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High schools: Schoharie's Helmstadt fans 19 in no-hitter

High schools: Schoharie's Helmstadt fans 19 in no-hitter

Wednesday's high school sports roundup
High schools: Schoharie's Helmstadt fans 19 in no-hitter

Shane Helmstadt pitched a no-hitter with 19 strikeouts, leading Schoharie past Berne-Knox-Westerlo 9-0 in a Western Athletic Conference baseball game Wednesday.

Quin Barton had three singles for Schoharie, Cam MacDonald had two singles and Ethan Drinon and Josh Scheuer both had a double.

Schoharie was on the losing end of a no-hitter earlier this season against Fonda-Fultonville.

Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons defeated Canajoharie 8-3, led by Nick Kownack with a double, while Connor Barber and Matt Kordziel each had two singles. Derek Hyney and Isaiah Logan each doubled for Canajoharie.

Derek Duval tossed a two-hit shutout as Fonda-Fultonville defeated Galway 10-1.

Fort Plain shut out OESJ 7-0, led by Zack Reid’s triple and double, while Troy Butler, Brady Fureno, Bryce Thibodeau, and Nate Buley had two singles each.

Shenendehowa edged Bethlehem 4-3 in the Suburban Council, led by a double and single from Thomas Krill and Ben Lavery’s double. Josh Bein doubled for Bethlehem.

Chris Martin had a double and a single, and Carter Bach had a pair of singles to lead Colonie past CBA 6-3. Drew Signor had two singles for CBA.

Guilderland defeated Albany 12-4 behind Dallas Seyler’s two singles.

Columbia beat Averill Park 6-4 behind doubles by Zach Eldred and Robert Erno.

Saratoga Springs beat Niskayuna 7-1 behind a double and a single each from Christian Kondo and Sam Cirenza, doubles from Nate Chudy and Ryan Ash and two singles from Jonathan Irons.

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake defeated Shaker 6-3, led by Sam Gardy with a double and a single, and Hunter Valley with two singles.

In the Colonial Council, Albany Academy defeated Ichabod Crane 12-2, led by Derek Bender’s triple and single, Danny Mosher’s triple, and two singles each by Sam Sundwall and Evan Kelley.

Cobleskill-Richmondville defeated Cohoes 12-7, led by Sterling Sisson’s double and single, Aaron Henry’s double and Alex Javitz, Donovan Pacatte and David Nicholas with two singles each. Cohoes was led by Thomas Fiffe Jr. with a double and single, Austin Smith with a double and Kyle Milligan and Troy Snyder with two singles each.

Voorheesville edged Watervliet 4-3, led by Joe Saia’s triple. Watervliet was led by Tyler Bouregard’s double and single.

Mohonasen edged La Salle 7-6 as pitcher Drew Coehlo struck out eight in 6 2/3 innings.

Lansingburgh beat Schalmont 3-1. Jake Defayette had two singles for Schalmont.

Nick Morola had a home run, two doubles and a single, Addison Shaul doubled and singled twice and Justin O’Neil and Tyler Cause doubled each to help Scotia-Glenville to a shutout of Gloversville 14-0 in a Foothills Council game. Raymond Strauser had two singles for Gloversville.

Jack Sylvia hit a home run and a single to help Queensbury beat Schuylerville 7-2.

Amsterdam beat Broadalbin-Perth 16-4, led by Francisco Andres Santana with a three doubles, Jake Rhee Grecko’s double and three singles, Matt Murphy with two doubles and two singles and Peyton Ausfeld’s double and two singles.

In the Wasaren League, Mechanicville edged Greenwich 2-1 behind Jacob Popiel’s two singles.

