The Wappingers boys and Arlington girls high school crew teams each captured Dutchess Cups on Tuesday on the Hudson River.
The Warriors finished with 40 points to claim victory while the Admirals finished with 38.
Wappingers coach Pat Hancock called the Dutchess Cup “an overall measure of the program,” and said winning was a first for his program.
“We’re really pleased with our overall performance,” he said.
The Wappingers boys lightweight four crew of Ally Spath (coxswain), Baltazar Castillo-Varda, Issa Dahdal, Nick Cerbini, and Nick Vaculick finished first with a time of 4:50.54.
The boys first four team of Liam Brodie (coxswain), Peter Kalocay, Matt Reilly, John Mascia, and Frank Paternoster took first with a time of 4:44.97.
Arlington coach Marice Love said her team did extremely well.
“The Arlington women have been strong all year,” she said. “We’ve been racing excellent and the team is dedicated and focused.”
The Admirals girls lightweight four crew of Sandy Spencer, Christine Johnson, Erika Cabrera, Melissa Gagliardi and coxswain Elena Sorrentino finished above Poughkeepsie and Rhinebeck. The same crew finished fourth at the New York State Tournament and first at the Triangulars Regatta.
The Franklin D. Roosevelt boys first eight also won.
Poughkeepsie’s girls first eight and Spackenkill’s girls first four won their respective races.