Friday, May 16, 2008

Friday's roundup

La Salle clinched its fifth straight Big 10 title today beating Bishop Gibbons 9-0 at Geer Field. The Cadets have won all 16 of its games this year and are the No.1 ranked class AA team in the state. They have two more league games left before the Uncle Same Tournament next weekend.
Check out the full story in Saturday's Record.

Sean Littlejohn hit a game winning single in the bottom of the eighth to give Cohoes the extra-inning win over Hoosick Falls in the Waterford/Cohoes Wood Bat Tournament. Littlejohn was 3-for-4 with home run for the Tigers.

Troy got by Amsterdam 3-2 thanks to Ryan Chamberlain’s game-winning single in the bottom of the seventh. Isiah McCowan threw a complete game two-hitter for the Horses.

Waterford scored four runs on just two hits to beat Hoosic Valley 4-2 in the Waterford/Cohoes Wood Bat Tournament. The Indians walked eight men and hit two batters and Joe Walek and Joe Harder had the Fordians only hits.

Softball
Lansingburgh earned at least a share of the Colonial Council title beating Voorheesville 7-0. Erin Glikes struck out 10 and gave up just five hits to pick up the win. Meg Volz hit a two-run home run for the Knights who can clinch the outright title with a win at Holy Names next Tuesday.
"It's in our hands and that's right where you want it to be," said Lansingburgh head coach John Cipperly.
It was also Senior Day for the five Lansingburgh seniors - Amanda Lupi, Carissa Maloney, Meg Mulholland, Molly McDonough and Carissa Russell. While the team may schedule a non-league game before the start of sectionals, it was likely the last game they'll play at Knickerbacker Park. I have a hunch that the Lady Knights will be playing well into the sectionals, however.
Check out the full story in Saturday's Record.

Cousins Emily Jones and Shannon Jones beat up on Bishop Gibbons as Troy routed the Lady Knights 15-0. Emily Jones hit two home runs, along with a double and single, while Shannon hit a solo shot.

Courtney Galuski threw a complete game to lead Cohoes to a 10-4 victory over Ravena. She also hit two singles and a double as the Tigers got back on the winning track.

Jen Mineau struck out 18 and gave up one hit as the Indians beat AA Bethlehem 3-0 in a non-league match up. Jess Pipino had an RBI double and scored two runs for the Indians, the No. 1 ranked class B team in the state.

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