School baseball: Broadalbin-Perth rolls to 11-1 victory over Ravena

Broadalbin-Perth’s Jake Terwilliger watches a hit during Tuesday's high school baseball game against Ravena-Selkirk at Broadalbin-Perth High School.
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Broadalbin-Perth’s Jake Terwilliger watches a hit during Tuesday's high school baseball game against Ravena-Selkirk at Broadalbin-Perth High School.

The Broadalbin-Perth baseball team cruised to an 11-1 win Tuesday in its first-round game of the Section II Class B tournament against Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk.

The No. 2 seed in its tournament, Broadalbin-Perth received four RBIs and two hits, including a triple, from Jake Terwilliger to lead the offense in a game stopped after the top of the fifth inning. On the mound, Ryan Visco struck out seven batters in five innings. Mike Magliocca also had two hits for Broadalbin-Perth, which received two RBIs from Luke Tambasco.

Schuylerville, the No. 14 seed, posted an upset win with a 3-0 victory against third-seeded Mechanicville. Lucas Woodcock struck out four in a two-hit shutout for Schuylerville, which received two hits and two RBIs from Cayden Rutland. Luke Sherman contributed three hits, including two doubles, and scored two runs for Schuylerville.

Schuylerville will play No. 6 Schalmont, which defeated Saratoga Catholic 10-0. Jerek Hobb struck out 17 batters for the Sabres in pitching a two-hitter. Andrew Schraa, Carter Gould and Aiden Jasenski each had two hits for Schalmont, while Schraa also had two RBIs.

No. 9 Fonda-Fultonville defeated No. 8 Granville 3-1 for coach Rick Palumbo’s 250th career win. Derek Duval and Zenmatsu Myles each had an RBI in the win.

MACK LEADS BLUE STREAKS

In a 1-0 win against Niskayuna in a Class AA first-round game, Saratoga Springs’ Michael Mack struck out seven batters in seven shutout innings.

Meanwhile, Niskayuna’s Sam Falace struck out 11 batters, and allowed an earned run, in 6 2-3 innings. Saratoga Springs’ Kevin Oudekerk had the game’s lone RBI, which came with two outs in the top of the seventh inning. With the upset win, the No. 10 Blue Streaks advanced to play Thursday against No. 2 Shenendehowa.

No. 6 Shaker advanced past No. 11 Albany with a 12-0 win. Michael Simkulet threw a two-hit shutout and Robert Fratangelo had five RBIs. Shaker will play No. 3 Ballston Spa in Thursday’s quarterfinals.

SPARTANS CRUISE
Third-seeded Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake advanced to the quarterfinals with a 12-2 win against Lansingburgh in a game stopped in the fifth inning. John Wells tripled and had three RBIs, while Vincent Vendetti and Noah DiCaprio each had two hits. Ben Hladun struck out seven batters in five innings in collecting the win. Burnt Hills will play the winner of Scotia-Glenville vs. Queensbury, which was postponed to Wednesday.

Tommy Ziskin gave Amsterdam the lead with an RBI single in the fourth inning, then added another RBI single in the sixth, to help Amsterdam to a 5-3 win against Gloversville. CJ Durinick reached base four times for No. 7 Amsterdam with two hits and two walks, scored four runs and stole five bases, while Spencer Cotugno had a double, two singles and two RBI, and Carson Cotugno had an RBI double. Andre Deumaga homered for No. 10 Gloversville and Alex Payne had a two-run double. Amsterdam plays La Salle in a Thursday quarterfinal.

Troy won 10-0 against Hudson Falls in a game stopped in the fifth inning. Austin Francis struck out nine and allowed two hits in five shutout innings, while Danny Rogers led the Troy offense with three RBIs. Fourth-seeded Troy will play the winner of Albany Academy and Glens Falls, a matchup that was postponed to Wednesday.

CANAJOHARIE SURVIVES
While top-seeded Fort Plain fell 7-2 to No. 16 Stillwater in the first round of the Class C tournament, second-seeded Canajoharie needed a comeback in extra innings to advance past Schoharie with a 10-9 win. Canajoharie led 7-3 before Schoharie tied the game with four runs in the sixth inning, then Schoharie moved ahead 9-7 in the top of the ninth. Canajoharie loaded the bases to start the bottom of the ninth, then Zach Suits contributed an RBI sacrifice fly before Riley Montanye had a walk-off, two-RBI hit. In the win Canajoharie’s Richie Tamsett had three RBIs.

Canajoharie will play Thursday in the quarterfinals against No. 7 Hoosic Valley, which won 16-6 against Whitehall. Henry Madigan was 4 for 5 in the win with two doubles, two RBIs and four runs scored. Also for Hoosic Valley, Justin Maxon had three hits, three RBIs and three runs scored.

No. 3 Galway advanced with a 10-4 win against Waterford-Halfmoon. Joe Herbst hit a home run and a double in the victory, and Myles Pleasants added two hits. For Waterford-Halfmoon, Jake Houle hit a home run. Galway will play the winner of a postponed-to-Wednesday matchup between Maple Hill and Rensselaer in Thursday’s quarterfinals.

Greenwich topped Hoosick Falls 7-5. Dutch Hamilton struck out six batters in 6 1-3 innings to secure the victory, while Matt Conlin had a triple and two RBIs, and Aidan McPhail contributed a double and two RBIs. For Hoosick Falls, Josh Colegrove registered a double and two RBIs.

SECTION II TOURNAMENT
FIRST ROUND
CLASS AA
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1, NISKAYUNA 0
Saratoga 000 000 1 — 1 2 3
Niskayuna 000 000 0 — 0 2 2

SHAKER 12, ALBANY 0
Albany 000 000 x —  0  2 2
Shaker 203 025 x — 12 10 1

CLASS A
TROY 10, HUDSON FALLS 0
Hudson Falls 000 00 —  0 2 3
Troy 700 12 — 10 9 0

AMSTERDAM 5, GLOVERSVILLE 3
Gloversville 200 100 0 — 3  4 3
Amsterdam 120 101 x — 5 10 0

BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 12, LANSINGBURGH 2
Lansingburgh 100 01—  2  3 5
Burnt Hills 203 16 — 12 11 2

CLASS B
BROADALBIN-PERTH 11, RAVENA-COEYMANS-SELKIRK 1
R-C-S 000 01 —  1 3 3
B-P 312 5x — 11 8 0

FONDA-FULTONVILLE 3, GRANVILLE 1
Fonda-Fultonville 013 03 — 3 4 1
Granville 000 01 — 1 3 4

SCHUYLERVILLE 3, MECHANICVILLE 0
Schuylerville 020 100 0 — 3 9 2
Mechanicville 000 000 0 — 0 2 3

SCHALMONT 10, SARATOGA CATHOLIC 0
Saratoga Catholic 000 000 0 —  0 2 4
Schalmont 103 060 x — 10 9 1

CLASS C
GREENWICH 7, HOOSICK FALLS 5
Hoosick Falls 003 001 1 — 5 9 1
Greenwich 202 030 x — 7 9 1

GALWAY 10, WATERFORD-HALFMOON 4
Waterford 103 000 0 — 4  4 4
Galway 130 024 x — 10 11 0

HOOSIC VALLEY 16, WHITEHALL 6
Whitehall 050 001 —  6  4 5
H. Valley 443 203 — 16 13 4

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