Big win for the Bears. Lily Lleshaj and Kristen Ohberg both coming up huge for Brewster with four goals apiece. The Bears seem to have turned things around nicely after a bit of a shaky start.
Somers got revenge on Putnam Valley and took control of their league title chances. Emma Schurr led the way with three goals and three assists, including her 100th goal. She becomes the third Tusker to reach the milestone, following Katie Marasco and Claire Roediger. Putnam Valley’s Erin McCrudden (three goals, five assists) dished out her 100th assist.
A pair of Ossining players also reached a big milestone. Molly Malone became the programs all-time points leader, recording her 300th today in a win against Dobbs Ferry. Alex Cristello also had a career day, tallying her 200th point.
Not to be forgotten, Clarkstown South’s Jaime Morris also scored her 100th goal on Tuesday.
I’ll have my game story up in a bit along with some videos.
On a completely different note, I wrote a story regarding a transgender college student-athlete at Purchase College. If you have five minutes give it a read.
Brewster 16, John Jay 15: At Brewster, Lily Lleshaj and Kristen Ohberg each scored four goals. Teammates Lauren Ditaranto and Christina Mill each scored three goals for the Bears. Molly O’Reilly had six goals and four assists for the Indians. Teammate Jilli Schell had four goals.
Somers 14, Putnam Valley 13: At Somers, junior Emma Schurr had three goals and three assists, including her 100th varsity goal. Schurr is the third Tusker in program history to reach the milestone, joining Katie Marasco and Claire Roediger. Schurr’s twin sister Tara also had three goals and three assists in the win. Nicole DeMase led the Tuskers with four goals. Putnam Valley senior Erin McCrudden got her 100th varsity assist and finished with three goals and five assists. Melissa Wagner scored five goals for the Tigers.
Mahopac 12, Lakeland/Panas 11: At Mahopac, Kim Harker scored six goals. Carly Weiss added four goals. Kristen Conroy had four goals and two assists for the Rebels.
Hen Hud 18, Beacon 2: At Ketcham, Angela Marriott scored four goals and Jackie Riefenhauser added three goals. Kennedy Sherman and Bailey Stewart had two goals and two assists apiece.
Carmel 17, Lourdes 10: At Carmel, Caitlin Murphy had seven goals and two assists. Hannah Aull had four goals and one assist. Devan Tookmanian had two goals and three assists. Molly Hulbert had two goals and one assist. Danielle Venturo had 10 saves.
Hackley 16, Trinity 7: At Hackley, Sophie Slutsky had two goals and three assists. Stef Frolo had two goals and two assist. Sarah Cassidy had a goal and three assists.
Rye Country Day 14, Long Island Lutheran 13: At Long Island Lutheran, Julia Massaro scored six goals for the Wildcats. Sam Kost and Emily Duarte each had two goals and an assist.
Ossining 21, Dobbs Ferry 10: At Ossining, Molly Malone scored her 300th varsity point. Malone had nine goals and one assist. Alexandra Cristello had four goals and two assists. Abby Squirrell had four goals and one assist. Danielle Gervacio had three goals. Christine Kopera had 11 saves. Emily Bohl had four goals and one assist for Dobbs Ferry.
Fox Lane 16, Rye 16: At Rye, Fox Lane’s Lindsay West scored with 32 seconds left to tie the game. West had five goals and one assist and Kate Burbank added four goals and one assist. Charlotte Tucci scored eight goals and Momoko Yoshida had four goals for Rye.
Westlake 14, Harrison 14: At Harrison, Elizabeth Klein had four goals and Erica LaManna had three goals and three assists for the Huskies. Jessica Finklestein had three goals and one assist for Harrison. Rebecca Bliss had five goals and one assist and Stephanie Mele had four goals for the Wildcats. Christina Leva had one goal and five assists for Westlake.
Mahopac 10, Clarkstown South 6: At Clarkstown South Tuesday, Kim Harker had six goals and two assists. Teammate Carly Weiss had two goals and three assists. Jaime Morris scored her 100th goal and finished with four goals in the game for the the Vikings.