Section 9 tennis draws

Former doubles teammates earned the top two singles seeds for the Section 9 championships.

Newburgh Free Academy junior Tyler Reede, the OCIAA champion, and Wallkill junior Jarrett Monte, the Mid-Hudson Athletic League champion, placed second in the section doubles tournament as Newburgh seventh-graders.

Reede earned the top seed for Tuesday’s round of 16. Monte is the second seed. Cornwall sophomore Lucas Arora, a section finalist last year, is seeded third.

Defending champions Dan Leach and Mike Miller of Cornwall are the top seed in the doubles draw. New Paltz’s Alessandro Mauceri and Issac Cheriuyot, the MHAL champions, earned the second seed.

Singles
Round of 16: No. 1 seed Tyler Reede (Newburgh Free Academy) vs. Caleb McMenemy (Onteora); Nick Bogdanovic (Pine Bush) vs. Zach Bonitz (Ellenville); Gavan O’Brien (Washingtonville) vs. Noah Kalus (New Paltz); No. 4 Dan Feigelson (Millbrook) vs. Josh Wimer (James I. O’Neill); No. 3 Lucas Arora (Cornwall) vs. Josh McCormack (Saugerties); John Jung (Goshen) vs. Naveen Chowdry (Roosevelt); Lucas Irace (Goshen) vs. Bradley Hack (Kingston); No. 2 Jarrett Monte (Wallkill) vs. Tomas Pesko-West (Onteora).

Doubles
Round of 16: No. 1 seed Dan Leach-Mike Miller (Cornwall) vs. Lucas Dodd-Collin Nagle (Onteora); Jacob Friedman (Monroe-Woodbury) vs. Tyler Schacher (Monroe-Woodbury) vs. Linsky Lundy-Cory Gallinger (Roosevelt); Pearse Algiere-Dean Redmond (Warwick) vs. Logan Shippee-David Trott (Kingston); No. 4 Andrew Tyson-Alec Gautier (Rhinebeck) vs. Ryan Dudzic-Chris Backus (Saugerties); No. 3 Colin Gordon-Zach Price (Monroe-Woodbury) vs. Ryan Baxter-Noman Biswas (Ellenville); David Salazar-Troy Steiner (Newburgh Free Academy) vs. Owen Sheekey-Elijah McKee (New Paltz); Paul-Hudson Erwin-Andrew Shin (Cornwall) vs. Haseeb Rahman-Riley Lake (Ellenville); No. 2 Alessandro Mauceri-Issac Cheriuyot (New Paltz) vs. Mike Doulin-Joe McDonald (Cornwall).

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Section 9 boys lacrosse playoff schedule

The seeds have not been officially announced but the Section 9 boys lacrosse playoff schedule is up on the OCIAA website. Here are the details.

 

Tuesday, May 24

Class A quarterfinals

Washingtonville at Kingston, 6 p.m.

Monroe-Woodbury at Pine Bush, 6 p.m.

Class C semifinal

Rondout Valley at Millbrook, 5:30 p.m.

 

Wednesday, May 25

Class C quarterfinals

James I. O’Neill at New Paltz, 4 p.m.

 

Thursday, May 26

Class A semifinals

Washingtonville/Kingston winner at Minisink Valley, 4 p.m.

Pine Bush/Monroe-Woodbury winner at Valley Central, 6 p.m.

 

Friday, May 27

Class B semifinals

Goshen at Highland, 4 p.m.

Cornwall at Warwick, 4 p.m.

Class C semifinals

O’Neill/New Paltz winner at Red Hook, 4 p.m.

 

Wednesday, June 1

Class B final, 4 p.m.

Class C final, 6 p.m.

Class A final, 8 p.m.

(all 6/1 championship games at Faller Field, Middletown)

No official word yet, but here is my best guess as to the seeds in each class.

Class A: 1. Minisink Valley; 2. Valley Central; 3. Pine Bush; 4. Kingston; 5. Washingtonville; 6. Monroe-Woodbury.

Class B: 1. Highland; 2. Warwick; 3. Cornwall; 4. Goshen.

Class C: 1. Red Hook; 2. Millbrook; 3. Rondout Valley; 4. New Paltz; 5. James I. O’Neill.

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Powers grabs first-round lead at Section 9 tourney

Eldred’s David Powers holds a one-shot lead over three golfers after firing a 4-over-par 74 in the first round of the Section 9 tournament at Powelton Club in Newburgh.

Powers shot a 1-under 34 on the back nine with eight pars and a birdie on the par-3, 16th hole.

Newburgh Free Academy’s Ryan Betcher, Spackenkill’s Ryan Ackert and Roosevelt’s Jeff Peters are tied for second place with a 5-over 75.

Betcher, a senior playing in his season of golf, birdied two holes (No. 12 and 14) on the back nine.

Two-time Section 9 champion and Cornwall senior Ryan Rodriguez is two shots off the lead following a 6-over 76. Kingston sophomore Jake Hommel, a two-time OCIAA champion and Valley Central junior Josh Kienz are tied for fifth with Rodriguez.

