Rye Country Day field hockey coach Georgette Summers notched her 200th career win Wednesday as her No. 1 Wildcats beat Brearley 6-1 in the quarterfinal round of the New York State Association of Independent Schools Athletic Association playoffs.
The win upped Summers’ record to 200-72-15 at Rye Country Day.
Natalie Alpert had a hat trick and Olivia Friedberg had two goals and two assists to lead the Wildcats, who’ll host No. 4 Riverdale Friday at 2:30 p.m. in the semifinals.
Cate Mollerus scored off a penalty stroke and added two assists. Cristina Johnson scored and Oliver Weaver had an assist.
Mia Coleman scored Brearley’s goal.
Charlotte Teplizt had 17 saves for Brearley Genny Kortick stopped two shots and Ruth Reynolds one for Rye Country Day.
Hackley 2, Nichols 0
In another NYSAISAA quarterfinal game, Catherine Meyer scored and assisted on Eleanor Henrich’s goal and Jenny Canoni had a nine-save shutout as No. 3 Hackley advanced to the NYSAIS tournament’s semifinal with a 2-0 quarterfinal win over No. 6 Nichols.
Nichols goalie Madeline Tucker had three saves.
Hackley will play at No. 2 Holy Child Friday at 2:30 p.m.
Holy Child 5, Masters 0: Olivia Bonner had a hat trick as No. 2 Holy Child beat No. 7 Masters.
Molly Mackie, who opened the scoring on a Martina Garate-Griot assist, also had an assist.
Freshman Sara Shultis also scored her first ever varsity goal.
Garate-Griot also had another assist.
Masters goalie Saskia Bernstein had 15 saves.
Charlotte Wertimer stopped one shot for Holy Child.
The Gryphons will play No. 3 Hackley at Holy Child Friday at 2:30 p.m.