Local schedule for Friday, May 25

High schools
Girls lacrosse
Section 9-B semifinal: No. 3 Valley Central at No. 2 Warwick, 2 p.m.
Section 9-C semifinal: No. 4 Highland/Marlboro at No. 1 Goshen, at McNally Field, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C semifinal: No. 3 Saugerties at No. 1 Red Hook, 4 p.m.
Section 9-D semifinal: No. 3 John S. Burke Catholic at No. 2 James I. O’Neill, 3 p.m.
Track and field
Section 9 Class C and D championships, at Middletown, 10 a.m.

Colleges
Track and field
Army in NCAA East Regionals, at Tampa, Fla., all day

Local
Minor league baseball
Rockland at Trois-Rivieres, 7 p.m.
Ottawa at Sussex County (N.J.), 7 p.m.
Harness racing
Yonkers, 6:50 p.m.
Meadowlands, 7:15 p.m.
Equestrian
HITS-on-the-Hudson I, at Horse Shows in the Sun, Saugerties
Auto racing
Accord Speedway, 7:30 p.m.

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Local schedule for Thursday, May 24

High schools
Baseball
Section 9-AA semifinal: No. 4 Warwick at No. 1 Pine Bush, 4 p.m.
Section 9-AA semifinal: No. 6 Monroe-Woodbury vs. No. 2 Kingston, at Gruner Field, 7 p.m. (new time)
Section 9-B semifinal: No. 4 Burke Catholic at No. 1 Marlboro, 4 p.m.
Section 9-B semifinal: No. 3 Chester at No. 2 Spackenkill, 4 p.m.
Boys lacrosse
Section 9-D final: No. 2 Millbrook vs. No. 1 James I. O’Neill, at Marlboro, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C final: No. 4 Red Hook vs. No. 3 Highland/Marlboro, at Marlboro, 6:30 p.m.
Boys tennis
Section 9 championships, Match Point Tennis, Goshen, 2 p.m.
Softball
Section 9-AA semifinal: No. 4 Roosevelt at No. 1 Minisink Valley, 6 p.m. (new time)
Section 9-AA semifinal: No. 3 Monroe-Woodbury at No. 2 Kingston, 4 p.m.
Section 9-A semifinal: No. 4 Saugerties at No. 1 Cornwall, 4 p.m.
Section 9-A semifinal: No. 3 Port Jervis at No. 2 New Paltz, 4 p.m.
Section 9-B semifinal: No. 4 Ellenville vs. No. 1 Chester, at Pulvirent field, 3 p.m. (new time)
Section 9-B semifinal: No. 7 Rondout Valley at No. 6 Rhinebeck, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C semifinal: No. 3 S.S. Seward at No. 2 Tri-Valley, 4 p.m.
Track and field
Section 9 Class A and B championships, at Middletown, 10 a.m.

College
Baseball
MAAC tournament, at Staten Island: No. 5 Marist vs. No. 6 Niagara, 3:30 p.m.
Track and field
Army in NCAA East Regionals, at Tampa, Fla., all day

Local
Minor league baseball
Quebec at Rockland, 6:30 p.m.
Harness racing
Yonkers, 6:50 p.m.
Equestrian
HITS-on-the-Hudson I, at Horse Shows in the Sun, Saugerties

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Section 9 girls lacrosse tournament brackets

Class A
Championship
Tuesday, May 30
No. 2 Monroe-Woodbury vs. No. 1 Kingston, at Newburgh Free Academy, 4 p.m.
Class B
Semifinal
Friday, May 25
No. 3 Valley Central at No. 2 Warwick, 2 p.m.
Championship
Valley Central-Warwick winner vs. No. 1 Minisink Valley, at Newburgh Free Academy, 6 p.m.
Class C
Semifinals
Friday, May 25
No. 4 Highland/Marlboro at No. 1 Goshen, at McNally Field, 4 p.m.
No. 3 Saugerties at No. 1 Red Hook, 4 p.m.
Championship
Tuesday, May 29
Semifinal winners, at Newburgh Free Academy, 4 p.m.
Class D
Semifinals
Friday, May 25
No. 3 John S. Burke Catholic at No. 2 James I. O’Neill, 3 p.m.
Championship
Tuesday, May 29
Burke-O’Neill winner vs. No. 1 Millbrook, at Newburgh Free Academy, 6 p.m.

