Led by two goals apiece by George Pogyo and Dillon Ashong, the Arlington High School boys soccer team beat host Carmel 5-0 Thursday.
Juan Lavariega had the Admirals’ fifth goal. Ashong added an assist, while Zack Valckenaere had two assists. Paul Makaj and Eric Layden each added one assist.
Goalie Ryan Wilson made one save.
“We came out early and created opportunities,” said Arlington coach Craig Sanborn, whose Admirals improved to 13-1. “We were finishing early opportunities and that controls the match, allows us to be little more flexible running guys in and out.”
The Admirals host Mahopac at 11 a.m. Saturday.
Dover 3, Webutuck 2 — Jamal Williams and Kenny Joseph each scored a goal to lead the host Dragons.
Casey Cardenas made two saves before suffering an injury in the 15th minute, Dover coach Bob Esposito said. Chris Paciello subbed in at goalkeeper and made six saves for the Dragons (4-6-2).
Dover visits Pawling at 4:30 p.m. Friday.
Beacon 1, Hendrick Hudson 0 — Matt Wyant scored off a pass from Devin Lambe in the 56th minute for visiting Beacon (9-6).
Declan Costello made six saves for the Bulldogs.
“It’s a good result for us,” Beacon coach Craig Seaman said. “Hendrick Hudson is a good opponent and our team did well.”
Beacon visits Walter Panas at 7 p.m. Monday.
Arlington B 3, North Salem 0 — Nik Baginski, Reed Burton and Andrew Markoe each scored to lead the Admirals at home, stretching Arlington’s win streak to nine in a row on its senior day. Chris DiLello made three saves.
“The boys have continued to develop,” Admirals coach Erik Zeyher said. “They went out and got a win over North Salem, a quality program.”
Zeyher said senior captain Preston Hill “had a tremendous game.”
The Admirals (11-3) visit Putnam Valley at noon Saturday.
Red Hook 4, Poughkeepsie 1 — Dennis Hare scored three goals while Colin Sullivan added one goal for the visiting Raiders. Sullivan, Owen Sagerman and Jeff Kiluba each had assists.
Hare’s goal, off a header early in the second half, gave the Raiders a 2-0 lead.
Daniel Juarez scored off a pass from Manny Alfonso in the 52nd minute and Jose Martinez made 11 saves for Poughkeepsie (4-9).
“It’s good prep for the MHALs (Mid-Hudson Athletic League tournament),” said Red Hook coach Steve Sutton, whose Raiders improved to 13-1. “We played up a level and we were able to get Dennis free a couple times, and that makes a difference.”
The Raiders will play either Wallkill or Franklin D. Roosevelt at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the MHAL semifinals.
Franklin D. Roosevelt 4, Marlboro 1 — Jair Cruz scored twice while Ethan Hart scored once and added an assist for the visiting Presidents. Bethuel Yebouet also scored a goal while Markese Shelby and Brandon Gracias made assists. Ryan Diehl made six saves.
Jason Bruno scored Marlboro’s lone goal.
The Presidents (9-5) will face Wallkill in a one-game playoff, though the date, time and location have yet to be determined. Roosevelt coach Brandon Opitz said he has an idea of when and where it might take place, however.
“It’s looking like Saturday at Highland,” Opitz said.
Roy C. Ketcham 3, Mahopac 1 — David Siriboe, Noah Robinson and Dan Veliz each scored to lift the visiting Indians. Robinson and Veliz each made an assist, and Erick Naula added an assist.
Mike Rodriguez made three saves for Ketcham (9-5), which hosts John Jay at 11 a.m. Saturday.
Millbrook 4, S.S. Seward 3 — Zeke Kopilak scored the deciding fourth goal in the 60th minute for visiting Millbrook (6-8).
Kopilak’s goal gave the Blazers a 4-2 lead. Sean Stegner had a goal and an assist, Alex Censi had an assist and Andrew Radovic made nine saves in the win.
Chris Maresca scored off a pass from his twin brother Tyler to put Millbrook on the board.
Millbrook hosts Onteora at 4:15 p.m. Monday.
Pine Plains 1, Onteora 1 — Tyler Pusiello scored off a pass from Matthew Funk for visiting Pine Plains. Omar Mendez made and Omar Santiago each made two saves for the Bombers.
Walter Panas 2, Our Lady of Lourdes 1 — Anthony Quatrochi scored in the 13th minute off a feed from Tony Kung, but the Warriors lost in double overtime to the visiting Panthers.
Bailey McCollum had three goals and an assist to lead the Haldane High School girls soccer team to a 9-0 win over visiting Pawling on Thursday.
Tobey Kane-Seitz and Ally Ashburn both had a goal and an assist. Marina Martin, Allison Chiera, Sara Labriola and Robin Ben Adi each had a goal. Alzy Cinquanta added an assist.
Amelia Hall made one save in goal for the Blue Devils (9-4-2). Abigail Frank had 20 saves for Pawling.
Haldane hosts Putnam Valley at 11 a.m. Saturday in its final game of the regular season.
Marlboro 3, Franklin D. Roosevelt 1 — Hannah Sullivan scored once and added two assists to lead the host Iron Dukes late Wednesday. Taylor DuBois and Taylor Guido also scored, while Joyce Rider made an assist.
Eliz Fino and Emily Mott each made two saves for Marlboro (5-6).
Sydney Currier scored on an assist by Ryan-Marie Duncan for the Presidents’ lone goal. Kelsie McDowell had five saves for Roosevelt (3-7-1).