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High schools: Shenendehowa baseball beats CBA, Niskayuna at Joe Bruno Stadium

High schools: Shenendehowa baseball beats CBA, Niskayuna at Joe Bruno Stadium

Thursday's high school sports roundup
High schools: Shenendehowa baseball beats CBA, Niskayuna at Joe Bruno Stadium
Shenendehowa's Sam Law hits a single against Niskayuna at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium on Thursday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber/Gazette Photographer

Thomas Krill went 3-for-3 with a double and three RBIs, and Shenendehowa completed a two-game sweep Thursday with a 10-3 Suburban Council win over Niskayuna at Joe Bruno Stadium.

Shenendehowa defeated CBA 12-3 earlier Thursday.

Shenendehowa broke open a tight game with Niskayuna by scoring six runs in the sixth inning. Chase Carroll, Evan Bean and C.J. Latham each  had a hit and two RBIs for the Plainsmen, with Latham getting a triple. Jacob Hand had two hits and an RBI for Niskayuna, and Aaron Whitley had two hits.

Ben Lavery went 3-for-3 with a double and two RBIs in Shenendehowa’s win at CBA. Jake Reinisch and Patrick McGuire both had two hits and an RBI for the Plainsmen, Nick Lemire had an RBI double, and Evan Jones gave up five hits in a complete-game effort.

Mason Steward capped a 3-for-3 day with a two-run single in the bottom of the seventh inning that propelled Guilderland past Troy 6-5. Brenden Harris had a double and single for the Dutchmen, and Victor Cardona added two singles. Tom Harkin had a double, two singles and an RBI for Troy. 

Cole Holstein went 2-for-4 with a grand slam and a double, and Kyle Brown, Tyler Cause and Ryan Rockwell also collected two hits as Scotia-Glenville defeated Gloversville 16-4 in a Foothills Council game. Rockwell had three RBIs, and Brown and Dane Dillenback of Gloversville hit triples.

Michael Rocas’ eighth-inning RBI single gave Amsterdam a 1-0 win over Broadalbin-Perth. 

Luke Pusz went 3-for-3 with two doubles and two RBIs, and earned the win with 2 2/3 innings of scoreless relief, as Mohonasen edged Albany Academy 5-4 in a Colonial Council game. Alex Gagnon had a double, single and two RBIs for the Mighty Warriors.

Saratoga Catholic (13-3, 16-3) clinched no less than a share of its third straight Wasaren League title by beating Hoosic Valley 7-2 and Tamarac 17-1.

Terel Tillman pitched a four-hitter, struck out 10 and gave up one earned run in shutting down Hoosic Valley. The Saratoga Catholic ace improved to 5-1. Dylan Custer backed Tillman with two doubles, and Nick Winslow and Aidan Khoury both had two hits and two RBIs.

Winslow had a triple, double and two RBIs, Tillman had two doubles and two RBIs, Dante Marin had three singles and four RBIs and Ross Garrow finished with two singles and three RBIs to lift Saratoga Catholic over Tamarac.

Mechanicville scored five runs in both the sixth and seventh innings to overhaul Cambridge 10-5. Ryan Grimmick had two hits and three RBIs for the Red Raiders, Nick Billert had a double and two RBIs and Rocco DeVito had a double, single and an RBI.

Shane Helmstadt knocked in four runs with a three-run homer and a single, and Ethan Drinon picked up three singles in Schoharie’s 16-5 Western Athletic Conference win at Berne-Knox-Westerlo. Caiden Larsen hit a pair of doubles for BKW, and Jacob Flower had three singles.

Duanesburg split a pair of WAC games, beating Canajoharie 6-1 before a 5-1 setback against Fort Plain, the state’s new top-ranked Class C team. Andy Drescher limited Canajoharie to two hits and fanned 14, and Porter Wilsey hit an two-run single. Zack Gamache singled home Duanesburg’s lone run against Fort Plain, which got 11 strikeouts from John Cortese over six innings.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL
SHENENDEHOWA 10, NISKAYUNA 3

Niskayuna    110 000 1 —  3 7 1
Shenendehowa    200 026 x — 10 9 1
SHENENDEHOWA 12, CBA 3
Shenendehowa    000 380 1 — 12 10 3
CBA    100 011 0 —  3  5 5
GUILDERLAND 6, TROY 5
Troy    011 020 1 — 5 5 2
Guilderland    200 200 2 — 6 7 1
FOOTHILLS COUNCIL
SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 16, GLOVERSVILLE 4

Gloversville    010 020 1 —  4 11 6
S-G    393 010 x — 16 13 4
COLONIAL COUNCIL
MOHONASEN 5, ALBANY ACADEMY 4

Mohonasen    040 001 0 — 5 9 7
Albany Academy    010 030 0 — 4 7 2
WASAREN LEAGUE
SARATOGA CATHOLIC 17, TAMARAC 1

