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LOCAL ROUNDUP: Hotbani leads Hudson past C-A

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Rukon Hussain had an assist in Hudson's 3-1 Patroon Conference boys soccer victory over Coxsackie-Athens on Tuesday night.

October 9, 2019 01:00 pm Updated: October 9, 2019 01:24 pm

HUDSON — Bashar Hotbani scored two goals to spark Hudson to a 3-1 victory over Coxsackie-Athens in Patroon Conference boys soccer action at the Bluehawks Sports Complex on Tuesday night.

Hotbani’s second goal came with just 1:30 remaining in the match and put Hudson in front to stay, 2-1. Zach Chowdhury added an insurance goal with 30 seconds to go. Rukon Hussain had one assist for the Bluehawks (8-2-1).

Nick Agovino scored C-A’s lone goal on a penalty kick.

Hudson outshot, C-A, 11-7.

Kasey Moore turned away six shots for Hudson. Aiden Boehm stopped nine shots for the Indians (5-5-1).

Greenville 9, Chatham 0

CHATHAM — Greenville rolled to a 9-0 victory over Chatham in Tuesday’s Patroon Conference boys soccer match.

Jack Motta recorded a hat trick for the Spartans (10-1-1). Ben Reinhard, James Mitchell, Ryan Blair, Tim Biernacki and Austin Field each had a goal. Chatham also suffered an own goal. Reinhard and Mitchell added two assists apiece for Greenville, while Field and Miles Weiss both had one.

Maple Hill 4, Taconic Hills 0

CASTLETON — Maple Hill scored two goals each half for a 4-0 win over Taconic Hills in Tuesday’s Patroon Conference boys soccer match. 

Izac Jennings had several outstanding saves in the goal for TH. Aiden Fletcher’s assist to Eli Charlebois in the first half was hard driven from the right wing in which Eli drilled with his head to the inside far post. 

Ben Marra scored and Eli Charlebois completed the game with his second hat trick of the season.

GOLF
MECHANICVILLE — Greenville’s Trey Smith, Taconic Hills’s Madison Bentley and Maple Hill’s John Russell have all advanced to the Section II Class ABCD state qualifiers.
Smith shot an 82, Bentley carded an 83 and Russell finished with an 88 at Tuesday’s Section II Class B/C/D event at Fairways at the Halfmoon.
The state qualifiers will be held on Tuesday at Orchard Creek.

FIELD HOCKEY
Taconic Hills 7, Webutuck 0

AMENIA — Kirsten Shumsky and Delana Bonci each had two goals to power Taconic Hills to a 7-0 victory over Webutuck in Tuesday’s Mid-Hudson Athletic League field hockey match.

Shumsky scored both of her goals in the first and Amelia Canetto added one to give the Titans a 3-0 advantage at halftime. Bonci, Shumsky and Jennifer Beck picked up first-half assists.

Bonci opened the scoring for the Titans in the second half, connecting off an assist from Tanner Van Alstyne with 20:36 remaining. Van Alstyne then assisted on Beck’s goal with 18:46 left. 

Beck scored her second goal with 19:03 to go with an assist from Abby Tkacy, before Van Alstyne closed the scoring with 1:40 left, connecting off an assist from Beck.

Taconic Hills (6-2, 9-2) took 16 shots and had 15 penalty corners. Webutuck had two shots and two penalty corners.

Titans goalkeeper Sydney Kiernan had one save. Webutuck’s Gabby VanAnden turned away seven shots.

VOLLEYBALL
PATROON
Taconic Hills 3, Catskill 2

CRARYVILLE — Taconic Hills edged Catskill, 3-2, in Tuesday’s Patroon Conference girls volleyball match.

Taconic Hills took the first set, 25-15, dropped the next two, 25-23 and 27-25, but rallied to claim sets four and five, 25-21 and 25-18, to pull out the victory.

For the Titans, Morgan Monty had 14 aces, 10 assists and 10 digs; Hailey Ward 6 kills and 3 aces; Kersten Keeler 4 aces, 6 kills and 8 digs and Amya Bridgham 4 aces and 9 digs.

