Winning pitcher Jess Newberry slugged two doubles and a home run on Tuesday, as her softball team from Arlington High School beat visiting Beacon, 19-6, in Freedom Plains.
Cori McFall and Jackie Santilli each had two singles and a double for the Admirals, who also received a single and a triple from Jordan Ballantyne.
Linsey Henrique singled twice.
For Beacon, Morgan Flamholtz singled and homered. Kathleen Boyle and Kristen Yanarella.
John Jay 9, Brewster 1 – Winning pitcher Vicky Lattanzio struck out seven batters and walked two.
Gabby Bracchi was 2 for 4 for the victors, who play at Beacon on Thursday.
Arlington B 12, Haldane 5 – Alyssa Chelak was 4 for 4 with a double, home run, three runs scored and three RBI for host Arlington B (3-1).
Alexis Holzmann was 3 for 4 with three runs scored for the Admirals, who received doubles from Danielle Kreines, Jessy Bonds, Erin Regan, Jillian Cirrito, Nicole Diodati and winning pitcher Kayla Andrews.
Arlington and Haldane meet on Thursday in Cold Spring.
Our Lady of Lourdes 8, John F. Kennedy Catholic 7 – Emily D¹Antonio hit a game-winning triple in the top of the eighth inning to boost Lourdes (3-0) over Kennedy (2-1).
Winning pitcher Megan Myers threw all eight innings and struck out five, giving up four earned runs.
Chloe Weeks was 3 for 4 with a two-run home run for the Warriors.
The Warriors host Kennedy Thursday.
George Fibble and Casey Gell each scored a goal for host Haldane in a 15-2 loss to Putnam Valley.
Wappingers 23, Peekskill 0 – Tim Malile scored four goals and three teammates added three goals apiece, as the Warriors used a shutout to improve to 3-1 on the season.
Kevin Ventosa was medalist with a 5-over-par 40 at Dutchess Golf Club, propelling Our Lady of Lourdes to a 239-269 win over John F. Kennedy Catholic.
The Warriors (2-1) play Arlington and Somers at Trump National Hudson Valley.
Beacon 271, Putnam Valley 275 – James McQuade shot a 9-over-par 44, leading host Beacon at Southern Dutchess Country Club.
Kendra DiMartino fired an 11-over-par 47 for Valley Central, which beat Highland, 164-176, at Apple Greens Golf Course.
Caroline Roberto shot a team-best 48 to pace the Huskies.