Tamarac defeated Saratoga Central Catholic 6-2, led by Tristian Nemjo’s home run and double and Dalton Maxon’s home run and single.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL
SHENENDEHOWA 4, BETHLEHEM 3

Bethlehem    010 110 0 — 3 5 1
Shenendehowa    030 010 x — 4 4 3
COLONIE 6, CBA 3
CBA    200 100 0 — 3 8 1
Colonie    060 000 x — 6 6 4
GUILDERLAND 12, ALBANY 4
Albany    020 101 0 —  4 11 4
Guilderland    002 505 x — 12 13 3
COLUMBIA 6, AVERILL PARK 4
Columbia    201 000 3 — 6 7 2
Averill Park    000 040 0 — 4 8 1
SARATOGA SPRINGS 7, NISKAYUNA 1
Niskayuna    000 001 0 — 1  2 1
Saratoga Springs    110 140 x — 7 10 0
BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 6, SHAKER 3
Shaker    010 200 0 — 3 6 0
Burnt Hills    300 003 x — 6 6 0
COLONIAL COUNCIL
ALBANY ACADEMY 12, ICHABOD CRANE 2

Albany Academy    540 03 — 12 12 1
Ichabod Crane    020 00 —  2  5 1
COBLESKILL-RICHMONDVILLE 12, COHOES 7
Cohoes    025 000 0 —  7  8 5
C-R    027 021 x — 12 13 3
VOORHEESVILLE 4, WATERVLIET 3
Voorheesville    100 120 0 — 4 6 2
Watervliet    102 000 0 — 3 7 3
MOHONASEN 7, LA SALLE 6
La Salle    012 000 3 — 6 8 2
Mohonasen    103 111 x — 7 8 2
LANSINGBURGH 3, SCHALMONT 1
Lansingburgh    003 000 0 — 3 2 0
Schalmont    000 010 0 — 1 4 3
FOOTHILLS COUNCIL
SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 14, GLOVERSVILLE 0

Scotia    412 132 1 — 14 15 0
Gloversville    000 000 0 —  0  2 2
QUEENSBURY 7, SCHUYLERVILLE 2
Schuylerville    100 100 0 — 2 4 1
Queensbury    230 101 0 — 7 7 1
AMSTERDAM 16, BROADALBIN-PERTH 4
Amsterdam    302 014 6 — 16 21 4
Broadalbin-Perth    002 020 0 —  4  6 3
WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
NOTRE DAME-BISHOP GIBBONS 8, CANAJOHARIE 3

Canajoharie    002 100 0 — 3 5 3
ND-BG    005 300 x — 8 8 0
FONDA-FULTONVILLE 10, GALWAY 0
Galway    000 00 —  0 2 4
Fonda-Fultonville    100 27 — 10 5 1
FORT PLAIN 7, OESJ 0
OESJ    000 000 0 — 0  1 0
Fort Plain    113 002 x — 7 12 0
WASAREN LEAGUE
MECHANICVILLE 2, GREENWICH 1

Greenwich    100 000 0 — 1 2 1
Mechanicville    100 000 x — 2 5 4
TAMARAC 6, SARATOGA CENTRAL CATHOLIC 2
Spa Catholic    020 000 0 — 2 4 1
Tamarac    002 004 x — 6 4 0

SOFTBALL

In the Suburban Council, Columbia edged Averill Park 4-3 led by Grace Bayly’s two singles, including the game-winner in the seventh inning, and Maeve Marra’s two singles. Averill Park was led by Abby Nagel’s two singles.

Ellen Fuda and Hannah Garrett each had two singles to help Shenendehowa edge Bethlehem 3-2. Haley Nash and Anna Cleary each had a solo home run for Bethlehem.

Guilderland defeated Albany 15-2. Alyssa Burg and Anna Ciccarelli had a home run and a double each for Guilderland, while Ashley Shean, Jess Serravillo and Alyssa Shearing had a home run and a single each. 

Ballston Spa edged Troy 4-3 behind Julia Russell and Katelyn Hilko with two singles each.

In the Foothills Council, South Glens Falls shut out Glens Falls 2-0, led by Kasen Lemay’s two singles. Glens Falls was led by Lexi Cutter’s two singles.

Scotia-Glenville defeated Gloversville 15-3, led by Sophia Schuab’s pair of triples and single, and Kelly Mayette’s two doubles and single.

Mechanicville beat Greenwich 4-1 in the Wasaren League behind Erin Salvatore’s home run and single, Taylor Lescault’s three singles, and Destiny Farr’s double. Greenwich’s run came from a solo home run by Courtney Fraher.

In the Colonial Council, Madison Teta hit a grand slam, a three-run home run, and a pair of doubles, while Angelise Montanez had a home run and three singles to lift Lansingburgh over Schalmont 18-6.

Ichabod Crane shut out Catholic Central 7-3 in Game 1 of a doubleheader, and took the second game 14-0.

