Saturday, July 28, 2007

Saturday report

Hudson Valley's open soccer team is in the gold medal game after a 3-2 win over New York City.

The scholastic baseball team have up seven runs in the fourth inning and lost in the gold medal game to Long Island, 12-6. Hudson Valley takes the silver.

Just received word that Avery Evans of Pine Plains won a gold medal, anchoring the 4 x 100 relay team for Hudson Valley. Evans, who is entering her junior year won a bronze medal for the 4 x 400 relay team as well. Evans won a silver in the 100-meter hurdles yesterday, making her a triple winner for Hudson Valley.

The scholastic men's ice hockey team lost to Central, 4-3 on Saturday.

The scholastic baseball team continued their roll, rolling over Adirondack, 15-1 at Pace University this morning. They are facing Long Island in the gold medal game at 5 p.m. at Manhattanville. Mike Benischek will have more on that game later. Against Adirondack, Jeff Freyhagen of Roy C. Ketcham earned the win, throwing four innings, Dave Ciocchi of John Jay was 2-for-4 with two RBIs, Kyle Kalaka of Ketcham was 3-for-4 with three RBIs, Joe Panik of John Jay was 2-for-5 and Joe Pedevillano of Lourdes was 1-for-3 with 2 RBIs.

The scholastic women's soccer team defeated Central, 4-1, putting them in the gold medal game, which will be Sunday at 11 a.m. at Manhattanville College in Purchase.

The open softball team was defeated 4-1 by Western, eliminating them from medal contention.

The field hockey team defeated Adirondack, 1-0, advancing them to the gold-medal game. Kristin McGurl of Arlington High School scored the lone goal for Hudson Valley, who advances to tomorrow's gold medal game at Rye Country Day School at 10 a.m.

In men's open track, Philip Shea of Beacon placed sixth in 17:11.23 in the 5,000

Julia Hopson of Poughkeepsie and Arlington grad, won the women's open hammer throw gold medal at 46.21 meters.

Erica Johnson of Poughkeepsie finished second in the 100 meter dash in 12.80 seconds.

Tiere Spruill of Amenia and Webutuck High School, won the bronze medal in the 100-meter dash in 11.33 seconds.

Paul Lagno of Salt Point and Millbrook HS, won the bronze in the men's scholastic 1,500 meter run.

Tim Walker, a 2001 graduate of John Jay, won the gold medal in the men's open 1,500. Walker was competing for Central, as he is now a resident of Cortland.

The scholastic women's basketball team earned an 80-58 win over Central, putting them in the gold medal game at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Westchester Community College.

Scholastic women's volleyball, won the bronze medal, as did the open women's volleyball team.

Frank Rutigliano of Poughkeepsie placed seventh in the men's open all-around bowling final.

Janet Manfredi of Poughkeepsie was part of the women's open trio bowling event, where she and her two teammates won the bronze medal.

Brian Bolstad of Highland placed fifth after his three-meter optional dives, falling short of medalling.

Jesse Dekrey of Rhinebeck placed 15th in the 31-mile Criterium final.

The women's ice hockey team lost to Adirondack, 5-3.

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