Saints, Witches Notch Baseball Wins

Saratoga Catholic 12   Hoosic Valley 2

WP:  Aidan Crowther 5 IP 3 Hits 2 Runs 1 BB’s 5 K’s                                 LP:  Austin Brown

Hitting Stars:  Saints – Pierce Byrne 3-4, 1B, 2B, 3B         Ronan Rowe 2-2, 2B, 3B, 2 RBI’s          Kam Cox 2-2, 2 RBI’s       

Take Away:  Leading 7-2 after five frames the Saints plated five in the sixth to take control, and closed things out for the comfortable win over the Hoosic Valley.  With the win Spa Catholic improves to 8-3 on the year, while the Valley goes to 3-8 with the loss.


Greenwich 20   Waterford 3

WP:  Dutch Hamilton 5 IP 3 Runs 3 ER 9 K’s                                     LP:  Werkie Hayes

Hitting Stars: Witches – Parker Jamieson 2B, HR, 5 RBI’s          Aidan Waite 1 1B’s, 2B, 2 RBI’s        Jack Fortier 2 1B’s, 3 RBI’s    Ryan Ingber 1B, 2B, 2 RBI’s             Fordians – Connor Kennedy 2 1B’s, 2B, RBI   

Take Away:  The Witches bats rattled for 20 hits with every player in the lineup having multiple-hit games in the one-sided decision Saturday night at Kelt’s Stadium.  Greenwich goes to 6-4, 6-7 on the year and Waterford slips to 3-8, 4-9 for the season.  

Friday Results from the Diamonds: Raiders Bengals Split

Tamarac 2   Mechanicville 1  (8)

WP:  Moira Collins 8 IP 1 Run 2 Hits 13 K’s            LP:  Paige Rogers 8 IP 2 Runs 4 Hits 2 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Bengals – Addie Ferris 2-3            Toni DeLorenzo 1-4, 2 RBI’s, game winning RBI single             Red Raiders – Lila Christensen 2B, RBI

Take Away:  Toni DeLorenzo ripped a run-scoring single in the top of the eighth inning breaking a 1-1 deadlock, and Collins and the Tamarac defense closed things out in the bottom of the frame to earn the narrow road “W” over the Raiders.  Both Collins and Rogers were dominant from the circle allowing just six hits combined on the afternoon.  With the win Tamarac stays perfect on the season at 7-0, 9-0.  


Mechanicville 14   Tamarac 6

WP:  Chris Couser 7 IP 5 Hits 6 Runs 5 ER 8 K’s                             LP:  L. Ring 3 IP 12 Hits 10 Runs 9 ER 1 BB 3 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Raiders – Will Coreno 2-6, 2B, HR, RBI        Scott Lynch 5-6, RBI          Colon Richardson 3-5, 2B, RBI    R. Dyer 1-2, 2B, 2 RBI;s                           Bengals – Tyler Sears 1-2, 3 RBI’s   

Take Away:  The Raiders ran out to a 10-1 lead after three innings and coasted to the one-sided, road win over Tamarac.  Mechanicville’s lineup produced 18 hits with five Raiders enjoying multiple hit games. 


Hoosick Falls 27   Berlin/New Lebanon 2

WP:  Eli King

Hitting Stars:  Falls – Jake Sparks 1B, 2B, HR, 4 RBI’s             Ryan Sparks 3 1B’s, 2B, 5 RBI’s           

Take Away:  The Panthers hung crooked numbers in each of the first five innings, rolling over the Mountaineers Friday afternoon in Hoosick Falls.  With the victory the Falls moves to 6-7, 7-8 on the season.  

Wasaren Baseball Action: Waterford Shuts Out the Valley, Tamarac Outlasts Warriors

Berlin/New Lebanon 8   Doane Stuart 7

Hitting Stars:  Mountaineers – Konnor McMillan 4-4, 2 RBI’s           Jake Bosso 2-3, 2B, 2 RBI’s             Doane Stuart – Jackson Willis 3-4, RBI          Nick Vanvorst 3-4, RBI

Take Away:  Jake Bosso ripped a walk-off RBI double in the bottom of the eighth to give Berlin/New Lebanon their first win of the season.  


Waterford 2   Hoosic Valley 0

WP:  Matt Soden 7 IP  2 Hits 0 Runs 2 BB’s 10 K’s                             LP:  C. King 4 IP 1 Hit 2 Runs 1 ER 8 BB’s 11 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Fordians – Werkie Hayes 1-3, RBI              Valley – A. Brown 1-3             L. Santiago 1-3    

Take Away:  In a game that produced just three total hits, the Fordians pushed two runs across in the fourth frame which proved to be enough with Soden dominating from the bump.  The Fordian pitcher fanned 10 and allowed only a pair of singles in shutting down the Valley attack at Kelts Stadium on Thursday.  


