Baseball: Tappan Zee wins first league title since 1984; more results

Baseball: Tappan Zee wins first league title since 1984; more results

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Baseball: Tappan Zee wins first league title since 1984; more results

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Pelham 4, Yonkers 3: At Yonkers Wednesday, in the top of the seventh with one out, the Pelicans had bases loaded Michael Murray got on base via a ground out to second and Greg Singelbaum scored the go-ahead run. Ray Schmahl had double and came around to score in the bottom of the sixth inning to tie it up for the Bulldogs.

Hackley 2, Trinity 0: At Trinity Wednesday, Austin Disher pitched a two-hitter shoutout with seven strikeouts. Robert Scherl had a RBI.

Port Chester 12, Harrison 9: At Harrison Wednesday, Kyle Drummond and Mike Iantorno each had two RBI and a double. Trevor Chambless added two RBI. Austin Pollack had two RBI and two doubles for the Huskies.Matt Baker had two RBI, a double and a triple.

Pleasantville 9, Croton-Harmon 2: At Croton Wednesday, Drew Marino went 2 for 2 with a sac fly, a walk, and five RBI. Steven Sicignano drove in two runs. Izaak Cohen went 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI for the Tigers.

Keio 4, Blind Brook 0: At Keio Wednesday, Kenta Nishiyama pitched a three-hitter, allowing two walks, and struck out four facing 25 batters to take the win. Riku Kawada drove in a run. Eric Handelman allowed an earned run, four hits, and two walks in six innings and struck out four for the Trojans in the loss.

Yorktown 3, Lakeland 1: At Yorktown Wednesday, Frank Frusco pitched a complete game giving one earned run with eight strikeouts. Joe Pietropaulo had two RBI and Ricky Corrado went 2 for 3 with a RBI.

Fox Lane 13, Rye 6: At Fox Lane Wednesday, Anthony Shkrelja went 2 for 4 with a home run and four RBI for the Foxes. Richard Slenker went 3 for 4 with a double, a home run, and three RBI. Brendan Tripodi had a three-run home run for the Garnets.

Horace Greeley 5, Port Chester 1: At Greeley Wednesday, Paul Gadaleta pitch a complete game giving up one run with eight strikeouts. Harris Miller had two RBI. Dan D’Auria, Risten Clarke and Jon Renzulli each had a RBI. Jose Gonzalez had a RBI for the Rams.

Sleepy Hollow 2, Dobbs Ferry 0: At Dobbs Ferry Wednesday, winning pitcher Alec Stoll tossed a five-hitter with 12 strikeouts. Peter Pena doubled and had an RBI and Inmer Rosado had an RBI.

John Jay 5, Carmel 1: At John Jay Wednesday, Sam Mines pitched a complete game giving up five hits and one run. Alec Brown went 2 for 3 with two RBI and run. Mike Palmiero had one RBI for the Rams.

Haldane 3, Poughkeepsie 2: At Haldane Wednesday, Ryan Koval tossed a two-hitter and Stephen Zayls knocked in a run for the Blue Devils.

Somers 22, Brewster 11: At Somers Wednesday, Adam Jacobs was 3 for 4 with a double and five RBI. Teammate Dom Mignoli had a double, a home run and three RBI. Joe Scambia was 3 for 5 with a double, a home run, and two RBI. Sean Fitzgerald had a double and three RBI for the Bears.

Eastchester 16, Yonkers 0, 5: At Yonkers, Greg Satriale drove in four runs and Kevin Krippel, Devin Merone and Mike Milo each drove in a pair for the Eagles. Marc Medico gave up one hit in earning the victory.

Albertus Magnus 5, Pearl River 3: At Albertus Magnus Wednesday, Owen Lorenz went 2 for 2 with a RBI, a double and a run. Daniel Lopez and Rob Otaviano each had two RBI. John Doherty had two RBI and Pat Gannon had one for the Pirates.

Rye Neck 4, Valhalla 1: At Valhalla Wednesday, Mark Franks pitch a complete game giving up one earned run with six strikeouts. Franks also had a home run and two RBI from the plate. Thomas Pipolo had a RBI. Louis Ingrassia pitched seven innings giving up four runs with 10 strikeouts for the Vikings. Sergio Osorio had a RBI.