The top 21 golfers advance to Wednesday’s final round at Casperkill Golf Club in Poughkeepsie. Play is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m.

Section 9 tournament

(First round, Powelton Club, Newburgh, par 70)
David Powers (Eldred) 40-34-74; Ryan Ackert (Spackenkill) 38-37-75; Ryan Betcher (Newburgh Free Academy) 38-37-75; Jeff Peters (Roosevelt) 37-38-75; Jake Hommel (Kingston) 37-39-76; Josh Kienz (Valley Central) 36-40-76; Ryan Rodriguez (Cornwall) 36-40-76; Dylan Barone (Valley Central) 40-37-77; Scott Kleeschulte (Kingston) 37-41-78; Justin Lane (Onteora) 37-41-78; Stanley Garrant (Spackenkill) 37-42-79; Erik Stauderman (Spackenkill) 36-43-79;  Matt Dickson (Washingtonville) 41-39-80; Dante Groppuso (Kingston) 37-43-80; Jason Donley (Goshen) 41-42-83; Zain Jafar (Newburgh Free Academy) 39-44-83; Sean Adams (Valley Central) 41-43-84; Chris Hughes (Monroe-Woodbury) 42-42-84; Omar Jafar (Newburgh Free Academy) 45-40-85; Travis Hornbeck (Rondout Valley) 40-46-86; Ryan Waaland (Washingtonville) 43-43-86.

Missed the cut: Wes Watts (New Paltz) 44-43-87;  Zak Steingart (Fallsburg) 42-46-88; Josh Wimer (James I. O’Neill) 42-47-89; Will Bagley (James I. O’Neill) 47-43-90; Justin Pucci (Goshen) 45-45-90; Matt Hogan (Monr0e-Woodbury) 45-46-91; Zack Plamback (Rhinebeck) 42-49-91; Jaxon Koebel Secky (New Paltz) 45-46-91; Mike Bertotti (Cornwall) 45-48-93; Hayden Prenatt (John S. Burke Catholic) 47-46-93; Matt Ryan (Tri-Valley) 49-45-94; Andrew Bagley (James I. O’Neill) 50-45-95; Robbie Whalen (Highland) 50-45-95; Nick O’Reilly (Minisink Valley) 44-52-96; Gannon Yarmus (Cornwall) 47-50-97; Jake McKean (Eldred) 52-47-99; Jeff Shaver (Rondout Valley) 53-46-99; Kyle Kolodziejski (Rondout Valley) 49-51-100;  Will Conti (Marlboro) 52-49-101; Max LaFalce (Roosevelt) 50-52-102; Charles Benfer (Marlboro) 54-49-103; Kyle Doering (Wallkill) 52-51-103; Aidan O’Connell (Rondout Valley) 50-54-104; Pat Shea (Warwick) 55-53-108; James Rossetti (Red Hook) 46-62-108; Brad Betcher (Wallkill) 53-56-109; Steve Byrum (Rhinebeck) 56-58-114; Joey Caster (Newburgh Free Academy) 63-59-122.

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Section 9 girls first-round results: Eighth-grader Pennington leads

Rondout Valley eighth-grader Amber Pennington shot a 7-over 78 and holds a six-shot lead heading into the final round of the Section 9 championship at Apple Greens Golf Course in Highland.

Pine Bush’s Pasqualina Tartaglione carded an 84 and is in second place.

The top 18 golfers advanced to the final round, which starts 10 a.m. Wednesday.

Section 9 championship
(First round at Apple Greens, GC, Highland, par 71)
Amber Pennington (Rondout Valley) 39-39-78; Pasqualina Tartaglione (Pine Bush) 41-43-84; Katie Biagi (Goshen) 48-39-87; Kristin Scali (James I. O’Neill) 43-44-87; Jessica Rallo (Monroe-Woodbury) 45-44-89; Gabbie Budd (Ellenville) 43-51-94; Kelly Leach (Monroe-Woodbury) 46-49-95; Olivia Klugman (Goshen) 53-43-96;  Alex Cymbal (New Paltz) 51-47-98; Montana Schmidt (Sullivan West) 48-53-101; Hope Erlwein (Sullivan West) 49-57-106; Jackie Ford (Onteora) 55-51-106; Jordan Kubenik (Sullivan West) 52-54-106; Hayley Weiner (Fallsburg) 55-51-106; Rachel Menoutis (Warwick) 55-52-107; Fiona Milmoe (Washingtonville) 56-52-108; Madison Ackerly (Roscoe) 56-53-109; Taylor Roseo (Roscoe) 51-58-109;

Missed the cut: Ava Delardi (Monroe-Woodbury) 56-55-111; Emma Messenger (Marlboro) 56-55-111; Juliet Lepre (Warwick) 60-55-115; Paige Roseo (Roscoe) 58-57-115; Camryn Hoar (Ellenville) 55-63-118; Gillian Donohue (Ellenville) 56-65-121; Elaine Bell (Valley Central) 66-55-121; Emilia Ricciardi (Port Jervis) 60-61-121; Nicole Cioffe (Middletown) 67-57-124; Cassidy Lucas (Valley Central) 65-61-126.

