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Schalmont rallies past Queensbury on Toma’s clutch hit

Sunday, April 7, 2013
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Dom Toma hit a two-out, two-run double in the bottom of the seventh inning Saturday as Schalmont rallied to beat Queensbury, 7-6, in a non-league baseball game.

Toma’s big hit followed Greg Musk’s two-run double as the Sabres scored four runs in the seventh to improve to 2-0.

Andrew Cote also drove in a pair of runs for Schalmont.

Reed Farrier had two hits and drove in a run for 1-1 Queensbury.

Marcus Failing had a double and triple, Dakota Nemecek also had a pair of base hits and Chris Hanifin doubled in two runs as Fort Plain beat Mekeel Christian Academy, 12-2, in a non-league matchup of Western Athletic Conference teams.

Host Voorheesville scored 35 runs and knocked out 36 hits in winning its own invitational.

Mike Young and Nico Church were both 4-for-5 in a 25-2 win over Berne-Knox-Westerlo in the first round, with Young driving in four runs. Church and Alex Minnick (who was 3-for-3) both added three RBI.

Young had another four-hit game as the Blackbirds beat Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk, 10-3, in the championship game.

Young and Church, who doubled and drove in two runs, were named tourney co-MVPs.

Waterford-Halfmoon beat BKW, 16-8, in the consolation game as Austin Duffney went 3-for-5 with three RBI.

Kyle Gibbs had a grand slam for the Bulldogs.

Mohonasen managed just one hit, but posted a 5-1 win over Broadalbin-Perth.

Sam Flood had the lone hit for the Mighty Warriors, with Dmitri Aldershoff and Jordan Cotton driving in runs.

A.J. Klemczak had a pair of hits for the Patriots.

Tyler Vice drove in six runs and had one of four of his team’s home runs as Shenendehowa took Albany, 26-4.

Justin Yurchak also homered, and drove in five runs for the Plainsmen, who also had Matt Drum and Chris Miller hit homers.

Ray Ousterhaust’s suicide squeeze plated the winning run in the sixth inning as Colonie edged Pittsfield (Mass.), 6-5.

Alex Luizzi worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the seventh to preserve the win.

Max Carey had a pair of hits, and Kevin Napier doubles as Cohoes slipped past Corinth, 3-2. Greg Kelly hit a double for the Tomahawks.

Cody Gaines hit three singles and scored three runs as Hoosick Falls beat Maple Hill, 7-2.

NON-LEAGUE

SCHALMONT 7, QUEENSBURY 6

Queensbury 122 000 1 — 6 5 2

Schalmont 200 100 4 — 7 9 2

Parsons, Rodriguez (3), Marasco (7) and Farrier; Hamilton, Capovani (6), Wignot (7) and Yezzo.

FORT PLAIN 12, MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 2

Mekeel Christian 020 000 0 —  2  3 1

Fort Plain 301 152 x — 12 11 3

Kelly, Perron (5) and Zeronda; Hanifinm Harris (7) and Sweet.

MOHONASEN 5, BROADALBIN-PERTH 1

Broad.-Perth 010 000 0 — 1 4 5

Mohonasen 000 230 x — 5 1 2

Hemstreet, A. Visco (5), M.Visco (6) and Gordon; Beck and Galvin.

SHENENDEHOWA 26, ALBANY

Shenendehowa 466 330 4 — 26 24 0

Albany 020 000 2 —  4  9 4

WP — Geisel. LP — Morelli.

COLONIE 6, PITTSFIELD (MASS.) 5

Pittsfield 000 401 0 — 5 5 3

Colonie 000 042 x — 6 6 2

Bearup, Joyce (5), Duka (6) and Repko; Nicholson, Bassotti (4), Clark (6), Luizzi (7) and McKay.

COHOES 3, CORINTH 2

Corinth 001 000 1 — 2 2 1

Cohoes 101 010 x — 3 5 3

HOOSICK FALLS 7, MAPLE HILL 2

Hoosick Falls 001 024 0 — 7 8 2

Maple Hill 000 110 0 — 2 3 2

J.Brogue, Pine (7) and L,Brogue; Butler, T.Hall (4), Kolb (6), Smith (7) and Miller.

