Greenwich Moves to the Finals

Greenwich 1   Whitehall 0

WP:  Lily McCauliffe   7 IP  0 Runs  3 Hits  4 K’s           LP:  Madi Gould  7 IP  1 Run  2 Hits  14 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Witches – Lily McCauliffe 1B, 2B, RBI       

Take Away:  In a pitchers duel between McCauliffe and Gould, the Witches pushed across the lone run of the contest in the top of the seventh on a McCauliffe double that plated Jocelyn Spezio with the game-winner.  Greenwich advances to the Class C title game on Thursday at Moreau in a matchup with top seeded Chatham.  

Friday Sectional Results; Witches Win Twice

Softball

Greenwich 9   Warrensburg 1

WP:  Lily McCauliffe      LP:  Kailly Bacon

Hitting Stars:  Witches – Reegan Mullen HR, RBI     Morgan Randall 2 1B’s, 2 RBI’s     Faith Ingber 2 1B’s    Leigha Barnaby 3B, RBI      Hope Sherman 2B

Take Away:  The third-seeded Witches behind a strong outing from McCauliffe advance to the Class C semifinals on Tuesday at Moreau Rec. and a meeting with second-seeded Whitehall.  

 

Whitehall 8   Stillwater 0

WP:  Madi Gould       LP:  Resch

Hitting Stars:  Railroaders – Madi Gould 2-4     Vinna Jensen 2-4       Blake Bird 3=4      Ava Ruby 1-4, 2B     Warriors – Toleman 2-3

Take Away:  Gould allowed just three Warriors hits in spinning the shutout, sending the Railroaders to a Class C semifinal matchup with Greenwich on Tuesday.  

 

Class B:  Schalmont 8   Tamarac 1

Class C:  Chatham 2   Hoosick Falls 0

 

Baseball

Greenwich 11   Lake George 4

WP:  Aidan McPhail 4IP  0 ER  3 Hits  8 K’s          LP:  Luke Sheldon

Hitting Stars:  Witches – Jesse Kuzmich 1B,3B      Aidan McPhail 1B,2B 4 RBI’s    Jayden Hughes 1B,2B        Ryan Ingber 1B,2B, 3 RBI’s             Warriors – Cameron Orr 2B

Take Away:  A six-run fourth propels the 5th seeded Witches to the Class CC semifinals and a clash with top seeded Chatham on Monday at Husky Field in Gloversville.   

 

Class B:  Fonda 10   Mechanicville 1

Class CC:  Canajoharie 6   Hoosick Falls 4          Chatham 8   Hoosic Valley 0

Class C:  Duanesburg 3   Waterford 2

Sectional Roundup; Falls, Valley, Fordians, Witches Earn “W’s”

Hoosick Falls 21   Rensselaer 0

WP:  Connor Jones 5 inning perfect game with 8 K’s          LP:  Matt Hall

Hitting Stars:  Falls – Connor Jones 3 1B’s, 3B, 3 RBI’s     Jake Sparks 2 1B’s, 2B, 5 RBIs     Josh Colegrove 1B, 2 2B’s, 4 RBIs       

Take Away:  Jones dominates from the bump, the #6 Panthers bang out 16 hits in four offensive frames, and advance to face #2 Canajoharie in the CC quarterfinals on Friday.  

 

Hoosic Valley 7   Salem – Cambridge 0

WP:  Connor King  7 IP 0 Runs 4 Hits 10 K’s            LP:  Jackson Thomas 6 IP 3 Runs 4 Hits 5 K’s  

Hitting Stars:  Valley – Mike Lancaster RBI 2B     Connor King 1-2, RBI     Jimmy Bolognino 2-4

Take Away:  King blanks S/C on four hits and the #9 Valley sealed the win with a four-run seventh, and move on to the CC quarterfinals where they’ll face #1 Chatham on Friday.

 

Granville 1   Stillwater 0  (8)

WP:  Caleb Nelson 8 IP 0 Runs 3 Hits 15 K’s        LP:  Shea Brown 7.1 IP  1 Run 2 Hits 11 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Golden Horde – Cody Nelson 2B     Caleb Nelson game-wining, walk-off RBI 1B 

Take Away:  In a pitcher’s duel between Brown and Nelson the Horde use their only two hits in the game in the bottom of the eighth when Cody Nelson doubled, and his brother Caleb drove him in with the game-winner, sending the #6 Horde to a CC quarterfinal on Friday with #3 Maple Hill.

