2019 Section 9 Wrestling Division I championships: Finals, semifinals, consolation finals results

Finals
99 pounds: Andrew Marchese (W) won by injury default over Colby Amell (S); 106: Zack Ryder (MV) pins Justin Morales (M) 4:30; 113: Jacob Chenier (K) d. Joe Habert (MV) 8-0; 120: Nick Picariello (MV) d. Marco Vespa (M-W) 6-2; 126: Jordan Suarez (MV) d.. Brandon DeLaRosa (NFA) 9-4; 132: Tom Maddox (WASH) d. Josh Sam (M) 11-0; 138: Sean Savacool (MV) d. Ethan Palanca (NP) 6-0; 145: Tommy Askey (PB) d. Nick Albornoz (MV) 3-1; 152: Joey McGinty (M-W) d. Nick Florin (PB) 6-0; 160: Steven Gazzillo (CORN) d. Ethan Gallo (MV) 8-3; 170: Matt Bucci (S) d. Pasquale Satriano (VC) 8-6; 182: Tyler Serafini (NFA) pin Luke Wojehowski (Cornwall) 3:38; 195: Sam Santander (M-W) pin Hayden Barley (K) 1:01; 220: Will Leonard (Cornwall) d. Maxx DeCapua (NFA) 5-0; 285: Adam Fenner (MV) d. Preston Havison (M-W) 4-3

Semifinals
99 pounds: Colby Amell (S) tech. fall Nicolo Ricciuto (VC) 18-2; Andrew Marchese (WASH) d. Jackson Merli (NFA) 9-1

106: Zack Ryder (MV) pin Dylan Winters (M-W) 1:16; Justin Morales (M) d. Jaden Hansen (NFA) 12-5

113: Jacob Chenier (K) d. Santos Ocasio (M-W) 5-0; Joe Habert (MV) d. Drew Greco (WAR) 12-6.

120: Marco Vespa (M-W) pin Chris Zappolo (WASH) :30;  Nick Picariello (MV) pin Moises Diaz (M) 5:30

126: Jordan Suarez (MV) pin Ryan Burgos (M-W) 5:25; Brandon DeLaRosa (NFA) d. Kevin Urena (PB) 5-0.

132: Tom Maddox (WASH) d. Aidan Cuppett (NP) 7-5; Josh Sam (M) d. Matt Romano (VC) 3-1

138: Sean Savacool (MV) pin Logan Schmalfuhs (WAR) 1:31; Ethan Palanca (NP) d. Jimmy Heinlein (S) 7-2

145: Nick Albornoz (MV) pin Levi Wyns (New Paltz) 2:38; Tommy Askey (Pine Bush) pin Rob Giumarra (Cornwall) 3:34

152: Joey McGinty (M-W) pin Logan Michael (NP) :59; Dan Heffner (CORN) d. Nick Florin (PB) 10-1.

160: Steve Gazzillo (CORN) pin Destin Morano (M) 1:59; Ethan Gallo (MV) d. Joe Velazquez (M) 3-2.

170: Matt Bucci (S) d. Justin Lyle (WALL) :26; Will Noteboom (WAR) pin Pasquale Satriano (VC) 5:51

182: Tyler Serafini (NFA) d. Joseph Russell (NFA) 15-5; Luke Wojehowski (CORN) d. Elijah Babb (Middletown) 12-10.

195: Sam Santander (M-W) pin Tyler Castro (MV) :38; Hayden Barley (K) d. Carson Henry (MV) 1-0

220: Will Leonard (Cornwall) pin Devin Dixon (NP) 2:50; Maxx DeCapua (Newburgh Free Academy) d. David Strauss (Monroe-Woodbury) 9-7.

285: Adam Fenner (MV) d. Caleb Williams (NFA) 3-0; Preston Havison (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Bryce Moore (Valley Central) 5-2.

Third-place consolations
99 pounds: Merli (NFA) d. Nicolo Ricciuto (Valley Central) 8-7; 106: Hansen (NFA) d. Winters (M-W) 7-6; 113: Andrew Filip (MV) d. Ocasio (M-W) 4:24; 120: Sofia Macaluso (MV) d. Diaz (M) 1:35: 126: Urena (PB) d. Gavin Richter (K) 13-0; 132: Romano (VC) d. Brian Lombardi (MV) 10-1; 138: Heinlein (S) d. Jeremy Jenkins (M) 1:16; 145: R. Giumarra (CORN) d. Evan Gibbons (WAR) 12-2; 152: Max Wernicki (M-W) d. Chris Fini (G) 3-0; 160: Velazquez (M) d. Lukas Pennell (PB) 11-3; 170: Steven Felice (M-W) d. Lyle (WALL) 11-8; 182: Babb (M) d. Russell (NFA) 5-4; 195: Darwin Banegas (NFA) d. Shane Hoffman (VC) 3-0; 220: Strauss (M-W) d. Dixon (NP) 8-3; 285: Moore (VC) d. Williams (NFA) 3-1

Fifth-place consolations
99 pounds: Alex Greco (WAR) d. Richie Toledo (M-W) 10-5; 106: Tyler Reed (CORN) d. Robert Drost (S) 7-0; 113: D. Greco (WAR) won by forfeit over Elliot Crocco (NP); 120: Zappolo (W) pin Jack Kohrs (M-W) 3:50; 126: Travis Phillips (VC) won by forfeit over Burgos (M-W); 132: Cuppett (NP) d. Luke Fischer (NFA) 4-2; 138: Rob Estevez (M-W) won by injury default over Schmalfus (W); 145: Myles Gordon (K) d. Wyns (NP) 10-7; 152: Heffner (CORN) d. Michael (NP) 12-1; 160: Conner Leggett (NFA) pin Morano (M) 2:37; 170: Chris McLaughlin (MV) d. Noteboom (WAR) 7-5; 182: Scott Geysen (MV) d. Zavier Bennet (K) 9-0; 195: Henry (MV) d. Castro (MV) 3-1; 220: Armel Duke (M) pin Stephon Holmes (K) 2:06; 285: Monchery (M) d. Kenny Fanning (WASH) 6-3.

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2019 Section 9 Division I wrestling championships: First day results

Monroe-Woodbury senior 120-pounder Marco Vespa and Cornwall senior 220-pounder Will Leonard continued their undefeated seasons as all 15 top seeds advanced to the Section 9 Division I semifinals Friday at Monroe-Woodbury High School in Central Valley.

Vespa improved to 38-0 with pins in 14 and 51 seconds. Leonard pinned Jimmy Bucci of Saugerties in 16 seconds in the quarterfinals to improve to 36-0.

Defending champion Minisink Valley advanced 10 wrestlers to the semifinals including top seeds Zack Ryder (106), Jordan Suarez (126), Sean Savacool (138), Nick Albornoz (145) and Adam Fenner (285).

Semifinalists breakdown – Minisink Valley (10), Monroe-Woodbury (8), Newburgh Free Academy (7), Middletown (6), Cornwall (5), New Paltz (5), Valley Central (4), Pine Bush (3), Saugerties (3), Warwick (3), Washingtonville (3), Kingston (2), Wallkill (1).

SECTION 9 DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIPS

(at Monroe-Woodbury HS, Central Valley)

Quarterfinals
99 pounds: Colby Amell (Saugerties) pin Kevin O’Rourke (Cornwall) 3:24; Nicolo Ricciuto (Valley Central) d. Richie Toledo (Monroe-Woodbury) 7-3; Jackson Merli (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Alex Greco (Warwick) 5-0; Andrew Marchese (Washingtonville) tech fall Rey Ortiz (Pine Bush) 15-0.

