Isabelle LaBarbera scored four goals to lead host Red Hook High School over Marlboro, 6-0, in the girls soccer on Friday.
Claire Dyal added a goal and an assist assist, and Alexa Franceschi scored a goal for the Raiders (8-0). Nicole Marici, Lauren Engel and Cassandra LaBarbera each dished an assist, and Megan Jankowiak made six saves and Lauren Stokes had one.
Marlboro’s Eliz Fino made 10 saves for Marlboro (2-4).
“Each game we have continued to progress,” Red Hook coach Jason Pavlich said in a statement. “Marlboro is a good team with some very skilled players but we played smart and efficient soccer.”
New Paltz 3, Highland 1 — Cerissa DiValentino had two goals and an assist to lead visiting New Paltz High School over Highland, 3-1, in girls soccer on Friday.
DiValentino’s second goal gave the Huguenots a 2-0 lead in the 20th minute. Veronica Hill added a second-half goal and Jamie Meluso made five saves in the win.
Brooke Harris scored in the 46th minute and Tori Capobianco had eight saves for Highland.
Rhinebeck 6, Webutuck 0 — Michelle Giamportone scored twice and Olivia Lortie had two assists to lead visiting Rhinebeck. Samantha McClenahan’s goal put the Hawks on the board in the 10th minute. Marissa Giamportone, Amber Hoglin and Stephanie Cassens each also scored, and Danielle Amidon made two saves for Rhinebeck (7-0).
Laura Mendez had eight saves and sweeper Gabby Stoetzner “played well defensively,” Webutuck coach Mark More said.
Wallkill 4, Franklin D. Roosevelt 0 — Kelsie McDowell made 10 saves in the loss for host Roosevelt.
Arlington B 3, Putnam Valley 0 — Alexa Peruffo, Jackie Timm and Shannon DeRosa each scored a goal for the host Admirals late Thursday. Ashley Cross, Annaliese Tucci and Cassandra Williams each had an assist.
John Jay 0, Mahopac 0 — Brianna Durland made five saves in her first shutout for visiting John Jay (6-2-1) late Thursday.
Peekskill 2, Pawling 0 — Kelly Koerner made six saves, but host Pawling fell to 0-7 late Thursday.
Ossining 2, Beacon 0 — Meagan Meeuwisse made 11 saves, but the visiting Bulldogs fell to 1-6-1 late Thursday.