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Mohonasen baseball team overpowers Cohoes

Mohonasen baseball team overpowers Cohoes

Mighty Warriors break game open in sixth
Mohonasen baseball team overpowers Cohoes
Kam Canavally threw a two-hitter for Mohonasen Monday.
Photographer: Erica Miller/Gazette Photographer

Mohonasen banged out 11 basehits and put away Cohoes with six runs in the bottom of the fifth inning for a 12-2 Colonial Council baseball victory Monday.

Gavin Russell led the charge with two doubles, a single and three RBI for the Mighty Warriors, and Alexander Gannon went 2-for-2 with a double and a single, three RBI and two runs scored.

Kam Canavally controlled the game from the mound, giving up just two hits.

Dominic DePiero also had a double and a single, Luke Pusz hit a double and Lorenzo Gannon hit two singles for Mohonasen.

Also in the Colonial Council, Christian Brennan threw a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts, and Dermot McDonough provided the offense with a two-run single in the bottom of the third as LaSalle blanked Voorheesville 2-0, spoiling a two-hitter by the Blackbirds’ Carter Romansky.

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The Cadets improved to 6-1 in the Colonial and 6-2 overall, and Voorheesville fell to 4-2 in the league.

Sam Gerdeman, Sean Smith and Sam Sundwall combined on a one-hitter as Albany Academy shut out Watervliet 6-0.

Danny Moshier had a triple and single for the Cadets (3-3, 3-3), and Derek Bender and Berkley Thompson each had two singles.

In the Suburban Council, Ben Lavery hit a home run and had three RBI as Shenendehowa defeated Columbia 9-5.

Brendan Disonell had two singles and two RBI and scored two runs for the Plainsmen.

Troy Butler struck out 13 and hit a double and a single to help Fort Plain get past Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 6-3 in the Western Athletic Conference.

John Cortese had a single, double and two RBI for the Hilltoppers (5-0, 6-0), and Josh Nellis hit a single and a double.

Jacob Trombley hit an RBI double in the first inning for the Golden Knights (5-2, 7-3), and Matt Kordziel hit a two-run double in the top of the sixth.

Kyle Lawler struck out 11 and pitched a complete game as Fonda-Fultonville blanked Schoharie 5-0 in a non-league game.

Shane Helmstadt had 13 strikeouts in 6 2/3 innings for Schoharie.

Waterford-Halfmoon scored five runs in the first two innings on the way to a 5-1 victory over Holy Trinity in the Central Hudson Valley League.

Michael Talavera had two singles and two RBI for the Fordians, and Jake Houle also drove in two runs and gave up just one run in four innings pitched.

South Glens Falls jumped on Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake for eight runs in the first inning and went on to win 10-4 in a non-league game.

Justin Nesbitt hit a home run for the Bulldogs, and Connor Bovair hit a triple and a single.

Sam Gardy hit a double for the Spartans, and Kieran Rhodes had two singles.

Shaker scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to pull out a 5-4 victory over Queensbury.

Alanzo Barrett hit an RPI double to cut the Spartans’ lead to 4-3, Julian Thompson singled home the tying run and Barrett scored on Patrick Walters’ single for the victory.

Albany scored five runs in the top of the second inning for a 6-0 lead, and the Falcons held off Lansingburgh 7-3.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL
Shenendehowa 9, Columbia 5
Columbia    210 200 0 — 5 7 6
Shenendehowa    130 113 x — 9 5 4

COLONIAL COUNCIL
Mohonasen 12, Cohoes 2
Cohoes    110 00 —  2  2 5
Mohonasen    311 16 — 12 11 1

La Salle 2, Voorheesville 0
Voorheesville    000 000 0 — 0 4 4
La Salle    003 000 x — 2 2 1

Albany Academy 6, Watervliet 0
Watervliet           000 000 0 — 0  1 3
AA                         401 100 x — 6 10 1

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL
Glens Falls 11, Gloversville 0
Glens Falls        520 100 3 — 11 14 1
Gloversville       000 000 0 —  0  2 1

WAC
Fort Plain 6, Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 3
ND-BG                  100 002 0 — 3  4 0
Fort Plain            110 031 x — 6 10 0

CHVL
Waterford-Halfmoon 5,
Holy Trinity 1
Holy Trinity    001 000 0 — 1 9 3
Waterford    320 000 x — 5 3 1

NON-LEAGUE
South Glens Falls 10,
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 4
SGF                       810 100 0 — 10 8 1
BH-BL                   110 001 1 —  4 5 4

Shaker 5, Queensbury 4
Queensbury    011 002 0 — 4 8 3
Shaker    200 000 3 — 5 6 1

Albany 7, Lansingburgh 3
Albany    150 010 0 — 7 5 1
Lansingburgh    000 102 0 — 3 4 1

SOFTBALL
Scotia-Glenville totaled 17 hits in five innings and dominated Gloversville 20-3 in the Foothills Council.

Brenna Jahn went 4-for-4 with five RBI for the Tartans, and Emma Schaub was 4-for-5 with three doubles.

Gina Lassaro and Kally Mayrtle combined to limit Gloversville to five hits as the Tartans improved to 3-0.

Amsterdam defeated Johnstown 18-6, as Megan LaMont had three singles and a home run and Madison Carmona hit a three-run homer.

Sydney Darling and Grace Giarrizzo each hit home runs for the Lady Bills.

Hannah Breen threw a one-hitter with 11 strikeouts as South Glens Falls shut out Hudson Falls 5-0 in the Foothills Council.

