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High Schools: Nellis sparks Sir Bills' victory

Tuesday, April 17, 2012
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Joe Nellis struck out nine and also belted an RBI triple to help Johnstown edge Hudson Falls, 3-2, in a Foothills Council baseball game Monday.

Patrick Morrison doubled and singled for the 2-1, 3-2 Sir Bills. Nick Welcome’s two-run single paced 0-3, 2-3 Hudson Falls.

South Glens Falls scored five runs in the top of the ninth and rallied past Broadalbin-Perth, 9-4.

Mitch Fearis had three hits, and Pat Mulcahy drove in two runs for the Bulldogs. Josh Hay went the full nine innings.

For the Patriots, Anthony Visco had two hits.

Reed Farrier went 4-for-6, including a double, and Zack Parsens went 4-for-7 with a triple and game-tying two-run homer in the seventh inning to help Queensbury outslug Scotia-Glenville, 16-11.

The Spartans (3-0, 5-1) banged out 17 hits.

For 2-1, 2-2 Scotia-Glenville, Andy Stuart went 3-for-5 with a double, Anthonoy Musto doubled and Nick Schaub ripped a triple.

Nick McKinney had three hits, including a pair of triples, driving in five runs, to propel Glens Falls over Gloversville, 11-3.

Greg Mosetti and Dave Van­denabeele had two hits apiece for the Huskies.

Mike Randozzo ripped a triple, and Albany committed six errors as Schenectady bounced the Falcons, 8-1, in the Big 10.

Cody Largeteau’s two-out infield single scored Henry Holmes with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning as Duanesburg rallied past Galway, 3-2, in the Western Athletic Conference.

Holmes also had an RBI single for 1-1, 1-5 Galway. Junior Jason Cramer pitched two-thirds of an inning and picked up his first varsity win.

Galway went ahead, 2-1, in the top of the seventh on a two-out Duanesburg error. Galway falls to 0-3 and 1-4.

Shawn King fired a two-hit shutout to send Mekeel Christian Academy over Mayfield, 12-0.

Oheino Miller went 4-for-4, including a double, and Courtney Pensen drove in three runs with a double and a single for 2-0, 4-1 Mekeel Christian Academy.

Ray Ponte Jr. ripped a pair of doubles, and Fort Plain scored three times in the eighth inning to beat St. Johnsville, 7-6.

Joe Ray added an RBI double for the 2-0, 3-1 Hilltoppers, who scored the game-inner on an RBI single by eighth-grader Jesse Heroth.

St. Johnsville was led by Dylan Klock with a double, single and three runs scored.

Tyler Gereau knocked in three runs with a double and a single, and Anthony Blanche and Eric Beer combined for 13 strikeouts in Saratoga Catholic’s 22-1 rout of Sharon Springs.

Casey Coan added a triple, a single and an RBI for 1-0, 3-0 Sar­atoga Catholic, which banged out 15 hits.

In the Adirondack league, Corinth improved to 3-0 and 4-2 with a 10-2 victory over Hadley-Luzerne.

Greg Kelley’s two-run single led the Tomahawks. Corey Cummins and Alex Robarge added RBI singles, and Andrew Jenkins belted a triple. For 2-1, 5-2 Hadley-Luzerne, Scott Combs doubled.

Ethan Kisielis had four hits and two RBI to lift Amsterdam over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, 8-4, in a non-league game.

Tom Miller and Robbie Sherlock also had two RBI for the Rugged Rams.

Logan King went 3-for-4 with two RBI, including the game-winner in the seventh inning, as Stillwater slipped past Mechaniccville, 7-6, in a non-league game.

BIG 10

SCHENECTADY 8, ALBANY 1

Albany 000 001 0 — 1 3 6

Schenectady 011 013 2 — 8 8 0

No batteries available.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

SOUTH GLENS FALLS 9, BROADALBIN-PERTH 4 (9)

South Glens Falls 100 111 005 — 9 10 4

Broadalbin 030 001 000 — 4  7 1

Jay and Mulcahy; Pingitore, Visco (6), Zarecki (7), Brown (9), Myers (9) and Gordon.

