Marcellus Calhoun ran for 56 yards and a touchdown to lead the Marist College football team over host Campbell, 13-10, on Saturday in North Carolina.
Mike Maccarone’s 28-yard field goal gave the Red Foxes a 13-10 lead with 7:49 remaining in the fourth quarter as Marist earned its first Pioneer Football League win this season.
Calhoun’s 1-yard touchdown run had given Marist a 10-7 lead in the third quarter, then Mitchell Brown kicked a tying 37-yard field goal for Campbell (3-3) early in the fourth quarter.
Mike White completed 14 of 31 passes for 223 yards and Maccarone made two field goals for Marist (2-4). Malik Simmons had three receptions for 60 yards and Matt Tralli had five catches for 58 yards.
Zach Adler, Wes Beans and Brandon Miller each had an interception for the Red Foxes.
Marist has a bye week then returns to action on Oct. 24, visiting Davidson in North Carolina.
Lenny Ordonez scored twice, including the deciding goal off an assist from Chris Milano in the 27th minute as Webutuck topped Onteora, 2-1, on Saturday.
Fabian Vega assisted Ordonez’s first goal in the seventh minute and Thomas Stefanopoulos made nine saves for the Warriors (5-7-1). With the win, Webutuck clinched a sectional playoff berth, according to coach Kevin Doyle.
“I’m excited for it because of the way of the way we had to do it,” Doyle said. “Our team is very young; we have two starting freshman and two starting sophomores. It wasn’t easy, but I think it shows the underclassmen that the hard work can pay off in the end.”
Webutuck visits Marlboro at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday.
Wallkill 5, Highland 2 — Colin Ivich and Alfred Worrad each scored in the loss for host Highland (3-8). Attilio CrimiVaroli had an assist and Arthur Worrad had 12 saves.
“I was happy that we scored on a quality team like Wallkill,” Highland coach Terri Cilento said. “(Wallkill) has a lot of power and some individual players who are really, really good.”
Highland hosts Poughkeepsie at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday.
Port Chester 3, Roy C. Ketcham 2 — Noah Robinson and Erik Naula each scored in the second half for the host Indians, who could not complete a comeback from a 2-0 deficit. “It was a difficult match against a very good team in Port Chester,” Ketcham coach Scott Grimes said. “We dominated the second half.”
Ketcham visits Arlington at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday.
Kevin McMorrow took first with a time of 15:44 to lead the Dover boys team to first place at the John Lombardo Invitational at Saugerties High School.
William Esposito finished third (16:46) and Andrew Lee took seventh (17:08).
“We hoped to be in the top-three teams,” Dover coach Matt Pool said. “So we were very excited that we won.”
Lindsey Demers took 17th overall (20:40) and led the Dover girls team to a fourth-place finish.
Millbrook takes 12th — Chris Estremera took 29th, completing the 5k course in 17:50 to lead the Millbrook boys team to 12th place overall. Kaitlin Daly took 40th (22:19) for the Millbrook girls team.
John Jay takes fourth in Bobcat Invitational — Rachel Williams finished eighth (20:53) and Marion Dietz took 19th (21:29) in the 5k course at Bryam Hills High School to lead the John Jay girls team.
Sean Murray placed seventh (17:06) to lead the John Jay boys, who finished 10th overall. Jack Ninos took 26th (17:52) and James Dinan finished 43rd (18:37).
Dayna DiMarco won 8-4 at first singles for visiting Our Lady of Lourdes in a 4-3 win over Hendrick Hudson late Friday. The teams played pro sets and competed indoors to beat the rain. Danielle Ogonowski won, 8-3, at second singles and Grace O’Connor won, 8-7, at third singles.