Taiquan Johnson scored 14 points for the Poughkeepsie High School boys basketball team in a 76-56 loss to Kingston at the Officials vs. Cancer Tournament at SUNY New Paltz on Sunday.
Malik Williams added 13 points and Otis Elvy grabbed eight rebounds for the Pioneers (5-2), who were outscored by a 24-9 margin in the second quarter.
Erin Waters scored 15 points and Elaine Roman added 14 as Pawling lost, 47-45, to Alexander Hamilton in the North Salem Tournament’s consolation game late Saturday.
The Tigers were 21 for 27 from the free-throw line.
Pawling (3-4) travels to Poughkeepsie on Tuesday.
Roy C. Ketcham teammates Grant McGeary (138 pounds), Dom Emory (195) and Murphy Wilson (220) all won their respective weight classes at the Yonkers Tournament late Saturday.
Brad Marvin (160) and Austin Hassett (182) placed second and third, respectively, for the Indians. Jason Hayes was fifth at 170 pounds.
Ulises Olmedo (106) and Dillon Sforza (126) led Arlington with their third-place finishes. Brandon Badger (170) took fourth place, and Nick Jimenez (120) and Mario Zeppetelli (152) were fifth.
Girls track and field
John Jay’s Megan Sadowitz won the high jump with a personal-best leap of 4 feet, 9 inches at the Dendy Meet at Rockland Community College late Saturday.
Kingston defeated Franklin D. Roosevelt, 168.15-140.8, and New Paltz, 168.15-146.15, in Section 9 competition in Kingston late Saturday.
Alexana Gadaleto took second in the balance beam, and Novella Cooper was third in the vault and the all-around for New Paltz (0-2).
The SUNY New Paltz women’s team defeated the Rochester Institute of Technology, 216-147, and lost to host Geneseo, 204-143, late Saturday.
Senior Chelsea Allocco was victorious in the 400-yard individual medley (4 minutes, 49.73 seconds) and the 500 freestyle (5:16.02) for the Hawks.
The New Paltz men fell short to Geneseo, 233-117, and RIT, 226-115. The Hawks dropped to 0-5.
Vassar men finishes fifth — Vassar College placed fifth overall at the invitational held in Troy late Saturday.
Freshman Anthony Walker was fifth in the 200 butterfly (2:02.76) for the Brewers.