Red Hook cap­tures MHAL crown

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - FRONT PAGE - Free­man staff

It seemed only ap­pro­pri­ate that Is­abelle LaBar­bera pro­vided the game-win­ning goal Thurs­day as un­de­feated Red Hook cap­tured its first Mid-Hud­son Ath­letic League girls soc­cer cham­pi­onship in seven years with a 1-0 win over Rhinebeck High.

Fresh off her five-goal per­for­mance in Mon­day’s semi­fi­nals, LaBar­bera scored for the 42nd time this year, find­ing the back of the net 16:15 into the match.

The (16-0) Raiders made it stand up. It was pri­mar­ily a de­fen­sive bat­tle with Red Hook con­trol­ling the pace.

Rhinebeck, now 13-2 over­all, was mak­ing its first MHAL fi­nals ap­pear­ance in the pro­gram’s his­tory. High­land 3, Mill­brook 1

At High­land, Brooke Har­ris scored two goals as the Huskies de­feated the Blaz­ers in a non­league con­test.

Har­ris put High­land on the board in the fifth minute and then con­nected on a Amanda

Dar­mochwal as­sist in the 34th minute to give the Huskies a 2-0 edge. Teresa Mazzella scored the Huskies’ third goal in the 37th minute.

Anne Marie Hum­mel scored Mill­brook’s only goal in the 48th minute.

Bri­anna Rozzi had five saves for (5-11, 3-8) High­land,

while Claire Martell had 10 for the (7-7, 7-6) Blaz­ers Sauger­ties 1, Ron­d­out 0

At Ky­serike, Ni­cole Klein con­nected on a Eva Vazquez as­sist af­ter 87 min­utes of score­less play to lift the Sawyers over the Gan­ders in a MidHud­son Ath­letic League match.

Am­ber Ser­rano had seven stops for the Sawyers, while Bella LaFian­dra made 13 for the Gan­ders.

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