 

Waterford 7   Schoharie 4

Cohoes 5   Tamarac 1

 

Softball

Greenwich 6   Mayfield 3

WP:  Sophia Boice        LP:  Marissa Wille

Hitting Stars:  Witches – Faith Ingber 2 1B’s, 2B     Morgan Randall 2 1B’s, RBI     Sophia Boice 2 1B’s, RBI     Reese Autiello 2 1B’s, RBI         Mayfield – Heather Ginter 2 2B’s, 2 RBI’s     

Take Away:  #3 Greenwich ran out to a 5-0 lead after three frames and held on, advancing to a Class C quarterfinal game with Warrensburg, in Greenwich on Thursday.  

 

Chatham 5   Berlin/New Lebanon 0

Softball Sectional Results

Class B Opening Round

Fonda 14   Mechanicville 2

Tamarac 8   Albany Academy 7

 

Class C Play-In Games 

Berlin/New Lebanon 8   Cambridge 3

Duanesburg 10   Hoosic Valley 6

Galway 6   Waterford 0

 

Class C Opening Round

Hoosick Falls 6   Rensselaer 1

Stillwater 10   Maple Hill 2

Wasaren Baseball

Hoosick Falls 16   Spa Catholic 0

WP:  Connor Jones  7 IP  0 Runs  5 Hits  9 K’s         LP:  Tyler Weygard

Hitting Stars:  Panthers – Connor Jones 2 1Bs, 2B       Andrew Sparks 4 1B’s, 3B. 4 RBI’s     Ben Smith 2 1B, 3 RBI’s     Jake Sparks 1B, 2B, RBI             Saints – Ben Dalto 1B, 3B

Take Away:  Jones throws the complete-game shutout and the Panther bats plate 16 runs on 17 hits, as the Falls notches the easy “W” in Saratoga.  

 

Schuylerville 6   Hoosic Valley 1

WP:  Brenden Steinberg               LP:  Connor King

Hitting Stars:  Black Horses – Ryan Dow 3-3, 2B, 2 3Bs, RBI         Owen Sherman 3-4, 2 RBI’s           Valley – Logan Santiago 1-2

Take Away:  Schuylerville posts the non-league win behind a strong outing from Steinberg.

Diamond Roundup; Mechanicville, Tamarac Earn Wasaren Titles

Mechanicville 4    Tamarac 2

WP:  Zachary Pingelski  7 IP 2 Runs 4Hits 4 K’s          LP:  Peyton Richardson

Hitting Stars:  Red Raiders – Ryan Grimmick 2 1B’s, 2B      Dylan Raucci 1B, 2 RBI’s        Bengals – Nevin Wilkie 2B       Aiden Forster 1B, RBI

Take Away:  In a meeting between division champs from the north and south, Mechanicville, behind a strong outing from Pingelski, clinches the Wasaren title for their third straight baseball championship.  The Raiders finish league play with a 14-2 mark. 

 

Tamarac 4   Greenwich 1

WP:  Toni DeLorenzo 7 IP  1 Run 3 Hits          LP:  Reegan Mullen

Hitting Stars:  Bengals – Abby Becker 2-4           Witches – M. Randall 2B

Take Away:  Bella DeLorenzo, Jaelyn Stemp and Cameron McClurg drove in runs in the 3-run second frame, which was all the offense the Bengals would need to earn the Wasaren softball championship.  

 

Cambridge 20   Waterford 0

WP:  Lauren Archambeault 5 IP  0 Runs 0 Hits 8 K’s                     LP:  Abby Barna

Hitting Stars:  Cambridge – Jaylyn Prouty 3-run HR, 5 RBI’s      Jacey Nieckarz 3-run 3B         Shania Rowland 3 1B’s     Megan Day Darfler 2 1B”s, 2B 

Take Away:  Archambeault tosses the no-no, and Cambridge rips 20 hits at the plate, notching the easy victory in a crossover game on Thursday.  

Diamond Roundup

Hoosick Falls 22   Stillwater 12

WP:  Ben Smith            LP:  Alex Mell

Hitting Stars:  Panthers – Josh Colegrove 2 1B’s, 3 2B’s, 6 RBI’s      Andrew Sparks 4 1B’s, 3 RBI’s     Tucker Thayne 2 1B’s, 2B, 4 RBI’s           Warriors – Jaxon Mueller 2B, HR, 3 RBI’s

Take Away:  Hoosick Falls scored 10 times in the eighth inning to secure the win in a slugfest at Stillwater.  

 

Greenwich 17   Berlin/New Lebanon 1

WP:  Parker Jamieson  4 IP  0 Runs  2 Hits  6 K’s            LP:  Connor McMillan  

Hitting Stars:  Witches – Jesse Kuzmich 1B, 3B, HR, 5 RBI’s     Ryan Ingber 3 1B’s, HR, 3 RBI’s     Joey Skiff 1B, 3B, 2 RBI’s           Mountaineers – Charlie Bingham 2 2B’s,      Dylan Saviano 2B  

Take Away:  Greenwich scored in every inning highlighted by an eight-run fifth, in notching the one-sided victory over the Mountaineers.  