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Local schedule for Wednesday, May 23

High schools
Baseball
Section 9-AA quarterfinal: No. 6 Monroe-Woodbury at No. 3 Middletown, 4:30 p.m.
Section 9-A semifinal: No. 4 New Paltz at No. 1 Cornwall, 4 p.m.
Section 9-A semifinal: No. 3 Goshen at No. 2 Saugerties, 7 p.m.
Section 9-B quarterfinal: No. 5 Rhinebeck at No. 4 John S. Burke Catholic, 3 p.m.
Section 9-B quarterfinal: No. 6 Highland at No. 3 Chester, 4 p.m.
Section 9-B quarterfinal: No. 7 Rondout Valley at No. 2 Spackenkill, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C semifinal: No. 4 Tri-Valley at No. 1 S.S. Seward, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C semifinal: No. 3 Sullivan West at No. 2 Pine Plains, 4 p.m.
Boys golf
Section 9 final round, Casperkill Golf Club, Poughkeepsie, 9 a.m.
Boys lacrosse
Section 9-B final: Washingtonville-Minisink Valley winner vs. No. 1 Warwick (13-2), at Middletown, 4 p.m.
Section 9-A final: Valley Central-Monroe-Woodbury winner vs. No. 1 Kingston (13-2), at Middletown, 6:30 p.m.
Boys tennis
Section 9 championships, Match Point Tennis, Goshen, 9:30 a.m.
Girls golf
Section 9 final round, Apple Greens GC, Highland, 10 a.m.
Softball
Section 9-AA quarterfinal: No. 6 Middletown at No. 3 Monroe-Woodbury, 4 p.m.
Section 9-A quarterfinal: No. 6 Red Hook at No. 3 Port Jervis, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C first round: No. 9 James I. O’Neill vs. No. 8 Liberty, at Chester/Pulvirent, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C first round: No. 10 Highland vs. No. 7 Rondout Valley, at Marlboro, 2 p.m.
Section 9-C quarterfinal: O’Neill-Liberty winner vs. No. 1 Chester, at Pulvirent field, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C quarterfinal: No. 5 Spackenkill vs. No. 4 Ellenville, at Berme Road field, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C quarterfinal: No. 6 Rhinebeck at No. 3 Dover, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C quarterfinal: Highland-Rondout Valley winner at No. 2 Marlboro, 4 p.m.

Colleges
Baseball
MAAC tournament (at Staten Island): No. 5 Marist vs. No. 4 Siena, 3:30 p.m.
If Marist and Canisius win openers: No. 5 Marist vs. No. 1 Monmouth, 7 p.m.

Local
Minor league baseball
Quebec at Rockland, 10:30 a.m.
Equestrian
HITS-on-the-Hudson I, at Horse Shows in the Sun, Saugerties

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Local schedule for Tuesday, May 22

High schools
Baseball
Section 9-AA quarterfinal: No. 5 Roosevelt at No. 4 Warwick, 4 p.m.
Section 9-AA quarterfinal: No. 6 Monroe-Woodbury at No. 3 Middletown, ppd. to Wednesday, 4:30 p.m.
Section 9-B quarterfinal: Ellenville/O’Neill winner at No. 1 Marlboro, 4 p.m.
Section 9-B quarterfinal: No. 5 Rhinebeck at No. 4 John S. Burke Catholic, ppd. to Wednesday, 3 p.m.
Section 9-B quarterfinal: No. 6 Highland at No. 3 Chester, ppd. to Wednesday, 4 p.m.
Section 9-B quarterfinal: No. 7 Rondout Valley at No. 2 Spackenkill, ppd. to Wednesday, 4 p.m.
Boys golf
Section 9 first round, at West Hills Golf Club, Middletown, 10 a.m. (site change)
Boys lacrosse
Section 9-C semifinal: No. 4 Red Hook at No. 1 Rondout Valley (12-2), 4:30 p.m.
Section 9-C semifinal: No. 3 Highland/Marlboro (11-5) at No. 2 Goshen (9-3), 5 p.m.
Girls lacrosse
Saugerties at O’Neill, 4 p.m.
Goshen at Red Hook, 4:30 p.m.
Millbrook at Burke Catholic, ppd.
Kingston at Minisink Valley, 4:30 p.m.
Cornwall at Valley Central, 6 p.m.
Softball
Section 9-AA quarterfinal: No. 5 Warwick at No. 4 Roosevelt, 4 p.m.
Section 9-AA quarterfinal: No. 6 Middletown at No. 3 Monroe-Woodbury, ppd. to Wednesday, 4 p.m.
Section 9-A quarterfinal: No. 5 Goshen at No. 4 Saugerties, 4 p.m.
Section 9-A quarterfinal: No. 6 Red Hook at No. 3 Port Jervis, ppd. to Wednesday, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C first round: No. 9 James I. O’Neill vs. No. 8 Liberty, at Chester/Pulvirent, ppd. to Wednesday, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C first round: No. 10 Highland vs. No. 7 Rondout Valley, at Marlboro, ppd. to Wednesday, 2 p.m.
Section 9-C quarterfinal: O’Neill-Liberty winner vs. No. 1 Chester, at Pulvirent field, ppd. to Wednesday, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C quarterfinal: No. 5 Spackenkill vs. No. 4 Ellenville, at Berme Road field, ppd. to Wednesday, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C quarterfinal: No. 6 Rhinebeck at No. 3 Dover, ppd. to Wednesday, 4 p.m.
Section 9-C quarterfinal: Highland-Rondout Valley winner at No. 2 Marlboro, ppd. to Wednesday, 4 p.m.
Pine Bush at Newburgh, ppd.
Track and field
MHAL pole vault finals, at Roosevelt, 4 p.m.

