Falls, Valley Roll in Season Openers

Hoosick Falls 13   Tamarac 5

WP: Jake Sparks  5 IP  9 Ks    LP: Peyton Richarson

Hitting Sttars:  Panthers –  Andrew Sparks 3 1B’s  4 runs     Tucker Thayne 2 2B’s 4 RBI’s     Bengals – Zack Rice 2 IB’s 3 RBI’s     Nevin Wilkie 1B, 2B

Take Away:  In a game played at Chapko Park in Valley Falls, junior Jake Sparks threw five strong innings and the Panthers plated 10 runs over the first three frames, fueling the Falls season-opening “W”.

 

Hoosic Valley 29   Berlin/New Lebanon 9

WP Connor King  4 IP  2 hits  10 K’s      LP Charlie Bingham 

Hitting Stars:  Valley – Mike Lancaster 2-4  Grand Slam  6 RBI’s  5 runs     Jimmy Bolognino 3-run HR     Jeff Finkle 4-5  3 RBIs     Mountaineers – Kevin Chittenden 3-3 RBI

Take Away:  The Valley used a 7-spot in the third frame to take control, in a game that saw the Indians rip 18 hits and King throw four dominant innings, leading Schaghticoke squad to the season-opening victory, in Berlin on Saturday.    

 

Waterford 11   Berne Knox 1

WP W. Hayes 3 IP  4 hits 0 runs 3 Ks      LP H. Smith 3 IP  2 runs  2 hits  4 Ks

Hitting Stars:  Fordians – R. Henderson  2B  2 RBIs   B. Cribbs 1B  2 RBI’s   D. Pontore 2 RBI’s       Knox – B. Shaver 2 IB’s

Take Away:  In a 2-0 game headed to the bottom of the fourth, Waterford plated three run in the fourth and added a six-run fifth, to secure the home “W” over Berne-Knox on Friday.

 

Saratoga Catholic 5   Waterford 3

WP Ronan Rowe 4 IP  1 hit  1 ER  3 BB’s  9 Ks        LP Blake Cribbs

Hitting Stars:  Saints – Ronan Rowe 3-3 IB, HR, 2 RBI’s     Pierce Byrne 2B, 2 RBI’s     Charlie Greiner 2 IB’s RBI   3 IP o runs o hits i BB 5 K’s     Fordians – Jack Gilbert 1-3 run scored

Take Away:  Rowe and Greiner combine for a one-hitter in the Saints season-opening win at Kelts Field on Saturday.  

 

Softball

Stillwater 25   Waterford 1

WP E. Resch  5 IP  2 hits  1 run  10 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Warriors – C Salecker 1B, 2B, 6 RBI’s     J. Bouleris 3 IB’s, 4 RBI’s     P. Morris 2B, 3 RBI’s

Take Away:  Stillwater took control with eight runs in the second frame and Resch shut down the Waterford attack as the Warriors cruised to the easy victory on Friday.  

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