Matt Bosse and Stephen Kelleher each won two individual events as the Our Lady of Lourdes High School boys swim team defeated host Beacon, 91-80, on Monday.
Bosse took first place in the 100-yard butterfly (58.75) and 100 backstroke (57.61), and Kelleher won the 500 freestyle (5:08.64) and 200 freestyle (1:57.30).
Our Lady of Lourdes bested Dobbs Ferry on the road, 42-24, with Tyler Estremera (182 pounds) and Alex Ostachowski (195) each winning by pin.
Lourdes received five other wins by forfeit.
The Roy C. Ketcham boys basketball team clawed back from a 20-point third-quarter deficit and took the lead, only to lose at Suffern, 56-54, in its season opener.
Joey Flanagan’s 21 points led Ketcham, and Tim Reilly added 12.
“We dug ourselves too big of a hole to start out,” said Ketcham coach Matt Paino, whose team hosts Carmel on Thursday.
Aidan Pelish and Darien Demelis scored 10 points apiece for host Franklin D. Roosevelt in a 64-45 non-league loss to Monroe-Woodbury.
The Presidents host Ellenville today in their Mid-Hudson Athletic League opener.
Bard College’s Tytravia Riley was named the Liberty League’s Performer of the Week after averaging 24 points and 19.5 rebounds per game in two losses last week.
The sophomore from Miami was 20 for 35 from the floor and 8 for 11 from the free-throw line.
Mount Saint Mary College’s Lauren Becerra received Skyline Conference Women’s Swimmer of the Week honors for winning four individual events last week.
The sophomore took first place in the 100 backstroke, 200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke in a 131-68 win over Maritime and won the 500 freestyle in a 122-103 loss to William Paterson.
Allocco wins hono
r — SUNY New Paltz’s Chelsea Allocco was named the SUNY Athletic Conference Women’s Swimmer of the Week after hitting NCAA provisional qualifying times in the 1,650 freestyle (17:17.62) and 500 freestyle (5:00.76) at the ECAC Winter Championships.
Vassar College’s Tom Wiechert and Mount Saint Mary’s Matt Garcia earned a spot on the National Soccer Coaches Association of America NCAA Division III All-East Region first and second teams, respectively.
Garcia, a junior forward from Wappingers Falls, led the conference with 17 goals and 42 points. Wiechert led Vassar with 12 goals.
Vassar College defeated Kutztown, 24-15, at the American Collegiate Rugby Association’s third-place match in Florida late Sunday.
Margaret Kwateng finished with four tries, and Roy C. Ketcham High School graduate Mary Margaret McElduff added two conversions for Vassar.