Hoosick Falls 9 Mt Anthony 8
WP: Ben Smith LP: Nat Greenslet
Hitting Stars: Falls – Jake Sparks 2 1B’s, 2B, 2 RBI’s Josh Colegrove 1B, 3B, RBI Tucker Thayne 2 1B’s, 4 RBI’s
Take Away: Trailing 8-7 in the sixth, the Panthers flipped the script, plating a pair on a sac fly by Thayne and an RBI triple from Colegrove, securing the come-from-behind “W” over MAU.
Stillwater 7 Watervliet 3
WP: Brody Burdo
Hitting Stars: Warriors – Brody Burdo 2-4, RBI Jaxon Mueller 2B, RBI Mike Campion 1B, 2 RBI’s
Take Away: With the game tied at 3-3, Stillwater used a four-run seventh to notch the non-league victory over the Cannoneers.
Greenwich 16 Taconic Hills 15
WP: Ryan Ingber LP: Van Alystine
Hitting Stars: Witches – Aiden McPhail 1B, HR, 6 RBI’s Jesse Kuzmich 2 1Bs, 2 2B’s, 2 RBI’s Jayden Hughes 3 1B’s, 2 RBI’s Parker Jamieson 1B, 2 2B’s, 3 RBI’s
Take Away: Greenwich scored 10 runs in the first frame, but trailed 15-14 entering the seventh, where the Witches plated two, earning the wild non-league “W”.
Hoosick Falls 14 Mechanicville 1
WP: Kennedy Boisvert LP: Allie Kenyon
Hitting Stars: Panthers – Lyric Kriner 3-3, RBI Kate Waugh 2-3, 3 RBI’s Marissa Landry 2-3, 2 RBI’s Red Raiders – Allie Kenyon 1B Kadynce Goudreau 1B
Take Away: The Falls ran out to an 11-0 lead after three innings and cruised to the win in the Charlie Weedan Touranment.
Mechanicville 9 Brattleboro 8
WP: Allie Kenyon
Hitting Stars: Red Raiders – Allie Kenyon 2 hits Kadynce Goudreau 2 hits Horan 2 hits
Take Away: The Raiders scored four runs in the seventh highlighted by a 2-run game-winner by Izzo to earn the victory.
Greenwich 7 Greenville 1
WP: Lily McCauliffe 7 IP 1 Run 1 Hit 12 K’s LP: Morgan Randall
Hitting Stars: Witches – Lily McCauliffe 2B Greenville – Morgan Randall 2B
Take Away: McCauliffe dominates from the circle, throwing a one-hitter to lead the Witches past Greenville.
Greenwich 10 Maple Hill 0
WP: Sophia Boice LP: K. Ackerman
Hitting Stars: Witches – Reegan Mullen 2B, HR, 5 RBI’s Faith Ingber 2 1B’s
Take Away: Boice limited the Wildcats to three singles, while Mullen had a big day at the plate, in Greenwich’s comfortable non-league victory.