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Pelham Daily Sports Digest: Pelican Track Splits With Eastchester, Softball Beats White Plains

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The Top Spot:

The Eastchester and Pelham faced off at Eastchester and the Eagles boys team won 83-34 where as the Lady Pelicans won their meet 73-58.

Eastchester’s Will Brown finished in first place in the long jump and the triple and Don Alkins came away with first place finishes in the 100 and 200. Pelham’s Harry Blagmon finished in the top spot in the shot put and discuss.

On the girl’s side of things Pelham’s Caroline Eicher won the long jump and triple jump and Nikki Nesi finished first in the 1,500 and 3,000. Eastchester’s Rachel Berk came in first in the 100 and 200.

 

Yesterday’s Results:

Sport: Girls Lacrosse

Game: Pelham vs. Dobbs Ferry

Score: Dobbs Ferry Won 13-9

Highlights: Dobbs Ferry’s Gabby Gifford and Alexa Dorfman each scored three times in the win. Isabel Laterzo led Pelham with four goals in the loss.

 

Sport: Softball

Game: White Plains vs. Pelham

Score: Pelham Won 2-0

Highlights: Kelly Keith picked up another win as she pitched a complete game for the Pelicans and struck out six. Keith also went 1-3 with a double and an RBI and Caitlin Hearle and Catie Nesi each scored for Pelham.

 

Today’s Schedule:

In boys lacrosse, Scarsdale heads to Pelham at 4:30 p.m.

In boys tennis, Pelham heads to Bronxville at 4:15 p.m.

In golf, Blind Brook will host Pelham at 4:15 p.m.

 

College Sports Notebook:

Camardella keeps his eye on the ball

Junior Andrew Camardella of Pelham continues to lead the Dominican College baseball team in hitting, and his 20 doubles are second-best in all of Division II, trailing only senior Jacob Karr of Wingate (NC) University.

Karr, however, has 23 doubles in 49 games while Camardella achieved his total in just 34 games.

Camardella is batting a hefty .351, and has 24 RBI to share the team lead with Tony Blake of Windsor, CT.

The Chargers, who improved to 15-20 overall and 8-6 in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) play after a doubleheader sweep of host Caldwell (NJ) College, meet the University of New Haven (15-14-1) today at Vieira Field in West Haven, CT. First pitch is set for 3 p.m.           

The Chargers are scheduled to play at Provident Bank Park in Pomona on Thursday and Friday against Adelphi University z915-16) and Nyack College (15-15), respectively.

Sophomore catcher Jose Rodriquez of Pomona is batting .077 for the Warriors in limited action, while junior Phil Delisle of Quebec leads the club at a healthy .366.

Dominican defeated Caldwell, 11-5, in the opener of their twin-bill, and took the nightcap, 5-2, jumping ahead early on RBI from Greg Gonzalez of Franklin Square and Camardella to support the pitching of Dustin Javins of Fort Lauderdale, FL.

 

Mortarboard musings

  • Anthony Sigui of New Rochelle carded 90 and led the Westchester Community College golf team at a Mid-Hudson Conference tournament the Vikings hosted at Dunwoodie Golf Course in Yonkers. Westchester had a team score of 371, two strokes behind Ulster CC.
  • The Westchester Community College baseball team welcomes Bergen CC to Valhalla today at 3:30 p.m.
  • Concordia College’s Daniele Piludu of Cagliari, Italy has been selected as the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) tennis player of the week, while Mark Mozer of Brest, Belarus, also of Concordia College, was named the league’s rookie of the week. The Bronxville-based Clippers (15-7, 6-0 CACC) are preparing for the conference tournament, which they will host beginning on Saturday at the Meyers Tennis Center.
  • Dominican College junior Delaney Childers of Johnstown, OH, has been honored as the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) softball pitcher of the week for the third time this season. Teammate Julie Plante of Swansea, MA, was named the CACC player of the week. The Chargers (30-14) visit the University of New Haven on Thursday for a doubleheader starting at 3 p.m., and then on Friday return home to host Caldwell (NJ) College for a twin-bill set at 3 p.m.
  • Freshman infielder Stanley Susana of the Bronx was named East Coast Conference (ECC) rookie of the week after helping the St. Thomas Aquinas College baseball team split four games. Susana batted .562 with nine RBI and three runs, hitting safely in all four games. The Spartans (24-12) meet Dowling College (22-13) today at 3:30 p.m. in Brookhaven.

 

Weekly Sports Poll:

Ozzie Guillen returned to the Marlins dugout in Miami and put himself on a self-proclaimed probation before the team’s 5-2 victory over the Cubs. asks if you think the Marlins should let their manager go after he made several controversial remarks in a TIME Magazine article. 

 

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