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Roundup: Ciardullo leads rally for John Jay boys soccer

 

Mike Ciardullo scored the winner in the 64th minute as the John Jay boys soccer team rallied in the second half to beat host Port Chester High School, 3-2, on Saturday.

Port Chester scored two minutes into the contest and the Patriots trailed 2-0 at halftime. Ray Sclafani put John Jay on the board just 45 seconds into the second half. Then Matt Oliveira tied it, scoring on a header off a pass from Ciardullo in the 50th minute.

Roosevelt 3, Rondout Valley 0 — Bethuel Yebouet, Oscar Lavariega and Christian Santiago each scored and Ryan Diehl made six saves for the Presidents on the road.

Roy C. Ketcham 5, Spackenkill 0 — Dylan Ramage scored twice to lead the visiting Indians.

Haldane 4, Yonkers Montessori Academy 0 — Justin Villa, Seth Warren, Andre van Dommele and Ryan Duffy each scored and Blaine Fitzgerald made seven saves for host Haldane.

John Jay-Cross River 2, Our Lady of Lourdes 1 — Cole Pilon scored for the Warriors in their home opener.

Lakeland 1, Beacon 0 — The Bulldogs lost in double overtime on the road.

Girls soccer

Anisa Alzate and Chloe Antalek each scored twice to lead Beacon in a 6-3 win over host Brewster.

Gabby Lucas added a goal and two assists, Analiese Compagnone scored, Eliza Ericson had two assists, and Meagan Meeuwisse made four saves for Beacon (2-1).

Arlington B 1, Ketcham 0 — Kate Murphy scored off a pass from Shevaun Judon for Arlington (2-1) in the consolation game of the Yorktown tournament. The game was called after the first half due to the heat index.

Cross country

The Arlington boys and girls cross country teams took first place in the Big Red Invitational at Somers on Saturday.

Brendan Foley took fourth overall (17:12.97), Joe Morrison took fifth (17:14.04) and Colin Waters placed eighth (17:38.44) to lead the Arlington boys, who had 54 points. Somers took second (67) and John Jay finished seventh.

Riley Loughlin placed second (20:29.14), Madeline Garrett was ninth and Julia Sclafani took 14th to lead the Admirals girls, who won with 38 points. Fox Lane took second (62) and John Jay placed sixth.

First-year cross country runners Mikayla Anderson (sixth), Cassandra Williams (12th), Emily Pinheiro (16th) and Courtney Cunningham (20th) contributed.

Volleyball

Faith Christian Academy earned a 25-23, 25-13, 25-12 win over Storm King in their season opener.

Dover 3, Onteora 0 -- Ariana Ball had 15 service points, nine assists and two kills to help lead the visiting Dragons to a 25-3, 25-6, 25-20 win late Friday.

 

 

 

Last Published: October 12, 2016 4:59 PM