The boys and girls track and field teams from Arlington High School each placed first in the large-school team standings at Saturday’s Tri-Valley Invitational in Grahamsville
The Arlington boys’ 229 points topped second-place Middletown (217.2).
Sibby Hanson, an Arlington senior bound for North Carolina State, was named the outstanding track athlete among male competitors in the large-schools division, having claimed victory in the both the 1,600-meter run (4:28.2) and the 3,200 run (9:29.2).
Among other Arlington boys who triumphed individually this day, Trenten Beram beat the field in the 400 dash (51.4) and the 200 dash (22.0); and teammate Steve Morrison (2:00.0) won the 800 run. The Admirals also won the 330 shuttle hurdles (48.8) and the 3,200 relay (8:36.7).
Arlington’s Bella Burta, named the outstanding track participant in the large-schools division for the girls, triumphed in the 3,000 run (10:17.5), while fellow Admirals Zola Golden won the 200 dash (25.2); Delphi Cleaveland beat everyone in the 1,500 run (4:59.3); and Alex Vincent cleared 8 feet to win the pole vault.
The Admirals’ girls also won the 3,200 relay (10:53).
In the small-schools division, Dover’s boys (94 points) took the runner-up spot, behind only victorious Tri-Valley (109.2). Pine Plains (41.2) placed fourth, followed by eighth-place Spackenkill (24), 10th-place Millbrook (8) and 12th-place Webutuck (4).
Dover’s Shakim Farell claimed victory in the discuss with his toss of 133 feet, 2 inches.
On the girls’ side, Dover and Spackenkill each collected 30 points to tie for fourth place in the small-schools standings. Pine Plains and Millbrook finished with 13 points, tying for 10th place, and Webutuck (10) finished 12th.
Red Raider Relays – The John Jay Patriots’ foursome of Charles Tankeh, Courtney Hunte, Aaron Hamilton and Dante Harris took third place (1:33.81) in the 800-meter relay at the Red Raider Relays, hosted by North Rockland.
John Jay’s same team finished fourth in the 400 relay, crossing the line in 45.33 seconds.
After rain washed out the Red Hook Invitational, the annual event is scheduled to be played today at Red Hook Recreation Park.
The tournament’s first rounds are set to start at 10 a.m. and noon, with the consolation games slated to begin at 2 p.m. The consolation and championship finals are scheduled for 4 p.m.
John F. Kennedy Catholic 7, Pawling 3 – With six runs in the bottom of the sixth innings, Kennedy went on to win.
Pawling scored a pair of runs in the top of the seventh to cut the victors’ winning margin.
With its 10-9 overtime victory over visiting Siena, Marist earned at least a share of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular-season championship.
Just 31 seconds into the extra session, Drew Nesmith filled the net to break a 9-9 tie and give the Red Foxes a piece of the title, Marist’s first since 2004.
Jim Marks, one of 14 upperclassmen honored as part of the Red Foxes’ Senior Day ceremonies, led Marist with three goals.
Marist, which improved to 9-2 overall and 5-0 in MAAC play, wraps up the regular season this week with a pair of matches.
The Marist Red Foxes split a MAAC doubleheader with visiting Iona on Saturday, winning the first game, 14-4, and dropping the second game, 6-1.
Zach Shank tripled twice, scored three runs and drove in five runs in the opener for the Red Foxes. In the second game, Nick McQuail doubled home a run.
SUNY New Paltz split a SUNY Athletic Conference doubleheader with host SUNY Oswego, winning the opener, 10-7, and losing the second game, 9-1.
Marissa Monaco was 4 for 5 with two runs scored and three RBI in the opener for the Hawks (18-13, 9-5). Andrea Feeney contributed four hits ad two RBI, and Noelle Grande added three hits and a run scored. Shayna Burgess had two hits and four runs scored.
Marist splits – The Red Foxes beat MAAC rival Iona, 5-4, in the first game of a twinbill before falling in the nightcap, 12-4.
On the day, the teams combined to hit seven home runs, including three by Marist, which left the diamond with a 17-21 record.
Rhinebeck graduate Jeff Berstell won in both singles and doubles actions, but his Dutchess Falcons lost at home to the Culinary Institute of America, 5-4.
Dutchess, which fell to 2-4 on the year, begins the Region XV tournament at Suffolk on Friday.
Jacqueline Dasha and Allyson Bayless were among the singles victors for the Steels, who also won a pair of matches via forfeit.
The SUNY New Paltz Hawks got three goals apiece from Julia Johnson and Erin Tornatore, but lost their home finale to Cortland, 22-10.