Tyler Bruno hit a two-out double in the top of the seventh inning, scoring Manny Boccini for the go-ahead run in Arlington High School’s 2-1 victory over Lakeland in Shrub Oak on Wednesday.
Bruno pitched the first five innings as Arlington’s starter, allowing four hits and one earned run, before Dan Mahoney (1-0) came in for the final two innings, allowing one walk and no hits.
Arlington struck first, taking the lead on a Dan Schweitzer sacrifice fly to score Kyle Dinges in the second inning, before giving back a run in the bottom half of the inning.
“It was a very good baseball game today,” Arlington coach Al Hammell said. “We just played a good Lakeland team and found a way to win the game in the end.”
Arlington (5-1) will host Brewster on Saturday.
Roy C. Ketcham 15, Carmel 6 — Jordan Bishop went 3 for 4 with six RBI as the host Indians won.
Mark Joao went 2 for 5 with three RBI for Ketcham (4-2). Jesse Hayes went 2 for 4 with four RBI.
Ketcham hosts Clarkstown South at noon on Saturday.
Rhinebeck 12, John A. Coleman Catholic 0 — Kory Hutchins tossed his second complete-game shutout in as many starts this season, striking out nine and allowing four hits, as host Rhinebeck improved to 5-0.
Hutchins (2-0) has allowed 10 hits this season.
Nick Hoynes and Sam Tigges each had two hits, with Hoynes scoring three runs and Tigges scoring two. Will Burns, Joe Naglieri, Eric Rodriguez, Tigges and Hutchins all doubled for the Hawks.
Rhinebeck hosts Webutuck today.
Our Lady of Lourdes 7, Putnam Valley 5 — The visiting Warriors compiled a season-high 16 base hits — 14 of them singles — leading to the victory and raising Lourdes’ record to 5-3 on the season.
“Our offense really bailed us out,” said head coach Derrick Damiano, adding his Lourdes batters have put in extra time recently to improve their hitting. “The boys have been working so extremely hard, so it’s nice to see it pay off.”
Alex O’Connor (two runs, two RBI) went 4 for 5 to pace the victors.
Tim Costigan (RBI) and Ben Brady (two runs) each contributed three hits for Lourdes, which travels to Carmel on Wednesday.
Spackenkill 23, Webutuck 3 — Nine different Spartans contributed one hit apiece, as the visitors scored in every inning, save the first.
Spackenkill finished with nine hits and 15 walks, capitalizing on the home team’s six errors. The Spartans scored six runs in both the second and third innings, taking a 12-0 lead.
Freshmen Hunter Coulthard and Chris Reed contributed two hits apiece for the Warriors (0-5), who travel to Rhinebeck today.
Marlboro 3, Red Hook 2 — Matt Winkler’s 3-for-4 performance, which included a double and an RBI, helped the Iron Dukes win on the road.
Four other Marlboro batters finished with one hit each.
Six different Raiders contributed hits, including a triple by leadoff batter Tyler Rotolo. Red Hook fell to 1-3 on the year.
Arlington B 4, Hendrick Hudson 3 — Angelo Magliocca came up with the game-winning RBI, breaking a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the sixth, part of a three-run inning that helped the Admirals improve to 3-3 overall.
Jason Santiago went 2 for 3 for Arlington, which plays Beacon at Dutchess Stadium in Fishkill today.
Pawling 7, Peekskill 2 — Mark Miller tossed the first four innings of the win before Bill Reynolds finished the job.
Offensively, Reynolds went 3 for 4 with a triple and two runs scored, while Ryan Christian and Taylor Folchetti each had two hits.
Pawling (3-5) hosts Franklin D. Roosevelt on Saturday.
Pine Plains 10, Millbrook 9 — Trailing by three runs after six stanzas, the Bombers scored four runs in the top of the seventh to win.
Connor Kyle hit a home run for the Blazers, who fell to 1-3 overall.
Somers 15, Beacon 8 — Andrew Grella finished with four base hits, including a triple, and teammate Tony Romanelli (two RBI) added three hits, but their Bulldogs fell to 2-3 overall with the road loss.
Down 5-1 after 2 ½ innings, the hosts scored 14 runs in four innings to prevail.
Beacon finished with 16 base hits, one more than Somers. The Bulldogs made six errors in the field.
Ellenville 7, Dover 6 — Greg Boettcher went 3 for 4 with two runs scored, and Kyle Bradshaw went 2 for 4 with three RBI in the, but the visiting Dragons’ (2-3) loss.