Kenny Brahms erupted for five goals and Chris Stamper had two goals and four assists to lead host Spackenkill over Pine Plains High School, 9-1, in boys soccer on Tuesday.
Travis Kilpp and Andrew Moreira each scored a goal, and Jake Kaufman, James Hooker and Isaac Feldman each added an assist. Ryan Espinoza, Kevin Nizza and Anthony Primiano each had a save for Spackenkill (8-1).
Christian Aldana scored and Omar Mendez had 11 saves for Pine Plains (2-8-1).
“Our energy was on today,” Spartans coach Manny Blanco said in a statement. “We put a complete game in today… Kenny Brahms brought the spark today.”
Spackenkill improved to 8-1, while Pine Plains fell to 2-8-1.
Webutuck 3, Millbrook 1 — Chris Reed scored twice to lead the visiting Warriors. Omar Reyes added a goal and Thomas Stefaropouros made 16 saves for the Warriors. Chris Maresca scored and Andrew Radovic had seven saves for Millbrook.
Wallkill 3, New Paltz 0 — Will Kay made 12 saves in the loss for New Paltz (6-4). Zinuzo Ezedum scored to put Wallkill (8-2) on the board in the first half.
Ellenville 3, Dover 0 — Casey Cardenas made six saves and Chris Paciello had four saves in the loss for Dover.
Beacon 1, Our Lady of Lourdes 0 — Terrel Davis scored off an assist from Devin Lambe for visiting Beacon late Monday. Declan Costello made eight saves for the Bulldogs (7-4).
Beacon visits Ossining at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. Lourdes visits Hendrick Hudson at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Caroline Markonic and Bella Tomasetti each scored to lift visiting Webutuck over Spackenkill, 2-0.
Elizabeth Schwoerer made seven saves in the shutout for the Warriors (7-2). Lauren Murray, Naile Akhter and Sarah Bowen played well defensively and have “stepped up for every game,” Spackenkill coach Geri Vasely said.
Spackenkill (1-6-2) hosts Pine Bush at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday.
Haldane 3, Peekskill 0 — Bailey McCollum scored twice and Marina Martin added a goal to lead visiting Haldane (8-4-1). Allison Cheira and Missy Lisikatos each had an assist.
Haldane visits Arlington B at 4:30 p.m. next Wednesday.
Beacon 2, Lourdes 0 — Reanna Cater scored twice to lead the visiting Bulldogs. Meagan Meeuwisse had seven saves for the shutout. Kayla Moschetti had 15 saves for Lourdes.
Beacon (3-7-1) visits Ossining at 4:15 p.m. Thursday.
John Jay 2, Carmel 0 — Erin Theiller scored both goals for host John Jay (7-3-1). Her unassisted tally put the Patriots on the board in the 13th minute and she added another off a feed from Claire Thoma in the second half. Brianna Durland made four saves in the shutout.
The Patriots host Mahopac at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Coleman 2, Webutuck 0 — Laura Mendez made 10 saves for host Webutuck in the loss. Sweeper Abby Hoke “played really well,” Warriors coach Mark Moren said.
Webutuck (1-9) hosts Onteora at 4:15 p.m. Friday for its homecoming game.
Red Hook 4, Rondout Valley 0 — Isabelle LaBarbara scored twice and Syr Esposito and Anna Dolen added a goal apiece for visiting Red Hook late Monday. The Raiders (11-0) clinched their division with the win.
“It’s nice to be back in the league tournament,” Raiders coach Jason Pavlich said. “It’s nice to be back fighting for it again.”
Claire Dickson, Lauren Engel and Claire Dyal each had an assist. Megan Jankowiak made a save in the shutout.
Red Hook will play in the Mid-Hudson Athletic League tournament semifinals on Oct. 19. The Raiders will continue regular season play Wednesday, hosting Saugerties at 4 p.m.
Dover 3, Ellenville 1 — Marissa Annechiarico scored twice for the visiting Dragons late Monday. Kate Sanchirico also scored and Honesti Cochran had 12 saves for Dover (7-4).
The Dragons host Pine Plains at 4:15 p.m. Friday.