HIGH SCHOOLS – Mohonasen earned a 2-1 win Monday against Schalmont in a Colonial Council baseball matchup.
Kameron Canavally hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning. John Stoliker struck out eight batters in 4 2-3 scoreless innings for Mohonasen, while Michael Gage struck out three batters in 2 1-3 innings of relief.
Jerek Hobb was 1 for 3 and drove in the Sabres’ run in the seventh inning. Hobb struck out nine batters in six innings on the mound.
Ichabod Crane won 9-2 against Cobleskill-Richmondville. Topher Pelesz struck out seven batters and allowed one earned run in five innings to pick up the win. Jack Mullins and Kyle Bartlett each had two RBIs in the win, while Dylan Becker led Cobleskill-Richmondville with two hits.
[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”46″ display=”basic_imagebrowser”]La Salle won 11-1 against Albany Academy. La Salle scored nine runs in the third inning of a five-inning game. Jonny Yamin had a double, three RBIs and two runs scored in the win, Eddie Yamin had two doubles, an RBI and two runs scored, and Eddie Girtler struck out seven batters in five innings. Aidan O’Keefe and Andrew Kindlon each had a double for Albany Academy.
Trevor Prancl had three hits and three RBIs in Voorheesville’s 11-8 win against Lansingburgh. Voorheesville trailed 6-3 after three innings and 8-7 after five.
Ballston Spa defeated CBA 3-1 in Suburban Council action. Andrew Kramer struck out five batters in the complete-game win, while Joe Gold struck out eight in five innings for CBA. Brody Keneston had two hits in the win, while Jack Staszak had two RBIs. For CBA, Ryan Bilka hit a home run.
Colonie won 20-4 against Schenectady. Deven Small had two home runs and five RBIs in the win, while Zach Ashline and Jesus Sarda each added a home run. Sam Falace had three hits and scored three runs, and Tyler Sausville tripled as part of a two-hit effort that included three runs scored and three RBIs. For Schenectady, Alex Deitz and Damon Royal each hit a home run.
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake’s Logan McNeal and Timothy Venditti combined to shut out Bethlehem in a 1-0 win. McNeal struck out six batters in four innings and Venditti struck out four batters in three innings. Venditti tripled and scored the Spartans’ run, while Kyle DeCresce had the team’s RBI. For Bethlehem, Brendan Pajak struck out six batters in six innings. BH-BL scored its run in the first inning.
Averill Park topped Shaker 11-2. Stephan Koval had three hits and three RBIs, and Hunter Willett added two hits and three RBIs. Ethan Nardacci struck out five batters in six innings to claim the win. Averill Park scored five runs in the first inning, then scored at least one run in three other innings.
Raul Rodriguez, Noah Joly, Nathan Rodriguez and Alexander Teator each had three hits in Saratoga Springs’ 12-7 win against Columbia. Teator had two doubles and two RBIs, while Joly and Raul Rodriguez each scored three runs. Owen Redick had two hits and three RBIs in the victory. For Columbia, Kyle Blake contributed three hits and two RBIs.
Evan Schreivogl capped a Guilderland rally with a walk-off RBI single in an 11-10 win against Shenendehowa. Guilderland trailed 10-8 heading into the bottom of the seventh. Nick Plue led Guilderland with four hits, four runs scored and two RBIs, while Ty Santabarbara had three hits and two RBIs. For Shenendehowa, Jack Griffin had three hits and four RBIs.
Ryan Grimmick had three hits and scored four runs in Mechanicville’s 13-2 Wasaren League win against Berlin/New Lebanon, while teammate Scott Lynch had four hits.
Amsterdam scored a 10-0 Foothills Council baseball win against Glens Falls. Manny Santos starred on the mound and Noah Marshall led the Amsterdam offense in the win. Santos struck out a dozen batters, allowed one hit and walked none in a complete-game shutout, while Marshall had a triple and two doubles as part of a four-hit, three-RBI performance. Santos, Spencer Cotugno and Ryan Reagan each added two hits in the win. Santos scored three runs and Cotugno scored twice. Amsterdam scored two runs in the second and fourth innings, then scored six runs in the sixth.
Gloversville scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning in a 3-2 comeback win against Johnstown. Kyle Robare struck out five batters in the complete-game win. Douglas Cook had a hit and two RBIs in the win, while Alex Payne had two hits, scored a run and had an RBI. Gloversville’s Caelan Porter had a hit and scored two runs. For Johnstown, Carter Cheney had two hits, while Mick Winton and Zack Tallon each had an RBI.
