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The Top Spot:
The Harrison girls lacrosse team traveled cross town and beat the Keio Unicorns 15-8 yesterday.
Alexandra Misisco led the way for Harrison with five goals and an assist as Cassidy Cohen scored four goals and assisted on two others.
Yuuki Tokunaga scored four times for Keio in the loss.
In baseball, Port Chester heads to Harrison at 4:30 p.m.
Other Sports News:
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College Sports News:
- Three-time Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) softball champion Iona College will meet top-seeded California in the opening game of the NCAA Division 1 Championships on Friday night. Iona and California will be joined by Boston University and Arkansas in the Berkley Regional; the Terriers and Razorbacks face off in the other first-round matchup. The Golden Bears (50-4) secured their 27th consecutive postseason bid after taking home the Pac-12 title. The winner of the Berkeley Regional will play the champion of the Seattle Regional, which features No. 16 seed Washington, Harvard, Maryland and Texas Tech. All Iona games will be streamed live on ICGaels.com, with the broadcasts beginning approximately 15 minutes prior to the opening pitch.
- The season ended for the Westchester Community College baseball team with a 8-2 loss to Mercyhurst North East in the Eastern district playoffs in Warwick, RI. The Vikings finished 38-13-1, with catcher Jaime Maldonado, out of Tuckahoe HS, named MVP of the NJCAA Region XV Division II tournament. Maldonado was joined on the all-tournament team by second baseman Anthony Petrone of New Rochelle, pitcher Andrew Rosenbaum, a Fox Lane grad, Mahopac HS alum Pat Farina and infielder Brandon Succhart of New Rochelle. Coach Billy McClure was named the NJCAA Region XV Division II Coach of the year.
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