Tamarac    100 00 —  1  6 4
SC    720 8x — 17 14 1
SARATOGA CATHOLIC 7, HOOSIC VALLEY 2
Hoosic Valley    000 110 0 — 2  4 1
SC    030 040 x — 7 11 1
MECHANICVILLE 10, CAMBRIDGE 5
Mechanicville    000 005 5 — 10 8 1
Cambridge    000 300 2 —  5 8 2
WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
SCHOHARIE 16, BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO 5

Schoharie    302 308 — 16 10 0
BKW    004 010 —  5  9 2
DUANESBURG 6, CANAJOHARIE 1
Canajoharie    000 000 1 — 1 2 3
Duanesburg    000 033 x — 6 7 1
FORT PLAIN 5, DUANESBURG 1
Fort Plain    100 220 0 — 5 3 1
Duanesburg    000 001 0 — 1 3 3

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

Abby Esperti scored five goals, and Julia Carroll made 13 saves and posted a first-half shutout to lift No. 3 Scotia-Glenville over No. 6 Emma Willard 15-2 in a Section II Class C quarterfinal game.

Givanna Bianchi notched three goals for Scotia-Glenville, and Morgan Nichter collected two goals and three assists. The Tartans play at No. 2 Averill Park Monday.
Glens Falls beat No. 5 South Glens Falls 14-12, sending the No. 4 Indians to a Monday Class C semifinal at No. 1 and defending champion Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake.

Amanda Nieman piled up 11 points on seven goals and four assists, and No. 4 Guilderland beat 

No. 5 Shaker 16-12 in a Section II Class A quarterfnal game. Jamie Golderman and Caitlyn Miller scored four and three goals, respectively, to help the Dutchmen earn a semifinal date Monday at No. 1 Shenendehowa. Hannah Sharlow sparked Shaker with four goals.

CLASS A
GUILDERLAND 16, SHAKER 12

Shaker    7 5 — 12
Guilderland    9 7 — 16
Shaker scoring: Julien 2-1, Gorman 1-0, Miles 2-0, Fecko 1-0, Lewis 1-0, Barbro 1-0, Sharlow 4-0. Guilderland scoring: Nieman 7-4, Golderman 4-0, Thompson 1-0, Miller 3-0, Renaud 1-0, Dollard 0-2.
Goalkeepers: Shaker, Bette, 10 saves. Guilderland, Mooney, 2 saves.
CLASS C
SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 15, EMMA WILLARD 2

Emma Willard    0  2 —  2
S-G    5 10 — 15
Emma Willard scoring: Howard 2-0. Scotia-Glenville scoring: Esperti 5-0, G. Bianchi 3-0, C. Bianchi 2-1, Nichter 2-3, Geniti 1-2, Drago 1-0, Carpenter 1-0, O’Connor 0-1, Crounce 0-1.
Goalkeepers: Emma Willard, Tada, 7 saves. Scotia-Glenville, Carroll, 13 saves.

SOFTBALL

Hanna Klingebiel hit a solo home run, and Bella Baldwin doubled as Schuylerville edged Scotia-Glenville 2-1 in a Foothills Council game.
In the Suburban Council, Ballston Spa beat Averill Park 9-1. Ana Gold hit a three-run homer, and Angelina Stile followed with a solo blast. Paige Davis and Lauren Kersch each hit a double.

Bethlehem defeated Albany 14-1.

In the Colonial Council, Cobleskill-Richmondville beat Cohoes 7-2 behind doubles from Kendal Roberts and Gabrielle Soto.

Meaghan Houk powered Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk to a 14-4 victory over Voorheesville by slugging a triple and a double and pitching a complete game. Kayla Loomis tripled, and Caitlyn Gallagher doubled.

Canajoharie defeated Fonda-Fultonville 11-5 in a Western Athletic Conference game, led by Monica Hartlieb’s triple and single, and Caitlyn Baker’s double and single. Emma Crahan had a home run for Fonda-Fultonville, while Adrianna Butler and Brianne Egelston each had two singles.

Zoey Lounsbury had a pair of doubles and a single, and Reagan Smith had a double and a single as Berne-Knox-Westerlo shut out Middleburgh 6-0. Alyssa Wayman had a pair of singles for Middleburgh.

In non-league action, Troy shut out Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 12-0 behind Karley Duda and Cait Dinardo with a pair of singles each. Taylor VanAuken had two singles for Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons.

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake defeated Pine Plains 8-6, led by Morgan Skpowski’s two singles. 

