Hen Hud 51, Somers/North Salem 27
Wednesday, Dec. 11

Robert Davidson (170, forfeit), Thomas Gall (285, pin), Dominic Barrella (99, forfeit), Zach Lupinacci (152, forfeit) and Peter Kim (160, decision) picked up wins in Somers/North Salem’s 51-27 loss to host Hendrick Hudson.

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Irvington Tournament
Saturday, Dec. 14

Barrella, a North Salem eighth-grader, placed first at 99 pounds at the first annual Michael Tarulli Memorial Tournament at Irvington High School.

Barrella, who went 5-0 on the day, leads the Tuskers in both wins (12) and pins (9).

“Dom has been dominant so far,” said Somers coach Ron DiSanto. “He is relentless and always on the attack.  The tougher the opponent, the tougher he wrestles. I had never seen him wrestle before this season, since he goes to North Salem, and came up through the Ridgefield youth wrestling program. However, he was brought to my attention and highly recommended by the Section 1 wrestling commissioner Jamie Block. I knew he would be good but did not expect him to thrive like this so quickly.”

Lupinacci (145), Kim (160) and Gall (220) placed second, while Davidson (170) was third.

“Zach, Peter and Thomas had really good days,” DiSanto said. “They each came out with a loss and takeaways they can learn from. Robert Davidson had a breakthrough performance. It was the best I’ve ever seen him wrestle. He always had good technique but his instincts are clicking this season.”

Somers placed fourth overall out of 10 teams.

“It was a balanced team effort,” DiSanto said. “As a whole, the team is hitting their stride. They are wrestling with something to prove and working hard to make a name for our team this season.”

Girls Basketball (0-4)

Pearl River 45, Somers 37
Tuesday, Dec. 10

Dani DiCintio scored 14 points in Somers’ 45-37 loss to host Pearl River.

Horace Mann 47, Somers 35
Friday, Dec. 13

In the opening round of the 24th annual Michael DePaoli Memorial Basketball Tournament, Somers fell to Horace Mann, 47-35.

DiCintio (12 points), Emily Arena (9 points) and Jordan May (8 points) led the Tuskers.

Somers went 1 for 14 from the foul line in the first half.

Mahopac 51, Somers 46
Saturday, Dec. 14

DiCintio scored a game-high 25 points in Somers’ 51-46 loss to Mahopac in the consolation game of the tournament. She was named to the All-Tournament team.

The Tuskers trailed 39-28 after three quarters but rallied to cut the deficit to 47-46 with a minute to play. Mahopac, however, made its free throws to close the game out.

Arena and Taylor Penzo added 6 points apiece.

Indoor Track and Field

Arlington Weight Invitational
Friday, Dec. 13

Somers’ Brian Luciano won the weight throw at the Arlington Weight Invitational with a toss of 44-8 3/4. Teammate Sam Rivilis was third (41-5 1/2).

Leading the girls in the weight throw was Megan Spencer, who placed second (32-1 1/2). Katherine Velardo took third (31-8 1/4).

Jim Mitchell Invitational
Saturday, Dec. 14

Emily Heese won the pole vault with a 10-9 at the Jim Mitchell Invitational at the Armory Track and Field Center.

Sabina Somoza was fifth in the long jump (14-10). Clare Keane placed seventh in the high jump (4-8) and Nieve Mahood was eighth in the 600 meters (1:43.93).

Peter MacNeil and Cole Willman paced the boys team, placing fifth and sixth, respectively, in the 600 meters. MacNeil crossed the finish line in 1:28.16 with Willman a split-second behind him (1:28.21).

Hockey (2-4)

Rye 6, BYSNS 0
Wednesday, Dec. 11

Matt Gergley made 27 saves for the BYSNS in their 6-0 loss to Rye at Playland Ice Casino.