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Titans ground out win over Riders

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    Taconic Hills’ Mannon Scionti (right) and Ichabod Crane’s Bridget Pulver face off in Patroon Conference varsity field hockey Friday.
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    Ichabod Crane’s Hunter Brockman brings the ball up the field surrounded by Taconic Hills defenders in Patroon Conference varsity field hockey on Friday.
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    Ichabod Crane’s Elizabeth Keating (left) controls the ball as Taconic Hills’ Alex Colwell moves in during a Patroon Conference varsity field hockey game Friday.
October 6, 2017 09:00 pm Updated: October 7, 2017 02:58 pm


CRARYVILLE — Taconic Hills hosted Ichabod Crane for its homecoming game Friday and came away with a 1-0 victory in Patroon Conference varsity field hockey.

The two teams battled to a 0-0 tie at the half with TH holding a 9-0 advantage in shots on goal.

Amelia Canetto broke the draw four minutes into the second half to put the Lady Titans on the board.

Overall, TH hold a 19-0 edge in shots. In the net for ICC, Caroline White stopped 12 shots.

The win boosts Taconic Hills’ record to 11-2 (6-1 Patroon) on the year.


Germantown 8, Rhinebeck 0

RHINEBECK -- The Germantown Lady Clippers exploded for eight goals en route to an 8-0 shutout victory over Rhinebeck in the opening round of the Rhinebeck Field Hockey Tournament on Friday.

Rhinebeck recorded the first shot on goal in the game, however, it was all Germantown after that point, racking up eight goals with senior Lily Watson leading the way with a hat trick.

"I'd have to say it's just that we played our positions well, but also backed each other up," said Germantown coach Claire Meyer. "The team has respect for one another and the camaraderie showed today."

Beyond Watson's three goal performance, Shayla Snow scored twice, and Olivia Del Pozzo, Sam Marrish, and Leah Foster each found nylon once. Lakyn Ruzich and Marrish each tallied two assists while Watson, Foster, and Leighann Gallent each had one.

Germantown keeper Abby Knauss recorded one save in net.

Germantown (5-7-1) takes on Red Hook today at 9:30 a.m.