Local high school roundup: Chase Sarvais sparks New Paltz's 7-6 win

Local high school roundup: Chase Sarvais sparks New Paltz's 7-6 win


Local high school roundup: Chase Sarvais sparks New Paltz's 7-6 win


Chase Sarvais earned the win on the mound and had a hand in four of the New Paltz High School baseball team’s runs in a 7-6 victory over host Minisink Valley on Saturday.

Sarvais went 2 for 4 with a double, driving in two runs and scoring two. On the hill, he went 52/3 innings as New Paltz’s starter, giving up two runs and five hits, before Steven Branch came on for the save.

Ryan LaMark contributed two hits, two RBI, a run and three stolen bases for New Paltz, and teammate Brian Pesavento had two hits one RBI and one run.

New Paltz (1-1) hosts Saugerties on Monday.

Arlington 4, Mahopac 1 — Joe DeRosa scattered three hits and allowed one earned run over 52/3 innings to lead visiting Arlington.

Mike Pascoe was 2 for 2 with a walk, two runs scored and two RBI for the Admirals, who received a two-run single from Mike LeFevre.

“It was a very good high school baseball game for this early in the year,” Arlington coach Al Hammell said. “Both teams played good defense and pitched the ball well. Fortunately, we had some timely hitting and Joe DeRosa pitched a nice game for us.”

Franklin D. Roosevelt 13, Pine Bush 5 — At the Kingston Tournament, Cody Perotti was 3 for 5 with a bases-clearing triple and five RBI to pace Roosevelt.

James VanNorstrand added two hits and four runs scored, and Matt Steigerwald and Chris Osterman each had two hits. Winning pitcher Alex Wilcha hurled five shutout innings in relief.

Late Friday in Kingston, Roosevelt surrendered five runs in the bottom of the seventh and lost to LaSalle of Troy, 12-11.

North Salem 5, Arlington B 4 — The visiting Admirals gave up three runs in the bottom of the seventh to drop to 2-1 for the season.

Jason Santiago (2 for 3) and Tyler Dearden each drove in runs for Arlington B. Brian Monroe pitched 61/3 innings to take the loss.

Arlington B faces Haldane on Tuesday.

Taconic Hills 5, Pine Plains 4 — Nolan Harpp came up with the Bombers’ lone extra-base hit, a double, and he also drove in a run, as Pine Plains lost on the road late Friday.

Girls lacrosse

Jenny Caoili scored four goals for visiting Arlington in a 12-6 loss to New Milford (Conn.).

Maryn Lowell stopped 15 shots in goal for the Admirals (1-2).

Boys tennis

Karan Narula and Sean Gorwara were winners at singles for Arlington in a 5-2 second-round loss to Horace Mann at the Edgemont Tournament.


Poughkeepsie scored six runs in the fifth inning to beat Pawling by the 15-run mercy rule, 17-2.

Late Friday, visiting Pawling (1-1) scored 15 runs on five hits to defeat Putnam Valley 15-11 with Gabby Stenton and winning-pitcher Katie McDougal each scoring three runs late Friday. Julianne Robinson had two hits, including a double.

Track and field

Wayne Bowden took first place in the 300-meter hurdles and long jump to lead Spackenkill at the Wizard Invitational in Washingtonville.

Bowden clocked a time of 41.1 seconds in the 300 hurdles and leaped 19 feet, 3 inches in the long jump.

Boys lacrosse

Arlington dropped a 5-3 decision to John Jay-Cross River on the road.
Dan Hanson scored a pair of goals and assisted on one by Kyle Dingman as the Admirals climbed back from a 4-0 halftime deficit only to fall short.
J.D. Colarusso stopped 12 shots in goal for Arlington (3-1), which visits Red Hook on Monday.

Highland 10, Washingtonville 6 — The visiting Huskies improved to 2-0 behind three goals apiece from Quinn Halligan and Steven Beck late Friday.

Chris Schlappich added two goals, and Kyle Merget and Adam Cardella each added one.

Kingston 15, Red Hook 3 — John Alessi contributed a goal and an assist in the Raiders’ loss on the road late Friday.

Ian Taylor and Nick Michitsch each notched one goal for Red Hook (0-2).


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