Local
Minor league baseball
Quebec at Rockland, 6:30 p.m.
Harness racing
Yonkers, 6:50 p.m.

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2018 Section 9 boys tennis draws

OCIAA champions Gabriel Castillo of Washingtonville and Cornwall’s Emil Vyskocil and Will Webber earned the top seeds at the Section 9 tennis championships Wednesday and Thursday at Match Point Tennis in Goshen.

MHAL champions Dan Feigelson of Millbrook and New Paltz’s Noah Kalus and Issac Cheriuyot are the second seeds.

Defending singles champion Lucas Arora, a Cornwall senior who will play at Division III Coast Guard Academy, is the third seed.

Round of 16 and quarterfinals are Wednesday. Play starts at 9:30 a.m.

The semifinals and finals will be held Thursday. Action begins 10 a.m.

Section 9 championships
(at Match Point Tennis, Goshen)
Singles
Round of 16: No. 1 seed Gabriel Castillo (Washingtonville) vs. Ryan Hovey (New Paltz); Matt Leeman (Burke Catholic) vs. Zach Bonitz (Ellenville); No. 4 Dan Leach (Cornwall) vs. Lucas Dodd (Onteora); Bradley Hack (Kingston) vs. Ryan Ackert (Spackenkill); No. 3  Lucas Arora (Cornwall) vs. Jude Martini (Wallkill); Isaiah Olavarria (Middletown) vs. Caleb McMenemy (Onteora); Gavan O’Brien (Washingtonville) vs. Kush Patel (Roosevelt); David Salazar (Newburgh Free Academy) vs, No. 2 Dan Feigelson (Millbrook)

Doubles
Round of 16: No. 1 Emil Vyskocil-Will Webber (Cornwall) vs. Sebastian Otaviani-Angel Ocampo (Roosevelt); Mike Esposito-Andre Janums (Kingston) vs. Jed Hammond-Jamie Derbyshire (Rhinebeck); No. 4 Dean Redmond-Liam Redmond (Warwick) vs. Justin Smith-Lucas Smith (Wallkill); Reilly Chin-Sean Jessup (Cornwall) vs. Naveen Chowdhury-Cory Gallinger (Roosevelt); No. 3 Jack Clayton-Matt Reinhold (Newburgh Free Academy) vs. Dan Rober-Dan Baltutowski (New Paltz); Cyrus Yarpezeshkan-Gurv Suri (Cornwall) vs. Ethan Husted-Colin Sullivan (Red Hook); Aarav Shah-Aanav Shah (Newburgh Free Academy) vs. Collin Smith-John Conti (Spackenkill); No. 2 Noah Kalus-Issac Cheruiyot (New Paltz) vs. Logan Shippee-David Trott (Kingston)

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Section 9 Girls Golf: Amber Pennington first-round leader

Rondout Valley sophomore Amber Pennington shot an even-par 71 and is six shots clear of the field after the first round of the Section 9 championship at Apple Greens Golf Course in Highland.

Pennington is 18 holes away from her second section championship. She won the tournament as an eighth-grader in 2016.

