Valley Tops Schuylerville on Two Diamonds


On a non-league Thursday for a handful of Wasaren squads, the Indians of Hoosic Valley claimed wins over Schuylerville in both softball and baseball, while Waterford notched a baseball “W” over Hadley Luzerne, and Hoosick Falls fell to Mt. Anthony in an interstate matchup. 


Hoosic Valley 10  Schuylerville 9:  In a game that saw 23 hits, 19 runs, and five lead changes, the Valley hung a five spot on the board in the sixth frame paving the way to the come from behind win over the Black Horses.

Kody Gillespie enjoyed a 3-4 day including a pair of doubles and two RBI”s, and Isaac Carlo added three hits including a double to pace the Valley who with the win improve to 6-3 on the season.

Carson Dunkel led Schuylerville (7-1) at the plate going 3-4 with a pair of RBI’s.


Waterford 10  Hadley Luzerne 6:  After spotting Luzerne a 2-0 lead after one, the Fordians scored 10 unanswered runs over the next four innings to gain control, on their way to the comfortable victory.

Robert Walek, Connor Houle, and Thomas Phelan all ripped run-scoring doubles for Waterford in support of Phelan who picked up the pitching win for the Fordians who move to 5-3 on the season with the victory.

Ryan Beaury and Zach Lewandowski paced the Eagles offense with two hits each.


Mt Anthony 7  Hoosick Falls 4:  The Panthers led 2-0 after two, but Mt. Anthony plated seven runs over the middle three frames and went on to post the road “W” over Hoosick Falls.

Blake Cary with an RBI double, and a three hit day from Liam Center showed the way for the visitors from Vermont.

Jordan Case tripled and scored twice, and Cody Hodges stroked a run-scoring single to lead the Falls who slip to 3-4 on the year.



Hoosic Valley 4  Schuylerville 3:  The Valley pushed across the eventual game-winner in the top of the eighth to earn the narrow victory in Schuylerville.

Camille Coyne allowed six hits, while fanning 10 in picking up the win from the circle, while Bridget Ryan with a 3-4 day led the Valley offense.

Emily Vallee doubled, and Hannah Klingebiel tripled for the Black Horses who got a strong pitching effort from Caitlin Kelleher who struck out 10 in the contest.

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