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Section 9 first-round tee assignments

Kingston sophomore and two-time OCIAA champion Jake Hommel and Goshen senior Jason Donley will play in the lead group in the first round of the Section 9 tournament Monday at Powelton Club in Newburgh.

Spackenkill’s Erik Stauderman and Onteora’s Justin Lane will also tee off at the first hole.

A 9 a.m. shotgun start is set.

Two-time Section 9 champion Ryan Rodriguez, a Cornwall senior, will start on the third hole and is paired with Rondout Valley’s Travis Hornbeck and Roosevelt’s Jeff Peters.

Section 9 tournament
(First round, Powelton Club, Newburgh, par 70)
Hole 1: Erik Stauderman (Spackenkill); Justin Lane (Onteora); Jake Hommel (Kingston); Jason Donley (Goshen).
Hole 2: Scott Kleeschulte (Kingston); David Powers (Eldred); Stanley Garrant (Spackenkill)
Hole 3: Travis Hornbeck (Rondout Valley); Ryan Rodriguez (Cornwall); Jeff Peters (Roosevelt)
Hole 4: Matt Ryan (Tri-Valley); Ryan Betcher (Newburgh Free Academy); Wes Watts (New Paltz)
Hole 5: Gannon Yarmus (Cornwall); Chris Hughes (Monroe-Woodbury); Ryan Ackert (Spackenkill)
Hole 6: Matt Dickson (Washingtonville); Jeff Shaver (Rondout Valley); Sean Adams (Valley Central)
Hole 8: Jaxon Koebel Secky (New Paltz); Max LaFalce (Roosevelt); Josh Wimer (James I. O’Neill)
Hole 9: Will Bagley (James I. O’Neill); James Rossetti (Red Hook); Dylan Barone (Valley Central)
Hole 10: Omar Jafar (Newburgh Free Academy); Steve Byrum (Rhinebeck); Mike Bertotti (Cornwall)
Hole 11: Joey Caster (Newburgh Free Academy); Zack Plamback (Rhinebeck); Matt Hogan (Monr0e-Woodbury)
Hole 12: Kyle Doering (Wallkill); Kyle Kolodziejski (Rondout Valley); Zain Jafar (Newburgh Free Academy)
Hole 13: Josh Kienz (Valley Central); Will Conti (Marlboro); Ryan Waaland (Washingtonville)
Hole 14: Hayden Prenatt (John S. Burke Catholic); Aidan O’Connell (Rondout Valley); Nick O’Reilly (Minisink Valley)
Hole 15: Andrew Bagley (James I. O’Neill); Charles Benfer (Marlboro); Pat Shea (Warwick)
Hole 16: Brad Betcher (Wallkill); Justin Pucci (Goshen); Jake McKean (Eldred)
Hole 17: Dante Groppuso (Kingston); Robbie Whalen (Highland); Zak Steingart (Fallsburg)

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OCIAA track and field championships, day two results

The second day of the Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association track and field championships at Warwick Valley High School is over. The Saturday portion was conducted under overcast skies (the sun did try to break out once or twice around 1 p.m.), and temperatures in the lower 60s, comfortable for the competitors.
The Monroe-Woodbury girls won the team title for the third year in a row. The Warwick boys outdistanced Newburgh Free Academy for its title.

The results:
Boys
Team scores and standings: 1. Warwick (War) 123.5 points; 2. Newburgh Free Academy (NFA) 104; 3. Monroe-Woodbury (MW) 80.5; 4. Kingston (King) 49; 5. Pine Bush (PB) 43; 6. Middletown (Mid) 35; 7. Monticello (Mont) 33; 8. Cornwall (Cor) 31; 9. Washingtonville (Wash) 27; 10. Sullivan West (SW) 15; 11. John S. Burke Catholic (JSB) 13; 12. (tie) Port Jervis (PJ) and Tri-Valley (TV) 12; 14. Goshen (Gosh) 5; 15. Minisink Valley (MV) 3; 16. Chester (Ches) 2.

100-meters: 1. Jahnique Dessaline (NFA) 11.13; 2. Blaine Billings (NFA) 11.16; 3. Izayiah Moore (Mid) 11.27; 4. Bobby Williams (NFA) 11.46; 5. Curai White (Mid) 11.50; 6. Brandon Pierre (Gosh) 11.82.

200: 1. Blaine Billings (NFA) 22.47; 2. Stephon Scott (NFA) 22.78; 3. Davon Davis (PB) 22.83; 4. Jahnique Dessaline (NFA) 22.88; 5. Brian Ramirez (Mid) 23.53; 6. Brian Sano (MW) 23.60.

400: 1. Stephon Scott (NFA) 50.35; 2. Davon Davis (PB) 50.36; 3. Seth Goitia (Cor) 50.98; 4. Ivan Dorsett (NFA) 51.02; 5. Tim Boyd (Ches) 51.29; 6. David Onwuka (NFA) 51.31.