Tamarac 20   Stillwater 17

WP:  James Blake 3.2 IP 4 Hits 6 Runs 3 ER 3 BB’s 4 K’s                                   LP:  Carter Wicheins 1.1 IP 3 Hits 8 Runs 7 ER 3 BB’s

Hitting Stars:  Bengals – Peyton Richardson 2-3, 2B, HR, 3 RBI’s        Nevin Wilkie 2-3, 2 2B’s 2 RBI’s        Tyler Sears 1-3, 3 RBI’s            Warriors – D. Giso 3-5, RBI        Mike Campion 2-3, 2B, 3 RBI’s         R. Brown 2-4, 2B, 3 RBI’s

Take Away:  It was a wild one in Tamarac on Thursday that saw runs scored in every half inning but two, 17 combined errors committed, 11 by Tamarac, and the Bengals outhit 12-9 but still securing the victory.  Seven pitchers toed the slab between the teams with six giving up multiple runs in their mound stints.  Stillwater led 8-5 after two frames, before Tamarac took the lead with a six-run third.  Stillwater answered with a 3-spot in the fourth to knot things at 11-11, but the Bengals plated four in the bottom of the inning and added five runs in their fifth frame to build a seemingly secure 20-12 advantage.  Stillwater responded with four runs in the top of the sixth and a lone tally in the seventh before Tamarac was able to get the 21st out, ending a memorable afternoon at Clum’s Corners.  


Greenwich 13   Hoosick Falls 5

WP:  Cooper Skiff 4.1 IP 6 Hits 4 Runs 4 ER 2 K’s                           LP:  Luke Nicholas 

Hitting Stars:  Witches – Parker Jamieson 2 1B’s, 3 RBI’s          Joey Skiff 2 1B’s, 2B, 2 RBI’s        Jack Fortier 2 1B’s, RBI         Panthers – Jake Sarks 2 1B’s, RBI

Take Away:  The Witches ran out to a 6-1 lead after three and put the game away with a seven-run fourth.  With the win Greenwich moves to 5-4 in league play on the year while Hoosick Falls goes to 5-6 with the loss.     


Wednesday Results, Raiders Top Saints

Mechanicville 13   Spa Catholic 1

WP:  Colin Richardson 7 IP 3 Hits 1 Run 2 BB’s 13 K’s                               LP:  Ronan Rowe 3 IP 7 Hits 5 Runs 4 ER 2 BB’s 3 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Red Raiders – Colin Richardson 2-4, 2B, 3 RBI’s        Will Coreno 3-5, 2 3B’s, 2 RBI’s       Chris Couser 2-4, RBI   Saints – Kihl Kelly 1-3, 2B, RBI

Take Away:  The Raiders trailed 1-0 after the first but dominating the rest of the way, scoring runs in each of the next five frames while shutting down the Saints attack, posting the one-sided road “W” on Wednesday.  Richardson threw seven strong innings, and the Raider defense was flawless behind the big right-hander.  The Mechanicville bats rattled for 16 safeties with Richardson, Coreno, Couser, Mark Pingelski, Fen Egan and Jack Brue all enjoying multiple hit games.  


Stillwater 6   Cambridge 2

WP:  Eden Resch 7 IP 2 Hits 2 Runs 0 ER 2 BB’s 9 K’s         LP:  Lauren Archambeault 6 IP 4 Hits 6 Runs 0 ER 4 BB’s 5 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Warriors – Eden Resch 1-2, RBI        Lily Russell 1-2, RBI       Katie Coogan 1-3               Cambridge – Gabby Fabiola 1-2, 2B

Take Away:  Stillwater plated three in the first and third frames, more than enough for Resch who limited the visitors to a pair of hits in leading the Warriors to the home victory over Cambridge.   


Greenwich 6   Hoosic Valley 5

WP:  Sofia Boice 7 IP 7 Hits 5 Runs 1 ER 8 K’s                                   LP:  Olivia Cappellano 7 IP 6 Hits 6 Runs 5 ER 2 BB’s 2 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Witches – M. Randall 2-3, 2B, RBI           K. Allen 1-3, 3-Run HR             C. Alvaree 2-3, 2B, RBI         Valley – Izzy Finkle 2-3, RBI        Riley Caiazza 2-4, 2B

Take Away:  In a game that saw each team score in just one inning, Greenwich used a six-run sixth, to come all the way back and post the win in Schaghticoke.  The Valley scored five times in the first and held that lead until the Greenwich sixth where the Witches edged in front highlighted by Allen’s three run round tripper.  


