The Greenwich baseball team needed a win on Thursday in Granville to clinch the Wasaren title and Lukas Whitehouse made it happen. The senior pitcher threw a no-hitter while striking out nine as Greenwich posted an 11-0 victory to claim the league crown with a 13-1 mark.
On the softball side of things Greenwich and Hoosic Valley were both victorious and will share the Wasaren title with identical 12-2 records.
Here’s a closer look at all the action on the final day of Wasaren play.
Greenwich 11 Granville 0
Winning Pitcher: Lukas Whitehouse
Leading Hitters: Witches – Cole Burgess 4-5, Carson Mosher 3-4, 2b, 2 RBI’s
Key Stat: Whitehouse throw’s the no-no as the Witches wrap up the title in grand fashion.
Stillwater 8 Mechanicville 4
Winning Pitcher: Robbie Varvaro 9 K’s
Leading Hitters: Warriors – Tim Travis 3 1b’s, 2 RBI’s, Luke Richardson 2 1b’s, Sam Ryan 2 1b’s
Key Stat: Stillwater scored all eight of their runs in the bottom of the fourth to earn the victory and finish with a 4-10 mark in league play.
Greenwich 9 Granville 1
Winning Pitcher: Rachel Hall
Leading Hitters: Witches – Sabrina Whitehouse 4-4, Rachel Hall 2 1b’s, Horde – Gabby Hunt 1b, 2b
Key Stat: Greenwich led 5-0 after three frames giving Hall more than enough run support for the “W”.
Hoosic Valley 7 Cambridge 0
Winning Pitcher: Camille Coyne 9 K’s
Leading Hitters: Valley – Cierra Casale 2-3, 2b, Camille Coyne 2-3, RBI Kate Kennelly 1b, 2 RBI’s Indians – Miranda Seacord 1b, Gabbie Woods 1b, Hannah VanDeWater 1b
Key Stat: A five run first paved the way for the Valley, as they clinch a share of the Wasaren title, their first since 2008.
Tamarac 11 Hoosick Falls 1
Winning Pitcher: Grace Warrington
Leading Hitters: Bengals – Marissa Keeler 2b, HR, Nicole Madigan 2-3, 2b, 3 RBI’s, Tori Reinhard 2-4, 2 RBI’s Falls – Erika Quackenbush 2-3, Syd Miller 1-3
Key Stat: The Bengals bats pounded out six extra base hits on the afternoon, and led 7-0 after just two innings of play.