In a matchup of Mid-Hudson Athletic League divisional champions, Marlboro High School’s girls basketball team beat host Millbrook 57-46 on Thursday.
Katelyn Fabrizio had a double-double for Marlboro, collecting 17 points and 14 rebounds. Marlboro (10-4), the MHAL Division II champion, will face the winner of today’s 6 p.m. game between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Wallkill at 5 p.m. Tuesday in a MHAL semifinal at SUNY Ulster in Stone Ridge.
“Millbrook played very intense defense for the most part, but we were able to keep our composure,” Marlboro coach Marion Casey said. “It was a good team win and a good team effort.”
Marlboro hosts New Paltz at 5:30 p.m. Friday.
Millbrook (11-3), the MHAL Division IV champion, will face Spackenkill in a 7 p.m. semifinal Tuesday in Stone Ridge. Mackenzie Harkenrider led Millbrook with 15 points.
“Marlboro played a little better than us tonight,” Millbrook coach Adam Peek said. “We had the opportunity to get back in it, but we got in foul trouble in the second half and didn’t convert our own free throws. If you can’t convert free throws and layups, you’ll have a hard time beating good teams.”
Spackenkill 57, Dover 18 — Alyssa Barahona and Issy Herrera scored 10 points apiece in the Spartans’ road win.
Danielle Yeno scored 13 points for Dover, which finished its season 0-17.