Saturday, May 1, 2010

CCHS baseball rallies - again; Friday's roundup

The Record
TROY - Just call the players on the Catholic Central baseball team the ‘comeback kids.’
The Crusaders rallied, getting three runs in the sixth inning to down Schenectady 7-4 and pull into third place in the Big 10 standings.
Mike Doyle pitched a complete game, four-hitter for Catholic Central (5-3, 7-3) and started the come-from-behind rally.
Doyle, who finished 2-for-2 on the afternoon, reached on a walk and came around to score when Nolan Driscoll had a base hit.
Rory Sweeney followed with a two-run double to complete the rally and down the Patriots (4-4, 6-4).
La Salle 18, Bishop Gibbons 3: Ryan Clarke hit a home run and drove in five runs, while scoring four times to lead the Cadets (7-1, 7-4) to the victory.
Zach Remillard drove in three runs, scored five times and had four hits.
Matt Butrym and Mike Gallagher each had two hits and scored a run for the Knights.
Hoosick Falls 20, Stillwater 3: Seth Foster singled three times and drove in three runs to spark the Panthers’ 16-hit attack en route to posting a Wasaren League triumph.
Tanner Williams doubled, singled twice and knocked in two runs for Hoosick Falls (4-2, 6-3) and Jake Colliano doubled and singled.
Brian Byer hit a home run and singled for the Warriors (0-7, 1-8).
Greenwich 9, Tamarac 0: Sophomore Jason Flynn tossed a two-hitter to propel the first-place Witches to victory in the Wasaren League.
Flynn didn’t issue a walk, struck out four and also doubled and drove in two runs for Greenwich (6-0, 10-1). Also for the Witches, Neil Fryer homered, doubled and knocked in four runs.
Guilderland 18, Averill Park 4: Matt Zanotta hit home runs No. 9, 10 and 11 of the 2010 season - one was a grand slam - in Guilderland’s Suburban Council victory over the Warriors.
Nick Cioffi singled three times and drove in a run for Averill Park (5-4, 6-6).
Columbia 11, Bethlehem 4: Scott Dulong hit a home run and doubled twice and Matt Kasper added a triple and two singles for the Blue Devils (5-4, 5-6).
Niskayuna 6, Shenendehowa 5: Aaron Wingowski tripled and singled for the Silver Warriors (5-4, 7-4), who knocked Shenendehowa (8-1, 8-1) from the ranks of the unbeaten Friday in Suburban Council action.
Albany Academy 1, Voorheesville 0: Hunter McCarthy tripled in the third inning and Albee Daley drove him in on a single with the game’s only run.
Cohoes 19, Cobleskill 4: Kyle Farley went 3-for-4 with four runs scored and two driven in for the Tigers (3-5, 4-7) in a Colonial Council victory over the Bulldogs (1-5).
Waterford 7, Berlin 0: Josh White pitched a complete game three-hitter to lift the Fordians to victory in CHVL action.
Shaker 5, Saugerties 1:
Derek Gardella doubled and drove in a run and Rob Derico sin¬gled home a run for the Blue Bison.

