2018 State Wrestling day two results

Dillon Ross is Onteora’s first state finalist.

Ross, a senior 170-pounder, dispatched Lajess Sawyer of Center Moriches 12-0 in a Division II rematch. The Buffalo commit earned a rematch with Phoenix’s Ross McFarland in state final. Ross wrestled McFarland to a 3-2 setback at Eastern States in January.

Newburgh Free Academy’s Greg Fischer (106 pounds), Monroe-Woodbury junior Marco Vespa (120), Rondout Valley senior Ian Houck (145), Port Jervis senior Jason Butler (182), Newburgh Free Academy sophomore Maxx DeCapua (195), Cornwall junior Will Leonard (220) and Red Hook sophomore Liam Dietrich (285) earned state medals with victories in the blood round Saturday morning.

Houck scored a takedown with 16 seconds left to pull out a 2-1 over Windsor’s Chris Swartz and become Rondout Valley’s first state medalist since 2012.

State championships
(at Times Union Center, Albany)
Division I
Finals
99 pounds: Stevo Poulin (Shenendehowa) d. Chase Liardi (Massapequa) 1-0
106: Terry Adams (Monsignor Farrell) d. Jayden Scott (Rush-Henrietta) 3-2
113: Greg Diakomihalis (Hilton) d. Dylan Ryder (Half Hollow Hills West) 3-2, ultimate tiebreaker
120: Zach Redding (Eastport South Manor) d. Anthony Sciotto (Rocky Point) 9-6
126: Adam Busiello (Eastport South Manor) pin Justin McDougald (Niagara Wheatfield) 2:59
132:  Willie McDougald (Niagara Falls) d. Justin Vines (Wantagh) 3-2 2OT
138: Chris Gomez (Patchogue-Medford) d. Anthony Sobotker (North Babylon) 11-9
145: Frankie Gissendanner (Penfield) d. Kiernan Shanahan (Shenendehowa) 7-6
152: Jacob Teemer (Long Beach) d. Matt Grippi (Fox Lane) 8-2
160: Jake Silverstein (Hauppauge) d. Chris Barker (Fairport) 9-2
170: Grant Cuomo (Fox Lane) d. Tyler Barnes (Ballston Spa) 13-10
182: Jake Logan (New Rochelle) d. Jacob Ferreira (Horace Greeley) 5-3
195: Jonathan Loew (Wantagh) pin Jhordyn Innocent (East Ramapo) 1:14
220: Elijah Rodriguez (Long Beach) pin Halil Gecaj (John Jay Cross River) 5:16
285: Deonte Wilson (Amityville) d. Joey Slackman (Commack) 5-1

Third-place consolation
120: Marco Vespa (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Devin Woodworth (Horseheads) 4-0.
Fifth-place consolation
106: Ivan Garcia (Port Chester) d. Greg Fischer (Newburgh Free Academy) 10-2; 113: Dylan Earl (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Parker Rozier (Lancaster) 4:33.
195: Nathan Bauland (Sayville) d. Maxx DeCapua (Newburgh Free Academy) 4-1
220: Leo Rabinovich (Tottenville) d. Will Leonard (Cornwall) 11-3


Semifinals
113: Greg Diakomihalis (Hilton) pin Dylan Earl (Monroe-Woodbury) 1:38.
Consolation semifinals
106: Josiah Encarnacion (Wantagh) d. Greg Fischer (Newburgh Free Academy) 7-2; 113: Logan Sciotto (Rocky Point) pin Dylan Earl (Monroe-Woodbury) 3:44; 120: Marco Vespa (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Nick Tanuzzo (Manhasset) 3:56; 195: Dan Shafran (Bellmore-JFK) pin Maxx DeCapua (Newburgh Free Academy) 8:00; 220: Joe Andreessen (Lancaster) pin Will Leonard (Cornwall) :42.
Consolation quarterfinals
106: Greg Fischer (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Jake Eckerle (Commack) 12-1; 120: Marco Vespa (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Logan Patterson (Indian River) 2-1; 132: Chris Esposito (Northport) pin Connor Greiner (Minisink Valley) 4:31; 145: Ryan Burgbacher (Patchogue Medford) d. Vinny Vetrano (Minisink Valley) 6-3; 182: Joe Franzese (John Glenn) d. Joey Yanis (Minisink Valley) 2-1; 195: Maxx DeCapua (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Cam Walter (Williamsville North) 12-8; 220: Will Leonard (Cornwall) pin Nik Koch (Averill Park) 4:52.