800: 1. Nicholas Pacelli (War) 1:56.22; 2. Paul Catalano (Wash) 1:56.95; 3. Xavier Boone (NFA) 1:57.03; 4. Ayden Gann (SW) 1:57.51; 5. Tom Gardiner (War) 1:58.06; 6. Dave Soto (War) 1:58.65.

1,600: 1. Robert Becker (King) 4:22.16; 2. Nicholas Pacelli (War) 4:24.49; 3. Ayden Gann (SW) 4:25.60; 4. Sean Quinn (War) 4:26.76; 5. Jamie Granata (MV) 4:27.08; 6. Lucas Lopez (King) 4:27.50.

* 3,200: 1. Chris Biondi (PB) 9:19.98; 2. Matt Adolph (War) 9:20.95; 3. Thorr Trowbridge (King) 9:26.63; 4. Jayson Hines (King) 10:01.00; 5. Jon Messler (Wash) 9:38.57; 6. Behailu Bekele-Arcuri (MV) 9:45.72.

110 hurdles: 1. My-kell Farrar (Mont) 14.54; 2. James Tierney (TV) 15.16; 3. Vernon Taylor (Mid) 15.51; 4. Dennis VanDunk (War) 15.65; 5. Chase Hamling (War) 16.97; DQ. Jacinto Gomez (Wash) disqualified.

400 hurdles: 1. Robert Walker (NFA) 55.15; 2. My-kell Farrar (Mont) 56.35; 3. Jacinto Gomez (Wash) 57.53; 4. James Tierney (TV) 57.65; 5. Ricardo Singh (NFA) 57.79; 6. Jacob Lilley (Mont) 58.09.

3,000 steeplechase: 1. Thorr Trowbridge (King) 9:25.25; 2. Jayson Hines (King) 9:25.72; 3. Matt Adolph (War) 9:49.05; 4. Liam Higgins (Gosh) 10:01.56; 5. Dan Lindstrom (War) 10:11.61; 6. Thomas Nafash (War) 10:17.97.

400 relay: 1. Newburgh (Blaine Billings, Jahnique Dessaline, Ivan Dorsett, Brendon Hanson) 42.57; 2. Monroe-Woodbury (Brandon Adams, Chris Carrion, Mathew Morales, Corry Moskowitz) 44.19; 3. Middletown (Jeremiah Coombs, Malanchi Grant, Izayiah Moore, Brian Ramirez) 44.88; 4. Cornwall 44.90; 5. Pine Bush 45.34; 6. Warwick 45.71.

1,600 relay: 1. Newburgh (Blaine Billings, Jahnique Dessaline, Ivan Dorsett, Stephon Scott) 3:33.79; 2. Monticello (Jameson Clarke, My-kell Farrar, Jacob Lilley, Sean O’Rourke) 3:23.89; 3. Washingtonville (Paul Catalano, Cameron Goddard, Jacinto Gomez, Josh Mallard) 3:28.92; 4. Monroe-Woodbury 3:29.36; 5. Middletown 3:29.91; 6. Pine Bush 3:30.06.

3,200 relay: 1. Kingston (Robert Becker, Jayson Hines, Andy Lopez, Lucas Lopez) 8:12.71; 2. Warwick (Matt Adolph, Dan Lindstrom, Nicholas Pacelli, Sean Quinn) 8:15.96; 3. Cornwall (David Brubacher, Francisco Rivera, Ed Rodd, Christian Scileppi) 8:24.26; 4. Monroe-Woodbury 8:27.38; 5. Washingtonville 8:28.29; 6. Port Jervis 8:29.94.

High jump: 1. Kesigh Deloatch (War) 6-4; 2. Matt McReynolds (MW) 6-2; 3. (tie) Brandon Adams (MW) and Hashem Gambari (SW) 6-2; 5. Dennis VanDunk (War) 6-0; 6. Mark Przybocki (JSB) 6-0.

Long jump: 1. Kesigh Deloatch (War) 21-7.75; 2. Justin Hall (MW) 21-3.753. Chayne Price (PB) 20-6.25; 4. Chris Carrion (MW) 20-4.25; 5. Terrell Harris (Mid) 20-2; 6. Stephon Scott (NFA) 20-2.

Triple jump: 1. Kesigh Deloatch (War) 44-9; 2. Matt McReynolds (MW) 42-0.5; 3. Dennis VanDunk (War) 41-3.25; 4. Justin Hall (MW) 41-1.25; 5. Chris Carrion (MW) 40-9.75; 6. Terrell Harris (Mid) 40-0.

Shot put: 1. Roman Lytovchenko (MW) 46-5.25; 2. Steven Pironti (JSB) 44-8.5; 3. Hadonel Degravius (Cor) 43-10; 4. Mark Przybocki (JSB) 42-0; 5. Nick Konopka (War) 41-3.5; 6. Robert Whitney (PJ) 40-9.25.