106: Zack Ryder (Minisink Valley) pin Marco Martini (Wallkill) :31; Dylan Winters (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Tyler Reed (Cornwall) 3:57; Jaden Hansen (Newburgh Free Academy) pin Erik Nilson (Warwick) 5:35; Justin Morales (Middletown) pin Robert Drost (Saugerties) :41.

113: Jacob Chenier (Kingston) d. Gabe Giumarra (Cornwall) 5-0; Santos Ocasio (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Andrew Filip (Minisink Valley) :52; Joe Habert (Minisink Valley) pin Austin Maddox (Washingtonville) :45; Drew Greco (Warwick) d. Elliot Crocco (New Paltz) 14-4.

120: Marco Vespa (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Jacob Poppe (Washingtonville) :14; Chris Zappolo (Washingtonville) d. Jack Kohrs (Monroe-Woodbury) 6-1; Moises Diaz (Middletown) pin Joseph Ferro (Kingston) 5:42; Nick Picariello (Minisink Valley) pin Sofia Macaluso (Minisink Valley) 3:27.

126: Jordan Suarez (Minisink Valley) pin Eli Weinstein (Goshen) 1:50; Ryan Burgos (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Travis Phillips (Valley Central) :46; Kevin Urena (Pine Bush) pin Julian Rodiriguez (Middletown) 1:05; Brandon DeLaRosa (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Gavin Richter (Kingston) 14-0.

132: Tom Maddox (Washingtonville) d. Miguel Mora-Tejada (Pine Bush) 13-2; Aidan Cuppett (New Paltz) pin Luke Fischer (Newburgh Free Academy) 3:02; Josh Sam (Middletown) d. Brian Lombardi (Minisink Valley) 4-3; Matt Romano (Valley Central) pin Jerome Futia (Wallkill) 4:38.

138: Sean Savacool (Minisink Valley) pin Colin Aleci (Cornwall) :55; Logan Schmalfuhs (Warwick) d. Rob Estevez (Monroe-Woodbury) 7-4; Jimmy Heinlein (Saugerties) pin Jeremy Jenkins (Middletown) :36; Ethan Palanca (New Paltz) d. Alex Burns (Cornwall) 9-3.

145: Nick Albornoz (Minisink Valley) pin Anthony Manzi (Newburgh Free Academy) 1:34; Levi Wyns (New Paltz) pin Myles Gordon (Kingston) 4:39; Rob Giumarra (Cornwall) d. Jacob Lyle (Wallkill) 9-7; Tommy Askey (Pine Bush) pin Evan Gibbons (Warwick) 3:23.

152: Joey McGinty (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Chris Fini (Goshen) 5:25; Logan Michael (New Paltz) d. Vincent Gennaro (Washingtonville) 6-3; Dan Heffner (Cornwall) d. Kraig Thomas (Wallkill) 4-0; Nick Florin (Pine Bush) pin Max Wernicki (Monroe-Woodbury) 5:39.

160: Steve Gazzillo (Cornwall) pin Aidan Hathaway (Wallkill) 3:54; Destin Morano (Middletown) d. Conner Leggett (Newburgh Free Academy) 6-5; Ethan Gallo (Minisink Valley) d. Elijah Price (Goshen) 12-2; Joe Velazquez (Middletown) pin Lukas Pennell (Pine Bush) 2:47.

170: Matt Bucci (Saugerties) pin Steven Felice (Monroe-Woodbury) 2:59; Justin Lyle (Wallkill) pin Gabe Gutierrez (Pine Bush) 2:33; Will Noteboom (Warwick) d. Nick Patterson (Newburgh Free Academy) 3-2; Pasquale Satriano (Valley Central) d. Chris McLaughlin (Minisink Valley) 4-2.

182: Tyler Serafini (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Brian Giacchi (Middletown) 1:25; Joseph Russell (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Scott Geysen (Minisink Valley) 8-5; Elijah Babb (Middletown) d. Mike Paravati (Monroe-Woodbury) 9-5; Luke Wojehowski (Cornwall) pin Zavier Bennet (Kingston) 3:29.

195: Sam Santander (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Shane Hoffman (Valley Central) :49; Tyler Castro (Minisink Valley) d. Colin Cassidy (Cornwall) 2-1; Hayden Barley (Kingston) d. Darwin Banegas (Newburgh Free Academy) 10-4; Carson Henry (Minisink Valley) d. Josh Keller (Cornwall) 6-4.

220: Will Leonard (Cornwall) pin Jimmy Bucci (Saugerties) :16; Devin Dixon (New Paltz) d. Armel Duke (Middletown) 10-9; David Strauss (Monroe-Woodbury) won by injury default over Mark Crisfield (Valley Central); Maxx DeCapua (Newburgh Free Academy) pin Stephon Holmes (Kingston) :33.

285: Adam Fenner (Minisink Valley) pin Logan Hickey (Warwick) :27; Caleb Williams (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Stephan Monchery (Middletown) 3-1; Bryce Moore (Valley Central) pin Kenny Fanning (Washingtonville) 1:45; Preston Havison (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Evan Jansen (New Paltz) :42.

Round of 16

99 pounds: Rourke (Cornwall) d. Luke Greiner (Minisink Valley) 3-1; N. Ricciuto (Valley Central) d. Kevin Segali (Newburgh Free Academy) 18-6; Toledo (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Liam Kelly (Valley Central) 12-7; Merli (Newburgh Free Academy) pin Oliver Spearman (Wallkill) 1:50; A. Greco (Warwick) won by forfeit over Brandon Culpepper (Pine Bush); Ortiz (Pine Bush) d. Jordan Brown (Monroe-Woodbury) 13-10.

106: Martini (Wallkill) d. Jackson Brady (Goshen) 8-4; Reed (Cornwall) pin Declan McCurdy (Warwick) 3:01; Nilson (Warwick) pin Logan Serafan (Washingtonville) 3:41; Drost (Saugerties) pin Lucas Pipitone (Saugerties) 3:24.

113: G. Giumarra (Cornwall) d. Kenny Santiago (Middletown) 11-3; Ocasio (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Devin Greer (Pine Bush) 2:22; Filip (Minisink Valley) pin Ivan Colon (Middletown) 3:27; A. Maddox (Washingtonville) d. Khristian Chauncey (Saugerties) 12-6; D. Greco (Warwick) d. Matt Davis (Wallkill) 14-0.

120: Vespa (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Tyler Joy (Pine Bush) :51; Poppe (Washingtonville) d. Dylan Tierney (Goshen) 7-3; Kohrs (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Ryan Gonzalez (Warwick) 11-1; Zappolo (Washingtonville) pin Luke Posta (Warwick) 2:38; Ferro (Kingston) pin Angel Lemus (Saugerties) 3:11; Diaz (Middletown) d. Francisco Santiago (Middletown) 9-8; Macaluso (Minisink Valley) pin Derek Ellison (Wallkill) 5:06; Picariello (Minisink Valley) pin Ayden Maldanado (Pine Bush) :28.

126: Weinstein (Goshen) d. Noah Warneke (Kingston) 8-6; Burgos (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Devin Trowell (Washingtonville) :58; Phillips (Valley Central) tech fall Martin Astigarraga (Cornwall) 15-0; Urena (Pine Bush) pin Ryan Raby (Cornwall) 1:07; Rodriguez (Middletown) pin Dom Gennaro (Washingtonville) 2:26; Richter (Kingston) pin Nick Massaro (New Paltz) 5:13; DeLaRosa (Newburgh Free Academy) pin Brendan Bergen (Saugerties) :31.

