Marlon Melchor scored two goals, including the winner five minutes into overtime as the Dover boys soccer team edged host Millbrook High School, 3-2, on Thursday.
Millbrook’s Zeke Kopilak tied it at 2-2 with 1:24 left in regulation.
Gabe Dellavigne scored and Anthony DeRosa made 16 saves for Dover (2-0). Tyler Maresca and Matt Castagnozzi had 18 saves for Millbrook (3-3).
Poughkeepsie 4, Rondout Valley 0 – Manny Alfonso had a goal and an assist to lead host Poughkeepsie (3-3). Ben Pillsbury had an assist, Gary Tomas and Jaden Antonio each had a goal, and Chris Pillsbury scored off a pass from Cristobal Santiago, and Jose Martinez made four saves in the shutout.
Red Hook 2, Marlboro 0 – Jason Allen and Erik Johnson scored for the visiting Raiders (4-2) in a win.
Marlboro is 1-5-1.
New Paltz 0, Highland 0 – Highland’s Dylan Warren made 12 saves and New Paltz’s Wesley Mize had three saves.
Wallkill 1, Franklin D. Roosevelt 0 – Ryan Diehl made five saves, but the Presidents lost on the road.
Faith Christian Academy 7, New York Military Academy 0 — Dalton Lois scored four goals to lead Faith Christian Academy late Wednesday.
Sophomore Victoria Banks scored twice, including her first varsity goal in the 44th minute, to lead host Beacon to a 4-0 win over Hendrick Hudson.
Chloe Antalek added a goal and an assist, Eliza Ericson had two assists, Gabby Lucas had a goal, Analiese Compagnone had an assist, and Ema Jacketti made two saves in for Beacon (4-2).
John Jay 3, Yorktown 2 – Erin Theiller scored off a pass from Cayla Ruotolo to give visiting John Jay a 3-1 lead in the 62nd minute. Hayley Viebrock and Kiley Longin each had goals, and Juliette Vetare had two assists for the Patriots (2-2-1).
Tuckahoe 3, Pawling 2 – Grace Eichinger and Nicole Merchan each scored and Emily Hicks and Morgan McCarthy each had an assist in the loss for host Pawling (1-4).
Highland 6, Rondout Valley 1 — Brooke Harris notched a hat trick in the visiting Huskies’ win late Wednesday.
Woodstock Day School 2,Faith Christian Academy 1 — Nicole Petfield scored Faith Christian Academy’s lone goal late Wednesday.