With a goal from Catherine Gallery, the Our Lady of Lourdes High School field hockey team won its first game of the season Monday, beating visiting Putnam Valley 1-0.
Elizabeth Calio made the assist while Mia Ardovini made 10 saves in goal.
Lourdes (1-9) hosts Ossining on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.
John Jay 3, Carmel 1 — Cailin Bahret scored twice to lead the host Patriots. Jenna Croce scored the third goal, and Ellie Reck contributed with two assists.
“The attack players were hungry to score today,” Patriots coach Kristen Perry said.
John Jay (6-4-1) visits Mahopac Tuesday at 4:15 p.m.
Pawling 1, North Salem 0 — Lauren Folchetti poured in the visiting Tigers’ lone goal on an assist by Ashley Cody and Lexi Fleming. Goalie Kayla Chavarri made two saves.
“It was a tough game for us. We and North Salem are competitive,” Pawling coach June Lagan said. “The kids handled it nicely and worked together as a team.”
The Tigers (10-0) visit Walter Panas at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday.
Pine Plains 7, Rhinebeck 0 — Tiffany McMahon poured in three goals to lead host Pine Plains. Cortney Conley, Katie Gomm, Sophia Capalbo and Alexis Reilly each contributed with a goal apiece.
Rachel Beam contributed with three assists, while Nicole Reilley added two assists,
Rhinebeck’s Sara Fleischhauer had 33 saves on 41 shots on goal.
Amanda Simmons and Alice Wilser split time in net and Wilser recorded three saves.
Pine Plains (6-5) visits Dover at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday.
At par-36 New Paltz Golf Course, the host Huguenots defeated Red Hook, 171-172.
Wesley Watts shot a team-low 40 for New Paltz (7-4), while teammate Mike Gottstine shot a 41. Myles Shipe added a 43.
Red Hook (6-4) was led by Austin Lunstedt, who earned medalist honors with a 36. James Rosetti carded a 42 and Cam Hackett shot a 46.
Marlboro 183, Highland 207 — Charles Benfer shot a team-low 45 for the host Iron Dukes at par-35 Apple Greens Golf Course. Teammates Connor Corrado, Cade Cabrera and Justin Boehlke each shot a 46.
Robbie Whalen carded a 41 for Highland (0-9).
Arlington swept visiting Mahopac, 7-0 behind Maranda Sears, who won 6-0, 6-0 at first singles. Jill Colon won 6-1, 6-0 at second singles, while Katharine Lee and Sahana Malella won at first doubles, 6-1, 6-0.
Marlboro 3, Onteora 2 — Grace Messenger picked up a win at second singles for the host Iron Dukes, while Madi Ross and Brittany DeSantis won at first doubles. Adriana Vacante and Julie Truncali won at second doubles.
Ellenville 3, Highland 2 — Emma DiLascio won at first singles, Kate McCutcheon won at second singles for the host Huskies.
Christian Santiago finished first in a time of 15:16 for Faith Christian Academy. Justin Ruyck was third (16:39), and Bruno DiGennaro finished sixth (16:51). Emily Santiago came in second overall for the girls in a time of 20:24.