High schools: Wilson leads Scotia-Glenville to baseball win


HIGH SCHOOLS Andrew Wilson struck out 14 batters while allowing two hits in 5 2-3 scoreless innings to lead Scotia-Glenville to a 6-0 Foothills Council baseball victory Saturday over Queensbury.

Kyle Brown had a triple, double and three RBIs for the Tartans, Cody Rogers added two singles and Aidan Streeter drove in two runs.

Tyler Sears hit two home runs, including a grand slam, as part of Tamarac’s 19-2 Wasaren League win against Stillwater. In all, Sears had four hits and nine RBIs. James Blake also hit a home run for Tamarac, and had two other hits and four total RBIs. Peyton Richardson earned the win with nine strikeouts in six innings and didn’t allow an earned run.

Connor King had eight strikeouts in five innings, and allowed two hits and no earned runs in Hoosic Valley’s 10-6 win against Waterford-Halfmoon. Two of Michael Lancaster’s three hits were doubles, while Hoosic Valley also received a double and two RBIs from Jeff Finkle. Jack Gilbert had two hits and scored a run for Waterford-Halfmoon, and Gavin Bodah had a hit, an RBI and scored two runs.

In a non-league game, Shawnee defeated Schalmont 4-0. Jerek Hobb and Luke Reed each had a hit for the Sabres.


Brady Naish had four goals and an assist for Amsterdam/Broadalbin-Perth in a 17-2 non-league victory over Troy. Also for Amsterdam/Broadalbin-Perth, Mekhi Curry had a hat trick, while Nate Bohm and John Carbone scored two goals apiece. Amsterdam/Broadalbin-Perth goalie Cody Hamm stopped six shots.

Guilderland dropped a 13-10 decision to Somers. Tommy Tyksinski had six goals for Guilderland.


Guilderland’s Kendall Barnhart, Albany Academy’s Erin Boler, Shaker’s Kaleigh Higgins and Mohonasen’s Zionna Perez-Tucker each won multiple individual events at this year’s Lady Eagles Invitational at Bethlehem High School. Guilderland won the event’s large-school championship with 186 points, while Voorheesville claimed the small-school title with 149 points. Shenendehowa (149) and Bethlehem (94) finished in second and third places, respectively, in the large-school competition, while Ichabod Crane (132) and Albany Academy (90) finished second and third, respectively, in the small-school division.

Barnhart won the 100 hurdles in 16.87 seconds and the 300 hurdles in 47.32. 

Boler’s wins were in the 3,000 run at 10:32.03 and the 2,000 steeplechase at 7:35.03.

Higgins took first place in the 1,000 run at 3:02.66 and in the 1,500 run at 4:45.96.

Perez-Tucker won the 100 dash in 12.25 seconds and the 200 dash in 25.41.

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