Story by Luke Segota
The Lady Wildcats softball team is showing that they’re in it for the trophy this season, earning another win on Wed., Apr. 18 against Monroe-Woodbury. Shannon McNally pitched six shutout innings, securing the non-league win for Warwick. The final score was 10-1.
Jack Leahy, of the Warwick Wildcats, is having an impressive season on the field. In a game against Valley Central on Wed., Apr. 18, Leahy struck out 11 while his teammate, James Pinelli, hit two RBIs to help secure another Division 2 win for the Wildcats baseball team with a final score of 4-3.
Warwick was able to maintain this winning streak with a game on Fri., Apr. 20 against Valley Central. Ian Ritchie pitched a five-inning, three-hit game to secure another Division 2 win.
Also proving themselves on the field this past week, the boys’ varsity lacrosse team earned another Division 2 win for Warwick. In the game played on Wed., Apr. 18 against Cornwall, Eric Ormsby and Noah Daigle led with three points each. The final score was 18-1.
The boys proved themselves again on Fri., Apr. 20 in a game against Pine Bush. Warwick won with a final score of 13-1 with Kenton Mears scoring four goals.
Also earning a Division 2 win for Warwick lacrosse, the girls’ team played against Valley Central on Wed., Apr. 18. Leading with points was Austin Post with four. The winning score was 16-8.
Erin Flannery led the girls lacrosse team against Cornwall on Fri., Apr. 20 with two goals and two assists, securing another Division 2. The final score was 13-9.
As students graduating from Warwick this year prepare for their freshman year of college, athletes often select a school where they will be able to showcase their talent and ability. This past week, Warwick Valley High School senior Hannah Hamling signed on to play Division 1 volleyball for Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. in the fall.