James Anozie’s 21 points helped the Our Lady of Lourdes High School boys basketball team top host Roy C. Ketcham on Tuesday, 59-40, in Wappingers Falls.
Luke Timm added 16 points and Dean Rotger contributed 11 for the Warriors.
Ketcham (2-9) travels to Carmel on Thursday.
Dover 75, Millbrook 56 — John Robles’ 19 points helped the host Dragons improve to 5-3.
Dustin Bowen added 13 for Dover, which hosts John A. Coleman Catholic on Friday.
For Millbrook, Humberto Cabrera scored 17 points and Matt Kyle chipped in 15.
Millbrook (3-4) hosts Chapel Field on Wednesday.
“For having not played — we haven’t played since before Christmas, with the weather,” Millbrook coach Bill Kyle said, “it was a one-point game at the half that got away from us.”
Arlington 64, Mahopac 49 — Jon Girard scored 24 points for the host Admirals, who remained unbeaten in eight games this season.
Chris O’Neill scored 13 points for Arlington and Brendan Sunday added 10.
“We got off to a slow start, but our defense led us — especially in the second quarter,” Arlington coach Matt Hoyt said.
The Admirals play at Lourdes Thursday.
Rhinebeck 65, Webutuck 33 – At Rhinebeck, Ian Katomski led the Hawks with 20 points and seven assists. Jack Spencer scored 11 points with 12 rebounds. Hunter Brandt added 12 points.
Hunter Coulthard led Webutuck (3-7) with 10 points.
Rhinebeck (4-1) visits Millbrook Friday. Webutuck (3-7) will host Pine Plains Friday.
Red Hook 71, Highland 32 – The host Raiders, winners of seven straight, finished with four players in double figures. Dennis Hare scored 19, Nick Michitsch scored 15, and Will Avis and Tim Terry finished with 10 apiece.
“We were able to hold them defensively in the first half,” Red Hook coach Matt Hayes said. “We outscored them 26-2 in the third quarter, and I was happy defensively, with how we turned them over.”
Jacob Rao led the Huskies with 10 points.
Red Hook (7-1) will host Rondout Valley Thursday. Highland (4-3) plays at home against Marlboro Friday.
John Jay 68, Carmel 59, 2 OT – Justin Cunha paced the Patriots with 21 points. Hugh Huggins provided backup with 18 points. Ryan Metz had 14 points and Ryan Schumacher had 13 points.
“We were down at the end of regulation, able to make enough plays down the stretch to tie it,” head coach Terry Feeley said in a statement.
“Cunha made a baseline runner with a second to play in the first overtime to send it to the second overtime. Cunha would knock down a three in the second overtime to give us a little separation and Metz closed it out by making his free throws.”
The Patriots (6-4) play at Mahopac Thursday.
Marlboro 63, Rondout Valley 37 – Damian Lowe scored 15 points and Tyler Banks added 11 points for the visiting Iron Dukes in a MHAL win.
Saugerties 84, New Paltz 67 — C.J. Burke scored a game-high 20 points for New Paltz, which also received 12 points from Christian Burda in the MHAL contest.
Paton Gibbs paced host Saugerties with 13 points and 11 rebounds.
Lakeland 70, Beacon 68 – Malique Vaval-Paris finished with 19 points for the Bulldogs. Jordan Kolakoski added 14 points and Shaheim Fryar contributed with 13.
Beacon (1-10) plays at Ossining Friday.
John A. Coleman Catholic 80, Pine Plains 27 – Michael Dam had a team-high seven points for the visiting Bombers in a defeat.
Ethan Graffam placed first in the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 2:35.41, but his visiting Rhinebeck team fell to Cornwall, 80-68.
Minisink Valley 111, Poughkeepsie 68 — Zachary Woolley finished first in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:11.83, and 500 freestyle in a time of 5:13.86, for visiting Poughkeepsie.