Friday, April 16, 2010

CCHS comes from behind to beat Amsterdam; Friday roundup

TROY - The hot-hitting Nolan Driscoll struck again for the Catholic Central High School baseball team, this time with a little bit of help from his teammates.
Amsterdam pitcher Jim Rufer, who struck out seven, carried a no-hit bid into the bottom of the seventh inning, but the Crusaders outlasted the Rams for a Big 10 Conference victory. CCHS’ Brett Fenton led off the inning with a bunt single and Mike Sunkes followed with a single. Fenton then stole third and Sunkes followed to make it a double steal, setting up the walk-off two-run single by Driscoll for a 3-2 triumph at Knickerbacker Park.
Troy 14, Bishop Gibbons 1: Chad Sandercox hit a home run and drove in two runs and Mason Duncan tripled and drove in three to lead the Flying Horses (1-2) attack.
Steven Ziter singled twice and also drove in two runs for Troy.
Steve Knapp hit a home run for the Knights.
CBA 24, Bishop Maginn 4: Matt Sand hit a three-run home run, hit two singles and scored four runs for the Brothers (3-0, 4-0), who scored in each inning of a Big 10 Conference victory over the Golden Griffins (0-3, 0-6).
Lansingburgh 10, Albany Academy 9: The Knights scored six runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to claim a Colonial Council victory over the Cadets (1-2, 3-2).
Kynan Vandenburg hit a two-run single in the seventh to bring Lansingburgh within two runs and Academy pitchers walked in the rest of the runs.
Ryan McGrath and Dom Cioffi provided two singles apiece, T.J. McLaughlin tripled twice and Jake Luce and Mark Tracey added one triple apiece for Lansingburgh (3-0, 3-3).
Mechanicville 10, Cobleskill 5: Sam Mason, Tyler Cooke and Austin DeMarco all hit home runs for the Red Raiders (2-1, 3-1).
Mason and Cooke went back-to-back in the second inning, while Mike Hipwell had three hits and drove in two runs and Sam DeCelle hit a two-run triple for Mechanicville.
Schalmont 6, Cohoes 1: Kevin Drislane struck out eight Tigers over six shutout innings, earning his first varsity win in a Colonial Council victory for Schalmont (3-0, 4-1).
Cohoes (0-3, 0-4) was held to one run on four hits.
Guilderland 8, Ballston Spa 7: Matt Zanotta doubled, tripled and drove in four runs, while Sean Geisel added three singles and three runs scored for the Dutchmen (3-2, 3-3) in a Suburban Council victory over the Scotties (0-5, 0-5).
Niskayuna 7, Averill Park 5: Jake Syed hit a home run for the Silver Warriors (2-2, 3-2) in a Suburban Council victory over Averill Park (3-1, 4-2).
Dylan Sprague doubled and hit two singles for Averill Park, while Brian Hardy hit a home run and Ryan Macari added a double and a single.
Ichabod Crane 14, Maple Hill 2: Bryan Smith had four hits and scored three runs for the Riders (2-0, 5-1) in coach Jack Brady’s 252nd victory. The former Troy High coach is 252-114 in his career.
Derick Horn drove in four runs and Josh Ingham tripled and scored twice for Ichabod.
Franco Fettuccia hit two singles for the Wildcats.

Catholic Central 18, Bishop Gibbons 0: Anna Cochis struck out five as she pitcher a one-hitter for the Lady Crusaders (1-0, 3-0) in their 2010 Big 10 Conference debut.
Stephanie Bouchard hit a home run and added a pair of singles for CCHS, while Amanda LaPlante socked a pair of doubles.
Lansingburgh 9, Schalmont 4: Meg Volz and Sarah Cipperly hit home runs in the first inning – Volz added another homer later in the game – as the Lady Knights posted a Colonial Council victory over the Sabres.
Volz finished with four hits in total and drove in four runs. Cipperly added a pair of singles and two RBI for Lansingburgh (2-0, 3-1).
Bianca Bojarczuk hit two singles and a triple for Schalmont (0-2).
Mechanicville 7, Voorheesville 1: Anna Arceneaux struck out 12 in a one-hitter performance, adding a pair of singles at the plate for the Red Raiders (2-0, 2-0).
Kelsey Hines doubled twice and drove in a run for Mechanicville, while Alysa Russell added a double, a single and one RBI.
Cohoes 14, Watervliet 5: Shanna Cooper tripled and singled twice to help the Tigers (2-0, 2-1) to the Colonial Council victory.
Nicole Mcomber singled twice for Cohoes and Heather Kilventon added a triple.
Ravena 6, Cobleskill 5: Teagan Waddingham drove in two runs and Cathleen Pierce drove in a run as the Indians (2-0, 2-1) all six runs in the first inning to post the Colonial victory.
Rensselaer 24, Heatly 2: Nicole Spath tripled twice, singled twice, drove in four runs, scored four runs and held Heatly to two runs on six hits in the circle as the Rams (3-0, 3-0) won a CHVL contest.
Stephanie Veeder added two singles, one double and one triple, along with five RBI and four runs scored for Rensselaer.
Loudonville Christian 4, Berlin 3: Jillian Hogan went 3-for-4 with a triple and two singles, driving in the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning in a come-from-behind CHVL victory for the Eagles (2-0, 2-1).
Loudonville Christian scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to earn the win, using 12 strikeouts from pitcher Alex Rollis to stay in the game.
Brit Spaniol went 2-for-3 with a run scored for the Mountaineers (2-1, 2-3).

Girls Lacrosse
Niskayuna 20, Averill Park 3: Emily Ryan scored six goals to lead the Silver Warriors (3-1, 3-1) to a Suburban Council victory over Averill Park (1-4, 2-4).
Amanda Fitzgerald, Sarah Keeler and Morgan Dupont scored one goal apiece for Averill Park.

Boys Lacrosse
La Salle 12, Queensbury 10: Charlie Ruetemann, Mike Koberger, Austin Behrmann and Brett Bernado scored two goals apiece for the Cadets in a non-league victory over the Spartans.
Guilderland 6, Saratoga Springs 5 (OT):
Eugene Sellie scored a team-high two goals for the Dutchmen ( 4-0, 4-1) in a Suburban Council victory over the Blue Streaks (1-2, 2-2).
Cody Nizolek scored three goals for Saratoga in the loss.

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