The Our Lady of Lourdes High School baseball team picked up its second straight win over Pawling on Saturday, defeating the Tigers 5-3.
The Warriors defeated Pawling 6-3 on Thursday.
Jimmy Papineau led the Lourdes attack on Saturday, going 3 for 4 with a double, an RBI and two runs scored. Pitcher John Stanco picked up the win, striking out three and allowing two earned runs over 5 2/3 innings.
“We played very well and mostly our pitching and defense kept us in it,” Lourdes coach Derrick Damiano said. “Our defense, of late, is showing the hard work we put in all year. We’re doing a good job of playing situational baseball.”
Pawling’s Matt Bellucci was 3 for 4 with two doubles, an RBI and a run scored. He also struck out two and walked one in 42/3 innings.
Yorktown 5, Roy C. Ketcham 4 — The Huskers’ Enrico Corrado hit a walk-off single in the eighth inning. Teammate Frank Fusco pitched a complete game and struck out nine.
Ketcham pushed across three runs in the third inning on a squeeze bunt and an error, and tacked on a run in the fifth inning on a sacrifice fly.
Dylan D’Anna struck out six over 41/3 innings for Ketcham (3-1).
“We didn’t do much to deserve to win this game at all,” Ketcham coach Pat Mealy said. “Yorktown’s pitcher did a great job on the mound and we failed to make adjustments all game.”
Oakwood Friends 13, Darrow 3 — Tehron Durr struck out eight batters over seven innings and was 2 for 3 as the Lions (1-2) won at home.
Ray Gao was 3 for 3 with three RBI for Oakwood Friends. Mickey An was 1 for 3 with a double and two RBI. Gabe Ryan was 2 for 3 with an RBI.
Oakwood Friends hosts Marvelwood on Wednesday at 4 p.m.
Ketcham compiled nine extra-base hits as it defeated host Yorktown 15-1.
Taylor Travis was 5 for 5 for the Indians with a home run, a double and five RBI. Karissa Deluca was 3 for 4 with three doubles and two RBI. Andrea Bombace was 3 for 4 with a home run and four RBI. Emma Savas and Marlene Cuevas each had two hits and an RBI.
Ketcham pitcher Casey Herzog struck out seven and walked one over six innings.
Aidan Burkhard scored three unanswered goals in the second half as Franklin D. Roosevelt erased a halftime deficit to win at home, 4-3 over Wallkill.
Wallkill led 3-1 at halftime. Burkhard scored the game-tying goal with 10 minutes left in the game and the eventual game winner with five minutes left.
“Since taking over the program, I’ve been really trying to stress being a family and playing together,” Roosevelt coach Dan Hushion said. “When you win a game like this, it really shows us coming together and doing anything for each other.”
Alex Makowicki scored Roosevelt’s other goal. Matt Medina made nine saves for the Presidents (3-2), who visit Middletown Wednesday at 4 p.m.
Our Lady of Lourdes 5, Ardsley 2 — Andrew Bulson and Nick Quaid each had two goals and an assist as the host Warriors won back-to-back games for the first time ever.
Christian Keenan added a goal and Stephen Kadnar added an assist for Lourdes (2-3), a second-year program. Jacob Wiegard made 15 saves.
“Our defense played outstanding as we held Ardsley scoreless in the second half,” Lourdes coach Chris Malet said. “The kids are working so hard and it’s great to see them getting results for their efforts.”
Lourdes hosts Albertus Magnus at 4:45 p.m. on Thursday.
Pleasantville 18, Red Hook 3 — Ian Taylor, Drew Zarrella and John Alessi tallied for the host Raiders, who fell to 1-4 with the defeat.
Austin Loeffel made 12 saves for Red Hook.
Girls track and field
John Jay’s Lauren Miller and Allie Tenenyck placed first in the javelin at Cornwall’s Green Dragon Relays. Teammates Jenny Kraft and Ariana Malone placed fourth.
John Jay’s Megan Kohl and Megan Sadowitz were fifth in the high jump. The Patriots’ sprint medley relay team of Ariana Malone, Allie Gusmano, Samantha Mosca and Claire Gomba placed fifth.
Boys track and field
John Jay’s 400-meter relay of Charles Tankeh, Courtney Hunte, Aaron Hamilton and Dante Harris placed fifth in 45.2 seconds at the Green Dragon Relays. The team’s sprint medley relay of Tankeh, Harris, Hamilton and Nikolas Angyal placed fifth in 3:45.2.