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COXSACKIE — Coxsackie-Athens hosted Cairo-Durham in a Patroon Conference varsity volleyball compare Thursday night.

It was a conflict from start to finish between a dual foes with Coxsackie-Athens holding a initial set by a convincing 25-11 score. However, a Lady Mustangs responded by same a second set 25-20.

The Lady Indians prisoner a third sets 25-20 and were one set divided from victory, though a Lady Mustangs mustered a quip in a fourth set and eek out a 25-22 feat to send a compare into a fifth set remarkable death.

In a final set, a Lady Indians were in authority from start to finish notwithstanding several Lady Mustang quip attempts and prisoner a final set, 25-21.

“Coxsackie-Athens (4-3, 4-3 Patroon) travels to Rensselaer Tuesday Sep 19 during 5:15 p.m. Meanwhile, Cairo-Durham (3-5, 3-4 Patroon) travels to Middleburgh on Monday during 5:30 p.m.

Catskill 3, Maple Hill 2

CASTLETON — The Catskill Lady Cats degraded a Maple Hill Lady Wildcats in a five-set thriller, 3-2, Thursday in Patroon Conference girls volleyball action.

The Lady Wildcats started clever winning a initial set 25-20, though proceeded to dump a second set 25-12. Maple Hill responded in a third set winning 25-20, however, faltered in a final dual sets permitting Catskill to take a feat winning a final dual sets 25-10 and 25-7.

Maple Hill travels to Taconic Hills on Tuesday Sep 19 during 5:15 p.m. Meanwhile, Catskill hosts Hudson during 5:15 p.m.

Greenville 3, Taconic Hills 0

CRARYVILLE — The Greenville Spartans continue to browbeat on a court, unconditional a Taconic Hills Lady Titans 3-0 Thursday in Patroon Conference girls volleyball action.

Greenville prisoner a initial dual sets by tighten scores of 25-23 and 25-19, before kicking it into hyper-drive for a final set and winning 25-13 to take home a win.

Victoria Rauf led a approach for a Lady Spartans with 14 use points. Lauren Rauf combined 13 use points, and Mackenzie Kennedy contributed with 35 digs.

“We played good tonight, a ladies communication is improving that is carrying a certain impact on a game,” pronounced Greenville manager Lisa Johnson.

Greenville hosts Chatham on Tuesday Sep 19 during 5:15 p.m. Meanwhile, Taconic Hills hosts Maple Hill during 5:15 p.m.


Hudson 6, Rensselaer 1

HUDSON — Hudson posted wins in 4 of 5 singles matches in handing Rensselaer a 6-1 reversal in Thursday’s Patroon Conference girls tennis match.

The Bluehawks’ initial doubles group of Monsserat Gomez and Malaysia Singh was also victorious.

“Monserrat and Malaysia seem to be entrance together,” Hudson manager Al Qua said. “They’re communicating better, bargain a diversion and personification improved tennis.”

Hudson (6-3) visits Coxsackie-Athens for a discussion compare on Monday during 4 p.m.

“The girls are putting in a good eoffrt and continue to improve,” Qua said.

Results: Kristen O’Connel (H) def. Autumn Brown, 6-2, 6-1; Siama Hannon (H) mislaid to Zoe Ko, 6-3, 6-4; Annalise Tampasis (H) def. Isabelle Barats, 6-2, 6-2; Sarah Li (H) def. Alaysi Thomas, 6-0, 6-2; Autumn Kudlack (H) won by forfeit; Doubles: Monsserat Gomez-Malaysia Singh (H) def. Lin Wah-Alani Thomas, 6-0, 6-1; Kat scali-Tamanna Akter (H) won by forfeit.

Chatham 7, Waterford 0

CHATHAM — Chatham blanked Waterford 7-0 in a Patroon Conference varsity tennis compare Thursday.

With a victory, a Lady Panthers urge to a ideal 4-0 on a season.

