Jeffrey Peters shot a 2-under-par 32 at Dinsmore Golf Course to lead the Franklin D. Roosevelt boys golf team over Marlboro, 163-170, on Thursday.
Peters had three birdies and five pars.
“Jeffrey’s play has continued to get better each match,” coach Kevin Hart said. “He takes the game very seriously and it shows. We’re really happy for the way he’s been performing.”
Max LaFalce carded a 42, Jake Rand shot a 44 and Gabe Small had a 45 for the Presidents (5-2).
Justin Boehlke and Will Conti each shot a 42 for Marlboro (2-6).
Roosevelt hosts New Paltz at 3:30 p.m. on Monday.
Spackenkill 163, Millbrook 222 — Erik Stauderman shot a 1-under-par 35 at Millbrook Golf and Tennis to lead Spackenkill. Stauderman had two birdies and six pars.
Stanley Garrant shot a round of 40, including a birdie, Ryan Ackert carded a 43 and Zachary Cioffi had a 45 for the Spartans (9-0).
Michael Pasquale had a 48 for Millbrook (3-4).
Rhinebeck 183, Onteora 213 — Ben Rinaldi shot a 42 and Steve Byrun carded a 45 to lead Rhinebeck at par-35 Woodstock Country Club. Parker Knoop shot a 47 and Cole Dixon had a 49 for the Hawks (7-0).
Onteora’s Justin Lane shot a 35.
New Paltz 187, Highland 206 — Wesley Watts shot a 42 to lead the host Huguenots at par-36 New Paltz Golf Course. Teammate Jaxson Koebel-Secky shot a 47 and Corey Burke had a 48.
Robbie Whalen carded a 45 and Dante Fauci a 47 for Highland.
New Paltz (5-2) visits Franklin D. Roosevelt at 4:15 p.m. Monday. Highland (0-6) hosts Warwick at 4:30 p.m. Monday.
Webutuck 199, John A. Coleman Catholic 208 — Ahmatik Jones shot a 41 for the host Warriors at par-36 Sharon Country Club. Teammate Danny Thomas shot a 52.
Red Hook 175, Wallkill 201 — Austin Lundstedt shot a 39 for the visiting Raiders at par-35 Turtle Creek Golf Course. Fellow Raider Cam Hackett shot a 41, James Rosetti shot a 47 and Jack Prinz carded a 48.
Cailin Bahret had two goals and an assist to lead John Jay to a 5-0 win over visiting Spackenkill. Nicole Miller scored to put the Patriots on the board with 13:12 left in the first half. Jenna Fusco and Taylor Hamill each added a goal and Alison Peritz made one save in the shutout.
“The midfield and forward lines took advantage of opportunities in front of the goal,” said John Jay coach Kristen Perry, whose Patriots improved to 3-3-1. “Our defense also did a good job of transitioning the ball.”
Elizabeth Schwoerer had 11 saves for Spackenkill (1-3-2).
Carmel 2, Roy C. Ketcham 1 — Julia Delaney scored off an assist from Patrice Ciardullo for Ketcham. The Indians hosts Clarkstown South Saturday.
Kingston 5, Pine Plains 0 — Amanda Simmons made seven saves for host Pine Plains. The Bombers (4-4) host Onteora at 4:15 p.m. Monday.
Kevin McMorrow won the 5,000-meter run (17:46) and William Esposito took second (17:51) to lead the Dover boys team in a double dual meet with Highland and New Paltz. New Paltz’s Anthony Fazio finished in 18:29 adn Logan Linares in 19:00. Highland’s Jake Tomanocy ran the course in 19:57.
New Paltz’s Jessica Cohen took first in the girls 5,000 meter, finishing in 20:27. Teammate Jordan Nagel placed second (22:23). Lindsay Demers of Dover took third (23:01) and Will Butler (New Paltz) finished in fourth (24:24).
Emily Bautista and Megan Dowd defeated Danielle Rei and Sam Greenberg, 6-3, 1-6, 10-5, at first doubles for Beacon, though it came in a 4-1 loss to host North Salem.
Beacon (2-3) hosts John F. Kennedy at 4 p.m. Friday.
Our Lady of Lourdes 5, Lakeland 2 — Jen Scully and Brianna Yi defeated Kristen Spedaliere and Brooke McDermott, 6-4, 6-1, at first doubles to lead Lourdes late Thursday. Danielle Ogonowski beat Jackie Brunnet, 6-3, 6-2, in second singles for the Warriors.
Haldane 4, Pawling 1 — Carly Brief beat Elizabeth Clemmons 6-2, 6-1 at second singles to help lead the host Blue Devils. Lucinda Strol beat Justina Yeung 6-1, 6-2 at third singles.
Olivia Olsen and Mollie Altucher swept Aishwarya Govindarajan and Carissa Polidore, 6-0, 6-0. Alli Sharpley and Hali Traina’s match with Brooke Smith and Stephanie Sypher was called on account of darkness after Sharpley and Traina won the first set 5-2.
Pawling’s lone win came from Martha Topolnitski at first singles, as she beat Olivia Sterling, 6-2, 7-5.