Valhalla gets 7th victory, Hackley blanks Masters and Rye Neck wins

Valhalla gets 7th victory, Hackley blanks Masters and Rye Neck wins


Valhalla gets 7th victory, Hackley blanks Masters and Rye Neck wins


Valhalla flexed its muscles again Wednesday, picking up its seventh win of the year against only one loss and two ties in a shutout of Edgemont.

That was one of six shutouts on a light day for field hockey.

Game recaps are below.

Field hockey game recaps from September 28, 2016

Field hockey game recaps from September 28, 2016

Valhalla 4, Edgemont 0: The Vikings gained their seventh win of the season as Michaella DeNatale scored twice and Vlad and Isabella Riguzzi each had a goal.

Lauren Kreder had an assist.

Edgemont’s Lillian Wills had 10 saves.

Rye 8, Byram Hills 0: Serena Feldman had 24 saves for the Bobcats and kept the Garnets off the score board for nearly 13 minutes.

But, ultimately, Rye’s relentless attack wore down Byram Hills.

The biggest problem for the Bobcats? It was senior Fusine Govaert, who’ll wear Princeton Tiger colors next year. She scored five goals and had an assist.

Kelly Ott, Lainie Agosta and Alex Meyers also scored.

Ott had two assists and Lotje Rogaar and Annie Kirpatrick one each.

Byram Hills was stuck in its defensive zone most of the game. Rye goalie Maggie Devlin had to make only one save.

Rye Neck 3, Hastings 1: Catherine Yoo scored twice and Alison Cohen once.

Kaylee Sanabria had two assists and Sonia Finkenberg one for Rye Neck.

Hannah Jones scored off an Anya van Hoggstraten assist for the Hornets.

Hastings goalie Hannah Jones had three saves. Rye Neck’s Christina Shin had one.

Croton 3, North Salem 0: Loretta Violante scored twice and Teagan Burke scored and assisted on Violante’s goals.

The game was only 1-0 until the last seven minutes, when Croton pulled away.

Emily Kehoe had an assist.

Charlie Reiner had a very strong defensive game for North Salem. Olivia Desanto had 12 saves.

Maddy Camillieri earned her shut out. She had only seven saves but one was beautiful diving stop.

Hackley 4, Masters 0: Karina Bridger had a hat track and Alex Meyer also scored.

Catherine Meyer and Lexi Schechter had assists.

Saskia Sascher-Bernstein had 15 saves for Masters.

Jenny Canoni had two saves for Hackley.

Bronxville 2, Pleasantville 0: Ellie Walsh scored and assisted on Ava Austi’s goal.

Panther goalie Jackie Bendenson stopped 17 shots.

Katie Gordon had five saves for Bronxville.

Holy Child 3, Fieldston 0: Emily Pellegrino, Lila Pfhol and Maddie Lyons scored.

Oliva Bonner and Martina Garate-Griot had assists.

Fieldston goalies Jane Leff and Maya Stokes each had eight saves.

Charlotte Wertimer stopped four shots for Holy Child in recording the shutout.

Pawling 2, Irvington 0: Sarah Campbell and Melissa Talarno scored.

Irvington keeper Nicole Sklitsis had seven saves.

Kayla Charrarri turned away five shots for the Tigers.

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