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    NYC softball power rankings (4/10)

    by MSG Varsity on
    Tue, Apr 10, 2012 2:45 PM

    Updated Tue, Apr 10, 2012 8:53 PM
    NYC softball power rankings (4/10)

    Sophomore pitcher Cheyenne Tatesure on the mound

    Photo by Credit Denver Louis

    NYC top 15 softball teams

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    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    1
    6-0
    1

    The Pirates opened a huge week with a huge win, shutting out No. 6 Madison, 3-0 Monday. Cheryl Lopez allowed two hits and stuck out 12. Next: No. 13 McKee/Staten Island Tech (Thursday, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    2
    3-1
    2

    Victoria Goldbach struck out 11 and drove in three, while Taylor Moss homered twice for the Stanners in a 17-2 win over Christ the King Monday. Next: No. 10 Fontbonne Hall (Wednesday, 3:45 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    3
    2-0
    3

    Jackie Cautela struck out four in a complete-game three-hitter and also had an RBI single in a 2-0 non-league win over Bishop Ahr (NJ). Next: Notre Dame Academy (Tuesday, Noon)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    4
    3-1
    4

    Nicole Lomangino struck out 14 and belted a two-run home run to lead the Terriers over Fontbonne Hall, 4-1, Monday afternoon. Next: No. 8 Mary Louis (Wednesday, 3:45 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    5
    6-0
    5

    The Lady Knights beat New Utrecht, 12-1, in a game broadcast on MSG Varsity. Madison will be back in front of the cameras for a PSAL championship rematch with Tottenville Monday. Next: @ No. 1 Tottenville (April 16, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    6
    1-0
    6

    The Mavericks were idle this week after opening the season with a 10-2 win against St. John Villa. After facing Notre Dame, Moore is home for rival St. Joseph by the Sea Sunday. Next: Notre Dame Academy (Thursday, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    7
    5-0
    7

    Construction has easily defeated its division foes, but now takes a big step up in competition with games against Francis Lewis and Tottenville coming up. Next: @ No. 9 Francis Lewis (April 17, 4:30 p.m.)

     

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    8
    2-2
    8

    Alyssa Paolicelli went 3-for-5 with three runs scored and a two-run single to pace the Hilltoppers to a 9-8 victory against Fontbonne Hall. Next: @ No. 4 St. Francis Prep (Wednesday, 3:45 p.m.)

     

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    9
    6-1
    9

    The Patriots rebounded from their first PSAL loss, 6-1 to Bayside, to defeat Townsend Harris, 12-1. Next up is Queens foe Construction and Brooklyn powerhouse Madison. Next: No. 7 Construction (April 17, 4:30 p.m.)

     

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    10
    2-2
    11

    Nicolette Trapani struck out seven and tossed four no-hit innings in a 4-1 loss to St. Francis Prep. The Bonnies next face a hungry Archbishop Molloy squad. Next: @ Archbishop Molloy (Wednesday, 3:45 p.m.)

     

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    11
    2-0
    12

    Coach Rachel Mazza continues to challenge the Panthers with tough non-league games, from St. Joseph by the Sea to Mary Louis to a scrimmage with Tottenville. Next: @ Sacred Heart (April 17, 4:15 p.m.)

     

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    12
    Susan Wagner
    5-0
    13

    The Falcons are tied with Tottenville atop the PSAL Staten Island A division standings, but survived a scare by beating New Dorp, 19-12. Next: Clinton (April 16, 4 p.m.)

     

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    13
    McKee/Staten Island Tech
    4-1
    14

    MSIT defeated Petrides, 4-0, on March 27 and is hoping for a similar result Thursday before heading to Central Park to meet Environmental Studies in Central Park on April 17. Next: Petrides (Thursday, 11 a.m.)

     

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    14
    1-0
    10

    The six-time defending NYSAISAA champions got their season off on the right foot, beating Riverdale by a touchdown, 14-7, last week. Next: Fieldston (Friday, 4:30 p.m.)

     

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    15
    Bayside
    6-1
    NR

    After an upset loss to neighborhood rival Cardozo to open the season, the Commodores have reeled off six straight wins, including a 6-1 defeat of Francis Lewis. Next: @ Newtown (April 17, 4:30 p.m.)

     

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