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High school roundup: Arlington boys soccer shuts down Mahopac | USA Today High School Sports



Behind two goals from Vinny Colantuono and one from Dillon Ashong, the Arlington High School boys soccer team defeated visiting Mahopac, 3-0 on Saturday.

Ashong and George Pogyo each had an assist, while Ryan Wilson made three saves.

“The boys did a good job of moving the ball in the second half,” said Arlington coach Craig Sanborn, whose team led 1-0 at the intermission.

Arlington (14-1) hosts Carmel at 4:15 p.m. Monday and with a victory can win the Section 1 Conference 1 League A title.

“Our first goal is to try and take the league title,” Sanborn added. “We have the opportunity to do that Monday.”

Girls soccer

Kiley Longin poured in the game-winner in overtime to lift John Jay over host Roy C. Ketcham, 1-0.

“To have a freshman score the game-winner is a big deal,” said Patriots coach C.J. Greenwood, whose team finished the regular season 12-3-1. “It’s 0-0 now and I look forward to seeing how my kids will react to sectionals.”

The Patriots had beaten the Indians less than 24 hours earlier at home, 6-2, on the strength of two goals apiece by Melissa McHugh and Shea Olszewski.

Longin and Erin Thieller each contributed with a goal. Cayla Ruotolo chipped in with two assists, while McHugh, Danielle Angyal and Deanna Lomino each recorded an assist.

Elizabeth Roscino had two goals for Ketcham.

Brianna Durland had seven saves for John Jay.

For Ketcham, Jasmin Pesante and Nicole Parker had seven saves and four saves, respectively.

Haldane 4, Putnam Valley 0 — Marina Martin had one goal and one assist to lead the host Blue Devils. Savannah Williams, Julia Rotando and Marissa Lisikatos also scored.

Bailey McCollum and Lila Osborn each had assists, and Sara Labriola made six saves.

“It was our strongest effort of the season,” said Haldane coach Gary Van Asselt, whose Blue Devils finished 10-4-2.

Webutuck 3, Pawling 0 — Hannah Lounsbury scored at the 25-minute mark off an assist from Kat Nethercott to spark the Warriors.

Sofia Stefanopoulos poured in two goals in the second half.

Laura Mendez had five saves for the shutout.

Webutuck (2-12) visits John A. Coleman at 4:15 p.m. Monday.

Ossining 7, Our Lady of Lourdes 3 — Sydney Campilii, Amy Zale and Kelly Keenan each scored for the host Warriors, who finished the season 2-14.

Kayla Moschetti made 14 saves.

Minisink Valley 3, Arlington B 1 — Kaylee Struans scored the Admirals’ lone goal, assisted by Bryn Thompson.

Late Friday, the Admirals (10-2-2) beat North Salem 3-1 behind Claire Kirkhus’ second hat trick of the season. Madison Minnow made six saves.

“They had a lot of chances, but our two midfield defenders, Gianna Simeone and Annelise Tucci, are unstoppable,” Admirals coach Kelley Hand said.

Hand also credited Thompson for playing a “phenomenal game.” The coach said of Thompson: “We were lacking strength in the middle and she stepped up and had a great game.”

Dover 3, Onteora 2 — Marissa Annechiarico scored two minutes into the overtime period to give the visiting Dragons the lead before the game was called on account of darkness late Friday.

Annechiarico had scored in the first half off an assist from Abbey Wood. Wood scored Dover’s first goal on a penalty kick.

Beacon 1, Walter Panas 0 — Gabby Lucas scored off a corner kick in the second half to lead visiting Beacon late Friday. Meagan Meeuwisse had three saves in the shutout for the Bulldogs (5-9-1).

“We definitely outplayed Panas, but we played terrible in the first half,” Beacon coach Hugo Alzate said. “We weren’t being aggressive enough and we were making unforced errors… But we ended up getting some good kicks and Gabby cashed one in.”

Beacon hosts Lakeland at 4:30 p.m. Monday.

Cross country

The Beacon boys and the Red Hook girls both took first place at the Millbrook Ben Boice Memorial Invitational. The Bulldogs finished with 38 points to claim the win, with Red Hook finishing second (70), Spackenkill third (78), Highland fourth (86), Saugerties fifth (115), Millbrook sixth (134) and Rhinebeck seventh (198).

Tom Strazzieri of Saugerties was the boys overall winner (18:09). Travis Kassner of Red Hook was second overall (18:24) and Evan Ireland of Beacon placed third (19:24). Millbrook’s top runner was Chris Estremera (20:01).

The Red Hook girls placed first (49), in front of Spackenkill (52) and Millbrook (69). Sheena Dwyer-McNulty took first overall (21:40) while Mia Michaelides was second (22:35). Despite not running as a team, two runners from Saugerties competed, including Chloe Hutchinson. Hutchinson took third (23:08) while Millbrook’s Kaitlyn Daly was fourth (23:52).

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