Softball: Scoreboard for Apr. 6

Softball: Scoreboard for Apr. 6

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Softball: Scoreboard for Apr. 6

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North Rockland defeated Ursuline 6-5 in a varsity softball game at North Rockland High School April 7, 2016.

North Rockland defeated Ursuline 6-5 in a varsity softball game at North Rockland High School April 7, 2016.

The good news about yesterday’s thrilling Ursuline at North Rockland game is that I knew I’d have no problem filling space for my game story. The bad news is that I reached the limit and probably could’ve written twice as much. North Rockland won in walk-off fashion, but there were plenty of thrilling plays that did not make the cut for the story.

Game story: McDermott, North Rockland find redemption vs. Ursuline
Photo gallery: North Rockland tops Ursuline with walk-off hit

Here’s what happened around the section:

Eastchester at Pearl River softball March 13, 2015. Pearl River won 11-0.

Eastchester at Pearl River softball March 13, 2015. Pearl River won 11-0.

Eastchester 4, Pearl River 1: Jessica Becchetti drove in all four runs for the Eagles, blasting a three-run homer and ripping an RBI single for the win over the two-time reigning Class A regional champions. Eastchester was no-hit by the Pirates last year.

Yorktown 19, Panas 10: Maddy Wrubel hit a grand slam to highlight a double-sided slugfest that included eight home runs between both teams. Brittany Giordano added a three-run homer for the Huskers. Erica Salveggi and Courtney Cardea each hit solo homers in the win. Julia Petrovich hit two two-run shots for the Panthers in the loss. Gabby Pacheco hit a grand slam and Danielle Petrovich added a solo blast.

Lakeland 13, Mahopac 9: Krista Verrino’s grand slam in the top of the seventh proved to be the difference in the win. Verrino went 5-for-5 with 6 RBIs. Mahopac scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh. Marissa Burke and Krista Astrologo homered for the Indians.

Suffern 11, White Plains 0: Allie Wood tossed a one-hitter, allowing the only hit of the game in the seventh inning. Wood fanned 14 in the win.

Rye Neck 11, Rye 2: Jackie DeCicco hit a grand slam for the Panthers. Olivia Dunne struck out nine in the win.

Hen Hud 21, Somers 2 (5 innings): Sophie Brown and Candace Crowley each had two hits and two RBIs for the Sailors. Alyssa Bleakley drove in three runs in the win.

Irvington 16, Palisades Prep 0 (5 innings): Sarina Stein drove in four runs with a triple and a home run. Lara DePaoli allowed one hit and struck out six for the Bulldogs.

Mamaroneck 12, Saunders 5: Jess Faicco went 2-for-4 with three RBIs for the Tigers. Emma Goldstein added a double and triple in the win.

Pleasantville 28, Woodlands 1 (5 innings): Samantha Sicignano pitched a one-hitter and hit a grand slam. She finished with six RBIs.

Byram Hills 22, Keio 7: Freshman Kayla Vesuvio was a triple away from the cycle. Maggie Croke picked up the win in the circle.

Port Chester 19, Mount Vernon 0 (5 innings): Eighth-grader Brooklyn Ostrowski went 3-for-4 with four RBIs, three runs, and three stolen bases. Skylynn Roman went 2-for-2 with four runs and two stolen bases for the Rams, who plated 12 runs in the fourth inning.

Clarkstown North 2, Scarsdale 0: Sarah Brauer pitched a two-hitter, and added a double and RBI at the dish.

Clarkstown South 4, New Rochelle 3: Sara Herskowitz scored three runs, including the game-winner in the seventh. Kristie Lise drove in all three runs for the Huguenots in the loss.

Nyack 14, Riverside 2: Michaela Contreras struck out 16, including the 400th of her career. Indians head coach Joe Corretjer picked up his first varsity win.

Albertus Magnus 17, Lincoln 1: Freshman pitcher Emma Woodhead struck out 13 in the one-hitter.

Brewster 4, Ketcham 2: Kelly Dovi hit a game-winning two-run homer in the top of the seventh.

Putnam Valley 11, Croton-Harmon 2: Allie Dick homered twice in the win.

Briarcliff 11, Edgemont 7: Jackie Contento went 4-for-4 with two RBIs for the Bears. Teresa Marinaccio went 2-for-4 and picked up the win.

Valhalla 6, Dobbs Ferry 1: Radesch homered and drove in three runs. Alyssa Dolan fanned seven in the win. Katelyn Fanning went 2-for-3 with two doubles and an RBI for the Eagles.

Tuckahoe 15, Solomon Schechter 0 (5 innings): Sarah O’Toole homered and drove in four runs. Cassie McGrath went 3-for-4 and struck out 11.

Hamden Hall 8, Rye Country Day 4: Melanie Mandell, Kristen Brown, and Casey Linehan each drove in a run for the Wildcats.

Wednesday, Apr. 6 scoreboard:

Putnam Valley 11, Croton-Harmon 2
Albertus Magnus 17, Lincoln 1
Briarcliff 11, Edgemont 7
Nanuet 25, Gorton 1, 5
Pleasantville 28, Woodlands 1, 5
Rye Neck 11, Rye 2
Suffern 11, White Plains 0
Clarkstown North 2, Scarsdale 0
Irvington 17, Palisade Prep 0, 5
Tuckahoe 15, Solomon Schechter 0, 5
North Rockland 6, Ursuline 5
Valhalla 6, Dobbs Ferry 1
Hamden Hall 8, Rye Country Day 4
Lakeland 13, Mahopac 9
Brewster 4, Ketcham 2
Eastchester 4, Pearl River 1
Yorktown 19, Panas 10
Nyack 14, Riverside 2
Mamaroneck 12, Saunders 5
Hen Hud 21, Somers 2, 5
Clarkstown South 4, New Rochelle 3
East Ramapo 14, Roosevelt 13
Port Chester 19, Mount Vernon 0
Byram Hills 22, Keio 7
Hamden Hall 8, Rye Country Day 4
Tappan Zee at Yonkers, ppd., TBA

Zacchio’s prediction record last night: 3-2
Zacchio’s prediction record this season: 23-4

Thursday, Apr. 7:

Riverside at East Ramapo, 4:15 p.m.
Ketcham at Fox Lane, 4:30 p.m.
Panas at Somers, 4:30 p.m.
Horace Greeley at Ossining, 4:30 p.m.
Brewster at Arlington, 4:30 p.m.
John Jay at Carmel, 4:30 p.m.
Yorktown at Lakeland, 4:30 p.m.
John Jay-EF at Putnam Valley, 4:30 p.m.
North Salem at Yonkers Montessori, 4:30 p.m.
Pleasantville at Tuckahoe, 4:30 p.m.
Briarcliff at Rye Neck, 4:30 p.m.
Croton-Harmon at Keio, 4:30 p.m.
Ardsley at Valhalla, 4:30 p.m.
Westlake at Dobbs Ferry, 4:30 p.m.
Solomon Schechter at Edgemont, 4:30 p.m.
Hastings at Sleepy Hollow, 4:30 p.m.
Woodlands at Hamilton, 4:30 p.m.
Blind Brook at Palisade Prep, 4:30 p.m.
Gorton at Peekskill, 4:30 p.m.

Thursday’s plans: I’ll be heading over to Ardsley at Valhalla today to check out some great Class B action over in Westchester. The last time these two met, Ardsley put up five early runs before the Vikings rallied back to win it in the Class B section tournament. If you get any results tonight, tweet me (@Zacchio_LoHud) or @LoHud_Debbie and I’ll add it to the roundup tomorrow morning. First and last names are just as vital as the stats.

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