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
CANAJOHARIE 11, FONDA-FULTONVILLE 5

Fonda    012 020 0 —  5  6 6
Canajoharie    173 000 x — 11 13 2
BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO 6, MIDDLEBURGH 0
Middleburgh    000 000 0 — 0 4 1
B-K-W    002 031 x — 6 9 3
FOOTHILLS COUNCIL
SCHUYLERVILLE 2, SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 1

Schuylerville    010 010 0 — 2 7 4
Scotia-Glenville    000 010 0 — 1 2 0
SUBURBAN COUNCIL
BETHLEHEM 14, ALBANY 1

Bethlehem    101 444 — 14 13 0
Albany    000 010 —  1  4 8
BALLSTON SPA 9, AVERILL PARK 1
Averill Park    000 000 1 — 1  4 0
Ballston Spa    405 000 x — 9 12 3
COLONIAL COUNCIL
COBLESKILL-RICHMONDVILLE 7, COHOES 2

Cohoes    000 001 1 — 2 5 6
C-R    000 340 x — 7 8 3
RAVENA-COEYMANS-SELKIRK 14, VOORHEESVILLE 4
Voorheesville    101 010 1 —  4  7 1
Ravena    503 033 x — 14 16 2
NON-LEAGUE
TROY 12, NOTRE DAME-BISHOP GIBBONS 0

ND-BG    000 00 —  0  2 5
Troy    072 12 — 12 11 0
BURNT HILLS-BALLSTON LAKE 8, PINE PLAINS 6
Pine Plains    501 000 0 — 6 12 2
Burnt Hills    310 300 x — 8  9 0

TRACK

Stillwater won the boys’ team title, and Greenwich prevailed on the girls’ side at the Wasaren League championship meets Wednesday at Stillwater High School.

For Stillwater, Joe Yosaitis won the 800 and 3,200, John Gannon won the 3,000 steeplechase and started a first-place 3,200 relay, and Dylan Moran won the long jump and triple jump and contributed to triumphant 400 and 1,600 relays. Connor Smith of Greenwich won the 100 and 200.

The Greenwich girls got two wins from Lucia D’Acchille in the hurdles, and from Brynne Wright in the 1,500 and 2,000 steeplechase.
Kelly Moran of Stillwater doubled in the long jump and triple jump. Jada Brown of Mechanicville won the 100 and 200.

BOYS
Teams

Stillwater 137.5, Greenwich 70, Granville 52, Lake George 47.5, Waterford-Halfmoon 46, Tamarac 44, Hoosic Valley 39, Cambridge 34, New Lebanon/Berlin 32, Whitehall 31, Mechanicville 23, Salem 14, Warrensburg 9, Corinth 7, Saratoga Catholic 6.
Individuals/relays
100 — Smith (Green), 11.67; 200 — Smith (Green), 23.68; 400 — Dandrow (Tam), 52.31; 800 — Yusaitis (Cam), 2:05.89; 1,600 — Howard (Green), 4:46.34; 3,200 — Yusaitis (Stil), 10:31.33; 110 HH — Bauer (WH), 15.73; 400IH — Brown (Mech), 59.62; 400 relay — Stillwater (Conti, Lescault, Moran, Sanchez), 45.59; 1,600 relay — Stillwater, 3:38.92; 3,200 relay — Stillwater (Gannon, Sicko, Moraci, Cowin), 9:13.49; 3,000 steeplechase — Gannon (Stil), 11:14.61; 
High jump — Bauer (WH), 6-0; Long jump — Moran (Stil), 19-10 3/4; Triple jump — Moran (Stil), 42-9 1/2; Discus — Regimbald (Gran), 122-8; Shot put — Gonzalez (Mech), 42-8; Pole vault — Genier (White), 10-6; Pentathlon — Hackman (Cam), 2,593.
GIRLS
Teams

Greenwich 172.66, Stillwater 140.33, Hoosic Valley 66, Cambridge 59, Mechanicville 42, Lake George 35, Whitehall 25, New Lebanon/Berlin 18, Tamarac 14, Corinth 11, Granville 2, Saratoga Catholic 2, Waterford-Halfmoon 2, Salem 2, Warrensburg 1.
Individuals/relays
100 — Brown (Mech), 13.02; 200 — Brown (Mech), 26.74; 400 — Collins (Green), 60.06; 800 — Headwell Cam), 2:25.54; 1,500 — B. Wright (Green), 5:02.52; 3,000 — T. Wright (Green), 10:51.91; 100HH — D’Acchille (Green), 15.71; 400IH — D’Acchille (Green), 66.69; 400 relay — Stillwater (Ke. Moran, Ka. Moran, McLaughlin, Pickett), 52.0; 1,600 relay — Stillwater (Frank, Locci, Hebert, Estill), 4:11.65; 3,200 relay — Greenwich (Collins, Gregg, Skiff, Cronin) 10:12.34; 2,000 steeplechase — B. Wright (Green), 7:35.63; 
High jump — Spiezio (Gren), 4-10; Long jump — Moran (Stil), 17-8 1/2; Triple jump — Moran (Stil), 35-10; Discus — Ryder (NSB), 119-1; Shot put — Jarosz (HV), 32-9 3/4; Pole vault — Brinsko Stil), 9-6; Pentathlon — Eggleston (White), 2,499.

UNIFIED BASKETBALL

Kayvien Jackson scored 15 points, and Jaden Tesheira added 14 as Schenectady edged Albany 47-43.

Schenectady improved to 4-0.

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