Baseball, Softball Sectional Results


It was a tough day for Wasaren teams in the Section II baseball and softball tournaments with seven league squads taking the field in quarterfinal and semifinal games, and at day’s end just the Tamarac and Hoosick Falls girls were left standing.


Hoosick Falls 5  Lake George 4

Winning Pitcher:  Abby Philpott

Leading Hitters:  Panthers – Olivia Brownell 2B, RBI       Marissa Landry 1B, RBI      Sophie Estes 2B                      Warriors – Maddie Mann HR          Logan Clarke 1B, 2B

Trailing 4-3 entering the fifth, a Brownell double tied things and with Brownell advancing to third on an error, Landry lays down the squeeze, giving the Falls the lead which they didn’t give back in this Class C quarterfinal.    Continue reading

Sectional Roundup


Eleven Wasaren teams stepped on the field Monday as the Section II baseball and softball tournaments begin a week that will end with champions being crowned in every classification.

Here’s how things played out for the conference squads.


Greenwich 7  Canajoharie 2

Winning Pitcher:  Lily McCauliffe

Leading Hitters:  Witches – Gabby Wiss 2B      Courtney Fraher 2B

Holding a 2-0 advantage, the Witches plated four in the bottom of the fourth to take control in the Class C opening round game. Continue reading

Cambridge Girls Place Second in Schuylerville Classic

cambridge pictureThe Cambridge girls track and field team earned a second place finish at the Schuylerville Classic on Friday night. The host Black Horses won the meet with 104 points followed by Cambridge with 88 points, pacing the 17 team event.

Greenwich (51 1/2), Mechanicville (47), and Saratoga Catholic (36) held down places 5-7.

Individual winners from Wasaren squads included Cambridge’s Miranda Seacord in the 100, Spa Catholic’s Grace O’Reilly 400, Greenwich’s Annabel Gregg 800, Cambridge’s Vanessa Evans 1 mile, Cambridge’s Ruth Nolan 400 hurdles, Mechanicville’s Jade Brown high jump, and Greenwich’s Danielle McFee discus.

The Mechanicville 800 meter relay team also earned a first place finish.

On the boys side of things South Glens Falls claimed the title with 100 points.  Cambridge (44), Mechanicville (24), and Spa Catholic (15) finished 7th, 8th and 10th respectively.  Greenwich with (7) and Berlin with 5 points rounded out the Wasaren teams.

Cambridge’s Jordan Brown earned a first place finish in the 400 meter hurdles for the Indians.

Greenwich Girls, Stillwater Boys Earn Wasaren Crowns

The Greenwich girls dominated the distance events and the Stillwater boys showed dominance across the boards as the Witches and Warriors captured titles in the Wasaren League championships on Wednesday in Stillwater.

Greenwich with 162 points, Stillwater with 149 points and Hoosic Valley with 104 points were the top three teams in the girls meet.

Double winners for the girls included Mechanicville’s Jada Brown, 100 and 200, Stillwater’s Madison Krochina, shot put and discus, Hoosic Valley’s Lauren Reed, long jump and triple jump, and the Stillwater relay teams in the 400 and 1600.

Stillwater with 149 points, Hoosic Valley with 89 points and Waterford with 65 points were the top three in the boys competition.

Multiple winners included Stillwater’s Joe Conti, 100 and 200, Greenwich’s Michael Gabriel shot put and discus, Stillwater’s Dylan Morin, long jump and triple jump, Greenwich’s Peyton Howard, 800 and 1600, and the Stillwater relay teams in the 400, 1600, and 3200.

Saints Win League Championship


Saratoga Catholic 2  Greenwich 0

Winning Pitcher:  Terel Tillman 7 IP  1 Hit  12 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Saints – Dylan Custer 1B, RBI

In a pitcher’s duel between Spa Catholic’s Terel Tillman and the Witches Christian O’Brien the Saints pushed across single runs in the second and seventh innings, more than enough offense to support Tillman’s one-hit gem, as Saratoga Catholic earns the Wasaren championship.    Continue reading

Tamarac Clinches Hudson Division


In what was a good race for the softball crown in the Hudson division of the Wasaren, the Bengals of Tamarac earned the title with a 6-3 victory over Greenwich on Monday afternoon.

Tamarac 6  Greenwich 3

Winning Pitcher:  Maggie Kelley  5 Hits  4 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Bengals – McKenna Ryan 2-4      Gianna Bucciero 3-3      Jess Heinrichs 2B Witches – Mackenzie Moy HR      Jennifer Wilbur HR

The Bengals scored four times in the top of the fourth to take a 6-1 lead and held off the Witches to claim the title. Continue reading

Wasaren Sportsnet Players of the Week

47_tamaracCongratulations to Tamarac baseball player Jake Scharnott and Tamarac softball player Maggie Kelley on being named Wasaren Sportsnet Players of the Week.

