High Schools: Shenendehowa tops Schenectady in baseball; Guilderland tops Ballston Spa


HIGH SCHOOLS Shenendehowa won 11-2 against Schenectady in Suburban Council baseball. Ethan Farina had three hits for the Plainsmen, and Nicolas Jos, Jack Griffin and Colin Maloney each added two. Griffin scored three runs and had two RBIs, while Farina and Maloney each scored two runs. Maloney struck out four batters in three scoreless innings. For Schenectady, Patrick Kai had an RBI and a hit.

Guilderland topped Ballston Spa 4-2. Cole Miller struck out a dozen batters and allowed two earned runs in 6 2-3 innings to secure the win. Brody Keneston hit a home run for Ballston Spa, while Dan Keaney had two hits and two RBIs in the win. Also for Guilderland, Colin Lynch had three hits.

Troy was a 14-2 winner against Saratoga Springs. Mike Kennedy struck out nine batters and allowed two runs in four innings, and Austin Francis added three scoreless relief innings. Davin Keddell-Tuckely had three hits and three RBIs in the win, and Jaleel Goodbee added three RBIs. For Saratoga Springs, Owen Redick hit a two-run home run.

Amsterdam collected a 9-2 Foothills Council win against Queensbury. Kai Brennan allowed two earned runs in 4 2-3 innings and Manny Santos added a scoreless 2 1-3 innings for the Rams. Spencer Cotugno and Noah Marshall each hit a home run for Amsterdam, while Cotugno produced a game-high five RBIs. Six Amsterdam players — Brennan, Cotugno, Brady Foss, Marshall, Ryan Reagan and Santos — each had two hits. Tyler Spaulding had two hits and scored a run for the Spartans. Amsterdam never trailed in the game, and scored three runs apiece in the fourth and sixth innings.

Johnstown picked up a 4-1 win against Glens Falls. In 5 2-3 innings, Zack Tallon struck out eight batters on his way to earning the win. Johnstown scored three runs in the third inning and led 4-0 through five innings.

Ryan Dow struck out 10 batters and allowed four hits in a complete-game win for Schuylerville against Gloversville. In the 7-1 game, Schuylerville’s Lukas Sherman had two hits and two RBIs, and Dow added two hits and one RBI. For Gloversville, Alex Payne had four strikeouts and allowed one unearned run in five innings of relief pitching, while Douglas Cook led the team’s offense with two hits and one RBI.

In 10 innings, South Glens Falls defeated Broadalbin-Perth 5-4. Broadalbin-Perth scored in each of the first four innings before not scoring in the final six. Daniel Cohen hit a home run for South Glens Falls, while Charles Bammert had four hits. For Broadalbin-Perth, Luke Tambasco had three hits and DJ Wallace tripled as part of a two-hit performance. Joshua Smith earned the pitching win with six strikeouts in six scoreless relief innings.

Kyle Brown had a home run as part of a four-hit day in Scotia-Glenville’s 19-4 win over Hudson Falls. Derek Robinson also tallied four hits for the Tartans. Micah Forgette earned the pitching win.

In a game that ended after five innings, Fonda-Fultonville produced a 12-0 Western Athletic Conference victory against OESJ. Derek Duval struck out 11 batters and allowed two hits in five scoreless innings. At the plate, Duval had three hits and three RBIs, Jackson Croucher and Giovanni DiCaprio each had two RBIs, and Jackson Cusack contributed two hits. DiCaprio had a triple. For OESJ, Mason Snell had a double.

Canajoharie defeated Fort Plain 7-1. Jack Montanye struck out a dozen batters and allowed no earned runs in five innings to secure the pitching win. At the plate, Zack Suits had two hits and two RBIs to lead Canajoharie. For Fort Plain, Stephen Gray had two hits and scored a run.

Shane Wetherington struck out 16, as Duanesburg topped Mayfield 8-1. Grant Raymond led the offense with two hits and three runs. Zachary Byrns hit a solo home run for Mayfield.

Galway won 11-1 in five innings against Schoharie to improve to 3-0 in league play. Myles Pleasants struck out eight batters in five innings. Pleasants and teammates Ryan Pudney and Eli Tompkins each had two hits. For Schoharie, Quin Barton had two hits and scored a run.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo scored five runs in the first inning, four in the fifth and six in the sixth on its way to a 15-11 win against Northville. In the victory, Luke Boltri had a triple, double and five RBIs, and Blake Shaver contributed two hits and two RBIs. For Northville, which scored in five of the game’s innings, Andrew Cordone and Scott Henze each had three hits, Henze scored three runs and Ethan Moore produced three RBIs.

Elias Conway struck out a dozen batters in five scoreless innings to lead Columbia to an 11-4 win against Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake. Columbia scored seven runs in the second inning and led 11-0 after four. Steven Heller and Jacob Skarlis each had two RBIs in the victory, and Jack Bennett, Korin Laurilla and Heller each had two hits. For Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Noah DiCaprio produced two hits, an RBI and a run scored.

Zach Ashline hit a grand slam in the first inning to help lead Colonie to a 9-1 win against CBA. Daniel Barbero also hit a home run for Colonie. Sam Falace struck out 10 batters and allowed one run in five innings to earn the win.

Shaker won 10-6 against Niskayuna. Ryan Bates struck out 10 batters in five innings to earn the win. Tommy Case produced three RBIs to lead the Shaker offense. For Niskayuna, Dylan Mennillo had two hits and Duncan Munro had two RBIs.

Mohonasen scored a 5-4 Colonial Council win against Albany Academy. John Stoliker struck out 11 batters and allowed one earned run in 5 1-3 innings to earn the win, and Jordan Vardine and Vinny Corolla combined for 1 1-3 innings of scoreless relief pitching. At the plate, Anthony Fasolino had a hit, two walks and an RBI for Mohonasen, which also received an RBI apiece from AJ Crux and Corolla. Ty Kimbler had two hits for Albany Academy.

Ichabod Crane scored two in the bottom of the seventh for a walk-off 3-2 win over La Salle. Gunnar Grethen-McLaughlin and Brady Holzhauer each had a hit and RBI for the Riders.

Parker Jamieson and Aidan Waite each hit a home run in Greenwich’s 21-6 Wasaren League win against Hoosic Valley. As part of a three-hit day, Jesse Kuzmich tripled and doubled, and had four RBIs. Jamieson and Aidan McPhail each had three RBIs. For Hoosic Valley, Jimmy Bolognino and Lukas Cates each hit a home run.

Tamarac won 7-2 against Saratoga Catholic. Liam Ring struck out five batters in 3 2-3 innings of scoreless relief, and Ring also had three hits and three RBIs in the win. James Blake and Nevin Wilkie each added two hits for Tamarac. For Saratoga Catholic, Tyler Weygand and Ronan Rowe each had an RBI.

In a non-league game, Bethlehem scored one run in each of the first three innings on its way to a 3-1 win against Saugerties. Caden Bernardo had a triple and an RBI in the win, while Ryan Taffe struck out eight batters in four scoreless innings on the mound.

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