Wasaren Golf: Panthers Win Twice


It’s hard to believe with the start of school three weeks away, that the fall season for high school athletics in underway.  The golf schedule as always leads us into the new year and over the past two days most of the league’s golf teams have competed in match play.

Here’s a look at how things played out as the 2018 edition of Wasaren athletics tees off.

Saratoga Catholic 3  Greenwich 2:  Terel Tillman carded a 38 to take medalist honors and lead the Saints to the narrow victory over the Witches in a match played at the Battenkill Country Club. Continue reading

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

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

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

Wasaren Diamond Action



Mechanicville 1  Hoosick Falls 0

Winning Pitcher:  Jacob Popiel  5 1/3 IP  8 K’s    Jacob LaFountain  1 2/3  4 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Red Raiders – Rocco DeVito 4-4      Nick Billert 2-3, RBI

Popiel and LaFountain combine for the shutout and Billert delivers the game-winner. Continue reading

Bengals Win Uncle Sam Tournament


The Lady Bengals of Tamarac picked up a tournament title over the weekend besting Lansingburgh and Catholic Central to earn the championship in the Uncle Sam Softball Tournament.

Tamarac 7  Lansingburgh 2

Winning Pitcher:  Maggie Kelley

Leading Hitters: Bengals – Gianna Bucciero 3-4      Kylie Galipeau 2-4     McKenna Ryan 2-4  Jess Heinrichs 2-4

The Bengals lineup produced  seven runs on 14 hits and Kelley went the distance from the circle for the first round “W”.


Tamarac 12  Catholic Central 1

Winning Pitcher:  Maggie Kelley

Leading Hitters:  Bengals – McKenna Ryan 2-2     Kylie Galipeau 2-4     Gianna Bucciero 2-4

Twelve runs on 12 hits was more than enough offense for Kelley who allowed a run in the first and then shut the door as Tamarac claims the Uncle Sam crown.



Saratoga Catholic 10  Whitehall 0

Winning Pitcher:  Terel Tillman 6 IP  4 Hits  8 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Saints – Dante Marin 2-4, 4 RBI’s     Ross Garrow 2-2, RBI      Tyler Haraden 2B, RBI        Railroaders – Thomas Fish 2-2

In a charity game raising funds for Kelley’s Angels the Saints post the shutout victory and move to 14-1 on the year.

Spa Catholic Wins on Both Diamonds


The Saratoga Catholic baseball team, as is the norm, is enjoying another outstanding season in 2018 while the Lady Saints are in the middle of a fine softball campaign as well.  Both squads posted wins on Friday as the Wasaren schedule enters it’s stretch run.


Saratoga Catholic 14  Berlin 1

Winning Pitcher:  Jordan Catone

Leading Hitters:  Saints – Terel Tillman 2-4, 2B, 4 RBI’s        Mountaineers – Jian Mikit 2B      Josh Kluck 3B

The Saints improve to 10-1, 13-1 with the easy victory over the winless Mountaineers. Continue reading

Diamond Roundup



Hoosic Valley 19  Berlin 0

Winning Pitcher:  Hollis Guilianelle   7 K’s  2 Hits

Leading Hitters:  Valley – Renee Perry 3-run Homer, 4 RBI’s      Sam Finkle 1B, 2B, 3 RBI’s

An 11 run first set the tone for the Valley romp.


Hoosic Valley 20  Berlin 0

Winning Pitcher:  Shannon Brown  2 Hits  10 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Valley – Sam Finkle 3 1B’s, 2B, 3 RBI’s      Savannah Champagne 2 1B’s, 3B, 3 RBI’s

In almost a blueprint of the first game, the Indians plate 11 in the first and limit the Mountaineers to a pair hits, Brown throwing the shutout in the nightcap.   Continue reading