Scharnott started a big week with a 3-5 day including a pair of doubles and an RBI in a 14-3 win over Stillwater.

On Monday Jake was the winning pitcher in a 5-4 victory over Hoosic Valley, while doubling twice in four plate appearances.

Tuesday, in a win over Berlin, Scharnott enjoyed a 6-6 afternoon, ripping three doubles and plating four, and he closed out the week with a pair of doubles and an RBI in the Bengals 5-4 decision over Greenwich.

Kelley picked up a pair of pitching wins over the weekend scattering eight hits in a 7-2 victory over Lansingburgh, and allowed just four hits in a 12-1 win over CCHS as the Bengals claimed the championship in the Uncle Sam Softball Tournament.

On Wednesday Maggie went five innings, giving up three hits while fanning 10 in a 20-1 “W” over Cambridge, and followed that with a six-hit shutout of Saratoga Catholic on Thursday.

Congratulations to Maggie and Jake, our newest Wasraen Sportsnet Players of the Week.

Red Raiders Top Cambridge


Mechanicville 6  Cambridge 2

Winning Pitcher:  Jacob Popiel  6 IP  0 ER  13 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Red Raiders – Jacob LaFountain 1B, 3B, 2 RBI’s       Joe Germaine 2 1B’s, RBI          Indians – Nathan Genevick 2B       Nate Woodcock 2B      Brian Hall 2B

Mechanicville scored in each of the first three innings, building a 4-0 advantage, and went on to post the road win over the Indians of Cambridge.

Baseball, Softball Roundup



Greenwich 6  Mechanicville 4

Winning Pitcher:  Christian O’Brien 6IP  6 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Witches – Carson Mosher 2-2, 3B, 2 RBI’s      Raiders – Jake LaFountain 2-3, 2B

O’Brien earns his sixth win of the year as the Witches move to 10-2. Continue reading

Saints Clinch Battenkill Division


With the regular season winding down in the Wasaren the Saints of Saratoga Catholic clinched the Battenkill Division on Wednesday posting a win over Hoosic Valley in softball action.

The Hudson division is still up for grabs and a trio of teams with a shot at the division, Greenwich, Tamarac, and Mechanicville, all helped themselves with Wednesday “W’s” as well.


Saratoga Catholic 8  Hoosic Valley 5

Winning Pitcher:  Victoria Alvord

Leading Hitters:  Saints – Molly O’Reilly 2-4, HR, 4 RBI’s     Victoria Alvord 1-2, 3B, 2 RBI’s     Cassidy Hayner 1-2, 3B        Valley – Alex Rifenburg 1-3, HR      Hollis Guilianelle 1-4, 2 RBI’s

The Saints jumped out to a 7-0 advantage after two, and closed out the Valley to clinch the Battenkill Division.


Greenwich  14  Stillwater 0

Winning Pitcher:  Lily McAuliffe one-hitter  11 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Witches – 2 1B’s, 2B. 2 RBI’s      Mackenzie Moy 1B, 3 RBI’s     Brittany 2 1B’s, 2 RBI’s      Jen Wilbur 2 1B’s, RBI        Warriors – Gianna Moraci 2B

Greenwich plates five in each of the first two frames, and McAuliffe spins a beauty as the Witches improve to 9-2 in league play.


Tamarac 20  Cambridge 1

Winning Pitcher:  Maggie Kelley 5 IP  3 Hits  10 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Bengals – McKenna Ryan 5-5, 3 2B’s, HR, 5 RBI’s      Gianna Bucciero 3-4      Gabby Castiglione 2-3, HR      Jess Heinrichs 2-3, 2B         Indians – Victoria Dupuis HR

Tamarac scored 17 runs over innings three and four in posting the easy win and move to 10-1 in the Wasaren.


Mechanicville 2  Hoosick Falls 0

Winning Pitcher  Alivia Wood  three-hitter  8 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Red Raiders – Alivia Wood 2 1B’s      Lea Hickey 1B, RBI      Lily Noyes 2 1B’s       Falls – Marissa Landry 2 1B’s

The Raiders pushed across single runs in the third and sixth frames to earn the narrow decision over the Falls.



Tamarac 5  Greenwich 4

Winning Pitcher:  Tyler Nemjo

Leading Hitters:  Bengals – Tristan Nemjo 3-4, 2B, RBI      Jake Scharnott 2-4, 2 2B’s, RBI      Dalton Maxon 2-3, HR, 2 RBI’s

The Bengals broke a 4-4 tie with a run in the top of the sixth and held on for the road victory over the Witches.  With the “W” Tamarac goes to 9-3 in league play just a game behind the 10-2 Witches.


Mechanicville 15  Berlin 1

Winning Pitcher:  Derek Proper 5 IP  0 ER  8 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Red Raiders – John Pingelski 2-2         Berlin Henry Ruedal 1-2, RBI

The Raiders behind Proper notch the easy victory over the Mountaineers.