Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Columbia tops AP on the diamond; local roundup

Nick Keefe (10) is celebrated by his teammates after hitting a two-run home run in Tuesday's victory over Averill Park. (Photo by J.S. Carras - The Record).

AVERILL PARK -- Nick Keefe belted a two-run home run, doubled and knocked in three runs to power Columbia High past Averill Park, 10-3 on Tuesday in Suburban Council baseball.
Stephen Proper tossed a five-hitter to earn the win for the Blue Devils (6-7, 6-9).
John Stanley doubled and singled twice, Matt Kasper doubled and singled and Eric Martin tripled in a run for Columbia.
Tyler Listing hit a two-run home run and doubled for the Warriors (6-7, 7-9) and Brian Hardy singled twice.

Stephen Proper throws a pitch for the Blue Devils in Tuesday's game against Averill Park.

Shaker 6, Niskayuna 0: Jeff Hoffman hurled a four-hitter to pace the Blue Bison to a Suburban Council triumph.
Derek Gardella (two doubles) drove in three runs for Shaker (10-3, 12-3) and Joe Snyder (three singles) knocked in a run.
Ethan Kelly doubled for the Silver Warriors (8-5, 10-5).
Guilderland 2, Colonie 1: Jimmy Quinn walked with the bases loaded to drive in the winning run in the sixth inning to lift the Dutchmen to victory in the Suburban Council.
Nick Mastrianni drove in a run with a sacrifice fly in the third inning for Guilderland (7-6, 8-8).
Jeff Gerard doubled and singled for the Garnet Raiders (8-5 league) and Brian O’Keefe and Zack Longo each singled twice.
Bethlehem 8, Mohonasen 4: Seamus Fitzpatrick singled twice and drove in two runs as the Eagles won in the Suburban Council.
John Morrill doubled and singled for Bethlehem (3-10 league) and Luke Flood doubled twice for the Mighty Warriors (0-13 league).
Saratoga 5, Ballston Spa 2: Luke Fauler pitched a four-hitter, striking out 11, to pace the Blue Streaks (9-4, 10-6) to a Suburban Council victory.
Mechanicville 8, Albany Academy 0: Alex Grayson came within one out of perfection, retiring the first 20 batters he faced before allowing a hit in the seventh inning as the Red Raiders won in the Colonial Council.
The junior right-hander struck out seven and with two outs in the top of the seventh, allowed only a swinging-bunt single to Hunter McCarthy.
Mike Hipwell doubled in two runs in the first inning and doubled in another run in the second for the Red Raiders (9-3, 11-4) against the Cadets (6-5, 8-5).
Josh Coreno singled twice and doubled for Mechanicville, Sam DeCelle doubled and Tyler Cook chipped in with two singles.
Schalmont 6, Watervliet 4: Chris Amorosi pitched a complete game with 10 strikeouts as the Sabres prevailed in the Colonial Council.
Joe Bergami (two RBI) and Joe Amorosi each doubled and singled for Schalmont (11-1, 13-3).
Josh Veshia singled three times for the Cannoneers (3-9, 3-12), Dan Nittinger (RBI) doubled and singled and Pat Ebenhoch singled twice.
Troy 3, Bishop Maginn 2: Stephen Ziter delivered the game-winning, two-run single in the top of the seventh inning as the Flying Horses won in the Big 10.
Winning pitcher Iziah McGowan singled twice for Troy (8-3, 8-4). Brandon Watson singled twice and Chris Jeffers doubled in a run and singled for the Griffins (2-10, 2-13 league).
CBA 6, Albany 5: Casey McPartlon went 3-for-5, including two doubles, and scored two runs, as the Brothers (10-1, 13-1) rallied for a Big 10 victory.
Stephen Richards singled, scored twice and stole three bases for the Falcons (2-8, 3-8).
Greenwich 12, Hoosic Valley 1: Neil Fryer homered, singled and knocked in five runs to power the Witches to victory in the Wasaren League.
Ryan Beck singled twice and drove in four runs for Greenwich (7-3, 11-4).
Matt Molesky hit two singles and doubled for the Indians (3-6 league).
Loudonville Christian 5, Rensselaer 1: Caleb Barton pitched a four-hitter and Dillon King broke a 1-1 tie with a two-run single for the Eagles, who improved to 12-2 in the Central Hudson Valley League.
Kim Foust singled in the run for the 4-7 Rams.

