Patrick Tracy saved a late penalty kick to help the Arlington High School B boys soccer team earn a 3-2 victory over Haldane on Friday in Cold Spring.
Arlington B (2-1) scored twice in the first half. Chris Lockwood scored on an assist from Andrew Povall, and Mason Gilbert also scored.
The Blue Devils stormed back in the second half with two goals of from Aidan Draper.
In the 25th minute of the second half, Alex Zachoropoulos beat Haldane goalkeeper Garrett Quigley to give the Admirals the eventual winning goal.
“Tracy’s save was pretty big,” Arlington B coach Aidan Topley said. “Haldane had come back and had all the momentum. … The save gave our team some extra motivation.”
Marlboro 7, Chester 1 — Danny Cortez scored three goals to help the host Iron Dukes to a non-league win.
Jason Bruno scored twice for Marlboro and Carlos Garcia also tallied. Diamont Verjoni had four assists. Mariglen Verjoni had two assists.
Marlboro goalkeeper Brian Kuchinsky made four saves and teammate Anthony LoPiccolo made three.
New Paltz 2, Saugerties 0 — Sean Weinman and Carlos Cuellar each scored for the visiting Huguenots in a shutout win over the Sawyers.
Will Kay made two saves for New Paltz (2-2).
Webutuck and Millbrook played to a 0-0 tie in Amenia.
Webutuck goalkeeper Allie Steen made 18 saves for the Warrriors (0-1-1). Millbrook goalkeeper Lacie Callahan made four stops.
“Allie had a fantastic game,” Webutuck coach Mark Moren said. “She faced a lot of shots and made a couple of good, hard saves.”
Moren also noted strong play by Webutuck sweeper Shelby Adrian.
Cornwall 5, New Paltz 0 — Mikayla Cochrane made 22 saves, but the visiting Huguenots fell to the Green Dragons in a non-league game late Thursday.
New Paltz defeated Highland 168-246 at New Paltz Golf Course, led by Brian Pesavento, who shot a 2-over-par 38, which included seven pars.
Sean Copeland shot a 42 and Wesley Watts and Jimmy O’Connor each shot 44 for New Paltz (3-0).
Joe Pampinella was the low man for Highland (0-3), carding a 52.
Franklin D. Roosevelt 175, Saugerties 192 — Troy Farley shot a 6-over-par 40 for the visiting Presidents at Saugerties’ Lazy Swan Golf & Country Club Village.
Jeff Peters shot a 41 for Roosevelt (2-2).
SUNY New Paltz coach Matt Giufre picked up his 300th win in the New Paltz Invitational as the Hawks defeated Ithaca 23-25, 25-17, 25-15, 25-22.
Rhinebeck High School graduate Becca Borquist had 16 kills and seven digs in the win for the Hawks (7-3). In the day’s early match, New Paltz swept Old Westbury, 25-9, 25-5, 25-9.
Also in New Paltz, Mount Saint Mary was swept by both Ithaca and Salisbury. Play continues today.
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Danielle Conklin scored five goals to lead visiting New Paltz to an 11-1 win over Ramapo in Mahwah, N.J.
Dani Ackerman had two goals and two assists for New Paltz (3-2).
Ina Elcott won the 200-yard individual medley in 2 minutes, 20.10 seconds and the 100 freestyle in 57.83 as host Arlington defeated John Jay-Cross River 97-68 late Thursday at Poughkeepsie Middle School.
Other winners for Arlington were Kendra Graham (50 freestyle, 26.40), Clara Baker (100 butterfly, 1:01.19), Allison Noble (500 free, 5:55.83) and Megan Pagano (1:04.47). The Admirals (2-0 overall) won the 200 medley and 200 free relays.
John Jay 89, Putnam Valley 75 — Micah Jumpp was a double winner for the Patriots late Thursday, placing first in the 50 free (29.72) and 100 free (1:06.39) in the road victory.
Other winners for John Jay (1-1) were Julia Sweeney (200 free, 2:27.25) and Betsy Portch (500 free, 5:59.99). John Jay won the 200 free relay.
Our Lady of Lourdes 47, Yorktown 44 — Bridget Nikolski, Grace Nikolski and Lauren Conde each won individual events late Thursday as the Warriors won on the road.
Bridget Nikolski won the 200 free (2:21.19), Grace Nikolski won the 100 butterfly (1:07.56) and Conde captured the 500 free (6:22.20). Lourdes also won the 200 medley and 200 free relays.
Middletown 123, Rhinebeck 54 — In a loss late Thursday, Kathryn Bergin placed first in the 100 butterfly (1:01.31) and 500 free (5:23.46), and Kayla Weckesser won the 200 individual medley (2:30.66) and 100 backstroke (1:12.38). Kathryn Sistare added a victory in the 100 freestyle (1:05.44).