Section 9 baseball tournament preview

The Section 9 baseball tournament begins with quarterfinal round games on Tuesday afternoon. Here’s a look ahead to some of the teams and players to watch.

Class AA
Defending champion: Valley Central. The Vikings are the No. 5 seed in this year’s tournament.
Top seed: Roosevelt (16-3) is seeking the program’s first Section 9 title. The Presidents, led by right-handed ace Will Grega, fell to Marlboro in the semifinals of the MHAL tournament on May 16.
Wildcard: Take your pick. Kingston, the No. 8 seed, has as good a chance as any of emerging on top in this bracket. Minisink Valley, Pine Bush and Valley Central all have strong resumes as well.
Player to watch: Kashaun Curry, LHP/OF, Middletown, Sr. The ace of the Middies’ lefty-heavy pitching staff, has been dominant on the mound all season long. Can he carry Middletown to its first Section 9 baseball title?

Port Jervis' Sean Cornell pitches in a game at Middletown on May 23, 2015. (Will Montgomery photo/Times Herald-Record)

Class A
Defending champion: Wallkill. The Panthers are the No. 5 seed in this year’s tournament.
Top seed: Cornwall (16-3) has relied on a huge, by high school standards, 24-man roster this season. Will the Green Dragons have the right players in place in this win-or-go-home situation?
Wildcard: No. 3 Port Jervis finds itself on the MHAL side of this bracket, hosting No. 6 New Paltz in the quarterfinals. The winner of that game plays the winner of a quarterfinal between No. 2 Saugerties and No. 7 Red Hook. Will Port Jervis, swept by Cornwall in a three-game OCIAA Division III series, get a rematch in the championship game?
Player to watch: Cole Whitney, RHP/3B, Goshen, Sr. The St. John’s-bound pitcher is hard to hit thanks to his fastball velocity. The Gladiators, seeded fourth, play No. 5 Wallkill in the quarterfinals, with Cornwall awaiting the winner following a bye. How will Goshen use Whitney?

Class B
Defending champion: Spackenkill. The Spartans, winners of the MHAL tournament in mid-May, are the No. 2 seed.
Top seed: Marlboro (15-4) is back in Class B after having lost to Wallkill in last year’s Section 9 Class A championship game. The Dukes return a ton of talent from that team, including junior southpaw Nick Mongelli.
Wildcard: Liberty, John S. Burke Catholic and James I. O’Neill tied for the OCIAA Division IV regular season title and enter the postseason as seeds No. 5, 6 and 7, respectively. These teams will have a tough road to the finals, playing as the road teams in the quarterfinals and with very good teams likely awaiting in the semis should they move on.
Player to watch: Killian Bloat, RHP/CF, Liberty, Sr. Bloat has been a do-it-all kind of player for the Indians this year. He capped off his regular season by hitting for the cycle in a win over Eldred.

Class C
Defending champion: Chester. The Hambletonians are the No. 2 seed this season.
Top seed: Webutuck (14-2) has lost twice to Spackenkill this season and there’s no shame in that. But will the Warriors’ relatively weak regular season schedule, playing in the MHAL’s Division IV, hurt the team in the postseason?
Wildcard: OCIAA Division V rivals Chester and No. 3 S.S. Seward will meet in a semifinal game on Wednesday. Chester took two of three in the regular season series and the winner gets an extra day of rest with Webutuck hosting the Pine Plains-Tri-Valley winner in a semifinal on Thursday. Look for the Chester-Seward winner to have a leg up, by being an arm up, in the Section 9 final.
Player to watch: Chester’s brother duo of Kyle Marco (Sr., RHP/SS/C) and Colin Marco (Soph., RHP/C), who combined to make 14 starts. Together, they went 10-2, allowed 24 earned runs in 88 innings and struck out 86 batters.

Class D
Defending champion: John A. Coleman Catholic. The Statesmen failed to qualify for postseason play in 2015.
Top seed: Chapel Field (8-9) won the OCIAA Division VI regular season title, it’s first since 2010, and earned the No. 1 seed.
Wildcard: Livingston Manor is the No. 2 seed and the only other team in the bracket. It’ll be the Wildcats’ fifth finals appearance in the past seven seasons. Livingston Manor won a Section 9 title in 2011 and went on to become state champion.
Player to watch: Dillon Taggart, C, Livingston Manor, Sr. Taggart made the varsity team as an 8th grader, so he knows what it’s like to play in the big games, having competed for the Wildcats during their state title run.

