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ROUNDUP: McDonald helps Hudson slip past Catskill

September 10, 2019 12:00 pm Updated: September 10, 2019 01:13 pm

CATSKILL — Hudson defeated Catskill by overall strokes in Monday’s Patroon Conference golf match.

The score was 6-6, but Hudson 330 strokes to Catskill’s 354.

Brady McDonald carded a 48 and Dan Zito had a 51 for Hudson.


Dylan Osswald (C) defeated Matt Bowes, 2-0; Ricky Edwards (C) defeated Matt Gower, 2-0; Dan Zito (H) defeated Mike Jubie, 2-0; Brady McDonald (H) defeated Storm Hicks, 2-0; Bryan Weber (H) defeated Ryan Prasenski, 2-0; Andrew Holliday (C) defeated Nick Graziano, 2-0.

Taconic Hills 12, Cairo-Durham 0

CAIRO — Taconic Hills bounced back from its first loss on FRiday to defeat Cairo-Durham, 12-0, in Monday’s Patroon Conference golf match at Blackhead Golf Course.
Madison Bentley shots a sectional qualifying score of 39 for the Titans (5-1).


Madison Bentley (TH) defeated Steven Maggio, 2-0; Maya Manan-Singh (TH) defeated Jordan Cody, 2-0; Ben Hunter (TH) defeated Brendan Feeney, 2-0; Carter Kilma (TH) defeated Chloe Cunningham, 2-0; Neil Howard (TH) defeated Kevin Feeney, 2-0; Ryan Nielsen (TH) won, 2-0.

Maple Hill 12, Chatham 0

CASTLETON — John Russell shot a 38 to lead MAple Hill to a 12-o victory over Chatham in Patroon Conference golf action on Monday at Pheasant Hollow.

Zach Gregg had a 44 for the Panthers.


John Russell (MH) defeated Zach Gregg (CH), 2-0; Kyle Tedford (MH) def Zach Casivant (CH), 2-0; Bella Maruca (MH) def Taylor Van Wie (CH), 2-0; Markham Daly (MH) def Vinny Marasco (CH), 2-0; Jack Wildermuth (MH) def Will Hogencamp (CH), 2-0; Tyler Dorn (MH) def Eion Henchey (CH), 2-0.

Greenville 10, Coxsackie-Athens 2

GREENVILLE — Greenville defeated Coxsackie-Athens, 10-2, in Monday’s Patroon Conference golf match at Rainbow Golf course. 

Trey Smith led the way for Greenville (2-4) with a 2 over, 38.  Brayden Conrad had a 56 for Coxsackie-Athens.

Taconic Hills 5, Pine Bush 0

PINE BUSH — Amelia Canetto scored three goals to spark Taconic Hills to a 5-0 victory over Pine Bush in Monday’s field hockey match.

Delana Bonci gave the Titans 1 -0 advantage when she scored off a Kirsten Shumsky assist with 19:21 to go in the opening half. Canetto tallied the next two goals off assists from Shumsky and Bonci. Sage Pulver capped Taconic Hills’ first-half scoring with 2:32 remaining with an assist from Jennifer Beck.

Canetto completed the hat trick with 18:54 to go in the game off a Bonci assist.

Taconic Hills (2-0, 3-0) took 15 shots on goal and had eight penalty corners. Pine Bush had two shots and five penalty corners.

“An overall good team effort,” Taconic Hills coach Angela Webster said. “I see improvements with each game played.”

Coxsackie-Athens 2, Emma Willard 0

TROY — Former Germantown field hockey coach Claire Meyer picked up her first victory as Coxsackie-Athens coach as the Indians blanked Emma Willard, 2-0, on Monday.

Ava Hubert had a goal and an assisted on Alyssa Soto’s goal for the Indians.

C-A goalie Madison O’Callaghan had 7 saves on 8 shots.  Emma Willard goalie, Kotis Kwok had 0 saves on  4 shots.  

C-A has a 4:15 p.m. home game today against Red Hook.

Ichabod Crane 3, Lansingburgh 1

Ichabod Crane defeatd Lansingburgh, 3-1, in Monday’s Colonial Council girls volleyball match. 

The Riders (1-2) won by set scores of 25-13, 25-17, 21-25, 25-17.

ICC got a strong serving effort from Clare Knapp, who registered 8 Aces and 10 Assists. Freshman Emma Scheitinger led the attack with 10 digs. The back row duo of Piper De Kraai and Ashleigh Gerkman had 14 and 10 digs, respectively. 

Lansingburgh was led by Katie Jerominek (8 Kills, 6 digs) and Camryn O’Hare (4 Aces, 14 Assists)

The Riders have 2 more home games this week as they welcome Class AA Columbia today and  Colonial Council rival Catholic Central on Thursday.  Both games are scheduled to begin at 5:45 p.m. in the Rider Dome. 



Hudson 4, Greenville 3

HUDSON — Hudson won its first match of the season on Monday, edging Greenville, 4-3, in Patroon Conference girls tennis action.

“Both teams gave it their all,” Hudson coach Al Quad said. “The match could have gone either way. Our Hudson players put in a good effort and it just went our way, today.” 


Singles: Melina June (HUD) defeated Bethany Horlacher, 6-2, 6-1; Lizbeth Gomez (HUD) defeated Jaden Burke, 4-6, 6-1, 10-5 (tiebreaker); Abita Begum (HUD) defeated Victoria Maile, 6-2, 6-4; Alex Content (GRE) defeated Saba Mokluch, 6-1, 6-0; Double forfeit by both teams.   

Doubles: Courtney D’Anglea and Madison Jabanski (GRE) won by forfeit; Double forfeit by both teams.