Saturday, June 19, 2010

Local baseball roundup: Saturday, June 19

The home plate umpire rings up Brunswick Buckeyes (Red) catcher John Sodorsky during the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Schenectady/Schoharie Volunteers in Clums Corners. Schenectady/Schoharie won, 5-3. (Vidcaps by Will Montgomery).

I caught the first game of an 18-and-under Eastern New York Travel Ball doubleheader between the Brunswick Buckeyes (Red) and the Schenectady/Schoharie County Volunteers Saturday afternoon in Clums Corners.

Former Tamarac High and current Hudson Valley Community College pitcher Josh Johnson threw 151 gritty pitches over seven innings, but allowed two unearned runs and lost, 5-3 to the Vols.

For a full box score, click on the image below.

I will have a feature story on the team in Tuesday's newspaper. For more on the Buckeyes, including stats and schedules, click over to their website at

The Buckeyes won the nightcap, 6-5.

Brunswick Buckeyes pitcher Josh Johnson throws a pitch during the first game of Saturday's doubleheader. (Click on the pictures for full-size images).

There were also plenty of other games played Saturday. Unfortunately we did not have any room to get the results in the paper, so here they are.

The Troy Renegades' 15-and-under team swept a doubleheader against the Syracuse Storm.

Game One:

Syracuse 000 022 - 4 1 1
Troy 200 062 - 10 7 4
Whitmeyer and Laguzza; McGrath and Gallacchi.

Ryan McGrath struck out 11 and allowed just one hit in the win on the mound, and he added a triple, a single and five RBI at the plate.

Jason Gallacchi chipped in with a triple.

Game Two:

Troy 003 024 4 - 13 15 0
Syracuse 400 200 0 - 6 10 1
Scott and Muller; Laguzza and Cousin.

Kris Muller and Ryan McGrath both hit two-run home runs and singled.

Greg Hotaling tripled and singled and Ian Bennett added a triple and two singles.

The Renegades, who were known as the Spring Renegades in previous seasons, will also be playing in the NABF World Series Classic in Nashville in mid-July. They also hope to qualify for a World Series in Oklahoma later in the summer.

In Eastern New York Connie Mack action, Sorensco topped Coxsackie, 9-6.

SOR (5-3)- 002 311 2- 9 8 0
COX (4-2)- 000 006 0 - 6 8 3
Vooris, Rebhun (6), Bethoney (7) and Quenneville; Whiting, DeVinney (4), Barbour (6), DeLuca (7) and DeLuca, Morehouse (7)

SOR Hightlights:
James Vooris- WP, 6 K's, 3 ER; 2-4, 2B
Justin Rebhun- 2-3, 2B, R
John Stanley- 2B, RBI
Ryan Clarke- 2B, RBI

COX Highlights:
Phil Morehouse- 2-3, 2B, 2 RBI

Anything we're missing out there on the summer baseball front? Please let us know by sending us an email at troyrecordsports AT gmail DOT com.

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