Division II
Finals
99 pounds: Dante Geislinger (Norwich) d. Devin Coleman (Camden) 9-4
106: Anthony Noto (Honeoye Falls/Lima) d. Jordan Titus (Center Moriches) 3-1
113: Marek Bush (Central Valley Academy) d. Chandler Merwin (Walton-Delhi) 4-2
120: Trent Svingala (Maple Hill) d. Brady Worthing (Tioga) 3-2
126: Orion Anderson (Schuylerville) pin Vince Miceli (Port Jefferson) 1:33
132: Luke Bokina (Mattituck) d. Nicholas Young (Alexander) 2-1
138: Mike Zarif (Mount Sinai) d. Riley Gerber (Camden)  6-4, sudden victory
145: Jake Bokina (Mattituck) d. Hunter Shaut (Central Valley Academy) 5-0
152: Dempsey Carroll (Copenhagen) d. Jack Chesman (Pearl River) 6-2
160: Bryce Rowe (Chautaugua Lake) d. Jacob Nolan (Saranac) 2-1
170: Ross McFarland (Phoenix) d. Dillon Ross (Onteora) 8-0
182:  Connor Fredericks (Chittenango) d. Chance Lapier (Ausable Valley) 3-2
195: Doug Simmons (Canastota) d. Corey Keefe (Falconer) 3-0
220: Joe Benedict (South Jefferson-Sandy Creek) d. Reggie Poulin (Cohoes) 3-1
285: Anthony Robinson (Starpoint) d. Jayson Gomez (Eagle Academy) 6-5

Semifinals
170 pounds: Dillon Ross (Onteora) d. Lajess Sawyer (Center Moriches) 12-0.
Fifth-place consolation
145: Jack Ward (Locust Valley) d. Ian Houck (Rondout Valley) 8-2; 182: Jason Butler (Port Jervis) d. Patrick Walsh (Olean) 6-4, sudden victory.
Consolation semifinals
145: Cory Day (Iroquois) pin Ian Houck (Rondout Valley) 1:28; 182: Brennan Slater (Norwich) d. Jason Butler (Port Jervis) 7-0; Leroy Williams (Oneonta) won by disqualification over Liam Dietrich (Red Hook).
Consolation quarterfinals
113 pounds: Jack Bosco (Hackley Sch0ol) d. Eric Tigue (Port Jervis) 11-9, sudden victory; 145: Ian Houck (Rondout Valley) d. Corey Swartz (Windsor) 2-1; 182: Jason Butler (Port Jervis) d. Mike Silipo (Seaford) 11-3; 285: Liam Dietrich (Red Hook) pin Dalton Criss (Peru) 2:49

 

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Local schedule for Friday, February 23

High schools
Boys basketball
Harmony Christian in MCAA tournament
Girls basketball
Newburgh at S.S. Seward, 5 p.m. (new matchup, time)
Indoor track and field
Section 9 state qualifier, at West Point, ppd. to 1 p.m. Saturday
Wrestling
State championships, at Times Union Center, Albany, all day

Colleges
Baseball
Marist at Oklahoma State, ppd., DH Saturday 2 p.m. ET
Army at Maryland, 4 p.m.
Ice hockey
Sacred Heart at Army, 7 p.m.
Men’s basketball
Marist at Niagara, 7 p.m.
Rifle
Army in Great America Rifle Conference championships, at Morgantown, W.Va.
Softball
Villanova-Marist, at Madeira Beach, Fla., 11 a.m.
Arkansas-Marist, at Madeira Beach, Fla., 4 p.m.
Swimming and diving
Marist in Metro Atlantic championships, all day
SUNY New Paltz in SUNY Athletic Conference championships, at Buffalo, all day
Women’s basketball
SUNYAC semifinal: No. 4 SUNY New Paltz at No. 1 SUNY Geneseo, 7:30 p.m.
Women’s tennis
Fordham at Army, 3 p.m.
Wrestling
SUNY Ulster, SUNY Sullivan in NJCAA Nationals, Council Bluffs, Iowa

Local
Harness racing
Monticello, 12:25 p.m.
Yonkers, 6:50 p.m.

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Live 2018 State Wrestling first day results

Monroe-Woodbury senior 113-pounder Dylan Earl advanced to his first state Division I semifinal, defeating North Rockland’s C.J. Monegal 10-2.