132: Mora-Tejada (Pine Bush) d. Jordan Pinskey (Warwick) 5-3; Fischer (Newburgh Free Academy) pin Devin Zeininger (Monticello) :35; Cuppett (New Paltz) pin William Pushman (Wallkill) 1:38; Sam (Middletown) d. Liam Eberlein (Warwick) 8-4; Lombardi (Minisink Valley) pin Jack Baumkirschner (Washingtonville) 47; Futia (Wallkill) won by injury default over Jonathan Alejo (Goshen).

138: Savacool (Minisink Valley) pin Caden DeMarco (Washingtonville) 1:02; Aleci (Cornwall) d. Manuel Lara (Goshen) 6-2; Schmalfuhs (Warwick) pin Steven Armendariz (Newburgh Free Academy) :56; Estevez (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Crew Belnap (Saugerties) 14-4; Heinlein (Saugerties) tech fall G. Ricciuto (Valley Central) 20-5; Jenkins (Middletown) pin Christian Francisco (Kingston) 1:33; Burns (Cornwall) pin Makeil Scott (Kingston) 2:48; Palanca (New Paltz) pin Matt Rocke (Washingtonville) 1:26.

145: Albornoz (Minisink Valley) pin Aubrey Galvin (Valley Central) :38; Manzi (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Steven Gage (Pine Bush) 7-4; Wyns (New Paltz) d. Kenneth Straker (Kingston) 4-1; Gordon (Kingston) d. Max Winkler (Goshen) 12-5; R. Giumarra (Cornwall) pin Jason Harding (New Paltz) :43; Lyle (Wallkill) pin Zach Rosenthal (Monroe-Woodbury) :59; Gibbons (Warwick) d. Justin Orlando (Warwick) 5-3; Askey (Pine Bush) pin Jacobus Hockx (Saugerties) :29.

152: McGinty (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Chris Posta (Warwick) :53; Fini (Goshen) d. Sean Costello (Saugerties) 6-2; Michael (New Paltz) pin Nathaniel Varguhese (Monticello) 1:33; Gennaro (Washingtonville) pin Franzlee Mejarito (Newburgh Free Academy) 1:29; Heffner (Cornwall) pin Luke Horton (Pine Bush) :54; Thomas (Wallkill) pin Elijah Timbrouck (Kingston) 5:58; Wernicki (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Jeremy Mazzella (Warwick) 3-2; Florin (Pine Bush) pin Trevor Seamen (Wallkill) 1:09.

160: Hathaway (Wallkill) pin Ionnis Karystinakis (Goshen) 4:59; Leggett (Newburgh Free Acadmey) pin Matt Thomas (New Paltz) 1:02; Morano (Middletown) pin Brandon Tietje (New Paltz) 2:15; Gallo (Minisink Valley) pin Addison Larose (Valley Central) :58; Price (Goshen) pin Doug Doherty (Monticello) 1:59; Pennell (Pine Bush) pin Danny Ball (Saugerties) 1:04.

170: Felice (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Pablo Garcia (Middletown) 5-4; Gutierrez (Pine Bush) pin John Roosa (Washingtonville) 2:25; Lyle (Wallkill) oin Kerrigan Connors (Goshen) 1:59; Patterson (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Eric Thomas (New Paltz) 11-2; McLaughlin (Minisink Valley) pin Steven Kollbeck (Kingston) 2:32.

182: Serafini (Newburgh Free Academy) pin Kristjan Culaj (Washingtonville) :35; Giacchi (Middletown) d. Mike Cassidy (Cornwall) 7-5; Geysen (Minisink Valley) pin A.J. Levato (Pine Bush) :54; Russell (Newburgh Free Academy) pin Devon Dickson (Saugerties) 2:25; Babb (Middletown) pin Frank Fitzpatrick (Saugerties) 1:11; Paravati (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Gage Young (New Paltz) :42; Bennet (Kingston) pin Tyler Jaffee (Wallkill) 5:26; Wojehowski (Cornwall) pin Chris Betcher (Wallkill) :48.

195: Hoffman (Valley Central) pin Davif Burgoa (Newburgh Free Academy) 1:29; Banegas (Newburgh Free Academy) pin Tyrell Augustus (Wallkill) 1:57; Keller (Cornwall) pin Liam Lenihan (Pine Bush) 5:03.

220: J. Bucci (Saugerties) pin Jorge Cruz (Pine Bush) 5:38; Holmes (Kingston) pin Christian Castellanos (Warwick) 3:44.

285: Hickey (Warwick) d. Bruce French (Middletown) 7-3; Monchery (Middletown) pin Fredy Garcia (Washingtonville) 2:17; Fanning (Washingtonville) pin Romandis Halsey (Kingston) 1:48; Jansen (New Paltz) pin Jackson Fakler (Wallkill) 4:43.

Round of 32
120: Joy (Pine Bush) d. Griffin Tietje (New Paltz) 9-4; L. Posta (Warwick) pin Anthony Concklin (Valley Central) 3:24; Lemus (Saugerties) d. Anthony Mitchell (Goshen) 12-2; Maldonado (Pine Bush) pin Nelson Redzeposki (Monticello) 1:56.

138: DeMarco (Washingtonville) won by forfeit over James Hubbard (Wallkill).

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2019 Section 9 Division II wrestling seeding

Highland senior Matt Malheiro, Rondout Valley sophomore Nikko Walsh and Onteora sophomore Nick Ross seeks their third straight Section 9 Division II titles Sunday at SUNY Ulster in Stone Ridge.

Section 9 Division II championship seeding
(Sunday at SUNY Ulster, Stone Ridge)
99 pounds: 1. Trevor Tufano (Port Jervis, Fr., 20-12); 2. Brandon McKay (Red Hook, Fr., 15-9); 3. Rian Kirker (Red Hook, Eighth-grader, 15-10); 4. Jared Pincus (Chester, Fr., 10-16); 5. Quentin Herzog (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Fr., 4-11).

106: 1. Peter Bender (Highland, Soph., 25-12); 2. Lucas Ospina (Rondout Valley, Fr., 16-11); 3. Rocco Deaveiro (Rondout Valley, Fr., 14-7); 4. Ben Finch (Red Hook, Fr., 15-11); 5. Summer Conetta (Chester, Jr., 9-14); 6. David Ringleben (Red Hook, Jr., 4-11).

113: 1. Matt Morris (Red Hook, Jr., 32-6); 2. Nikko Walsh (Rondout Valley, Soph., 31-6); 3. Chris Gatto (Highland, Fr., 19-13); 4. Landen Frey (Rondout Valley, Fr., 14-10); 5. Patrick Adams (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Eighth-grader, 9-18); 6. Christian Dissesa Leon (Ellenville, Eighth-grader, 3-8); 7. Wyatt Konjas (Onteora, Fr., 8-21); 8. Matt Csernai (Chester, Soph., 4-12).

120: 1. Liam Bullock (Chester, Sr., 23-3); 2. John Antonelli (Marlboro, Jr., 31-6); 3. Joey Curreri (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Soph., 25-12); 4. Joe Artesen (Highland, Sr., 13-22); 5. Robert Harrison (Port Jervis, Sr., 10-13); 6. Shawn Keeffe (Highland, Fr., 6-10); 7. Destiny Walsh (Rondout Valley, Fr., 5-19).

