Sports wrap-up

Red Hook loses, Rhinebeck wins in lacrosse Red Hook closed the season with a disappointing 10-4 loss to Pine Bush May 16 after their home win against Saugerties; they finish the season 7-8 overall, but a stately 6-3 in Section IX, Class C. They face a tougher battle than they’re accustomed to for the Class title.

Rhinebeck keyed its first-ever program win against New Paltz on May 6, winning 10-5, and once more against O’Neill on May 17, winning 9-7. They are 2-9 on the season.

Rhinebeck, Red Hook baseball each win 2 out of 3 Red Hook beat Rondout Valley on May 2, 12-0, and Marlboro on May 14, 5-2, and fell to Highland, 5-1, on May 6. They are 8-6 on the season. Rhinebeck baseball is 12-6 after their loss at the MHAL tournament. The Hawks fell to Spackenkill on May 10, 2-0, and beat Coleman on May 13, 4-1, as well as Ellenville on May 6, 5-3.

Rhinebeck in a losing softball streak Rhinebeck lost 15-3 to Ellenville on May 6, 6-2 to Spackenkill on May 10, and 10-8 in eight innings to Pine Plains on May 15. They fall to 4-4 on the season. Red Hook lost to Highland, 3-0, on May 6 and Marlboro, 13-2, on May 14. They beat Saugerties, 9-1, on May 15 and are sitting on an 11-5 record.

Red Hook, Rhinebeck teams on track for some wins
At a triangular meet on May 7, the Red Hook boys beat Coleman, 96-44, and fell to Dover, 84-57. The girls beat Dover, 70-69, and Coleman, 92-43. The girls are 4-1 in league, and the boys are 2-3. At the MHAL Finals on April 19, Red Hook girls came in 7th overall in team scores and Rhinebeck girls finished 16th. Grace Weisbecker of Red Hook placed first in the pole vault competition and second in the 100 hurdles. Rhinebeck girls placed third in the 3200 relay. On the boys side, Red Hook finished 13th and Rhinebeck finished sixth. Rhinebeck’s Dave Williams finished third in the 800. Rhinebeck’s Zach Karas finished second in the 3200, in front of Red Hook’s Declan Dwyer-McNulty.

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