Hunter Coulthard scored 21 points to pace the Webutuck High School boys basketball team to a 49-34 victory over visiting Chapel Field on Wednesday.
Tomas Espinosa-Lopez added 11 points and Andrew Thrasher provided four points and 13 rebounds in the Warriors’ season-opener.
“I was real pleased with the energy,” Webutuck coach Pete Iuele said. “We missed a lot of layups and free throws, hopefully that will come, but our energy stayed through the game.”
Webutuck visits Pawling on Friday.
Haldane 75, Children’s Village 46 — Peter Hoffmann’s 25 points paced the Blue Devils in their season opener.
Will Zuvic added 11 points and 11 rebounds, while Garret Quigley scored 12 points and Miguel Toribio scored 10.
“We were very unselfish, made the extra pass and had 10 guys score tonight,” Haldane coach Joe Virgadamo said. “It was a well-balanced attack.”
Haldane visits Bronxville Saturday.
Putnam Valley 67, New Paltz 58 — C.J. Burke scored 24 points, including four 3-pointers, but his Huguenots lost at home. Steven Branche added 13 points.
New Paltz was outscored 17-4 in the third quarter. The Huguenots host Highland on Dec. 12.
“It was a good game,” New Paltz coach Stuart Robinson said. “A poor third quarter on our part really was the difference-maker in the game.”
Oakwood Friends Academy 55, Faith Christian Academy 45 — Austin Freer (eight rebounds) and Steven Santucci each scored 10 points in the losing effort.
New Paltz lost its second consecutive match by five points or fewer, 93-90 at Monroe-Woodbury.
Four different Huguenots won individual events, including Seamus Trzewik-Quinn (200-yard freestyle, 1 minute, 54.93 seconds; 100 breaststroke, 1:06.86), Emile Kuyl (200 individual medley, 2:05.84; 100 backstroke, 57.29), Liam O’Donnell (50 freestyle, 23.70; 100 freestyle, 52.09) and James McColgan (100 butterfly, 1:00.73).
The Huguenots lost to Kingston, 95-90, on Monday.