Morning Round-up: Garnets roll against Somers

Rye’s field hockey team picked up their 10th win in 11 games Monday, defeating Somers 6-0 at home on senior night. They’ve outscored opponents 39-1 in their 10 victories.

Olivia Nabhan unleashes a goal-scoring shot

Olivia Nabhan unleashes a goal-scoring shot

Torie Stearns scored two goals and dished three assists, while Olivia Nabhan scored two goals as well. The Garnets led 2-0 at the half, and then unleashed some devastating shots on the Tuskers in the second half. Annie VanWagenen scored off of a short corner, firing a rocket that was the perfect shot in that situation. Nabhan then made a superb play while driving to her right, by letting rip on a shot that found its way into the back left of the goal. Stearns dazzled Somers later in the half, cutting through a red storm of defenders — six in all — by herself to put her team up 5-0.

“We’ve been playing well lately,” said head coach Emily Fitzgerald. “We have some talented players who are great individually and working hard together as a team.”

The Rye girls’ soccer team pushed their unbeaten streak to 20 games — dating back to 2008 — with a second consecutive 3-0 win against Valhalla. The Garnets, 13-0-1 this season, have outscored opponents 48-5 during the streak. Junior Lia Bellizzi scored two goals and Carter Talgo netted one.

In volleyball, the Garnets dropped a 3-0 (25-13, 25-19, 25-8) decision to unbeaten Byram Hills.

Rye Neck’s field hockey team lost to visiting Briarcliff, 6-2. Aly Luiso and Nikki Amatuzzo scored the Panthers’ two goals.

Adam Gutierrez led the Rye Neck boys’ soccer team with two goals, as the Panthers defeated visiting Bronxville 3-1.

Rye Neck’s volleyball team was also victorious. They bested Briarcliff 3-1 (25-22, 21-25, 25-19, 28-26) and were paced by Jackie Galeano’s 12 assists and Guiliana DeAngelis’ six kills.

At the girls’ tennis conference tournament, Rye Neck’s Caroline Lambillotte and Kalypso Buitoni strung together a pair of good wins. They beat Liang and Sun fron Fox Lane 10-6, and then defeated Salko and Dunn from Byram Hills 7-6(5), 7-5. Up next are Erlikh and Chu from Horace Greely in the quarterfinals.

At home against Greens Farms, the RCDS boys’ soccer team won 3-1 thanks to a pair of John Roche goals.

Holy Child’s field hockey squad picked up another win Monday, by going on the road to top Fieldston 3-0. Helen Brosnan scored twice, and Mary Millard added another. Catherine Ann Gray had two assists, and Bridget Cooney and Carrigan Henderson combined for nine saves.

ON TAP TODAY

Rye High School
Girls’ Swimming @ Horace Greeley (at SUNY Purchase), 4:30
Girls’ Soccer vs. Harrison, 4:30

Rye Neck High School
Field Hockey @ Pleasantville, 4:30
Girls’ Soccer vs. Pleasantville, 4:30

Rye Country Day School
Field Hockey @ St. Luke’s, 4
Girls’ Soccer @ Hackley, 4:15

School of the Holy Child
Volleyball @ Greens Farms, 4:15
Soccer vs. Hamden Hall, 4:15

TEAM RECORDS (W-L-T)

Rye High School
Football (5-1)
Field Hockey (10-2-1)
Boys’ Soccer (6-3-4)
Girls’ Soccer (13-0-1)
Girls’ Swim & Dive (6-0)
Volleyball (9-5)
Girls’ Tennis (7-7)
Boys’ X-C (9-1)
Girls’ X-C (10-0)

Rye Neck High School
Football (3-3)
Field Hockey (3-10)
Boys’ Soccer (8-6)
Girls’ Soccer (4-6-1)
Volleyball (9-8)
Girls’ Tennis (9-3)
Boys’ X-C (8-6)
Girls’ X-C (7-5)

Rye Country Day School
Football (3-2)
Field Hockey (4-2)
Boys’ Soccer (4-1-2)
Girls’ Soccer (4-4-2)
Girls’ Tennis (4-3)
Boys’ X-C (1-1)
Girls’ X-C (1-2)

School of the Holy Child
Field Hockey (7-3-3)
Soccer (5-7-1)
Volleyball (3-4)
X-C (8-5)

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