Leading off today:
Isaac Lewis allowed five hits and no walks in a complete game as Mamaroneck
edged Roy C. Ketcham 2-1 in baseball on Tuesday.
It was Ketcham's second consecutive loss after a 14-0 start to the season.
Lewis, who entered the game with a 0.22 ERA, needed just 98 pitches and struck out seven batters.
Senior Ethan Renner delivered the game-winning double in the eighth after Mamaroneck tied the contest on Mark Bucchino's infield single with two outs in the seventh.
Mamaroneck improved to 12-6 after stemming the bleeding from committing a total of 10 errors in the previous two games.
"Coming off two tough losses, we were fired up today," Lewis said. "Their pitcher did a great job. We weren't getting to him until the end, so this was a great way to win a ballgame."
The Tigers finally chased Ketcham starter Bret Eirish (six hits allowed, nine strikeouts) when Asher Tannenbaum opened the eighth with a single. Renner then greeted reliever Ryan Kirby with a double over the third-base bag that allowed Tannenbaum to score from first.
Rally caps: Kenmore West (9-4), which once trailed 6-0, scored four times in the bottom of the seventh for an 8-7 softball win over Niagara-Wheatfield. Olivia Foglia-Leffler singled up the middle to drive home two runs for the walk-off win.
• No. 15 for Styles: Two days after becoming the first Class D school to win the Ace Mirabito Tournament, Deposit beat Greene 6-0 behind pitcher Mackenzie Styles' 15th career perfect game.
Styles had 17 strikeouts.
NYSED gets involved: The scandal that began with the disclosure of massive class-cutting by members of the state-championship basketball team is now in the hands of the New York State Education Department, which will audit attendance records and review credit recovery practices in the Newburgh school district.