Softball: Blue Waves fall short against top-seeded Bay Shore

05/22/2013 9:25 PM |

DANIEL DE MATO PHOTO | Riverhead shortstop Danielle Napoli applies the tag at second base on a Bay Shore runner Wednesday in the Class AA quarterfinals.

SUFFOLK CLASS AA QUARTERFINALS | MARAUDERS 3, BLUE WAVES 0

The No. 8 Riverhead Blue Waves were eliminated from the Suffolk County Class AA softball quarterfinals, dropping a 3-0 decision to top-seeded and host Bay Shore on Wednesday afternoon.

Bay Shore right-hander Michelle DeVito allowed two hits, struck out 11 batters and walked only one at Jim McGowan Field at the Fifth Avenue Elementary School.

Kali Alzate went 2-for-3 with a solo home run in the fourth inning for Bay Shore.

Only five Riverhead players reached base as Stephanie Falisi doubled with two out in the second inning. Sara Tucci had the other hit. Danielle Napoli twice got on via errors and starting pitcher Amanda Graziano walked as the Blue Waves finished at 15-6.

The Marauders (20-1) will host fourth-seeded Hauppauge in the semifinals on Friday.

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