Mark Weaver struck out seven over seven innings Friday, helping the Poughkeepsie High School baseball team beat Peekskill 2-1.
“He just hit his spots and had command of all his pitches,” head coach Mark Bianco said after the Pioneers improved to 4-9.
“He threw strikes, and he did a fantastic job for us.”
Weaver (1-1) didn’t walk a batter in the complete game, needing just 72 pitches to prevail.
He gave up just a seventh-inning run after Poughkeepsie scored runs in the first and third.
Matt Romer was 2 for 3 with an RBI for the Pioneers.
Marlboro 10, Rhinebeck 2 — Justin Votta had three hits and four RBI as the host Iron Dukes defeated the Hawks.
Matt Winkler and John Morradian each had two hits and an RBI for Marlboro (5-8).
Matt Tamburri had a hit and an RBI and scored three runs.
Marlboro pitcher Jackson Segnit allowed two hits over 51/3 innings to pick up the win.
Kory Hutchins had a hit and an RBI for Rhinebeck (9-4).
Arlington B 5, Putnam Valley 4 — The Admirals won on a walk-off single by Garrett Murray in the bottom of the seventh.
Brian Monroe threw two innings of scoreless relief to pick up the win. Corey Savage was 2 for 4, and Murray contributed two hits as the designated hitter.
“It shows that our team may have been down, but it’s a credit to our players that we didn’t give up,” winning co-coach Chris Narewski said.
“By the end of the game, we started to manufacture runs in the right spot.”
Arlington B (5-7) plays in the Dawgfest Tournament at Beacon on Sunday.
Highland 9, Sullivan West 7 — Joe Pugliese had two hits and three RBI for the visiting Huskies in a non-league win.
Valley Central 8, Franklin D. Roosevelt 7 — Valley Central’s Tom Cronin had a walk-off RBI single in the ninth inning as the visiting Presidents lost in extra innings.
Nick Rand and Jon Bixby had two hits and an RBI apiee. Matt Steigerwald hit a two-run home run for the Presidents (11-4) in the sixth inning to give Roosevelt a 7-6 lead. Valley Central tied the score on an unearned run in the seventh inning.
Roosevelt hosts New Paltz at 4:15 p.m. on Monday.
Walter Panas 3, Beacon 2 — The host Panthers’ Pat Rucci hit a walk-off, two-run double to sink the Bulldogs.
Tony Romanelli hit a solo home run in the first inning for Beacon (6-4), which hosts the Spring Bash on Sunday at Fishkill’s Dutchess Stadium. Nick DiNapoli added two hits for Beacon.
Walter Panas is 7-6.
Red Hook 12, Rondout Valley 0 — Nate Tomlinson tossed a two-hit shutout as the visiting Raiders defeated the Ganders in Mid-Hudson Athletic League play late Thursday.
Dylan Snow was 4 for 4 with three RBI for the Raiders. A.J. Coolbaugh was 3 for 4.
Red Hook hosts Highland at 4:15 p.m. on Monday.
Saugerties 4, New Paltz 3 — Steve Branche had two hits late Thursday, and Brian Pesavento had two RBI, but the visiting Huguenots lost to the Sawyers in MHAL play.
Jenny Caoili scored three goals for the visiting Arlington Admirals, who received two more goals from Taryn Murphy, but lost at Putnam Valley, 14-9.
Arlington (5-6) travels to playLakeland/Panas tonight.
Saugerties 17, Highland 4 — The Huskies’ Savannah Caso and Sarah Prione each contributed a goal, and Sam Mazzella scored twice for host Highland (0-8) in a losing effort.
In Red Hook’s 5-0 win at Highland, the Raiders’ Jonas Lindholm-Uzzi defeated Darshan Rammohan, 6-2, 6-1, at first singles of an MHAL victory.
Other singles winners for Red Hook were Joe Bryant and Sam Laing.
The Raiders (9-1) also swept the doubles matches with wins for Brian Messmer and Ethan Longenecker and Templeton Kay and Christian Roehmier.
Highland is 5-5.
Late Thursday, Red Hook beat host Rondout Valley 5-0, winning each match in straight sets.
Spackenkill 3, Rhinebeck 2 — The Spartans (7-2) swept the two doubles matches and added a third-singles victory from Shawn Kollesar to win on the road.
Carol Tyson and Aaron Hoffman won singles matches for the Hawks, who fell to 6-2.
Yorktown 5, Beacon 2 — Michael Knowles and Brett Gallio won singles matches in straight sets as the visiting Bulldogs fell to the Huskers.
Beacon (9-7) will host Brewster in the Section 1 Conference 1 tournament at 4:15 p.m. on Monday.
Rondout Valley 3, Marlboro 2 — Dan Warburton won at first singles, but the visiting Iron Dukes lost a MHAL match.
Justin Barlow and Diamont Verjoni won a doubles match for Marlboro.
Thomas Hollway had five goals and two assists as the visiting Highland Huskies defeated the Rhinebeck Hawks, 17-3.
Chris Schlappich had three goals and five assists for Highland. Sal Mazzella and Quinn Halligan each had a hat trick.
Kyle Merget, Steven Beck and Earon Velie each scored for Highland.
“It was a great team effort and it was nice to rebound after a couple of hard defeats,” Highland coach Tom Schlappich said.
Sean Lehan, Sam Evans and Roan Gideon each scored for Rhinebeck (0-8).
Dominic Bellacicco made eight saves for Highland, while teammate Nicholas Watkins made one.
Andrew Speers made 10 saves for Rhinebeck.
North Salem 13, Haldane 9 — George Fibble scored five goals and assisted on another forthe Blue Devils, who lost to snap a streak of three games which they won by shutout.
Peter Hoffmann added five assists and a goal for Haldane.
Minisink Valley 17, Franklin D. Roosevelt 3 — Alex Mackowicki scored twice for the Presidents, who lost on the road.
Arlington 9, Wappingers 1 — Kyle Dingman, Brendan Sunday and Danny Hanson each scored three goals late Thursday, leading the Admirals to a road victory.
Arlington (8-3) hosts Suffern today.
Saugerties 9, New Paltz 4 — Travis Wolf had two goals, but the visiting Huguenots lost late Thursday.
Alice Lee shot a 10-over-par 45 at Highland’s Apple Greens Golf Course for New Paltz in 163-164 loss to visiting Monroe-Woodbury late Thursday.