Red Hook loses in Bennett final
Lakyn Ruzich had two goals and an assist Saturday, leading Germantown to a 3-2 victory over Red Hook to win the championship of Rhinebeck’s Andy Bennett Memorial field hockey tournament.
Ruzich set up Lily Walson’s first-half score and her goals were assisted by Lauren Saltis and Kassie Schaffer.
Allie Budd scored off an Emily Levine assist in the first half and Ally McCrudden set up Marley Cook for her goal in the second half for Red Hook.
Abby Knauss had nine saves in goal for Germantown, while the Raiders’ Julianna Schaffrick had three. Spackenkill 1, Rhinebeck 0
Briana Kanthak scored off an Amanda Izold pass to give (1-6-4) Spackenkill the win in the consolation game of the Bennett tourney.
Liz Schwoerer stopped five shots for the Spartans. Grace Johnson made a dozen saves for (2-9-1) Rhinebeck. Red Hook 6, Rhinebeck 1
Cook scored two goals, Bailey Jordan had a goal and one assist, Jessica Wilkinson, Sarah Timperio and Alice Budd also scored and Emily Levine and McCrudden each had two assists to lead Red Hook in Friday’s firstround matchup of the Bennett tourney. This counted as a Mid-Hudson Athletic League match.
Elle Ping’s unassisted goal for Red Hook tied it at 1-1 at halftime. Cook scored twice in the first 12 minutes of the second half to put the Raiders in charge.
Schaffrick had three saves for Red Hook, while Johnson had another dozen saves for Rhinebeck.