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Dempsey twirls a gem for Shen

Dempsey twirls a gem for Shen

Sophomore Matt Dempsey tossed a complete-game, five-hit shutout in his first varsity start to pace S

Sophomore Matt Dempsey tossed a complete-game, five-hit shutout in his first varsity start to pace Shenendehowa to an 8-0 victory over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake in a Suburban Council baseball game Friday.

Dempsey also had an RBI single for the 8-3, 9-5 Plainsmen. Bryan Marotta added an RBI single for the Plainsmen.

Matt Roth homered and singled, and Kyle LaValley added two singles in Guilderland’s 9-1 victory over Colonie.

The Dutchmen improved to 5-6 in the league and 10-7 overall. Colonie fell to 7-4 and 10-6.

Nolan Gaige hit for the cycle and drove in six runs as Columbia thumped Averill Park, 22-1.

Ian Gaule plated four runs with a homer and two doubles, and Bobby Peluso homered, doubled and drove in two runs for the Blue Devils (9-2, 11-3), who erupted for 23 hits. Scott Sharpley doubled and singled for the 2-9, 3-12 Warriors.

Ryan Harper fired a five-hit shutout, and both Dan Peters and Mike Krasodomski produced two-run doubles as Niskayuna (6-5, 10-5) blanked Saratoga Springs, 7-0.

Mike Allen had two singles for the 7-4, 9-6 Blue Streaks. Peter Furey doubled for the Silver Warriors.

Mohonasen scored four runs in both the first and seventh innings, and Dom Bianchi homered and singled in a 9-4 victory over Bethlehem.

The Mighty Warriors moved to 3-7 and 6-8. Kyle Niehaus doubled and singled for the 5-6, 8-6 Eagles.

Shaker (7-4, 12-5) downed Ballston Spa, 9-5.

Dave Roseboom tossed a two-hit shutout, and Kyle Charrson went 3-for-4 with three runs scored to lift LaSalle over Amsterdam, 8-0, in a Big 10 game.

Joe Borowski tripled and doubled, driving in two runs, and Zach Andi contributed a double, single and two more RBI in Schenectady’s 8-3 win over Troy.

Alex Jurczynski knocked in three runs with a double and a single for the 6-4, 7-5 Patriots. Mike Barna doubled and singled for 6-5, 7-7 Troy.

Watervliet used three hits and two RBI from Ryan Manning to defeat Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk, 9-7, in a Colonial Council game.

Caleb Gleason contributed a double, single and two RBI for the 7-5, 8-7 Cannoneers. Joey Boomhower doubled and singled twice for the 6-5, 6-7 Indians.

Frank Castiglione tripled, doubled and singled twice to back Jordan Zareski’s two-hit pitching as Lansingburgh stopped Schalmont, 7-1.

Zareski finished with 11 strikeouts. Jared Teta added a triple and a single, and Ryan McGrath doubled twice for the 11-1, 14-2 Knights. Schalmont dipped to 8-4 and 10-6.

Charles Willoughby belted a two-run double, and Adam Brooker added two hits, including an RBI triple in the sixth, as Cobleskill-RIchmondville topped Albany Academy, 9-7.

The Bulldogs improved to 2-10 and 3-13. Chris Miller had three hits and two RBI for the 4-7 Cadets.

In the Western Athletic Conference, Schenectady Christian beat Schoharie, 10-3, behind George Amedore’s double and three singles.

Ian Compton singled three times, and Micah Reamer tripled for 9-5, 10-5 Schenectady Chrisdtian. Chris Liddle tripled, and Pat Miller doubled for 7-6, 8-7 Schoharie.

In a game shortened to five innings by rain, Anthony Taylor fired a no-hitter with 13 strikeouts to lead Canajoharie over Sharon Springs, 8-0.

Payton Stahler led the 8-4 Cougars’ offense with a two-run homer and a single. Dane O’Neil and Jake Tomsett each had three hits.

