Allison Pritchard scored a game-high 27 points as the Franklin D. Roosevelt High School girls basketball team defeated visiting Saugerties 72-55 in a Mid-Hudson Athletic League game on Wednesday.
“It was our best game in terms of sharing the basketball,” Roosevelt coach Cliff Sauer said.
“They pressed us from start to finish and the girls handled it really well.”
Darien Demelis contributed 18 points and 18 rebounds for the Presidents (3-3). Ashley Merritt added 10 points and eight assists.
Spackenkill 67, Webutuck 10 — Anna Thompson had 15 points on five 3-pointers as the visiting Spartans defeated the Warriors.
Spackenkill had seven players with at least six points. Brenda Calderon led Webutuck (0-8) with seven points.
New Paltz 55, Dover 38 — Mckenzie Osborne scored 18 points to carry host New Paltz in MHAL action.
Cassandra Drogan had a game-high 21 points for Dover.
Mahopac 55, John Jay 50 — Marion Dietz scored a game-high 14 points, but the host Patriots fell.
“We played a great second half,” John Jay coach Larry Brooks said of his team which outscored Mahopac 29-27 in the final two quarters. “We played a good defensive game. This is a game where if we put four quarters of basketball together, it could have been a different situation.”
John Jay visits Beacon at 6 p.m. on Friday.
John A. Coleman Catholic 61, Marlboro 52 — Taylor Orszewski scored 17 points and Angelica DeSantis added 12, but the visiting Iron Dukes fell to 2-2.
Putnam Valley 38, Poughkeepsie 29 — Jazmin Diggs had a team-high 16 points, but the visiting Pioneers (0-6) fell to the Tigers in overtime late Tuesday.
“We’re hoping each game can bring something to the table that we can learn from,” Poughkeepsie coach Michelle Zmudosky said. “It’s the middle of the season and it’s important to take every game as if it’s our last. It’s a rebuilding year and we’ve had bumps in the road, but we have to stay positive and keep the kids moving forward.”
Poughkeepsie hosts Middletown on Friday at 4:45 p.m.
Kingston 53, Red Hook 44 — Julianne Wilkinson scored a game-high 18 points, but the host Raiders lost to the Tigers in a non-league game late Tuesday.
Jessica Wilkinson added 12 points, three assists and two steals for Red Hook.
Ciara Burud had four points and 12 rebounds, while Marist Parr had four points, eight rebounds and four assists for Red Hook.
Tyler Banks led host Marlboro with 24 points in the 90-72 MHAL win over Coleman.
Zach Sakadelis and Marsallis Faircloth contributed 23 and 15 points, respectively, for the Iron Dukes. Julian Allen added 11 points and Ryan Cary had 10 points.
Spackenkill 91, Onteora 45 — Justin Etts scored a game-high 25 points as the visiting Spartans beat the Indians.
Derek Lo had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Spackenkill (4-3). Ben Jenkins had 11 points and 14 rebounds. Alex Strom chipped in 12 points.
“Our bigs established themselves early and our transition game was clicking,” Spackenkill coach Terry Feeley said in a statement.
Saugerties 57, Roosevelt 54 — Ruben Jimenez and Ishmael Chisholm scored 14 and 13 points, respectively, for visiting Roosevelt in the MHAL game.
Isaiah Cotton had eight points for the Presidents (2-5), who host Red Hook on Friday.
Wallkill 78, Dover 49 — John Robles finished with 17 points for host Dover in the MHAL game.
Dover travels to Millbrook on Friday night.
Trinity-Pawling 80, Canterbury 58 — Noah Woods scored 20 points and Jeremy Arthur added 16 for visiting Trinity-Pawling in New Milford, Conn.
Pine Plains’ Justin Cooper had nine points, and Braedon Bayer tallied eight points, seven assists, three steals and one block for Trinity-Pawling, which hosts Kent School on Saturday.
John A. Coleman Catholic 71, Rhinebeck 40 — Nick Hoynes scored a team-high eight points, but the Hawks lost in Hurley late Tuesday.