Results (Chatham listed first): Gaby Neven def. Carson Hardy 8-2; Aaliyah Harris def. Hanna Normandin 8-1; Madison Newton def. Jessica Seney, 8-4; Margot Schassler def. Dianne Avellino 8-5; Sydney Newton def. Kaiana Williams 8-2; Doubles: Sydney Newson/Lillian Nowak won by forfeit; Han Sook Baneni/Sonam Verma won by forfeit.

Maple Hill 6, Catskill 1

Maple Hill 6, Catskill 1

CASTLETON — The Maple Hill Wildcats degraded a Catskill Lady Cats 6-1, 6-1 Thursday in Pro 8s double-header Patroon Conference tennis action.

“Our group played some good tennis today,” pronounced Maple Hill manager Pat Austin. “Rebecca Roe unequivocally dug in and won a dirty initial match, and we was gratified with a play of Calie Haller and Diana Pugliese today. Also, really happy for Lexi Cartwright, Mary Beth Owen, and Kassidy Berger who won doubles matches.”

Maple Hill (7-2, 7-2 Patroon) travels to undefeated Cairo-Durham Monday during 4:15 p.m.

RESULTS Match One (MH listed first): Rebecca Roe def. Jessica DuPont 8-5; Kenzie Seymour def. Audra Street 8-1; Rachael Adler def by. Emily Darling 1-8; Calie Haller def. Cassie Abel 8-6; Diana Pugliese def. Hailey Matthews 8-5; Doubles: Sarah Konig/Claudia Eckel def. Stacey Dobos/Lexi O’Connell 8-1; Lexi Cartwright/Mary Beth Owen def. Anna Sweeney/Sarah Buffa 8-1.

RESULTS Match Two (MH listed first): Rebecca Roe def. Jessica DuPont 8-2; Kenzie Seymour def. Audra Street 8-1; Rachael Adler def by. Emily Darling 4-8; Calie Haller def. Cassie Abel 8-1; Diana Pugliese def. Hailey Matthews 8-1: Doubles: Sarah Konig/Claudia Eckel def. Stacey Dobos/Lexi O’Connell 8-4; Lexi Cartwright/Kassidy Berger def. Anna Sweeney/Emily Brown 8-3.

Cairo-Durham 7, Coxsackie-Athens 0

COXSACKIE-ATHENS — The Cairo-Durham Lady Mustangs remained ideal on a justice Thursday, defeating a Coxsackie-Athens Lady Indians 7-0 in Patroon Conference girls tennis action.

Cairo-Durham (8-0) hosts Maple Hill Monday during 4:15 p.m. Meanwhile, Coxsackie-Athens (5-4) travels to Rensselaer during 4:15 p.m.

RESULTS (C-D listed first): Jenna Poulsen def. Sarah O’Leary 6-2, 6-2; Erinn Valentin def. Naomi Ferenczy 7-5, 6-1; Holly Kleinmeier def. Rachel Tyner 6-0, 7-5; Hannah Infantino def. Kat Tergeoglou 6-2, 6-1; Jolie Poulsen def. Abby Draiss 6-0, 6-0; Doubles: Grace Sharkey/Christina Cammarata def. Sarah Tyner/Sam Karlsson 6-4, 6-0; Alexis Cummings/Maya Englehardt def. Emily Boehm/Kennedy Helin7-6 (7-1), 6-2.


Hudson 343, Cairo-Durham 365

FREEHOLD — In a closely contested match, a Hudson Bluehawks cheep past a Cairo-Durham Mustangs 343-365 Thursday in Patroon Conference golf movement during Blackhead Mountain Country Club.

The dual teams separate a matches 12 points each, however, a compare came down to sum strokes where Hudson proceeded to better Cairo-Durham 343-365 to mangle a tie.

Hudson’s Brady McDonal shot a low-score of a afternoon with a 46.

