Kerri Ravas scored off an assist by Sara Keith and Sarah Bowen to lift the sixth-seeded Spackenkill High School field hockey team over No. 3 Ellenville, 1-0, in the Section 9 Class C quarterfinal at Hudson Valley Sportsdome in Milton on Monday.
Goalie Elizabeth Schwoerer had three saves.
“It was our best game this season,” said Spackenkill coach Geri Vasely. “We worked really hard this past weekend, and the girls played really well, and we scored when we needed to.
“Everything that we’ve been working on for the whole season really came together tonight and it paid off. My defense was phenomenal.”
Spackenkill (2-10-3) will play Pine Plains in the Class C semifinal at 4 p.m. on Wednesday at the Hudson Valley Sportsdome.
Irina Alekseeva had 21 kills and 16 assists to lead host Beacon in a 25-17, 25-22, 25-8 win over Our Lady of Lourdes on the Bulldogs’ senior day.
Jasmine Buckley had 11 kills and 13 digs, while Rebekah Ciancanelli finished with three kills, eight digs and three aces. Aneesa Dika chipped in with seven digs and two aces.
“We come to play, and I always count on my four seniors to show up,” said Beacon coach Ron Pagliaro.
Beacon (11-6) awaits for seeding for playoffs, which begin Friday.
Arlington 3, Mahopac 0 — Kira Payman had 14 kills and 21 digs, while Rachael Torella had 19 assists, four kills and 11 digs to lead the visiting Admirals 25-21, 25-20, 30-28.
Hami Kang (eight kills, 13 digs), Alyssa Connell (five assists, four digs), Samantha Kops (23 digs), Kiki Reddy (two kills) and Zarissa Wheeler (two blocks, one kill) each contributed.
The Admirals finished the season 13-3 and 8-0 in their league.
“The team played with the mission to be undefeated this game,” Arlington coach Maria Greenwood said. “We played very well together. We’re just waiting now to see where we’re going to end up in our seeding, and we look forward to starting the section tournament.”
Faith Christian Academy 3, Hoosac School 0 — Eshaa Munder had three kills and nine service points to lead Faith Christian Academy to a 25-11, 25-14, 25-14 win.
Teammate Cheyenne Mathis had 10 service points and four digs.
Millbrook coach Sean McGuigan credited Aimee Jacques, Arianna Radovic and Sophia Bucklin for playing a great game, but the fourth-seeded Blazers fell to top-seeded S.S. Seward 2-0 in a Section 9 Class C semifinal game on the road.
“Overall the whole team played pretty well, we just couldn’t score,” McGuigan said. “Seward is a very good team with a lot of skilled players. We played well, but we just couldn’t finish. We had some opportunities but couldn’t put it in the net.
“I don’t think our record (3-9-3) reflected exactly how good we played (this season). The girls did well this year. We are a very young team and have a lot of stuff to work through, but the girls stuck through it. We made sectionals and the girls worked hard to make it. We look forward for next year.”
Chester 4, Pine Plains 0 — The third-seeded Bombers lost to second-seeded Chester on the road in the Section 9 Class C semifinals. Cathryn Simmons and Melissa Leach shared time in the goal.
“Senior Cassandra Bartelin finished out her four years on varsity with high intensity at sweeper and center mid,” said Bombers coach Sara Taveniere in a statement.
“Each year this team seems to continually improve their skills and communication on the field. While we lost today (Monday), I am incredibly proud of the developments that they have made throughout the season, and the unity that has been formed among this group of girls. I am already looking forward to next season!”