Sunday, July 25, 2010

ESG weekend roundup

Women's soccer

GETZVILLE — LaGrangeville native Kristen Skonieczny gave up one goal in regulation as the Hudson Valley scholastic women’s soccer team won the bronze medal by tying Long Island, 1-1, on Sunday.

The game went to a shootout with Hudson Valley prevailing, 4-3. Port Jervis’ Jen Peters, Armonk’s Erin Myers, Rye’s Katherine Greer and Cortlandt Manor’s Kayla Mancusi tallied for third-place Hudson Valley.

Ice hockey

AMHERST — Robert Belger of Yorktown Heights scored the lone Hudson Valley goal as the scholastic men’s team lost to eventual gold-medalist Western, 7-1, eliminating Hudson Valley from medal contention in the round-robin competition.


AMHERST — Hudson Valley’s scholastic team lost out on the bronze medal when its game with Western on Saturday was suspended and fields were unplayable on Sunday.

The result was decided due to head-to-head competition and Hudson Valley lost to Western on Friday, 10-7. Long Island won gold and Central won silver based on overall records.


BUFFALO — Mark Settembrino of Wappingers Falls won the silver medal in the 123-pound class of scholastic freestyle wrestling on Saturday, falling to Western’s Tom Page in the gold-medal match, 6-2, 6-0, by decision

Scott Bova of Poughquag pinned Central’s Pat Nasoni in 1:16 to capture a bronze medal.


SANBORN — Poughkeepsie resident Joe Rodriguez won the silver medal in the 150-pound open division final, lifting 191 pounds late Saturday.


BUFFALO — Charles Braun won the bronze medal at 132 pounds in the open competition late Saturday.

Former New Paltz resident Scott Honan won the bronze medal at 198 pounds.


BUFFALO — The Hudson Valley men’s quad of Evan Heaton, Taylor Bodley, Jimmy Balsamo and Dylan Hartwick won the bronze medal on Friday in a time of 5:07.99.

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