Har­ris leads High­land past Sauger­ties in OT

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - SPORTS - Free­man staff

Brooke Har­ris scored two goals, in­clud­ing the game-win­ner on a penalty kick in over­time, to lead High­land High to a 4-3 come­back over Sauger­ties in Mid-Hud­son Ath­letic League girls soc­cer ac­tion.

HIGH­LAND >> Brooke Har­ris scored two goals, in­clud­ing the game-win­ner on a penalty kick in over­time, to lead High­land High to a 4-3 come­back in over Sauger­ties in Mid-Hud­son Ath­letic League girls soc­cer ac­tion.

High­land ral­lied from a 3-1 deficit. Teresa Mazzella, who had a goal and one as­sist, scored with 4:20 left in reg­u­la­tion to force OT.

Har­ris con­verted the penalty kick 4:07 into over­time.

Mia Beck also scored and Emily An­gelillo and Emily Peter­son each had as­sists to help lead (2-8 MHAL, 3-10) High­land.

Kira Pod­may­er­sky, Nikki Ke­un­ing and Mi­randa Rit­va­nen all scored for (4-2) Sauger­ties.

Bri­anna Rozzi and Amanda Dar­mochwal each had four saves in goal for High­land. Sawyer goal­keeper Am­ber Ser­rano stopped seven shots. Wal­lkill 5, Ron­d­out 0

At Ky­serike, Sa­man­tha Muller and Hal­lie Kloster­man had two goals apiece and Ta­tianna Wil­liams scored one to lead Wal­lkill.

Daniella Palumbo made five saves to earn the shutout. Erin Clune had six saves for Ron­d­out Val­ley. Marl­boro 6, Roo­sevelt 2

At Hyde Park, Han­nah Sul­li­van had three goals and an as­sist to lead (6-4, 7-5) Marl­boro. Carolyn Lud­wig­son, Lizzy Lo­faro and Joyce Ry­der also scored for the Dukes. Lili Pa­puli and Kali and Han­nah Schindler each had as­sists.

Syd­ney Cur­rier and Kris­ten Philips both scored for Roo­sevelt.

Eliz­a­beth Fino and Alyssa Stoe­bling had four saves each in goal for Marl­boro. Roo­sevelt keeper Hope Dyer made eight saves. Dover 3, We­bu­tuck 0

At North East, Abbey Wood, Marissa An­nechiarico and Chiara Cardiello scored sec­ond-half goals to lead the (4-6-1) Drag­ons.

Maken­zie Winsker made nine saves to pre­serve the shutout, while Laura Men­dez stopped four shots in the loss for the (3-9-1) War­riors, who out­shot Dover, 11-7.

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