Varsity Scoreboard

Football

Poughkeepsie 32, Beacon 30
Haldane 30, Pawling 14

Class D State Tournament
Section 1 Final: No. 2 Haldane vs. No. 1 Tuckahoe
Nov. 3, 4 p.m., Mahopac High School

Volleyball

Haldane 3, North Salem 0
Haldane 3, Putnam Valley 1
Haldane 3, Pawling 0
Lourdes 3, Beacon 2

Class A State Tournament
No. 17 Harrison 3, No. 16 Beacon 1

Class C State Tournament
No. 3 Keio at No. 2 Haldane, Nov. 3

Sophomore setter Melissa Rodino (13) reaches for the top of the net during Haldane’s 3-0 loss to Ossining on Oct. 14. The Blue Devils (14-7) finished the season with three straight wins and will host Keio in the Section 1, Class C semifinals on Nov. 3. (Photo by Ross Corsair)

Boys’ Soccer

Class A State Tournament
Beacon 1, Nanuet 1 (Beacon advances, 4-3, on penalties)
Beacon 2, Pearl River 0
Zack Cader (1), Ebow Simpson (1)
Byram Hills 2, Beacon 1 (OT)
Beacon finishes 16-2-1

Class C State Tournament
No. 1 Solomon Schechter 3, No. 4 Haldane 1
Haldane finishes 4-13

Girls’ Soccer

Class A State Tournament
Beacon 5, Sleepy Hollow 0
Eliza Ericson (2)
Tappan Zee 5, Beacon 0
Bulldogs finish 10-6-2

Class C State Tournament
Haldane 5, Hamilton 0
Section 1 Final: No. 2 Haldane vs. No. 4 Pawling
Oct. 29, 2:30 p.m., Arlington High School

Tennis

Beacon 6, Brewster 1
Beacon 4, Brewster 3
Bulldogs finish 8-8

Cross Country

Section 1 Coaches Invitational

17. Shannon Ferri, Haldane (22:34)
24. Taylor Farrell, Haldane (23:20.20)

Section 1 League Championships

10. Marisa Mourgues, Beacon (26:51.50)
15. Anita Martin, Beacon (29:33)

2. Jayen Lare, Beacon (17:19.80)
3. Ryan Cory, Beacon (17:21.80)

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