CROSS COUNTRY
PATROON
BOYS

Greenville 23, Taconic Hills 32; Taconic Hills 18, Catskill 24; Greenville 16, Catskill 47

1, Ryan Russell (G) 17:39; 2, Finn Kasick (G) 17:59; 3, Eli Russo (TH) 18:05; 4, John Cataporo (G) 18:59; 5, Mason Nack (TH) 19:27; 6, Gavin Metcalf (G) 19:51; 7, Nathan Rordon (C) 19:59; 8, Jesse Rosien (TH) 20:02; 9, Logan Philips (TH) 20:21; 10, Isaac Langer (TH) 20:25; 11, Brandon Feit (G) 20:27; 12, Sam Dedrick (G) 20:47; 13, Nicholas Barnes (G) 22:00; 14, Logan Davies (C) 22:28; 15, Dylan Foutch (TH) 22:30; 16, Griffin Fisher (C) 22:43; 17, John Garrusso (G) 22:50; 18, Cameran Maisenbares (TH) 24:46; 19, Josh Sera (TH) 24:53; 20, Matthew Rivenburgh (C) 25:49; 21, James Ogden (C) 27:25; 22, Chris Russell (TH) 27:34; 23, Dylan Mottoshiski (TH) 27:43.

GIRLS

Greenville 21, Taconic Hills 39; Taconic Hills 22, Catskill 33; Greenville 15, Catskill 49

1, Tess Fitzmaurice (G) 18:58; 2, Marayla Sparacino (TH) 20:37; 3, Sydney Smith (G) 21:22; 4, Alex Goyette (G) 21:25; 5, Clare Howard (TH) 22:22; 6, Greenville 23:07; 7, Melody Kappel (G) 23:30; 8, Jess Wank (G) 23:42; 9, Sammie VanDyke (C) 24:07; 10, Lily Russo (TH) 24:25; 11, Skylar Pettit (G) 24:36; 12, Isis Gonzalez (C) 24:40; 13, Iram Asif (C) 25:05; 14, Marleah Perry (TH) 25:21; 15, Taconic Hills 26:22; 16, Sarah Davies (C) 26:24; 17, Angelina Shanley (C) 27:48; 18, Madeline Feltman (G) 29:51; 19, Aizlynn O’Connell (C) 30:26; 20, McKenzie Breunig (C) 30:30.

BOYS

Chatham 17, Coxsackie-Athens 40; Chatham 15, WAJ incomplete; Chatham 19, Germantown 39; Coxsackie-Athens 15, WAJ incomplete; Coxsackie-Athens 22, Germantown 33; Germantown 15, WAJ incomplete

1, Langford Maxwell (Ch) 18:41; 2, Cameron Quinn (G) 18:53; 3, Caleb Jeralds (Ch) 18:57; 4, Caden Holsapple (Ch) 20:08; 5, Eero Fleming (CA) 21:09; 6, Derek Roberts (Ch) 21:17; 7,    Daniel Baneni (Ch) 22:02; 8, Alesandro Walsh (CA) 22:12; 9, Russell Van Hoesen (CA) 22:15; 10, Caleb Wynkoop (G) 22:55; 11, Nick Jennings (Ch) 23:14; 12, Collin Plass (CA) 24:01; 13, Jordan Towns (CA) 24:03; 14, Laimis Shinozaki (G) 24:07; 15, Bryan Bathrick (G) 25:18; 16, Jonathan Unterboro (G) 25:42; 17, Brayden Valentino (CA) 26:00; 18, Jacob Reutenauer (Ch) 26:33; 19, Anthony Smith (G) 26:34; 20, Isaac Werner (G) 26:59; 21, Austin Krikelis (G) 27:15; 22, Jacob Allen (CA) 27:55; 23, Addison Voth (CA) 28:07; 24, Ashton Compet (WAJ) 34:08.

GIRLS
All girls teams incomplete

1, Maria Krein (G) 26:49; 2, Savannah Vavrina (G) 27:55; 3, Isabella DelVeachi (CA) 28:26; 4, Eliza Baxter (CA) 28:39; 5, Victoria Shuster (WAJ) 30:08; 6, Emily Smith (WAJ) 34:48; 7, Amara Sickles (G) 35:44.