126: 1. Eric Tigue (Port Jervis, Fr., 29-4); 2. Alex Lopez (Red Hook, Jr., 18-11); 3. Timmy Pereira (Rondout Valley, Sr., 21-11); 4. Justin Vandendooran (Onteora, Soph., 11-5); 5. Logan Zehr (Highland, Fr., 16-16); 6. Anakin Luna (Highland, Jr., 11-8); 7. Caleb Harrison (Port Jervis, Sr., 10-13); 8. Josh Schmoyer (Chester, Soph., 7-16); 9. Tim Dirie (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Fr., 11-15); 10. Charles Amoroso (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Jr., 4-19).

132: 1. Matt Malheiro (Highland, Sr., 33-8); 2. Pat Ross (Onteora, Soph., 32-5); 3. Joey Amato (Port Jervis, Jr., 18-7); 4. Hunter Eberhard (Red Hook, Fr., 11-7); 5. Zev Ben Dor (Onteora, Fr., 3-10); 6. Arturo Dominguez (Tuxedo, Fr., 3-9); 7. Mark Bruckenstein (Chester, Jr., 10-19); 8. Walter Evans (Ellenville, Fr., 10-11); 9. Jimmy Kiss (Highland, Jr., 9-16).

138: 1. Nick Ross (Onteora, Soph., 40-3); 2. Gavin Staerker (Port Jervis, Sr., 22-8); 3. Ceasar Luna (Highland, Sr., 30-9); 4. Dan Klotz (Port Jervis, Soph., 8-2); 5. Avery Burns (Onteora, Fr., 8-3); 6. James Melitski (Red Hook, Soph., 14-18); 7. Liam O’Conner (Red Hook, Soph., 9-16); 8. Issac Cain (Rondout Valley, Jr., 6-19); 9. Theo Demond (Tuxedo, Soph., 1-6); 10. Dylan Williams (Chester, Jr., 7-11); 11. Mark Amoroso (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Soph., 10-16)

145: 1. Nick Curreri (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Sr., 30-8); 2. Justin Halbert (Highland, Sr., 23-17); 3. Tyler Benincasa (Red Hook, Jr., 23-15); 4. Sam Buono (Onteora, Soph., 11-22); 5. Logan Zappolo (Port Jervis, Soph., 8-10).

152: 1. Nate Ross (Onteora, Jr., 35-4); 2. Owen Allison (Onteora, Soph., 17-12); 3. Logan Smith (Highland, Fr., 18-15); 4. Erik Quick (Port Jervis, Jr., 13-13); 5. Kwalin Gonzalez (Chester, Sr., 9-12); 6. John Kennick (Chester, Jr., 8-15); 7. Wayne Kratz (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Fr., 4-13).

160: 1. James Shaw (Burke Catholic, Sr., 21-8); 2. Bryce Horner (Port Jervis, Jr., 17-13); 3. George Reid (Onteora, Jr., 12-9); 4. Henry Peters (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Jr., 16-15); 5. Nick Tsironis (Red Hook, Jr., 14-11); 6. Steven Bradford (Chester, Sr., 14-11); 7. Shawn St. Germain (Port Jervis, Soph., 4-6); 8. Bryan Sahad (Chester, Jr., 5-6); 9. Ethan Conner (Ellenville, Soph., 1-7); 10. Edwin Price (Ellenville, Soph., 2-15); 11. Jack Brammer (Soph., 12-14).

170: 1. Cesar Santiago (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Sr., 19-8); 2. Adain Maduro (Highland, Soph., 20-19); 3. Brendan Douthit (Burke Catholic, Jr., 13-10); 4. Andrew Shaw (Burke Catholic, Fr., 11-14); 5. Teddy Szymanski (Chester, Fr., 5-4); 6. Evan Hamilton (Ellenville, Fr., 1-18); 7. Maverick Sanchez (Red Hook, Soph., 11-17); 8. Sam Waterman (Rondout Valley, Jr., 4-12).

182: 1. Drew Bendy (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Sr., 17-9); 2. Cole Greco (Chester, Soph., 11-10); 3. Joe Reed (Port Jervis, Sr., 15-12); 4. Adam Albright (Highland, Jr., 9-13); 5. Marshall Thomas (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Soph., 1-13); 6. Robert Jansen (Rondout Valley, Fr., 9-21); 7. Matt Martinelli (Burke Catholic, Soph., 4-9).

195: 1. James Deaverio (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Sr., 23-2); 2. Ben Swart (Highland, Jr., 18-12); 3. Dylan Bullock (Chester, Jr. 13-12); 4. Kendrick Ferrara (Port Jervis, Jr., 5-9); 5. Vincent Faison (Chester, Sr., 4-8).

220: 1. James Oosterom (Port Jervis, Jr., 18-1); 2. John Perez (Highland, Jr., 22-9); 3. Thomas Marvin (Red Hook, Sr., 16-11); 4. Andrew Scamihorn (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, Fr., 7-7); 5. Chris Clark (Red Hook, Jr., 8-8); 6. Ricky Mendoza (Port Jervis, Jr., 2-4); 7. Alex Bollin (Rondout Valley, Fr., 6-20).

285: 1. Devin McGovern (Chester, Jr., 21-7); 2. Jason Lonstein (Ellenville, Sr., 10-6); 3. Shamar Gittens (Highland, Jr., 20-19); 4. Jacob Southard (Port Jervis, Jr., 10-5); 5. Kane Losurdo (Red Hook, Jr., 11-17); 6. Francesco Isola (Burke Catholic, Soph., 9-13); 7. Caleb Milk (Eldred-Liberty-Sullivan West, 7-8); 8. Will Freer (Ellenville, Soph., 2-14)

 

 

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2019 Section 9 Wrestling Division I seeding

Monroe-Woodbury senior 120-pounder Marco Vespa and Cornwall senior 220-pounder Will Leonard earned top seeds at the Section 9 Division I championships, beginning Friday afternoon at Monroe-Woodbury High School in Central Valley.

Vespa (36-0) and Leonard (35-0) enter the tournament undefeated.

Monroe-Woodbury senior Sam Santander is the top seed and returning champion at 195 pounds.

Newburgh Free Academy senior Tyler Serafini, a 2018 152-pound champion, is the No. 1 seed at 182.

Section 9 Division I championships
(Friday-Saturday at Monroe-Woodbury HS)
99 pounds: 1. Colby Amell (Saugerties, Sr., 30-3); 2. Andrew Marchese (Washingtonville, 24-4); 3. Jackson Merli (Newburgh Free Academy, Fr., 43-3); 4. Richie Toledo (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., 19-9); 5. Nicolo Ricciuto (Valley Central, Soph., 30-9); 6. Alex Greco (Warwick, Eighth grader, 23-10); 7. Rey Ortiz (Pine Bush, Eighth-grader, 15-12); 8. Kevin Rourke (Cornwall, Eighth-grader, 21-9); 9. Luke Greiner (Minisink Valley, Seventh-grader) 12-11; 10. Jordan Brown (Monroe-Woodbury, Eighth-grader, 21-8); 11. Brandon Culpepper (Pine Bush, Soph., 9-13); 12. Kevin Segali (Newburgh Free Academy, Eighth-grader, 11-19); 13. Liam Kelly (Valley Central, Eighth-grader, 13-15); 14. Oliver Spearman (Wallkill, Fr., 11-18).