Hastings 5, Edgemont 3: At Edgemont Wednesday, Nico Selemon had a double and an RBI. Nick Pottenburg, Adam Meyerson and Ross Kantor each had an RBI for the Panthers.

Mahopac 11, Putnam Valley 3: At Mahopac Wednesday, John Delahanty went 2 for 2 with two RBI, two runs and a double. Mike Komendowski went 2 for 3 with three RBI and a run. Dylan Jorde had two RBI. John Meagle had two RBI for the Tigers. Kyle Kuttruf went 3 for 4 with a RBI.

Keio 8, Blind Brook 0: At Blind Brook, Takumi Yokoyama struck out 13 to pick up the win.Taka Miyairi and Seiichiro Usui each drove in two runs.

Fox Lane 15, Rye 4: At Rye, Matt Oniffrey had a home run and five RBI. Mark Shkrelja had four RBI and twin brother Anthony Shkelja added three RBI. Brendan Tripodi had a double and an RBI.

Saunders 5, Riverside 4: At Saunders, Rob Liptak had the game-tying RBI single in the bottom of the seventh and scored the winning run when Jovan Claudio walked with the bases loaded. Mauriel Batista had two RBI for Riverside.

Nanuet 9, Nyack 7: At Nyack, Cody Fitzgerald had four RBI and Matt Dillon added two RBI for Nanuet. Chuck Olsen had two doubles and two RBI for Nyack.

Tappan Zee 5, Pearl River 1: At Pearl River, Dan Citardi threw a complete game in his first start of the season to help the Dutchmen clinch their first League IV-B title since 1984. Mike Barbato had two sac flies, while Mike Mante and Brendan Hauser each went 2 for 4 with an RBI. Conor Ocasal and Chris Flood each had two hits for the Pirates.

Clarkstown North 12, Clarkstown South 0: At Clarkstown South, Josh Forman had a triple, a home run and six RBI. Josh Sharan and Kevin Kolesar each had a double and an RBI. Robert Donnelly pitched a three-hitter for the Rams. Joe Caruso had two hits for the Vikings.

Rye Neck 8, Valhalla 1: At Rye Neck, Matt Franks had four RBI, Chris Pennell had two RBI and Matt Garcia tossed a two-hitter with six strikeouts for the Panthers. Louis Ingrassia drove in the Vikings’ run.

Mamaroneck 10, Mount Vernon 1: At Mount Vernon, Connor Bingham had a double and two RBI. Teammate Richie Barella had two RBI. Nazam Gafoor had an RBI for the Knights.

Ardsley 6, Hastings 5: At Hastings, Joe DeGuardia had two hits, scored twice and had two RBI for the Pantehrs. Eric Scaperotta drove in a run and got the win, yielding no earned runs in six-and-a-third innings. Jake Karmel scored two runs and had an RBI for the Yellow Jackets.

Westlake 15, Edgemont 3: At Westlake, Phil Cohen and Anthony Rotunno each homered. Cohen finished with five RBI, while Rotunno went 3 for 3 with two RBI and four runs scored. Brendan Duane pitched a complete game with six strikeouts for the win. Ben Levy homered for the Panthers.

Bronxville 9, Gorton 3: At Bronxville, Jack Braumuller pitched a five-hitter allowing one earned run and struck out three for the Broncos. Braumuller drove in a run. Nicol Doukas went 3 for 4 and drove in three runs. Teammate Graham Klimley went 4 for 4 and drove in two.

White Plains 4, Harrison 1; At White Plains, Lukas Rapetti allowed no earned runs and struck out seven to pick up the win and Chris Medeot had two hits and an RBI for the Tigers. Tyler Hart had two hits and scored a run for the Huskies.

Horace Greeley 7, Port Chester 2: At Port Chester, Quinn Carter had three RBI. Brayden Schiffman and Adam Quine each had an RBI. Kyle Drummond had an RBI for the Rams.

Pleasantville 11, St. Raymonds 6: At Pleasantville, James Leyden had three RBI. Drew Marino, Dan Cahill and Nick Greto had two RBI.

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