Nina Hartenfels led Spackenkill with 18 points and Anna Thompson chipped in 13, leading Spackenkill High School to a 63-37 win over visiting Rhinebeck Tuesday.
Natalie Hutchins and Rachel Tigges scored 13 points each for Rhinebeck (4-10). Despite the disparity in the final score, Rhinebeck coach Erin Doyle was pleased with her Hawks.
“We were playing a 13-1 team and we played our hearts out,” Doyle said. “Nobody gave up, we put a lot of pressure on them and I think they held their own.”
Up next for Rhinebeck is the home finale at 4:15 p.m. on Thursday against Poughkeepsie. Spackenkill visits Dover at 5:30 p.m. Thursday.
New Paltz 60, Poughkeepsie 50 — The Huguenots had four players score in double digits: Ala Hekking (13 points), Juna Keehn (12), Ally Pannuto (11) and McKenzie Osborne (11).
Callia Cropp led Poughkeepsie with a game-high 24 points. Jazmin Diggs contributed 17 points. Nicky Hyman, whom Poughkeepsie coach Daniel Gil praised for her heart and desire, chipped in six points and six steals.
Poughkeepsie (3-13) visits Rhinebeck at 4:15 p.m. Thursday.
New Paltz hosts Rondout Valley at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday.
Highland 54, Saugerties 33 – Allison Rozzi led the visiting Huskies with 17 points. Fellow Huskies Kate Boesch (nine points) and Catherine McCutcheon (eight points) contributed to the scoring effort.
“We played a pretty balanced game the entire four quarters,” said Highland coach Jim Delmar. “We came out and played really good offense. It’s a turn in the right direction.”
The Huskies (10-6) host Pine Plains at 4:30 p.m. Friday.
Pine Plains 71, Onteora 40 – Ashley Starzyk led the visiting Bombers with 26 points. Bella Starzyk contributed with 14 points, while Ruby Croghan added 11.
Pine Plains (10-6) visits Highland on Friday.
Wallkill 58, Marlboro 48 – Julia Rusk scored a team-best 14 points, but the visiting Iron Dukes fell to the Panthers.
Track and field
The Arlington boys placed second to North Rockland at the Section 1 AA championships at The Armory. New Rochelle won the girls title.
In Class AA, Arlington’s James Asselmeyer and Reece Ragusa placed first and second in the boys 1,000 run with Asselmeyer winning in 2:26.53. Arlington’s Connor Stack won the 3,200 run in 9:36.75. John Jay’s Matt Goldsmith won the high jump (6-0).
Arlington’s Bella Burda won the 1,500 run in 4:41.74.
Class C’s meet was also held with Bronxville winning the girls crown and Pleasantville prevailing in boys competition. Pawling’s Brennen Farrell won the boys 55 hurdles.
Christian Schroeder bowled a 599 series off games of 201, 189 and 209, but Franklin D. Roosevelt lost to Kingston 7-0 in Section 9 bowling action at Hoe Bowl Mardi-Bob.
Anthony Gimigliano had a 568 series for Roosevelt (53-45)
Blind 7, Highland 0 – Ryan Brown rolled a 400 series in the Huskies’ Section 9 loss.
Highland is 0-98. The Section 9 bowling tournament is at 9 a.m. Wednesday at Mardi-Bob.
Diana Morano bowled a 435 series off games of 171, 114 and 150 as Highland defeated the blind, 5-2 in Section 9 bowling at Hoe Bowl Mardi-Bob.
Amanda Darmochul rolled a 405 series for Highland (39-59).
Kingston 5, Franklin D. Roosevelt 2 – Natalie Colaizzo rolled a 424 series off games of 130, 118 and 176, but the Presidents fell in Section 9 action at Hoe Bowl Mardi-Bob.
Roosevelt is 41-57.