Earl will face two-time state champion Greg Diakomihalis of Hilton in the semifinals Saturday morning.

Onteora senior 170-pounder Dillon Ross is two wins away from a state title after a 9-0 win over Central Valley Academy’s Trent Ingraham. Ross, the third seed, meets unseeded Lajess Sawyer of Center Moriches in the semifinals.

Rondout Valley freshman 99-pounder Nikko Walsh picked up Section 9′s first win of the state tournament, pinning Bayport Blue Point’s Joe Sparacio in 50 seconds in the Division II round of 16.

Newburgh Free Academy senior Greg Fischer escaped 27 seconds into the third period to edge Lancaster’s Jake Harry 3-2 at 106 pounds in Division I.

Monroe-Woodbury senior 113-pounder Dylan Earl defeated Arlington eighth grader Tim Bova 6-1 to advance to the quarterfinal. Earl, the fifth seed, will face North Rockland’s C.J. Monegal next.

Valley Central sophomore 126-pounder Matt Romano knocked off No. 6 seed Najashi Sharpe of Mount Vernon 11-5 in round of 16.

Minisink Valley senior Dom Vetrano recorded his 33rd pin of the season in a first-round win over Niagara Wheatfield’s Jacob DeWolf.

Minisink Valley senior Vinny Vetrano scored a takedown in sudden victory to defeat Islip’s Jack Spahn 11-9 in the round of 16.

State championships
(at Times Union Center)

Division I
Quarterfinals
106 pounds: Terry Adams (Monsignor Farrell) d. Greg Fischer (Newburgh Free Academy) 11-3; 113: Dylan Earl (Monroe-Woodbury) d. C.J. McMonegal (North Rockland) 10-2; 120:  Devin Woodworth (Horseheads) d. Marco Vespa (Monroe-Woodbury) 1-0; 126: Justin McDougald (Niagara Wheatfield) d. Matt Romano (Valley Central) 4-2; 132: Lee Mauras (Freeport) d. Connor Greiner (Minisink Valley) 15-6; 138: Anthony Sobotker (North Babylon) d. Dom Vetrano (Minisink Valley) 5-4; 145: Kiernan Shanahan (Shenendehowa) d. Vinny Vetrano (Minisink Valley) 12-5; 152: Jacori Teemer (Long Beach) pin Tyler Serafini (Newburgh Free Academy) :34; 160: J.D. Moore (Levittown Division) d. Shaun Burgos (Pine Bush) 6-5; 182: Jake Logan (New Rochelle) d. Joey Yanis (Minisink Valley) 15-6; 220: Maguire Horl (St Anthony’s) d. Will Leonard (Cornwall) 4-3.

Round of 16
99 pounds: Anthony Conetta (Massapequa) d. Justin Morales (Middletown) 9-7; 106: Greg Fischer (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Jake Harry (Lancaster) 3-2; 113: Dylan Earl (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Tim Bova (Arlington) 6-1; 120: Marco Vespa (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Brock Delsignore (South Glens Falls) 3-2; 126: Matt Romano (Valley Central) d. Najashi Sharpe (Mount Vernon) 11-5; 132: Connor Greiner (Minisink Valley) ech. fall Cole French (Fulton) 17-2, 4:00; 138: Dom Vetrano (Minisink Valley) pin Jacob DeWolf (Niagara Wheatfield) 2:56; 145: Vinny Vetrano (Minisink Valley) d. Jack Spahn (Islip) 11-9, sudden victory; 152: Tyler Serafini (Newburgh Free Academy) pin Hunter Hoffmier (Newark Valley) 5:58; Connor Thomas (Yorktown) d. Joe Pushman (Wallkill) 6-2; 160: Shaun Burgos (Pine Bush) d. Jesse Johnson (Horseheads) 12-6′ 170: Grant Cuomo (Brewster) d. Tim Ganuncio (Minisink Valley) 12-2; 182: Joey Yanis (Minisink Valley) d. ODean Gray (Grand Street Campus) 7-6; 195: Dan Shafran (Bellmore-JFK) pin Sam Santander (Monroe-Woodbury) 3:54; Jhordyn Innocent (East Ramapo) d. Maxx DeCapua (Newburgh Free Academy) 5-2; 220: Will Leonard (Cornwall) d. Aidan Lilly (New Rochelle) 4-0; 285: Trentyn Rupert (Newark Valley) d. Andrew Fenner (Minisink Valley) 1-0.

