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High schools: Fonda baseball beats Galway

High schools: Fonda baseball beats Galway

Wednesday's high school sports roundup
High schools: Fonda baseball beats Galway
Fonda-Fultonville's Dylan Hamlen makes a throw to first base against Galway on Wednesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber/Gazette Photographer

Kyle Lawyer had two hits and two runs to lead Fonda-Fultonville to an 8-3 Western Athletic Conference victory over Galway. 

Nate Buley had a two RBI single in the fifth inning to lead Fort Plain to a 5-0 victory over Duanesburg. 

Canajoharie defeated Mekeel Christian 2-1. 

Christian Baaki had two hits and a run to lead Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons to a 3-0 victory over Schoharie. 

Colonie defeated Troy 11-1 in a Suburban Council matchup. 

Shenendehowa defeated Albany 3-1. 

Aaron Whitley had a three-run home run to lead Niskayuna to an 11-4 victory over Schenectady. 

Sonny D’Antonio had three hits and two runs to lead CBA to a 7-2 victory over Columbia.  

John Irons had one hit and two RBI to lead Saratoga Springs to a 4-2 victory over Averill Park. 

Chase Mahar had two RBI to lead Cobleskill-Richmondville to a 6-4 non-league victory over Oneonta. 

Schuylerville defeated Gloversville 12-3 in a Foothills Council matchup. 

Mike Magliocca had a walk off single in the bottom of the seventh inning to lead Broadalbin-Perth to a 6-5 victory over South Glens Falls.

Ryan Rockwell pitched a complete game three hitter and Nick Marola had a double and single to lead Scotia-Glenville to an 11-0 victory over Hudson Falls. 

Rocco DeVito went 2-4 with three RBI and two runs scored to lead Mechanicville to a 10-1 Wasaren League victory over Cambridge. 

Waterford-Halfmoon defeated Greenwich 5-3. 

Kessler Waldron went 2 for 4 with an RBI and stolen base to lead Hoosic Valley to a 6-5 victory over Hoosick Falls. 

Kellen Chowenhill gave up one hit over four innings while striking out six to lead Voorheesville to a 4-1 Colonial Council victory over Cohoes. Joey Saia added a double and a home run with two RBI for Voorheesville. 

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 
FONDA-FULTONVILLE 8,
GALWAY 3
Fonda-Fultonville    400 120 1 — 8 8 3
Galway    011 100 0 — 3 6 6
FORT PLAIN 5, DUANESBURG 0 
Duanesburg    000 000 0 — 0 2 2
Fort Plain    210 020 x — 5 9 0
CANAJOHARIE 2,
MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 1
Mekeel    000 001 0 — 1 4 0
Canajoharie    100 010 x — 2 4 0
NOTRE DAME-BISHOP GIBBONS 3,
SCHOHARIE 0
Notre Dame    010 002 0 — 3 4 1
Schoharie    000 000 0 — 0 3 1
SUBURBAN COUNCIL 
COLONIE 11, TROY 1 
Troy    000 000 1 —  1  3 0 
Colonie    023 231 x — 11 10 0
SHENENDEHOWA 3, ALBANY 1 
Albany    000 010 0 — 1 3 0
Shenendehowa    011 100 x — 3 6 1
NISKAYUNA 11, SCHENECTADY 4
Schenectady    110  2  00 0 —  4  7 3
Niskayuna    001 (10)00 x —11 11 4
CBA 7, COLUMBIA 2 
Columbia    000 100 1 — 2  6 1
CBA    106 000 X — 7 10 1
SARATOGA SPRINGS 4,
AVERILL PARK 2
Averill PArk    000 000 2 — 2 2 2
Saratoga Springs    400 000 x — 4 7 2
FOOTHILLS COUNCIL 
SCHUYLERVILLE 12,
GLOVERSVILLE 3
Schuylerville    110 333 1 — 12 11 4
Gloversville    000 021 0 —  3  8 4
BROADALBIN-PERTH 6,
SOUTH GLENS FALLS 5
South Glens Falls    300 101 0 — 5 7 1
Broadalbin-Perth    200 201 1 —6 8 4
SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 11,
HUDSON FALLS 0 
Hudson Falls    000 000 0 —  0  3 3
Scotia    300 521 x — 11 12 1
WASAREN LEAGUE 
MECHANICVILLE 10, CAMBRIDGE 1
Cambridge    100 000 0 —  1  3 1
Mechanicville    003 070 x — 10 12 0
WATERFORD-HALFMOON 5,
GREENWICH 3
Greenwich    100 110 0 — 3 5 1
Waterford    001 010 3 — 5 8 0
HOOSIC VALLEY 6,
HOOSICK FALLS 5 (8)
Hoosic Valley    004 100 01 — 6  7 4
Hoosick Falls    021 002 00 — 5 10 2
COLONIAL COUNCIL 
VOORHEESVILLE 4, COHOES 1 
Voorheesville    103 000 0 — 4 9 1
Cohoes    000 000 1 —1 4 2

SOFTBALL

Mohonasen shut out Catholic Central 15-0 in a Colonial Council game. Amanda O’Connor had a double and a single, while Emma Rafferty, Natalie Blackstone, Michael Arcate, and Emma Tedisco each had two singles.

