The Kingston High School boys lacrosse team scored 10 goals at Dietz Stadium on Saturday. Red Hook’s Nick Michitsch scored 11.
The Raiders earned an 11-10 win, with every goal scored by the sophomore. Nolan Dalton (two), Logan Cook, Drew Zarrella and Dennis Hare had assists.
For Kingston, Brian Loughlin scored six times.
Red Hook (2-1) visits New Paltz on Tuesday.
Highland 10, Rhinebeck 2 — Chris Schlappich recorded four goals and an assist in leading the Huskies (1-1) to the home win.
Joe Schupp scored twice for Highland, Ryan Merget had a goal and two assists, and Thomas Hollway and Tyler Jollie each had a goal and an assist.
Dom Bellacicco stopped eight Rhinebeck shots, while his counterpart in goal, Andrew Spears, stopped 12 shots.
Vinnie O’Haire and Roan Gideon scored for Rhinebeck (0-2).
Highland visits Wallkill on Tuesday.
“It was a good game for both teams. Both teams played it very tough,” Highland coach Thomas Schlappich said. “We’re happy to have the win and move on.”
Wappingers 15, Haldane 3 — A quartet of Warriors scored three goals apiece, leading to a victory over visiting Haldane.
Nick Lema, Danny Kugler, J.R. Rispoli and Jake Palmer each found the back of the net three times.
Conrad Burke, Travis Ventura and Shawn Casey added a goal apiece toward the winning effort.
Alex Rao and Kyle Ludwig combined to stop seven Haldane shots.
Suffern 11, Arlington 9 — Brendan Sunday scored five goals and Matt Graham added two goals and three assists for visiting Arlington (1-5), which trailed 4-0 before tying the score at 8-8 in the fourth quarter.
“We continued to make mistakes at the wrong time, and collectively these mistakes are keeping us from pulling out games,” Arlington coach Don Connolly said.
Evan Doherty and Kevin Litchauer had one goal apiece for the Admirals, who host Yorktown on Tuesday.