Leah VanDerwarker went 4-for-4 for the Bulldogs.

Lily McCauliffe pitched a one-hitter with 18 strikeouts as Greenwich shut out Canajoharie 8-0 in the first game of a non-league doubleheader.

Carrissa Wardwell went 4-for-4 with an RBI for the Witches, Lauren Maines had a double, single and two RBI, Faith Ingber had three singles and Eliza Jordan had two singles.

In the second game, Greenwich (7-0) rolled to a 17-1 victory, as Wardwell had a triple and two singles and Maines had a double, single and four RBI.

In another non-league game, Cheyenne McCain pitched a four-hitter as Albany defeated Stillwater 26-2.

Olivia Aguado had two singles and a double for the Falcons.

Bella Milazzo pitched a two-hitter with 17 strikeouts as Ichabod Crane shut out Albany Academy for Girls 6-0.

Gabbie Cox had a triple and single for Ichabod Crane, and Brittany Futia had two singles and two RBI.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL
Scotia-Glenville 20, Gloversville 3
S-G    430 67 — 20 17 0
Gloversville    102 00 —  3  5 4

Amsterdam 18, Johnstown 6
Johnstown    200 031 —  6
Amsterdam    152 163 — 18

South Glens Falls 5, Hudson Falls 0
SGF    104 000 0 — 5 8 0
Hudson Falls        000 000 0 — 0 1 5

NON-LEAGUE
Albany 26, Stillwater 2
Stillwater              0  11 00 —  2  4 5
Albany               (13)66 1x — 26 12 1

Game 1
Greenwich 8, Canajoharie 0
Canajoharie        000 000 0 — 0  1 1
Greenwich          101 114 x — 8 14 0
Game 2
Greenwich 17, Canajoharie 1
Greenwich    251 54 — 17 12 1
Canajoharie    001 00 —  1  2 6

Ichabod Crane 6, Albany Academy 0
AA                         000 000 0 — 0  2 0
Ichabod Crane   041 001 x — 6 13 0 

BOYS' LACROSSE
In a Suburban Council game resumed Monday after it was suspended Saturday due to rain, Bethlehem polished off CBA 21-12 behind six goals each from Ben Reilly and Liam Ferris.

The Eagles had led 7-4 with 2:22 left in the second quarter when the game was stopped.

Fred Smith scored six goals for the Brothers.

Bethlehem 21, CBA 12
Bethlehem    3 9 7 2 — 21
CBA    3 1 3 5 — 12
CBA scoring: Pizzola 1-3, Smith 6-0, Doyle 2-1, Hammond 1-0, Ja. Goebel 1-0, Je. Goebel 1-0. Bethlehem scoring: Reilly 6-1, Namkoong 2-0, Chenaille 1-0, Barnes 2-0, Canova 1-2, J. Carroll 1-2, C. Carroll 0-2, Cardinal 0-1, Richards 1-0, Huta 0-1, Hyams 0-1, Ferris 6-0.
Goaltenders: CBA, Tedesco, 13 saves; Rogers, 1; Vivian, 6. Bethlehem, Stento, 19; Novack 2.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake took an 11-5 lead at halftime and went on to beat Columbia 16-10, as Allie Connelly scored six goals for Burnt Hills in a Suburban Council game.

Sydney Fitzgerald and MK Lescault each scored four goals for the Spartans, and Ciara Mazzone had seven goals for the Blue Devils.

Sarah Rule scored five goals as Ballston Spa got past Guilderland 16-11 to improve to 4-2 in the Suburban and 5-2 overall.

Maddy Barnum and Jordyn Ostrander each scored three goals for the Scotties, and Amanda Nieman scored six for Guilderland.

Lindsay Ayres scored five goals as Bethlehem edged Saratoga Springs 16-15 in overtime.

Ayres also assisted on three goals, and Caroline Wise had four goals and two assists for the Eagles.

Lindsay Frank had four goals and three assists for Saratoga Springs, Ella Payer scored four goals and Sophia Burke had three goals and two assists.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 16, Columbia 10
BH-BL    11 5 — 16
Columbia    5 5 — 10
Burnt Hills scoring: Blesi 2-0, Fitzgerald 4-0, Szcepaniak 0-3, Lescault 4-0, Connelly 6-0, Adams 1-4. Columbia scoring: Mazzone 7-1, Hawkins 2-0, Boyagian 1-1, Cohen 0-1.
Goaltenders: Burnt Hills, Stone, 2 saves. Columbia, Demeers, 7.

Ballston Spa 16, Guilderland 11
Ballston Spa    10 6 — 16
Guilderland    6 5 — 11
Ballston Spa scoring: S. Russell 1-1, J. Russell 1-1, Rule 5-0, Barnum 3-1, DeVito 1-2, Ostrander 3-0, Durfee 1-0, O’Connor 1-0. Guilderland scoring: Thompson 2-0, Nieman 6-0, Miller 1-0, Renaud 1-0.
Goaltenders: Ballston Spa, Delaney, 7 saves. Guilderland, Mooney, 9. 

Bethlehem 16, Saratoga Springs 15 (OT)
Saratoga    7 8 0 — 15
Bethlehem    8 7 1 — 16
Saratoga Springs scoring: Burke 3-2, Frank 4-3, Payer 4-0, Hogan 1-2, Mangino 1-0, Berls 2-0, McGinn 0-1. Bethlehem scoring: Jones 3-1, Ayres 5-3, McGrath 2-0, Picker 1-0, Healey 1-0, Wise 4-2.

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