Voorheesville beat Albany Academy 12-4. Ella Kelly and Olivia Richardson had a double and single each, Marisa Gifford doubled and Sydney Worthley added three singles. Albany Academy was led by Kyle McRoberts’ two singles.

Cobleskill-Richmondville defeated Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 5-2, led by Meaghan Houk’s home run.

Mohonasen beat Holy Names 18-2, led by Michaela Arcate and Natalie Blackstone with a double and two singles each. Keeley Harrick and Emma Rafferty added with two doubles each.

In the Western Athletic Conference, Fort Plain/OESJ defeated Middleburgh 17-5 behind Michela Stockwell’s two-run homer, Jenna Reese’s triple and three singles, Alexis Klock’s double, Gabby Jenks’ three singles, and Meadow Arduini’s two singles.

Hanna Hofmann had two doubles and a single, Emma Smith had a double and two singles and Kaylee Bagdan and Jess Pakatar each had two singles as Galway beat Fonda-Fultonville 9-5. Emma Smith struck out 10 in a complete-game victory.

Mayfield defeated Northville 30-7, led by Jillian Botch’s triple. Emily Shepard doubled for Northville.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL
SOUTH GLENS FALLS 2, GLENS FALLS 0

Glens Falls    000 000 0 — 0 4 1
South Glens Falls    020 000 x — 2 5 1
SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 15, GLOVERSVILLE 3
Gloversville    201 0 —  3  7 2
Scotia-Glenville    534 3 — 15 15 0
COLONIAL COUNCIL
LANSINGBURGH 18, SCHALMONT 6

Schalmont    010 50 —  6  7 2
Lansingburgh    355 32 — 18 12 5
ICHABOD CRANE 7, CATHOLIC CENTRAL 3
Catholic Central    000 030 0 — 3  4 3
Ichabod Crane    300 400 x — 7 10 1
ICHABOD CRANE 14, CATHOLIC CENTRAL 0
Ichabod Crane    612 14 — 14 16 0
Catholic Central    000 00 —  0  2 2
VOORHEESVILLE 12, ALBANY ACADEMY 4
Albany Academy    000 040 0 —  4  6 5
Voorheesville    123 012 3 — 12 15 2
COBLESKILL-RICHMONDVILLE 5, RAVENA-COEYMANS-SELKIRK 2
C-R    000 005 0 — 5 3 0
Ravena    010 000 1 — 2 3 3
MOHONASEN 18, HOLY NAMES 2
Holy Names    101 00 —  2  5 5
Mohonasen    229 5x — 18 14 0
SUBURBAN COUNCIL
COLUMBIA 4, AVERILL PARK 3

Columbia    001 200 1 — 4 11 2
Averill Park    002 001 0 — 3  5 1
SHENENDEHOWA 3, BETHLEHEM 2
Bethlehem    001 100 0 — 2 6 1
Shenendehowa    100 000 2 — 3 8 3
BALLSTON SPA 4, TROY 3
Troy    100 011 0 — 3 3 3
Ballston Spa    000 031 x — 4 8 0
WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
FORT PLAIN/OESJ 17, MIDDLEBURGH 5

Middleburgh    000 212 —  5
Fort Plain/OESJ    370 313 — 17
GALWAY 9, FONDA-FULTONVILLE 5
Galway    004 003 2 — 9 13 0
Fonda-Fultonville    202 000 1 — 5 11 0
MAYFIELD 30, NORTHVILLE 7
Mayfield    (17)22 90 — 30
Northville    0 05 20 —  7

BOYS' LACROSSE

Ian Owens scored three goals and had two assists, Dan Kekis had two goals and two assists, Bryce Jones, and Josh Hanlon each had two goals and an assist and Jack Barringer and Evan Clough each scored two goals to lift Voorheesville over Maple Hill/Ichabod Crane 15-4 in a Wasaren League game.

Voorheesville    4 6 3 2 — 15
MH/IC    2 2 0 0 —  4

GIRLS' LACROSSE

Catholic Central beat Cohoes 20-4 in a Colonial Council game led by Lia Casale’s eight goals, Claudia Fountain’s seven goals and two assists and Karissa Koberger’s two goals and one assist.

Cohoes     2 2 —  4
Catholic Central    12 8 — 20

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