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Section 9 girls lacrosse state tournament info

Goshen's Kelly Fellenzer, left, and Minisink Valley's Shannon Molander, right, fight for the ball at the Minisink Valley vs Goshen Section 9 Girls Lacrosse Finals in Kingston, NY on May 20, 2015. (Allyse Pulliam photo/Times Herald-Record)

Section 9′s lacrosse champions begin play in the state tournament on Wednesday. Here’s a quick look at the opening round matchups.


Class A
Kingston (16-2) vs. Suffern (14-5, Section 1)
Wednesday, 5 p.m. at Fox Lane
About Kingston: The Tigers won a ninth consecutive Section 9 title with a 15-10 victory over Monroe-Woodbury in the local Class A final. Despite that string of success, Kingston looks for its first win on the state level in this game.
About Suffern: The Mounties were perfect against Section 1 opponents this season. Suffern’s five losses came against out-of-section competition: Milton, Ga., Radnor, Pa., Wantagh, Manhasset and Garden City.
Players to watch: Kingston Junior midfielder Logan Brennan has a Section 9-best 91 goals this season and senior attack Caroline Crump, with 46 goals and 35 assists, is also among the local scoring leaders. Suffern’s junior goalie, Mikaila Cheeseman, has committed to play college lacrosse at Penn, a member of the Ivy League.

Class B
Minisink Valley (9-9) vs. Somers (16-2-1, Section 1)
Wednesday, 7 p.m. at Fox Lane
About Minisink Valley: The Warriors opened the season by losing six of their first seven games, but rallied with a win over No. 1 Goshen in the Section 9 final to win a second straight Section 9 title. Goshen had defeated Minisink Valley twice during the regular season.
About Somers: The Tuskers arrive in the state tournament much like Minisink Valley. Twice during the regular season, Yorktown defeated Somers. In the final, with the score tied, junior Penn commit Gabby Rosenzweig got a free position chance with four seconds left in regulation. Rosenweig scored and Somers escaped with a 10-9 victory.
Players to watch: Minisink Valley senior attack Ali Dalton, who scored career goal No. 100 in the Section 9 final, and junior Amanda Paino will team up at Radford (Va.) University following their high school careers. Livy Rosenzweig, younger sister of Gabby, is a sophomore attack that is another dangerous scorer for Somers.

Class C
Red Hook (15-2) vs. Bronxville (19-1, Section 1)
Wednesday, 3 p.m. at Fox Lane
About Red Hook: The Raiders won a fifth consecutive Section 9 title by defeating Millbrook 7-6 in the championship game.
About Bronxville: The Broncos defended last season’s Section 1 title with a 17-10 win over Pearl River in the championship game.
Players to watch: Red Hook junior attack Ciara Burud scored career goal No. 200 earlier this season and is already the leading scorer in program history. Bronxville junior Lilly Grass scored three goals and made three assists to lead the Broncos in the win over Pearl River.

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Section 9 boys lacrosse state tournament info

Highland's Thomas Hollway (3) and Dylan Cuvelier celebrate a goal in the third quarter of Friday's game. Highland defeated Corwall 11-6 in the Section IX, Class B final Friday at Faller Field in Middletown. (NICHOLAS PIATEK/For the Times Herald-Record)

Section 9′s lacrosse champions begin play in the state tournament on Wednesday. Here’s a quick look at the opening round matchups.


Class A
Warwick (18-0) vs. Niskayuna (17-2, Section 2)
Wednesday, 5:30 p.m. at Faller Field, Middletown
About Warwick: The Wildcats carry an undefeated record into state tournament play after winning a second straight Section 9 title. Warwick has outscored opponents by an average of 15-8 this season and went 4-0 against out-of-section competition during the regular season.
About Niskayuna: The Silver Warriors enter the state tournament on an 11-game winning streak, having gone 17-0 against Section 2 competition. Niskayuna’s only losses came against regional powers Darien, Conn. and St. Anthony’s of South Huntington.
Players to watch: Niskayuna junior Dylan Pantalone won 21 of 24 faceoffs in the Section 2 championship game against Shaker. Warwick junior defenseman Connor Filipowski earned All-American honors this season and the Wildcats sometimes also use him with a short stick on the offensive end to add some punch to an already potent offense.

