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Girls Basketball (6-5)
North Salem 55, Westlake 51
Monday, Jan. 6 (Westlake High School)
A dominant performance by senior co-captain Liz Squire (26 points, 10 rebounds and 7 blocks) propelled the Tigers to a 4-point road victory over Westlake.
Also contributing to the victory were seniors Julia DeSanto (12 points, 5 assists) and Leah Wright (9 points).
North Salem 47, John Jay (Cross River) 40
Thursday, Jan. 9 (North Salem High School)
In the first round of a four-team tournament at North Salem High School, the Tigers scored a big win over visiting John Jay (Cross River).
North Salem entered the fourth quarter down 33-27. They took the lead, 37-36, with just 3:27 to go. Up 40-36 with 90 seconds to go, a board-crashing Megan Wright caught the offensive rebound and laid it up in one smooth motion, all but sealing a North Salem victory.
Liz Squire continued to be a force on both offense and defense. Matching up with Cornell-bound Kendall Miller, a 6-foot-2 forward, Squire put up 19 points, 11 rebounds and 5 blocks. Teammates Julia DeSanto (14 points) and Amanda Marano (9 points) also led the way for North Salem.
Bronxville 42, North Salem 36
Saturday, Jan. 11 (North Salem High School)
North Salem met Bronxville in the championship game of their tournament.
It was a back-and-forth affair for 32 minutes, with North Salem cutting Bronxville’s lead to just 3 with 40 seconds to go. But the Broncos held on, improving their record to 7-2.
North Salem’s Liz Squire (12 points, 10 rebounds, 5 blocks) and Julia DeSanto (11 points) were named All-Tournament.
In the consolation game of the tournament, John Jay defeated Peekskill, 63-38. The tournament was sponsored by the North Salem Booster Club, which also treated community members to a pancake breakfast.
North Salem was scheduled to begin league play at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday (Jan. 14) at Putnam Valley. The Tigers will match up with Valhalla for the third time this season at 6:15 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 16), at the Kensico School. They will wrap up their busy week at 11 a.m. Saturday (Jan. 18), with a home game against Rye Neck.
Boys Basketball (3-6)
Dobby Ferry 53, North Salem 38
Wednesday, Jan. 8 (Dobbs Ferry High School)
North Salem dropped their fourth consecutive game with a 15-point road loss to Dobbs Ferry.
The Tigers shot well from floor (42 percent) but lost the turnover battle, 15 to 8. Dobbs Ferry also made the most of their second-chance opportunities, grabbing 11 offensive rebounds to North Salem’s 4.
Anthony Foglia led the Tigers with 10 points (4-5 FG, 2-4 FT) and 4 rebounds. Steven Herlihy (9 points, 3-3 FG), Shane Waldron (7 points, 2-5 FG, 2-4 FT) and Kevin Ryan (6 points, 3-4 FG) also had solid games.
North Salem 67, Putnam Valley 43
Monday, Jan. 13 (North Salem High School)
North Salem opened league play Monday (Jan. 13) with a decisive home win against league rival Putnam Valley.
Roger Squire (21 points, 8 rebounds, 4 blocks) and Anthony Foglia (14 points, 10 rebounds) had big games for the Tigers.
North Salem is scheduled to travel to Bronxville on 6:15 p.m. Tuesday (Jan. 14) and Edgemont at 11 a.m. Saturday (Jan. 18)
Yorktown 49, Somers/North Salem 33
Wednesday, Jan. 8
Dominic Barrella (North Salem) picked up a win by pin at 99 pounds in Somers/North Salem’s 49-33 loss to host Yorktown.
Also earning wins were Ryan Cole (160, pin), Peter Kim (170, pin), A.J. D’Orazio (182, decision), Mike Rivera (220, pin) and Thomas Gall (285, pin).
Hen Hud Tournament
Saturday, Jan. 11
Barrella, an eighth grader, placed second at the Hendrick Hudson Sailor Classic, falling by pin (3:50) in the 99-pound final to Luca Duva of John Jay (Cross River).
Senior Zach Lupinacci won the 145-pound title, pinning Hen Hud’s Nicholas Cepeda in the finals at 1:19. Rivera placed second at 220 pounds. Cole (160, fifth), an eighth grader, and Michael Daly (132, sixth), a freshman, also placed.