Tamarac 7   Emma Willard 0

Hitting Stars:  Bengals – Bella DeLorenzo 2-4           Cam McClurg 1-2, 3B        Makenna Ashe 2-2              Jesters – Margarette Howland 1-3


Tuesday’s Diamond Roundup

Mechanicville 6   Spa Catholic 4

WP:  Zach Pingelski  6IP 8 Hits 4 Runs 3 ER 3 BB’s 6 K’s                         LP:  P. Byrne  6 IP 11 Hits 6 Runs 6 ER 1 BB 5 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Red Raiders – Scott Lynch 3-3, 2B, HR, RBI        Luke Micklas 2-2, 2B, RBI         Colin Richardson 2-4, RBI     Saints – Carson Moser 3-4, 2 RBI’s        Hunter Fales 2-4, 2B, RBI

Take Away:  In a game that was close throughout with two ties and four lead changes, the Raiders scored a pair in the bottom half of the fifth breaking a 3-3 deadlock and held on to post the well-earned “W” over the Saints of Saratoga Catholic. The Saints held leads of 1-0, and 2-1 over the first three frames but Mechanicville answered every time taking the lead for good in the pivotal fifth inning. 


Hoosick Falls 5   Greenwich 3

WP:  Jake Sparks  complete game 12 K’s         LP:  Joe Skiff

Hitting Stars:  Falls – Carson Glover go-ahead RBI single in the seventh          Witches – Aiden Waite 2-run single

Take Away:  Tied 3-3 entering the seventh, Glover’s RBI knock proved to be the difference in the Panthers road win.  Hoosick Falls rides a strong pitching outing by Sparks and moves to 5-6 in league play with the victory.  Greenwich with the loss goes to 4-4 in Wasaren action.  


Waterford 8   Hoosic Valley 4

WP:  J. Gilbert 7 IP 6 Hits 4 Runs 1 ER 2 BB’s 8 K’s                                      LP:  J. Johnson 5 IP 6 Hits 4 Runs 4 ER 4 BB’s 7 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Fordians – N. Griner 3-3, 3 RBI’s         C. Kennedy 2-2, 2B, RBI               Valley J. Johnson 2-3, 2B, RBI         C. King 1-4, 2B

Take Away:  Leading 4-2 entering the sixth, the Fordians hang a three-spot on the board, to take control on their way to the road win in Schaghticoke.  


Maple Hill 22   Berlin/New Lebanon 6            No other info at this time


Maple Hill 19   Hoosic Valley 5

WP:  M. Camadine 3 IP 5 Hits 3 Runs 3 ER 2 K’s                                  LP:  Lainey Bochette 4 IP 11 Hits 13 Runs 9 ER 1 BB 2 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Wildcats – E. Dugan 3-4, 2B, 3 RBI’s        O. Mueller 3-5, 2 RBI’s        M. Camadine 2-4, 2B, 2 RBI’s        S. Rogers 3-4, RBI                          Valley – Lainey Bochette 4-4, 3B            R. Caiazza 2-4, 2B, 2 RBI’s

Leading 7-1 after three frames the visitors put the game away with a 6-run fourth. 


Hoosick Falls 2   Greenwich 1

WP:  Kennedy Boisvert 7 IP 4 Hits 1 Run 16 K’s 

Hitting Stars:  Panthers – Taegyn Hart solo HR                     

Take Away:  Boisvert with a dominant outing from the circle leads the Falls to the narrow victory over the Witches.  




Monday Action from the Diamonds: Bengals Move to 7-0, Warriors, Saints Post “W’s”

Tamarac 17   Hoosic Valley 3

WP:  Moira Collins 6 IP 4 Hits 3 Runs 4 BB’s 5 K’s                              LP:  O. Cappellano 5.1 IP  13 Hit 15 Runs 7 ER 4 BB’s

Hitting Stars:  Bengals – Moira Collins 4-4, RBI       Toni DeLorenzo 3-4, 4 RBI’s      Mihaly Blake 2-5,2 2B’s 3 RBI’s         Erin Lee 2-5, 3 RBI’s                           Valley – Lainey Bochette 1-2, 2B

Take Away:  The Bengals took a 5-3 lead into the fifth where they scored eight times to take control and closed things out with four more in the sixth, notching the win in Schaghticoke.  Tamarac compiled 16 hits on the day with Collins, Blake, Lee, DeLorenzo and Natalya Horton all enjoying multiple-hit afternoons.  With the victory the Bengals move to 7-0, 5-0 on the season.  


