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The Top Spot:
Rye scored four runs in the final inning, but it wasn’t enough to win at Harrison this weekend as the Huskies held on for an 8-4 victory.
Mike Forgione struck out nine in his seven innings of work, getting the win for Harrison. Steve De Leo led the Harrison offense as he went 2-for-3 with four RBI, with a run on a double and triple. Raffaele Maccaia also scored twice and had an RBI.
Rye’s Griddin Tutun went 3-for-4 with a run for the Garnets in the loss.
Sport: Boys Lacrosse (Friday)
Game: Harrison vs. Byram Hills
Score: Byram Hills Won 12-5
Sport: Softball (Friday)
Game: Pleasantville vs. Harrison
Score: Harrison Won 9-4
Sport: Boys Lacrosse (Saturday)
Game: Ardsley vs. Harrison
Score: Harrison Won 14-2
Sport: Girls Lacrosse (Saturday)
Game: Harrison vs. Westlake
Score: Harrison Won 16-12
In boys tennis, Harrison heads to Blind Brook at 4:15 p.m.
In girls lacrosse, Harrison will host Westlake at 4:30 p.m.
In softball, Pelham heads to Harrison at 4:30 p.m.
College Sports Notebook:
- Sophomore Spencer Samelson of Larchmont, a right-handed pitcher, helped the Onondaga Community College Lazers wrap up their regular season with a doubleheader sweep at Tompkins-Cortlandt CC. Samelson, who pitched at Mamaroneck High School and will transfer to Manhattanville College this fall, was credited with the victory in the opener and closed out the nightcap with a perfect inning. The Lazers, No. 5 in the country in the Division II JUCO rankings, took a 45-9 record into the National Championship tournament in Tyler, TX.
- Rasheen Davis, a graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas College where he later served as an assistant to veteran men’s basketball coach Dennis O’Donnell, has joined the staff at Manhattan College. Davis, who received a Masters degree from the College of New Rochelle, will serve under Jaspers head coach Steve Masiello of White Plains.
Weekly Sports Poll:
Last week’s sports poll asks The Rangers and Capitals are tied up at 2-2 and the series comes back to New York tonight at 7:30 p.m.
The Yankees made major moves in the off season to improve the team for another run at the World Series, but the injuries have piled up on the team early in the year. With Mariano Rivera done for the year with a bad knee injury, this week's poll question is: