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High schools: Shenendehowa baseball reaches Class AA semifinal

High schools: Shenendehowa baseball reaches Class AA semifinal

Saturday's high school sports roundup
High schools: Shenendehowa baseball reaches Class AA semifinal

Evan Jones threw a complete game shutout with seven strikeouts against just two hits to lift Shenendehowa over Fayetteville-Manlius 6-0 in a Class AA state quarterfinal baseball game.

Schuylerville shut out Ogdensburg Free Academy 4-0 in a Class B game to capture its first regional title in school history. Ryan Yandow doubled and singled while driving in three runs, and Paul Harshbarger had an RBI double for Schuylerville.

Ethan Patch threw a five-inning perfect game and had 14 strikeouts, and Whitehall scored 19 runs in the third inning to beat Livingston Manor 21-0 in a Class D state regional final baseball game. Thomas Fish tripled, Tyler Fish doubled, and Patch tripled, doubled, and had two singles in the victory.

CLASS AA
SHENENDEHOWA 6, FAYETTEVILLE-MANLIUS 0

Shenendehowa    003 000 3 — 6 5 1
F-M    000 000 0 — 0 2 2
CLASS B
SCHUYLERVILLE 4, OGDENSBURG FREE ACADEMY 0

Ogdensburg    000 000 0 — 0 4 1
Schuylerville    001 030 x — 4 5 0
CLASS D
WHITEHALL 21, LIVINGSTON MANOR 0

Whitehall    00(19) 20 — 21 17 0
LM    00 0  00 —  0  0 5

SOFTBALL

Bella Milazzo had 13 strikeouts to lead Ichabod Crane past Plattsburgh 18-0 in a Class B quarterfinal softball game. Emma Scheitinger homered, Abby Crahan, Gabby Cox, and Brittany Futia each doubled, and Molly Channell had a pair of bunt singles to power Ichabod Crane’s offense.

St. Lawrence edged Chatham 3-2 in a Class C quarterfinal game.

CLASS B
ICHABOD CRANE 18, PLATTSBURGH 0

Ichabod Crane    221 427 — 18 16 0
Plattsburgh    000 000 —  0  3 4

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