Red Hook loses in Ben­nett fi­nal

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

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.

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