Cairo-Durham (4-2) hosts Coxsackie-Athens on Friday Sep 22 during 4:15 pm.

RESULTS (HUD listed first): Pat Taylor def by. Steven Cody, 4 pts; Dan Zito def by. Eugene Somers, 4 pts; Brady McDonald def. Phebe Cunningham, 4 pts; Jake McDonald def. Josh Matteson, 4 pts; Matt Bowes def by. Jordan Cody, 4 pts; Matt Gower def. Sarah Sharkey, 4 pts.


Cairo-Durham 1, Chatham 0

CHATHAM — Cairo-Durham squeaked out a 1-0 feat over Chatham on Thursday in a Patroon Conference varsity girls soccer match.

Mikayla Phillips netted a game-winner for a Lady Mustangs.

In a net, C-D screw Keegan Deyo had 5 saves as Chatham’s Jessica Behn had seven.

Cairo-Durham (4-0, 3-0 Patroon) hosts Taconic Hills on Monday during 4:15 p.m. Meanwhile, Chatham (2-3-1, 2-2 Patroon) hosts undefeated Catskill on Saturday during 1 p.m. for homecoming.

Catskill 1, Maple Hill 0

CATSKILL — Catskill stays dominant in Patroon Conference girls soccer with a 1-0 feat over Maple Hill on Thursday.

Jenna Quick’s idea 8 mins into a second half was a customarily measure a Cats would need. Maci Mosher picked adult a assist.

Kelsey Taylor stopped 7 shots in recording a shutout. Arianna Papas had 10 saves for a Wildcats.

Catskill (4-0-1, 2-0-1 Patroon) plays during Chatham on Saturday during 1 p.m. Maple Hill (2-3 (2-2 Patroon) goes to Greenville on Monday during 4:15 p.m.

Coxsackie-Athens 2, Taconic Hills 1

COXSACKIE-ATHENS — Despite a 1-1 tie after one duration of play, Darian Briody’s diversion leader with 18:29 left in a second half propelled a Coxsackie-Athens Lady Indians to their initial discussion feat Thursday defeating Taconic Hills 2-1 in Patroon Conference girls soccer action.

The Lady Titans were initial to measure in a event with Lexi Schiable anticipating nylon for a Lady Titans with 9 mins remaining in a half, however, Allison Wallace countered with a idea for C-A with 5:30 remaining to tie a diversion during one apiece.

In a second half, it was Briody who stepped adult and delivered a game-winner mid thru a final duration to get her group a 2-1 victory.

“Many of a players stepped adult currently due to a miss of substitutions,” pronounced Coxsackie-Athens manager Caitlin Davis. “They played with heart and never gave up. Darian Briody scored her initial idea as a varsity player, she customarily plays defense, we put her on a line and she delivered with a quick mangle true to a goal.”

 The teams were scarcely even in a shots difficulty with a slight corner going to a Lady Indians 9-8. Coxsackie-Athens screw Jess Steinke available 7 saves while Lady Titans Catie Shadic blocked 3 shots.

Coxsackie-Athens (2-5, 1-3 Patroon) travels to Maple Hill on Wednesday Sep 20 during 4:15 p.m. Meanwhile, Taconic Hills (0-5, 0-4 Patroon) travels to undefeated Cairo-Durham on Monday during 4:15 p.m.


Emma Willard 2, Ichabod Crane 1

VALATIE — A two-goal initial half propelled a Emma Willard Lady Jesters past a Ichabod Crane Lady Riders 2-1 Thursday in Patroon Conference margin hockey action.

Isla Lyons and Kat Fousek scored a goals for Emma Willard in a initial period. For Ichabod Crane it was Emma Heartquist, who has scored a idea in uninterrupted games for a Lady Riders.

Emma Willard out shot Ichabod Crane 17-5 and Lady Riders screw Caroline White available 7 saves.

Ichabod Crane falls to 2-2 on a year.


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