Saturday, May 29, 2010

La Salle and Hoosick Falls bow out in semis, but Averill Park moves on

Hoosick Falls' John Lancour catches a ball as a Canajoharie runner slides in front of him during Saturday's Section II Class CC semifinal game at Bleecker Stadium. Canajoharie won, 7-2. (Photos by Mike McMahon - The Record).

ALBANY -- Saturday afternoon against Canajoharie in the Section II Class CC semifinals, the Hoosick Falls High School baseball team did not play the way that had carried them to a share of the 2010 Wasaren League regular season title.

The No. 2 seeded Panthers were no-hit through five innings and committed seven errors in a 7-2 defeat at the hands of No. 3 seeded Canajoharie.

Canajoharie will face No.5 Chatham for the Class CC Championship at Joe Bruno Stadium on Tuesday. Game time is 7 p.m.

Hoosick Falls sophomore pitcher Cody LaFlamme deals during Saturday's Section II Class CC semifinal at Bleecker Stadium in Albany.

"It's just one of those games," Hoosick Falls head coach Mike Lilac Jr. said. "We didn't play well offensively or defensively, but we were still one base hit away in the sixth from making it a 5-4 game. We just gave them too many runs and in this stage of the season you just can't do that."

For Ryan Kircher's full story, check out Sunday's edition of The Record.

It was a great year for the boys teams in Hoosick Falls, as the football team advanced to the New York State Class C semifinals and the basketball team played in the Section II Class C title game. This baseball will be back in years to come, as it is packed with young talent.


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Here in Troy, the La Salle Institute baseball team lost a wacky 7-5 game to Guilderland in the Section II Class AA semifinals at Joe Bruno Stadium. Here is the lead to my story, but for the full thing, check out Sunday's edition of The Record.

TROY -- The La Salle Institute baseball fans stood and turned their caps inside out in the seventh inning, and just like that, the Cadets began to rally.

La Salle strung together three straight singles with two out in the final frame and Guilderland’s Vinny Tamburello threw two balls to open the at-bat against Cadets catcher Will Remillard.

On the next pitch, Remillard flied out to left field for the final out, as the Suburban Council’s No. 6 seed, Guilderland, posted a wild 7-5 victory over the Cadets in a Section II Class AA semifinal at Joe Bruno Stadium.

Tamburello worked out of bases-loaded jams in the sixth and seventh innings to save the win for Guilderland starter Eddy Pierce. After walking the first batter he faced with the bases loaded in the sixth, Tamburello used a strikeout and a sharp play by third base¬man Tyler Hines to escape otherwise unharmed.

"He has a lot of guts and he has a lot of heart," Guilderland head coach Doug LaValley said of Tamburello, his junior lefthander. "He has ice water running through his veins. He wants the ball. You want a guy out there that isn’t afraid and he’s the guy for us."


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Here is Saturday's roundup, which features the No. 7 seeded Averill Park baseball team winning a big game in the Class A semifinals.

AMSTERDAM – Brothers Dylan and Josh Sprague had the key hits in the final inning Saturday as Averill Park rallied for two runs in the seventh inning and earned a berth in the Section II Class A championship game with a 6-5 victory over South Glens Falls at Shuttleworth Park.
The 10-11 Warriors will battle Ichabod Crane for the Class A title at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Joe Bruno Stadium. Brian Hardy opened the Averill Park seventh with a single and was sacrificed to second by Andrew Fasoldt.
With two out, Dylan Sprague singled home Hardy with the tying run, and after Nick Cioffi singled, Josh Sprague lined a single for the game-winning run.
Cioffi, the third Averill Park pitcher of the game, then struck out all three batters he faced in the bottom of the seventh for his first save.
Cioffi had three hits, including a two-run triple that pulled the Warriors into a 4-4 tie in the fifth inning. Dylan Sprague totaled three hits as well.
Mitch Fearis ripped a two-run triple in the first inning for SGF and catcher Davis Turner hit a solo homer than put the 12-10 Bulldogs ahead 5-4 in the fifth.
Ichabod Crane 7, Burnt Hills 0: Zack Albery doubled and singled to spark the top-seeded Riders to a semifinal victory in Amsterdam.
Bryan Smith chipped in with two singles for Patroon Conference champion Ichabod Crane (21-1).
Keaton Flint doubled and singled for the fifth-seeded Spartans (13-9).

Class AA

Saratoga Springs 4, Colonie 3: The Blue Streaks advanced to Thursday’s Section II championship game against Guilderland.

Class B

Granville 8, Hudson 7: The Golden Horde (19-3) scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to advance to the championship round.
Granville will face Saratoga Catholic on Wednesday at Joe Bruno Stadium at 4 p.m.
Connor Hoagland hit a two-run home run for the Golden Horde, while Jayson Osborne had two hits.
Jared Clark was 3-for-4 with a triple for the Bluehawks.
Saratoga Catholic 11, Mechanicville 3: The Saints eliminated the Red Raiders in a Class B semifinal game.

Class CC

Chatham 8, Schoharie 3: The Panthers topped No. 1 seeded Schoharie in the Class CC semifinals and will face Canajoharie in the finals Tuesday at Joe Bruno Stadium.

Class C

Greenwich 5, Lake George 3: The Witches, the No. 4 seed, upset No. 1 Lake George in a semifinal at the Plumeri Complex in Albany.
Fort Plain 3, Duanesburg 2: The No. 2 seeded Hilltoppers edged No. 3 Duanesburg to clinch a date in Tuesday’s Section II Class C championship game at 4 p.m. at Joe Bruno Stadium.

Class D

Germantown 17, Fort Edward 5: The Clippers, the No. 1 seed, advanced to the Section II title game with a semi¬final win over No. 4 Fort Edward.
Fort Ann 11, Loudonville Christian 4: The Eagles were eliminated in the semifinal round of the Section II playoffs.

Boys Track and Field
Class C: Adam Stewart won two individual events (200-meter dash, 23.1 seconds; long jump, 19-feet-9½ inches) to pace Rensselaer to a third-place finish in the Class C champi¬onship meet at Fort Plain.
Dylan Davis also won the shot put (40-4) for the Rams, which prevailed in the 1,600 relay.
Class CC: Maple Hill won both the boys and girls team championships at Stillwater.
Individual results were not provided.
Whitehall won the meet with 135 points, with Schenectady Christian (132) and Rensselaer completing the top three.

Girls Track and Field

Class C: Roxanne Henningson was a triple winner (800 run, 2:25.6; 1,500 run, 4:49.7; 3,000 run (10:52.7) to spark Greenwich to the team championship.
Keila Judge won the 100 dash (13.1) and Venus Vasquez prevailed in the 100 hurdles (16.9) to pace Rensselaer to a fifth-place team finish.

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