Morning Round-up: Garnets continue shutout roll

In a 5-0 rout of Horace Greeley, Rye’s field hockey team won their sixth consecutive game Tuesday at home. The Garnets are now 6-1-1, and have outscored opponents 20-0 over the course of their winning streak. Mallory Little led the way with two goals in the victory, and Torie Stearns, Annie VanWagenen and G.G. Fitzgerald each scored once. Stearns, Van Wagenen, Michelle Mulhearn, and Olivia Nabhan — the Lions Club Athlete of the Month — all recorded an assist.

Rye’s nationally ranked girls’ soccer team kept rolling at Harrison, this time winning 2-1 in overtime. Erin McCarty put the game-winning biscuit in the basket for her team early in the OT session. Lia Bellizzi scored a goal and dished on an assist, and goalkeepe Tatiana Saunders made 20 saves for the Garnets. Rye is now 10-0-1 and unbeaten in 17 games dating back to last season. They’ve outscored opponents 41-5 during the run.

Rye’s final home cross-country meet went extremely well. The girls’ team remained undefeated and clinched the league championship. Yesterday, they defeated Port Chester, Westlake and Valhalla.  The Garnets received outstanding performances from Elli Friedmann, Alison Mackay, Nagomi Ogura and Kahea Mueller. The boys also did well in defeating Port Chester, Westlake and Valhalla.  Max Robinson, Taylor Love, Mason Curtis and Thomas May-Smith led the way.

The Rye girls’ swimming and diving team improved to 5-0 with a win at home in the Hommocks pool against Fox Lane.

Rye Neck’s field hockey team lost to Harrison on the road, 3-0. Elena Hurlbut was a bright spot for the Panthers. She made eight saves in goal.

On the road at Westlake, Rye Neck’s girls’ soccer team also dropped a 3-0 decision. Goalkeeper Jessica Wright made seven saves in the loss.

ON TAP TODAY

Rye High School
Boys’ Soccer vs. Port Chester, 4:30
Volleyball @ Harrison, 4:30
Girls’ Tennis vs. Fox Lane, 4:15

Rye Neck High School
Girls’ Tennis vs. Briarcliff, 4 (I’ll be there)
Boys’ Soccer vs. Pleasantville, 4:30
Volleyball @ Briarcliff, 4:30

Rye Country Day School
Cross-Country meet @ Edith Read, 4
Boys’ Soccer vs. Cantebury, 4:15
Girls’ Soccer @ King, 4:15
Field Hockey @ Fieldston, 4:30
Girls’ Tennis vs. Hackley, 4:30

School of the Holy Child
Field Hockey @ Hackley, 4:15

Volleyball vs. St. Luke’s, 4
Soccer @ Masters, 4:30
Cross-Country @ Masters, 4

TEAM RECORDS (W-L-T)

Rye High School
Football (3-1)
Field Hockey (6-1-1)
Boys’ Soccer (4-1-4)
Girls’ Soccer (10-0-1)
Girls’ Swim & Dive (5-0)
Volleyball (6-3)
Girls’ Tennis (6-5)
Boys’ X-C (9-1)
Girls’ X-C (9-0)

Rye Neck High School
Football (2-2)
Field Hockey (2-6)
Boys’ Soccer (6-4)
Girls’ Soccer (3-4-1)
Volleyball (6-4)
Girls’ Tennis (9-2)
Boys’ X-C (5-3)
Girls’ X-C (4-3)

Rye Country Day School
Football (2-1)
Field Hockey (2-0)
Boys’ Soccer (2-1-1)
Girls’ Soccer (2-3-1)
Girls’ Tennis (3-1)
Boys’ X-C (1-1)
Girls’ X-C (1-2)

School of the Holy Child
Field Hockey (5-1-2)
Soccer (2-6-1)
Volleyball (1-4)
X-C (5-3)

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