Monday, April 12, 2010

'Burgh, La Salle win opening day rivalry games

Lansingburgh High School sophomore Ryan McGrath, seen here rounding the bases in a 2009 game, hit a home run Monday in a Colonial Council victory over Cohoes. (Photo by J.S. Carras - The Record).

COHOES - T.J. McLaughlin and Tyler Giller locked up in a pretty good pitcher’s duel on Monday.
McLaughlin allowed just two hits and struck out nine as the Lansingburgh baseball team took down Cohoes, 3-1, in a Colonial Council matchup.
Ryan McGrath supplied the offense for the Knights (1-0, 1-3), falling just a triple shy of the cycle and driving in two runs. His first inning, two-run home run was all the Knights needed behind McLaughlin.
Frank Castiglione also added two hits for Lansingburgh.
Josh LeMay and Kyle Farley both doubled for the only two hits the Tigers (0-1, 0-2) could muster.
Schalmont 6, Watervliet 1: Joe Amorosi tossed a three-hitter and struck out 13 as the Sabres (1-0, 2-1) posted the Colonial Council victory.
Joe Paskevich hit two home runs and drove in three for Schalmont.
Kevin Pontore hit a solo home run for the Cannoneers (0-1, 0-2).
Cobleskill 4, Ravena 3: Scott Knoxson earned a complete game victory and added a double and a stolen base on the offensive side as the Bulldogs (1-0, 1-1) posted a Colonial Council victory.
Ravena dropped to 0-1 in the league and is 0-3 overall.
La Salle 10, Catholic Central 9 (9 innings): Dave Roseboom pitched a complete game and added a triple, a double and four RBI at the plate in the Cadets’ (1-0, 3-0) Big 10 Conference opener.
Catholic Central’s Nolan Driscoll hit a rare home run for the Crusaders at spacious Knickerbacker Park. Brent Fenton added three hits and Jack LeRoux chipped in with a pair of hits for the Crusaders (0-1, 3-2).
Schenectady 16, Bishop Maginn 1: Justin Vachon doubled twice, singled twice and drove in five runs for the Patriots in a Big 10 victory over the Golden Griffins.
Dylan Tully doubled and scored a run for Maginn (0-1, 0-4).
CBA 12, Bishop Gibbons 0: Casey McPartlon was a home run shy of hitting for the cycle, driving in three runs for the Brothers in a Big 10 victory over Bishop Gibbons (0-1, 0-1).
Max Nagelsmith and Dennis Buckley added two doubles apiece for CBA (1-0, 2-0).
Hoosick Falls 7, Hoosic Valley 2: Mike Brewster doubled, singled and drove in a pair of runs and James Lynch also drove in two runs for the Panthers (1-0, 3-0) in a Wasaren League victory.
Jarod Ford singled four times and drove in a run for Hoosic Valley (0-1, 1-2).
Tamarac 8, Stillwater 4: The Bengals (1-0, 2-2) got a big five-run sixth inning to take down the Warriors (0-1, 1-1).
Senior right-hander Jon Matala struck out 11 and pitched a complete game for Tamarac, while driving in two runs.
Brady Talbot also drove in two runs, scored twice and had two hits for the Bengals.
Logan King singled twice for Stillwater.
Greenwich 11, Granville 3: Neil Fryer struck out 15 and improved to 3-0 on the young season for the Witches (1-0, 4-1).
Chad Niles added three hits, including a two-run home run for Greenwich.
Jason Osborne went 4-for-4 with a home run for the Golden Horde (0-1, 3-1).
Softball
Hoosick Falls 3, Hoosic Valley 0: Rachel Quackenbush struck out 17 and Katie Kovage went 2-for-3 with two doubles and two RBI for the Panthers (1-0, 3-0).
Stillwater 1, Tamarac 0: Mikayla Moore (seven strikeouts) of Schuylerville and Tamarac’s Amber Gokey (six strikeouts) each allowed just four hits, but the Warriors (1-0, 2-0) picked up the winning run in the fourth inning.
Tegan Fox finished with three singles for the Bengals (0-1, 2-1).
Claire DeLota tripled for Stillwater.
Catholic Central 4, Shaker 3: Maddie Coneys struck out seven and allowed one hit as the Crusaders (1-0) posted the win.
Hannah Kutny and Amanda Case both knocked doubles for Catholic Central.
Loudonville Christian 20, Heatly 0 (5): Chelsea Wagner drove in three runs as did Valerie King in the big win for the Eagles (1-0).
Boys Lacrosse
Niskayuna 16, Saratoga 5: Brian Schlankser scored three goals and added three assists for the Silver Warriors (2-0, 2-1).
Girls Lacrosse
Emma Willard 16, Schenectady 7: Noelle Ohanesian scored five goals and Sarah Ohanesian added four for the Jesters (1-0, 1-1) in a Capital District Women’s Lacrosse League victory over the Patriots (0-1).
Kia Ference scored a team-high four goals for the Patriots.
Boys Tennis
Maple Hill 6, Chatham 1: The Wildcats won both doubles matches and easily took the match.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is it accurate that Dave Roseboom pitched 9 innings -giving up 9 runs , and 10 hits in the league opener?

April 13, 2010 at 8:14 PM 
Blogger Troy Record Sports said...

No, the CCHS scorekeeper neglected to mention that Zach Ferris came in in relief and got the win.
We can only go with that our score reporters tell us.

All apologies for the error.

Will Montgomery
The Record

April 13, 2010 at 8:25 PM 

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