Pearl River won both the boys and girls team titles in the League 1B Track and Field Championships Monday at Pearl River.
The Pirates took the girls championship with 191.5 points, a comfortable margin over second-place Nanuet's 150.
The Pearl River boys won with 189 points. Tappan Zee was second with 152.
Full results are attached to this report in a PDF file.
In the boys meet, Winslow Dorsainvil won the 100 and 200 meter dashes and anchored the winning 4X100 relay.
Pearl River's Hans Lueders won the 110 hurdles (16 seconds), 400 hurdles (57.9 seconds), long jump (distance of 19-0.5) and took second in the triple jump.
In the running events, Tom Bonaro won the 400 in 50.50 and took second in the 200 for the Pirates. He also ran on the winnning 4X400 relay along with Stephen Moroney, Brian Cook and Neil Ryan (3:33.80).
Another Pearl River senior, Kieran Brennan, won the 800 in 1:54.40 and ran with Stephen McNiff, Ian Kelly and Joey Clinton on the winning 4X800 relay (8:24.80). Cook, a sophomore, also won the 3200 run in 9:50.33
The Pirates also took the top three spots in the pole vault (Sean Ward, Liam McGarry and Aidan Miller).
In the girls meet, Tappan Zee's Erin Jaskot won the 200 (26.60 seconds), the 400 (59.50) and edged out Pearl River's Kelly Hayes to win the 1500 run in 4:41.10.
Amanda Moroney won the 100 hurdles (16 seconds),400 hurdles (1:08.6) and triple jump (31-8) for Pearl River. Teammate Kayla Clohessy reached 16-1.25 to win the long jump and Emma Burnett threw the discuss 83-04 to take that league title.
The Pirates' team of Maria Kohlbrenner, Danielle Muchoe, Molly Shine and Kelly Hayes ran a 4:16.20 to win the 4X400 relay.
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Game: Pearl River at Nyack
Result: Pearl River won, 5-4
Highlights: The Pirates went to Nyack yesterday and . Rich Masley. Jake Tedesco and Connor Madigan hit first second and third yesterday for the Pirates and the trio went 6-for-10 with three RBI and two runs in the win over Nyack. Ryan Howe went 2-for-2 with two walks and two stolen bases for Nyack
Game: Pearl River vs. Clarkstown South
Highlights: Clarkstown South’s Devin Solar led all golfers with a 38 at Blue Hill Golf course yesterday. Pearl River’s Brian McGarvey finished second and led Pearl River with a 41.
Sport: Boys Lacrosse
Game: Pearl River vs. Nanuet
Score: Pearl River Won 10-3
Game: Peekskill vs. Albertus Magnus
Score: Albertus Magnus Won 10-2
Game: Nyack vs. Albertus Magnus
Score: Albertus Magnus Won 4-1
In softball, Pearl River's home game against Cornwall has been cancelled.
In girls lacrosse, Pearl River heads to Tappan Zee at 4:15 p.m.
In baseball, Albetus Magnus heads to Nanuet at 4 p.m.
In boys tennis, Albertus Magnus heads to North Rockland at 4 p.m.
In girls lacrosse, Nyack heads to Albertus Magnus at 4:15 p.m.
College Sports Notebook
Weather Throws a Changeup
The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Baseball Tournament play-in game featuring Dominican and Caldwell, which was scheduled on Monday, has been reset for today at 1 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park in Orangeburg.
Nyack College was to meet Bloomfield (NJ) College on Monday but that CACC tournament game, too, has been rescheduled for today at 2 p.m. at West Side Park in Newark.
The respective winners advance to the double-elimination phase of the tournament, scheduled Thursday through Saturday at Wilmington University in Delaware.
Rock, Scarinci Spark Jaspers
Joe Rock of Carmel had three hits including a homer and three RBI, and freshman pitcher Mike Scarinci of Nanuet and Pearl River High School was solid in relief as the Manhattan College baseball team defeated host Fairfield University 8-5.
Junior catcher Ramon Ortega of Miami, FL, also homered to help the Jaspers climb to 21-25, 9-9 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
Scarinci and closer Jacob Marchus of Miami, FL, preserved the victory for senior right-hander Taylor Sewitt of Highland Mills, who improved to 6-1.
Manhattan returns to Van Cortlandt Park in Riverdale for its final six games of the season beginning on Saturday when the Jaspers host Saint Peter’s for a doubleheader at noon.
The Jaspers are undefeated in 12 home games this season.
- Sam Gladstone of Chappaqua went 0 for 2 while Josh Mendelson of Orangeburg scored a run as the Franklin & Marshall baseball team rolled past York (PA) College 12-4, improving to 17-23. Josh Miller of Briarcliff Manor, a freshman southpaw, went 1-1 with a 5.52 ERA in five appearances for the Spartans, who finish at 22-20. The Diplomats close out their season on Thursday at St. John Fisher (39-10) in Rochester at 4 p.m. Senior outfielder Connor Devlin of Irvington is batting .209 with seven RBI for the Diplomats while Mendelson, hitting .269, has driven in eight runs. Sophomore Daniel Potter of Scarsdale has appeared in two games.
- Rockland Community College golfer Colby Lewis of Monroe was named the most valuable player in the Mid-Hudson Conference. Also named to the first-team were teammates Daniel Gizzi of Stony Point, Albertus Magnus alum Terrence Michalek and Mike Cavanagh of Garnerville, and New Rochelle’s Anthony Siguil of Westchester CC.
- The Manhattanville tennis team picked up a few more awards as senior Michael Capozzi won the Freedom Conference Player of the Year award for the third time in his career. Dean Tahir was also named to the All-Freedom Conference Second Team.
- SUNY Purchase celebrated their athletes in the 32nd Annual Awards Ceremony over the weekend. Tennis player Brenden Keeling won the Male Athlete of the Year and swimmer Kamara Lewis was named the University’s Female Athlete of the Year. At the ceremony the Panthers handed out a lucky 13 awards overall.
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