Discus: 1. Roman Lytovchenko (MW) 139-8; 2. Hadonel Degravius (Cor) 134-7; 3. Tim Braunstein (Mont) 127-2; 4. Joe Ike (Mid) 125-1; 5. Adam Hart (PB) 116-5; 6. Ben Brisman (Cor) 115-9.

* Javelin (non-scoring): 1. Mark Przybocki (JSB) 168-0; 2. Nick Konopka (War) 141-7; 3. Ty Kunkeli (Eld) 130-4; 4. Roman Lytovchenko (MW) 119-1; 5. Steven Pironti (JSB) 111-5; 6. Colin Gibson (SW) 101-3.
Chris Brinkman (King) 106-6

* Pole vault: 1. Isaac Heatley (War) 13-0; 2. Dane Sorensen (War) 12-6; 3. Andrew Matta (NFA) 12-6; 4. Vinnie Depaolo (MW) 12-0; 5. Isaiah Ramirez (PB) 12-0; 6. (tie) Joshua Jeong (MW) and Brendan McShane (War) 12-0.

Pentathlon: 1. Troy Zanger (PJ) 3,321; 2. Ryan Miele (War) 2,793; 3. Adam Bush (PB) 2,726; 4. Chris Phillips (Mid) 2,704; 5. Mark Pietrzak (Wash) 2,671; 6. Andrew Ruebenstahl (Wash) 2,610.

GIRLS
Team standings and key: 1. Monroe-Woodbury (MW) 128 points; 2. Warwick (War) 106; 3. Goshen (Gosh) 66; 4. Newburgh Free Academy (NFA) 55; 5. Cornwall (Cor) 50; 6. Washingtonville (Wash) 48; 7. Pine Bush (PB) 46; 8. Kingston (King) 30; 9. Middletown (Mid) 20; 10. Valley Central (VC) 14; 11. James I. O’Neill (JIO) 11; 12. John S. Burke Catholic (JSB) 5; 13. (tie) Port Jervis (PJ) and Minisink Valley (MV) 4; 15. (tie) Monticello (Mont) and Sullivan West (SW) 1.

100-meters: 1. (tie) De’ja Bowen (Mid) and Ahnrea McCaskill (NFA) 12.52; 3. Greer Ligouri (War) 12.75; 4. Kayla Meade (Cor) 12.76; 5. Samara Herzog (King) 12.88; 6. Marielle Aponti (NFA) 12.94.

200: 1. Kate Laskoski (Gosh) 25.83; 2. Greer Ligouri (War) 25.99; 3. Alisa Vasquez (Wash) 26.19; 4. Kyara Thompson (NFA) 26.24; 5. Rachel Gutierrez (MW) 26.43; 6. Juantasia Cumberbatch (NFA) 26.59.

400: 1. Greer Ligouri (War) 56.58; 2. Kate Laskoski (Gosh) 57.27; 3. Zarah Harris (VC) 58.11; 4. Juantasia Cumberbatch (NFA) 59.24; 5. Asya Jeune (MW) 59.42; 6. Gabby Fanning (Cor) 59.98.

800: 1. Megan Reilly (War) 2:13.69; 2. Kathryn Munks (MW) 2:13.95; 3. Gabby Fanning (Cor) 2:14.77; 4. Kaylah Quarshie (PJ) 2:14.82; 5. Jessica Cueva-Scarpelli (MW) 2:18.16; 6. Allyson Lyle (JIO) 2:18.43.

1,500: 1. Olivia Elston (Gosh) 4:35.74; 2. Kathryn Munks (MW) 4:36.54; 3. Megan Reilly (War) 4:48.24; 4. Annie Kurdziel (MW) 4:50.24; 5. Kiersten Kral (MW) 4:52.64; 6. Emily Cavanagh (War) 4:54.24.

* 3,000: 1. Megan Reilly (War) 9:43.69; 2. Kathryn Munks (MW) 9:52.69; 3. Olivia Elston (Gosh) 9:57.34; 4. Jennie Prial (War) 10:35.60; 5. Lizbet Navarro (Mid) 10:37.51; 6. Victoria Caroli (Cor) 10:40.03.

100 hurdles: 1. Penny Greibesland (War) 15.14; 2. Sarah Smith (PB) 15.19; 3. Anycia Cole (Gosh) 15.34; 4. Katie Murphy (Cor) 15.87; 5. Lisa Jacobsen (MW) 15.96; 6. Taylor Giza (JSB) 16.08.

400 hurdles: 1. Anycia Cole (Gosh) 64.81; 2. Justine Brooks (NFA) 65.67; 3. Anna Northrup (JIO) 66.18; 4. Ahnrea McCaskill (NFA) 66.27; 5. Brianna Lawless (Wash) 68.77; 6. Jackie Dejesus (Mid) 69.63.

2,000 steeplechase: 1. Megan Reilly (War) 7:10.56; 2. Kiersten Kral (MW) 7:16.05; 3. Hannah Mellino (Cor) 7:22.99; 4. Jennie Prial (War) 7:30.32; 5. Sarah Hack (King) 7:37.63; 6. Molly Cameron (Cor) 7:37.70.

