor Attile each won two individual events as the Arlington High School boys swim team defeated host Yorktown, 49-42, on Tuesday.
Alpay was a winner in the 200-yard freestyle and 100 butterfly, and Muenkel took first place in the 200 individual medley and 500 freestyle. Attile sprinted to wins in the 50 and 100 freestyles. All three swimmers swam on the winning 200 medley relay.
New Paltz 98, Kingston 85 — Hudson Carroll (100 backstroke, 200 individual medley) and Emile Kuyl (50 and 100 freestyles) each won two individual events for visiting New Paltz in the Orange County League meet.
Seamus Quinn (500 freestyle) and Jackson Beveridge (100 breaststroke) took first place in one event apiece for the Huguenots.
Valley Central 116, Rhinebeck 53 — Nolan Graziano took first place in the 50 freestyle and 100 backstroke for visiting Rhinebeck in the Orange County League meet.
Graziano sprinted to a time of 24.6 in the 50 freestyle and 1:07.41 in the 100 backstroke.
Monroe-Woodbury 99, Franklin D. Roosevelt 60 — Alex Jones and Robert Hoffman were winners in the 100 backstroke and 100 breaststroke, respectively, for visiting Roosevelt in the Orange County League meet.
With his team trailing by three points, heading into the last bout, Brandon White earned a pinfall 5:40 into his 160-pound match to earn the John Jay Patriots a 40-37 win over host Mahopac.
“Mahopac was beating us, 37-34, heading into the final match,” said John Jay coach Jamie Weaver, recalling White’s heroics. “He was actually losing, 5-2, and in the second period, he just started scoring away, and he got the pin in the third.”
The victory was the Patriots’ first against the Indians since 2008.
“It was a big win,” Weaver said, “and all the kids really stepped up and got what we needed.”
John Jay (10-13) travels to Wappingers Falls on Thursday to oppose Roy C. Ketcham.
Arlington 59, Beacon 9 — Travis Becker (120), Adam Ortiz (138), Taylor Herbert (160) and Ivan Javonovic (132) all won by pin for visiting Arlington.
Malachai Maloney was a winner by decision at 126 pounds for Beacon.
Brewster 50, Roy C. Ketcham 27 — Visiting Ketcham competed without six starters due to illness and injury.
“They battled tough,” Ketcham coach Joe Warren said of his team.
Murphy Wilson (220) and Dave Emery (152) were winners by pin for the Indians (7-6). Grant McGeary won by decision at 138.
Putnam Valley 61, Our Lady of Lourdes 23 — Tyler Estremera (170) and Jacob Wiegard (195) were winners by pin and technical fall, respectively, for host Lourdes.
The Warriors will be competing Saturday at the Highland Tournament.
Brianna Dixon and Peppy Smith were winners in the vault and uneven bars for host New Paltz in a 154.5-120.15 Section 9 triumph over Wallkill.
The Huguenots improved to 3-2.
Taylor Folchetti scored twice, but Pawling fell, 5-3, to Mahopac at Trinity-Pawling Rink.
Matt Poletta also tallied for the Tigers (3-9-1). Thomas Klinger made 31 saves.