There are so many sports out in the Port Washington area, it can be a full-time job just sifting through all of the action. Luckily, you have Patch, and we will get you caught up in one convenient place each week.
Here’s what the local Port Washington area teams have been up to this week:
Baseball: On April 1 the Vikings were defeated 6-3 by Bellmore JFK. Justin Stybel tossed the first 6.1 innings and gave way to Michael McCormick, who recorded the save and also drove in two runs.
The next day, they were victorious over Long Beach by the score of 7-6. The game was tied in the last inning when Erik Klug hit a walk-off single to win it. Bryce Keller received the no-decision despite another 15 strikeouts. Nick Duarte went 3-3 with a home run.
On April 4 they lost 10-0 to Carey. Ryan Hensley struck out 10 in a one-hitter. Vinny Lamanna received the loss for Port Washington.
Softball: The Vikings won both of their games this week. On April 3 they trounced Uniondale by the score of 15-2. Georgia Goodman led the offense with three RBIs and Alex Caprariello tossed a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts in the win.
On April 5 they defeated Freeport 3-2. Ironically, Caprariello tossed another one-hitter with 12 strikeouts in this victory. The go-ahead run was driven in on an RBI double by Emma Lupoli.
Boys Lacrosse: On April 2 the Vikings were defeated 9-8 by Long Beach, thanks to four goals by James Forkin. Multiple goals were scored by three players for Port Washington.
Two days later they lost 9-1 to Friends Academy despite eight saves by Nicky Ferraro. Will Sands scored three goals and tallied two assists for Friends Academy. The lone goal was scored by Derek Caruso.
Girls Lacrosse: On April 3 the Vikings were defeated 10-7 by Victor Central Rochester. For Port Washington, Michele Lamers recorded seven saves, and on offense Lauren DeSimone and Danielle Rosmarin both scored two goals.
Baseball: Unfortunately, the Indians dropped all three games this week. On April 1 they lost 4-3 to South Side. Harrison Park drove in the winning run in the sixth inning.
On April 2 the team lost 15-14 to Plainedge on a walk-off single by R.J. Ciaio. Anderson and Mack both hit home runs for the Indians.
The team also lost on April 4 to Division by the score of 12-3 thanks to a seven-run fourth inning. Curtis was the losing pitcher in the game.
Softball: On April 1 the team lost 10-2 to Valley Stream South, with Ally Hart pitching for Manhasset. Jen Pace went 4-4 with three runs scored.
On April 4 the team also lost to Sewanhaka by the score of 13-5. Taylor Fillippi was the winning pitcher as she also went 4-4. Rachel Wisnieski went 3-5 with a single, double and triple in the game.
Boys Lacrosse: The team won both games this week. On April 1 it defeated Cold Spring Harbor, 10-3. Mike Fahey led the offense with five goals and Dylan Meyer had 11 saves.
On April 6 the team beat Darien 10-9 with the game-winning goal scored by Ryan Miller with 2:18 remaining. James Farrell scored three goals.
Girls Lacrosse: In its lone game the team was victorious 14-7 over Chatham. Lindsey Ronbeck, Sarah Barcia and Natalie Stefan each scored three goals in the win.
Baseball: In its first series of the season the Gaels were defeated by Holy Trinity. On April 2 the team lost 11-1. Jack Palma was the losing pitcher, however, he did hit a home run accounting for their lone run.
On April 3 the team lost 13-1. The offense was led by Don Crispyn who went 2-4 with four RBI. Dan Wilson was the winning pitcher as he tossed four innings.
The next day the team lost 5-2 as Jack Palma received the loss. Matt Sheehan's three-run home run was the difference in the game.
Boys Lacrosse: The team dominated in all three games this week. On April 2 it defeated Mt. St. Michael 13-1. Stephen Milhaven recorded a career-high five goals.
The next day the team defeated St. Joseph’s by the Sea 15-3. Tim Ahern led the offense with six goals and two assists, while Billy Meed added three goals and four assists.
On April 6 the Gaels put up a 14-1 victory over Cardinal Spellman. Ahern recorded five goals and four assists with Jack McManus adding a career-high four goals. They improve to 4-1 on the seaon.
Editorial note: the above results were gathered from information published by Newsday.