Millbrook High School’s softball team defeated Dover on Thursday, 7-5, scoring three runs in the top of the 11th inning in a game decided by the international tiebreaker.
The Blazers got their extra-inning runs on a passed ball, Megan Revay’s RBI single and a sacrifice fly by Sara Ruiz. Dover scored a run in the 11th on a passed ball.
In the 10th inning, Millbrook’s Eve Donoghue had a two-run single. Dover’s Marissa Ketchin tied the score again in the bottom of the inning with a two-run double.
Ruiz struck out four over three innings for Millbrook, and was relieved by Revay, who had 13 strikeouts in seven innings. Ketchin had 15 strikeouts in 11 innings pitched.
Revay and Ruiz were each 2 for 6 with an RBI. For Dover, Ketchin was 2 for 4 with an RBI and Julianna Browne was 3 for 5 with a double and an RBI.
Pawling 2-0, Arlington B 1-4 — The host Tigers won the opening game of a doubleheader with a run in the sixth — the twinbill’s games were each scheduled for five innings — despite getting only one hit, a single from Morgan Kelly.
Winning pitcher Katie McDougal struck out seven Admirals and walked just one. The visitors from Freedom Plains finished with five hits and five errors.
Arlington B captured the nightcap behind singles from Danielle Kreines, Kayla Andrews, Makenzie Pelish and Sam Campos.
New Paltz 18, Highland 8 — Brittany Ormond was 4 for 4 with a triple, two doubles and four RBI as the host Huguenots defeated the Huskies.
Lea Jones was 3 for 4 with a home run and a double for New Paltz (6-8). Bridget Bennett had a double and two singles. New Paltz pitcher Ally Pannuto had five strikeouts and a walk.
Shannon Ward had six strikeouts over four innings for Highland.
Yorktown 7, Beacon 4 — Kristen Yanarella went 3 for 4 with two doubles and a run scored, but the Bulldogs lost at home.
Tori Williams drove in two Beacon runs on two hits, and Kathleen Boyle added one RBI.
Beacon (3-16) will visit Hendrick Hudson today.
Pine Plains 10, Rhinebeck 8 — Kaitlin Croghan, Riley Croghan and Anna Lonczak had three hits apiece as the visiting Bombers defeated the Hawks in eight innings late Wednesday in the continuation from a suspended game from Saturday.
Christine Hatter and Meredith Mimoso had three hits apiece for Rhinebeck, and Natalie Blakey added two hits.
Ellenville 10, Spackenkill 6 — Liana Lopez had a double and an RBI late Wednesday, and Noelle Winnis was 2 for 2, but the Spartans lost the Mid-Hudson Athletic League Division III tiebreaker game at New Paltz.
Ellenville (11-4) will face MHAL Division IV champion Pine Plains in a semifinal at noon on Saturday at Highland High School.
The winner of that contest will face the winner of the Franklin D. Roosevelt-Marlboro semifinal at 2 p.m. at Tony Williams Park.