Class B
Highland (14-4) vs. Albany Academy (12-6, Section 2)
Wednesday, 8 p.m. at Faller Field, Middletown
About Highland: The Huskies have come a long way since suffering through a winless season five years ago. Highland, the No. 2 seed in the Section 9 tournament, knocked off No. 1 Cornwall, the two-time defending champion, to win the program’s first section title.
About Albany Academy: The Cadets won a second straight Section 2 title, holding off Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake in an 8-7 victory on Saturday afternoon.
Players to watch: Junior Rino Tamburri goes to school at Marlboro, where he starred at running back this past fall, leading the Dukes to a Section 9 Class B title on the gridiron. He competes for Highland in the spring (the schools combine for lacrosse) and has been the Huskies’ leader in the faceoff circle. Albany Academy junior goalie Brody Carter made 15 saves, making the difference in a one-goal game in the Section 2 final.

Class C
Rondout Valley (15-3) vs. Greenwich (17-2, Section 2)
Wednesday, 3:30 p.m. at Faller Field, Middletown
About Rondout Valley: The Ganders won a second straight Section 9 title, quite an accomplishment for a program in its fourth year. Rondout’s three losses came against much larger schools: Warwick, Minisink Valley and Wappingers (combined team of John Jay-East Fishkill and Ketcham High Schools).
About Greenwich: The Witches played their tighest game of the season in the Section 2 final, beating Glens Falls 10-9 in overtime to capture a second straight section title. Greenwich fell in the opening round of the state tournament last season, as did Rondout, meaning one of these programs will win a state game for the first time.
Players to watch: Greenwich’s junior attack Tyler Matson scored three goals in the section final, including the game-winner in sudden death overtime. Rondout Valley senior attack Gabe Carbone is the focal point of the Ganders’ offense. He leads the team with 75 goals and 48 assists.

I’ll be covering the games on Wednesday, so if you can’t make it and you’re looking for updates, check out my Twitter feed: @THR_Montgomery.

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Section 9 boys lacrosse awards: 2015

Note: These are the teams that are voted on by local coaches. The Varsity845 team will be published shortly after the season.

U.S. Lacrosse awards

2015 All-Americans

  • Joe Sessa, Attackman, Senior, Minisink Valley High School
  • Alec Tocco, Defenseman, Senior, Rondout Valley High School
  • Chris Schlappich, Midfielder, Junior, Highland High School
  • Connor Filipowski, Defenseman, Junior, Warwick High School

2015 Assistant Coach of the Year: Tom Stoddard, Valley Central High School
2015 Coach of the Year: Graig Mc Elroy, Warwick Valley High School
2015 Man of the Year: John Szakmary, Rondout Valley Lacrosse
2015 Bob Scott Award: Zach Dunning, Cornwall High School

2015 Academic All-Americans

  • David Akst, Red Hook High School
  • Kyle Waters, James I. O’Neill High School

Joe Sessa, Minisink Valley, Sr.
Aaron Ackerman, Warwick, Sr.
Gabe Carbone, Rondout Valley, Sr.
Brad Howell, Valley Central, Sr.
Hunter Cocks, Valley Central, Sr.
Luke Hanson, Minisink Valley, Jr.
Chris Schlappich, Highland, Jr.
Nick Daigle, Warwick, Sr.
Brett Jennings, Valley Central, Jr.
Aidan Gaffney, Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.
Donovan Murphy, Valley Central, Jr.
Connor Filipowski, Warwick, Jr.
Alec Tocco, Rondout Valley, Sr.
Joe Falco, Valley Central, Jr.
Face-off midfield
Angus Wolfe, Rondout Valley, Sr.
Long stick midfield
Brenden Shust, Valley Central, Jr.
Defensive midfield
Tim Schof, Pine Bush, Jr.

All-Division I
Collin Haggerty, Pine Bush, Jr.
Kyle Bacon, Pine Bush, Jr.
Connor Polacco, Kingston, Sr.
Brendan Colson, Newburgh Free academy, Sr.
Brandon Bocci, Pine Bush, Jr.
Tajh Ali, Middletown, Fr.
Lucas Turner, Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.
Johnny Loughlin, Kingston, Soph.
Kendall Collins, Kingston, Jr.
Aidan Gaffney, Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.
Alex Krug, Pine Bush, Sr.
Mike McCaffrey, Pine Bush, Sr.
Colin Parrington, Middletown, Sr.
Face-off midfield
Connor Flynn, Monroe-Woodbury, Sr.
Long stick midfield
Cody Hickey, Pine Bush, Jr.
Defensive midfield
Tim Schot, Pine Bush, Jr.

