Thursday, April 29, 2010

Heiser hits for the cycle

The Record
TROY - Mackenzie Heiser hit for the cycle, driving in five runs for the Troy High softball team in a 21-1 victory over Bishop Gibbons Wednesday afternoon.
Anansa Benbow hit a home run and two singles to go along with three RBI and Maddie Weaver added a single, a home run and two RBI for the Flying Horses (5-0, 5-3). Ang Acienro struck out nine and surrendered four hits in five innings to earn the win in the pitcher’s circle.
Schenectady 7, Albany 6: Kacie Corona singled in the winning run with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the Patriots (2-2, 4-5) to a Big 10 victory.
Jill Carr tripled and singled twice for the Falcons.
Cohoes 10, Schalmont 2: Courtney Dayter hurled a five-hitter, striking out 14 as the Tigers remained unbeaten in the Colonial Council.
Bailei Tetrault doubled twice, Courtney Gumprecht tripled and singled and Danielle Beauchamp tripled for Cohoes (6-0, 6-1).
Mechanicville 24, Watervliet 1: Kelsey Hines hit a home run, scored three times and drove in three runs for the Red Raiders (6-0, 6-0) in a Colonial Council victory over the Cannoneers (2-5).
Aubrey Moore went 4-for-4 and drove in four runs for Mechanicville.
Taconic Hills 11, Maple Hill 1: Alicia Link tossed a one-hitter for the Titans, striking out 18 in a Patroon Conference victory for Taconic Hills. Link went 2-for-2 at the plate with a home run.
Destiny Lebrecht broke up Link’s no-hitter with two out in the bottom of the seventh inning for Maple Hill (2-6).
Emma Willard 6, Rensselaer 5: Jen DeVito doubled and singled and earned the win in the pitcher’s circle in a CHVL victory of the Jesters (1-5).
Emily Dixon singled, scored two runs and collected an RBI for the Rams (3-3).
Loudonville Christian 11, Doane Stuart 0: Alex Rollis and Chelsea Wagner combined on a no-hitter to carry the Eagles to a CHVL triumph.
Rollis also doubled twice, singled and drove in two runs for Loudonville Christian (5-1, 5-2) and Jillian Hogan, Valerie King (RBI) and Rosie Burgher each tripled.


Lansingburgh 5, Watervliet 4 (8 innings): Mike Mossey drove in the game-winning run on a walk-off sacrifice fly in the eighth inning as the Knights (5-1, 5-4) topped the Cannoneers (2-5, 3-6) in Colonial Council action.
Frank Castiglione and Ryan McGrath added a double and a single apiece.
For Watervliet, Ryan Manning doubled, Kevin Pontore tripled and Tom Szczepanski added a pair of singles.
Mechanicville 10, Ravena 5: Sam DeCelle hit a three-run double and added a single, while Alex Grayson struck out 14 to propel the Red Raiders to a Colonial Council victory over the Indians (1-5 ,1-6).
Austin DeMarco added two singles for Mechanicville (5-2, 7-3).
Albany High 4, Bishop Maginn 0: Bryan Carr struck out 13 Maginn batters in a Big 10 Conference complete game shutout victory.
Josh Cocco added two singles and two runs scored for the Falcons (2-4).
Sean Spath singled twice for the Golden Griffins (2-5, 2-8).
Schenectady 4, Bishop Gibbons 2: Zach Andi tripled for the Patriots in a Big 10 Conference victory over Bishop Gibbons.
Ryan Maxwell singled three times for the Golden Knights.
Colonie 6, Mohonasen 3: Joe Schupp singled and doubled and Brian O’Keefe added a pair of singles for the Garnet Raiders (5-3, 8-4) in a Suburban Council victory over the Mighty Warriors.
Saratoga Springs 21, Burnt Hills 6: Kyle Wilmott hit a home run and three singles, driv¬ing in five runs in a Suburban Council victory for the Blue Streaks (7-1, 8-3).
Jon Peck doubled and singled for the Spartans (4-4, 6-4).

Boys Lacrosse

La Salle 13, Amsterdam 2: Brett Bernardo fired in three goals and assisted on three others to pace the Cadets to a Big 10 triumph.
Gary Valenti totaled five points, including four assists, for La Salle (2-1, 4-3), and Mike Koberger (assist) and Charlie Reutemann each scored three goals.
Burnt Hills 10, Saratoga Springs 8: Evan Nusbaum scored three goals for the red-hot Spartans (4-2, 6-3) in a Suburban Council victory over Saratoga. Burnt Hills owned just one Suburban Council victory in three previous seasons and has now has won four straight.
Graeme Bulmer scored three goals for the Blue Streaks (1-4, 4-4).

Girls Lacrosse
Cohoes 6, Holy Names 4: Ashley Dessingue scored all six goals for the Tigers (1-5) in Capital District Women’s Lacrosse League victory over Holy Names.
Shanna Rankin made 20 saves in net for Cohoes.
Niskayuna 14, Shenendehowa 4: Caleigh O’Brien scored four goals and Shannon Pfohl tallied three goals as the Silver Warriors won in the Suburban Council.
Alyssa Treanor and Kayla Treanor each added two goals and an assist for Niskayuna (7-1) against Shen (4-5).
Saratoga Springs 14, Burnt Hills 5: Sarah Campbell totaled seven points, including four goals, to spark the Blue Streaks to a Suburban Council win.
Julia Sirianni and Morgan Powell each chipped in with three goals and an assist for Saratoga (5-2, 5-4). Nicole Beardsley scored two goals for the Spartans (2-5 league).

Boys Tennis
Bethlehem 8, Schenectady 1: Ryan Schmitz won at No. 1 singles to spark the Eagles to victory in a non-league match.

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