Spa Catholic 10   Emma Willard 2

WP:  Hailey Ogniewski 4 IP 5 Hits 1 Run 5 K’s                          LP:  McEntre 6 IP 9 Hits 10 Runs 5 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Saints – Kerry Gill 1B, 2B        Allison Fuller 2 1B’s        Grace Shaefer 2B        Ryan MacDonald 2B     Jesters – Kellogg 3 hits        Holland 3 hits

Take Away:  Ogniewski and Shaefer limited the Jesters to a pair of runs and the Saints lineup produced a double figure outing to secure the home “W”.  


Stillwater 16  Berlin/New Lebanon 0

WP:  Eden Resch 4 IP 1 Hit 0 Runs 1 BB 4 K’s                                          LP:  J. Bartolotto 4 IP 14 Hits 16 Runs 6 ER 4 BB’s 2 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Warriors – Katie Coogan 3-4, HR, 4 RBI’s           Eden Resch 3-4, 3B, 2 RBI’s           Peyton Morris 2-4, RBI        Sofia Perniciaro 2-4, 2B                                         Mountaineers – Ava Long 1-2, 2B

Take Away:  Stillwater bats ripped 14 hits and plated 16 runs in four innings of work in cruising to the home win over the Mountaineers.  

Diamond Results: Raiders, Valley Post Diamond Wins

Mechanicville 12   Schenectady 0

WP:  Chris Couser 5 IP 0 Runs 2 Hits 2 BB’s 9 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Red Raiders – Mark Pingelski 2-3, 3 RBI’s        Z. Pingelski 2-2, 2B, 3B, 3 RBI’s        Fen Egan 1-3, 3 RBI’s

Take Away:  Couser spins a two-hitter and the Raiders had 12 runs on the board after three frames in notching the nonleague “W” over Schenectady.   


Hoosic Valley 9   Salem 6  (9)

WP:  Rainey Paquette 9 IP 6 Runs 4 ER 5 Hits 3 BB’s 9 K’s                             Keays  4.2 IP 4 Runs 1 ER 2 Hits 5 BB’s 8 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Valley – Riley Caiazza 4-5, HR, 4 RBI’s        E. Waldron 2-5, 2B, 3 RBI’s                  Generals – Phillips 1-4, HR, 3 RBI’s 

Take Away:  In a game that needed extra frames to decide, the Valley plated three in the top of the ninth and closed things out in the bottom half to secure the nonleague win over Salem.


Mt. Anthony 6   Hoosick Falls 4

WP:  Nate Greenslet                      LP:  Luke Nicholas

Hitting Stars:  Patriots – Scott Moriarity 2-run HR            Josh Worthington go ahead 2-run single in the sixth              Panthers – Jake Sparks solo HR           Andrew Sparks solo HR          Cole Ziehm solo HR

Take Away:  In a tight game throughout, knotted at 4-4 heading to the sixth, Worthington’s two-run knock proved the difference in the interstate matchup at Hoosick Falls.  

Friday’s Baseball, Softball Roundup

Greenwich 4   Stillwater 1

WP:  Reegan Mullen 7 IP 1 Run 4 Hits 10 K’s                                                 

Hitting Stars:  Witches – Kiley Allen 2 2B’s, RBI            Sophia Boyce 2 hits         Morgan Randall 3B, 2 RBI’s       Warriors – Sofia Pernicioro 2 hits

Take Away:  A dominate performance from Mullen combined with seven innings of error-free defense by the Witches paved the way to the Greenwich “W”.


Spa Catholic 8   Cambridge 2

WP:  Hailey Ogniewski 7 IP 2 Runs 8 Hits 9 K’s                                         LP:  Lauren Archambeault 7IP 8 Runs 7 Hits 13 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Saints – Allison Fuller 2 Hits              Cambridge – Isabella Darfler 3 1B’s

Take Away:  Ogniewski throw’s a strong game from the circle and six different Saints had hits in the road victory.   


Mechanicville 2   Hoosick Falls 0

WP:  Paige Rogers 7 IP 0 Runs 1 Hit 1 BB 11 K’s                     LP:  Boisvert 6 IP 2 Runs 2 Hits 3 BB’s 14 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Red Raiders – Allie Kenyon 1 hit                 Kadynce Boudreau 1 hit                     Panthers – Teagan Hart 1 hit

Take Away: In a pitcher’s duel between Rogers and Boisvert the Raiders did just enough offensively to earn the win in Mechanicville. With the victory the Raiders move to 5-0 in league play.  


