Saturday, May 22, 2010

Hoosick Falls baseball clinches Wasaren share

GREENWICH -- Adam Ferrannini pitched a complete game shutout with eight strikeouts as the Panthers topped Greenwich and ace Neil Fryer to earn a share of the Wasaren League regular season title by a 4-0 score. It was the first such championship for the Panthers since 2002.
Alex Lilac drove in two runs on a fourth inning single and Mike Brewster drove in a run in the first for Hoosick Falls (11-3, 13-4).
Ryan Beck doubled for the Witches (10-4, 15-5).
Lansingburgh 9, Mechanicville 8: Mike Mossey tied the game with a clutch, two-run single, his second hit of the game, then scored the winning run on a groundout – Tom Luce missed the suicide squeeze sign – as the Knights (13-3, 13-7) rallied for the Colonial Council victory.
Jake Luce had a double and single for the Knights, and Dom Cioffi singled twice and scored two runs.
Adam Kraszewski drove in three runs with two hits for the Red Raiders (11-5, 13-7).
Cobleskill 7, Cohoes 5: Kyle Derepentigny went 2-for-4 at the plate, but the Tigers (3-13, 4-16) dropped a Colonial Council contest to the Bulldogs (3-13, 4-16).
Catholic Central 5, Schenectady 0: Mike Doyle pitched a complete game four-hitter, striking out six for the Crusaders (10-6, 12-6).
Nolan Driscoll added three hits and Dom Loughlin doubled for CCHS.
Amsterdam 16, Albany 5: Stephen Richards went 4-for-4 with a double, four stolen bases and two RBI, but the Falcons (4-12) dropped their Big 10 finale to the Rams (5-11).
Guilderland 8, Duanesburg 7: Sean Geisel knocked in three runs with a double and Jimmy Quinn added a double, two singles and three runs scored to lead the Dutchmen to a non-league victory.
Mike Gentile hit three singles and Sean McGary added two singles for Duanesburg.

Softball
Schuylerville 6, Cambridge 0: Mikayla Wells pitched a one-hitter and struck out 11 as the 11-3 Flying Horses rolled to victory.
On Schuylerville’s Senior Day, Senior Kalea Ferris led the Horses’ 11-hit attack, going 2-for-3 and scoring 2 runs and driving in one.
Rachel Baker also had two hits and two runs for Schuylerville, Morgan Kinney had two hits and an RBI, Stephanie Ostrander had a two-run single and Wells helped herself with a run-scoring hit.
Amanda Nolan spoiled Wells’ no-hit bid with a fifth-inning single.
Schenectady 4, Amsterdam 1: Dominique Pucci had two hits, scored one run and drove in another as the visiting Patriots improved to 8-4, 10-7 with a Big 10 triumph over Amsterdam (7-5, 9-7).
Waterford 6, Berlin 1: Christina Wilson slammed a home run, added two singles and finished with three RBI to lead the Foridians to a CHVL victory.

Boys Lacrosse
Cambridge 8, Amsterdam 7: The Indians scored a fourth quarter goal to post a non-league victory over the Rams.

Boys Tennis
Section II Individual Finals: Ryan Schmitz, a Scotia-Glenville student-athlete, defeated Niskayuna’s Chris Frost, 7-6 (1), 6-4 to win the Section II individual title at Schenectady’s Central Park.
Bethlehem’s Peter Collins won the third-place match and will join Schmitz and Frost at the New York State Tournament two weeks from now.
Guilderland’s Alex Bush and Evan Farina defeated Niskayuna’s Danny Dudley and Andrew Picardi in the doubles final, 6-3, 7-5. Bethlehem’s unseeded duo of Yufan Lin and Brendon Jacques will also go to the state meet, having defeated Saratoga Springs’ Zach Arpey and Alex Grandy, 1-6, 7-6 (3), 6-2.

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