North Salem High School Homecoming weekend sports recap

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Photo by Benjamin Allen, HudValley Photo

Homecoming games at North Salem High School Saturday were filled with dramatic action on the fields and in the gym. Tiger teams experienced some thrilling wins, some unfortunate, heartbreaking losses, and nonstop school spirit from athletes, fans and families alike.

Read on for game recaps and photos.

Varsity Field Hockey vs. Yorktown

North Salem was victorious over Yorktown 2-1. Emily Collura and Skyler Bender both scored for the Tigers, and Molly Vidella had both assists.

Photo by Benjamin Allen, HudValley Photo
Photo by Benjamin Allen, HudValley Photo
Photo by Benjamin Allen, HudValley Photo

Varsity Boys Soccer vs.Putnam Valley

The boys, led by coach Ron Hendrie, won 4-0 over Putnam Valley. Goal scorers included Alex Zoubok, assisted by Caleb Elias; Caleb Elias, assisted by Alex Zoubok; Tommy Coughlan; and Alex Zoubok, assisted by Nicholas Naber.

Photo by Sergej Zoubok
Photo by Sergej Zoubok
Photo by Sergej Zoubok

Varsity Girls Soccer vs. Westlake

The girls lost 2-0 to Westlake. Coach Bob Martin described it as “a hard fought game that we came up short on unfortunately.”

Photo by Sergej Zoubok
Photo by Sergej Zoubok
Photo by Sergej Zoubok

Varsity Volleyball vs. Rye Neck

There was a lot of back and forth across the net, with the Tigers coming from behind to tie the 5th set, but falling short in the end 13-15. Final was Rye Neck 3, North Salem 2.

Photo by Benjamin Allen, HudValley Photo
Photo by Benjamin Allen, HudValley Photo
Photo by Benjamin Allen, HudValley Photo

JV Game Recaps

JV Girls Soccer vs. Westlake

The JV girls, playing a person down, fell to Westlake 2-0. Coach Andy Pelosi described the team’s effort as a “ gutsy performance” with just eight players on the field. The team’s record is 3-2. 

JV Boys Soccer vs. Alexander Hamilton

The boys walked away with a resounding victory , scoring 9 goals and shutting out  

Alexander Hamilton.

JV Volleyball vs. Rye Neck

The girls won in two sets  over Rye Neck.

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