High School Scoreboard

Will Westerhuis

Cross Country

Haldane at Burnt Hills Invitational
Saratoga Springs (3 mile)

4. Nick Farrell 16:28.26
5. Adam Silhavy 16:31.51
37. Jonas Petkus 17:45.77
69. Matthew Mikalsen 18:36.23
101. Ellis Osterfeld 19:29.58
117. Kyle Kisslinger 19:52.41
140. Brett Schwartz 20:30.10
Team finish: 5 of 25

29. Shannon Ferri 20:56.34
34. Taylor Farrell 21:24.66
46. Olivia McDermott 21:45.06
51. Heather Winne 21:56.21
93. Ruby McEwen 23:57.76
101. Meghan Ferri 24:20.98
Team finish: 7 of 19

In its most recent Class D ratings, the New York State Sportswriters Association (NYSSA) ranked both the Haldane girls’ and boys’ cross country teams as 15th best in the state.

Football

Somers 35, Beacon 6
The Bulldogs lost their Section 1 Class A state tournament qualifier to No. 3 Somers. Beacon’s only score was an Alex Benson 50-yard pass to Forever Williams. Next: Oct. 21 at Lakeland.

Haldane 28, Roscoe 14
At homecoming, the Blue Devils got their first win. Next: Oct. 22 at Dobbs Ferry

Boys’ Soccer

Haldane 1, North Salem 0
Coach Stephen Schweikhart: “Seth Warren took advantage of just the slightest of mistakes in the North Salem back line and deftly beat a defender and the keeper to a loose ball to slot home the winner with 11 minutes left in regulation. Considering North Salem has defeated powerhouses Valhalla and Rye Neck and only lost to Somers (the No. 1 team in the Hudson Valley) 1-0, the game shows how far the Haldane boys have come this season.”

Beacon 1, Sleepy Hollow 0
Devin Lambe scored on an assist from Zack Kotzias to clinch the Bulldogs’ first league title since 2011.

Haldane 5, Pawling 0
Warren scored twice and Andre van Dommele, Mike Harmancin and Tim McGovern also had goals.

Beacon 3, Putnam Valley 0
Kyle Davis had a hat trick and Lambe had two assists.

Haldane 1, Putnam Valley 1 (2OT)
The Blue Devils clinched the league title with the tie. Justin Villa scored on an assist by van Dommele. Schweikhart: “We knew going in that a tie was all we needed, and despite some injuries and illness, the boys were able to get the job done. Keeper Blaine Fitzgerald made a huge save in overtime.”

No. 3 Haldane next plays No. 2 Solomon Schechter on Oct. 26 in the Section 1, Class C tournament.

Beacon 2, Lourdes 1
Lambe had a goal and an assist and Davis also scored.

Beacon 3, Henry Hudson 1 (Section 1, Class A state tournament qualifier)
Nanuet 3, Beacon 2 (OT) (first round)

Girls’ Soccer

Haldane 0, Briarcliff 0
Haldane 2, Putnam Valley 0
Arlington 3, Beacon 0
Beacon 2, Lourdes 1
Goals: Victoria Banks; Chloe Antalek on assist from Gabby Lucas in 64th minute.
New Paltz 2, Haldane 1 (OT)
Goal: Alzy Cinquanto. The Blue Devils (9-3-3) received an honorable mention in the most recent NYSSA rankings for Class C.
Beacon 3, Peekskill 0
The win gave the Beacon girls (11-5; 7-1) their first league title since 1989.

The Haldane girls, seeded No. 1 in the Section 1 Class C playoffs, on Oct. 27 will host the winner of North Salem vs. Hamilton, who play Oct. 25.

The Bulldogs, seeded No. 7 in Section 1, Class A, host No. 10 Byram Hills at 3:30 p.m. on Oct. 22.

Girls’ Swimming

Peekskill 93, Beacon 75

Ferrone, Kalafatic, Bien-Aime, Heady won 400 freestyle relay in 4:41.60; Bulldogs had a second-place finisher in 7 of 11 events.

Cornwall 82, Beacon 78

Volleyball

Haldane 3, North Salem 0
Beacon 3, Peekskill 0
Haldane 3, Albertus Magnus 0
Pawling 3, Haldane 1

Pawling won this showdown between the best Class C volleyball teams in the area, according to the Journal News.

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