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Baseball: Sir Bills rout Patriots; Nellis hurls no-hitter

Baseball: Sir Bills rout Patriots; Nellis hurls no-hitter

Joe Nellis tossed a no-hitter, striking out 12, and he also drove in four runs with two hits, includ

Joe Nellis tossed a no-hitter, striking out 12, and he also drove in four runs with two hits, including a homer, to lead Johnstown over Broadalbin-Perth, 11-1, in a Foothills Council baseball game Monday.

The Sir Bills took advantage of nine Patriots’ errors. Richard Lee contributed three hits, including a triple, for the Sir Bills.

Dylan O’Sick, Mike Harrington and Clark Wooley each collected four hits as Glens Falls crushed Hudson Falls, 26-3.

The Indians pounded out 20 hits. Greg Scarselletta homered and doubled for the 1-9, 3-9 Tigers.

Zach Parsons threw a complete game, and both Phil Wettersten and Eric Wettersten contributed two hits in Queensbury’s 5-1 win over South Glens Falls.

Queensbury is 8-2 in the Foothills Council and 10-4 overall. Travis Schrammel doubled for the 4-6, 7-9 Bulldogs.

In a slugfest, Schenectady scored eight times in the third inning and collected 13 hits en route to a 15-13 Big 10 win over host Christian Brothers Academy.

Nick Patierne drove in four runs for the Patriots (6-5, 7-6). Matt Hamel had five hits and three RBI for the Brothers.

Andrew Rouse and Jason Agresta each ripped a pair of singles to pace a 13-hit attack, as Amsterdam bounced Catholic Central, 14-5.

Zach Fratiani had three hits for the 4-9, 7-9 Crusaders.

Jason Rose was 5-for-7, with a triple, double, three singles and five RBI, to power LaSalle over Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons, 20-0.

Seamus Kelly drove in four runs with three hits, and three pitchers combined on a two-hitter for the Cadets (11-2, 12-5), who collected 29 hits.

Lloyd Fernandez (triple, single) and Freddie Boherer (double, two singles) each drove in three runs to help Albany stop Bishop Maginn, 12-2.

Ben Brown tossed a three-hit shutout, striking out eight, to help Albany Academy blank Ichabod Crane, 8-0, in the Colonial Council.

Brown helped his own cause with two hits, and both Eric Woods and Ian Bennett also had a pair of hits for the 7-4, 9-6 Cadets.

Tyler McDonough homered and singled, and Adam Burke went 2-for-3 with an RBI double and two stolen bases to pace Lansingburgh over Fonda-Fultonville, 9-1.

The Knights improved to 10-1 and 10-6. Pat Hart tripled for the Braves.

Adam Dunn connected for a three-run triple, and Nate Popiel scattered five hits, striking out nine, to carry Mechanicville over Cobleskill-Richmondville, 6-3.

Alex Hall-St. Gelais produced a double and a single, and Zach Perras and Nico Dumas each contributed two singles for the 5-6, 8-8 Red Raiders, who also got a double from Noah Harpe. David Himme struck out seven, and Zach Veley knocked in the lone run for the 0-11, 1-12 Bulldogs with a squeeze bunt.

Mike Young belted a three-run homer, Jared Paigo ripped a two-run shot, and Kyle Nichols drove in four runs with a double and two singles to power Voorheesville past Cohoes, 18-10, in another Colonial Council game.

Kevin Napier was the big hitting star for the 3-6, 6-9 Tigers with a grand slam and a two-run homer. Voorheesville improves to 7-3 in the league and 11-4 overall.

Taylor Lucas went 3-for-4, scored four times and knocked in two runs, and John Wrigley banged out a pair of triples, scoring twice, to propel Middleburgh past Berne-Knox-Westerlo, 7-3, in the Western Athletic Conference.

Wrigley also pitched a complete game, striking out 11, for the 2-1 Knights. The Bulldogs dropped to 3-9, 3-11.

Sam Uline tripled, doubled and singled, and Ben Manna drove in a pair of runs with three singles to spark Galway over Canajoharie, 7-2.

Frank Schwab added a double and single for the 5-6, 5-8 Eagles. Karl Gustafson doubled for one of two hits for the 7-5 Cougars.

Jake Molina and Jacob Van Patten threw a combined one-hitter, JR Hmura produced two singles and scored twice, and Ryan Czarnacki doubled in Saratoga Central Cath­olic’s 6-0 shutout of St. Johnsville.

Moline, a sophmore, knocked in two runs with a double and also struck out six in six innings for 10-1, 11-2 Spa Catholic. Ben Brant had the lone hit in the third inning for 4-8, 6-8 St. Johnsville.

Chris Hanifin tossed a two-hit shutout, striking out 10, and he improved his personal pitching record to 5-1, as Fort Plain blanked Mayfield, 19-0, to give coach Craig Phillips his 690th career win.

Hanifin (three singles, three RBI, three runs, two stolen bases) also excelled with the bat, while Zach Sweet, Eric Orologio, Joe Ray and Drew Fureno contributed two hits apiece. Orologio had three RBI, while Sweet and Ray knocked in two runs apiece for the 12-0, 13-2 Hilltoppers.