Division II
Quarterfinals
99 pounds: Carter Schubert (Williamson-Marion-Sodus) d. Nikko Walsh (Rondout Valley) 6-0; 113: Matt Garland (South Jefferson-Sandy Creek) d. Eric Tigue (Port Jervis) 6-0; 120: Trent Svingala (Maple Hill) d. Ethan Palanca (New Paltz) 11-2; 145: Jack Bokina (Mattituck) pin Ian Houck (Rondout Valley) 2:32; 170: Dillon Ross (Onteora) d. Trentr Ingraham (Central Valley Academy) 9-0; 182 pounds: Giuseppe Hoose (Southwestern) d. Jason Butler (Port Jervis) 4-0.
Round of 16
99 pounds: Nikko Walsh (Rondout Valley) pin Joe Sparacio (Bayport Blue Point) :50; 106: Carter Baer (Gouverneur) d. Matt Morris (Red Hook) 14-1; 113: Eric Tigue (Port Jervis) d. Mohamed Alshawi (Lackawanna) 9-1; 120: Ethan Palanca (New Paltz) d. Joe McIntosh (Gouverneur) 4-3; 126: Zach Braddell (Tonawanda) tech. fall Nick Ross (Onteora) 17-1, 5:41; 138: Mike Zarif (Mount Sinai) d. Matt Malherio (Highland) 5-2; 145: Ian Houck (Rondout Valley) d. Joe Evangelista (Port Jefferson) 7-5, 2 OT’ 160: Dillan Palaszewski (Galway) d. Tristen Schiafo (Red Hook) 8-5; 170: Dillon Ross (Onteora) pin Noah Boyd (Collegiate School) :42; 182: Jason Butler (Port Jervis) d. Ryan Damboise (Livornia-Wayland-Cohocton) 2-0; 195: Richie Knapp (Susquehanna Valley) pin  Ryan Hobson (Red Hook) 1:18; 220: Tyler Rice (Norwich) pin Devin Dixon (New Paltz) :37; 285: Liam Dietrich (Red Hook)
Outbracket
132 pounds: Kyle Sams (Putnam Valley-Haldane) tech. fall Carson Sauschuck (Port Jervis) 18-3, 5:53; 152: Brody Sheppard (Ogdensburg) d. Drew Harrison (Port Jervis) 9-3.

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2018 Section 9 Girls Basketball Brackets

Defending champions Cornwall and Highland earned the No. 1 seeds in the Section 9 Class A and B tournaments respectively.

Highland (18-1) plays Millbrook in the Mid-Hudson Athletic League championship at 7 p.m. Friday at SUNY Ulster

Cornwall will host either No. 4 Red Hook or No. 5 New Paltz in the Class A semifinals on March 2.

Roosevelt (Class AA), Millbrook (C) and Eldred (D) earned top seeds

Here’s the complete schedule for all five classes

Class AA
Quarterfinals
Feb. 26
No. 5 Valley Central at No. 4 Kingston, 5:30 p.m.
No. 7 Middletown at No. 2 Warwick, 6 p.m.
No. 6 Monroe-Woodbury at No. 3 Washingtonville, 6 p.m.

Semifinals
March 1
Kingston-Valley Central winner at No. 1 Roosevelt, TBD
Washingtonville-Monroe-Woodbury winner vs. Warwick-Middletown winner at highest seed, TBA

Championship
March 3
Semifinal winners at SUNY Orange, noon

Class A
Quarterfinals
Feb. 28
No. 5 New Paltz at No. 4 Red Hook, 6 p.m.

Semifinals
March 2
Red Hook-New Paltz winner at No. 1 Cornwall, TBA
No. 3 Goshen at No. 2 Saugerties, 5:30 p.m.

Championship
March 4
Semifinals winners at Mount Saint Mary, 3:30 p.m.

Class B
Outbracket
Feb. 24
No. 10 Rondout Valley at No. 7 Ellenville, 1 p.m.
No. 9 Rhinebeck at No. 8 James I. O’Neill, 5 p.m.

Quarterfinals
Feb. 27
No. 5 Onteora at No. 4 Spackenkill, 5:30 p.m.
James I. O’Neill-Rhinebeck winner at No. 1 Highland, 6 p.m.
Ellenville-Rondout Valley winner at No. 2 Fallsburg, 6 p.m.
No. 6 Marlboro at No. 3 Burke Catholic, 6 p.m.

