Thursday, May 27, 2010

La Salle wins' 'Burgh loses; Friday's baseball roundup

La Salle Institute shortstop Zach Remillard makes a throw to first base during Thursday's Section II Class AA quarterfinal game against Niskayuna. La Salle won, 6-0. (LSI photos by J.S. Carras - The Record).

La Salle coach Jesse Braverman wasn’t sure if he would throw his senior ace, Dave Roseboom, in the team’s first Section II Class AA playoff game.

With the memory of last year’s first- round playoff defeat still stinging, Braverman decided to toss the left-hander and his decision paid off in the end.

Roseboom turned in an 111-pitch, 10-strikeout effort as the Cadets beat Niskayuna 6-0 at Geer Field on Thursday.

"We came out of the gate ready to play today," said Roseboom, who is headed to the University of South Carolina Upstate in the fall.

La Salle second baseman J.P. Sportman makes a throw during Thursday's game against Niskayuna.

La Salle, the Big 10's No. 1 seed, advances to face Guilderland in a Section II semifinal at Joe Bruno Stadium Saturday night at 7 p.m.

For the rest of Thursday's roundup, keep scrolling down.

For the full story on the La Salle game, check out Friday's edition of The Record to read Andrew Santillo's story.

La Salle's senior pitcher Dave Roseboom throws a pitch during Saturday's game against Niskayuna. He's won four big games in a row, including his final three regular season starts against Catholic Central, CBA and Troy.

On the North side of town, Lansingburgh hosted a Section II Class A playoff game for the second straight year. Yet again, the Knights were bounced in the first round by a lower seed.

South Glens Falls, the No. 6 seed, posted a 10-2 victory. It was a day for upsets in the Class A brackets.

No. 2 Schalmont and No. 4 Glens Falls also went down, launching No. 7 Averill Park into a semifinal matchup with South High Saturday evening in Amsterdam.

For the full story on the Knights, check out Ed Weaver's story in Friday's edition of The Record.

Here is Friday's baseball roundup, which includes a fair number of upsets.

For the sixth time in 11 years, the Shenendehowa baseball team did not make it past its first game in the Section II playoffs, falling to arch-rival Saratoga Springs. (Photo courtesy The Saratogian).

Class AA

Guilderland 7, Shaker 4: Matt Zanotta hit his 16th home run of the year and now has 50 RBI as the Dutchmen (13-9) posted the upset victory.Zanotta went 3-for-3, while Vinny Tamburello pitched a complete game and also hit a home run for Guilderland.Andrew Lasky hit a two-run home run for the Blue Bison (15-5) in the second inning.
Guilderland will take on La Salle on Saturday at 7 p.m. at Joe Bruno Stadium.
Saratoga 6, Shenendehowa 4: Chris Davis belted a solo homer and an RBI-single among his three hits and Nate Foster had two hits and two RBI to back Luke Fauler’s six shutout innings as the Blue Streaks (14-8) upset the top-seeded Plainsmen.Branden Cogswell had two hits for Shen (17-4).
Colonie 5, CBA 0: Chris Kalica pitched a complete game to send the Garnet Raiders (16-6) into the semifinals.
Kalica struck out seven and also drove in two runs.
CBA finishes the year 18-3.

Class A

Averill Park 7, Schalmont 0: Nick Cioffi pitched a two-hit shutout as the larger, seventh-seeded Indians took down the No. 2 Sabers (17-4).Tyler Listing had a double, two singles and two RBIs and Christian Thibeault added three hits for 9-11 Averill Park.
Ichabod Crane 16, Scotia-Glenville 7: The Riders, the No. 1 seed, pounded out 21 hits in a quarterfinal round victory over No. 8 Scotia.
Starting pitcher Josh Ingham hit a three-run home run and a pair of singles for Ichabod (20-1).
Burnt Hills 8, Glens Falls 3: The Spartans, the No. 5 seed, earned a date with No. 1 Ichabod Crane in Saturday’s semifinal.

Class B

Mechanicville 11, Schuylerville 3: Josh Coreno hit a grand-slam homer, Dylan Guido added a run-scoring triple and an RBI-single and Alex Grayson hurled a complete-game three-hitter with 11 strikeouts as the 5th-seeded Red Raiders (16-6) romped past the No. 4 Black Horses (15-7).
Five Schuylerville errors fueled the Raiders’ seven-run fifth inning.Granville 15, Cairo-Durham 5: The Golden Horde, the No. 3 seed, topped No. 6 Cairo in the Section II Class B quarterfinals behind Ethan Macura’s complete game, eight-strikeout performance.
Spa Catholic 8, Coxsackie-Athens 4: The No. 1 seeded Saints marched on to the Class B semifinals and will play No. 5 Mechanicville Saturday at the Plumeri Complex in Albany.

The No. 1 seed in the Class B bracket, Spa Catholic (above) will face a stiff challenge from No. 5 Mechanicville in Saturday's semifinal round. (Photo - The Saratogian).

Hudson 8, Fonda-Fultonville 7 (9 innings):
The Bluehawks topped the No. 2 seeded Braves in extra innings in a quarterfinal victory. No. 7 Hudson will face No. 3 Granville Saturday at the Plumeri Complex in Albany.

Class CC

Hoosick Falls 3, Voorheesville 1: Seth Foster, Josh Mulready and Jake Colliano all hit RBI singles to lead the Panthers (14-5) into the next round.
Foster also added a triple for Hoosick Falls, which next plays Canajoharie at Bleecker Stadium on Saturday at 6 p.m.
Ryan Duncan had a double, two single and a RBI for the Blackbirds (11-10).
Lake George 6, Mayfield 5: The Warriors advanced with the one-run victory.
Chatham 7, Berne-Knox-Westerlo 6: The Panthers, the No. 5 seed, will face No. 1 Schoharie in Saturday’s semifinal at Bleecker Stadium.
Schoharie 7, Maple Hill 1: The No. 1 seed from Schoharie knocked the defending New York State champions from Maple Hill out of the postseason in a quarterfinal round game.

Class C

Greenwich 11, Waterford 5: Neil Fryer hit a two-run home run and Ryan Beck struck out five in four innings for the Witches (16-5).
Zac Lennon had a double, triple and drove in two for the Fordians.
Greenwich plays No. 1 seed Lake George at noon at Christian Plumeri Sports Complex.
Lake George 6, Mayfield 5: The No. 1 seeded Warriors advanced to the semifinals.
Fort Plain 11, Rensselaer 1: The Rams, the No. 7 seed, saw their season end in a Class C quarterfinal game in Fort Plain.
Duanesburg 11, Warrensburg 5: The Eagles, the No. 3 seed, will play No. 2 Fort Plain in the semifinals.

Class D

Germantown 14, Sharon Springs 4: The No. 1 seeded Clippers breezed into the semifinals.
Fort Edward 7, Heatly 5: The Flying Forts defeated the Hornets, the No. 5 seed. No. 4 Fort Edward will play Germantown in Saturday’s semifinal at the Morse Complex in Queensbury.
Loudonville Christian 4, Hartford 1: The Eagles, the No. 3 seed, defeated No. 6 Hartford at Cook Park in Colonie in the Class D quarterfinals.
Fort Ann 9, Salem 6: Fort Ann, the No. 2 seed, set up a showdown with Loudonville Christian in Saturday’s Class D semifinal at the Morse Complex.

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