400 relay: 1. Newburgh (Juantasia Cumberbatch, Danielle Ryan, Marielle Apronti, Kyara Thompson) 49.12; 2. Middletown (De’ja Bowen, Taniya Brown, Jackie Dejesus, Itziar Delavicijo) 49.40; 3. Washingtonville (Nia Brown, Anyiah Fisher, Megan Geary, Emily Gerdin) 50.16; 4. Monroe-Woodbury 50.27; 5. Kingston 50.52; 6. Warwick 51.49.

1,600 relay: 1. Newburgh (Marielle Apronti, Juantasia Cumberbatch, Darah Martin, Ahnrea McCaskill) 3:58.10; 2. Washingtonville (Kristen Boerke, Bridget Curtin, Aniyah Fisher, Brianna Lawless) 4:02.54; 3. Monroe-Woodbury 4:02.65; 4. Valley Central 4:06.53; 5. Goshen 4:12.75; 6. Cornwall 4:14.08.

3,200 relay: 1. Monroe-Woodbury (Kathryn Munks, Annie Kurdziel, Jessica Pidgeon, Jessica Cueva-Scarpelli) 9:39.79; 2. Warwick (Danielle Bartolotta, Madison Parrelli, Jennie Prial, Genevieve Reilly) 9:51.55; 3. Goshen (Kate Laskoski, Madison Montgomery, Morgan Serkes, Olivia Elston) 10:00.77; 4. O’Neill 10:05.93; 5. Kingston 10:07.69; 6. Valley Central 10:14.28.

High jump: 1. Sarah Smith (PB) 5-3; 2. Jaid Harrell (King) 5-2; 3. Katie Murphy (Cor) 5-2; 4. Qurran Maise (NFA) 5-2; 5. Lisa Jacobsen (MW) 5-0; 6. Samantha Shaw (King) 5-0.

Long jump: 1. Sarah Smith (PB) 17-3.5; 2. Anycia Cole (Gosh) 16-7; 3. Emily Gerdin (Wash) 16-1; 4. Jenna Maggiolo (PB) 15-9; 5. Asya Jeune (MW) 15-8.5; 6. Tamantha Pizarro (VC) 15-7.

Triple jump: 1. Sarah Smith (PB) 36-6.5; 2. Grace Longendyke (King) 35-8; 3. Elizabeth Myers (MW) 35-4; 4. (tie) Jenna Maggiolo (PB) and Brianna DeGennaro (MW) 34-3.5; 6. Eyram Agbeli (MW) 34-3.

* Shot put: 1. Rachel Campo (MW) 35-1; 2. Hannah Cunningham (Wash) 34-0; 3. Cheyenne Lewis (Wash) 33-10; 4. Endi Nardi (King) 33-8.5; 5. Kaela Bazemore (VC) 32-5.5; 6. Quavia Simmons (Cor) 31-9.

Discus: 1. Rachel Campo (MW) 114-1; 2. Liz Manderson (Cor) 101-8; 3. Cheyenne Lewis (Wash) 101-0; 4. Ashleigh Convery (MV) 99-9; 5. Endi Nardi (King) 98-11; 6. Zanaya Cooper (Mont) 93-4.

* Javelin (non-scoring): 1. Alexandra Heilig (PB) 96-0; 2. Ashleigh Convery (MV) 79-4; 3. Susie Krupp (CF) 78-8; 4. Zoey Jackson (Lib) 76-11; 5. Qyneice Hylton (King) 72-10; 6. Tyra Chase (Mid) 70-0.

* Pole vault: 1. Kaeli Thompson (War) 9-6; 2. Gianna Scancarello (MW) 9-0; 3. Gabrielle Nebiker (MW) 9-0; 4. Colleen Leahy (JSB) 9-0; 5. Genevieve Reilly (War) 8-6; 6. Sam Becker (SW) 8-0.

Pentathlon: 1. Kristen Henry (Cor) 2,494; 2. Hannah Kelly (MW) 2,183; 3. Sabriyya Wilson (MW) 2,177; 4. Emily Welling (War) 2,146; 5. Agnes Eigo (War) 2,082; 6. Julia Frees (MW) 1,978.

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OCIAA track and field championships day one

Day one of the OCIAA track and field championships are over (after nearly 6 hours). The meet resumes at 9:30 a.m. at Warwick Valley High School.
Megan Reilly of Warwick ran one of the fastest times ever in Section 9 to win the girls’ 3,000-meter run, and Rachel Campo of Monroe-Woodbury was ecstatic over breaking the 35-foot barrier in winning the shot put. Read about both athletes this evening on Varsity845.com, and RecordOnline.com/sports.