Semifinals
March 1
Highland-O’Neill-Rhinebeck winner vs. Spackenkill-Onteora winner, at highest seed, TBD
Fallsburg-Ellenville-Rondout Valley winner vs. Burke Catholic-Marlboro at highest seed, TBD

Championship
March 3
Semifinal winners at SUNY Orange, 4 p.m.

Class C
Quarterfinals
Feb. 24
No. 5 Tri-Valley at No. 4 Sullivan West, 6 p.m.

Semifinals
Feb. 27
Sullivan West-Tri-Valley at No. 1 Millbrook, 5:30 p.m.
No. 3 Pine Plains at No. 2 S.S. Seward, 5:30 p.m.

Championship
March 2
Semifinal winners at Mount Saint Mary, 5 p.m.

Class D
Championship
Feb. 28
No. 2 Webutuck vs. No. 1 Eldred at SUNY Sullivan, 5 p.m.

 

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2018 Section 9 Boys Basketball brackets

Defending champion Pine Bush is the top seed in the nine-team Section 9 Class AA tournament.

Pine Bush (19-1) awaits the winner of Saturday’s game between No. 9 seed Roosevelt and host No. 8 Newburgh Free Academy.

John S. Burke Catholic (16-4), which handed Pine Bush its only loss of the season Monday, is the No. 2 seed.

New Paltz (Class A), Marlboro (B), undefeated S.S. Seward (C, 20-0) and Roscoe (D) earned top seeds.

Here’s complete brackets for all five classes:

Class AA
Outbracket
Feb. 24
No. 9 Roosevelt at No. 8 Newburgh Free Academy, 2 p.m.

Quarterfinals
Feb. 26
Roosevelt-Newburgh Free Academy winner at No. 1 Pine Bush, 6 p.m.
No. 7 Monroe-Woodbury at No. 2 Burke Catholic, 6 p.m.
No. 6 Warwick at No. 3 Middletown, 6 p.m.
No. 5 Washingtonville at No. 4 Kingston, 7 p.m.

Semifinals
March 1
Quarterfinal winners at highest seed

Championship
March 3
Semifinals winners at SUNY Orange, 10 a.m.

Class A
Quarterfinals
Feb. 28
No. 6 Monticello at No. 3 Cornwall, 6 p.m.
No. 5 Red Hook at No. 4 Goshen, 6 p.m.

Semifinals
March 2
Goshen-Red Hook winner at No. 1 New Paltz, 6 p.m.
Cornwall-Monticello winner at No. 2 Saugerties, 7 p.m.

Championship
March 4
Semifinal winners at Mount Saint Mary, 5:30 p.m.

Class B
Outbracket

Feb. 24
No. 9 Liberty at No. 8 James I. O’Neill, 3 p.m.
Quarterfinals
Feb. 27
No. 7 Highland at No. 2 Ellenville, 6 p.m.
No. 5 Fallsburg at No. 4 Chester, 6 p.m.
No. 6 Rhinebeck at No. 3 Spackenkill, 7 p.m.

Semifinals
March 1
Chester-Fallsburg winner at No. 1 Marlboro, 6 p.m.
Spackenkill-Rhinebeck winner vs. Ellenville-Highland winner at highest seed, 6 p.m.

Championship
March 3
Semifinal winners at SUNY Orange, 2 p.m.

Class C
Semifinals
Feb. 27
No. 4 Tri-Valley at No. 1 S.S. Seward, 7 p.m.
No. 3 Pine Plains at No. 2 Millbrook, 7 p.m.

Championship
March 2
Semifinal winners at Mount Saint Mary, 7 p.m.

Class D
Semifinal
Feb. 26
No. 3 Webutuck at No. 2 Livingston Manor, 6 p.m.

Championship
Feb. 28
Livingston Manor-Webutuck winner vs. No. 1 Roscoe at SUNY Sullivan, 7 p.m.

 

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Local schedule for Thursday, February 22 (all H.S. events cancelled)

High schools
Boys basketball
MHAL championship: Marlboro vs. Millbrook, at SUNY Ulster, ppd. to Friday 5 p.m.
Girls basketball
Chester at Onteora, ccd.
New Paltz at Pine Plains, ccd.
Middletown at Eldred, ccd.
MHAL championship: Highland vs. Millbrook, at SUNY Ulster, ppd. to Friday 7 p.m.