Loudonville Christian 14, Emma Willard 3: Alex Rollis hurled a no-hitter, strik¬ing out 10, as the Eagles won in the CHVL.
Rollis also singled twice and drove in a run and Justine Makinson (three RBI), Valerie King (RBI), Chelsea Wagner and Stephanie Zaloom hit two singles each for Loudonville Christian (12-1, 12-2) against the Jesters (3-8 league).
Cohoes 11, Ravena 0: Sophomore Courtney Dayter spun a two-hitter, striking out 12 as the Tigers blanked the Indians in the Colonial Council.
Shana Cooper and Bailei Tetrault each dou¬bled and singled for Liberty League-leading Cohoes (9-1, 9-2).
Morgan Dunn tripled for the Tigers and Cherish Kilventon doubled.
CCHS 3, Schenectady 0: Maddie Coneys pitched a three-hitter for the shutout, striking out nine, and Hannah Kutny stole home to break a scoreless tie in the fourth inning to pace the Crusaders (7-1, 12-3) to the Big Ten victory.
Averill Park 4, Columbia 3: Cara Danish hit a game-winning, walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Warriors rallied for a Suburban Council victory.
Winning pitcher Lauren Hagerty (10 strikeouts) tripled and Meg Haggerty doubled and singled for Averill Park.
Bethlehem 16, Mohonasen 3: Courtney Sullivan hit a two-run home run and singled to pace the Eagles to a Suburban Council win.
Winning pitcher Erica Pallechi singled three times and knocked in two runs for Bethlehem (10-3, 14-3) and Megan Crucetti tripled, sin¬gled and drove in three runs.
Rachel Jackson singled twice for the Mighty Warriors (2-10, 3-11).
Saratoga 7, Ballston Spa 1: Alyson Onyon twirled a three-hitter and struck out 10 to pace the Blue Streaks to victory in the Suburban Council.
Nicole Colamaria tripled and doubled and Meagan Fleming doubled for Saratoga. Audry Avery doubled for the Scotties.
Guilderland 3, Colonie 0: Jess Saburro tossed a three-hitter and Sammie Schroeter doubled, singled and drove in a run to pace the Lady Dutch to victory in the Suburban Council.
Hoosic Valley 3, Greenwich 0: Sophomore Morgan Anderson pitched a two-hitter, striking out nine to pace the Indians to a Wasaren League triumph.
Eileen Farrell tripled and doubled for Hoosic Valley (6-5, 8-6) against the Witches (4-7, 5-10).
Schuylerville 1, Granville 0: Rachel Baker singled and scored the winning run on Stephanie Ost’s single to left field in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the Black Horses (7-3 league) to a Wasaren League victory over the Golden Horde (6-4, 7-4).
Maple Hill 17, Rensselaer 2: Maggie Miller pitched a complete game, striking out 10, and also drove in three runs to pace the Wildcats to a non-league victory.
Caitlin Wemette (triple, double, single) and Lauren Aitken (double, two singles) each drove in three runs for Maple Hill (7-7).
Cambridge 10, Berlin 4: Taylor Johnston hit a three-run home run and Sally Frakes had two hits and an RBI as the Indians improved to 7-6 with the non-league triumph.
Erin Berschwinger doubled home a run and also singled, while Emily Dooley added a triple for 6-8 Berlin.

Boys Lacrosse
La Salle 8, Schenectady 6: Mike Koberger scored three goals and assisted on another to pace the Cadets to victory in the Big 10.
Brett Bernardo added two goals for La Salle (4-2, 6-6) and Pat Hussey registered three assists. Goalie Shawn Quinn made 17 saves to record the win.
Troy 10, Amsterdam 4: Nic Capano totaled seven points, including five assists, to power the Flying Horses to a Big 10 victory.
Blaise Kearns scored three goals and assisted on three others for the Flying Horses (2-5, 6-6) against the Rams (0-7, 3-8) and Dan Carley scored twice.
Schuylerville 5, Lansingburgh 2: Colton Barber had a hand in all of the Black Horses’ scoring with four goals and an assist en route to recording a Wasaren League triumph.
Charlie Casey tallied a goal and an assist for the Knights.

Girls Lacrosse
South Glens Falls 14, Emma Willard 9: Jackie Atkins (assist), Taira Mandy and Katelyn Ayers each scored three goals to pace the Bulldogs to a non-league win.
Corrine Laviana, Sarah Ohanesian, Hannah Christiansen and Francesca Gundrum tallied two goals apiece to lead the Jesters.

Boys Tennis
Shaker 9, Troy 0: The Blue Bison blanked the Flying Horses in the first round of the Class AA sectional tournament.

Boys Track and Field
Tobias, Kemp, Nichols pace Lansingburgh: Alney Tobias (1,600-meter run, 3,200 run), T.J. Kemp (110 high hurdles, long jump) and Tyrone Nichols (shot put, discus) each won two individual events to spark Lansingburgh to a pair of Colonial Council vic¬tories.
The Knights defeated Albany Academy, 83-58, and Cobleskill-Richmondville, 112-29, to improve to 7-0 on the season.
Cohoes sweeps in Colonial: Noah McKnight (110 high hurdles, 400 hurdles), Andrew Casper (800, 1,600) and Zac Mainville (shot put, discus) each won two indi¬vidual events to spark Cohoes, which defeated Voorheesville, 77-60, and Waterford, 116-15, in a Colonial Council meet.

Girls Track and Field
Holy Names wins three in Colonial: Catherine Maloy won the 800 run and the 1,500 to pace Holy Names to a trio of Colonial Council victories.
Holy Names defeated Voorheesville, 85-56, Cohoes, 102-35, and Waterford, 129-7.
Meisha Lewis won the 100 hurdles and 400 hurdles to pace Cohoes to a 118-3 win over Waterford. Also, Voorheesville bested Cohoes, 92-48, and Waterford, 127.5-1.5.
Maple Hill 109, Hudson 20: Katie Roth won the discus (100 feet-7 inches) and the high jump (4-8) to pace the Wildcats to victory in a Patroon Conference meet.

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