Ichabod Crane defeated Schalmont 9-1. Laney Altomer had a home run, Jenna Downey doubled, Emma Scheitinger tripled and Kaili Saccento had two singles.

Lansingburgh defeated Holy Names 15-3, led by a pair of doubles from Ang-elise Montanez and Camryn O’Hara.

Jessica Senecal struck out 10 to lead Watervliet past Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 6-5. Lilly Giametta had a double and a single.

Cobleskill-Richmondville shut out Albany Academy 16-0. Gabby Soto had a pair of doubles, while Stef Noxon and Taylor Burton each had two singles.

South Glens Falls beat Glens Falls 11-4 in a Foothills Council game behind doubles from Keegan Lajeunesse, Haylee Scarincio and Christine Mallette.

Amsterdam edged Hudson Falls 3-2. Sydney Szczepinik had a double and a single while throwing a one-hitter, and Megan LaMoat had three singles.

Colonie edged Troy 7-5 in a Suburban Council game led by Jaclyn Dyer with a home run and a single, Myaisha Kelly with a double and single, and Ciana Phillips with three singles. Troy was led by Maryssa Sano with a double and two singles, Ryleigh Haynes with three singles, and Karley Duda with a double and a single.

Ana Gold homered, Megan McMahon and Katelyn Hilko each had two singles as Ballston Spa beat Bethlehem 10-1.

Kristin Langdon had three singles to help Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake shut out Queensbury 5-0. Jasmine Pepe had a triple for Queensbury.

Niskayuna recorded 18 hits and defeated Schenectady 21-3.

In the Western Athletic Conference, Fort Plain/OESJ edged Duanesburg 3-2. Michaela Stockwell doubled in the victory.

Emily Senese had three hits as Mayfield beat Middleburgh 7-5. Middleburgh was led by Morgan Schafroth, who had a double and a single.

COLONIAL COUNCIL
LANSINGBURGH 15, HOLY NAMES 3
Holy Names    200 10 —  3  4 3
Lansingburgh    032 55 — 15 15 2
MOHONASEN 15,
CATHOLIC CENTRAL 0
Catholic Central    000 00 —   0  1 7
Mohonasen    572 1x — 15 15 1
WATERVLIET 6,
RAVENA-COEYMANS-SELKIRK 5
Watervliet    000 510 0 — 6 7 0
Ravena    000 110 3 — 5 9 0
ICHABOD CRANE 9, SCHALMONT 1
Schalmont    000 001 0 — 1 2 2
Ichabod Crane    305 001 x — 9 8 2
COBLESKILL-RICHMONDVILLE 16, ALBANY ACADEMY 0
Albany Academy    000 00 —  0  2 3
C-R    211 57 — 16 16 2
FOOTHILLS COUNCIL
SOUTH GLENS FALLS 11,
GLENS FALLS 4
South Glens Falls    003 160 1 — 11 14 4
Glens Falls    000 200 2 —  4  4 4
WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
MAYFIELD 7, MIDDLEBURGH 5
Mayfield    410 002 00 — 7 10 3
Middleburgh    112 000 1x — 5  7 4
FORT PLAIN/OESJ 3, DUANESBURG 2
Duanesburg    100 010 0 — 2 4
Fort Plain/OESJ    001 002 x — 3 4
SUBURBAN COUNCIL
COLONIE 7, TROY 5
Troy    101 030 0 — 5  8 2
Colonie    101 023 x — 7 12 3
BALLSTON SPA 10, BETHLEHEM 1
Ballston Spa    110 410 3 — 10 10 2
Bethlehem    010 000 0 —  1  7 2
NISKAYUNA 21, SCHENECTADY 3
Niskayuna    (12)22 41 — 21 18 2
Schenectady    1 00 11 —  3  4 4
NON-LEAGUE
BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 5,
QUEENSBURY 0
Burnt Hills    102 101 0 — 5 10 1
Queensbury    000 000 0 — 0  4 2

BOYS’ LACROSSE

Ian Owens scored four goals to lead Voorheesville to a 12-3 boys’ lacrosse non-conference victory over Schenectady/Mohonasen. 

S/M    0 2 1 0 —  3
Voorheesville    2 3 3 4 — 12
Schenectady/Mohonasen scoring: Leblanc 2-0, Dunleavy 1-1. Voorheesville scoring: Owens 4-1, Palmer 3-1, Kekis 3-0, Barringer 1-0, Dorman 1-0, Clough 0-1, Jones 0-1, Marchand 0-1, Bruno 0-1.  
Goalies: Schenectady/Mohonasen, Govindan 16 saves. Voorheesville, O’Connor 7 saves, Feck 2 saves. 

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

Caludia Fountain scored eight goals and Lia Casale added  to help Catholic Central edge Cohoes 12-10 in a Colonial Council girls’ lacrosse game.

Catholic Central    7 5 — 12
Cohoes    4 6 — 10
Catholic Central scoring: Claudia Fountain 8-0, Lia Casale 2-0, Kolby Doemel 1-0, Adrianna Scaringe 1-0. Cohoes scoring: Walker 5-0, Blizinski 1-0, O’Hara 1-0, Johnson 2-0, Hykto 1-0.
Goaltenders: Catholic Central, Pratt, 11 saves. Cohoes, Hunt, 17 saves.

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