I’m heading to the Rangers game tomorrow morning, so you’re getting the roundup post tonight. Sorry for not getting one up for today’s game. I was covering the Rockland Boulders’ open tryout bright and early. Here’s what happened around the section:
Ursuline 2, Clarkstown South 1: Two days after being on the wrong end of a walk-off, Ursuline flipped the script with a walk-off RBI single by Kayla Castro to plate Natalie Moreno. Val Cucci struck out nine in the win. Catie Bradshaw added an RBI and triple for the Koalas.
Pelham 6, Albertus Magnus 5: Tori Nappi’s walk-off RBI squeeze bunt plated Jordan Amorelli to give the Pelicans a come-from-behind win. Frankie McCauley hit a game-tying solo home run in the bottom of the seventh.
Yorktown 16, Horace Greeley 0 (5 innings): Erica Salveggi did not allow a hit in the win.
Pearl River 15, Harrison 0 (5 innings): Emily Turilli did not allow a hit and struck out eight in the win. Meagan Woods went 3-for-4 with a grand slam. Jesse McCarthy also drove in four runs. Julie Marsico added two RBIs.
Tuckahoe 22, Gorton 7: Dylan Corrado went 3-for-3 with four RBIs.
North Rockland 19, New Rochelle 0 (6 innings): Victoria Alonso went 4-for-6 with a home run and two RBIs. Gina Selvaggi and Deangie Jimenez each drove in three runs for the Red Raiders. Bella Chiorazzi also homered in the win.
North Salem 8, Dobbs Ferry 5: Alina DiMilla drove in three runs with a double and triple in the win. Maggie Boardman went 3-for-4 with three runs, two stolen bases and an RBI. Anastasia Pennacchio struck out 10 in the win.
Nanuet 3, Ardsley 1: Oriana Castello went 3-for-4 and struck out eight in the win.
Hen Hud 10, Fox Lane 3: Ashley Lupi went 4-for-4 with three doubles, a home run and two RBIs. Sophie Brown and Amber Porro also homered for the Sailors. Gabby Caruso struck out 12 in the win.
Byram Hills 19, Roosevelt 1 (5 innings): Danielle Skelly allowed one hit and struck out nine in the win. Alex Sapone went 2-for-4 with a triple and a home run. Kayla Vesuvio and Sabrina Mauro each went 2-for-2, with two walks.
Nyack 5, Rye 3: Michaela Contreras struck 12 and drove in a run for the Indians. Megan Sneeden and Wess each drove in a run. Sydney Szabo drove in two runs for the Garnets in the loss.
Clarkstown North 5, White Plains 3: Caitlyn Fudge struck out seven. Taylor Adolff had two hits for the Rams.
Eastchester 5, Tappan Zee 2: Jessica Becchetti earned the win and drove in a run. Emile Olivier and Daniella Chiodi each drove in two runs. Maya DiNapoli added a RBI double.
Mahopac 8, Panas 5: Jackie Brophy drove in three runs with two triples and a double for the Panthers. Danielle Petrovich added an RBI in the loss.
Hastings 6, Sleepy Hollow 3: Catherine Standiford struck out seven in the win. Jennifer Caruso drove in three runs.
Suffern 9, Scarsdale 1: Gabby Caccamo tossed a two-hitter in the win.
Westlake 12, Blind Brook 2: Jamie Perfito went 4-4 with four runs and four stolen bases. Daniella Mulvey and Kelly Pierce added four and three RBIs for the Wildcats, respectively..
Friday, Apr. 8 scoreboard:
Yorktown 16, Horace Greeley 0
North Rockland 19, New Rochelle 0, 6
Ursuline 2, Clarkstown South 1
Briarcliff 11, Irvington 4
Mahopac 8, Panas 5
Nanuet 3, Ardsley 1
Tuckahoe 22, Gorton 7
Hastings 6, Sleepy Hollow 3
Hackley 11, Riverdale 1
Pelham 6, Albertus Magnus 5
North Salem 8, Dobbs Ferry 4
Riverside 14, East Ramapo 5
Nyack 5, Rye 3
Hen Hud 10, Fox Lane 3
Byram Hills 19, Roosevelt 1, 5
Pearl River 15, Harrison 0, 5
Clarkstown North 5, White Plains 3
Eastchester 5, Tappan Zee 2
Mamaroneck 9, Port Chester 5
Suffern 9, Scarsdale 1
Westlake 12, Blind Brook 2
Zacchio’s prediction record this season: 23-4
Saturday, Apr. 9 scoreboard:
Beacon at Peekskill, 11 a.m.
Arlington B at Horace Greeley, 11 a.m.
Palisade Prep at Irvington, 11 a.m.
Hamilton at Croton-Harmon, 1:30 p.m.
Non-region opponent at Ursuline, 2 p.m.
Panas at Putnam Valley, 2:30 p.m.
Hastings at Pleasantville, 2:30 p.m.
Pawling at Brewster, 3 p.m.
John Jay vs. Hen Hud at Frank G. Lindsey School, 3 p.m.
Saturday’s plans: Taking an off day today. Please send over your player of the week (often referred to as #POTW) nominations to email@example.com and I will announce this season’s first winner on Sunday. I just finished my column for this week, which I think will get a lot of people — fans, players, coaches, spectators, administrators, etc. — talking. Look for it to go online Sunday evening and be in Monday’s paper.
Editor’s note on style points: Since we had two of them today, I figured tonight is the perfect time to make this note. We will not refer to games that pitchers allow no hits as a “no-hitter” unless a full seven innings (or more are playing). Mercy rule games will feature a line, as above, stating the pitcher allowed no hits. We will also not use the term “complete game” unless a pitcher throws the entire game and it goes into extra innings. Unless specified in the recap, assume that any five-, six-, or seven-inning game was pitched by the same pitcher.