Rye Neck senior Diana King earned a pair of wins and drove in her 100th career RBI at the Panthers’ host tournament Saturday.
King struck out 11 in a 6-1 semifinal win over North Salem, then homered and drove in three runs in the 9-2 championship win over Pelham. North Salem defeated Irvington in the consolation game, 6-3. Anastasia Pennacchio struck out 10 for the win.
Best of the rest: Hastings’ Lauren DeSouza recorded her 100th career hit in a 13-0 loss to Pawling, giving her the program record. … Dobbs Ferry’s Kim McWhirter went 4 for 4 with a home run and three RBI in a 14-0 win over Sleepy Hollow. … Molly Leitner tossed a one-hitter and struck out 13 in Holy Child’s 2-0 win over Long Island Lutheran in the first round of the NYSAIS tournament. The Gryphons will play Fieldston Monday at 3:30 p.m. in the semifinals. … Jordan Amorelli had three doubles and three RBI in Pelham’s 15-0 win in five innings over Irvington in their first game of the Rye Neck tournament.
Saturday, May 16
Pawling 13, Hastings 0
Dobbs Ferry 14, Sleepy Hollow 0
John Jay at Clarkstown South, ppd.
Lincoln at Harrison, ppd
Valhalla at Pearl River, ppd
White Plains at Nanuet, ppd.
Rye Neck tournament
Rye Neck 6, North Salem 1
Pelham 15, Irvington 0, 5
Consolation: North Salem 6, Irvington 3
Championship: Rye Neck 9, Pelham 2
Holy Child 2, Long Island Lutheran 0
BOCES does not have anything scheduled for Sunday, May 17. John Jay assistant Diane Swertfager said that the Indians and Clarkstown South were aiming to play in West Nyack at 4 p.m., but it was not confirmed. I have a softball doubleheader in Congers at noon, so if the game is on, I’ll head over there. I’m off, so there will be no game story, but I’ll pitch it as the lede game of the day. Plus, I really want to see John Jay.