Dillon Ashong and George Pogyo each scored twice and Travis Cartica had two assists to lead visiting Arlington High School over Mahopac, 7-1, in boys soccer on Thursday.
Ashong put the Admirals on the board 1:30 into the match, scoring off a pass from Cartica. Pogyo’s first goal, off a feed from Ashong, gave Arlington a 2-0 lead in the fourth minute.
Will Kautsky, Zach Valckenaere and Frankie Ljucovic each added a goal for Arlington (10-1). Ryan Wilson made two saves and Jimmy Martin had one in the win.
The Admirals host Beacon at 4:15 p.m. Friday.
Red Hook 1, Saugerties 0 — Colin Sullivan scored on a cross from Hudson Miller for host Red Hook. Zach Sivulich had passed the ball to Miller on a corner kick. Zack Decker made two saves for the Raiders (9-1).
“Saugerties was really well organized and made it very difficult for us to get into the final third,” Raiders coach Steve Sutton said in a statement. “They are a solid team that is really coming together at the right time.”
New Paltz 3, Marlboro 0 — Jasper Baur scored two goals and Will Cymbal added another to lead visiting New Paltz. Will Kay made four saves for the Huguenots (6-4). Anthony LoPiccolo had seven saves for Marlboro (2-10).
Wallkill 5, Poughkeepsie 1 — Jonathan Rojas scored off a pass from Manuel Alfonso 10 minutes into the second half that pulled host Poughkeepsie within 2-1. Jose Martinez made four saves for the Pioneers (3-8).
Wallkill is 9-2.
Poughkeepsie visits Highland at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday.
Ellenville 6, Pine Plains 0 — Omar Mendez made six saves in the loss for visiting Pine Plains (2-8-1). Ellenville had a 16-5 advantage in shots on goal.
Roy C. Ketcham 5, Carmel 0 — David Siriboe had two goals and an assist and Eddie May had a goal and two assists to lead host Ketcham (8-3) late Wednesday. Nick Laska and Joe Tosto each added a goal, Dan Veliz and Mason Sanborn each had assist. Mike Rodriguez made one save in the shutout.
The Indians host Port Chester at 10 a.m. Saturday.
John Jay 4, Mahopac 3 — Nick Dillman scored the winner in the 76th minute for host John Jay. Dillman had tied it in the 59th minute on an assist by Mike Ciardullo.
Kevin Turi and and Rishi Sharma also scored for the Patriots (9-2-2), who host New Rochelle at 4:30 p.m. Friday.