 

Tamarac 4   Hoosic Vally 3

WP:  Liam Ring 6.1 IP  1 Run  13 K’s                            LP:  Connor King

Hitting Stars:  Bengals – Peyton Richardson 2-3        Liam Ring 1-3, 2B, 2 RBI’s     Tyler SEars 1-3, RBI     Valley – Logan Santiago 1-4, 2 RBI’s      Mike Lancaster 2-3

Take Away:  In a tight game throughout the Bengals plated three in the third to take a 4-2 lead and hung on for the “W” at Clum’s Corners.  

 

Mechanicville 13   Spa Catholic 4

WP:  Colin Richardson complete game 3 K’s                 LP:  Ronan Rowe

Hitting Stars:  Red Raiders – Ryan Grimmick 1B, 2B, 3B, 4 RBI’s     Joseph Devito 3 1B’s, 2 RBI’s     Scott Lynch 2 1B’s, 3 RBI’s     Andrew Kraszewski 2 1B, RBI     Zachary Pingelski 2 1B’s                 Saints – Ben Dalto 2 1B’s, 2B

Take Away:  Five Raiders enjoy multiple-hit afternoons leading Mechanicville to the comfortable road “W” over the Saints of Saratoga Catholic.  

 

Softball

Greenwich 17   Waterford 0

WP:  Sophia Boice – Completer Game one-hitter       LP:  Jules Pierre

Hitting Stars:  Witches – Reegan Mullen 1B, HR, 3 RBI’s      Lily McCauliffe 1B, 2B, 3B, 3 RBI’s     Morgan Randall 2 1B, 2 RBI’s        

Take Away:  Greenwich wraps up the North Division with the win and are scheduled to face the South Division winners Tamarac, on Thursday at Tamarac for the Wasaren championship.  

Diamond Action; Falls Top’s Mechanicville, Valley Sweeps Cambridge

Hoosick Falls 9   Mechanicville 6

WP:  Connor Jones         LP:  Ryan Grimmick

Hitting Stars:  Falls – Jake Sparks 1B, 2B, 2 RBI’s       Josh Colegrove 2 2B’s, RBI     Andrew Sparks 1B, 2B  Miles Smith 2 1B’s, 2 RBI’s         Red Raiders – Will Coreno 1B, 2B, 3B          Lukus Micklas 1B, 3B, RBI

Take Away:  Hoosick Falls trailed 6-1 after three frames but used a 5-spot in the fifth to take a one-run lead at 7-6 and scored a pair of insurance runs in the seventh to secure the road “W” over the Raiders.  

 

Maple Hill 6   Greenwich 4

WP:  Chris Bulan            LP:  Jayden Hughes 

Hitting Stars:  Wildcats – Gavin Van Kempen 1B, HR, 4 RBI’s     Brody Rodgers 1B, 2B           Witches –  Jesse Kuzmich 1B, 2B, 2 RBI’s     Jayden Hughes 2B, RBI

Take Away:  Maple Hill jumped out to a 3-1 lead after the first inning and were never headed in posting the non-league win in Greenwich.

 

Softball

Hoosic Valley 9   Cambridge 6  (8)

WP:  Lainey Bochette 7.1IP  6 Runs  5 Hits  10 K’s       LP:  Lauren Archambeault  8 IP  9 Runs  10 Hits  17 Ks

Hitting Stars:  Valley – Riley Caiazza 22-5, 1B, 3B, 2 RBI’s     Star Wydra 2-4, 1B, 2B, RBI           Cambridge – Isabelle Darfler 1-3, 3B, RBI

Take Away:  Cambridge sent the game into bonus softball with a single run in the seventh, before the Valley quickly responded, plating three in the top of the eight to earn the “W”.  

 

Hoosic Valley 15   Cambridge 5

WP:  Olivia Cappellano  5 IP  5 Runs  5 Hits  10 K’s       LP:  Lauren Archembeault

Hitting Stars:  Valley – Lainey Bochette 3-3, 2B, 4 RBI’s      Taylor Lancaster 1-1, 2 RBI’s          Cambridge – Lauren Archambeault 2B, 2 RBI’s     Megan Day 1B, 3 RBI’s

Take Away:  The Valley scored nine times in the third inning to take control, on their way to the sweep of Cambridge.  

 

Emma Willard 13   Hoosick Falls 10

WP:  Sam McEntee         LP:  Marissa Landry

Hitting Stars:  Jesters – Sam McEntee 2B     Alice Wang 2B          Panthers – Marissa Landry 1-3, 2 RBI’s    Alexis Pingelski 2B  

Take Away:  Down 9-2 entering the sixth, the Jesters scored eight times and added three more in the seventh to notch the come-from-behind road win over the Falls.   

