Local roundup: Pine Plains field hockey wins shutout

Local roundup: Pine Plains field hockey wins shutout


Local roundup: Pine Plains field hockey wins shutout


Kaitlin Croghan scored five times for the visiting Pine Plains field hockey team in an 8-0 Mid-Hudson Athletic League triumph over Webutuck High School in Amenia.

Monica Smith added two Pine Plains goals, and Rachel Beam scored once.

Sophia Tomasatti made 10 saves on 21 Pine Plains shots. Webutuck dropped to 1-1 overall and 0-1 in league play.

Pine Plains hosts Red Hook on Wednesday.

Roy C. Ketcham 1, Clarkstown South 1 — Battling fatigue on a turf surface in their first game of the season, the Indians preserved a tie on the road.

Kara McConologue turned away 21 shots, including a flurry in the second half in which Clarkstown South racked up many of their 24 shots and 13 penalty corners.

Megan Saraceno tallied to give Ketcham a 1-0 lead at the 19:55 mark, but the hosts answered with a goal 8:35 later.

Ketcham hosts John Jay-Cross River Thursday.

Onteora 5, Red Hook 0 — The host Raiders were held scoreless on five shots on goal. Alex Theisen made seven shots for Red Hook (2-1).

Lakeland 5, Pawling 0 — Pawling goalkeeper Catie Dickinson made 17 saves, but the visiting Tigers lost to the four-time defending Class B state champions in Shrub Oak.

“They’re a great team for sure,” Pawling coach June Lagan said. “They have an abundance of kids and good quality skills. We do the best we can. I’m proud of my kids. They didn’t give up and fought to the end. They didn’t play terrible, but we were a little outnumbered for sure.”

Pawling (0-2 overall) visits Carmel at 4:15 p.m. on Wednesday.

Kingston 8, Rhinebeck 0 — Kiley Quackenbush made 20 saves, but the visiting Hawks lost to the Tigers.

Rhinebeck (1-3) hosts Rondout Valley at 4:15 p.m. on Wednesday.

Girls swimming

Three Beacon swimmers won multiple events in earning a 96-67 home victory over Peekskill.

Addisen Rutkoske touched the wall first in the 50- and 500-yard freestyle events, in times of 26.54 and 5:45.86, a personal-best. Emmanuelle Palikuca was first in the 200 freestyle (2:12.31) and 100 breaststroke (1:15.76), and Kassey Gonzalez was first in the 200 individual medley (2:30.14) and 100 butterfly (1:06.46).

Amanda Fung won the 100 freestyle in a personal-best 1:00.74. Amber Butler also swam to a personal-best time for Beacon in the 50 freestyle, 32.28.

Beacon (3-0) will swim against John Jay-Cross River at Westchester Community College on Wednesday.

Arlington 98, Peekskill 64 — Elizabeth Filachek (500 freestyle), Ina Elcott (100 freestyle), Megan Pagano (100 butterfly), Clara Baker (200 individual medley) and Rebecca Baione (50 freestyle) all took first place in one individual event for host Arlington.

John Jay 47, Yorktown 46 — Betsy Portch won the 200 and 500 freestyles as the Patriots won by a single point on the road.

Washingtonville 118, Rhinebeck 52 — Kayla Weckesser and Kathryn Bergin won two individual events apiece for visiting Rhinebeck in the Orange County League meet.

John Jay-Cross River 48, Roy C. Ketcham 46 — Katie Ruf sprinted to wins in the 50 and 100 freestyles for visiting Roy C. Ketcham.

Men’s soccer

Kevin Cerdas scored twice and assisted on Taj Humbert’s goal in a 3-1 Dutchess Community College road victory over Hostos.

Dutchess (2-2) hosts Suffolk on Saturday.

Hess lauded — Vassar’s Nick Hess was named Liberty League Defensive Performer of the Week. Hess scored twice against Manhattanville on Wednesday.

Women’s tennis

Vassar’s Connie Yoo was named Liberty League Rookie of the Week.

Yoo won three matches at the Lindsay Morehouse Invitational in Williamstown, Mass., this past weekend.

Women’s tennis

Marist’s Callie Morlock fell in the Flight C semifinals at the Stony Brook Classic on Long Island this past weekend to Gisela Castany of Fairleigh Dickinson, 6-1, 6-2.

Collegiate field hockey

New Paltz’s Danielle Conklin was named the SUNY Athletic Conference’s Offensive Player of the Week. Conklin had five goals and 10 points over two games for the Hawks.

College football

Marist quarterback Chuckie Looney and defensive end Terrence Fede were given College Football Performance Awards for their play in Marist’s 43-23 win at Georgetown on Saturday.

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