Mike White threw three touchdowns, but Marist College lost to host San Diego, 30-27, on Saturday in Pioneer Football League play.
Anthony Lawrence’s 5-yard touchdown pass to Justin Priest gave San Diego a 27-20 lead with 43 seconds left in the third quarter, and Jack Flatau’s 23-yard field goal pushed the lead to 10 with 5:25 remaining.
White hit Juston Christian for a 77-yard score that pulled Marist within three with 5:05 left, but the Red Foxes couldn’t mount another scoring drive. White threw for 237 yards, but was intercepted twice.
Lawrence Dickens had three receptions for 76 yards and two touchdowns, and Marcellus Calhoun ran for 104 yards. Garrett Clay’s 1-yard touchdown run gave Marist a 20-7 lead in the second before San Diego rallied.
Marist linebacker Miguel Sandoval proposed to his girlfriend after the game and she accepted.
The Red Foxes visit Campbell in North Carolina at 6 p.m. Saturday.
Caroline Timm took first, completing the 5k course at Brewster High School in 18:21 to lead the Our Lady of Lourdes cross country team in the Brewster Bear Classic Invitational on Saturday.
Bella Clark took 27th (21:25) for the Warriors.
“The course was muddy, so Caroline did a phenomenal job running in that time,” Lourdes coach Maureen Myers said. “She’s awesome.”
Zach Ropes finished seventh (16:32) to lead the Lourdes boys team, which took fifth place. Will Whelan placed 16th (17:08), Alex Scotto took 36th (18:12), Jack Belardo finished 49th (18:41) and Luke Della Pietra placed 57th (18:54).
Pawling takes eighth in McQuaid Invitational — Matt Whitworth took 11th place, completing the course in 15:54 at the McQuaid Cross Country Invitational in Rochester to lead the Pawling boys to eighth place on Saturday.
Danny DelBalzo (17:02), Alex Petruso (17:09), Kyle Christian (17:23) and James Comerford (18:15) each contributed for the Tigers. Sophomore Jon Tina placed third out of 340 competitors with a time of 17:29 in the junior varsity race.
Katelyn Huggard finished 15th overall (18:20) to lead the Pawling girls. Pawling hosts its league championship at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Lakeside Park.
Jummie Akinwunmi was named all-tournament Irina Alekseeva and Jasmine Buckley were named tournament co-MVP after leading Beacon in a 31-33, 25-23, 15-11 over Pawling in the final of the Pawling tournament on Saturday. Claire Lombardo was named all-tournament and Jaclyn Smith was named team MVP for Pawling.
Beacon went 5-0 in pool play and Pawling was 4-1. Red Hook finished 1-4; Peekskill went 3-2; Irvington went 2-3; S.S. Seward was 0-5.
Millbrook 3, Poughkeepsie 0 — Megan Fergus had 12 kills and Kayla Gusikoff had 19 assists and 12 aces to lead the Blazers in a 25-8, 25-12, 25-11 win late Friday. Liz Halpin added three kills and seven aces for Millbrook (8-1), which hosts Highland and Onteora on Monday.
Amanda Simmons made six saves for visiting Pine Plains, but the Bombers lost to Taconic Hills, 1-0, in overtime late Friday. Pine Plains hosts Rhinebeck at 4:15 p.m. Monday.
Girls swimming and diving
DeAnna Newman won the 50 freestyle in 28.02 to lead host John Jay over Roy C. Ketcham, 87-70, late Friday. Teresa Scarduzio, Ereena Akirtava, Violetta Dekert and Anna Rivera won the 200 freestyle relay (2:00.78) for the Patriots. Sarah Gerlein won the 500 freestyle (6:29.47) and Amy Zhou took first in the 100 breaststroke (1:20.50).
Our Lady of Lourdes 114, Beacon 63 — Clare Bosse won the 100 butterfly (1:03.37) and Rachel Webb took first in the 50 freestyle (27:85) for the visiting Warriors late Friday. Mary Nikolski won the 200 individual medley (2:35.42), Erin Jordan won the 100 freestyle (1:06.26) and Eleanor Bolander won the 500 freestyle (6:35.71).
Beacon’s Amber Butler won the 200 freestyle (2:27.21) and teammate Cassandra Ruffy won the 100 breaststroke (1:25.44).
Ossining 86, Arlington 84 — Rebecca Baione won the 100 butterfly (1:05.03) and the 200 individual medley (2:20.29) for the host Admirals late Friday. Allison Noble won the 100 backstroke (1:07.56) and Ina Elcott took first in the 200 freestyle (2:04.40).