All-Division II
Joe Sessa, Minisink Valley, Sr.
Aaron Ackerman, Warwick, Sr.
Nick Maurer, Warwick, Sr.
Brad Howell, Valley Central, Sr.
Nick Daigle, Warwick, Sr.
Luke Hanson, Minisink Valley, Jr.
Hunter Cocks, Valley Central, Sr.
David Malota, Warwick, Sr.
Brett Jennings, Valley Central, Jr.
Donovan Murphy, Valley Central, Jr.
Nick Russo, Valley Central, Jr.
Joe Rice, Warwick, Sr.
Conor Filipowski, Warwick, Jr.
Joe Falco, Valley Central, Jr.
Face-off midfield
Carlos Forde, Minisink Valley, Soph.
Long stick midfield
Brenden Shut, Valley Central, Jr.
Defensive midfield
Ryan Malota, Warwick, Soph.

All-Division III
Thomas Hollway, Highland, Sr.
Nick Slate, Saugerties, Jr.
Aidan Burkhard, Roosevelt, Sr.
Gabe Flaten, Cornwall, Jr.
Chris Schlappich, Highland, Jr.
Darius Edwards, Saugerties, Sr.
Kyle Merget, Highland, Jr.
Kevin O’Brien, Cornwall, Jr.
Mike Lesoine, Roosevelt, Sr.
Kyle Quinn, Saugerties, Sr.
Rob Cologero, Saugerties, Sr.
Nick Torres, Goshen, Jr.
Dom Bellacicco, Highland, Sr.
Mitch Lindenbaum, Saugerties, Sr.
Face-off midfield
Tyler Porter, Wallkill, Sr.
Long stick midfield
Stephen Carpenter, Cornwall, Soph.
Hunter Mullane, Goshen, Soph.
Defensive midfield
Tyler Leclerc, Roosevelt, Sr.

All-Division IV
Gabe Carbone, Rondout Valley, Sr.
Ian Olson, Millbrook, Sr.
Nick Michitsch, Red Hook, Jr.
Kyle Water, James I. O’Neill, Sr.
Kyle Meoli, Rondout Valley, Soph.
Max Spagnoli, Red Hook, Jr.
Brandon Voll, Red Hook, Sr.
Alex Enter, Rhinebeck, Sr.
Henry Tynes, Red Hook, Soph.
Mike Hull, New Paltz, Sr.
Alec Tocco, Rondout Valley, Sr.
Conor O’Donnell, Millbrook, Sr.
Face-off midfield
Angus Wolfe, Rondout Valley, Sr.
Long stick midfield
Sean Konz, Rondout Valley, Jr.
Defensive midfield
Dan Kelly, Rondout Valley, Jr.

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State baseball poll released, May 20

Here’s the latest edition of the state baseball rankings via the New York State Sportswriters Association. I’ll list the top three in each class as well as any Section 9 teams that made the cut.

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1. Orchard Park-Section 6 (17-0)
2. Connetquot-11 (18-2)
3. Ward Meville-11 (18-2)
13. Roosevelt-Hyde Park-9 (16-3)
15. Minisink Valley-9 (13-5)

1. Division-Section 8 (18-3)
2. John Glenn-11 (16-4)
3. Comsewogue-11 (17-3)
4. Cornwall-9 (15-2)

1. Livonia-Section 5 (19-1)
2. Mattituck-11 (19-1)
3. Saratoga Catholic Central-2 (20-1)
15. Spackenkill-9 (13-6)

1. Hoosic Valley-Section 2 (19-1)
2. Southold-11 (18-2)
3. Norwood-Norfolk-10 (13-1)
7. Chester-9 (13-4)
12. Webutuck-9 (14-2)
20. S.S. Seward-Florida-9 (14-5)

1. Heuvelton-Section 10 (13-0)
2. Fort Ann-2 (15-0)
3. Westfield-6 (15-2)

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VIDEO: Section 9 golf champion Ryan Rodriguez

Cornwall’s Ryan Rodriguez became just the third golfer since 1985 to win multiple Section 9 golf titles.

