Katie Ruf, Heidi Simpfenderfer and Ameera Bhanji each won a pair of events, leading their Roy C. Ketcham girls swimming team to Monday’s 88-77 win against visiting Yorktown at Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh.
Ruf prevailed in the 100-yard freestyle (1 minute, 13 seconds) and the 50 freestyle (26.64). Simpfenderfer beat the field in the 200 individual medley (2:29.96) and the 100 butterfly (1:06.31). Bhanji claimed victory in the 500 freestyle (5:57.53) and the 200 freestyle (2:09.44).
Ketcham improved to 2-3 on the season.
Marlboro 96, Franklin D. Roosevelt 71 – Laynie Callo and Alyssa Hogancamp each won two individual events for the Iron Dukes in a victory late Monday.
Callo took first in both the 50 freestyle (28.75) and the 100 backstroke (1:10.71). Hogancamp triumphed in the 200 freestyle (2:23.69) and the 500 freestyle (6:25.46).
Hyde Park’s Presidents received victories from Sarah Izzo in the 100 breaststroke (1:20.82) and the 200 individual medley (2:35.46).
Cornwall 110, New Paltz 67 – Bridget Rodezno gave the Huguenots their lone individual victory late Monday, prevailing in the 200 individual medley in 2:20.31.
New Paltz also won the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relay races.
Minisink Valley 95, Rhinebeck 63 – Kathryn Bergin won the 200 freestyle (1:59.49) and the 100 butterfly (1:02.29) for the Hawks late Monday.
Mitchell Weiner carded a 3-over-par 39 for the Millbrook Blazers, who topped the Rhinebeck Hawks at Red Hook Golf Club, 168-218.
Jordan Stein added a 40 for the Blazers, who improved to 6-1.
Parker Knoop paced Rhinebeck (0-3) with a 45.
Red Hook 174, Wallkill 205 — Kyle VanWagner fired a 6-over-par 42 to pace host Red Hook at Red Hook Golf Club. Tim Sutton added a 43.
Onteora 157, Spackenkill 166 — For the first time in 44 regular-season matches, the Town of Poughkeepsie’s Spartans lost, despite a team-low 37 from Stanley Garrant at Woodstock Golf Club. He tied the victors’ Justin Lane for the day’s best score.
Greg Allen added a 41 for the Spartans, whose coach, Keith Humphrey, called Onteora an “excellent” team that posted a “solid 157” on the way to victory.
John A. Coleman Catholic 183, Pine Plains 239 — Rob Van Kleeck fired a 51 on Red Hook Golf Club’s par-36 course to lead Pine Plains in the MHAL match.
Abigail Arsenault’s goal with 13:20 left in the second half lifted the Pine Plains Bombers to a 1-0 victory on the road at Pine Bush.
Gabby Latendorf stopped four shots in goal to preserve the shutout.
Pine Bush fell to 1-2-1.
Onteora 3, Spackenkill 0 — Katie Murray finished with 19 saves for the Town of Poughkeepsie’s Spartans, who fell to 2-3.
Lakeland 8, Roy C. Ketcham 1 — Megan Saraceno scored the goal and Kara McConologue made 27 saves for Ketcham.
John Jay 0, Putnam Valley 0 — Goalie Jolei Buonnano made a save to keep Wiccopee’s Patriots in the game.
The Patriots left the field at 2-1-2 overall, while Putnam Valley stands at 1-2-1.
John Jay travels to Lakeland on Wednesday.
Allison Laubach and Grace Messenger were winners in straight sets at first and third singles, respectively, for host Marlboro in a 4-1 win over New Paltz.
Alice Lee won in three sets at second singles for New Paltz.
John Jay-Cross River 7, Arlington 0 — Host Arlington dropped to 3-3 overall.
“We played a very tough John Jay-Cross River team,” Arlington coach Gail Lynch said in a statement. “The girls actually played a lot better than the scores show. We pushed them to many deuce points.”
Our Lady of Lourdes 4, Somers 3 — Emily Ferreri posted a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Katie Kenfatty at first singles to lead host Lourdes.
Franklin D. Roosevelt 5, Ellenville 0 — Jessica Schroedl, Katrina Ackerman and Taylor Pierre all won in straight sets for visiting Roosevelt in the MHAL match.
Saugerties 5, Highland 0 — Giovanna Guiamaraes, Tavin Mitchell and Meghan Creen were all singles winners for visiting Saugerties in the MHAL match.
Pawling 4, Peekskill 1 — Joanna Sosiewicz, Julia Pecora and Caitlyn DeGennaro all won singles matches for host Pawling.
The Tigers received a win at second doubles from the team of Elisabeth Clemmons and Elvira Orozco.