106: 1. Zack Ryder (Minisink Valley, Seventh-grader, 37-3); 2. Justin Morales (Middletown, Jr., 27-7); 3. Jaden Hansen (Newburgh Free Academy, Soph,, 31-11); 4. Dylan Winters (Monroe-Woodbury, Eighth-grader, 26-11); 5. Tyler Reed (Cornwall, Eighth-grader, 11-6); 6. Erik Nilson (Warwick, Fr., 20-6); 7. Robert Drost (Saugerties, Soph., 19-16); 8. Jackson Brady (Goshen, Eighth-grader, 10-8); 9. Marco Martini (Wallkill, Eighth-grader, 9-7); 10. Lucas Pipitone (Saugerties, Fr., 9-9) 11. Logan Serafin (Washingtonville, Eighth-grader, 5-12); 12. Declan McCurdy (Warwick, Eighth-grader, 1-2).

113: 1. Jacob Chenier (Kingston, Jr., 37-3); 2. Elliot Crocco (New Paltz, Jr., 20-8); 3. Joe Habert (Minisink Valley, Sr., 27-8); 4. Andrew Filip (Minisink Valley, Eighth-grader, 7-2); 5. Santos Ocasio (Monroe-Woodbury, Jr., 13-7); 6. Austin Maddox (Washingtonville, Soph., 24-8); 7. Drew Greco (Warwick, Soph., 25-8); 8. Kenny Santiago (Middletown, Soph., 10-5) 9. Gabe Giumarra (Cornwall, Soph., 20-12); 10. Matt Davis (Wallkill, Soph., 23-6); 11. Khristian Chauncey (Saugerties, Sr., 19-16); 12. Devin Greer (Pine Bush, Fr., 18-16); 13. Ivan Colon (Middletown, Jr., 5-8).

120: 1. Marco Vespa (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., 36-0); 2. Nick Picariello (Minisink Valley, Jr., 33-5); 3. Joseph Ferro (Kingston, Jr., 18-8); 4. Chris Zappolo (Washingtonville, Sr., 27-9); 5. Jack Kohrs (Monroe-Woodbury, Soph., 19-15); 6. Moises Diaz (Middletown, Jr., 24-10); 7. Sofia Macaluso (Minisink Valley, Fr., 5-2); 8. Jacob Poppe (Washingtonville, Soph., 23-12); 9. Dylan Tierney (Goshen, Sr., 16-7); 10. Derek Ellison (Wallkill, Sr., 25-13); 11. Francisco Santiago (Middletown, Sr., 13-7); 12. Ryan Gonzalez (Warwick, Fr., 2-2); 13. Luke Posta (Warwick, Fr., 3-15); 14. Anthony Mitchell (Goshen, Fr., 7-9); 15. Nelson Redzeposki (Monticello, Fr., 1-10); 16. Griffine Tietje (New Paltz, Soph., 0-15); 17. Tyler Joy (Pine Bush, Jr., 10-21); 18. Ayden Maldonado (Pine Bush, Soph, 3-2); 19. Angel Lemus (Saugerties, Fr., 3-8); Anthony Concklin (Valley Central, Soph., 12-18).

126: 1. Jordan Suarez (Minisink Valley, Jr., 31-4); 2. Brandon De La Rosa (Newburgh Free Academy, Sr., 32-8); 3. Kevin Urena (Pine Bush, Sr., 16-8); 4. Travis Phillips (Valley Central, Jr., 23-9); 5. Ryan Burgos (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., 9-4); 6. Julian Rodriguez (Middletown, Soph., 23-10: 7. Gavin Richter (Kingston, Soph., 14-13); 8. Eli Weinstein (Goshen, Jr., 11-3); 9. Noah Warneke (Kingston, Jr., 12-13); 10. Gage Belnap (Saugerties, Jr., 7-6) 11. Nick Massaro (New Paltz, Sr., 7-6); 12. Dominic Gennaro (Washingtonville, Fr., 2-7); 13. Devin Trowell (Washingtonville, Fr., 3-7); 14. Martin Astigarraga (Cornwall, Jr., 8-19); 15. Ryan Raby (Cornwall, Soph., 5-7); 16. Brendan Bergen (Saugerties, Jr.., 4-3).

132: 1. Tom Maddox (Washingtonville, Sr., 19-4); 2. Matt Romano (Valley Central, Jr., 27-5); 3. Josh Sam (Middletown, Jr., 29-11); 4. Aidan Cuppett (New Paltz, Jr., 26-7); 5. Luke Fischer (Newburgh Free Academy, Jr., 40-6); 6. Brian Lombardi (Minisink Valley, Soph., 20-12); 7. Jerome Futia (Wallkill, Jr., 21-13); 8. Miguel Mora-Tejada (Pine Bush, Sr., 12-12); 9. Jordan Pinskey (Warwick, Jr., 11-8); 10. Jonathan Alejo (Goshen, Sr., 12-6); 11. Jack Baumkirchner (Washingtonville, Soph., 5-8); 12. Devin Zeininger (Monticello, Soph., 2-17); 13. William Pushman (Wallkill, Fr., 3-14); 14. Liam Eberlein (Warwick, Soph., 9-10)

138: 1. Sean Savacool (Minisink Valley, Jr., 34-4); 2. Ethan Palanca (New Paltz, Soph, 25-6); 3. Jimmy Heinlein (Saugerties, Sr., 28-18); 4. Rob Estevez (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., 25-12); 5. Logan Schmalfuhs (Warwick, Sr., 13-10); 6. Jeremy Jenkins (Middletown, Sr., 19-14; 7. Alex Burns (Cornwall, Sr., 20-12); 8. Colin Aleci (Cornwall, Jr., 9-18) 9. Manuel Lara (Goshen, Fr., 8-11); 10. Makeil Scott (Kingston, Soph., 14-15); 11. Christian Francisco (Kingston, Jr., 13-14); 12. Steven Armendariz (Newburgh Free Academy, Jr., 5-17); 13. Crew Belnap (Saugerties, Eighth-grader, 8-14); 14. Gerard Ricciuto (Valley Central, Sr., 12-17); 15. Matt Rocke (Washingtonville, Soph., 4-16); 16. James Hubbard (Wallkill, Soph., 12-16); 17. Caden DeMarco (Washingtonville, Soph., 5-21).

145: 1. Nick Albornoz (Minisink Valley, Sr., 33-5); 2. Tommy Askey (Pine Bush, Jr., 34-4); 3. Rob Giumarra (Cornwall, Sr., 21-13); 4. Myles Gordon (Kingston, Fr., 11-7); 5. Levi Wyns (New Paltz, Jr., 20-10); 6. Jacob Lyle (Wallkill, Sr., 29-13); 7. Evan Gibbons (Warwick, Jr., 21-12); 8. Anthony Manzi (Newburgh Free Academy. Fr., 18-26); 9. Steven Gage (Pine Bush, Jr., 12-9); 10. Justin Orlando (Warwick, Jr., 7-6); 11. Zach Rosenthal (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., 9-5); 12. Kenneth Straker (Kingston, Soph., 9-10); 13. Max Winkler (Goshen, Fr., 9-10); 14. Jason Harding (New Paltz, Jr., 6-6); 15. Jacobus Hockx (Saugerties, Soph., 7-19); 16. Aubrey Galvin (Valley Central, Sr., 7-22).

152: 1. Joe McGinty (Monroe-Woodbury, Jr., 35-2; 2. Nick Florin (Pine Bush, Sr., 31-4); 3. Dan Heffner (Cornwall, Sr., 29-9); 4. Vincent Gennaro (Washingtonville, Jr., 19-8); 5. Logan Michael (New Paltz, Jr., 23-9); 6. Kraig Thomas (Wallkill, Sr., 25-8); 7. Jeremy Mazzella (Warwick, Jr., 21-11); 8. Sean Costello (Saugerties, Sr., 24-12); 9. Chris Fini (Goshen, Jr., 12-8); 10. Max Wernicki (Monroe-Woodbury, Jr., 10-6); 11. Elijah Timbrouck (Kingston, Soph., 9-19); 12. Nathaniel Varguhese (Monticello, Fr., 2-17); 13. Franzlee Mejarito (Newburgh Free Academy, Soph., 7-11); 14. Luke Horton (Pine Bush, Jr., 1-1); 15. Trevor Seamen (Wallkill, Soph., 6-8); 16. Chris Posta (Warwick, Jr., 6-10).

