Thursday, May 20, 2010

Hoosick Falls softball wins Wasaren League title; CCHS clinches Big 10 title, too

Hoosick Falls softball players jump for joy during the 2009 season. They can do it again in 2010, as the Panthers won a Wasaren League regular season title for the first time since 2001 with a 2-0 victory over Granville Thursday afternoon. (Photo by Tom Killips - The Record).

The Catholic Central softball team also wrapped up a league title Thursday afternoon, defeating Albany 3-0. Click on the image for a full-size version. (CCHS photos courtesy Pat Coneys).

HOOSICK FALLS -- For the first time since 2001, the Hoosick Falls High School softball team won a Wasaren League regular season title.
Jenna Priore went 2-for-3 and scored a run in the first inning. Rachel Quackenbush struck out 13 for the Panthers (12-2) in a 2-0 victory over Granville.
Tamarac 15, Cambridge 4: Missy Urkevich tripled, hit two singles and drove in five runs for the Bengals in a Wasaren League victory over the Indians (1-12, 3-14).
Brianna Matazinsky added a triple, two singles and four RBI for Tamarac (5-9, 8-11), while Kayla Mulqueen chipped in with three singles.
Schuylerville 2, Hoosic Valley 1 (10): Mikayla Wells struck out 20 in 10 innings of work, holding the Indians to seven hits in a Wasaren League victory for the Black Horses.
Chrissy Sanderson collected three hits for Hoosic Valley.

Catholic Central 3, Albany 0: Maddie Coneys (pictured above) struck out nine as the Crusaders captured the Big 10 Conference title outright.
Albany Academy for Girls 6, Ravena 5 (8):
Carylann Geddes tripled and singled twice, and Sydney Gross delivered the game-winning RBI single as the Bears won in the Colonial Council.
Maggie Smith also tripled for Academy (4-10, 5-10).
Courtney Irwin doubled in two runs to tie the game in the bottom of the seventh inning for the Indians (6-8, 9-10) and Rebecca Smith singled twice.
Greenwich 12, Stillwater 6: Sarah Heimbach spun a two-hitter as the Witches prevailed in their Wasaren League finale.
Sarah Galbraith doubled twice for Greenwich (6-8, 7-11) and Dani DeGregory chipped in with two singles. Michaela Moore singled twice for the Indians.
Cobleskill-Richmondville 4, Voorheesville 0 (8): Sarah Harrison pitched a no-hitter and struck out 17 and the Bulldogs erupted for four runs in the eighth inning for the Colonial Council victory.
Harrison walked five but allowed more than one base runner in an inning only once.
Steph Berard singled home two runs in the big inning for the Bulldogs (6-8, 8-11) and Kelly Brust singled her home.


Troy 23, Amsterdam 9: Steve Ziter hit a home run and two doubles, driving in seven runs for the Flying Horses (11-4, 12-5) in a Big 10 victory.
Iziah McCowan added a pair of triples and three RBI, while Matt Krogh had three singles and Zeb Gaston added a double, a single and four RBI.
Heatly 4, Berlin 3: Peter Heffern allowed just two hits and struck out 10 to lead the Hornets to victory.
Zach Mason led the Hornets with a double and single, scoring once and driving in one run.
Brian Holloway ruined Heffern’s shutout bid with a two-run home run in the sixth inning for the Mountaineers (2-12, 2-15).
Loudonville Christian 17, Waterford 9: Alex MaLossi hit a three-run home run for the Eagles in a CHVL victory over the Fordians (8-5, 8-7).
Dylan King added a home run for Loudonville Christian (13-2, 15-4).
Ryan Hardy and Dylan Gardner both hit three-run homers for Waterford.
Albany Academy 4, Voorheesville 3: Brian Flood retired the final three hitters with the bases loaded after the Blackbirds had scored their run, saving Justin Brock’s seventh win.
Paolo LaPietra had two hits and two RBIs for the Cadets (10-6, 12-6). The Blackbirds dropped to 8-8 in the Colonial Council, 11-9 overall.
Schalmont 15, Ravena 0: Joe Amorosi drove in three runs with a home run, double and single and Joe Bergami added a three-run homer for the Indians, backing Kevin Drislane’s two-hit shutout.
Drislane also had three hits and two RBIs, while Dan Bergami added an RBI-double and a run-scoring single for the Colonial Council-leading Sabres (15-1, 17-3).
Greenwich 17, Stillwater 4: Neil Fryer collected three hits and drove in two runs for the Witches (10-3, 15-4).
Colonie 7, Averill Park 0: Brian O’Keefe hit a three-run home run to lead the Garnet Raiders (11-5, 14-6) to a Suburban Council victory over the Warriors (7-9, 8-11).

Boys Lacrosse
Niskayuna 12, Saratoga 2: Brian Schlansker tallied four goals and assisted on another and Guy Waltman scored three goals as the Silver Warriors prevailed Suburban Council finale.
Goalie Ian Verzoni (two saves) and Troy Manchester (no saves) combined on the effort for Niskayuna (12-1, 12-4), which shares the North Division crown with Shenendehowa.
Tristan Sperry scored twice for the Blue Streaks.
Bethlehem 9, Shaker 5: Mike Rondinaro and Eric Halek each tallied two goals and an assist and Stephen Russo scored twice to propel the Eagles (8-5, 10-6) to a Suburban Council triumph.
Ryan Phillips scored three goals to pace the Blue Bison (8-5, 9-7) and Jimmy O’Brien contributed two goals and an assist.
Schenectady 9, Columbia 5: Tim Cox tallied three goals and three assists and Sam Hartz scored three goals as the Patriots (8-8) prevailed in a non-league game
Dave Wilbur scored two goals for the Blue Devils (0-16).
Glens Falls 13, Troy 4: Tim Graham scored four goals and assisted on another and Alex Rio tallied three goals to pace the Indians (9-6) to a non-league triumph.
Jerrod Heiser scored three goals for the Flying Horses, who finish their regular season at 7-9 and will compete in Class B sectionals next week.

Girls Lacrosse
Guilderland 9, Bethlehem 5: Kristen Cagino scored three goals to spark the top-seeded Lady Dutch to victory in a Class A sectional semifinal.
Kendall Cietek added two goals and goalie Amanda Santandrea made eight saves for Guilderland (15-1), which advances the title game to face Shaker on Wednesday at 7:30 at the University at Albany.
Cameron Caesar tallied two goals for the fourth-seeded Eagles (11-6).
Shaker 15, Saratoga Springs 14: Our Chris Fitz Gerald covered this game for us, so look for the story in Friday's edition of The Record.

Boys Tennis

Section II Individual Tournament: Top-seeded Ryan Schmitz of Scotia-Glenville defeated No. 4 seed Stefan Kuhar from the Albany Academies, 6-0 6-1 at Central Park in Schenectady. Schmitz will meet No. 2 Chris Frost (Niskayuna) in today’s final at 3 p.m. at Central Park.
The top-seeded doubles team from Guilderland (Alex Bush and Evan Farina) will face Niskayuna’s unseeded pairing of Danny Dudley and Andrew Picardi in today’s final match.
The top three individuals and doubles teams will represent Section II in the New York State tournament in Flushing on June 3 to 5.

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