A battle of unbeatens is set for today.
The Marlboro High School girls tennis team defeated host Red Hook 4-1 on Wednesday and will meet Spackenkill in the Town of Poughkeepsie today at 4:15 p.m.
Allison Laubach, Madeline Ross and Grace Messenger were all winners in straight sets for the Iron Dukes (6-0) in the match against Red Hook.
Franklin D. Roosevelt 4, New Paltz 1 — Jess Schroedl, Katrina Ackerman and Taylor Perre each won singles matches for the host Presidents at Dutchess Community College.
Alexis Ferrante and Kelly Wilson won at first doubles for Roosevelt (6-1). Madeline Finnegan and Alexandra Nicolas won at second doubles for New Paltz (5-3).
Roosevelt coach Bob Mayherhofer said Schroedl was impressive in her 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 win over Julia Cohen at first singles.
“Our senior captain was especially sharp as FDR won its fourth straight match,” Mayerhofer said in a statement.
Highland 3, Ellenville 2 — Visiting Highland picked up its first victory of the season behind singles wins from Erika Rosenkranse, Sarah Kassel and Margarita Katsaitis.
The Huskies improved to 1-6.
John Jay 6, Our Lady of Lourdes 1 — Josephine Tai, Pia Krishnamurti and Ananya Parlapalli each won in straight sets as the visiting Patriots prevailed.
John Jay’s Kelly Patel and Ishita Agarwal, and Joelle Grady and Tiffany Livoti won doubles matches in straight sets, while the Patriots’ Meghan O’Keefe and Likitha Kumar won in three sets. Dayna DiMarco and Danielle Oganowski were victorious in three sets for Lourdes.
Alyssa Hogancamp (500-yard freestyle) and Emily Benkert (100 backstroke) each took first place in one individual event for visiting Marlboro in a 90-79 Orange County League loss to Minisink Valley.
Warwick 84, Rhinebeck 59 — Kayla Weckesser (200 individual medley, 100 breaststroke) and Kathryn Bergin (500 freestyle, 100 backstroke) each won two individual events to pace visiting Rhinebeck in the Orange County League meet.
High school volleyball
Katie Cunningham had seven kills, two assists and three digs as visiting Haldane lost to Walter Panas, 25-15, 25-13, 25-13.
Brooke Vahos contributed one kill, seven assists, one ace and five digs for Haldane (1-5 overall, 0-2 league), which visits Carmel at 4:30 p.m. on Friday.
Boys cross country
Xavier Christy placed third in a 3.1-mile run in 19 minutes, 12 seconds as his host Roosevelt Presidents defeated Rondout Valley 20-43 and topped Spackenkill 22-37 in an MHAL meet at Staatsburgh State Historic Site late Tuesday.
Spackenkill defeated Rondout Valley 19-38. Spackenkill’s top finisher, Sam Heraghty, won in 17:24.
goes 2-1 — The host Hawks’ Dante Penepent placed first in 17:47 in the MHAL meet, as Rhinebeck topped Marlboro 20-37, defeated Ellenville 16-43, and lost to Onteora, 28-29.
Marlboro defeated Ellenville 19-42, and lost to Onteora, 19-40.
Girls cross country
Taylor Small placed third in a 3.1-mile run in 23:02 as the host Roosevelt Presidents defeated Rondout Valley 15-50 and beat Spackenkill 15-50 in an MHAL meet at Staatsburgh State Historic Site late Tuesday.
Marlboro 21, Rhinebeck
34 — The Iron Dukes’ Marisa Galella finished third in a 3.1-mile run in 21:18 in an MHAL meet in Rhinebeck late Tuesday.
Carol Tyson placed fourth for Rhinebeck in 23:06.
places ninth — Millbrook’s Julia Galantich placed ninth in 29:55 in an MHAL meet at HITS on the Hudson in Saugerties late Tuesday.
SUNY New Paltz goalkeeper Steven Domino was named the ECAC Division III Upstate Defensive Player of the Week.
Bard 5, Green Mountain 1 — Tamaki Chiba had three goals and an assist as the host Raptors (2-6) won a non-league game late Tuesday in Annandale.