Roosevelt rallies to top Marlboro in MHAL play
Roosevelt High improved to 10-2 after rallying to defeat Marlboro, 3-1, in a Mid-Hudson Athletic League boys soccer contest. After 30 scoreless minutes, Ryan Ash scored to give the Dukes a 1-0 edge.
Roosevelt High improved to 10-2 after rallying to defeat Marlboro, 3-1, in a Mid-Hudson Athletic League boys soccer contest.
After 30 scoreless minutes, Ryan Ash scored on a Claude Stephens assist to give the Dukes a 1-0 edge, but nine minutes later Ethan Hart scored the equalizer.
Christian Santiago put one between the posts to give the Presidents a 2-1 lead in the 45th minute, before Myles Manning scored a third in the 66th minute to round the scoring.
“Our play improved greatly in the second half and we were able to find a way to win,” Presidents Coach Daniel Hoffay said.
Ryan Diehl had seven saves for the Presidents while Jawad Haidaoui stopped 11 shots for (1-9-3) Marlboro. Poughkeepsie 1, Red Hook 0
At Red Hook, the Pioneers beat the Raiders to clinch a birth in the Section 9 tournament.
Jason Augustine connected on a Jaden Antonio pass in the middle of the second half to give (6-5) Poughkeepsie the edge despite being outshot by the (8-4) Raiders 19-4.
“We played well through the middle of the field, but just couldn’t get the final ball to get the first goal,” Red Hook Coach Steve Sutton said.
Francisco FernandezPuyol had three saves for the Raiders, while Jose Martinez stopped nine shots for the Pioneers. Coleman 3, Ellenville 2
At Ellenville, With just 10 seconds remaining in the match, Brandon Davenport third goal of the game lifted the Statesmen.
The Devils got off to a 2-0 lead early on goals by Wes Cruz, assisted by Jose Cruz in the 14th minute, and Daniel Parada assisted by Wes Cruz in the 16th minute.
Ellenville held the 2-0 advantage until the 43rd minute when Brandon Davenport put Coleman on the board on a penalty kick. Davenport struck again putting in the equalizer in the 72nd minute.
With the score knotted at 2-2, the (6-6, 5-6) Devils were awarded a penalty kick with three minutes left, but it went off the post and Davenport’s goal three minutes later on a Quillan Riley assist, sealed the win for the Statesmen.
“We had a ton of chances and 15 shots in the first half alone and we did not put anymore way,” Ellenville Coach Maxwell Mead said. “We gifted them a penalty kick early in the second half to let them right back into the game and then we settle back in create a bunch more chances in the second half.
“They had four shots in the second half, they scored on three of them.”
Daniel Shults had 13 saves for Coleman, while Daniel Mahany stopped three shots for the Devils. Wallkiil 2, Rondout 0 At Kyserike, Andy Acevedo and Andrew Kanzler scored for the (8-4) Panthers.
Wallkill had a 1-0 lead at halftime and outshot the (38-1) Ganders, 15-11.
Rondout’s Wilfredo DeLeon, Hunter Davenport, Jared Stauss, Hayden Baker, Will Hoffstatter, Ryan Sheehan and Tanael Fuentes were cited for their strong play.