The Varsity Girls’ Lacrosse team kicked
off their first varsity season with a scrimmage against Ossining.
Sleepy Hollow finished the scrimmage 6-3. Angela Martello scored 2
goals, and In-hye Erstling had a goal for the Horsemen. The team has
only one returning defender in Jennifer Lopez. She is doing an
outstanding job pulling the defense together. The rest of the defense
consists of 3 freshmen. They are all collectively playing well for
Sleepy Hollow, considering it is their first year playing lacrosse.
Maggie Schnog does an incredible job connecting upfield to the offense
and controlling the draw. The team has a lot to look forward to this
season. There will be a scrimmage at Putnam Valley High School at
4:30pm on Wednesday, March 28th. ([posted 3/28/07)
Thursday, May 11th the Sleepy Hollow Girls' Lacrosse Team stretched its
record to 7-4 for the season with a win over Harrison 9-6.
Maggie Schnog led for the day with 2 goals and 1 assist.
Maggie consistently maintained control on the draw to lead the
Horsemen. Angela Martello and
Melissa Smutek each had 2 goals. In-hye
Erstling had a goal and an assist. Finally,
Emma Venturini and Diana Faustino had a goal each.
finished with a career high of 18 saves in goal.
She truly dominated in goal and created a strong defensive presence
for the team. (Posted
Girls' Lacrosse Team came out strong against Bronxville on Wednesday, May
17th to win 15-7. After
losing the previous year by scores of 15-2 and 13-1, Sleepy Hollow
certainly had something to prove. And
that they did! The first half finished with a score of 6-3.
The Horsemen came out with a mission-driven attitude to succeed.
Angela Martello finished with a career high 7 goals and 1 assist. Also leading the Horsemen was In-hye Erstling who had 2 goals
and 1 assist. Diana Faustino
finished with 2 goals, Roza Moshi had a goal and an assist, and Lauren
Chin, Leigh Mignogna, and Melissa Smutek all had a goal for Sleepy Hollow. Maggie Schnog had an assist while also contributing to draw
control of 18-4. Emma
Venturini and Diana Faustino played well for the Horsemen.
Maria Martello finished with 8 saves in goal. Come watch the Horsemen finish the season on Friday, May 19th
vs. Rye at 4:30pm at Sleepy Hollow. (Posted
Sleepy Hollow JV Girls' Lacrosse team faced off against Briarcliff High
School on Wednesday, May 10th and finished ahead 13-12.
The Horsemen were leading at the half by a score of 8-6.
Strong defensive efforts were made by Jennifer Lopez, Cathy Garro,
and Sarah Campbell. Leading
scorer for the day was Angela Martello with four goals.
Maggie Schnog finished with four points consisting of two goals and
two assists. Diana Faustino
had two goals and one assist. Emma
Venturini finished scoring one goal and one assist.
The success of the team was truly based on the even distribution of
efforts on the field. Melissa Smutek, In-hye Erstling, Roza Bauer-Moshi, Anna Oliva,
and Lauren Chin all scored a goal for the Horsemen. Maria Martello had 13 saves, making this the third game in
which she had saves in the double digits.
Good job Horsemen! The
girls are now 6-4 and look to take on Harrison at home on Thursday, May
11th @ 4:30pm. (Posted 5/11/2006)
Friday, May 5th, the JV Girls' Lacrosse Team fell to Pleasantville by a
score of 11-13. The Horsemen were down at the half 5-8. Emma
Venturini came back to score 2 of her 3 goals in the second half.
Emma finished with a game and career high of 3 goals.
Melissa Smutek had 2 goals and 1 assist. Anna Oliva also had two
goals after returning last week from a lower back injury. Angela
Martello and Maggie Schnog both had a goal and an assist. Natalie
Apuzzo and Leigh Mignogna also had a goal for the Horsemen. Maggie
Schnog played her best game of the season with poise at the
midfield and maintaining control of the draw throughout the game.
Maria Martello finished with 6 saves, and Bianca Bucci had 3. The
Horsemen face Byram Hills at Sleepy Hollow at 4:30pm, on Monday, May 8th.
JV Girls’ Lacrosse Team finished on top (7-6) in an amazing game against
on Thursday, April 27th. Diana
Faustino and Leigh Mignogna led the Horsemen with two goals each.
Natalie Apuzzo played strong offensively with one goal and an
assist. Melissa Smutek and
In-hye Erstling each had a goal, while Maggie
finished with one assist offensively.
Maria Martello played another strong game in goal with 13 saves.
She has had two consecutive games with double digit saves.
The Horsemen held strong to maintain their lead throughout the
second half. As Edgemont
closed the gap, Sleepy Hollow regained composure and maintained control
until the final whistle. Jennifer
Lopez played an exceptional game for the defense, working hard to control
the midfield play. Our record
is currently 5-3. The
Horsemen host Rye on
May 2nd @ 4:30pm. (Posted
Headless Horsemen battled North Salem on Wednesday, April 26th finishing
with a score of 6-12. Jennifer Lopez and Alee Praino made great
efforts defensively. Liz David, Leigh Mignogna, Paola Urgiles, and
Jessica Nunez also played strong for the defense to hold North Salem to 6
less goals than the previous game. Maria Martello had her best game
of the season finishing with 18 saves in goal, a school record.
