|WELCOME TO HUDSON VALLEY SPORTS REPORT!|
|WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22|
|* HIGH SCHOOLS *|
|HS BOYS SOCCER, SECTION 1-AA TOURNAMENT: Arlington No. 1 seed ; JJ 5th, RCK 6, Mahopac 15, Carmel 16|
|HS BOYS SOCCER, SECTION 1-A TOURNAMENT: Beacon seeded 19th|
|HS BOYS SOCCER, SECTION 1-C TOURNAMENT: Haldane seeded No. 3|
|HS BOYS SOCCER: Kingston at Roosevelt, 4:15 pm.|
|HS GIRLS SOCCER, SECTION 1-AA TOURNAMENT: Arlington seeded 3rd; John Jay 4, Mahopac 7th, Ketcham 15th|
|HS GIRLS SOCCER, SECTION 1-A TOURNAMENT: Beacon seeded 16th, Lourdes No. 18|
|HS GIRLS SOCCER, SECTION 1-C TOURNAMENT: Haldane seeded No. 1, goes straight to title game Nov. 2|
|HS FIELD HOCKEY, SECTION 1-A TOURNAMENT: Mahopac seeded 2nd, Carmel 5th, John Jay 8, Arlington 10|
|HS FIELD HOCKEY, SECTION 1-B TOURNAMENT: Brewster seeded 12th|
|HS FIELD HOCKEY, SECTION 1-C TOURNAMENT: Pawling seeded 3rd|
|HS VOLLEYBALL, SECTION 1-AA TOURNAMENT: Mahopac seeded 2nd, John Jay 6th, Arlington 9, Carmel 14th, Ketcham 15|
|HS VOLLEYBALL, SECTION 1-A TOURNAMENT: Beacon seeded 9th, Brewster No. 17|
|HS VOLLEYBALL, SECTION 1-B TOURNAMENT: Lourdes seeded 7th|
|HS VOLLEYBALL, SECTION 1-C TOURNAMENT: Pawling seeded 6th|
|HS VOLLEYBALL, SECTION 1-D TOURNAMENT: Haldane seeded 2nd|
|HS GIRLS TENNIS: Section Nine Tournament, semifinals and finals, at Goshen, 9 a.m.|
|HS GIRLS TENNIS: Section One Tournament, semifinals and finals, at Harrison, 3 p.m.|
|* COLLEGES *|
|COLLEGE WOMEN’S SOCCER: WOMEN’S SOCCER Canisius at Marist, 1 p.m.|
|COLLEGE WOMEN’S SOCCER: William Paterson at Vassar, 4 p.m.|
|COLLEGE MEN’S SOCCER: Marist at Canisius, 4 p.m.|
|COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL: Quinnipiac at Marist, 7 p.m.|
|COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY: SUNY New Paltz at RPI, 5 p.m.|
|* NEW YORK PRO SPORTS *|
|NBA: Washington at New York (preseason), 7:30|
|NBA: Brooklyn at Boston (preseason), 7:30 p.m.|
SAUGERTIES – It takes a lot to impress Matt Hayes, but the Red Hook High School boys basketball coach has been quite enamored of his team lately.
Hayes’ Road Warriors have gone into three of the toughest gyms to play in in the Mid-Hudson Athletic League and came away with three consecutive victories at Roosevelt, at Marlboro and, on Friday night, at Saugerties, as the Raiders clipped the Sawyers, 74-61.
Paddy Parr scored 17 of his game-high 23 points in the first half as Red Hook raced to a 43-26 lead at the break.
“We had a tremendous first half,” Hayes said. “We continue to play very unselfishly.”
Saugerties made a run in the second half, and actually cut the lead to 10 with about three minutes to go. But Nick Michitsch responded with a big, conventional three-point play and ended up scoring seven of his 15 points in the final three minutes to help keep the Sawyers at bay.
Dennis Hare had 13 points for the Raiders and Luke White had 10. Darnell Edge and Paton Gibbs both had big nights for Saugerties. Edge led all scorers with 30 and Gibbs had 17.
“And they earned all of those points,” Hayes said. “They are very talented and are a tough match-up.”