Pine Bush senior Pasqualina Tartaglione, the defending section champion, carded a 6-over 77 and is in second place.

Junior Olivia Klugman led three Goshen golfers in the top 10 with a 10-over 81. Goshen won the team title and will advance to the state championships on June 1-3 at Bethpage State Park along with the top nine individuals following the section’s final round Wednesday at Apple Greens.

Section 9 championships
(First round at Apple Greens GC, Highland, par 71)
Amber Pennington (Rondout Valley) 35-36-71; Pasqualina Tartaglione (Pine Bush) 40-37-77; Olivia Klugman (Goshen) 42-39-81; Montana Schmidt (Sullivan West) 44-42-86; Mary Gersec (Rondout Valley) 46-44-90; Alex Cymbal (New Paltz) 47-44-91; Erika Fuentes (Goshen) 49-43-92; Hope Erlwein (Sullivan West) 42-52-94; Elaine Bell (Valley Central) 49-46-95; Riley Doyle (Goshen) 49-47-96; Aracely Watson (New Paltz) 48-48-96; Julie Stephens (Ellenville) 51-45-96; Gabby Cohen (Sullivan West) 52-47-99; Madison Ackerly (Roscoe) 55-47-102; Jordan Kubenik (Sullivan West) 50-53-103; Sydney Jessup (Goshen) 57-46-103; Grace Messenger (Marlboro) 55-49-104; Andrea Andalis (Minisink Valley) 58-47-105

Missed the cut

Taylor Roseo (Roscoe) 61-45-106; Olivia Doughty (Monroe-Woodbury) 48-59-107; Jessica Leach (Monroe-Woodbury) 58-51-109; Ailene Lynch (Rondout Valley) 60-51-111; Cate Armstrong (Monroe-Woodbury) 54-58-112; Camryn Hoar (Ellenville) 61-51-112; Cameron Roth (Newburgh Free Academy) 61-51-112; MacKenzie Handschuh (Rondout Valley) 58-58-116; Caroline Bell (Minisink Valley) 60-57-117; Keira Dillon (Washingtonville) 58-59-117; Hayley Weiner (Fallsburg) 67-50-117; Ava Delardi (Monroe-Woodbury 63-56-119; Mackenzie Dickman (Valley Central) 68-59-127; Lian Walker (Warwick) 69-59-128; Lia Grammer (Valley Central) 65-64-129; Natalie Cook (Kingston) 67-64-131; Ella Mahon (Valley Central) 72-70-142

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2018 OCIAA Boys Tennis Finals/Semifinal Results

Washingtonville sophomore Gabriel Castillo captured his first Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Athletic singles title, defeating defending champion Lucas Arora of Cornwall 6-0, 6-1.

Cornwall senior Emil Vyskocil and junior Will Webber won the OCIAA doubles title, knocking off Newburgh Free Academy senior Jack Clayton and Matt Reinhold, the top seed, 6-4, 6-2 at Match Point Tennis in Goshen.

Defending champion and Cornwall senior Lucas Arora outlasted teammate Dan Leach in a near three-hour semifinal 6-7, 6-2, 7-6 to reach his fourth straight OCIAA final.

Arora will play Washingtonville sophomore Gabe Castillo, the top seed, in the championship. Castillo defeated teammate Gavan O’Brien 6-1, 6-0.

Top-seeded Jack Clayton and Matt Reinhold earn their first OCIAA doubles final with a 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 win over teammates Aarav Shah and Aanav Shah. The Newburgh seniors plays Cornwall’s Emil Vyskocil and Will Webber, the third seed, in the final

Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association championships

(at Match Point Tennis, Cornwall)
Singles
Final:
Gabe Castillo (Washingtonville) d. Lucas Arora (Cornwall) 6-0, 6-1
Consolation final:
Dan Leach (Cornwall) d. Gavan O’Brien (Washingtonville) 7-6 (7-3), 6-4
Semifinals

No. 1 Gabe Castillo (Washingtonville) d. No. 4 Gavan O’Brien (Washingtonville) 6-1, 6-0; No. 2 Lucas Arora (Cornwall, defending champion) d. No. 3 Dan Leach (Cornwall) 6-7, 6-2, 7-6.
Doubles
Final:
Emil Vyskocil-Will Webber (Cornwall) d. Jack Clayton-Matt Reinhold (Newburgh Free Academy) 6-4, 6-2
Consolation final:
Dean Redmond-Liam Redmond (Warwick) d. Aanav Shah-Aarav Shah (Newburgh Free Academy) 6-2, 6-2
Semifinals
No. 1 Jack Clayton-Matt Reinhold (Newburgh Free Academy) d. No. 4 Aanav Shah-Aarav Shah (Newburgh Free Academy) 6-4, 3-6, 7-5; No. 3 Emil Vyskocil-Will Webber (Cornwall) d. No. 7 Dean Redmond-Liam Redmond (Warwick) 7-5, 4-6, 6-2