BETHLEHEM 4, CBA 2

CBA 001 010 0 — 2 6 2

Bethlehem 000 400 x — 4 8 2

BLACKBIRD INVITATIONAL

First round

RAVENA-COEYMANS-SELKIRK 10, WATERFORD-HALFMOON 2

Waterford 002 000 0 —  2  6 2

Ravena 315 010 x — 10 11 2

Castle, Hotaling (4) and Dilbone; Thompson, Nooney (5) and Pennock.

VOORHEESVILLE 25, BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO 2

BKW 000 020 0 —  2  1 4

Voorheesville 516 256 x — 25 25 1

Hurst, Depeaux (4) and O’Connor; Singh, Esposito (6) and Paigo.

Consolation

WATERFORD-HALFMOON 16, BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO 8

BKW 003 500 0 —  8  5 2

Waterford 232 307 x — 18 14 1

Gibbs, Hurst (6) and O’Connor; Duffney, Matin (7) and Dilbone.

Championship

VOORHEESVILLE 10, RAVENA-COEYMANS-SELKIRK 3

Ravena 000 000 3 —  3  8 1

Voorheesville 302 023 x — 10 11 3

Alverson, Boomhower (4) and Thompson; Guerette, Gallager (7) and Paigo.

FRIDAY

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

BETHLEHEM 6, GUILDERLAND 5

Bethlehem 000 030 3 — 6  5 0

Guilderland 001 112 x — 5 10 5

Miller, Rarick (4) and Peatfield; Lima, Goebel (5), Pierce (7) and Bowers.

Lacrosse

SPARTANS ROLL

Ryan Conway and Braden

Kietzman both had three goals and three assists as Queensbury downed Troy, 17-4, in a non-league boys’ game.

QUEENSBURY 17, TROY 4

Queensbury 5 8 3 1 — 17

Troy 0 1 0 3 —  4

Queensbury scoring: Ryan Conway 3-3, Braden Kietzman 3-3, Ben Willows 3-1, Mike Carpenter 2-3, Colin Gaunt 2-1, Ted Nolan 1-0, Kolin Kristel 1-0, Shay Benedetto 1-1, Zoran Morrell 1-1, Tyler Raymond 0-1, Drew Wilson 0-1, Dylan Borowski 0-1. Troy scoring: Braun 1-0, Littlejohn 1-0, Nealeon 1-1, Wroebel 1-0.

Goalkeepers: Queensbury, Kade Kirby, 7 saves. Troy, Episcopo, 7 games; Watts, 2 saves.

Softball

PANTHERS WIN TOURNEY

Erika Quackenbush turned in two strong pitching efforts to help Hoosick Falls win the Lansingburgh Invitational

Quackenbush threw a three-hitter as the Lady Panthers beat the hosts, 4-1, in the first round, then teamed with Alyssa Ellis on to beat Catholic Central, 8-3, in the championship game.

Sarah Heimbach threw a one-

hitter, and both Carolin Strasswimmer and Easton Murray drove in three runs as Greenwich defeated Lansingburgh, 18-1, in the consol­ation game.

Murray had four hits, including a double. Leah Foster also had three hits.

LANSINGBURGH TOURNAMENT

First round

HOOSICK FALLS 4, LANSINGBURGH 1

Hoosick Falls 003 010 0 — 4 6 0

Lansingburgh 000 010 0 — 1 3 2

Consolation

GREENWICH 18, LANSINGBURGH 1

Greenwich 213 624 0 — 18 20 1

Lansingburgh 000 100 0 —  1  1 2

Heimbach and Linnett; Connally and Fredette.

Championship

HOOSICK FALLS 8, CATHOLIC CENTRAL 3

Hoosick Falls 110 041 0 — 8 11 0

Catholic Central 001 001 1 — 3  7 2

Wrestling

KELLEY FOURTH

Shenendehowa senior Nick Kelley finished fourth at 132 pounds at the FloWrestling Nationals at Ind­iana (Pa.) University.

Kelley, who won a state high school championship in February, had a major decision, two pins and a technical fall before losing to Oregon state champ Tyler Berger, 10-4, in the quarterfinals.

Kelley dropped a 7-6 decision to Michigan state third-place finisher Jordan Oliver in the bronze-medal match. Kelley pinned Oliver in the quarterfinals.

 
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