High school roundup: Pawling wrestling splits at dual meet

High school roundup: Pawling wrestling splits at dual meet

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High school roundup: Pawling wrestling splits at dual meet

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The Pawling High School wrestling team competed at a Section 1 Division 2 duals meet at Pleasantville and lost a quarterfinal to Putnam Valley, 57-24. The Tigers beat Edgemont in a consolation match, 66-13.

Matt Coleman (160 pounds) pinned Mack Worobow of Edgemont. Jack Wrobel (132) lost a 7-6 decision to Putnam Valley’s Noah Kelvas. Yet it was a bout Pawling coach Joe Amuso Jr. called the best of the meet.

“It was by far the most exciting match of the day,” Amuso said. “It came down to a last second escape. Jack is a sophomore and he showed he’s a force to be reckoned with. He proved himself to be one of the top wrestlers in that weight class.”

Pawling will visit Horace Greeley at 9 a.m. Saturday.

Roy C. Ketcham gets a split — Aiden Folster (160), Emilio Vera (145), Mike Acosta (220), Austin Shanley (99), Owen Shanley (113), Joe Censullo (120) and Isaac Mathews (152) each won by pin for Ketcham in a a 47-27 win over host Somers in a Section 1 Division 1 Duals quad meet late Wednesday. Riley Wilson (182) won by tech fall.

The Indians lost to Carmel, 42-39, in their second match. Zach Varco (180) by decision, and Anthony Vose (170), Mike Consiglio (195), Austin Shalney, Owen Shanley, Censullo and Mathews each won by pin for Ketcham.

John Jay splits — Tyler Albis secured a pin in 19 seconds to win the 113-pound bout for John Jay in a 42-30 win over Yorktown in a Section 1 Division 1 Duals quad meet at John Jay-Cross River late Wednesday. Randy Earl (132), Ronnie McCabe (138), Paul Bernasconi (145) and Andrew Anthony (285) each won by pin for the Patriots.

John Jay lost to John Jay-Cross River, 55-24, in its second match. Albis (113), McCabe (138) and Anthony (220) each won by pin for the Patriots.

Girls basketball

Alex Dunn scored 21 points, but Rhinebeck opened its season with a 56-44 loss to Section 1’s Palisade Prep in the Pawling Tiger Club Invitational.

Natalie Hutchins contributed 11 points and four rebounds for Rhinebeck.Teammate Lizzie Kroll added nine points for Rhinebeck.

“I have a very young team right now and right now, we are down two returners due to injury,” Rhinebeck coach Erin Doyle said. “I have seven girls available to play out of nine. I was very impressed and I hope it continues. We came out strong and with tons of energy.”

Webutuck 36, Pawling 30 — Maya-K Johnson and Kenya Blue each had 12 points to lead the Warriors over the Tigers in the Pawling Tiger Club Invitational. Taylor Edmundson added nine points.

“It’s big for us,” said Webutuck coach Jon Zenz. “They (Pawling) made a big run in the fourth quarter, we responded.”

Mackenzie Meissner and Courtney Meissner each had seven points for the Tigers. Pawling will face Rhinebeck in the consolation game Saturday at 1 p.m.

Webutuck will face Palisade Prep in the championship game at 5 p.m. Saturday.

Faith Christian Academy 30, Upton Lake Christian Academy 21 — Emily Santiago led Faith Christian Academy with 15 points and nine rebounds.

Hannah Knapp had 17 points for Upton Lake.

Boys basketball

David Rotando had 15 points to help lead the visiting Haldane Blue Devils over Solomon Schechter, 60-47.

Teammate Nick Chiera contributed with 12 points, while Will Zuvic added 12.

Warwick 70, New Paltz 52 — Jimmy Verney and Mike Krebs each had nine points, but the Huguenots fell to the hosts in the first round of the Coaches vs. Cancer Tip-Off Classic.

“It was our first game of the year,” said New Paltz coach Stu Robinson, whose team will face Cornwall in the consolation game on Saturday at 5 p.m. “In the fourth quarter they pulled away and sealed the win.”

Boys swimming and diving

Max Weires won the 100 butterfly in a time of 59.12 and the 100 breaststroke (1:07.81) to help lead New Paltz over host Valley Central, 119-64.

Brennan McEntee won the 100 freestyle (53.02) while Seamus Trzewik-Quinn finished first in the 200 individual medley (2:04.45). Chad Catania won the 200 freestyle (2:04.57). Tadeusz Trezwik-Quinn placed first in the 100 backstroke (53.29).

Pine Bush 94, Poughkeepsie 68 — Jake McCormack won the 100 backstroke (1:07.23) for the visiting Pioneers. Jonathan Enciso won the 100 breaststroke (1:20.50).

Washingtonville 116, Marlboro 64 — Robert Reining won the 500 freestyle (5:11.84) while Jack Cimorelli took the 100 breaststroke (1:07.25) for visiting Marlboro.

Boys bowling

Aaron Scribner rolled a 724 series off games of 289, 211 and 224 to help Arlington to a 7-0 Dutchess Putnam Interscholastic Bowling League win over Mahopac at Fishkill Bowl.

Matt Rice added a 577 and Gerald Swartz rolled a 564 for the Admirals, who beat Carmel 7-0 late Wednesday.

John Jay 7, Beacon 0 – Nicholas Pagan bowled a 698 series off games off 257, 213 and 228 as the Patriots swept the Bulldogs at Fishkill Bowl.

Peter Ostrow led Beacon with a 553 series.

Late Wednesday, John Jay swept Ketcham 7-0 with Pagan bowling a 691 series. Maslosky bowled a 586 in that match.

Roy C. Ketcham 7, Carmel 0 – Andrew Maslosky had a 652 series with a high game of 268 as the Indians swept the Rams in DPIBL play at Fishkill Bowl.

Girls bowling

Victoria Pacacha had a 637 series with a high game of 244 as John Jay swept Beacon 7-0 in DPIBL play at Fishkill Bowl.

Jillian Burns (564) and Alyssa Rubeo (554) also contributed for John Jay. Alexia Alexander led Beacon with a 542.

Late Wednesday, John Jay swept Ketcham 7-0 as Pacacha bowled a 642.

Arlington 7, Mahopac 0 – Zoey Witter rolled a 562 series as the Admirals swept the Indians in DPIBL play at Fishkill Bowl.

Late Wednesday, Arlington swept Carmel 7-0 with Aushia Mclean leading the way with a 571.

Ketcham 7, Carmel 0 – Raylene Williams had a 467 to help the Indians beat the Rams in DPIBL play at Fishkill Bowl.

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