Girls Lacrosse 
North Salem 10, Pawling 9 (Double OT)
Wednesday, April 28
Girls lacrosse started the season strong with a double-overtime win against Pawling. Senior midfielder Jane Fetterolf led the Tigers in scoring with a hat trick and two assists, and senior attack Camille Flayhan also added two goals.

The contest also saw the first varsity goals for Lili Valletta, Anna Behler, Carolyne Barrella, and Anna Fetterolf. Izzy Conley was solid in goal with 11 saves. 

North Salem 12, Westlake 4
Saturday, May 1
The Tigers were dominant in their home opener behind a tremendous effort by captains Camille Flayhan and Jane Fetterolf. Flayhan would lead in scoring with 5 goals and an assist, while Fetterolf netted 4 goals. Anna Fetterolf, Lili Valletta, and Dana Connolly each chipped in a goal each. Junior goalie Izzy Conley recorded 10 saves. 

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Boys Lacrosse 
North Salem 12, Hastings 9
Wednesday, April 28
The Tigers opened their season with a resilient showing against Hastings. Down 3-1 after the first quarter, North Salem would rally and go up 6-5 at halftime. Hastings would regain the lead, only for the Tigers to once again bounce back for the victory.

Senior captain Conrad Good led in scoring with 5 goals, while Ian Woloshyn chipped in 3 goals, and Aidan Houlihan added 3 assists. First year goalie Rob Moia had 13 saves.

“We’re very happy with the way the team played and set the tone for the season,” said Coach CJ Fleming. “It was a big win and a confidence boost for our team.”

Baseball
North Salem 7, Dobbs Ferry 5
Friday, April 30
North Salem opened the season with a win at home over Dobbs Ferry behind a solid start by Robbie Gilchrist and relief effort by Shane Waldron. Zac Major went 2-3 with 2 RBI. 

North Salem 11, Pleasantville 5
Saturday, May 1
Christian Baryla powered the Tigers’ offense, going 3-3 with 3 RBI. Anthony Foglia went 2-3 with 2 RBI, Robbie Gilchrist was 1-3 with 2 RBI, and Dylan Schoenberg went 2-3 with 1 RBI. Jake Torres started for North Salem, with Tommy Eberhardt and Ryan Baer coming in in relief. 

Softball
Hastings 14, North Salem 4
Tuesday, April 27
The new-look squad took the field behind senior Cat Senatore on the mound, but errors in the field would ultimately cost the Tigers as the young team finds their footing. In an unusual play of note, Kiara Donovan would reach base on a catcher error following a strike out, eventually advancing and scoring on another error and a wild pitch.

Valhalla 14, North Salem 3
Friday, April 30
The Tigers took a loss to a tough Valhalla team, but showed improvement behind a solid pitching performance by Sienna Bertolino. Skylar Bender would reach on a bunt and eventually score for North Salem, while clutch doubles by Kiara Donovan and Becky Senatore would also add life to the Tiger offense. 

“We’re still evolving, but we’re getting better,” said Coach Bob Mittelstadt. “I see a lot of progress.”

Golf
Brewster 253, North Salem 325
Tuesday, April 20

Brewster 247, North Salem 305
Thursday, April 22

Pawling 253, North Salem 295
Monday, April 26

Briarcliff 236, North Salem 312
Tuesday, April 27

Carmel 216, Mahopac, 247, North Salem 300
Wednesday, April 28
Varsity golf struggled early in the season, but the young squad continues to learn and improve. The team is led by senior Nick Mastrandrea and junior Jonathan Carlin, and has five sophomores, Dylan Walter, Brett Itchkow, Nate James, Caleb Elias, and Thomas McGrath, who are all first time golfers. 

“Even though they are beginners, they have the makings of a solid group in the years ahead as they continue to develop,” said Coach Chris Regan.