Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Jackson paces Troy High track; Wednesday's roundup

The Record

COLONIE - Troy High junior Travon Jackson won the 110-meter high hurdles (15.2 seconds) and the long jump (19’2") in a Big 10 Conference boys’ track and field meet with La Salle Institute at Christian Brothers Academy Wednesday afternoon.
La Salle won head-to-head matches over Troy (106-82) and CBA (115-61). Troy defeated CBA head-to-head, 99-72.
La Salle’s Denis Hurley won the 3200 meter run in a time of 9:54.5 and Tyler Washington won the triple jump (40’ 9.75") and 400 hurdles (58 seconds) for the Cadets.
CBA’s Thomas Lucey won the 100 meter dash in 11.1 seconds.
CBA vs. La Salle vs. Troy High
4x800 relay - La Salle (Fields, Stewart, Coughlin, Little), 9:09.6. 4x100 relay - Troy (Blair, Lewis, Blaauboer, Canzeri), 45.3. 4x400 relay - La Salle (Smail, Doran, Coughlin, Washington), 3:38. 110HH - Jackson (T), 15.2. 100M - T.Lucey (CBA), 11.1. 1600M - Doran (L), 4:43.2. 400M - Landy (L), 51.6. 400IH - Washington (L), 58.0. 3200M - Hurley (L), 9:54.5. 200M - Everett (CBA), 23.7. 800M - Doran (L), 2:05.1. High jump- Blaauber (T) and Phillips (T), 5-9 (tie). Shot put - Barr-Snagg (L) 29-10.5. Triple jump - Washington (L), 40-9.75. Long jump - Jackson (T), 19-2. Pole Vault - B. Rock (CBA) 10-6. Discus - DeFazio (L), 122-6.
Catholic Central and Amsterdam at Schenectady: Catholic Central’s Nehill Danbury won the discus (108’ 8") and the shot put (39’ 5") but Schenectady High dominated a Big 10 meet, defeating Amsterdam and CCHS in head-to-head action.
Girls track and field
Catholic Central and Amsterdam at Schenectady: The Lady Patriots defeated Amsterdam and Catholic Central in head-to-head action at a Big 10 Conference track meet at Schenectady Wednesday afternoon.
Catholic Central did not have any individual first place finishers.
Softball
Columbia 12, Ballston Spa 0: Nicole Schepisi hit a double and a single and drove in three runs and Hillary Faas singled twice and drove in two runs for the Blue Devils (4-0, 8-0) in a Suburban Council victory.
Taylor Monderton singled twice for the Scotties (0-3, 0-3).
COLUMBIA 12, BALLSTON SPA 0
Columbia (4-0, 8-0) 820 010 1 - 12 14 0
Ballston Spa (0-3, 0-3) 000 000 0 - 0 5 2
Cooper, Carey (6) and Pelton Croat, Avery (3) and LeBarron, Crandall (5).
Lansingburgh 7, Albany Academy for Girls 2: Sarah Cipperly hit a triple, the only extra-base hit of the game, as Lansingburgh posted a Colonial Council victory Wednesday.
All three of Lansingburgh’s earned runs came in the first inning.
Academy’s Rebecca Smith struck out 12 batters and her batterymate, catcher Sarah Connolly, added a pair of singles for the Bears (0-1, 0-1).
LANSINGBURGH 7, ALBANY ACADEMY FOR GIRLS 2
Lansingburgh (1-0, 2-1) 400 120 0 - 7 5 1
Albany Academy (0-1, 0-1) 001 001 0 - 2 6 5
Woitkoski and Volz R.Smith and Connolly.
Mechanicville 20, Holy Names 0: Anna Arceneaux struck out eight and walked one in five innings, adding a double and a triple at the plate in a Colonial Council victory for the Red Raiders (1-0, 1-0).
Kelsey Hines added a pair of doubles for Mechanicville and Abby Maiello, Shannon McBride and Kylie Liberty hit one double apiece.
MECHANICVILLE 20, HOLY NAMES 0
Holy Names (0-1, 0-1) 000 00 - 0 2 6
Mechanicville (1-0, 1-0) 259 4x - 20 18 0
Walsh, Miller (3) and Smith Arceneaux and Liberty, DeStefano (4).
Voorheesville 13, Watervliet 3: Amada Gatt hit two home runs and struck out 12 in the circle for the Blackbirds in the victory.
Kate Murray had two hits for the Cannoneers.
Rensselaer 20, Doane Stuart 0: Olivia Repula hit a home run, triple and single, driving in three runs, while Hope Zimmer added three singles and six RBI for the Rams (2-0, 2-0) in a CHVL victory over Doane Stuart (0-1, 0-1).
RENSSELAER 20, DOANE STUART 0
Rensselaer (2-0, 2-0) 04(13) 3 - 20 24 0
Doane Stuart (0-1, 0-1) 000 0 - 0 3 6
Kopaskie and Mendetta Formanskaya and Fabian.
Waterford 17, Heatly 1: Christina Wilson, Aimee Lefebvre, Alex Vincent and Dana Deets all hit home runs for the Lady Fordians in a CHVL victory over the Hornets.
