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Daily Sports Digest: Garnets Beat Huskies 10-6

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The Top Spot:

The Rye boys lacrosse team hit the road and beat Harrison 10-6. The Garnets were led by Colin Hynson’s four goals and Greg Stern, Drew Davis and Jack Hasselmann each scored twice in the win.

Harrison sophomore Jake Marino led the team with four goals and Charlie VanTongeran scored twice.

 

Yesterday’s Results:

Sport: Boys Tennis

Game: Rye vs. Mamaroneck

Score: Mamaroneck Won 5-2

 

Sport: Girls Lacrosse

Game: Pleasantville vs. Rye

Score: Rye Won 13-5

Highlights: Emma Brinkman scored five times to lead the Garnets to victory. Scarlett Sulliman scored three goals and assisted on two others as Maddie Kinker had nine saves.

 

Today’s Schedule:

In baseball. Rye heads to Rye Neck at 4:30 p.m.

In softball, Rye will host Rye Neck at 4:30 p.m. 

 

College Sports Notebook:

Manhattan Hopes to Bounce Back

The Manhattan College women’s lacrosse team, coming off a loss to Canisius in both teams’ Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opener, looks to bounce back tonight when it hosts conference rival Marist College at Gaelic Park at 7 p.m.

Senior attacker Chrissy Gutenberger of Stony Point scored three goals while Donna Jo DiNorcia of Vernona, NJ, and Kelsey Rehain of Suffern each notched two tallies in a 17-9 setback to Canisius.

Canisius (4-5) scored the first five goals of the contest before senior BrieAnna Spatarella of Rocky Point put the Jaspers on the board with a goal at the 16:06 mark of the first half.

Junior midfielder Amanda Tuck of Mamaroneck has 13 points on 11 goals and two assists for Marist (2-9).

 

Setters Bow in Lacrosse

Matt Mirabito of Binghamton lifted his team-high points total to 17, but the Pleasantville University men’s lacrosse team was tripped by Saint Anselm College, 6-5, in a Northeast-10 Conference game in Manchester, NH.

Tom Murphy of Yonkers has five points on four goals and as assist for the Setters (2-5), who return to action today when they host American International College at 4 p.m. at Pace Field on the Pleasantville campus.  

Freshman midfielder Freddie Wright of Mahopac is being eased into action, and has played in two games.

 

Mortarboard musings

  • Eastern Connecticut State beat Springfield College in a nonconference double header yesterday 4-1 and 4-0. Ashley Marino (Harrison) took the loss in the first game. Marino now stands at 4-4 on the year and on March 26 the sophomore was named the NEWMAC Pitcher of the Week after throwing her first collegiate no-hitter, the first for the Pride since 2008.
  • Senior attack Sandra Mastrangelo of White Plains is a member of the Brown University women’s water polo team (14-12), which visits Connecticut College (1-4) in New London today at 8 p.m.
  • Westlake graduate Andrew Mancusi went 3 for 4, and Croton-Harmon alum Greg Carroll hurled a five-hitter as the Westchester Community College baseball team beat Ulster CC, 6-2, for its eighth straight victory. The Vikings visit the Borough of Manhattan CC today at 3:30 p.m., and on Thursday welcome Dutchess CC to Valhalla, also at 3:30 p.m.
  • The Manhattanville College baseball team, coming off a 10-0 loss to the Alvernia Crusaders, continues their non-conference schedule this afternoon against former Skyline Conference rival Old Westbury at 4 p.m. in Purchase. The Valiants are 8-9 all told, and 4-5 in the Freedom Conference.
  • The Iona College softball team won a pair of games against Hartford last night. The Gaels beat the Hawks 7-1 in the first game and 3-1 in the second.
  • At the 2011-2012 Western New England basketball awards Harrison’s own Dennis Rinaldi won the WNE Coach Bill Downes Award. In his sophomore season Rinaldi averaged eight points and six rebounds in 25 minutes a game. Rinaldi started all 26 of the Golden Bears Games.

 

Weekly Sports Poll:

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