Scott Voelker plated a pair of runs with two hits, Andrew Moore slammed a two-run triple, and Spencer Bath had two hits, including a double, to lift Mekeel Christian Academy past Sharon Springs, 12-4.

Mekeel improved to 8-4 and 9-4. The Spartans dropped to 0-12.

Mike Buswell homered, Ryan Phelps went 2-for-5 with a double and three runs scored, and Ryan Paulsen tripled and doubled to carry Loudonville Christian over Waterford-Halfmoon, 22-5, in a Central Hudson Valley League game.

John Whitman’s sacrifice fly in the seventh inning sent Hoosick Falls over Mt. Anthony, 7-6, in a non-league game.

Brandon Hodge ripped two singles and a double, and Logan Brogue added a two-run double for the 9-5 Panthers.

BIG 10

AMSTERDAM 14, CATHOLIC CENTRAL 5

Amsterdam 200 660 0 — 14 13 1

Catholic Central 101 300 0 —  5  9 0

Dufel, Angelo (4) and Shaw; Hansen, Yankowski (5), Bush (6) and Kelly, Glazer (5).

LASALLE 20,

NOTRE DAME-BISHOP GIBBONS 0

LaSalle 324 512 3 — 20 29 1

Bishop Gibbons 000 000 0 —  0  2 5

Riprocki, Delowski (3), Ferrano (5) and Ferruci; Smith, Rose (6) and Kelley, Walter (5).

SCHENECTADY 15, CBA 13

Schenectady 028 030 2 — 15 13 1

CBA 161 041 x — 13 14 5

Gozalkowski, Kent (2), Mohr (6); Zappone, Wilson (4), Decker (6).

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

JOHNSTOWN 11, BROADALBIN-PERTH 1

Johnstown 004 124 0 — 11 7 3

Broadalbin 001 000 0 —  1 0 9

WP-Nellis. LP-Visco.

GLENS FALLS 26, HUDSON FALLS 3

Glens Falls 924 004 7 — 26 20 0

Hudson Falls 000 030 0 —  3  9 5

Duell and McMahon; Kelsey, Stevens (1), Moratori (4), Lynch (7) and Scally.

QUEENSBURY 5, SOUTH GLENS FALLS 1

Queensbury 010 021 1 — 5 7 2

South Glens Falls 010 000 0 — 1 5 1

Hutchins, Hubinsky (7) and Brown; Parsons and Farrier.

COLONIAL COUNCIL

ALBANY ACADEMY 8,

ICHABOD CRANE 0

Ichabod Crane 000 000 0 — 0  3 2

Albany Academy 030 500 x — 8 11 2

Greene, Sutherland (5) and Barnes; Brown and Dempsey.

LANSINGBURGH 9,

FONDA-FULTONVILLE 1

Lansingburgh 021 040 2 — 9 11 5

Fonda 000 001 0 — 1  4 3

Begin, Gould (7) and Cipperly; Valachovic and Sammons.

MECHANICVILLE 6,

COBLESKILL-RICHMONDVILLE 3

Mechanicville 150 000 0 — 6 8 2

Cobleskill 200 100 0 — 3 5 1

Popiel and McCadden; Higgins (7); Himme and Billington.

VOORHEESVILLE 18, COHOES 10

Cohoes 201 430 0 — 10  9 1

Voorheesville 052 371 x — 18 16 1

Singh, Childs (4) and Paigo; Palin, Napier (4) and Becker.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

MIDDLEBURGH 7,

BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO 3

Middleburgh 200 110 3 — 7 10 2

B-K-W 000 201 0 — 3  4 3

Wrigley and Lucas; Norray and O’Connor.

GALWAY 7, CANAJOHARIE 2

Galway 020 003 2 — 7 8 3

Canajoharie 000 010 1 — 2 2 3

Hartman and Baron; Bowerman and

Ruzkowski.

SARATOGA CATHOLIC 6, ST. JOHNSVILLE 0

Saratoga Catholic 111 111 0 — 6 6 0

St. Johnsville 000 000 0 — 0 1 2

Moline, Van Patten (7) and Czarnecki; Vicciarelli and Johnson.

FORT PLAIN 19, MAYFIELD 0

Mayfield 000 000 0 —  0  2 4

Fort Plain 076 033 x — 19 17 2

Hanifin, Heroth (5) and Sweet; Gates, Luke, VanNostrand (6) and Yager.

MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 12,

SHARON SPRINGS 4

Sharon Springs 000 111 1 —  4 6 7

Mekeel Christian 120 504 x — 12 8 4

Roach, Tripp (5) and Kennedy; Guido, Howard (7) and Zeronda.

CENTRAL HUDSON VALLEY LEAGUE

LOUDONVILLE CHRISTIAN 22,

WATERFORD-HALFMOON 5

Waterford 000 122 0 —  5  3 7

LCS 027 242 5 — 22 16 3

WP-Spence. LP-Hotalng.

NON-LEAGUE

HOOSICK FALLS 7, MT. ANTHONY 6

Hoosick Falls 301 200 1 — 7 10 0

Mt. Anthony 112 020 0 — 6  6 3

Hodges, Pine (7) and L. Brogue; Baker, O’Neal (6) and Bow.

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