Brennan McEntee pitched host New Paltz to a 6-3 win over Chester, throwing four innings, scattering four hits and striking out one batter.
Nick Messina was 2 for 3 with two RBI and Michael Kenney went 1 for 3 with two runs.
“Chester is a quality team,” Huguenots coach Sam Phelps said. “To pick up a win like that made it a good little Saturday game.”
New Paltz (4-0) visits Marlboro on Sunday.
Pawling 10, Webutuck 0 — Luke Valentino doubled, knocked in a run and finished 2 for 4 for the visiting Tigers. Sean Mooney knocked in two runs and went 2 for 2.
David Bellucci doubled and Tyler Schilb tossed a complete game one-hitter.
“It was just an overall great game, for playing three in a row,” Pawling coach Travis Light said. “The kids played hard and showed grit.”
Zachary Caroll picked up the Warriors’ lone base hit.
The Tigers (4-0) visit Our Lady of Lourdes Monday, while Webutuck will visit Spackenkill Monday.
Roy C. Ketcham 7, John Jay 6 — Matt Seidner drove in three runs to cap a four-run seventh-inning rally to lift the Indians over the Patriots at Dutchess Stadium. He finished with four RBI and two triples.
Teammate Nick Sheppard collected three hits, and Dave Henry tripled and finished with two hits. Nick Nevins added an RBI, while Greg Blum pitched 6 1/3 innings for the Indians.
“We were chasing runs the whole game,” Ketcham coach Pat Mealy said. “It was back and forth. To do what we did speaks volumes not just about our ability, but the character of these boys. We preach being a family all the time, and these kids are a family.
“It was a very good character win.”
Pete Demeglio smacked a two-run single for the Patriots. Mealy also credited John Jay starting pitcher Antonio Pragana on a good game.
“We were battling him all night,” the coach said.
Ketcham (6-0) hosts Mahopac Tuesday. John Jay (2-3) visits Arlington Tuesday.
Nick Michitsch notched a hat trick and added an assist, but host Red Hook lost to Minisink Valley, 15-8. Hudson Miller scored two goals and had one assist.
Tyler Kehoe, Max Spagnoli and Cam Hackett each scored once. Owen Sagerman distributed one assist.
Liam Quinlan made 11 saves for Red Hook (0-4), which hosts Cornwall on Monday.
Westlake 17, Haldane 1 — Sam Giachinta scored the lone goal for the visiting Blue Devils.
Gaolie John Hankel made 15 saves for Haldane (1-5), which visits Pawling Tuesday.
Wappingers 9, Marble Head 8 — Jack Decker scored three goals and added an assist for the host Warriors late Friday. Teammate James Pratt also recorded a hat trick.
Jake Shaw (one goal, three assists), Bill Biegun (two goals) and Travis Ventura (one assist) also contributed.
Goalie Emad Jamal made seven saves.
Savanna Caso scored four goals, including the 100th of her career, and added an assist for visiting Highland late Friday. But the Huskies lost, 12-10, to Pine Bush.
Abbi Munson led Highland with five goals while Liz Fino had one goal and one assist.
Miranda Bellacicco made nine saves.
Ethan Husted beat Kush Patel at second singles, 6-3, 6-3, to lead host Red Hook to a 3-2 win over Franklin D. Roosevelt late Friday. Colin Pierce defeated Cory Gallinger, 6-3 6-3.
Naveen Chowdry beat Christian Rohrmeier, 6-3, 6-3, for the Presidents.
Red Hook (3-1) hosts Pine Plains Tuesday. Roosevelt hosts Ellenville Tuesday.
Lauren Ivers shot a 15-over-par 51 at James Baird Golf Course to lead Arlington to a 285-321 win over Lourdes late Friday. Allyson McPartland shot a 53 and Kayla Bauerlein shot a 56 for the Admirals (2-0).
Arlington faces Wappingers at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday at Beekman Country Club.