QUEENSBURY 16, SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 11

Queensbury 041 012 216 — 16 17 4

Scotia-Glenville 530 011 010 — 11 11 6

Parson, LaFountain (4), Western (9) and Farrier; Stuart, Zegler (7), Borden (9) and Schoonmaker.

JOHNSTOWN 3, HUDSON FALLS 2

Hudson Falls 000 020 0 — 2 3 2

Johnstown 101 010 x — 3 6 3

Welcome and Windell; Nellis and Hecht

GLENS FALLS 11, GLOVERSVILLE 3

Glens Falls 004 322 0 —11 7 2

Gloversville 030 000 0 — 3 7 4

Mosetti, Vickery (4), Casirmio (4) and Murray; Harrington and McMahon..

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

DUANESBURG 3, GALWAY 2

Galway 000 001 1 — 2 4 2

Duanesburg 100 000 2 — 3 4 5

Manna, Berlin (6) and Marshall; McGarry, Cramer (8) and Largeteau.

MEKEEL CHRISTIAN 12, MAYFIELD 0

Mekeel 144 010 2 — 12 11 1

Mayfield 000 000 0 —  0  2 8

King and Zeronda; Haschtz, VanNostrand (7) and Messina.

FORT PLAIN 7, ST. JOHNSVILLE 6 (8)

Fort Plain 000 120 13 — 7 8 1

St. Johnsville 101 011 02 — 6 9 7

Failing, Hanifan (8) and Sweet; Klock, Jaikin (5) and Johnson.

SARATOGA CATHOLIC 22, SHARON SPRINGS 1

Sharon Springs 000 010 0 —  1  2 8

Saratoga Catholic 402 790 x — 22 15 2

Roche, Kennedy (3), Oulette (4), Johnstone (6) and Johnstone, Kennedy (6); Blanche, Beer (5) and Nladik.

ADIRONDACK LEAGUE

CORINTH 10, HADLEY-LUZERNE 2

Hadley-Luzerne 000 0020 0 — 2 3 1

Corinth 030 331 x —10 5 2

Combs, Pickens (5) and Bogdan; Kelley, Basmajian (7) and Jenkins, Kelley (7).

NON-LEAGUE

AMSTERDAM 8, BH-BL 4

Burnt Hills 001 001 2 — 4  9 1

Amsterdam 002 600 x — 8 11 2

Dufel and Liverio; Cawley; Slingerland (4), McDonnell (6) and Moore.

STILLWATER 7, MECHANICVILLE 6

Stillwater 200 030 2 — 7 13 3

Mechanicville 002 301 0 — 6 11 3

Jones, Hill (5), Kane (7) and McCumber; Perras, Dunn (6), Cocoran (7) and Jones.

Softball

Duanesburg rolls

Caitlyn Sanders had three hits and three runs batted in, and Dani Hennel and Tori Powers combined on a three-hitter as Duanesburg stopped Galway, 16-1, in a Western Athletic Conference game.

Ali Soucy added two hits and two RBI for 2-0 Duanesburg, Hannah Bowersox threw a four-hitter, and Lindsey Vanier went 4-for-4 as Schoharie blanked Middleburgh, 17-0, in the WAC.

Kathleen Colley added three hits and drove in three runs for 2-0 Schoharie.

Sharon Springs pushed across an unearned run in the third inning, and Brittany Baker made it stand up with a five-hitter as the Lady Spartans beat Saratoga Central Catholic, 1-0, in the WAC.

Natalie Pikus had two hits and Sloan Connors stole three bases for the Lady Saints.

Pinch-runner Tonya Karayan stole second base and scored when a two-out fly ball was dropped, giving Troy a 2-1 win over Schenec­tady in the Big 10.

