As the final weekend of the softball season comes to a close, here’s a look at the day’s results:
(above photo courtesy of John Napier)
Casey Macchia went 5 for 6 with a double and drove in a run to propel Suffern to a 13-1 win at New Rochelle and help give coach Jim Lloyd his 300th win in his 20-year varsity coaching career which spans Tuxedo and Chester.
“I’m thrilled,” Lloyd said. “With the way we’ve played this year, I was wondering if it would ever happen. At the beginning of the week, the girls knew that we needed three wins to get the milestone so to seem them make it there mission was awesome. We played our best ball of the season and it’s a good time to do that going into the playoffs.”
Lloyd, who is in his sixth year at Suffern, currently stands at 300-116-1 (65-56-1 at Suffern).
Hayley Napier went 2 for 3 with a double and two RBI. Teammate Sam Iodice had a home run and two RBI. Kelly Dillon had a solo home run in the bottom of the seventh inning for the Huguenots.
Valhalla 4, Pelham 3: At Valhalla, senior Alyssa Coluntuno hit a walk-off double down the left field line to score Jenna Saldi on Senior Day. Coluntuno went 2 for 4 on the day. Frankie Ann McCauley had the only RBI for the Pelicans.
Scarsdale 7, Westlake 2: In the championship game of the Westlake tournament, Greta Bodine had two RBI for the Raiders. Jordana Cooper went 2 for 3 with two doubles. Bianca Cevallos had a triple and a run for the Wildcats.
Hen Hud 5, Arlington B 1: At Hen Hud, Alyssa Small drove in two runs for the Sailors. Gabby Caruso allowed one earned run on three hits and struck out seven for the win. Cassidy Boyle (left) added a run and an RBI.
John Jay-East Fishkill 5, Carmel 1: At Carmel, Alyssa Rodia went 2 for 3 for the Rams. Jasmine Ennabe drove in the team’s only run and did not allow an earned run in the loss. Ennabe (14-3) struck out five and walked one.
Lincoln 12, Riverside 3: At Riverside, Emily Soriano was 2 for 3 with an RBI. Kevona. Jackson had two RBI. Kuri Borjas had two RBI for Riverside.
Kennedy 5, Pleasantville 1: In the consolation game of the Westlake tournament, Rachel Entwistle, Kaela Fields, Nicole Alleva, and Gabby Rosado each drove in a run for the Gaels. Alicia Marino drove in the run for the Panthers.
Westlake 6, Kennedy 5: In the first round of the Westlake tournament, Julie Lambrosa went 2 for 4, including a two-run walk-off double in the bottom of the seventh. Bianca Cevallos went 3 for 4 with a triple, three runs, and an RBI. Jen Jamieson had a triple and two RBI for the Gaels.
Valhalla 11, New Rochelle 4: In the championship game of the John Jay tournament concluding from May 11, Jenna Saldi had a double, a triple and two RBI. Alyssa Colantuno had an RBI and a run. Chloe Ciraco scored twice for New Rochelle. This game was continued from last Saturday.
Nanuet 11, Yorktown 2: At Nanuet, Carley Davin had a home run and three RBI. Danielle Dimodungo had a triple and five RBI. Marley Becker had two RBI for the Huskers.
North Salem 22, Putnam Valley 2, 6: At Putnam Valley, Samantha Floer had a triple and five RBI. Ashley Robson had two triples and four RBI. Lindsay Gasparri had a triple and three RBI for North Salem. Jessica Dubbioso had 14 strikeouts and allowed two hits in six innings to earn the win. Allie Dick and Justine Ortiz had a double and an RBI for Putnam Valley.
Tappan Zee 8, John Jay 3: At Tappan Zee Friday, Kelly Connolly went 2 for 3 with a triple and had two RBI for the Dutchies. Amanda Carroll (right) went 2 for 3 with a double and two RBI. Teammate Nicole Speigelberg drove in two RBI. Devon Novick had a solo home run for the Indians.
Pawling 3, Kennedy 0: At Pawling Friday, Gabby Rosado had a double for the Gaels.
Irvington 21, Woodlands 8: At Woodlands Friday, winning pitcher Sonya Fowler had a home run and four RBI. Serena Stein added three RBI.
North Salem 19, Peekskill 1: At Peekskill Friday, Samantha Floer drove in five runs and winning pitcher Anastasia Pennacchio drove in three runs for the Tigers. Simmi Kauri had an RBI for the Red Devils.