Catholic Central 2, Troy 0: Maddie Coneys spun a four-hitter, striking out 11 as the Crusaders blanked their crosstown rivals.
Catcher Kirstan Buchan delivered a two-run single in the first inning for Catholic Central (4-1, 7-3).
Julie Brinkman also allowed only four hits and struck out seven for Troy (5-1, 5-4).
Lansingburgh 5, Voorheesville 3: Catcher Meg Volz connected on a solo home run in the first inning and walked with the bases loaded to score the eventual winning run in the sixth inning.
Sam Woitkoski spun a four-hitter, striking out 11 for Lansingburgh (4-2, 5-3).
Columbia 7, Bethlehem 0: Meg Hallenbeck doubled and drove in two runs as the Blue Devils (8-1, 12-1) knocked the Eagles (8-1, 8-1) from the ranks of the undefeated in Suburban Council action in Delmar.
Brittany Hart singled twice and drove in two runs, scoring two runs for Columbia.
Shenendehowa 8, Niskayuna 0: Danny Amyot and Cameron Sprague combined to throw a three-hit shutout in a Suburban Council victory for the Lady Plainsmen (8-0, 10-0).
Greenwich 1, Tamarac 0: Greenwich’s starting pitcher, Sarah Heimbach, led off the sixth inning with a single and Meg O’Malley drove in her in later that inning on a single for the only run the Witches (3-4, 4-7) needed.
Hoosic Valley 5, Cambridge 4: Steph Lonczak led off the seventh inning with a triple and Whitney Kugler drove her in on a sacrifice fly to lift Hoosic Valley.
Loudonville Christian 13, Rensselaer 0: Alex Rollis struck out 12 and allowed just three hits in a CHVL victory for the Eagles (6-1, 6-2) over the Rams (3-4, 3-5).
Valerie King and Samantha Parry both went 2-for-4 at the plate for Loudonville.
Waterford 7, Berlin 2: Katie McGreevy struck out 10 hitters over seven inning and added two singles and an RBI at the plate for the Fordians (6-1, 6-2) in a CHVL victory over the Mountaineers (4-3, 4-5).
Maple Hill 13, Coxsackie-Athens 9: Destiny Lebrecht went 2-for-4 with two RBI and Heather Dugan went 3-for-4 with a double for the Wildcats in a Patroon Conference victory over the Indians.

Boys Lacrosse
Shaker 8, Burnt Hills 2: Jimmy O’Brien and Doug Swezey each scored three goals to propel the Blue Bison.
Dan Casale added two goals for Shaker.
Niskayuna 15, Ballston Spa 3: Brian Schlansker tallied five points, including four goals, to propel the Silver Warriors to a Suburban Council win.
Mark Panneton contributed three goals and an assist for Niskayuna.
Shenendehowa 16, Saratoga 4: Brandon Connors scored three goals to spark the Plainsmen to a Suburban Council win.
CBA 13, La Salle 2: Dan Sipperly fired in five goals as the Brothers defeated their arch-rival in a Big 10 match.

Girls Lacrosse
Shaker 12, Burnt Hills 5: Adrianne Devine scored three goals and assisted on three others to propel the Blue Bison to a Suburban Council tri¬umph.
Charlotte Rehfuss chipped in with two goals and an assist for Shaker.
Colonie 12, Averill Park 4: Lexi Brannigan totaled nine points, including three goals, to pace the Garnet Raiders to victory in the Suburban Council.
Saratoga Springs 13, Shenendehowa 4: Julia Dirianni scored six goals for the Blue Steaks (6-2, 6-4).
Holy Names 13, Emma Willard 9: Francesca Gundrum scored five goals for the Jesters, but Holy Names (2-3, 3-6) scored eight goals in the second half.
Sarah Ohanesian added a pair of goals for Emma Willard (3-4, 3-6).

Boys Tennis
La Salle 6, Albany 3: The Cadets (5-0, 5-1) defeated the Falcons in Big 10 Conference action by winning five of six singles matches.
Saratoga Springs 9, Averill Park 0: Zach Arpey defeated Averill Park’s Scott Richardson in No. 1 singles, 6-0, 6-2, leading the Blue Streaks to the Suburban Council victory over the Warriors.
Maple Hill 4, Ichabod Crane 3: The Wildcats won each of the top three singles matches.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shenendehowa 8, Niskayuna 0: Danny Amyot and Cameron Sprague combined to throw a three-hit shutout in a Suburban Council victory for the Lady Plainsmen (8-0, 10-0).

Amyot and Sprague are two of the top pitchers in Section II, but are not well known by the press. Found this online.

May 1, 2010 at 6:27 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The two pitchers that SHEN has this season are much better than Mandy Ferro.

May 3, 2010 at 9:12 PM 

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