Hunter Levesque threw a three-hitter and struck out eight for 1-0, 3-1 Troy, which saw Lexi Lewis drive in its other run.

Mia Valentine had three hits and two RBI, and Gina Torres drove in two runs as Albany beat Bishop Maginn, 18-2, in the Big 10.

Mackenzie Honikel added a 3-for-4 game for 1-0, 2-3 Albany.

Kim Thompson and Kirstyn Alonzo combined on a three-hitter as Mechanicville beat Holy Names, 3-2, in the Colonial Council.

Erin Maloney and Alysa Russell both drove in three runs for the 2-0, 4-2 Lady Red Raiders, with Alison Ford contributing two hits and two RBI.

Alyssa LaLonde finished with a one-hitter, leading Johnstown past Scotia-Glenville, 3-0, in the Foothills Council.

LaLonde, who also hit a double, allowed only a fourth-inning single to Eric McNulty. Mary Beth DeCuyke added a pair of singles for the Lady Bills.

Unbeaten Loudonville Christian School got home runs from Alexis Rollis and Stephanie Zaloom, and Katie Dariano knocked in five runs with three hits, in beating Doane Stuart, 28-7, in the Central Hudson Valley League.

Yasmin Fabian drove in three runs for Doane Stuart.

Kelsey Hennig, Sarah Risko and Sara Eaton all had two RBI as New Lebanon defeated Heatly, 24-5, in the CHVL.

Maria Patterson had four hits, and both Kaila Dunham and Cate Belber added three, as Mohonasen dropped Gloversville, 5-3, in a non-league game.

Haley VanVorst drove in the winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning as Columbia edged Cohoes, 2-1, in a non-leaguer.

VanVorst had two hits for the 5-2 Lady Blue Devils. Sam Schermerhorn drove in the run for Cohoes.

Jeanine Rodriguez knocked in two runs to back a two-hitter from Kristi Burgess, as Saratoga Springs beat Glens Falls, 7-1.

Rodriguez and Makaylee Dowd had three hits, and Michaela Bertrand added two more for the Lady Blue Streaks.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

DUANESBURG 16, GALWAY 1

Galway 100  0 0 —  1  3 6

Duanesburg 103 (11)1 — 16 16 0

Snyder and Smith; Hennel, Powers (5) and Hanson.

SCHOHARIE 17, MIDDLEBURGH 0

Middleburgh 000 00 —  0  4 4

Schoharie 245 6x — 17 18 1

Risch and Hagadorn; Bowersox and Danthine.

SHARON SPRINGS 1, SARATOGA CENTRAL CATHOLIC 0

Sharon Springs 001 000 0 — 1 3 0

Saratoga Catholic 000 000 0 — 0 5 1

Baker and Judd; Maher, McDonough (4) and Ondreyko.

BIG 10

TROY 2, SCHENECTADY 1

Schenectady 000 010 0 — 1 3 2

Troy 000 010 1 — 2 6 2

Rose and Derboghossian; Levesque and Heiser.

ALBANY 18, BISHOP MAGINN 2

Albany 101 (10)6 — 18 15 3

Bishop Maginn 002  0 0 —  2  3 2

Torres, J.Miller (5) and C.Miller; Hope and Dibiase.

COLONIAL COUNCIL

MECHANICVILLE 13, HOLY NAMES 0

Holy Names 000 000 0 —  0  3 3

Mechanicville 013 225 x — 13 13 1

Bille and Barrance; Thompson, Alonzo (6) and DeMarco, DeStafano (6).

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

JOHNSTOWN 3, SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 0

Johnstown 010 000 2 — 3 7 0

Scotia 000 000 0 — 0 1 4

LaLonde and Hlozansky; McNulty, Mayette (4) and Ferrari.