Bridget Kurywka struck out 11 in seven innings of work in the circle for Waterford (2-0, 2-1).
Erica Gross hit a home run for Heatly’s (0-2, 0-2) lone tally.
WATERFORD 17, HEATLY 1
Waterford (2-0, 2-1) 323 052 2 - 17 18 0
Heatly (0-2, 0-2) 000 010 0 - 1 3 3
Kurywka and Hastings Strizzi, A.Gross (6) and E.Gross.
Berlin 7, New Lebanon 4: Kyah Stevens had three hits and Emily Dooley finished with two hits and three runs scored in the CHVL victory for the Mountaineers (1-0, 1-2).
Sarah Risko doubled for the Tigers (0-2, 0-2).
BERLIN 7, NEW LEBANON 4
New Lebanon (0-2, 0-2) 000 040 0 - 4 6 2
Berlin (1-0, 1-2) 101 320 x - 7 8 0
Springer and Risko Morris and Nash
Maple Hill 7, Cairo-Durham 3: Maggie Miller pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts and freshman third baseman Heather Dugan went 2-for-4 with a double and three RBI in a Patroon Conference victory for the Wildcats (2-0, 2-0).
MAPLE HILL 7, CAIRO-DURHAM 3
Cairo-Durham (0-2) 000 012 0 - 3 6 2
Maple Hill (2-0, 2-0) 230 002 x - 7 8 1
Catholic Central 3, Greenwich 2 (9 innings): Amanda Laplante drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the ninth in a non-league victory for the Lady Crusaders (0-0, 2-0).
Maddie Coneys struck out 11 in the circle for CCHS.
Dani DeGregory hit a home run for the Witches.
CATHOLIC CENTRAL 3, GREENWICH 2 (9 innings)
Greenwich 110 000 000 - 2 4 0
Catholic Central (0-0, 2-0) 000 011 001 - 3 5 2
Hempack and Dusha Coneys and Buchan.
Schenectady 6, Guilderland 4: Leah Van Buren singled, scored twice and stole three bases as the Patriots (1-2) posted a non-league victory.
SCHENECTADY 6, GUILDERLAND 4
Guilderland 010 200 1 - 4 8 0
Schenectady (1-2) 302 001 x - 6 7 4
Wood and McLaughlin Giaquinto and Van Buren
Baseball
Albany 11, Troy 4: Steve Richards induced an inning-ending double play in the sixth inning and added a two-run double and a single at the plate in a Big 10 Conference victory for the Falcons.
Harry Friedman added two singles and two runs scored for Albany.
Troy scored three runs in the first inning, but committed three errors in the loss.
La Salle 24, Bishop Maginn 4: J.P. Sportman hit two singles, two doubles and a triple, driving in six runs and scoring five in a Big 10 Conference victory over the Griffins (0-2, 0-5).
Zach Remillard added three singles, a triple, four runs scored and three RBI for the Cadets (2-0, 2-0).
LA SALLE 24, BISHOP MAGINN 4
Bishop Maginn (0-2, 0-5) 004 000 0 - 4 4 6
La Salle (2-0, 2-0) 353 643 x - 24 24 2
Jeffers, Tully (2) and Spath Ferris, Maniello (4), Burek (6), Cavallo (7) and Remillard, Sacks (6).
Lansingburgh 21, Voorheesville 7: Sophomore Ryan McGrath had five of the Knights’ 17 hits on the day in the big win.
McGrath finished with a triple and six RBI, whole Frank Castiglione finished with a triple and two singles.
Chris King had three hits and both Dom Cioffi and Jake Luce doubled and singled for Lansingburgh (2-0, 2-3).
Jake Nussbaum and Colin McVee each had RBI doubles for the Blackbirds (0-1, 3-1).
LANSINGBURGH 21, VOORHEESVILLE 7
Voorheesville (0-1, 3-1) 010 204 0 - 7 7 2
Lansingburgh (2-0, 2-3) 433 083 x - 21 17 1
Scaccia, McDonald (3), Davies (5) and Chiseri McGrath, Vandenburg (6) and J. Luce, Krege (6)
Mechanicville 9, Watervliet 5: Sam Mason hit a tie-breaking RBI single in the sixth inning, Alex Grayson added two singles and Sam DeCelle struck out seven in a complete game victory over the Cannoneers (0-2, 0-3).
Dlyan Guido added a pair of singles for Mechanicville (1-1, 2-1).
Kevin Pontore tripled for Watervliet, while Josh Veshia added a two-run single.
MECHANICVILLE 9, WATERVLIET 5
Watervliet (0-2, 0-3) 021 020 0 - 5 5 1
Mechanicville (1-1, 2-1) 201 105 x - 9 7 2
Pontore, Daley (6) and Veshia DeCelle and Hipwell.
Schalmont 5, Albany Academy 4 (10 innings): Joe Amorosi singled twice, hit a triple and scored a pair of runs in Schalmont’s extra inning Colonial Council victory over the Cadets.
Phil Mascitelli added a single, a double and two RBI for the Sabres (2-0, 3-1).
Albee Daley singled, double and drove in a run for Academy (1-1, 3-1).