Rodriguez joined Ellenville’s Taylor Walsh (1996-98) and Rondout Valley’s Andrew DeForest (2009-10) by winning his second section title Wednesday at Otterkill Golf & Country Club in Campbell Hall.

The junior shot a 7-over-par 79 in windy conditions to post a 8-over 150 for the 36-hole tournament.

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Section 9 tennis final results: Fleming, Leach-Miller champions

James I. O’Neill senior Davis Fleming won his second Section 9 title, defeating Cornwall freshman Lucas Arora 6-4, 6-4 at Match Point Tennis in Goshen.

Cornwall’s Dan Leach and Mike Miller defeated Monroe-Woodbury’s Colin Gordon-Vamshi Adimulam 6-0, 6-0 to win the doubles title. It was Leach’s second straight doubles title.

James I. O’Neill’s Davis Fleming

Cornwall’s Dan Leach and Mike Miller

Section 9 championships
(at Match Point Tennis, Goshen)
Final: Davis Fleming (James I. O’Neill) d. Lucas Arora (Cornwall) 6-4, 6-4.
Consolation: Dharshan Rammohan (Highland) d. Gavan O’Brien (Washingtonville) 6-3, 6-3.
Semifinals: Davis Fleming (James I. O’Neill) d. Gavan O’Brien (Washingtonville) 6-0, 6-1; Lucas Arora (Cornwall) d. Dharshan Rammohan (Highland) 6-1, 6-0.
Final: Dan Leach-Mike Miller (Cornwall) d. Colin Gordon-Vamshi Adimulam (Monroe-Woodbury) 6-0, 6-0.
Consolation: Tyler Dupee-Aidan Hrynda (Cornwall) d. Dan Poll-Emlyn Ellerby (Saugerties) 6-2, 6-4.
Semifinals: Dan Leach-Mike Miller (Cornwall) d. Tyler Dupee-Aidan Hrynda (Pine Bush) 6-4, 6-0; Colin Gordon-Vamshi Adimulam (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Dan Poll-Emlyn Ellerby (Saugerties) 6-4, 6-4.

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Section 9 boys golf: Rodriguez wins second title

Cornwall junior Ryan Rodriguez battled windy conditions to post the only sub-80 score at the Section 9 final round.

Rodriguez’s 7-over-par 79 was good enough for a three-stroke win and his second section title at Otterkill Golf and Country Club in Campbell Hall. He won the title as a freshman.

Rodriguez finished with a 36-hole total of 8-over 150. Spackenkill freshman Erik Stauderman was second with 11-over 153 (72-81).

Valley Central senior Brad Miller qualified for his first state tournament in his final attempt. Miller finished tied for fourth (73-87-160). Eldred junior David Powers will be making his third state trip after tying for fourth (77-83-160).

Kingston freshman Jake Hommel, the Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association champion, overcame an 11 on the 7th hole to finish seventh (76-85-161) and make his first state tournament. Kingston senior Justin Theilig will also be making his first state trip after tying for eighth (76-88-164).

The state tournament will be held on May 30-June 1 at Cornell University in Ithaca.

Section 9 championship
(Final round at Otterkill Golf and Country Club, Washingtonville, par 72)

Ryan Rodriguez (Cornwall) 71-79-150; Erik Stauderman (Spackenkill) 72-81-153; Jeff Peters (Roosevelt) 73-86-159; Stanley Garrant (Spackenkill) 76-84-160; Brad Miller (Valley Central) 73-87-160; David Powers (Eldred) 77-83-160; Jake Hommel (Kingston) 76-85-161; Jordan Stein (Millbrook) 80-84-164; Justin Theilig (Kingston) 76-88-164

Missed the cut: Justin Lane (Onteora) 81-84-165; Josh Kienz (Valley Central) 82-83-165; Andrew Barone (Valley Central) 80-89-169; Matt Dickson (Washingtonville) 79-92-171; Omar Jafar (Newburgh Free Academy) 83-90-173; Scott Kleeschulte (Kingston) 82-91-173; Dylan Barone (Valley Central) 82-94-176; Austin Lunstedt (Red Hook) 82-94-176;  Ryan Waaland (Washingtonville) 80-97-177;  Ryan Hunter (Monroe-Woodbury) 83-99-182; Bryan Gayton (Cornwall) 83-101-184; Jason Dolney (Goshen) 83-DNF.

