Here’s a look at how Clarkstown South finished Sunday in the Morabito softball tournament: Clarkstown South 5, Sacred Heart 2: At the 32nd annual Morabito tournament at Herkimer softball complex Sunday, Brianna Turchiarelli had two RBI and a run. Sara Herskowitz and Carly Feuer each had an RBI and a… Read More →
Shaky defense cost Suffern an early trip home from the 32nd annual Morabito tournament at Herkimer Softball Complex after allowing 15 unearned runs in two games. Kate Wood struck out eight while issuing just two unearned runs in an 11-7 loss to Sacred heart Academy of Buffalo. Wood also went… Read More →
Here’s a look at day two of the Morabito tournament softball schedule 32nd annual Morabito tournament Eighth-place semifinal round: Clarkstown South vs. Liverpool, 9 a.m. Eighth-place semifinal round: Suffern vs. Sacred Heart Academy, 9 a.m. Consolation tournament semfinal round: Carmel vs. Mechanicville, 11 a.m. Eighth-place game: 1:30 p.m.
As we all settle into the winter season and have the holidays are upon us and before you know it, it will be time for softball season to begin. So I did some digging and I can now give you an update on the 2013 Morabito tournament. It looks like… Read More →
Olivia Ancin went 1 for 2 with an RBI in North Rockland’s 7-1 loss to Niagara-Wheatfield in Sunday¹s consolation game of the James Ace Morabito tournament in Herkimer. Earlier in the day, Olivia D’Amelio and Alexa Chiorazzi each had an RBI for the Red Raiders in their 7-2 loss to… Read More →
Morabito Tournament Results from Sunday, May 13th; courtesy of Mr. William Shaw: Sunday, May 13 Schedule Morning Games: Greece Athena 8, Binghamton 5 New Rochelle 10, Chenango Forks 0 Valley Central 4, Clarkstown South 3 (8 Innings) Cicero North Syracuse 17, Shaker 0 St. Josephs By The Sea 4, Niagara… Read More →
I spoke to North Rockland senior Mackenzie Conklin on the bus back to hotel about their split of the first two games in the tournament: Her thoughts on the team’s win in game one 4-1 over Greece Athena: “We were really psyched for the game,” Conklin said. “It showed a… Read More →