Here are the first-day results:
Key: Cornwall (Cor); Eldred (Eld); Goshen (Gosh); John S. Burke Catholic (JSB); Kingston (King); Minisink Valley (MV); Monroe-Woodbury (MW); Pine Bush (PB); Port Jervis (PJ); Sullivan West (SW); Valley Central (VC); Warwick (War); Washingtonville (Wash).
Boys
3,200-meters: 1. Chris Biondi (PB) 9:19.98; 2. Matt Adolph (War) 9:20.95; 3. Thorr Trowbridge (King) 9:26.63; 4. Jayson Hines (King) 10:01.00; 5. Jon Messler (Wash) 9:38.57; 6. Behailu Bekele-Arcuri (MV) 9:45.72.
Shot put: 1. Roman Lytovchenko (MW) 46-5.25; 2. Steven Pironti (JSB) 44-8.5; 3. Hadonel Degravius (Cor) 43-10; 4. Mark Przybocki (JSB) 42-0; 5. Nick Konopka (War) 41-3.5; 6. Robert Whitney (PJ) 40-9.25.
Javelin (non-scoring): 1. Mark Przybocki (JSB) 168-0; 2. Nick Konopka (War) 141-7; 3. Ty Kunkeli (Eld) 130-4; 4. Roman Lytovchenko (MW) 119-1; 5. Steven Pironti (JSB) 111-5; 6. Colin Gibson (SW) 101-3.
Pole vault: 1. Isaac Heatley (War) 13-0; 2. Dane Sorensen (War) 12-6; 3. Andrew Matta (NFA) 12-6; 4. Vinnie Depaolo (MW) 12-0; 5. Isaiah Ramirez (PB) 12-0; 6. (tie) Joshua Jeong (MW) and Brendan McShane (War) 12-0.

Girls
3,000-meters: 1. Megan Reilly (War) 9:43.69; 2. Kathryn Munks (MW) 9:52.69; 3. Olivia Elston (Gosh) 9:57.34; 4. Jennie Prial (War) 10:35.60; 5. Lizbet Navarro (Mid) 10:37.51; 6. Victoria Caroli (Cor) 10:40.03.
Shot put: 1. Rachel Campo (MW) 35-1; 2. Hannah Cunningham (Wash) 34-0; 3. Cheyenne Lewis (Wash) 33-10; 4. Endi Nardi (King) 33-8.5; 5. Kaela Bazemore (VC) 32-5.5; 6. Quavia Simmons (Cor) 31-9.
Javelin (non-scoring): 1. Alexandra Heilig (PB) 96-0; 2. Ashleigh Convery (MV) 79-4; 3. Susie Krupp (CF) 78-8; 4. Zoey Jackson (Lib) 76-11; 5. Qyneice Hylton (King) 72-10; 6. Tyra Chase (Mid) 70-0.
Pole vault: 1. Kaeli Thompson (War) 9-6; 2. Gianna Scancarello (MW) 9-0; 3. Gabrielle Nebiker (MW) 9-0; 4. Colleen Leahy (JSB) 9-0; 5. Genevieve Reilly (War) 8-6; 6. Sam Becker (SW) 8-0.

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OCIAA tennis results: Reede singles champion, Leach, Miller repeat

Newburgh Free Academy junior and top-seed Tyler Reede earned his first OCIAA singles title, defeating Cornwall’s Lucas Arora 6-4, 6-2 at Match Point Tennis in Goshen.

Reede trailed 2-1 in the second set and rallied to win the match’s last five games.

Cornwall’s Dan Leach and Mike Miller repeated as OCIAA doubles champion, defeating Monroe-Woodbury’s Colin Gordon and Zach Price 6-2, 6-1. Leach, a freshman, won his third straight OCIAA doubles title.

VIDEO: Newburgh Free Academy junior Tyler Reede talks about winning his first OCIAA title.

VIDEO: Doubles champions Dan Leach and Mike Miller.

OCIAA championships

Singles
Final: Tyler Reede (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Lucas Arora (Cornwall) 6-4, 6-2.
Consolation final: Gavan O’Brien (Washingtonville) d. Lucas Irace (Goshen) 6-1, 4-6, 6-3
Semifinals: Tyler Reede (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Lucas Irace (Goshen) 6-3, 6-1; Lucas Arora (Cornwall) d. Gavan O’Brien (Washingtonville) 6-3, 6-3.

Doubles
Final:
Dan Leach-Mike Miller (Cornwall) d. Colin Gordon-Zach Price (Monroe-Woodbury) 6-2, 6-1
Consolation: Pearse Algiere-Dean Redmond (Warwick) d. Paul-Hudson Erwin-Andrew Shin (Cornwall) 5-7, 7-5, 7-6 (8-6).
Semifinals: Dan Leach-Mike Miller (Cornwall) d. Paul-Hudson Erwin-Andrew Shin (Cornwall) 6-3, 6-2. Colin Gordon-Zach Price (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Pearse Algiere-Dean Redmond (Warwick) 6-4, 4-6, 6-1.

 

 

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Section 9 softball playoff brackets

Section 9 released its softball postseason schedule tonight.

(Update, 5/20, 6:12 p.m.): Class A and B seeds now reflect the outcome of Friday’s Goshen-O’Neill game.

 

Class AA

Opening round

Tuesday, May 24

No. 9 Valley Central vs. No. 8 Minisink Valley at Middletown, 2 p.m.

