Kingston and Pine Bush are tied 1-1 – Daily Freeman

PINE BUSH, NY – Kingston and Pine Bush battled to a 1-1 stalemate in field hockey action Thursday.

Grace Terpening scored the Tigers goal on a pass from Abi Kresser. Jennifer Sorrentino scored for Pine Bush.

Kingston goaltender Christina Schmidt made four saves, while Grace Grant stopped 13 shots for Pine Bush.

Kingston is 5-1-1 in the league, while Pine Bush is 4-3-1 in the league and 5-4-1 overall.

Red Hook 3, Taconic Hills 0

In Red Hook, Maddie Boyd, Olivia Griffin and Olivia Jansen found the net for the Raiders, who improved to 5-1.

Kylee Knuschke got a pair of assists for Red Hook and Jansen got the other as the Raiders graced 10 seniors.

Goaltender Abby Scott made two saves for the winners’ shutout. Grace Alvarez made 12 saves for Taconic Hills (4-4).

“It was an outstanding team win that showcased intensity, aggression and perseverance,” Raiders coach Cari Meltzer said.
said. “We played with fast passes, worked on patient defense and focused on quick starts from free kicks.”

Onteora 8, Ellenville 0

In Boiceville, Raina Bickel scored three goals and had an assist and Luci Leonard had two goals as the Eagles improved to 5-3 in the Mid-Hudson Athletic League and 7-4 on aggregate.

Gianna Tisch, Klara Buton and Sophia Mahlkuch all added a goal. Onteora had 18 corners.

“After a year of rebuilding last year, we worked hard and it’s nice to see the hard work paying off this season,” Onteora coach Emma Katz said. “I’m so proud of everything this team has achieved so far.”

Ellenville goaltender Jillian Schaub made more than 15 saves.

Rondout Valley 9, Coxsackie-Athens 0

At Accord, Lauren Schoonmaker and Makalah Quick scored twice as the Ganders improved to 7-0 in MHAL play and 9-2 on aggregate.

Other Ganders scorers were Mackenzie Hubbard, Riley Schoonmaker, Josie Kozack, Olivia Waruch and Joleigh.
Kozak. Mackenzie Heyl had four assists for Rondout.

Ganders goaltender Desirae Baumann made two saves for the shutout. Amanda Frank made eight saves for Coxsackie-Athens.

Denise W. Whigham