Colleges
Men’s basketball
SUNY Sullivan at Hostos CC, 8 p.m.
Swimming and diving
SUNY New Paltz in SUNY Athletic Conference championships, at Buffalo, all day
Women’s basketball
Skyline Conference semifinal: U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Mount Saint Mary, 7 p.m.

Local
Harness racing
Monticello, 12:25 p.m.
Yonkers, 6:50 p.m.

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PODCAST: 2018 State Wrestling Preview

Can Section 9 wrestling extend its streak to three years with a state champion this weekend at the Times Union Center in Albany? Varsity 845 sports reporter Sal Interdonato and photographer Josh Conklin breaks down the chances of 32 section wrestlers.

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Local schedule for Wednesday, February 21

High schools
Boys basketball
MHAL semifinals, at SUNY Ulster: Ellenville vs. Millbrook, 5 p.m.; Marlboro vs. New Paltz, 7 p.m.
Chapel Field at Tri-Valley, 5:30 p.m.
Washingtonville at Burke Catholic, 6:30 p.m.
Monticello at Chester, 6:30 p.m.
Fallsburg at Cornwall, 7 p.m.
Eldred at Sullivan West, 7 p.m.
Girls basketball
Rhinebeck at Onteora, 4:15 p.m.
Eldred at Sullivan West, 5 p.m.
Fallsburg at Cornwall, 5:30 p.m.
Monticello at Minisink Valley, 6:30 p.m.
Kingston at Newburgh, 7 p.m.

Colleges
Men’s basketball
Army at Colgate, 7 p.m.
Men’s volleyball
Sage at SUNY New Paltz, 7 p.m.
Women’s basketball
Colgate at Army, 11 a.m.
Women’s lacrosse
Central Connecticut at Army, 3 p.m.

Local
Harness racing
Monticello, 12:25 p.m.

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VIDEO: Saugerties eighth grader Dior Johnson 1,000 points

It took Dior Johnson just 23 days after his 14th birthday to become the youngest player in New York state to score 1,000 points Tuesday night.

Johnson, a Saugerties eighth grader playing in his 40th career game, accomplished the feat on a 3-pointer with 4:22 left in the second quarter.

The game was stopped as Johnson’s teammate rushed him and the public address announcer told a packed gym that the guard has just made history.

Some of the fans came to see Johnson for the first time. Others weren’t going to miss the historic night.

Click here for my story on Johnson’s legend continuing to grow.

Scroll below for videos of Johnson’s 1,000 point and an interview with the phenom after the game

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Local schedule for Tuesday, February 20

High schools
Boys basketball
Harmony Christian in MCAA tournament
Rhinebeck at Highland, 4 p.m.
Roosevelt at Spackenkill, 4:15 p.m.
Chapel Field at Roscoe, 5 p.m.
Sullivan West at Livingston Manor, 5:30 p.m.
Liberty at Tri-Valley, 5:30 p.m.
Pine Plains at Saugerties, 5:30 p.m.
Red Hook at Middletown, 6:30 p.m.
Girls basketball
Pine Plains at Saugerties, 4:15 p.m.
Cornwall at Burke Catholic, 5 p.m.
New Paltz at Ellenville, 5 p.m.
MHAL semifinals, at SUNY Ulster: Spackenkill vs. Millbrook, 5 p.m.; Roosevelt vs. Highland, 7 p.m.
Monroe-Woodbury at Valley Central, 6:30 p.m.
Middletown at Washingtonville, 6:30 p.m.
Minisink Valley at Kingston, 6:30 p.m.
Pine Bush at Warwick, 6:30 p.m.
Monticello at Liberty, 6:30 p.m.
Goshen at James I. O’Neill, 6:30 p.m.
Port Jervis at Chester, 6:30 p.m.
Tri-Valley at Sullivan West, 7 p.m.
Indoor track and field
Eastern States championships, at New York Armory, 7 p.m.

Colleges
Men’s basketball
Skyline Conference quarterfinal: Mount Saint Mary at Yeshiva, 8 p.m.
Raritan Valley at SUNY Orange, 7 p.m.
Monroe (Bronx) at SUNY Sullivan, 8 p.m.
Women’s basketball
Marist at Iona, 7 p.m.
SUNYAC quarterfinal: SUNY Brockport at SUNY New Paltz, 7 p.m.

Local
Harness racing
Monticello, 12:25 p.m.
Yonkers, 6:50 p.m.

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