160: 1. Steve Gazzillo (Cornwall, Sr., 27-5); 2. Joe Velazquez (Middletown, Jr., 31-7); 3. Ethan Gallo (Minisink Valley, Eighth-grader, 30-8); 4. Destin Morano (Middletown, Sr., 20-16); 5. Conner Leggett (Newburgh Free Academy, Sr., 31-9); 6. Doug Doherty (Monticello, Jr., 25-4); 7. Lukas Pennell (Pine Bush, Sr., 19-14); 8. Alden Hathaway (Wallkill, Jr., 29-8); 9. Ionnis Karystinakis (Goshen, Jr., 12-6); 10. Danny Ball (Saugerties, Sr., 22-14); 11. Elijah Price (Goshen, Jr., 10-5); 12. Matt Thomas (New Paltz, Jr., 4-7); 13. Brandon Tietje (New Paltz, Sr., 4-10); 14. Addison Larose (Valley Central, Soph., 5-15).

170: 1. Matt Bucci (Saugerties, Sr., 36-4); 2. Pat Satriano (Valley Central, Sr., 31-7); 3. Will Noteboom (Warwick, Sr., 24-10); 4. Justin Lyle (Wallkill, Soph., 31-7); 5. Gabe Gutierrez (Pine Bush, Fr., 3-4); 6. Nick Patterson (Newburgh Free Academy, Jr., 20-5); 7. Chris McLaughlin (Minisink Valley, Jr., 23-13); 8. Steve Felice (Monroe-Woodbury, Jr., 23-14); 9. Pablo Garcia (Middletown, Jr., 18-11); 10. Steven Kollbeck (Kingston, Jr. 10-13); 11. Eric Thomas (New Paltz, Jr., 11-11); 12. John Roosa (Washingtonville, Jr., 3-20); 13. Kerrigan Connors (Goshen, Sr., 6-10).

182: 1. Tyler Serafini (Newburgh Free Academy, Sr., 44-4); 2. Luke Wojehowski (Cornwall, Sr., 26-9); 3. Elijah Babb (Middletown, Sr., 30-7); 4. Joseph Russell (Newburgh Free Academy, Soph., 21-9); 5. Scotty Geysen (Minisink Valley, Soph., 24-11); 6. Mike Paravati (Monroe-Woodbury, Jr., 20-13); 7. Zavier Bennet (Kingston, Jr., 26-6); 8. Mike Cassidy (Cornwall, Sr., 19-10); 9. Brian Giacchi (Middletown, Jr., 24-11); 10. Tyler Jaffee (Wallkill, Soph., 12-11); 11. Gage Young (New Paltz, Jr., 6-17); 12. A.J. Levato (Pine Bush, Jr., 4-21); 13. Devon Dickson (Saugerties, Soph., 4-4); 14. Frank Fitzpatrick (Saugerties, Sr., 4-4); 15. Chris Betcher (Wallkill, Fr., 6-10); 16. Kristjan Culaj (Washingtonville, Fr., 4-6).

195: 1. Sam Santander (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., 26-4); 2. Carsen Henry (Minisink Valley, Soph., 21-11); 3. Hayden Barley (Kingston, Sr., 25-6); 4. Tyler Castro (Minisink Valley, Sr., 18-13); 5. Colin Cassidy (Cornwall, Sr., 17-6); 6. Darwin Banegas (Newburgh Free Academy, Jr., 21-14); 7. Josh Keller (Cornwall, Sr., 12-7); 8. Shane Hoffman (Valley Central, Sr., 16-14); 9. David Burgoa (Newburgh Free Academy, Jr., 3-6); 10. Liam Lenihan (Pine Bush, Jr., 3-9); 11. Tyrell Augustus (Wallkill, Jr., 11-15).

220: 1. Will Leonard (Cornwall, Sr., 35-0); 2. Maxx DeCapua (Newburgh Free Academy, Jr., 42-4); 3. Mark Crisfield (Valley Central, Sr., 31-8); 4. Armel Duke (Middletown, Sr., 31-6); 5. Devin Dixon (New Paltz, Sr., 15-9); 6. David Strauss (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., 25-5); 7. Stephon Holmes (Kingston, Jr., 14-13); 8. Jorge Cruz (Pine Bush, Sr., 6-11); 9. Jimmy Bucci (Saugerties, Fr., 13-20); 10. Christian Castellanos (Warwick, Jr., 12-15).

285: 1. Adam Fenner (Minisink Valley, Soph., 31-4); 2. Preston Havison (Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., 29-5); 3. Bryce Moore (Valley Central, Sr., 26-5); 4. Caleb Williams (Newburgh Free Academy, Sr., 34-9); 5. Stephon Moncherry (Middletown, Seventh-grader, 25-8); 6. Kenny Fanning (Washingtonville, 24-9); 7. Jackson Fakler (Wallkill, Jr., 17-15); 8. Logan Hickey (Warwick, Jr., 12-10); 9. Bruce French (Middletown, Jr., 11-7); 10. Evan Jansen (New Paltz, Soph., 7-13); 11. Romandis Halsey (Kingston, Jr., 5-5); 12. Fredy Garcia (Washingtonville, Soph., 4-4).

 

 

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V845 Notebook: Swimming, softball and a senior night to remember

Standout performance

Highland’s Bri Rozzi had a senior night to remember, scoring 44 points, a career high, to go along with 11 rebounds, five assists and four steals to lead her team to a 73-38 win over New Paltz.

Swimming and diving

I wrote about New Paltz swimmer Leo Kuyl here, but I also spoke to his coach, Melissa Gruver-LaPolt. Although New Paltz lost to Minisink Valley in the Boys Division 2 Swimming and Diving Championships, Gruver-LaPolt was overjoyed with her team’s performance. Here is some of what she had to say after the meet.

On how she felt about the meet:
“It was everything we had hoped for and then some, really. It was everything we knew that they were capable of doing. We just wanted to make sure that they all showed up, and they showed up. It was a great day.”

On why they had a strong performance:
“They wanted it. They really wanted it and they know that they worked hard and they know that they are a talented group of kids.”

On why she tells her team to “Hold the rope”:
“If you’re dangling 20,000 feet above the air, the person holding the rope, you hope they’re going to hold it tight and they’re not going to let you down. So I said to them, we all have a piece of rope, and I said, you make sure you all hold the rope for your team today and they did. They held the rope. When one maybe didn’t go as good, the other one picked up [the slack]. So, we held the rope.”

Canadian softball

Monroe-Woodbury softball player Samantha Ryan will play for the Junior Canadian National Team this summer. You can read my full story here, and below is an extended look at what her coach Penny Roberts had to say about Ryan.

On watching Ryan grow:
“I’ve known her and her family for a long time. I’ve watched her grow up through 10-12U through the softball ranks and the travel scene and in Little League and Little League All-Stars, so I’ve watched her grow into the pitcher that she is today. She’s really a hard working kid, so then she came into the varsity program where she was the starting varsity pitcher as a ninth grader. She’s a junior now. She had two excellent years under her belt already. Last year, section finals. Third team all state at season’s end.”