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VIDEO: Ryan Rodriguez on section first round

Cornwall junior Ryan Rodriguez is halfway to his second Section 9 title.

Rodriguez, the 2013 champion, shot a 1-over-par 71 and holds a one shot lead heading into the second and final round Wednesday at Otterkill Golf and Country Club in Campbell Hall.

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Section 9 boys golf first round: Rodriguez leads by 1

Cornwall junior Ryan Rodriguez fired a 1-over-par 71 and leads by one shot after the first round of the Section 9 championship at The Powelton Club in Newburgh.

Rodriguez, the 2013 section champion and three-time state qualifier, had two birdies in his round.

Spackenkill freshman Erik Stauderman is in second place after a 2-over 72. Valley Central senior Brad Miller and Roosevelt’s Jeff Peters are tied for third (73).

Kingston freshman Jake Hommel, the OCIAA champion, and Kingston senior Justin Theilig, the 2014 OCIAA champion, both shot a 76.

The top 21 golfers advanced to the second and final round Wednesday at Otterkill Golf & Country Club in Campbell Hall. The top nine golfers there qualified for the state tournament on May 30-June 1 at Cornell University.

Miller will be joined by Valley Central teammates Andrew Barone (80); Dylan Barone (82) and Josh Kienz (82) in the final round.

Section 9 championship
(First round at Powelton Club, Newburgh, par 70)
Ryan Rodriguez (Cornwall) 35-36-71; Erik Stauderman (Spackenkill) 35-37-72; Brad Miller (Valley Central) 38-35-73; Jeff Peters (Roosevelt) 39-34-73; Stanley Garrant (Spackenkill) 41-35-76; Jake Hommel (Kingston) 37-39-76; Justin Theilig (Kingston) 34-42-76; David Powers (Eldred) 39-38-77; Matt Dickson (Washingtonville) 40-39-79; Andrew Barone (Valley Central) 43-37-80; Jordan Stein (Millbrook) 39-41-80; Ryan Waaland (Washingtonville) 39-41-80; Justin Lane (Onteora) 42-39-81; Dylan Barone (Valley Central)40-42-82; Josh Kienz (Valley Central)39-43-82; Scott Kleeschulte (Kingston) 42-40-82; Austin Lunstedt (Red Hook)42-40-82; Ryan Hunter (Monroe-Woodbury) 39-44-83; Jason Dolney (Goshen) 37-46-83; Bryan Gayton (Cornwall) 44-39-83; Omar Jafar (Newburgh Free Academy) 41-42-83.
Missed cut:  Sean Copeland (New Paltz)40-44-84; Carl Gelardi (Minisink Valley) 40-44-84; Brandon Lewis (Monroe-Woodbury) 39-45-84; Dion Lynch (Tri-Valley) 42-42-84; Ryan Ackert (New Paltz) 42-43-85; Brandon Variano (Roosevelt)44-41-85; Blake Waaland (Washingtonville) 42-43-85; Travis Hornbeck (Rondout Valley) 44-42-86; Wesley Watts (New Paltz) 45-41-86; Nick Armstrong (Red Hook) 45-43-88; Sean Adams (Valley Central) 41-46-87; Joe Gokey (Monroe-Woodbury) 43-44-87; Dan Goetze (Cornwall) 42-46-88; Mitch Wiemer (Millbrook) 45-44-89; Mike Boryk (Roosevelt) 44-46-90; Zain Jafar (Newburgh Free Academy) 47-44-91; Lane Mitchell (Tri-Valley) 46-45-91; Ryan Betcher (Newburgh Free Academy) 47-45-92; Alex Sill (Kingston) 43-49-92; Asa Spurlock (Onteora) 44-48-92; Chris Hughes (Monroe-Woodbury) 50-44-94; Cameron Hackett (Red Hook) 49-47-96; Josh Wimer (James I. O’Neill) 47-51-98; Josh Timm (Spackenkill) 52-48-100; Franco Julia-Wise (New Paltz) 49-52-101; Patrick Knopp (Rhinebeck) 50-52-102; Nolan Secreto (Wallkill) 48-54-102; Chris Kelly (Monroe-Woodbury) 45-58-103; Bradley Delmar (Spackenkill) 48-56-104; Nate McPherson (New Paltz) 50-54-104.


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