Derek Duval hit two home runs and Giovanni DiCaprio had one in Fonda-Fultonville’s 20-9 Western Athletic Conference win against Berne-Knox-Westerlo. Duval had seven RBIs, while DiCaprio had four, and each of Jackson Croucher and Jackson Cusack added three. Croucher and Cusack each had a triple, while Croucher was one of five Fonda-Fultonville players with multiple hits. Duval had a game-high four hits. For B-K-W, Tim Shoolemire had three hits and four RBIs. Fonda-Fultonville trailed 8-4 heading into the bottom of the fourth inning, then scored six runs in the fourth, seven in the fifth and three in the sixth.
Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons won 7-5 against Schoharie. Colin Campbell struck out nine batters in six innings to earn the win. Jason Ford led the Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons offense with two hits, three runs scored and one RBI. For Schoharie, Quin Barton tripled, doubled, singled, scored four times and had an RBI.
Middleburgh won 11-4 against OESJ. Tristan Diaz, Nick Wood and John Shaw each had two hits in the win. Shaw had five RBIs, Wood produced two RBIs, and Diaz scored three runs and had an RBI. For OESJ, Mason Snell hit a home run and scored two runs.
Duanesburg defeated Northville 12-3. Shane Wetherington slugged two home runs, walked twice, had three RBIs and scored three runs. Peyton Fall had two doubles as part of a three-hit day and scored three runs. Kyle Williams struck out nine batters and allowed two runs in four innings on the mound. For Northville, Ethan Moore had a double, single, RBI and a run scored.
DECITISE PITCHES NO-HITTER
Olivia DeCitise struck out 11 batters in pitching a no-hitter for Troy as part of an 11-0 Suburban Council win against Albany. DeCitise also had a triple, single and two RBIs. Kierra Laranjo had a triple, single and five RBIs, while Ava Salvaggio tripled, doubled, singled and scored two runs.
Bethlehem won 4-0 against Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake. Anna Cleary struck out 16 batters and allowed two hits in recording the complete-game win. Ella Traynor tripled as part of a two-hit day, while Charlotte Higgs, Katherine Sauders and Mackenzie Kawczak each also had two hits.
Colonie collected a 13-1 win against Schenectady. Emily Ellenwood struck out six batters in three innings during the victory.
Shenendehowa won 6-2 against Guilderland. Emily Baumes, Sara Isaacs and Heather Junjulas each had two hits for Shenendehowa, while Alyssa Griffin had two hits for Guilderland. Becca Zawistowski struck out six batters in the complete-game win.
Averill Park defeated Shaker 7-1. Taylor Schoonmaker earned the complete-game win, Bella Mancino had two hits and scored two runs, and Maisie Dawson, Abbey Nagel and Riley O’Brien each had two RBIs.
Saratoga Springs picked up a 3-2 win against Columbia. Karley Austin had two hits and scored a run in the win, while Jackie Cutting had a hit and an RBI. For Columbia, Lauren Angelo had a hit and an RBI, and Allie Silliman contributed a double and scored a run.
Fonda-Fultonville won 8-5 against Berne-Knox-Westerlo in Western Athletic Conference action. Fonda-Fultonville scored six runs in the bottom of the sixth in the comeback win. Emma Crahan was 3 for 4 with a home run and scored two runs, Madeline Mott earned the complete-game pitching win and had two hits, and Marilyn Whitcavitch had two doubles and four RBIs.
Galway collected a 15-4 win against Mayfield. Amber Kolpakas had three hits, three RBIs and four runs scored, plus had nine strikeouts in the complete-game pitching win. Olivia Trisbelle produced three singles and four runs scored in the win. For Mayfield, Katarina Agerter, Aubrey Byrns and Marissa Wille each had two hits.
Schoharie won 20-4 against Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons. Maddy Bland had two home runs in the win as part of a three-hit day, while Ella Sawitzki hit two home runs as part of a three-hit day for ND-BG.
South Glens Falls won 9-1 against Scotia-Glenville in a Foothills Council game. Tori Young struck out six batters and allowed no earned runs in the win, while Sophie Kownack struck out two batters and allowed one earned run in six innings for Scotia-Glenville. Emma Martens and Ava Kill each had three hits in the win. Martens had a game-high three RBIs.
In a non-league matchup of Western Athletic Conference teams, Canajoharie won 21-6 against Middleburgh in five innings. Jazmin Humphrey hit a home run in the win, Tori Blakeslee went 4 for 5 with seven RBIs, and Megan Blakeslee went 3 for 4. Kirsten Hyney threw a complete game with nine strikeouts and had three RBIs at the plate. For Middleburgh, Cameryn Shultes, Kaitlyn Wood and Olivia Skowfe each had a hit and an RBI, while Cierra DuPont had two hits.
