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One was all it took for the Dover girls soccer team to defeat visiting Webutuck 1-0 Thursday. Hailey Brown scored for the Dragons with eight minutes to go in the game. Beacon 3, Our Lady of Lourdes 0: At Beacon, Analiese Compagnone, Eliza Ericson and Reanna Cader scored for the Bulldogs to clinch the Conference 2 League E title. Rhinebeck 2, Spackenkill 0: At Rhinebeck, Stephanie Cassens and Samantha McCLenahan each had a goal and an assist for the Hawks. Teammate Dani Amidon made three saves.
The Red Hook boys soccer team shuts out Valhalla 2-0 Monday in the 4th Annual Section 1 vs. Section 9 day in soccer at Lakeland High School. Colin Sullivan had a goal and an assist for the Raiders. Jason Allen scored the other goal. Teammate Ryan Hobson made five saves. Arlington 3, North Rockland 1: At North Rockland, Mike Vanikiotis, Chris O’Brien and Francon Colantuono scored for the Admirals. Teammate Kevin Klausz made five total saves, including on a penalty kick.
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