On Ryan’s poise:
“We’ve been in so many great games, one-run games, and 1-0 games, sometimes we’re on the winning end, sometimes we’re on the losing end, but one thing I think that stands out about Sam is just her ability to perform under intense pressure is just amazing. I don’t know how else to put that. She wants the ball in the most pressured situations.”

On what her selection to the Canadian team signifies:
“I think it’s just another amazing door that opens up for her journey in softball. It’s just a great learning experience, so many life lessons learned, just a broader experience than softball. She has bigger dreams, just from getting into the Olympics, now that the Olympics are back in play for 2020. She’s definitely on her path to making the regular national team.”

On reflecting on Ryan’s best game:
“No matter what game, we’ve played in so many close games throughout her career, but it didn’t change her demeanor on the mound and I think that’s kind of what makes her such a special athlete is her mental game matches her physical game, and she’s just so mentally strong and has such a strong work ethic and she is going to find a way to beat you, no matter what she’s doing: offense, defense, pitching. She’s going to figure out a way to help her team win. And she really is a team player in all facets of the word. She really is a leader. She wants to have the ball in her hands. She wants to be the one to count on under pressure, so it’s hard to pinpoint one particular game, because that attitude she really carries through every single time she’s on the mound.”

Best sports journalism this week

Kalyn Kahler for Sports Illustrated tracks how a cow becomes a football.

John Krawczynski for The Athletic on a special bond between coach and player.

John Branch for New York Times on a former NFL player who struggled with C.T.E.

Alana Semuels for The Atlantic on the racial divide in youth football.

Ken Belson for New York Times on NFL retirees’ addiction to opioids.

Best pre-Super Bowl stories:

Jourdan Rodrigue for Charlotte Observer documents Todd Gurley’s beginnings and the mindset that led him to stardom.

Terez Paylor of Yahoo Sports dives into the trend of NFL players adding Jr., II and III to their jersey nameplates.

Greg Bishop for Sports Illustrated looks back on a difficult week for the Rams, and how they dealt with it.

Alec Lewis for Columbia Missourian on Rams owner Stan Kroenke.

Natalie Weiner for SB Nation on Colin Kaepernick’s presence at the Super Bowl.

Steve Politi of NJ.com wanted to write about Rams head coach Sean McVay, so naturally, he visited a retirement home.

Best post-Super Bowl story:

Ben Baskin and Greg Bishop for Sports Illustrated on how Belichick, Brady and Kraft built an iconic dynasty.

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Local schedule for Wednesday, Feb. 6

High school
ALPINE SKIING
Monticello, Rondout Valley, Kingston, Onteora, Liberty, Fallsburg, Tri-Valley, Sullivan West, at Holiday Mountain, 4:30 p.m.
Monroe-Woodbury, Cornwall, Warwick, Goshen, O’Neill in OCIAA giant slalom, 4:30 p.m.
BOYS BASKETBALL
Sparta (N.J.) at Warwick, 5 p.m.
Millbrook at Webutuck, 5:30 p.m.
John A. Coleman Catholic at Eldred, ppd.
New Paltz at Red Hook, 5:45 p.m.
Wallkill at Goshen, 6 p.m.
Sullivan West at Tri-Valley, ppd.
Newburgh Free Academy at Burke Catholic, 6:30 p.m.
Monticello at Minisink Valley, ppd.
Chapel Field at Chester, 6:30 p.m.
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Monticello at Port Jervis, ppd.
Webutuck at Millbrook, 5:30 p.m.
ICE HOCKEY
Monroe-Woodbury vs. Clarkstown North, at Palisades Mall, 6:15 p.m.
NORDIC SKIING
Section 9 dual meet at Mohonk Mountain, ppd.
TRACK AND FIELD
Eldred, Ellenville, Fallsburg, Liberty, Monticello, Sullivan West, Tri-Valley at SUNY Sullivan, ppd.

College
MEN’S BASKETBALL
Army at Holy Cross, 7 p.m.
Mount Saint Mary at Sarah Lawrence, 6 p.m.
MEN’S VOLLEYBALL
SUNY New Paltz at Vassar, 7 p.m.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Mount Saint Mary at Sarah Lawrence, 8 p.m.

Local
HORSE RACING
Monticello, 12:25 p.m.

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Local schedule for Tuesday, Feb. 5

High school
ALPINE SKIING
Monticello, Rondout Valley, Kingston, Onteora, Liberty, Fallsburg, Tri-Valley, Sullivan West, at Belleayre Mountain, 4:30 p.m.
Monroe-Woodbury, Warwick, Cornwall, Goshen, O’Neill in OCIAA slalom (boys only), at Mount Peter, 4:30 p.m.
BOWLING
Monroe-Woodbury vs. Saugerties, and Roosevelt vs. Kingston, at Bowlers Club, Saugerties, 3 p.m.
BOYS BASKETBALL
Fallsburg at Eldred, 5 p.m.
Rondout Valley at Roosevelt, 5:30 p.m.
Marlboro at Saugerties, 5:30 p.m.
Highland at New Paltz, 5:30 p.m.
John A. Coleman Catholic at Spackenkill, 5:30 p.m.
Millbrook at Onteora, 5:30 p.m.
Pine Plains at Rhinebeck, 5:30 p.m.
Ellenville at Dover, 6 p.m.
Cornwall at Goshen, 6 p.m.
James I. O’Neill at John Jay-East Fishkill, 6:15 p.m.
Kingston at Washingtonville, 6:30 p.m.
Livingston Manor at Downsville, 6:30 p.m.
Green Tech at Middletown, 6:30 p.m.
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Rhinebeck at Pine Plains, 4:30 p.m. (new time)
Monticello at Minisink Valley, 5 p.m. (new time)
S.S. Seward at Roscoe, 5 p.m. (new time)
Webutuck at Pawling, ppd.
Roosevelt at Rondout Valley, 5:30 p.m.
Saugerties at Marlboro, 5:30 p.m.
New Paltz at Highland, 5:30 p.m.
Onteora at Millbrook, 5:30 p.m.
Valley Central at Pine Bush, 6 p.m. (new time)
Middletown at Newburgh, 6:30 p.m.
Washingtonville at Warwick, 6:30 p.m.
Burke Catholic at Chester, 6:30 p.m.
O’Neill at Liberty, 6:30 p.m.
Monroe-Woodbury at Kingston, 7 p.m.
Goshen at Cornwall, 7 p.m.
Tri-Valley at Sullivan West, 7 p.m.
Eldred at Livingston Manor, 7 p.m. (new time)

College
MEN’S BASKETBALL
SUNY Sullivan at SUNY Rockland, 7 p.m.
SUNY Westchester at SUNY Ulster, 7 p.m.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
SUNY Sullivan at SUNY Rockland, 5 p.m.
SUNY Westchester at SUNY Ulster, 5 p.m.

Local
HORSE RACING
Monticello, 12:25 p.m.
Yonkers, 6:50 p.m.