CHVL

LOUDONVILLE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 28, DOANE STUART 7

LCS 3(11)0 95 — 28 23 4

Doane Stuart 0 0 0 07 —  7  1 3

Rollis, Hannay (4) and Stephano; M.Murdock, E.Murdock (2), Fabian (2) and Jones.

NEW LEBANON 24, HEATLY 5

Heatly 500 0 0 —  5 5 4

New Lebanon 571 (11)x — 24 8 4

Heffern, Mason and Gurbey; Hennig and Moffitt.

GERMANTOWN 11, BERLIN 7

Berlin 303 010 0 —  7  4

Germantown 142 031 x — 11 10

Spaniol and Bly; Cady and Fix.

NON-LEAGUE

MOHONASEN 14, GLOVERSVILLE 5

Mohonasen 330 170 0 — 14 19 2

Gloversville 320 000 0  —  5  3 0

Belber, Patterson (3) and Izzo; Stewart, Funk (5) and Pierce

COLUMBIA 2, COHOES 1

Cohoes 010 000 0 — 1 5 1

Columbia 100 001 x — 2 6 0

Dayter and Gumprecht; Cooper and Knox.

SARATOGA SPRINGS 7, GLENS FALLS 1

Glens Falls 000 010 0 — 1  2 2

Saratoga 002 104 x — 7 11 2

Harvey and Lefebvre; Burgess and Willner-Giwerc.

Lacrosse

Patriots roll

Gabbie Billsborrow connected for 12 points on seven goals and five assists, and Kia Ference backed her up with six goals and a pair of assists as Schenectady pounded Cohoes, 23-4, in a Capital District Women’s Lacrosse League game.

Ashley Dessingue scored three times for the Tigers.

Emma Malicki scored six goals and added two assists as Albany Academy for Girls stopped Emma Willard, 10-9, in overtime.

Kristen Connors tallied three goals, and seven other players also scored as balanced Shenendehowa beat Colonie, 13-3, in the Suburban Council.

In the Foothills Council, Mary Rahal scored five times, and eight other players scored in Queensbury’s 21-7 victory over Schuylerville.

Chloe Knapp and Lydia Knapp each scored six goals in Glens Falls’ 17-5 win over Johnstown.

Ally Naja found the net six times, and Laurren Vetter tacked on five more scores as South Glens Falls bounced Scotia-Glenville, 21-11.

Taylor Volkman added four goals and three assists for the Bulldogs.

Sarah Hummel fired in five goals, and Sally O’Toole contributed four goals and an assist to lift Holy Names over Greenwich, 16-15, in a girls’ non-league game.

Isabelle Siperly scored seven goals for 2-1, 2-2 Greenwich, which also got 12 saves from Sam Perry. Baleigh Payne stopped four shots for 1-2 Holy Names.

CDWLL

SCHENECTADY 23, COHOES 4

Cohoes  4 0 —  4

Schenectady 14 9 — 23

Cohoes scoring: Ashley Dessingue 3-0, Katie Monson 1-0. Schenectady scoring: Gabbie Billsborrow 7-5, Kia Ference 6-2, Marjorie Drohan 3-3, Andrea Shaver 2-2, Sade Brice 2-0, Zipporah Dundas 1-1, Dahneagah Henderson 1-0, Yella Drummer 1-0, Kristen St. Andrews 0-2, Kaylie DelGiacco 0-2, Rachel Redman 0-1, Denia Gaillard 0-1, Isabella Laugen 0-1.

Goaltenders: Cohoes, Meghan Loiselle, 5 saves. Schenectady, Thanuja Singh, 4 saves.

ALBANY ACADEMY 10, EMMA WILLARD 9 (OT)

Emma Willard 4 4 1 0 —  9

Albany Academy 1 7 1 1 — 10

Emma Willard scoring: Francesca Gundrum 3-1, Maxine Kannemyer 2-0, Sam

Kreda 2-0, Kathy LaForest 1-1, Katie Smith 1-0. Albany Academy scoring: Emma Hardy 1-0, Brianna Hart 1-0, Emam Malicki 6-2, Emily Martin 2-1.

