Nina Hartenfels put away 16 points and five assists to lead the Spackenkill High School girls basketball team to a 45-19 win over host Onteora on Thursday.
Teammates Bailey Riley (eight points), Issy Herrera (eight points) and Olivia Zykoff (six points, five rebounds, two blocks) chipped in.
The Spartans (8-2) host Ellenville at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday.
Franklin D. Roosevelt 50, Poughkeepsie 25 — Susie Santiago scored nine points for the host Pioneers (0-9) who visit Red Hook at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
Haldane 36, Putnam Valley 30 — Hannah Monteleone and Missy Lisikatos each scored 11 points to lead the visiting Blue Devils.
North Salem 45, Pawling 32 — Mackenzie Meissner and Bridget Waters each scored 11 points for the visiting Tigers.
Pawling (2-9) plays Ardsley at 4:30 p.m. Friday in the Yonkers-Montessori tournament.
Upton Lake Christian Academy 39, Tabernacle Christian Academy 19 — Hannah Knapp led the winners with 25 points.
Kelsey Bernal scored 13 points to lead Tabernacle Christian Academy.
Red Hook 60, Highland 56 — Jessica Wilkinson scored 19 points to lead the host Raiders late Wednesday. Chrissy Gildersleeve (13) Kalie Harrison (11) chipped in.
Alison Rozzi led the Huskies with 20 points. Catherine McCutcheon (14) also contributed.
Faith Christian Academy topped Upton Lake, 34-27. Hao Jong’s nine points, six rebounds and four steals helped Faith Christian improve to 4-6 this season.
Tucker Lin added seven points, five rebounds and four steals in the win.
Ben Murphy paced Upton Lake (3-4) with seven points and 10 rebounds.
Roy C. Ketcham 53, Carmel 36 — Tim Reilly led the visiting Indians with 20 points and 11 rebounds late Wednesday. Zaahir Woody added 10 points, three rebounds and three assists.
Jon Stumberger had eight points and six rebounds.
“We came out hot in the first half,” Ketcham coach Mike Paino said. “Our defensive intensity was great from the start and got us a lot of points in transition. They stuck to the game plan, got steals and easy buckets because of the defense.”
Ketcham (8-4) hosts Mahopac at 6 p.m. Friday.
Our Lady of Lourdes 58, Arlington 43 — James Anozie paced the host Warriors with 31 points late Wednesday. Dean Rotger added 12 points.
Shane Walczyk led the Admirals with 11 points.
Mahopac 65, John Jay 59 — Ray Kupetz led the visiting Patriots with 22 points, including four 3-pointers, late Wednesday.
Ryan Schumacher had 17 points, 21 rebounds and six assists. Jake Karst added 12 points.
John Jay (4-7) hosts Arlington Friday.
Behind several victories, Arlington beat host Carmel 54-14.
Firas Zoha (113 pounds) and Ulises Olmedo (120) each picked up victories by decision. Dennis Robin (99) and Nick Hund (106) each picked up wins by pinfall.
Chris Gresis (138) won his match 4-1, while Brady Robin (145) picked up a win by pinfall.
“I thought we wrestled well,” said Arlington coach Fred Perry, whose Admirals improved to 17-2. “I told the kids this is a step toward the league championship.”
Pearl River 40, John Jay 39 — Tyler Albis (106), Derek White (160), Eric Wakefield (195) and Gannon Duffy (113) each picked up wins by pinfall for the host Patriots.
Jack Ninos won a 3-2 decision for John Jay, which fell to 8-6.
Hendrick Hudson 63, Beacon 20 — Kyle Davis (182), Justin Warner (220) and Paul Cohn (120) each picked up wins by pinfall.
Malachi Maloney (160) won an 11-7 decision in double overtime.
Host Franklin D. Roosevelt beat the combined Kingston/New Paltz team, 141.6-131.65 late Wednesday.
Roosevelt’s Ali Bertolozzi placed second in the uneven bars (7.0), second in the floor exercise (7.5), third on the balance beam (8.0) and third in the all-around (30.35). Teammate Nikki Filiberti was third in the floor exercise (7.45).
Shannon Kelly was second in the vault (8.05) for the Presidents.
Kingston/New Paltz’s Jalynn Harrison won the all-around (31.4), the floor exercise (8.45) and the vault (8.4).