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Pine Bush hoops star Brandon Powell gives verbal commitment to Division I FDU

Brandon Powell, Pine Bush’s all-time leading scorer, committed to Division I Fairleigh Dickinson University Friday.

Powell, a two-time Varsity 845 first-team guard, impressed FDU coach Greg Herenda and his staff at a workout earlier this week and was offered a full scholarship to the Northeast Conference school shortly after.

The 6-foot-2 Pine Bush senior finished his career with 1,357 points and 163 3-pointers. Powell helped the Bushmen to back-to-back Section 9 Class AA title his junior and senior seasons. Pine Bush had not won a section title since 2000. Powell averaged 20.0 points per game his senior season.

“This is what every high school basketball player strives for deep down inside,” Pine Bush coach Steve Distefano said. “He worked for this and it’s a great opportunity for him.”

FDU coaches first watched Powell play against Mount Vernon in the 2017 state opening round. A member of Herenda’s staff watched Powell play a few times after the high school.

Powell, 17, will join another Section 9 standout at FDU. Saugerties graduate Darnell Edge, who led Division I in free-throw percentage (94.4) in the 2017-18 season, returns for his senior year.

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OCIAA track and field championships day 2 results

Boys
Team standings: 1. Monroe-Woodbury (MW) 124 points; 2. Cornwall (Cor) 85; 3. Warwick (War) 55; 4. Middletown (Mid) 53; 5. Washingtonville (Wash) 52; 6. Monticello (Mont) 39; 7. Goshen (G) 35; 8. Kingston (K) 32; 9. Sullivan West (SW) 26; 10. John S. Burke Catholic (B) 21; 11. James I. O’Neill (O) 19; 12. Port Jervis (PJ) and Tri-Valley (TV) 14; 14. Minisink Valley (MV) and Chester (Ches) 7; 16. Pine Bush (PB) 1
100-meters: 1. Seth Goitia (Cor) 11.11; 2. Khadeem Richards (Mont) 11.14; 3. Xzayviea Stephens (PJ) 11.46; 4. Harry Laboy (Ches) 11.87
200: 1. Khadeem Richards (Mont) 22.37; 2. Devon Legrair (Mid) 22.88; 3. Josh Mallard (Wash) 23.46; 4. Cameron Aviles (Wash) 23.55; 5. Jared Davidson (Wash) 23.89; 6. Brandon Crispino (B) 23.99
400: 1. Seth Goitia (Cor) 49.54; 2. Tony Dallman (Wash) 49.71; 3. Cecil Brownridge (Mid) 51.31; 4. Alec Warnock (War) 51.45; 5. Ryan Smith (Mont) 52.14; 6. Tariq Thomas (Ches) 52.92
