Harris leads Highland past Saugerties in OT
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.