Greenwich 14   Berlin/New Lebanon 0

WP:  Ryan Ingber 5 IP 0 Runs 4 Hits 10 K’s                                           LP:  Dylan Saviano 4.2 IP 7 Runs 5 ER 3 Hits 4 K’s  

Hitting Stars:  Witches – Robert Barnes 2 1B’s                      Mountaineers – Tyler Shuhart 2 1B’s              Aiden VanDyke 2 1B’s

Take Away:  Leading 5-0 entering the bottom half of the fifth, the Witches hung a nine-spot to seal the victory over Berlin/New Lebanon.  With the win Greenwich improves to 4-5, 4-3 on the year.


Hoosick Falls 29   Hoosic Valley 1

WP:  Ben Smith                           LP:  Jimmy Johnson

Hitting Stars:  Panthers – Carson Glover 3 1B’s, 2 2B’s                  Eli King 2 1B’s, HR, 3 RBI’s                           Andrew Sparks 2 1B’s, 2 2B’s, 4 RBI’s                                       Valley – Landon Reilly 2B

Take Away:  The Panther bats produced 24 hits in the one-sided decision in Schaghticoke. The Falls moves to 5-6, 4-6 on the season with the win.


Mechanicville 9   Waterford 1

WP:  Will Coreno 5 IP 1 Run 3 Hits 1 BB 6 K’s                                    LP:  Werkie Hayes 5.2 IP 8 Hits 9 Runs 7 ER 4 BB’s 2 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Red Raiders – Will Coreno 2-3, 2 2B’s, RBI              Joey Devito 2-3, 2B, 2 RBI’s            Mark Pingelski 2-3, 3B, 2 RBI’s           Fordians – L. Kelly 1-3, RBI

Take Away:  The Raiders opened with four runs in the first and plated five in the fourth frame to put this one in the win column behind strong work from the bump by Coreno and Couser.  


Spa Catholic 21   Tamarac 1

WP:  Tyler Weygand                                                               LP:  Tyler Sears

Hitting Stars:  Saints – Kihl Kelly 3-4, 2B, 3 RBI’s         Hunter Fales 2-2, 3 RBI’s         Ryan Gillis 2-2, 2B, 2 RBI’s         Carson Mosher 2-5, 3 RBI’s                               Bengals – Nevin Wilkie 3B      

Take Away:  The Saints ran out to a 12-1 lead after two frames and cruised to the home “W” over Tamarac in a game played at Veterans Memorial Park.  Spa Catholic goes to 7-1, 7-1 on the season while Tamarac moves to 6-3, 5-2.   


Thursday Diamond Action: Falls, Bengals, Saints Notch Wins

Hoosick Falls 18   Cambridge/Salem 4

WP:  Luke Nicholas                     LP:  Drake Webster

Hitting Stars:  Panthers – Jake Sparks 2 HR’s, 5 RBI’s        Andrew Sparks 1B, 2 2B’s, 2 RBI’s        Cole Ziehm 1B, 2B, 2 RBI’s       C/S – Stephen Yakubec 1B, RBI        Josh Harrington 1B, RBI

Take Away:  Jake Sparks belted two home runs in the first inning, highlighting an 11-run frame and the Falls coasted from there to the win over Cambridge/Salem.  With the victory the Panthers improve to 3-6, 4-6 on the season.


Tamarac 10   Catholic High 4

WP:  Moira Collins 7 IP 4 Runs 9 Hits 7 K’s                         LP:  Wessels 7 IP 10 Runs 11 Hits 3 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Bengals – Mihaly Blake 3-4        Moira Collins multiple hit game        Bella DeLorenzo multiple hit game       Crusaders – Dansky, Sawitzki, Burns all multiple hit games.

Take Away:  Tamarac plated three in the second frame, building a 4-1 advantage and were never headed in posting the “W” over the Crusaders of Catholic Central.  The Bengals ripped 11 hits and played errorless ball defensively to earn their sixth win in as many outings this year.  


Spa Catholic 12   Corinth 11

WP:  Hailey Ogniewski 5 IP 3 ER 5 Hits 7 K’s                                 LP:  Tegan Grady 6 IP 12 Runs 15 Hits 1 K

Hitting Stars:  Saints – Grace Shaefer 2 1B’s, 2 2B’s        Ryann McDonald 2 2B’s        Paige Bujno 2 1B’s              Caroline Bielefeld 2 1B’s         Tomahawks – Teagan Grady 3 1B’s

Take Away:  The Saints notch the narrow, nonleague victory over Corinth in a slugfest.