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Honor Roll: Hard runners, high scorers rule week

Michelle Giamportone

Michelle Giamportone

Jeffrey Peters

Jeffrey Peters

Bristol Smith, John Jay football— Smith rumbled to 159 yards and two touchdowns in trouncing North Rockland 29-8.

Delvin Wood, Millbrook football — Wood ran for 139 yards and two touchdowns, and caught a 22-yard touchdown to beat Tri-Valley 34-0.

Camron Abalos, Spackenkill football — In a victory over Rondout Valley that ensured a playoff spot, Abalos ran for 135 yards and two touchdowns, threw for 115 yards and intercepted a fourth-quarter pass.

Jaquon Futrell, Dover football — Futrell had 296 yards and five touchdowns on the ground in the first half of a 60-0 win over Ellenville.

Rino Tamburri, Marlboro football — The running back racked up 234 rushing yards and four touchdowns, and made 13 tackles, in rolling over Red Hook 62-13.

Rino Tamburri

Rino Tamburri

Cameron Shorey, Beacon football — In a loss to Byram Hills, Shorey ran for 165 yards and three touchdowns, and caught two passes for 42 yards and a touchdown.

Gabby Prichard, Spackenkill girls soccer — Prichard notched a hat trick against Onteora.

Michelle Giamportone, Rhinebeck girls soccer — Giamportone had two goals and an assist in a shutout of Millbrook. She also had three goals and three assists in shutting out Pine Plains.

Katelyn Rosa, Beacon girls soccer — Rosa, an eighth-grader, scored her first varsity goal in a loss to John Jay-Cross River.

Bailey McCollum, Haldane girls soccer — McCollum accounted for two goals and three assists in beating Pawling 6-0.

Mike Ciardullo, John Jay boys soccer — The Patriot became the first opposing player to score on Arlington this season, as John Jay handed Arlington a 1-0 loss.

Chris Stamper, Spackenkill boys soccer — The lone goal in the Spartans’ win over Ellenville came on Stamper’s penalty kick in the 56th minute.

Terrel Davis, Beacon boys soccer — Davis accounted for three goals in Beacon’s 5-0 win over Walter Panas.

Alfredo Sosa, Millbrook boys soccer — Sosa scored twice against Pine Plains, including the game-winner late in the second half.

Ethan Hart, Franklin D. Roosevelt boys soccer — Hart had six goals and an assist between a pair of 6-0 wins over Poughkeepsie.

Ryan Euell, Rhinebeck boys soccer — Euell had two goals and an assist in a 3-0 victory over Pine Plains.

Ryan Euell

Ryan Euell

Jenna Fusco, John Jay field hockey — Fusco scored both her team’s goals in the second half to top Roy C. Ketcham 2-1.

Kristen DeSousa, Ketcham field hockey — DeSousa made 14 saves in a 2-1 loss to John Jay.

Kenya Blue, Webutuck field hockey — Blue recorded two of Webutuck’s three goals in a shutout of Ellenville.

Rachel Beam, Catie Gomm, Pine Plains field hockey — The Bombers duo split four goals in a victory over Onteora.

Fiona Weinstein, New Paltz field hockey — Weinstein scored three goals to help defeat Poughkeepsie.

Caroline Timm, Our Lady of Lourdes girls cross country — Timm placed first in the Brewster Bear Classic.

Maranda Sears, Arlington girls tennis — Sears earned a 6-2, 6-2 first-singles win in a 4-3 victory over Ketcham.

Maranda Sears

Maranda Sears

Taylor Felicello, Marlboro volleyball — The setter had 22 assists and three kills in a four-set win over Rondout Valley.

Irina Alekseeva, Beacon volleyball — In a five-set win over Ossining, Alekseeva had 28 kills, her fourth 20-plus-kill match of the season.

Nini Sher, Spackenkill volleyball — Sher’s 24 kills and eight aces helped the Spartans edge Marlboro 25-21, 16-25, 25-15, 18-25, 27-25.Jaclyn Smith, Clara Lombardo, Pawling volleyball — In sweeping Mahopac, Smith had 15 kills and 13 digs, and Lombardo had 26 assists.

Brenna Nelson, Spackenkill volleyball — Nelson had 24 assists in a sweep of Rondout Valley.

Megan Fergus, Millbrook volleyball — Fergus had 16 kills and 10 digs in a three-set victory over Roosevelt.

Kira Payman, Rachael Torella, Arlington volleyball — In a four-set win over John Jay, Payman had 20 kills and 24 digs, while Torella had 27 assists and 22 digs.

Jeffrey Peters, Roosevelt boys golf — Peters fired a three-over-par 39 at Dinsmore Golf Course in a five-stroke victory over New Paltz.

Austin Lundstedt, Red Hook boys golf — Lundstedt’s two-over-par 38 at Red Hook Golf Course came in a loss to Rondout Valley.

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