Angela Martello led the Horsemen with 2 goals. Diana Faustino,
Maggie Schnog, In-hye Erstling, and Roza Moshi all had a goal for Sleepy
Hollow. Sarah Campbell had her first assist of the season. The
JV Girls’ Lacrosse Team is now 4-3 for the season. Our next match
up is Thursday, April 27th against Edgemont High School. (Posted
Thursday, April 20th The Girls’ JV Lacrosse Team won their
4th game of the season against Pelham with a score of 11-4.
The team has surpassed the team record of 2 wins from the previous
season in Girls Lacrosse. Junior Captain Angela Martello continues to lead the offense
with 3 goals and one assist. Two
goals were scored by Maggie Schnog and Melissa Smutek.
Diana Faustino had a goal and an assist. In-hye Erstling and Carol Ann Bender scored a goal each for
the Horsemen. Finally, Roza
Moshi had a goal and two assists, while Leigh Mignogna finished with an
assist. Maria Martello held
strong in goal with four saves. As
the Horsemen continue to grow, we would love for you to come see us in
action. We will be at home on Monday, April 24th at 4:30pm. (Posted
The JV Girls' Lacrosse Team is back and ready to go!
They hit the road to Albertus Magnus and had an incredibly
successful trip. The team was
down 4-5 at the half. But
with maintaining control of the draw consistently, the Horsemen pulled
away in the second half, finishing with a score of 9-5.
Angela Martello led with three goals and one assist.
Melissa Smutek scored two goals and a game high of two assists.
Diana Faustino also scored two goals for Sleepy Hollow.
Leigh Mignogna and Maggie Schnog scored one goal a piece.
Goalie Maria Martello had a save for the Horsemen.
Liz David and Jennifer Lopez played a strong game defensively.
The Team will be hosting Pelham on Thursday, April 20th. (Posted
Sleepy Hollow JV Girls' Lacrosse pulled ahead in the second half to finish
13-4 against Nanuet. It was a
well-rounded game for the Horsemen. Everyone
contributed on the field. Angela
Martello led with three goals and two assists.
Melissa Smutek, and In-hye Erstling each had two goals. Roza Bauer-Moshi, Paola Urgiles, Leigh Mignogna, and Diana
Faustino each had a goal for the Horsemen.
Key contributors also included Cathy Garro, Liz David, Jennifer
Lopez, and Maggie Schnog. Maria
Martello had four saves in goal. Overall,
the team showed dedication and commitment to the team, themselves, and
helping each other pull together. The
girls will face Albertus Magnus on the road on Wednesday, April 19th.
April 6th, the Sleepy Hollow Girls' Lacrosse Team fell to North
18-6. The Horsemen had a
strong half trailing 9-5. Angela
with 2 goals for the Horsemen. In-hye
Erstling and Diana Faustino both
goal and an assist for Sleepy Hollow.
Freshman Bianca Bucci had a
high of 7 saves in goal. Maria Martello also had 5 saves as goalie.
JV Girls' Lacrosse Team will be playing at Nanuet on Friday, April 7th.
The Sleepy Hollow Girls' Lacrosse Team played
a strong game against Pleasantville High School to come away with their
first win of the season with a score of 7-3. Angela Martello led the
scoring with 5 goals for the Horsemen. Maggie Schnog had two
goals and an assist. The Horsemen defense demonstrated teamwork,
communication, and hustle. Sarah Campbell, Leigh Mignogna, Liz
David, and Paola Urgiles all played well for the defense. In goal,
Maria Martello walked away with 11 saves, a game high for the Horsemen.
The team will be playing at home against North Salem on Thursday, April
6th. (Posted 4/6/2006)
spring season we started a new modified girls’ lacrosse program.
We are looking to extend our program and get the younger girls
involved and interested. Although
we only have 15 girls on our roster this season, we are all still very
anxious and excited for our first season together and hope to build a
solid foundation for the Sleepy Hollow Girls’ Lacrosse Program.
Sleepy Hollow Girls' Lacrosse Team opened the season yesterday with a
battle against Pearl River. The team fell to Pearl River 7-5.
With over 20 players beginning their first season of lacrosse this year,
the team pulled together and played a strong 50 minutes.
Sleepy Hollow defense played an amazing game with Maria Martello in goal.
She had over 8 saves in goal. The offense battled hard with Angela
Martello leading the group with 3 goals. Roza Bauer-Moshi and Diana
Faustino both scored a goal. Maggie Schnog and In-hye Erstling both
had an assist.
Come see the 2006 Girls' Lacrosse team play! The team will be at
Pleasantville on Monday, April 3rd @4:30pm. Thank you for your
support! Go Horsemen!!!
Welcome to Sleepy Hollow Girls Lacrosse!
This is the second season of girl’s lacrosse at sleepy hollow high
school. The program is continuously working on growth, increasing
knowledge of sport, and enhancing athleticism. In 2005, Sleepy Hollow
started their 1st season of girl’s lacrosse at the Junior Varsity
level. By 2006, a modified team had been added to the
program. Finally, by 2007, Sleepy Hollow plans to have a Modified,
Junior Varsity, and Varsity squad.
The 2006 Junior Varsity team consists of 31
female athletes ranging from 8th-12th grade. The team has 11 returning
players from 2005. Our team is very excited and dedicated to enjoying a
great season, having fun, learning the game, and building
We look forward
to having fans attend our games, so please come check us out... we're on