Stillwater 6 Berne-Knox 4
WP: Shea Brown LP: Quinn Roomey
Hitting Stars: Warriors – Carter Wicheins 2-3 Tyler Juliano 3-4, RBI Jaxon Mueller 1-3, 2 RBI’s Brody Burdo 2B
The Warriors broke a 3-3 deadlock with a pair of runs in the bottom of the sixth and closed things out from there to capture the victory and advance to a Class C first round matchup with top-seeded Fort Plain today at 4 p.m.
Hoosick Falls 8 Voorheesville 1
WP: Jake Sparks LP: Jack Popow
Pitching Stats: Panthers – Jake Sparks 6 IP 1 Run 4 Hits 8 K’s
Hitting Stars: Panthers – Jake Sparks 1B, 2B, 2 RBI’s Josh Colegrove 3 1B’s, RBI Tucker Thayne 2B, 2 RBI’s
The Panthers used a four-spot in the third frame to take control and rolled to the “W” over the Blackbirds in a Class C play-in on Monday. The Falls advance and face the Witches of Greenwich today at 4 p.m. in first round action.
Waterford 21 Middleburgh 4
Hitting Stars: Fordians – Jake Houle 3 hits Werkie Hayes 3 hits Jaycen Janusz 2 hits, 4 RBI’s
Waterford enjoyed two 10 run innings in a mercy rule contest that saw five Waterford players with two or more hits, and nine Fordians score at least two runs. Next up for Waterford is a first round matchup with Galway today at 4 p.m.
Maple Hill 20 Berlin/New Lebanon 2
Hoosic Valley 3 Canajoharie 1
WP: Emma Scofield LP: Jenna Trembley
Pitching Stats: Valley – Emma Scofield 7IP 1 Run 4 Hits 1 BB 6 K’s Canjo – Jenna Trembley 7IP 3 Runs 4 Hits 6 BB’s 14 K’s
Hitting Stars: Valley – Kamryn McAffrey 1-1, RBI Taryn Morrisey 1-3 Olivia Cappellano 1-3
The Valley plated single runs in the sixth and seventh frames to earn the Class C play-in victory over Canajoharie on Monday, With the win the Indians advance to a first round action get together with the second-seeded Railroaders of Whitehall, today at 4 p.m.
Maple Hill 14 Waterford 2
WP: Kate Ackerman
Pitching Stats: Maple Hill – Kate Ackerman 5 IP 1 ER 3 Hits 6 K’s
Hitting Stars: Wildcats – Kate Brodzinski 3 hits Emma Dugan 3 hits Fordians – B. Thibodeau 1-3, 3B, RBI
Galway 6 Hoosick Falls 1 (11)
After a scoreless game through nine innings of play, both tallied single runs in the 10th before Galway ended things with a five-run 11th frame to secure the “W” in the Class C play-in.