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High school roundup: Sullivan leads Marlboro girls soccer to win | USA Today High School Sports



Hannah Sullivan poured in three goals within the first ten minutes to lead the seventh-seeded host Marlboro High School girls soccer team in a 4-1 Section 9 Class B outbracket win over 10th-seeded Onteora Friday.

Kali Schindler recorded a goal assisted by Victoria Fino. Schindler added an assist, while Taylor DuBois contributed with three assists.

Eliz Fino had seven saves for Marlboro, which improved to 7-8.

Monroe-Woodbury 6, Franklin D. Roosevelt 0 — Kelsie McDowell made 10 saves and held the Crusaders scoreless in the first half, but the seventh-seeded Presidents fell to host second-seeded Monroe-Woodbury in their Section 9 Class AA outbracket game.

Roosevelt coach Barb Demczar said “it was a very defensive game for a long time.”

“We didn’t have a winning record this season,” added Demczar of the Presidents’ 4-9-1 season tally. “But we had many games where we played fantastic and the girls played together really well; a lot of games where we outplayed our opponents, but just couldn’t score when we needed to.”

Spackenkill 1, Wallkill 0 — Gabby Prichard scored the game’s lone goal off an assist from Morgan Dominick to lead the Spartans to their second straight Mid-Hudson Athletic League title late Thursday.

“We’ve been waiting,” said Spackenkill coach Mike Corbett, whose Spartans improved to a spotless 16-0 overall. “We’ve been pretty competitive in MHALs the last five years. We knew this team was going to give us a really good game. Wallkill is a good team, this is a big confidence boost for us.”

On Tuesday at 2 p.m., the Spartans will host the winner of Friday’s game between ninth-seeded Ellenville and eighth-seeded Highland, which ended after The Journal went to press.


Rachael Torella had four aces, 26 assists, seven kills and 11 digs to lead the visiting Arlington volleyball team in a 21-25, 25-15, 25-19, 25-21 win over Pawling.

Kira Payman had 12 kills and 12 digs, while Hami Kang had eight aces, eight kills and 14 digs for the Admirals (12-3).

For Pawling, Clara Lombardo had five aces, seven kills and six assists, and Mikayla Ward had three aces and five blocks.

Pawling (11-4) visits Our Lady of Lourdes at 6 p.m. on Tuesday.

Rondout Valley 3, Pine Plains 0 — Ashley Starzyk had four kills, two digs and two blocks for host Pine Plains in a 25-17, 25-9, 25-17 loss late Thursday.

Audrey Hollick added two aces and a kill, and Bella Starzyk had two aces for the Bombers (11-7).

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