SCHALMONT 5, ALBANY ACADEMY 4 (10 innings)
Schalmont (2-0, 3-1) 001 000 000 4 - 5 9 0
Albany Academy (1-1, 3-1) 001 000 003 - 4 9 5
Bergami, C.Amorosi (5), Constantino (10) and Paskevich Smallwood, Brown (8), LaPietra (10) and Daley.
Ravena 3, Cohoes 2: Marty Wilson drove in two runs for the Indians (1-1, 1-3) in the victory.
Kyle Brhammer knocked two doubles for the Tigers (0-2, 1-3) in the loss.
RAVENA 3, COHOES 2
Cohoes (0-2, 1-3) 100 000 1 - 2 6 2
Ravena (1-1, 1-3) 001 200 x - 3 7 3
NA and Brhammer Brozowski and Paigo
Rensselaer 12, Doane Stuart 0: Keith McElroy singled twice, doubled and hit a home run, while Lou Berthoty hit three singles and a double, while pitching for the victory for the Rams (2-0, 2-3).
RENSSELAER 12, DOANE STUART 0
Rensselaer (2-0, 2-3)) 432 03 - 12 13 1
Doane Stuart (0-2) 000 00 - 0 2 4
Berthoty and McElroy NA
Waterford 11, Heatly 6: Zac Lennon went 4-for-4 with three doubles and three RBI as the Fordians topped the Hornets in CHVL action.
Dave Fletcher also went 4-for-4, hitting three singles, and Ryan Clune added three RBI for Waterford.
Anthony Bryant doubled and drove in three for Heatly, while Zach Miller added a double and a single.
WATERFORD 11, HEATLY 6
Heatly 004 011 0 - 6 5 5
Waterford 320 303 x - 11 13 3
Gleason and Bryant Fletcher, White (5) and Brisson.
New Lebanon 16, Berlin 9: Tyler Bacon collected four hits and scored three runs, but it wasn’t enough for the Mountaineers (0-1, 0-4).
Scott Bamba was 2-for-3 with a triple and a run scored.
NEW LEBANON 16, BERLIN 9
New Lebanon (1-1, 1-3) 015 234 1 - 16 16 4
Berlin (0-1, 0-4) 510 012 0 - 9 15 5
NA
Columbia 19, Ballston Spa 3: Ballston Spa pitchers walked 20 batters and Christian Brown went 4-for-5 with a home run, four RBI and five runs scored for the Blue Devils.
Matt Kasper added a home run and four runs scored for Columbia (2-2, 2-3).
COLUMBIA 19, BALLSTON SPA 3
Columbia (2-2, 2-3) 301 643 2 - 19 9 2
Ballston Spa (0-4, 0-4) 102 000 0 - 3 8 4
Raymond and Kasper McElwain and Beaudoin.
Hoosic Valley 8, Warrensburg 7: Josh Drescher went 4-for-4 and scored three runs for the Indians (0-1, 2-2) in the non-league victory.
Jarod Ford doubled twice, drove in a run and scored a run for Hoosic Valley.
HOOSIC VALLEY 8, WARRENSBURG 7
Warrensburg (2-1) 102 202 0 - 7 10 2
Hoosic Valley (0-1, 2-2) 420 200 x - 8 11 3
Perdone and Curtis Schoonmaker, Drescher (5) and Van Praag
Boys Lacrosse
Bethlehem 6, Colonie 5: Eric Halek scored two goals and added an assist as the Eagles collected a Suburban Council victory over the Garnet Raiders.
Guilderland 15, Columbia 0: Bryan Dyer scored four goals and Paul Jones added three for the Dutchmen (3-1) in a Suburban Council victory over the Blue Devils (0-3).
GUILDERLAND 15, COLUMBIA 0
Columbia (0-3) 0 0 0 0 - 0
Guilderland (3-1) 7 3 4 1 - 15
Scoring: Guilderland - Dyer 4-3, Jones 3-1, Wood 1-1, Dubose 0-2, Polsinelli 2-0, Plante 1-0, Muztalago 1-1, Apisallo 1-0, Burns 1-0, Stanish 1-0. Goalie saves: Columbia - Vecchio, 21. Guilderland - Klim, 1 Peebles, 2.
Girls Lacrosse
Niskayuna 19, Burnt Hills 5: Emily Ryan scored three goals for the Silver Warriors in a Suburban Council victory over the Spartans.
Albany Academy 18, Emma Willard 3: Kaitlin Pericak scored seven goals and Bridget Malicki added five goals for the undefeated Bears (4-0).
Francesca Gundrum scored twice for the Jesters (1-2).
ALBANY ACADEMY 18, EMMA WILLARD 3
Emma Willard (1-2) 1 2 - 3
Albany Academy (4-0) 11 7 - 18
Scoring: EW - Francesca Gundrum 2-0, Noelle Ohanesian 1-0, Loughlin 0-1. AA - Caroline Gersuk 3-3 Grey 3-1 Bridget Malicki 5-0 E. Malicki 0-1 Kaitlin Pericak 7-1.
Goalie saves: EW - Zellick, 15. AA - Sullivan, 5.

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