Local roundup: Schroedl, Ackerman, Perre lead Franklin D. Roosevelt tennis to win over Wallkill

Local roundup: Schroedl, Ackerman, Perre lead Franklin D. Roosevelt tennis to win over Wallkill


Local roundup: Schroedl, Ackerman, Perre lead Franklin D. Roosevelt tennis to win over Wallkill


Jess Schroedl, Katrina Ackerman and Taylor Perre all won in straight sets at singles as the Franklin D. Roosevelt High School girls tennis team defeated visiting Wallkill, 4-1, to improve to 6-1 with the Mid-Hudson Athletic League triumph on Monday.

Alexis Ferrante and Kelly Wilson were winners at first doubles for the Presidents, who hosted the match at Dutchess Community College.

Spackenkill 5, Red Hook 0 — Sophia He of the visiting Spartans defeated Clea Schumer, 6-0, 6-0, as Spackenkill improved to 7-0.

Vanessa Lam-Tran and Priya Sarma also won singles matches in straight sets for Spackenkill. Doubles winners for the Spartans were Sabrina Choi and Arya Mekkat, and Sarah McCall and Nithila Arumugam.

Red Hook is 3-4.

Our Lady of Lourdes 5, Roy C. Ketcham 2 — Charisse Haruta and Anna O’Connor were winners at second and third singles for visiting Lourdes at Cross Court in Wappingers Falls.

North Salem 5, Haldane 0 — Host Haldane dropped to 2-3 entering today’s match against Peekskill in Cold Spring.

Lakeland 5, Pawling 0 — Janis Jemenez, Nancy Champagne and Mrinaalaka Sivakumar were winners in straight sets at singles for visiting Lakeland.

Field hockey

Elizabeth Gagliardi had a goal and an assist as host Spackenkill (3-4) defeated Rhinebeck, 2-1, in MHAL play.

Bridget Barry also scored for Spackenkill, which received seven saves from Katie Murray.

“Our defense just really came through,” Spackenkill coach Geri Vasely said. “It was a good team effort.”

Molly Imperato scored for Rhinebeck (2-7), which received five saves from Kiley Quackenbush.

Red Hook 2, Webutuck 0 — Shannon Yearwood had a goal and an assist as the host Raiders improved to 4-0-3 with a Mid-Hudson Athletic League win.

Marist Parr scored in the second half for the Raiders, who got six saves from Alex Theisen.

“We didn’t start out as strong as we liked, but we got it back together,” Red Hook coach Diane Zduniak said. “We had to pick up the tempo. The offense had a lot of shots on goal and a lot of chances, so that was good to see.”

Webutuck goalkeeper Linda Aldana made 12 saves.

Arlington 2, Pawling 0 — Nichole Tolli scored twice — once in the first half and once in the second — as the Admirals improved to 6-1 overall with a shutout win at home over the Tigers.

“Pawling’s always a good game for us,” Arlington coach Stephanie Tito said. “They always have a strong team and good stick skills. We were able to capitalize on our shots up in the circle.”

Carmel 2, John Jay 1 — Ellie Reck scored with an assist from April Diedrich to pace host John Jay.

Jolei Buonanno stopped two shots in goal for the Patriots (2-2-3), who host Ketcham today.

Rondout Valley 2, Pine Plains 0 — Gabby Latendorf made four saves, but the visiting Bombers fell to 5-2 with an MHAL loss.

Kingston 7, Pine Bush 1 — Visiting Kingston improved to 5-0-1 with the MHAL triumph.

Boys golf

Nick Harding’s 61 was the difference as Dover edged Ellenville, 276-277, in a MHAL match on Shawangunk Country Club’s par-34 course.

The two teams were tied at 215 through four golfers, leaving the match to be decided by the fifth golfers for each team. Harding was the fifth golfer for the Dragons.

Millbrook 171, John A. Coleman Catholic 195 — Jordan Stein fired a 3-over-par 39 for host Millbrook in the MHAL match at Millbrook Golf & Tennis Club.

C.J. Saenz shot a 40 for the Blazers (8-2).

Girls swimming

Hannah Coffin and Grace Nikolski each took first place in two individual events as Lourdes beat host Beacon, 87-81.

Coffin sprinted to wins in the 50-yard freestyle and 100 butterfly, and Nikolski won the 200 individual medley and 100 freestyle.

Ketcham 90, John Jay 80 — Ameera Bhanji, Heidi Simpfenderfer and Katie Ruf won two individual events apiece to pace visiting Ketcham (3-3) at Mount Saint Mary College. John Jay dropped to 5-3.

Arlington 84, Poughkeepsie 68 — Clara Baker and MiKayla Miller were each double-winners for the Admirals in the victory at Poughkeepsie Middle School.

Baker placed first in the 50-yard freestyle (26.31) and Miller won the 100 freestyle (1:03.98). Baker, Miller, Shomona Lahiri and Emma Magee placed first in the 200 medley relay (2:11.91).

Other individual winners for Arlington (6-0) were Allison Noble (200 freestyle, 2:16.78), Kendra Graham (100 butterfly, 1:13.08) and Rebecca Baione (500 freestyle, 5:51.47)

Betsy Quezada won the 200 individual medley in 2:32.07 for Poughkeepsie (1-3).

College basketball

Marist College men’s basketball coach Jeff Bower named seniors Jay Bowie and Adam Kemp, and junior Chavaughn Lewis as his captains.

Marist started practice on Friday and opens its season at Stony Brook on Nov. 8.

Marist women’s basketball coach Brian Giorgis named seniors Emma O’Connor, Casey Dulin and Leanne Ockenden as his captains last week. The Marist women also open their season on Nov. 8, but at home at 7 p.m. against Kentucky.

College football

Marist cornerback Zachary Quarles picked up a College Football Performance Award for his play in Marist’s 31-20 win at Dayton on Saturday.

Quarles had an interception in the fourth quarter and returned it 30 yards for a touchdown.

Women’s tennis

Vassar’s Emily Hallewell was named Liberty League Rookie of the Week. Hallewell teamed with classmate Shayna Becker for two doubles wins at the ITA Northeast Regionals in Geneva last week. She also qualified for the third round in singles at the same event.

Also at the ITA Regionals, New Paltz’s best performance was doubles team Paige Munroe and Devin Tracy, who made the semifinals of the consolation doubles bracket.


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