Brandon Dushaj shot an 8-over par 44 at The Links at Union Vale to lead the host Arlington High School boys golf team in a 238-271 win over Our Lady of Lourdes on Tuesday.
Matt Toste carded a 47, and brothers Peter and Dillon Petrillo each had a 48 for the Admirals (6-5). Lourdes’ Garrett Ossolinski shot a match-best 42.
Arlington visits John Jay at 3:30 p.m. Thursday at Beekman Golf Club.
Boys track and field
Max LaFalce won the 110-meter hurdles (16.26 seconds) and 400 hurdles (1:02.5) to lead host Franklin D. Roosevelt over Wallkill, 100-41, on Tuesday.
Neil Tompkins took first in the discus (126 feet, 6 inches) and the shot put (38 feet, 8 inches) for the Presidents (6-0). Garrett Burnett won the 2-mile (10:25) and took second in the 1-mile (4:48).
Competing for Faith Christian Academy was Kwame Maranga, who won the long jump (19-0).
Roosevelt will host the Race at the Oval Office invitational on May 17. The tournament will include 17 teams, including several local squads.
John Jay 91, Roy C. Ketcham 51 — Sean Murray won the 1,500 meters (4:46.03) and the 3,000 meters (10:08.42) for the visiting Patriots late Monday. Shawn Norton won the long jump (19-8).
Vlad Kadish placed first in the 200 meters (23.1) for the Indians.
Girls track and field
Mercedes Junior won the 100 meters (12.7 seconds) and the 200 (27.9) and took second in the long jump (14 feet, 9 inches) to lead host Franklin D. Roosevelt in a 90-47 win over Wallkill.
Destiny Williams won the shot put (24 feet, ½ inch) and the discus (64 feet, 1 inch) for the Presidents (6-0). Sarah Trainor won the 1,500 (5:36.2) and the 800 (2:41.1).
John Jay 94, Ketcham 50 — Khiara Young won the 200 meters (26.6) for the visiting Patriots late Monday. Teammate Sam Mosca won the 800 meters (2:34.15) while LeAnne Wisner won the shot put (23-4 ½) and the discus (61-0).
Sabrina Sura won the triple jump (29-0) for the Indians.
Kelsey Twan shot a 9-over par 44 at Dutchess Golf Course to lead Lourdes to a 283-332 win over Beacon late Monday.
Jessica D’Auria carded a 50 and Catherine Gambeski shot a 54 for the Warriors (1-4). Maddie Lynch had a 67, Brianna Cirillo shot an 80 and Sarah Sayegh had 68.
Lourdes visits Wappingers at 4 p.m. Friday at Beekman Country Club.
Henry Roemer allowed four hits and struck out two in a complete game to lead visiting Pine Plains over Millbrook, 6-2, late Monday.
Hunter Parks had two RBI for the Bombers.
Brandon Zimmer struck out five in a complete game, and Ethan Martell and Jacob Weight each scored a run for Millbrook.
Poughkeepsie Day School 11, Marvelwood 1 — Erik Hedlund pitched a no-hitter with two walks and 11 strikeouts to lead Poughkeepsie Day School late Tuesday.
The sophomore notched the first no-hitter of his career, and the second in program history.
“He was spotting the fastball and switching it up with the changeup,” Navigators coach David Jordan said. “His arm was live. Which was awesome, because it wasn’t the best weather to throw in.”
Marvelwood’s run scored by way of a walk and an error in the fourth inning.
Hedlund also was 1 for 2 with a solo homer in the fourth. Ethan Brown was 2 for 2 with two doubles and two RBI and Naseem Jamal went 2 for 3 with two doubles for PDS (4-0). Eighth-grader Diego Maya-Barron was 1 for 1 with two walks and two RBIs, including the first of his career.
The Navigators visit Marvelwood at 4 p.m. Friday.
Faith Christian Academy 17, Storm King 1 — Austin Ackerbauer went 4 for 4 with five RBI to lead the Falcons at home late Monday.
Aaron Wasvary allowed a hit and struck out 12 in five innings to earn the win. He carried a no-hitter into the fifth inning with one out for Faith Christian Academy (3-2).
The Falcons host Hoosac School at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Saugerties 5, Franklin D. Roosevelt 2 — Ethan Klein went 3 for 3 and Brandon Greenspan was 1 for 3 with a triple in the loss for visiting Roosevelt late Monday.
Klein also struck out three in 4 ⅓ innings.
Taylor Brandl hit a grand slam during Faith Christian Academy’s 24-12 win over Marvelwood late Monday. Sydney Beck pitched the final two innings to earn the win for the Falcons (3-0).
FCA visits Harvey School on Wednesday.