H.S. roundup: Arlington girls lacrosse wins with defense

H.S. roundup: Arlington girls lacrosse wins with defense

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H.S. roundup: Arlington girls lacrosse wins with defense

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Danielle Heady had four goals and an assist to lead host Arlington High School over Monroe-Woodbury, 9-2, in girls lacrosse on Saturday.

Jo Bleakley had three caused turnovers and a ground ball, and Bianca Assenza had three ground balls and a caused turnover to key the Admirals defense, which stifled Monroe-Woodbury.

Danielle DiLorenzo added three goals and an assist, Abby Carlin had a goal and two assists, Rosie Debellis scored a goal and Lauren Tarnowski had an assist. Maryn Lowell made six saves and Claire Otis had two stops for the Admirals (3-2).

Arlington hosts Putnam Valley at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Red Hook 19, Highland 5 — Ciara Burud scored a career-high 10 goals and dished four assists to lead Red Hook late Friday.

“She is a great talent and she works really hard to maximize it,” Raiders coach Yvonne Turchetti said of the senior, who surpassed her previous high of eight goals. “She’s improved tremendously all facets of her game from each year. It’s been clear since the preseason that she puts a lot of time in. She’s explosive and is a great asset to the team.”

Mia Michaelides added five goals and three assists for Red Hook (1-0). Natalie Ryan had two goals and two assists and 14 draw controls, and Julia Bemis scored twice. DeCourcey Gardner made three saves in the win.

Elizabeth Fino and Abigail Munson each scored twice, and Miranda Bellacicco had 12 saves for Highland.

Lakeland/Walter Panas 18, Wappingers 11 — Ellie Reck scored four goals in the Warriors’ road loss.

Cailin Bahret and Jessica Lasaponara each added two goals and an assist, Jenna Fusco scored twice and Alyssa Carpentieri had a goal for Wappingers (1-3). Skylar Carpentieri made five saves.

The Warriors (1-3) host Monroe-Woodbury at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Boys lacrosse

James Pratt had three goals and two assists and Jake Shawn had a goal and six assists to lead Wappingers over host North Salem, 16-0.

Austin Cox added three goals and an assist and Billy Biegun had two goals and two assists for the Warriors (5-0). Travis Ventura and Karl Volk each scored twice and Emad Jamal made three saves in the win. Biegun and Brent Kohl combined to win 16 of 20 faceoffs for Wappingers.

Washingtonville 14, Franklin D. Roosevelt 3 — Kevin Wise had a goal and an assist, and Jack Hamel and Christian Medina each scored for host Roosevelt in the loss.

Eli Kochman had an assist and Matt Bertsche made seven saves for the Presidents (1-2).

Roosevelt visits James I. O’Neill at 4:30 p.m. Monday.

Boys track and field

The 400-meter relay team of Simon Jefferson, Tony Kaikai, David Adams and Rayvon Grey took first, finishing in 44.78 seconds, to lead Beacon over North Rockland, 71-70, in the Cornwall Invitational.

Grey and Adams took first in the long jump relay (41 feet, eight inches) and triple jump relay (84-5). Colin Battersby took second in the 2,000-meter steeplechase and his time of 6:28 was fourth best in New York, according to Bulldogs coach Jim Henry. David, Grey, Jefferson and Ian Soares took second in the spring medley relay (3:43).

Ryan Horsford, Alex Laird, Kaikai and Battersby won the 1,600 relay in 3:40.

“The boys did a fabulous job of fighting for every last point to win the meet against 27 other teams and knock off and a talented and deep North Rockland squad,” Henry said in a statement. “Beacon picked up 12 points in the sprint medley relay and (1,600) relay while North Rockland only got 10. This brought Beacon from a 60-59 deficit to a one-point victory.”

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