“It was another good learning experience for our young team,” Somers coach Ron DiSanto said. “Zach dominated all day, winning all matches by pin. Rivera and Barrella had very solid days. Dom, Ryan and Daly all placing as eighth-and ninth-graders made a statement that the youth of this team has a bright future.”
The team placed ninth out of 22 squads and had the fourth best winning percentage. They were without Kim and Gall, who sat out to avoid exceeding the maximum number points a wrestler can total in a season. The limit is 20 points (two points for a tournament and one point for a dual meet).
Somers/North Salem is scheduled to compete 4:30 p.m. Tuesday (Jan. 14) at Walter Panas, at 4:30 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 16) at Pawling, and at 9 a.m. Saturday (Jan. 18) at the Westchester City Championships (Yonkers High School).
Monroe-Woodbury 3, BYSNS 2
Friday, Jan. 10 (Ice Time Sports Complex, Newburgh)
The BYSNS were led by Callahan Duff (1G), Matt Mancuso (1G), Carson Brunco (1A), Frankie Vigiletti (1A) and Matt Gergley (19 saves), in a 3-2 loss to Monroe-Woodbury.
“Overall it was a very fast paced game,” said BYSNS co-head coach Joey Bonitatibus. “The team played well but the few mistakes we made, they capitalized on. I’m proud of the way the team is starting to click.”
Rye Town/Harrison 7, BYSNS 0
Monday, Jan. 13 (Playland Ice Casino in Rye)
Rye Town/Harrison blanked the BYSNS, 7-0, with Gergley recording 13 saves and Hawken Hellebo stopping 3 shots for the visitors.
38th Yale Interscholastic Track Classic
Friday, Jan. 10 (Yale University, New Hampshire)
Boys 4x400 (4:06.16, 10 of 11)
• Nicholas DiGiacomo
• Jake Greenberg
• Henry James
• Alexander Laqueur
Girls Distance Medley Relay (13:05.05, 4 of 12)
• Juliette Intrieri (1,200 meter)
• Katie Mogg (400 meter)
• Emma Litchfield (800 meter)
• Ava Jolley (1,600 meter)
Section I League III-C Championships
Sunday, Jan. 12 (Armory Track, New York City)
The girls team finished in fourth place out of seven Section 1 League III-C teams. The boys team finished in seventh place.
Boys 55 Meters (Prelims)
23) Robert Moia, 7.87
Girls 55 Meters (Prelims)
6) Katie Mogg, 7.98
23) Laura Lazri, 9.00
26) Karlie Dell, 9.56
28) Nicole Federice, 10.00
Girls 55 Meters (Finals)
6) Katie Mogg, 7.97
Girls 3,000 Meters
1) Juliette Intrieri, 11:07.31
Boys 1,000 Meters
7) Jake Greenberg, 3:02.98
12) Matt Renda, 3:11.73
13) William Armbruster, 3:11.97
14) Marcus Sarno, 3:12.66
16) Heliomar De Moraes, 3:28.67
17) Aidan Decina, 3:28.92
18) Connor Quadrini, 3:28.99
21) Max Kiederer, 3:38.39
Boys 600 Meters
5) Nick DiGiacomo, 1:30.90
Girls 600 Meters
8) Mia Santis, 1:59.38
9) Emma Litchfield, 2:00.45
Boys 1,600 Meters
8) Henry James, 5:14.27
13) Alexander Laqueur, 5:25.25
19) Aidan Volpe, 5:35.36
25) Ryan Renda, 5:40.95
27) Dylan Quadrini, 5:41.85
Girls 1,500 Meters
1) Ava Jolley, 4:49.64
Boys 300 Meters
15) Nick DiGiacomo, 43.61
20) Robert Moia, 44.71
23) Ryan Renda, 45.20
32) Heliomar De Moraes, 47.18
36) Aidan Decina, 50.58
40) Connor Quadrini, 52.78
42) Max Kiederer, 54.37
Girls 300 Meters
5) Katie Mogg, 45.00
33) Emma Litchfield, 54.93
36) Laura Lazri, 55.71
39) Karlie Dell, 59.30
40) Nicole Federice, 1:02.37