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.



Softball and Baseball Results



Cambridge 8  Waterford 2

Winning Pitcher:  Gabbie Woods

Leading Hitters:  Indians – Miranda Seacord 1B, 2B, 3B, 2 RBI’s      Victoria Dupuis 1B, 2B, 3B, RBI       Lexi Woodworth 3B

Woods allowed the Fordians just four hits and the Indians lineup produced more than enough run support as Cambridge evens it’s league mark at 5-5.

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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.

Wasaren Diamond Results



Hoosick Falls 11  Queensbury 9

Winning Pitcher:  Abby Philpott

Leading Hitters:  Panthers – Olivia Brownell 2 1B’s, 3 RBI’s     Abby Philpott 2 1B’s, 2 RBI’s     Abbott 2B, 2 RBI’s       Spartans – Jasmin Pepe 3-5, 2 RBI’s      Jordan Knapp 4-5

The Panthers top Queensbury in the first round of the Lake George Tournament. Continue reading

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

Greenwich, Valley Post Baseball “W’s”


In what’s shaping up as a good race for the Wasaren baseball championship both Hoosic Valley and Greenwich find themselves right in the thick of things and both helped themselves with wins on Thursday afternoon.

Greenwich 13  Cambridge 0

Winning Pitcher:   Alex Curtis 5 inning no-hitter  5 K’s

Leading Hitters:  Witches – Cole Burgess 4-4, HR, 2 RBI’s      John Walsh 2-4, HR, 4 RBI’s

The freshman Curtis no-hits the Indians and as always Greenwich put more than enough runs on the board. 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

Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week


Congratulations to Hoosic Valley baseball player Kody Gillespie on being named Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.

Yesterday the Indians first baseman had a great week on a Tuesday afternoon in Saratoga.  Gillespie enjoyed a 4-5 day at the plate, launching three home runs and a double, while driving in an incredible 10 runs in the Valley’s 17-14 victory over previously unbeaten Saratoga Catholic.

Congratulations to Kody, our newest Wasaren Sportsnet Player of the Week.

Hoosic Valley Outslugs Spa Catholic


On Tuesday we turned the calendar and the new month of May came in with warm temperatures and sunny skies.  While all teams enjoyed yesterday’s beautiful weather, the lineups of Hoosic Valley and Saratoga Catholic baseball teams reveled in it staging an offensive back and forth that saw 36 hits and 31 runs combined before the Valley prevailed with the 17-14 “W”.

Here’s a closer look at that contest along with the rest of the action from a Wasaren Tuesday.

Hoosic Valley 17  Saratoga Catholic 14

Winning Pitcher:  Nick Santiago

Leading Hitters:  Valley – Kody Gillespie 4-5, 3 HR’s, 2B, 10 RBI’s     Blake Weigert 3-5, 2 2B’s, 1B. RBI     Issac Carlo 3 1B’s          Saints – Nick Winslow 3-5, 2 2B’s, 4 RBI’s     Terel Tillman 1-5, HR, 3 RBI’s     Dylan Custer 3-4, 2B, RBI     Jake Hart 3-5, 2B, 2 RBI’s

Gillespie explodes for three home runs and a double, driving in 10 and the Indians needed all of that and more to hand the Saints, 8-1, 10-1, their first loss of the year.  The Valley put seven runs on the board in the top of the first, but an eight spot in the bottom of the fourth gave Spa a 10-9 lead.  The two clubs were tied at 14 entering the final frame where the Valley plated three to earn the win improving to 6-3, 7-4 on the season.   Continue reading