Queensborough trailed Westmoreland 8-2 heading into the seventh inning, but Tommy Reo and Anthony Gonzalez belted back-to-back home runs and Felipe Martinez scored on a David Mercado double. Kendel Ortiz doubled in Mercado in the four-run inning.Danny Dioguardi picked up the loss for Queensborough, which finished the season at 25-19.In the opener Ridgewater right-hander Ethan Vogt fanned 10 Tigers en route to the shutout win. Vogt got all the offensive support he would need in the top of the sixth inning on a sacrifice fly. Ridgewater added three insurance runs in the seventh inning on a bloop single, an error and a balk.Freshman Junior Ramirez went 6.2 innings and allowed four hits and one earned run. Luis Rojas paced the offense, going 2-for-3.Tyler chooses FDUFormer Cardozo standout Cameron Tyler, who has spent the last two years at Notre Dame Prep in Massachusetts, signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at Fairleigh Dickinson University last week. Tyler, who averaged 30 points per game for the Judges in 2003 chose FDU over the University of Massachusetts and Iona College, among other schools.Reach Sports Editor Dylan Butler by e-mail at TimesLedger@aol.com or call 718-229-0300, Ext. 143.
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