 

Stillwater 22   Mechanicville 1

WP:  Eden Resch 5 IP  1 Run  1 Hit  5 Ks          LP:  Jenna Tesoriero 

Hitting Stars:  Warriors – Peyton Morris 2-5, 2B, 4 RBIs      Eden Resch 2-3, 2B, RBI      Lilly Russell 2-3, 2RBIs

Take Away:  The Warriors plated 10 in the second frame and coasted to the one-sided decision over the Raiders.

 

 

Wasaren Player of the Week

Wasaren Sportsnet is pleased to announce Greenwich’s Lily McCauliffe as our newest Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.

Last Friday Lily was simply perfect, throwing a perfect game in a 7-0 victory over Hoosic Valley.  McCauliffe dominated with 19 strikeouts in the gem, which as a side note, happened to be on Lily’s birthday.

Congratulations to Lily, our latest Wasaren Sportsnat Player of the Week.   

Baseball, Softball Results

Mechanicville 12   Spa Catholic 7

WP:  Zachary Pingelski 5 IP  2 K’s         LP:  Aiden Crowther

Hitting Stars:  Red Raiders – Ryan Grimmick 1B, 3B      Thomas Hickey 1B, 2B, RBI     Andrew Kraszewski 1-3, 3 RBI’s       Lucas Micklas 1-3, 2 RBI’s            Saints – Ronan Rowe 1B, 2B, 2 RBI’s     Luke Smith 2-3

Take Away:  The league-leading Raiders broke a scoreless tie in the third, scoring nine times, on their way to their 12th league win in 13 outings.

 

Greenwich 26   Berlin New/Lebanon 2
WP:  Aidan McPhail  6 IP  0 Runs  1 Hit  12 K’s         LP:  Wyatt Powers

Hitting Stars:  Witches – Jayden Hughes 3 1B’s, 2B, 3 RBI’s       Joey Skiff 3 1B’s, 2B, 2 RBI’s        Parker Jaimeson 2 1B’s, 2B, 2 RBI’s     Zach Hoos 2 1B’s, 4 RBI’s      Aidan McPhail HR, 5 RBI’s

Take Away:  Greenwich ripped 22 hits in rolling over the Mountaineers, moving to 12-3 in league play.

 

Tamarac 10   Hoosic Valley 3

WP:  Peyton Richardson  5.1 IP  1 Run  8 K’s            LP:  Connor King

Hitting Stars:  Bengals – Aiden Forster 3-4, 2B, RBI      Zach Rice 2-5, HR, 6 RBI’s     Peyton Richardson 2-4     James Blake 2-4          Valley – Tome Rice 2-4      Mike Lancaster 3-4, 2B, RBI

Take Away:  Hoosic Valley grabbed a 2-0 lead early, but the Bengals scored 10 runs over the middle three frames to earn the come-from-behind “W” in Schaghticoke.

 

Hoosick Falls 1   Stillwater 0

 WP:  Jake Sparks 9 IP  0 Runs  1 Hit  16 K’s         LP:  Mike Campion      Shea Brown 7.2 IP  0 Runs  2 HIts  12 K’s

Hitting Stars:  Panthers –  Connor Jones 2 2B’s      Carson Glover walk off RBI 1B        Stillwater – Mike Campion 1B

Take Away:  Freshman Carson Glover delivered Stephen Allen with the winning run in the bottom of the ninth in a game that featured dominant outings from Sparks and Brown.  

 

Softball 

Stillwater 12   Argyle 2

WP:  Resch     LP:  Eldred

Hitting Stars:  Warriors – Toleman 3-4, 3 RBI’s     Morris 4-4, 2 RBI’s     Salecker 3-4

Take Away:  Stillwater banged out 18 hits, and scored in each of the first five frames in the non-league victory over the Scotties.

  

Emma Willard 14   Waterford 7

WP:  Sam McEntee                    LP:  Abby Barna 

Hitting Stars:  SAm McEntee 4-4, 2B, HR, 6 RBI’s     Elle Kellogg 3B        Fordians – Natalie Rich 2B

Take Away:  McEntee enjoyed a big day at the plate and from the circle in leading the Jesters past Waterford.

 

Greenwich 20   Hoosick Falls 1

WP:  Reegan Mullen No-Hitter 13 K’s           LP:  M. Landry

Hitting Stars:  Faith Ingber 2B, 3B       Lily McCauliffe 3B 

Take Away:  Mullen spins the no-no, as Greenwich cruises, moving to 10-1 in Wasaren play.