Quarterfinals

Tuesday, May 24

Valley Central/Minisink winner at No. 1 Middletown, 4 p.m.

No. 5 Pine Bush at No. 4 Warwick, 4 p.m.

No. 6 Kingston at No. 3 Newburgh Free Academy, 4 p.m.

No. 7 Monroe-Woodbury at No. 2 Roosevelt, 4 p.m.

Semifinals

Thursday, May 26

Middletown/VC/Minisink winner vs. Warwick/Pine Bush winner at highest seed, 4 p.m.

FDR/Monroe-Woodbury winner vs. NFA/Kingston winner at highest seed, 4 p.m.

Final

Saturday, May 28

Semifinal winners at Cornwall High School, 1 p.m.

 

Class A

Quarterfinals

Tuesday, May 24

No. 6 Wallkill at No. 3 Cornwall, 4 p.m.

No. 5 Saugerties at No. 4 Port Jervis, 4 p.m.

Semifinals

Thursday, May 26

Wallkill/Cornwall winner at No. 2 Goshen, 4 p.m.

Port Jervis/Saugerties winner at No. 1 New Paltz, 4 p.m.

Final

Saturday, May 28

Semifinal winners at Rhinebeck High School, 2 p.m.

 

Class B

Quarterfinals

Tuesday, May 24

No. 6 Fallsburg at No. 3 Spackenkill, 4 p.m.

No. 7 Rhinebeck at No. 2 Ellenville, 4 p.m.

No. 5 Rondout Valley at No. 4 James I. O’Neill, 4 p.m.

Semifinals

Thursday, May 26

Fallsburg/Spackenkill winner at Rhinebeck/Ellenville winner at highest seed, 4 p.m.

Rondout/O’Neill winner at No. 1 Marlboro, 4 p.m.

Final

Saturday, May 28

Semifinal winners at Rhinebeck High School, 12 p.m.

 

Class C

Semifinals

Thursday, May 26

No. 4 S.S. Seward at No. 1 Pine Plains, 4 p.m.

No. 3 Tri-Valley at No. 2 Chester, 4 p.m.

Final

Saturday, May 28

Semifinal winners at Rhinebeck High School, 10 a.m.

 

Class D

Final

Saturday, May 28

No. 2 Livingston Manor vs. No. 1 Eldred at Cornwall High School, 11 a.m.

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Section 9 baseball playoff brackets

Section 9 released its baseball playoff schedule tonight.

 

Class AA

Quarterfinals

Tuesday, May 24

No. 7 Valley Central at No. 2 Roosevelt, 4 p.m.

No. 6 Pine Bush at No. 3 Kingston, 4 p.m.

No. 5 Minisink Valley at No. 4 Warwick, 4 p.m.

Semifinals

Thursday, May 26

Minisink/Warwick winner at No. 1  Monroe-Woodbury, 4 p.m.

Valley Central/FDR winner vs. Pine Bush/Kingston winner at highest seed, 4 p.m.

Final

Saturday, May 28

Semifinal winners at Cantine Field, Saugerties, 4 p.m.

 

Class A

Quarterfinals

Monday, May 23

No. 6 Saugerties at No. 3 Wallkill, 4 p.m.

No. 5 Monticello at No. 4 Goshen, 4 p.m.

Semifinals

Wednesday, May 25

Saugerties/Wallkill winner at No. 2 New Paltz, 4 p.m.

Monticello/Goshen winner at No. 1 Cornwall, 4 p.m.

Final

Saturday, May 28

Semifinal winners at Cantine Field, Saugerties, 1 p.m.

 

Class B

Opening round

Saturday, May 21

No. 9 Rondout Valley at No. 8 Ellenville, 10 a.m.

Quarterfinals

Monday, May 23

Ellenville/Rondout winner at No. 1 John S. Burke Catholic, 4 p.m.

No. 7 Highland at No. 2 Spackenkill, 4 p.m.

No. 6 James I. O’Neill at No. 3 Marlboro, 4 p.m.

No. 5 Onteora at No. 4 Rhinebeck, 4 p.m.

Semifinals

Wednesday, May 25

Ellenville/Rondout/Burke winner vs. Onteora/Rhinebeck winner at highest seed, 4 p.m.

Highland/Spackenkill winner vs. O’Neill/Marlboro winner at highest seed, 4 p.m.

Final

Saturday, May 28

Semifinal winners at Cantine Field, Saugerties, 10 a.m.

 

Class C

Semifinals

Wednesday, May 25

No. 4 Tri-Valley at No. 1 Chester, 4 p.m.

No. 3 S.S. Seward at No. 2 Pine Plains, 4 p.m.

Final

Saturday, May 28

Semifinal winners at Lorenz Field, Saugerties, 2 p.m.

 

Class D

Semifinals

Wednesday, May 25

No. 3 John A. Coleman Catholic at No. 2 Livingston Manor, 4 p.m.

Final

Saturday, May 28

Manor/Coleman winner vs. No. 1 Chapel Field at Lorenz Field, Saugerties, 11 a.m.

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