Christian Garcia threw a two-hitter and struck out 11 as Saratoga Central Catholic (12-1, 13-1) beat Fonda-Fultonville, 2-0, in the WAC.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

GUILDERLAND 9, COLONIE 1

Guilderland 101 340 0 — 9 9 1

Colonie 100 000 0 — 1 3 2

Baldani, Shanton (7) and Prehood; Nylin, Chemlewski (5), Buckley (6) and O’Keeth.

COLUMBIA 22, AVERILL PARK 1

Columbia 451 750 0 — 22 23 1

Averill Park 000 000 1 —  1  5 1

Lucas, McDonough (5), Henchey (6), Proper (7) and Kasper; Cioffi, Fahrenkopf (4), Paris (5), Budesheim (6) and Goyer.

NISKAYUNA 7, SARATOGA SPRINGS 0

Saratoga 000 000 0 — 0 5 0

Niskayuna 106 000 0 — 7 6 1

Fowler, Miller (5), Hladik; Harper and Callahan.

MOHONASEN 9, BETHLEHEM 4

Mohonasen 401 000 4 — 9 6 1

Bethlehem 002 000 2 — 4 6 2

Tedesco, Flood (6), Dalton (7) and Semerad; Kellogg, Morrill (6) and Riedel.

SHENENDEHOWA 8, BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 0

Shenendehowa 001 322 0 — 8 7 0

BH-BL 000 000 0 — 0 5 4

Dempsey and Galluppi, Marotta (3); Bariteau, Flint (6) and Fischer.

SHAKER 9, BALLSTON SPA 5

Ballston Spa 014 000 0 — 5  7 5

Shaker 400 320 x — 9 12 2

Curid, Shriver (4) and Baldani; Petilli, Bogdan (6) and Schwenzfeier.

BIG 10

LASALLE 8, AMSTERDAM 0

LaSalle 203 010 2 —­ 8 11 1

Amsterdam 000 000 0 — 0 2 2

Roseboom and Remillard; McNamara, Rufer (6) and Whitty, Dyson (6).

SCHENECTADY 8, TROY 3

Troy 000 000 3 — 3 8 2

Schenectady 302 012 x —8 9 2

Barna, Schnellbaecher (6) and Barna; Andi and Jurczynski.

COLONIAL COUNCIL

WATERVLIET 9, R-C-S 7

Watervliet 300 200 4 — 9 11 4

Ravena 001 103 2 — 7 10 3

Gleason and Brown; Boomhower, Nolan (7) and Collins.

LANSINGBURGH 7, SCHALMONT 1

Schalmont 000 001 0 — 1  2 1

Lansingburgh 420 010 x — 7 11 1

Hughes and Palumbo; Zareski, Shaw (7) and Yetto.

COBLESKILL-RICHMONDVILLE 9, ALBANY ACADEMY 7

Albany Academy 030 300 1 — 7  8 2

Cobleskill 040 041 x — 9 10 2

Miller, Flood (4), LaPietra (7) and Daley; Willoughby, LaMountain (4) and Brooker, Coogan (4).

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

SCHENECTADY CHRISTIAN 10, SCHOHARIE 3

Sch. Christian 141 210 1 — 10 14 4

Schoharie 010 002 0 — 3  5 3

Compton and Taplin; Beninati, Baumann (6) and Slater.

CANAJOHARIE 8, SHARON SPRINGS 0

Sharon Springs 000 00 — 0  0 0

Canajoharie 140 21 — 8 13 0

Allman, Bryant (4) and Bartlett; Taylor and Fliescher.

SARATOGA CENTRAL CATHOLIC 2, FONDA-FULTONVILLE 0

Fonda 000 000 0 — 0 2 3

Saratoga Cath. 110 000 x — 2 6 2

Sperow, L.Nethway (7) and J.Nethaway; Garcia and Keller.

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