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Knights top Adelphi in 12

Knights top Adelphi in 12

esse Burba raced home with the winning run on an error in the top of the 12th inning, and freshman B

Jesse Burba raced home with the winning run on an error in the top of the 12th inning, and freshman Brian Maynard doubled in the insurance run as The College of Saint Rose defeated Adelphi, 6-4, in a Northeast-10 Conference baseball game Thursday.

Sophomore Caleb Gleason of Watervliet went 2-for-4, and senior Garret Keenan also had two hits for the Golden Knights (12-15, 6-8 NE-10), who have won four of their last six games.

Freshman Ryan Harper of Niskayuna retired the Panthers (20-10-1, 9-5 NE-10) in order in the 12th for his sixth save of the year, putting him one shy of the school

record held by Chris Mason (1988).

Saint Rose 010 120 000 002 — 6 9 3

Adelphi 001 012 000 000 — 4 9 4

Dulin, Buckley (8), Cavazzini (11), Harper (12) and Capone, Dowen (8); Carletti, Bove (5), Scudero (7), Rasowsky (8), Milani (11) and McCarren.

Hudson Valley CC 1-10,

SCCC 0-8

TROY — Nick Papas scored the only run in the first game on an error, and Chris Massaroni and Tyler Young each drove in two runs in the nightcap as the Vikings improved to 9-0 in Region III by sweeping the Royals.

Sean Whitty had three singles and drove in four runs in the second game for SCCC, which fell to 6-3 in the region and 10-8 overall.

SCCC 000 000 0 — 0 3 3

Hudson Valley CC 010 000 x — 1 3 0

Creighton and Nelson; LaJeunese and Massaroni.

SCCC 030 104 0 —  9 10 2

Hudson Valley CC 300 250 x — 10 11 2

Nowak, Andi (6) and Creighton; Bowers, Johnson (6) and DiPietro.

SUNYIT 2-2,

SUNY-Cobleskill 1-0

COBLESKILL — The Fighting Tigers were held to nine hits, all singles, as they dropped both ends of a North Eastern Athletic Conference double-header, falling to 2-8 in the conference and 4-14 overall.

SUNYIT 001 000 1 — 2 8 2

SUNY-Cobleskill 000 000 1 — 1 6 0

Baker and McCrone; O’Brien and Duell.

SUNYIT 200 000 0 — 2 8 0

SUNY-Cobleskill 000 000 0 — 0 3 0

Ross, Golembiowski (6) and Wanner; Falk and Green.

Softball

Skidmore 4-8, MCLA 2-10

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Senior Charlotte Evans blasted a grand slam with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning in the first game to give the Thoroughbreds a split of a non-conference double-header.

The home run was Evans’ third of the season.

Katie Sorochka and Julia Schwartz hit solo home runs in the second game for Skidmore (10-10), and Sorochka added an RBI single.

MCLA 010 001 0 — 2  6 1

Skidmore 000 004 x — 4 11 2

Ameen and Koumjian; Crose and Brown.

MCLA 001 021 6 — 10 14 5

Skidmore 000 521 0 —  8 12 5

Pirzl, MacDonald (5) and Koumjian;

Sorochka, Schwartz and Brown.

Hamilton 8-16,

SUNY-Cobleskill 5-2

COBLESKILL — Hamilton outhit SUNY-Cobleskill, 31-13, to sweep a non-conference double-header.

Ashlyn Siers had two doubles and an RBI, and Tomi-Lee Springer had a double, single and an RBI in the first game for the Fighting

Tigers (0-16).

Hamilton 011 120 3 — 8 13 1

SUNY-Cobleskill 030 010 1 — 5  8 3

Merritt, Hyne (7) and Miller; Gannon and Springer.

Hamilton 313 45 — 16 18 1

SUNY-Cobleskill 000 20 —  2  5 4

Hyne and Vennari; Ackermann and Springer.

Women's lacrosse

Cazenovia 16, Sage 3

TROY — Nicole Kimmel's five goals led Cazenovia (6-4) to the win.

Ginelle Butler, a Ballston Spa graduate, scored twice for 0-7 Sage. Colonie graduate Sarah Carciobolo scored her first career goal.

Cazenovia 9 7 — 16

Sage 1 2 —  3

Cazenovia scoring: Nicole Kimmel 5-1, Christy Foster 3-2, Cassandra Gazeley 3-0, Alicia Priest 2-0, Danielle Clark 1-0, Melissa Rivera 1-0, Anna Dienstman 1-0, Nikki Scarneo 0-1. Sage scoring: Ginelle Butler 2-0, Sarah Carciobolo 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Cazenovia, Christina Marra, 7 saves. Sage, Brittany Schafer, 10 saves.

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