Goaltenders: Emma Willard, Olivia Gundrum, 8 saves. Albany Academy, Alex Macaffer, 7 saves.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

SHENENDEHOWA 13, COLONIE 13

Colonie 2 1 —  3

Shenendehowa 8 5 — 13

Colonie scoring: Kim Carr 2-0, Kelley Murphy 1-0. Shenendehowa scoring: Paige Byrne 0-2, Kristen Connors 3-0, Danielle DaCunha 2-0, Emiliy Depoy 1-0, Emma Dooley 2-0, Megan McCarthy 1-0, Jacklyn Romano 1-0, Madison Shea 1-0, Leigha Stephens 2-0.

Goaltenders: Colonie, Barbara Furan, 3 saves. Shenendehowa, Sarah Arnold, 1 save.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

QUEENSBURY 21, SCHUYLERVILLE 7

Queensbury 16 5 — 21

Schuylerville  3 4 —  7

Queensbury scoring: Rebecca Adams 1-0, Sam Ballard 2-2, Katie Buhner 2-0, Allison Butler 0-1, Sami Hawkins 3-1, Emma Morrissey 1-2, Mary Rahal 5-3, Christie Raymond 2-3, Casey White 2-1, Lindsey White 3-1, Katie Zilka 0-1. Schuylerville scoring: Ally Liptak 2-0, Carley Marcellus 1-0, Breanna Miller 2-1, Jordyn Roussette 1-0, Megan Young 1-0.

Goaltenders: Queensbury, Courtney Jenkins, 8 saves. Schuylerville, Mikayla Will­iams, 6 saves.

GLENS FALLS 17, JOHNSTOWN 5

Johnstown 3 2 —  5

Glens Falls 8 9 — 17

Johnstown scoring: M. Anagoitoulos 1-0, Mallory Hanson 1-0, E. Heroth 1-0, Kendra Mccoy 1-1, Alexis Swatt 1-1. Glens Falls scoring: Chloe Knapp 6-0, Lydia Knapp 6-4, Emma Morrissey 2-0, Emily White 3-3.

Goaltenders: Johnstown, Courtney Ponte, 9 saves. Glens Falls, Jillian Rizzo, 8 saves.

SOUTH GLENS FALLS 21, SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 11

Scotia-Glenville  6 5 — 11

South Glens Falls 13 8 — 21

Scotia-Glenville scoring: Megan Clune 1-0, Katelyn Dwyer 1-1, Taylor Esperti 1-0, Tiana McGuire 2-1, Dominique Puglisi 1-0, Alexis Yagielski 4-1, Cara Zanta 1-0. South Glens Falls scoring: Courtney Coons 0-1, Amelia Hastings 2-2, Kassondra Kreppein 1-0, Ally Naja 6-3, Mykenzie Potter 3-2, Lauren Vetter 5-0, Taylor Volkman 4-3.

Goaltenders: Scotia-Glenville, Megan Lipe, 6 saves. South Glenls Falls, Sara Vinciguerra, 7 saves.

NON-LEAGUE

HOLY NAMES 16, GREENWICH 15

Greenwich 5 10 — 15

Holy Names 6 10 — 16

Greenwich scoring: Marla Patane 2-2, Kellsey Fraher 1-1, Whitney Owens 1-2, Kayla Goman 3-2, Isabelle Sipperly 7-2, Sarah Crowder 1-1. Holy Names scoring: Jayne Ryan 3-2, Erin O’Sullivan 1-1, Anne Risler 0-2, Sarah Hummler 5-0, Sally O’Toole 4-1, Tatiana Enslin 1-3, Catie Vivian 2-2.

Goaltenders: Greenwich, Sam Perry, 12 saves; Hannah Ridinger, 5 saves. Holy Names, Baleigh Payne, 4 saves.

 
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