Roo­sevelt ral­lies to top Marl­boro in MHAL play

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

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.

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