800: 1. Trevor Ladue (MW) 1:56.44; 2. Blaine Doyle (Cor) 2:00.74; 3. Caelen Munsch (MV) 2:01.03; 4. Behailu Bekele-Arcuri (War) 2:01.81; 5. Keith Allen (MW) 2:01.93; 6. Ed Rodd (Cor) 2:02.63
1,600: 1. Robert Becker (K) 4:21.74; 2. Tom Gardiner (War) 4:22.49; 3. Louis Greco (G) 4:23.83; 4. Seth Bywater (Cor) 4:28.10; 5. Carl Tyce (O) 4:30.93; 6. Behailu Bekele-Arcuri (War) 4:32.20
110 hurdles: 1. Michael Mullally (SW) 14.45; 2. Maximo Olavarria (Cor) 15.16; 3. Najanni Duffus (Mid) 15.58; 4. RIchmond Boateng (MW) 15.86; 5. Noah Rogers (Mont) 15.93
400 hurdles: 1. Michael Mullally (SW) 54.56; 2. Richmond Boateng (MW) 56.70; 3. Thomas VanSaders (TV) 58.20; 4. Maximo Olavarria (Cor) 60.14; 5. Danny DePaolo (MW) 60.15; 6. Devin Smith (MW) 60.16
3,000 steeplechase: 1. Liam Higgins (G) 9:23.51; 2. Louis Greco (G) 9:24.75; 3. Mike Hannon (MW) 9:40.16; 4. Thomas Garrison (Wash) 9:41.75; 5. Kevin Paik (MW) 10:22.76; 6. Skylar Brodsky (MW) 10:28.40
400 relay: 1. Cornwall (Seth Goitia, Max Olavarria, Josh Harding, Kyle Lindsell) 44.48; 2. Washingtonville 45.49; 3. Monticello 45.57; 4. Middletown 45.82; 5. Chester 46.17
1,600 relay: 1. Middletown (Elisha Hodges, Cecil Brownridge, Shawn Rosa, Devon Legrair) 3:26.90; 2. Washingtonville 8:28.44; 3. Monroe-Woodbury 3:31.65; 4. Kingston 3:34.65; 5. Warwick 3:34.67; 6. Cornwall 3:35.41
3,200 relay: 1. Cornwall (Seth Bywater, Blaine Doyle, Jack Byrne, Jack Teague) 8:12.73; 2. Monroe-Woodbury 8:18.21; 3. Warwick 8:21.76; 4. Washingtonville 8:25.34; 5. Kingston 8:30.10; 6. O’Neill 8:41.85
Long jump: 1. Owen Kelly (MW) 20-6.5; 2. Ben Osborn (K) 20-2; 3. Odera Okafor (MW) 19-10.25; 4. Jake Wilsen (TV) 19-9; 5. Matt Quimby (Mid) 19-8.75; 6. Dillon Kane (Wash) 19-2
Triple jump: 1. Matt Quimby (Mid) 43-0; 2. Larry Dunn (O) 40-10; 3. Owen Kelly (MW) 40-7; 4. Kalic Perry (TV) 40-0.75; 5. Nicholas Villanueva (MW) 39-10.5; 6. Kenneth Holland (PB) 39-6
Shot put: 1. Mark Przybocki (B) 55-7; 2. Parker Tidd (PJ) 40-7; 3. Charles Phelan (War) 39-6; 4. Jack McDonough (K) 39-5; 5. Chris VanWarrebey (Mont) 38-5; 6. Alex Gutierrez (MW) 38-4
Discus: 1. Mary Przybocki (B) 142-6; 2. Ben Brisman (Cor) 127-3; 3. Alex Ronne (War) 114-4; 4. Kevin Dowling (MW) 113-9; 5. Alex Unser (SW) 111-6; 6. Jordan Weaver (G) 111-5
Pentathlon: 1. J.P. Incledon (MW) 2,806 points; 2. Jermaine Veras (MW) 2,722; 3. Chris Jackson (Wash) 2,703; 4. Ethan Nigro (K) 2,648; 5. Jonah Lilly (Mont) 2,520; 6. Lawrence Civil (Cor) 2,487