Ava Heffner, Clare Knapp, Emma Scheitinger and Makayla Walsh each hit a home run in Ichabod Crane’s 18-0 Colonial Council win against Cobleskill-Richmondville. Morgan Ormerod struck out 11 batters in the five-inning shutout.
Albany Academy won 16-0 against Holy Names. Kyra Van Denburgh had a single and a triple, an RBI, three runs scored, and was the winning pitcher. Quinn Murray produced three RBIs, Emma Hart scored four runs and Priya Hartnett scored three times.
Stillwater topped Hoosick Falls 3-2 in Wasaren League play. Peyton Morris had a home run and two RBIs in the win, while Eden Resch struck out eight batters and allowed no earned runs in a complete-game pitching effort.
Mechanicville won 6-0 against Waterford-Halfmoon. Paige Rogers, a seventh-grader, struck out six batters in the shutout win and allowed two hits. Addison Pane, Allie Kenyon, Lila Christensen and Emma LaPierre each had a double in the win.
Abby Buckley had four hits and four RBIs in Tamarac’s 7-3 win against Cambridge.
NICHTER LEADS SCOTIA-GLENVILLE
Morgan Nichter had seven goals and three assists in Scotia-Glenville’s 12-11 Foothills Council girls’ lacrosse win against Glens Falls. The teams were tied 6-6 at halftime. Karaline McCarthy had four goals and three assists in the win, while Maya Westbrook made 10 saves.
South Glens Falls won 17-9 against Amsterdam/Broadalbin-Perth. Lillian Willis had five goals in the win, Rowan Demarco had four goals, and Addisyn Buckley had four goals and an assist. For Amsterdam/Broadalbin-Perth, Sydney Hoefs had two goals and an assist, and Olivia Dion made 16 saves.
Anna Nichols scored eight goals in Holy Names’ 21-4 Colonial Council girls’ lacrosse win against Emma Willard. Maddie DeNisco produced five goals and two assists, while Caroline Serio had four goals and three assists.
In a non-league boys’ lacrosse game, Brady Naish scored eight goals in Amsterdam/Broadalbin-Perth’s 17-10 win against Schenectady/Mohonasen. Rorick Perry had four goals and an assist in the win.
SHENENDEHOWA EARNS TENNIS WIN
Shenendehowa topped Guilderland 7-2 in Suburban Council boys’ tennis, needing tiebreakers in two of three doubles matches. Shen’s Alex Barletta overcame a 2-6 first-set loss to Rajeev Rai to win at second singles, and Evan Hickey, Tony Liu and Andrew Hwang won in straight sets for the Plainsmen. Andrew Mayott and Taarak Ramamurthi needed a 10-8 tiebreaker win in the third set to pull out a three-setter against Guilderland’s John Giordano and Siva Balamurgan at second doubles. Shen’s Darren Cheng and Ribhav Mishra won a 7-4 tiebreaker in the second of the third doubles match.
Shaker defeated Averill Park 8-1 behind singles victories by Sreeram Vudayagiri, Devraj Singh, Abhinav Thati, Renat Gosmanov and Imram Oayoom.
Bethlehem rolled to a 9-0 victory over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake. Aadi Ojha and Ian Jin each won singles matches without losing a game for the Eagles.
Albany blanked Troy 9-0, as Masami Surisawa, EJ Cabahug, Damien Ceniza, Aerick Gonzales and Ahmed Sami won singles matches without losing a game for the Falcons.
Saratoga Springs defeated Columbia 9-0. Vincent Devito earned a 6-0, 6-1 win at No. 1 singles. Other singles winners for Saratoga Springs included Ian Hill, Ryan Clancy, Declan Ladd, Kevin Rosas and Toby Webber, while the teams of Hutton Snyder and Sawyer Oppenneer, Schuyler Tetu and Quinn Ragan, and Zach Fuchs and Kyle Holmes won in doubles.
In the Colonial Council, LaSalle defeated Cobleskill-Richmondville 5-2. Austin Olson, Geoffrey Olson and Kevin Fritz won 6-0, 6-0 matches for the Cadets.
Ichabod Crane defeated Schoharie 6-1, as Ean Lantzy, Brett Richards, Liam Curry, Simon Papas and Holden Reynolds won singles matches for the Riders. Sean Gallagher and Breadon Beck won at first doubles for Schoharie.
Julien Oswald, Heath Borgos, Vincent Westfall and Benny Heyman won singles matches to help Glens Falls defeat South Glens Falls 6-1 in the Foothills Council.