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High school roundup: Reilly, Beam spark Pine Plains | USA Today High School Sports

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Alexis Reilly scored twice and Rachel Beam had three assists to lead the visiting Pine Plains field hockey team over Elenville, 3-1, on Wednesday.

Catie Gomm put the Bombers on the board 1:28 into the game and Reilly made it 2-0 with 13:56 remaining in the first half. Amanda Simmons made 11 saves for Pine Plains (7-6-1), which qualified for the Mid-Hudson Athletic League tournament. The Bombers had 27 shots on goal and a 10 to nothing advantage in penalty corners.

Savanna James scored for Ellenville late in the second half.

Pawling 1, North Salem 1 — Ashley Cody scored off a pass from Lauren Folchetti for host Pawling in the tie. Kayla Chavarri made three saves for Pawling (12-1-1), which defeated North Salem, 1-0, in a similarly hard-fought game earlier this season, Pawling coach June Lagan said.

“The kids played well and they played together as a team,” she said. “That’s what we hope for every day.”

Lagan said it was a “pink game” for Pawling, encouraging breast cancer awareness by wearing pink socks, pink headbands and painting 200 pumpkins as a fundraiser.

Pawling hosts Hendrick Hudson on Friday.

Pine Bush 1, Spackenkill 0 — Elizabeth Schwoerer made 13 saves in the loss for visiting Spackenkill (1-10-2). Brittany Vasquez scored off a pass from Meghan Hennig with 20:06 left in the second half for Pine Bush.

Kingston 6, Red Hook 0 — Olivia Ranieri made 14 saves in the loss for host Red Hook.

Cross country

Red Hook’s Travis Kassner took first, completing the 5K course at Millbrook High School in 19:50.55 in a tri-meet including Red Hook, Millbrook and Highland on Tuesday. Ethan Husted of Red Hook took second (19:52.2). Millbrook’s Chris Estremera finished third (20:25.73) and Highland’s Jake Tomanocy took fourth (20:37.05).

Sheena Dwyer-McNulty took first for the Red Hook girls team, finishing the course in 22:12. Teammate Mia Michaelides placed second (23:11). Millbrook’s Kaitlin Daly took third (24:53) and Red Hook’s Kira Bruno placed fourth (25:19).

Franklin D. Roosevelt 15, Dover 15, Rhinebeck 48 — Joe Hues took first in the 5K at Mills Mansion, completing the course in 18:03 to lead Roosevelt in a tri-meet late Tuesday. Roosevelt teammates Garrett Burnett (18:09) and Wyatt Matyas (18:32) took second and third, respectively. Dover’s Kevin McMorrow placed fourth (18:34). Rhinebeck’s Lyle Schwartz took 24th (22:27).

Roosevelt’s Sarah Trainor (21:25), Taylor Small (22:58) and Sarah Zagorski (23:48) finished first, second and third. Dover’s Lindsay Demers finished fourth (24:58) and Rhinebeck’s Maggie Hanson was 14th (26:55).

Dual meet at Wallkill High School — New Paltz’s Anthony Fazio took second, running the 5K in 17:51.06 at Wallkill on Tuesday. Marlboro’s Cliff Rood finished fifth (18:43.66), New Paltz’s Chad Catania placed eighth (19:01.78) and Marlboro’s Billy Bernicker took ninth (19:03.69).

New Paltz’s Jessica Cohen placed second in the girls race (20:19). Teammate Jordan Nagel took third (21:38). Marlboro’s Bryanna Mazzella finished fourth (22:05), New Paltz’s Willa Butler was fifth (22:23) and Marlboro’s Jen Herd placed sixth (22:33).

Girls tennis

Matha Topolnitski of Pawling advanced to the Section 1 Conference 1 tournament with a three-set win. Topolnitski lost the first set and came back to win the next two.

She will play in the round of eight on Thursday.

Dayna DiMarco from Our Lady of Lourdes lost to Anya Ivenitsky from John Jay-Cross River, 2-6, 2-6.

Girls swimming and diving

Girls swimming and diving

Behind a win in the 200 freestyle and the 500 freestyle by Antonia DeMassio, host Marlboro beat visiting Goshen 60-32 and Rhinebeck 51-38.

DeMassio won the 200 freestyle in 2:10.68 and the 500 freestyle in 5:52.72. Teammate Ashley Benkert won the 200 individual medley (2:31.58) and the 100 butterfly (1:08.25). Emily Benkert won the 100 freestyle (1:00.94) while Laynie Callo took first in the 100 backstroke (1:08.38).

Miya Vitale won the 200 individual medley for Rhinebeck (2:24.56) and the 100 backstroke (1:07.70). Kathryn Sistare win the 100 breaststroke (1:16.75).

Franklin D. Roosevelt 100, Warwick 85 — Emma Reining took first in the 500 freestyle (5:45.23) and the 200 freestyle (2:09.30) for visiting Roosevelt. Fellow President Ashley Patierno won the 200 individual medley (2:33.83) and the 100 backstroke (1:09.35).

Katelyn Patierno won the 100 breaststroke (1:18.47), Amber Diehl won the 100 freestyle (1:00.13) and Emily Pitz won the 100 butterfly (1:09.96).

Brewster 91, John Jay 79 — Caitlin Newhard won the 200 individual medley (2:33.44), though it came in a loss for host John Jay late Tuesday.

DeAnna Newman took first in the 50 freestyle (28.26), Lakshmi Bapatla won the 100 freestyle (1:02), Kristen Seward placed first in the 500 freestyle (6:18.70), and the team of Bapatla, Newhard, Scarduzio and Newman won the 200 freestyle relay (1:56.89) for the Patriots (4-4).

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