Girls
Team standings: 1. Monroe-Woodbury (MW) 153 points; 2. Cornwall (Cor) 79; 3. Warwick (War) 59.5; 4. Middletown (Mid) 52; 5. Washingtonville (Wash) 46.5; 6. Pine Bush (PB) 44; 7. Kingston (K) 34; 8. Goshen (G) 31; 9. Newburgh Free Academy (NFA) 29; 10. Sullivan West (SW) and Monticello (Mont) 20; 12. Valley Central (VC) and Minisink Valley (MV) 10.
100-meters: 1. De’ja Bowen (Mid) 12.37; 2. Kayla Meade (Cor) 12.44; 3. Hannah Scott (PB) 12.44; 4. Jody Smith (MW) 12.49; 5. Ava McLeod (SW) 12.63; 6. Samara Herzog (K) 12.96
200: 1. Kayla Meade (Cor) 26.44; 2. Jody Smith (MW) 26.55; 3. Rachel Gutierrez (MW) 27.00; 4. Alissa Madura (War) 27.13; 5. Danielle Riley (NFA) 27.52
400: 1. Bria Oatman (Mid) 59.51; 2. Asya Jeune (MW) 60.68; 3. Jhayde Warren (MW) 63.29; 4. Danielle Riley (NFA) 63.36; 5. Zoe Rodi (PB) 63.71; 6. Maanasa Hanubal (Wash) 64.82
800: 1. Kristin Thompson (War) 2:19.76; 2. Alondra Cruz-Delgado (NFA) 2:20.65; 3. Tallula Gann (SW) 2:23.12; 4. Amilia Wise-Sweat (NFA) 2:24.97; 5. Madison Montgomery (G) 2:25.78; 6. Grace Atlas (G) 2:26.67
1,500: 1. Kayla Schramm (G) 4:52.11; 2. Jessica Pidgeon (MW) 4:55.25; 3. Ashley Hickman (Cor) 4:58.01; 4. Claire Kelly (Cor) 4:58.52; 5. Kelly O’Connor (VC) 5:03.35; 6. Sarah Grodin (Mont) 5:04.59
100 hurdles: 1. Lisa Jacobsen (MW) 15.39; 2. Naja Ogburn (Mid) 16.25; 3. Lily Newkirk (War) 16.73; 4. Arealyah Paul (MW) 16.78; 5. Samara Herzog (K) 16.79; 6. Saquaya Hilton (G) 17.08
400 hurdles: 1. Sam Becker (SW) 66.14; 2. Gabrielle Nebiker (MW) 67.68; 3. Amelia Giraud (MW) 70.03; 4. Amanda Murphy (Wash) 72.03; 5. Itziar Declavijo (Mid) 73.47; 6. Sydney Hunt (Cor) 73.57
2,000 steeplechase: 1. Sarah Grodin (Mont) 7:23.34; 2. Rachel Hirschkind (MW) 7:28.34; 3. Hailie TerBush (K) 7:34.04; 4. Molly Cameron (Cor) 7:34.94; 5. Kristina Messler (Wash) 7:42.64; 6. Kayla Pucci (G) 7:44.94
400 relay: 1. Middletown (Bria Oatman, De’ja Bowen, Shayla Spencer, Mercedes Junior) 50.03; 2. Monroe-Woodbury 50.55; 3. Washingtonville 52.43; 4. Cornwall 52.64; 5. Warwick 53.00; 6. Pine Bush 55.26
1,600 relay: 1. Monroe-Woodbury (Asya Jeune, Katie Conter, Angela Iaccarino, Emilie Nasca) 4:07.95; 2. Warwick 4:14.97; 3. Kingston 4:18.78; 4. Cornwall 4:19.71; 5. Middletown 4:24.22; 6. Valley Central 4:25.92
3,200 relay: 1. Newburgh (Sydney Reede, Ann Marie Onwuka, Amilia Wise-Sweat, Genesis Gonzalez) 9:53.07; 2. Monroe-Woodbury 10:05.71; 3. Kingston 10:09.40; 4. Cornwall 10:12.88; 5. Goshen 10:25.15; 6. Washingtonville 10:37.26
Long jump: 1. Emily Gerdin (Wash) 16-7; 2. Taylor Pannell (PB) 16-3.5; 3. Kaeli Thompson (War) 16-1; 4. Charlotte O’Connor (War) 15-10; 5. Jenna Maggiolo (PB) 15-5.5; 6. Elizabeth Licameli (NFA) 14-10.25
Triple jump: 1. Emily Gerdin (Wash) 36-3.5; 2. Taylor Pannell (PB) 34-5; 3. Eyram Agbeli (MW) 33-6.5; 4. Jenna Maggiolo (PB) 33-2; 5. Nicole Van Pelt (VC) 33-1.5; 6. Sydney Hunt (Cor) 32-11.5
Shot put: 1. Isabella Fabrizio (Cor) 36-3.5; 2. Liz Manderson (Cor) 33-10; 3. Monica Reyes (K) 33-9; 4. Jamie Waldron (MW) 33-0; 5. Olivia Vizethan (Cor) 31-0; 6. Zamaya Cooper (Mont) 29-1.5
Discus: 1. Liz Manderson (Cor) 127-5; 2. Zanaya Cooper (Mont) 109-7; 3. Monica Reyes (K) 108-4; 4. Ashleigh Convery (MV) 102-4; 5. Tamera Dorcinville (Cor) 100-5; 6. Adrienne Crawford (K) 92-5
Pentathlon: 1. Kristen Boerke (Wash) 2,720 points; 2. Hannah Kelly (MW) 2,596; 3. Emily Welling (War) 2,461; 4. Anjalyna Talmadge (PB) 2,413; 5. Molly Davis (War) 2,220; 6. Britany Caligiuri (Wash) 2,117

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