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Local schedule for Monday, Feb. 4

High school
ALPINE SKIING
Monticello, Rondout Valley, Kingston, Onteora, Liberty, Fallsburg, Tri-Valley, Sullivan West, in OCIAA giant slalom, at Belleayre Mountain, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
BOYS ICE HOCKEY
Suffern vs. Monroe-Woodbury, at Ice Time, Newburgh, 4:30 p.m.
BOYS BASKETBALL
Spackenkill at Pine Plains, 5:30 p.m.
Wallkill at Red Hook, 5:45 p.m.
Newburgh at Pine Bush, 6 p.m.
Valley Central at Ellenville, 6 p.m.
Roscoe at Livingston Manor, 6:30 p.m.
Fallsburg at Minisink Valley, 6:30 p.m.
Chester at Port Jervis, 6:30 p.m.
Burke Catholic at Warwick, 6:30 p.m.
Liberty at Tri-Valley, 6:30 p.m.
Monroe-Woodbury at Monticello, 6:30 p.m.
Don Bosco at Middletown, 6:30 p.m.
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Pine Plains at Spackenkill, 4:30 p.m.
Newburgh at Clarkstown South, 4:30 p.m.
Red Hook at Wallkill, 5:30 p.m.
Chester at Fallsburg, 6 p.m.
GYMNASTICS
Kingston, New Paltz at Roosevelt, 4:30 p.m.
ICE HOCKEY
Suffern vs. Monroe-Woodbury, at Ice Time, Newburgh, 4:30 p.m.
NORDIC SKIING
Section 9 dual meet, at Mohonk Mountain, 3:30 p.m.
TRACK AND FIELD
Eldred, Ellenville, Fallsburg, Liberty, Monticello, Sullivan West, Tri-Valley in Sullivan County championships, at SUNY Sullivan, 3:15 p.m.
Monroe-Woodbury, Valley Central, Minisink Valley in New Jersey Varsity Classic, at New York Armory, 4:30 p.m.
WRESTLING
Warwick at Washingtonville, 4:15 p.m.
Monroe-Woodbury at Kingston, 6 p.m.
Newburgh at Pine Bush, 6 p.m.
Saugerties, Monticello at Goshen, 6 p.m.
Middletown at Minisink Valley, 7 p.m.
Saugerties at Goshen, 7 p.m.

College
MEN’S BASKETBALL
Marist at Canisius, 7 p.m.

Local
HORSE RACING
Monticello, 12:25 p.m.
Yonkers, 6:50 p.m.

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Local schedule for Friday, Feb. 1

High school
BOYS BASKETBALL
Sullivan West vs. Eldred, at SUNY Sullivan, 5:30 p.m.
Saugerties at New Paltz, 5:30 p.m.
Highland at Wallkill, 5:30 p.m.
Red Hook at Rondout Valley, 5:30 p.m.
Webutuck at Onteora, 5:30 p.m.
Spackenkill at Millbrook, 5:30 p.m.
Dover at John A. Coleman Catholic, 5:30 p.m.
Valley Central at Washingtonville, 6 p.m.
Pine Plains at Ellenville, 6 p.m.
Marlboro at Pine Bush, 6 p.m.
Monroe-Woodbury at Middletown, 6:30 p.m.
Fallsburg at Port Jervis, 6:30 p.m.
Liberty vs. Monticello, at SUNY Sullivan, 8:30 p.m.
BOYS ICE HOCKEY
Burnt Hills vs. Monroe-Woodbury, at Ice Time, Newburgh, 7:15 p.m.
BOYS SWIMMING
OCIAA Division 2 meet, at Washingtonville, 4 p.m.
BOYS ICE HOCKEY
Burnt Bills vs. Monroe-Woodbury, at Ice Time complex, Newburgh, 7:15 p.m.
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Roscoe at Sullivan West, 4 p.m.
Tri-Valley vs. Eldred, at SUNY Sullivan, 4 p.m.
Ellenville at Pine Plains, 5 p.m. (new time)
New Paltz at Saugerties, 5:30 p.m.
Wallkill at Highland, 5:30 p.m.
Onteora at Webutuck, 5:30 p.m.
Millbrook at Spackenkill, 5:30 p.m.
Washingtonville at Marlboro, 5:30 p.m.
Rondout Valley at Red Hook, 5:45 p.m. (new time)
Cornwall at Fallsburg, 6 p.m.
O’Neill at Goshen, 6 p.m.
Monroe-Woodbury at Arlington, ppd.
Minisink Valley at Burke Catholic, 6:30 p.m.
Port Jervis at Chester, 6:30 p.m.
Roosevelt at Warwick, 6:30 p.m.
Liberty vs. Monticello, at SUNY Sullivan, 7 p.m.
WRESTLING
Minisink Valley, Newburgh, Port Jervis at Highland, 4 p.m.
Washingtonville, Tuxedo at Cornwall, 7 p.m.

College
ICE HOCKEY
Army at Holy Cross, 7 p.m.
MEN’S BASKETBALL
SUNY New Paltz at SUNY Brockport, 7:30 p.m.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
SUNY New Paltz at SUNY Brockport, 5:30 p.m.
Marist at Siena, 7 p.m.
WRESTLING
West Virginia at Army, 8 p.m.

Local
HORSE RACING
Aqueduct, 12:25 p.m.
Yonkers, 6:50 p.m.

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Local schedule for Thursday, Jan. 31

High school
ALPINE SKIING
Monticello, Rondout Valley, Kingston, Onteora, Liberty, Fallsburg, Tri-Valley, Sullivan West, in OCIAA slalom, at Holiday Mountain, 4:30 p.m.
Monroe-Woodbury, Warwick, Cornwall, Goshen, O’Neill in OCIAA slalom, at Mount Peter, 4:30 p.m.
BOWLING
Monroe-Woodbury vs. Saugerties, and Kingston vs. Highland, at Spins Bowl, Poughkeepsie, 3 p.m.
BOYS BASKETBALL
Chapel Field at Sullivan West, 5:30 p.m. (new time)
Roosevelt at Rhinebeck, 5:30 p.m.
Monroe-Woodbury at Goshen, 6 p.m.
Livingston Manor at Tri-Valley, 6:30 p.m.
Eldred at S.S. Seward, 6:30 p.m.
Middletown at Washingtonville, 6:30 p.m.
Burke Catholic at Warwick, 6:30 p.m.
Liberty at James I. O’Neill, 6:30 p.m.
Wallkill at Minisink Valley, 6:30 p.m.
Roscoe at Walton, ppd.
BOYS SWIMMING
OCIAA diving championships, at Cornwall, 3:30 p.m.
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Newburgh at Beacon, 4:30 p.m.
Marlboro at Roosevelt, 5:30 p.m.
O’Neill at Highland, 5:45 p.m.
Warwick at Pine Bush, 6 p.m.
Livingston Manor at Monticello, 6 p.m.
Monroe-Woodbury at Arlington, 6 p.m.
Kingston at Middletown, 6:30 p.m.
Liberty at Burke Catholic, 6:30 p.m.
GYMNASTICS
Kingston, New Paltz vs. Wallkill at Ostrander Elementary, 4:30 p.m.
WRESTLING
Onteora, Sullivan West, Eldred at Liberty, 5 p.m.
Monticello at Port Jervis, 6 p.m.
Tuxedo, Ellenville at Chester, 6 p.m.
Minisink Valley at Monroe-Woodbury, 6 p.m.
Rondout Valley, Onteora, Eldred, Sullivan West at Liberty, 6 p.m., 7 p.m.
Kingston at Pine Bush, 7 p.m.
Cornwall at Valley Central, 7 p.m.
New Paltz at Wallkill, 7 p.m.

College
MEN’S BASKETBALL
Iona at Marist, 7 p.m.
SUNY Orange at Lackawanna, 7 p.m.
Raritan CC at SUNY Ulster, 7 p.m.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
SUNY Orange at Lackawanna, 5 p.m.
Columbia-Greene CC at SUNY Sullivan, 5 p.m.

Local
HORSE RACING
Aqueduct, 12:25 p.m.
Monticello, ppd.
Yonkers, 6:50 p.m.

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