Tianna Fumasoli scored the winner with two minutes remaining as visiting Pine Plains edged Millbrook High School, 2-1, in girls soccer on Wednesday.
Taylor Redl had tied it for Millbrook in the 56th minute. Tessa Kilmer’s goal had put Bombers (4-8) on the board seven minutes into the contest.
Claire Martell made four saves for the Blazers (3-8-3).
Both teams will likely qualify for the sectional tournament, the seeds for which will be determined in a Wednesday meeting, according Millbrook coach Sean McGuigan.
Pawling 2, Webutuck 1 — Alicia Chu scored the winner with four minutes remaining for host Pawling. Annie Carlson put Pawling on the board in the 38th minute. Webutuck’s Sophia Stefanopoulos tied it in the 39th minute.
Kelly Koerner made six saves for Pawling (1-15). Laura Mendez had seven saves for Webutuck (3-12).
Highland 2, Onteora 1 — Danielle McGrath and Brooke Harris each scored for visiting Highland (4-9-2). Harris’ goal in the 38th minute gave the Huskies a 2-0 lead. Tori Capobianco made four saves in the win.
Marlboro 3, Ellenville 1 — Hannah Sullivan scored twice and had an assist to lead visiting Marlboro (6-5). Olivia DeNatale added a goal for the Iron Dukes.
Sullivan’s first goal, off a pass from Taylor DuBois, gave Marlboro a 2-1 lead in the 52nd minute. Sullivan scored again in the 76th minute on a feed from Taylor Guido. Eliz Fino made four saves in the win.
Franklin D. Roosevelt 7, Poughkeepsie 0 — Abby Thomas had a goal and two assists and Deirdre Nolan scored twice to lead host Roosevelt. Sydney Currier added a goal and an assist and Lyndsey Gander had two assists for the Presidents (4-8-1).
Ryan Marie-Duncan, Meagan Marshall and Shiau-tau Ciecierska each also scored a goal.
Anthony LoPicollo made seven saves for host Marlboro, but it came in a 1-0 double overtime loss to S.S. Seward.
Jack Gardiner scored the winner in the 98th minute for Seward.
Spackenkill 3, Rhinebeck 0 — Chris Stamper scored twice and Jake Kaufman added a goal to lead Spackenkill in a Mid-Hudson Athletic League semifinal at Franklin D. Roosevelt late Tuesday.
Stamper scored off a pass from Giancarlo Porco to put the Spartans on the board in the first half. Andrew Moreira and Kenny Brahms each had an assist and Ryan Espinoza made three saves for Spackenkill (12-3).
Spencer Hutchins made 11 saves for Rhinebeck (12-3). Spackenkill faces Red Hook at 5 p.m. Thursday in the MHAL final at Roosevelt.
“We moved the ball very well,” Spartans coach Manny Blanco said in a statement. “Our winger play was terrific. We found great spaces and took advantage of them.”