Julia Butts and Kaylie Johnson finished with two goals apiece Wednesday as the Webutuck High School field hockey team closed out the regular season with an 8-0 win over visiting Rhinebeck in Amenia.
Kenya Blue, Bella Tomasetti, Caroline Markonic and Taylor Edmundson each had one goal for the Warriors (6-5-1).
Kiley Quackenbush made eight saves for Rhinebeck.
Red Hook 4, Ellenville 0 — Ariana Padilla Carreras scored twice and assisted on one goal for host Red Hook in the Mid-Hudson Athletic League match.
Carreras scored the first and fourth goals and assisted on Shannon Yearwood’s goal — the second goal of the match. Aleksia Cvijic tallied Red Hook’s third goal off an assist from Marist Parr.
Alex Theisen made two saves for the Raiders (7-4-1, 6-2-1), who travel to Pine Bush on Monday.
Pawling 2, Walter Panas 2 — Lana Felice had a goal and an assist for visiting Pawling.
Ashley Cody scored a goal and Lily Reid made three saves for the Tigers (9-3-2), who play Mahopac Thursday at 4:30 p.m. in the championship game of the Somers Tuskers Booster Club Tournament.
Kingston 10, Dover 0 — Aicha Matmati made 13 saves for visiting Dover in the MHAL match at Dietz Stadium.
Ossining 2, Roy C. Ketcham 1 — Sarah Gemmel had the goal for host Ketcham (3-12).
Carly Tebolt stopped 20 shots for the Indians, who play Somers Thursday at 6 p.m. in the consolation match of the Somers Tuskers Booster Club Tournament.
Rondout Valley 7, Spackenkill 0 — Sasha Stratton scored two goals, and Alex Mondini, Miranda Davenport, Makaylah Mutz, Victoria Ospina and Erin Weimann each had one for host Rondout Valley (12-1, 9-1) in the MHAL match.
Katherine Murray made 28 saves for Spackenkill.
Rainfall postponed Section 1 Conference 1 Tournament action at Cross Court Tennis Club.
Quarterfinal play will resume Thursday at 4 p.m. at the Wappingers Falls facility.
College field hockey
SUNY New Paltz allowed just three shots on goal, but two of them found the back of the cage in Oneonta’s 2-0 victory at home.
The visiting Hawks took 16 shots but couldn’t avoid the shutout.
New Paltz fell to 9-5 overall and 3-2 in the SUNY Athletic Conference.
New Paltz’s Maddie Zwicki was selected the Co-ECAC Division III Metro/Upstate Player of the Week after averaging 11.33 assists per game in a 3-1 week for the Hawks.
Mount Saint Mary 3, Bard 1 — Maribeth Powers finished with 10 kills as Mount Saint Mary defeated visiting Bard 25-19, 18-25, 26-24, 25-17 in a non-conference match late Tuesday.
Tytravia Riley led Bard with 10 kills.
Jason Gonzalez scored twice as New Paltz defeated host Mount Saint Mary 2-1 late Tuesday.