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Amateur baseball: Indians capture tourney title

Amateur baseball: Indians capture tourney title

Tom Favata scattered five hits and struck out six to lead the Schenectady County Indians to a 2-0 vi

SCOTIA — Tom Favata scattered five hits and struck out six to lead the Schenectady County Indians to a 2-0 victory over the Electric City Charge in the championship game of the Monsters on the Mohawk Tournament at Collins Park Sunday.

The Indians (20-6) scored one run on an error and the second on a bases-loaded walk to Luke Mancini.

In the semifinals, Mancini went 3-for-4 with a triple, and Dimitri Aldershoff belted a two-run triple as the Indians defeated the Monreal Titans, 6-2.

Montreal 000 101 0 — 2 8 1

Schenectady Co. 020 220 x — 6 8 1

Rebts, Quinn (5) and Lafleda; Butler, Collins (7) and Schaub.

Electric City 000 000 0 — 0 5 2

Schenectady Co. 100 001 x — 2 6 0

Patentreger, Gallup (5) and Favreau; Favata and Webber.

Creighton sharp

ALBANY — Bill Creighton had a no-hitter through six innings and also hit a home run to spark Capital City to a 5-1 decision over the Albany Senators in the Albany Twilight League.

Dale Long broke up Creighton’s no-hit bid, leading off the seventh inning with a single. Creighton finished with a two-hitter.

Bob McLaughlin had a double, single and two RBI for Capital City (8-9). The loss dropped the Senators to 6-10.

Albany 000 000 1 — 1 2 0

Capital City 100 103 x — 5 9 1

Moore, Coleman (6) and Behan; Creighton and Dougherty.

Youth baseball

South Colonie wins

ROTTERDAM — Kyle Lambert pitched a two-hitter and also had two singles to lead South Colonie to a 4-0 victory over Bethlehem in the 14-year-old Babe Ruth all-star tournament.

Josh Anderson also had two singles for South Colonie.

Nick Grabeck, Cameron Myers and RJ Porter had two singles each as Guilderland defeated Sorensco, 9-1. Josh Howland got the pitching win and also doubled.

Guilderland scored five runs in the 10th inning to defeat Rotterdam, 8-3, Saturday night.

Arthur Horan had a double and two singles, and Ryan Campbell added a double and a single for Guilderland. Tanner Myers and Kyle Katlan added three singles each, and Chris Scheidel had a double.

Ryan Lanara led Rotterdam with two doubles and a single. Mike Stanley had two singles, and Ryan Starr had a double.

Bethlehem 000 000 0 — 0 2 3

South Colonie 000 103 x — 4 9 0

Hansen and Goldberg; Lambert and Franchi.

Sorensco 000 000 1 — 1  6 0

Guilderland 000 720 x — 9 11 0

Lehara, Bolt (4) and Russo; Howland, Sorrentino (6) and Dujack.

Guilderland 000 003 000 5 — 8

Rotterdam 001 000 200 0 ­— 3

Grabek, Howland (6), Myers (7), Horan (9) and Nolan; Macejka, Kruzinski (7), Kurdziel (10), Lanara (10) and Smith.

Carusone excels

GUILDERLAND — Jason Carusone belted a two-run home run, and also had a pair of singles to lead Scotia-Glenville to a 5-3 victory over Guilderland Saturday night in the Section 3 11-12-year-old Little League all-star tournament.

Tyler Cannoe (triple) and Ethan Blair (double) also had an extra-base hit for Scotia, and Aidan Ten Eyck added two singles.

Henri Li (triple), Michael Cammera (double) and Victor Cardona (two singles) were the top hitters for Guilderland.

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