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High Schools: Phillips closing in on 700 wins

Saturday, April 19, 2014
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Jesse Heroth pitched a one-hitter, doubled and scored a run Friday as Fort Plain edged Canajoharie in a Western Athletic Conference game, 3-2, giving Hilltoppers’ baseball coach Craig Phillips his 699th win.

Phillips can reach 700 victories Monday when Schoharie travels to Fort Plain. Phillips, in his 39th season with the Hilltoppers, is 699-202 with a state title and nine Section II championships on his resume.

Heroth saw his no-hit bid end in the sixth inning on a single by Jace Fox. The sophomore struck out 12, walked five and gave up one earned run in his second win this year. He also fired a two-hitter with 13 strikeouts in a 5-1 triumph over in the Duanesburg when Fort Plain (2-0, 3-0) opened its season Monday.

Eric Orologio had a double and single for Fort Plain.

Galway scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to tie the game, and then Sam Uline drove in the winning run with the bases loaded in the seventh inning to beat Schoharie, 3-1.

Taylor Hartman and Uline each had two hits for Galway (3-1).

Brett Rodriguez knocked in two runs with a pair of singles and joined two other Queensbury pitchers on a three-hitter as the Spartans beat Johnstown, 4-3, in the Foothills Council.

Rodriguez was the middle man between Zack Parsons and Chris Pontiff.

Joe Marasco had a double for the Spartans. Jon Heroth hit an RBI single and Connor Rodecker had a sacrifice fly for the Sir Bills.

Andrew Corlew had two hits and an RBI, and Pat Burton hurled shutout ball over the final four frames as Glens Falls beat Broadalbin-Perth, 3-2, in 10 innings.

Dave Mauro had a double and single for the Indians. Zach Morreale had two hits for the Patriots, and Joe Zarecki had an RBI double.

Luke Mancini legged out two triples as part of Scotia-Glenville’s 20-hit assault, and the Tartans scored in ever inning in a 20-5 win at South Glens Falls.

Dan Zeglen and Nick Schaub also tripled for the Tartans (4-0, 4-1).

Mercury Mason had a double and three singles to lift Chatham over Watervliet, 11-1, in a non-league game.

Paul Gordon doubled for the Cannoneers.

Joe Duncan and Jake Soucy combined on a one-hitter, and J.T. Sawyer hit a double and single in Hoosic Valley’s 12-0 win against Heatly.

Mac Anderson, Don Espey, Matt Espey and Dan Joslin each added two hits for Hoosic Valley.

Garrett Wright had three singles and three RBI, and Wyatt Whitman came through with a double and two singles to lift Hoosick Falls over Mt. Anthony of Vermont, 12-10.

Greenwich rallied for five runs in the seventh inning to overtake Duanesburg, 6-4.

Steve Mattine doubled twice, singled and drove in a pair of runs to carry Waterford-Halfmoon over Mekeel Christian Academy, 10-8.

The Fordians scored four runs in the first and five more in the sixth.

Mekeel (3-4) was paced by Dan Gregory (two doubles, single, RBI), Rhein Zeronda (double, single, two RBI) and Tyler Guido (two singles).

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

FORT PLAIN 3, CANAJOHARIE 2

Fort Plain 002 001 0 — 3 5 2

Canajoharie 000 000 2 — 2 1 1

Heroth and Fureno; Winsman and Ruzkowski.

GALWAY 3, SCHOHARIE 2

Schoharie 001 001 0 —2 5 1

Galway 000 002 1 —3 5 2

Hartman and Goergan; Brown, Brooks (6) and Barton.

FOOTHILLS COUNCIL

QUEENSBURY 4, JOHNSTOWN 3

Queensbury 300 100 0 — 4 7 3

Johnstown 100 020 0 — 3 3 2

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE 20,

SOUTH GLENS FALLS 5

S-G 119 112 5 — 20 20 5

SGF 030 002 0 —  5  6 6

Talbot, Sarnowski and Schaub; Hubinsky, Dubay, Cogovan and Brown.

GLENS FALLS 3,

BROADALBIN-PERTH 2 (10)

GF 000 001 100 1 — 3 10 2

B-P 101 000 000 0 — 2  6 2

Duell, Burton (7) and unavailable; Martin, Graham (6) and unavailable.

NON-LEAGUE

CHATHAM 11, WATERVLIET 1

Chatham 144 200 0 — 11 12 0

Watervliet 000 100 0 —  1  2 2

O’Connell, Williams (7) and Mason; Sandoval, Burns (2), McCumber (6) and Dockstader.

GRENWICH 6, DUANESBURG 4

Greenwich 100 000 5 — 6 2 3

Duanesburg 100 012 0 — 4 3 3

Peliesco, Barnes (5) and Pratt; Casper, Walter (4), Rice (7) and Largeteau.

HOOSICK FALLS 12, MT. ANTHONY 10

Mt. Anthony 021 311 2 — 10 13 3

Hoosick Falls 000 309 x — 12 14 4

Baker, Babson (6) and Caron; Hitt, Muratorri (4), Whitman (7) and Hodges.

WATERFORD-HALFMOON 10,

MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 8

Waterford 400 150 0 —10 11 2

Mekeel 023 012 0 — 8 10 5

Duffney, Hotaling (6) and Burris; Gregory, Smith (1), Derrico (6), Voelker (6) and Voelker, Zeronda (6).

Softball

LEVESQUE EXCELS

Hunter Levesque tossed a three-hit shutout, striking out 10, and she also belted a pair of triples to help Troy blank Schenectady, 4-0, in a Big 10 softball game.

Breanna Bowen drove in two runs with three singles for 4-0, 5-1 Troy. Lauren Piotrowski’s two hits topped 1-1 Schenectady.

Shenendehowa rallied past Colonie, 12-11, behind Courtney McDonnell’s game-winning RBI in the bottom of the seventh.

Marissa Kirker belted a two-run homer, Erin Buckley doubled and singled twice, and Kelly O’Gorman contributed four singles and three RBI for Shenendehowa. Hannah Mahric belted a three-run homer, and Marisa Sholtes added two singles and scored two runs for the Garnet Raiders.

Tes Bloom plated five runs with a three-run homer and two singles, and Sydney Foland chipped in with two doubles, a single and three RBI, as Duanesburg (5-0), ripped Mayfield, 16-1.

The Eagles pounded out 15 hits. Rachel Gamache added a double and two singles, and Foland also struck out 10 during her two-hitter.

Sydney Stanley produced four hits, including a homer and two doubles, to help Schoharie outslug Galway, 15-13, in another WAC game.

Catherine Borst also homered, and Gabbi Danthine ripped a pair of doubles for Schoharie, which also got two hits apiece from Kaitlyn Kendle and Alex Carvee.

Emily Zawisa and Shelby Suits had two hits each for Galway.

Megan Brodt, Caitlyn Hand and Marissa Nellis drove in two runs apiece to lift Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville past Saratoga Catholic, 7-4.

Winning pitcher Leann Clark struck out eight.

Jocelyn Maher went 3-for-4 with a triple and three RBI, and Liza Orsini added a double and a single for Saratoga Catholic.

Alexis Case drove in four runs with four hits, including a three-run homer, to power Greenwich over Hoosick Falls, 17-2, in the Lansingburgh Invitational.

Kali Nolan, Sabrina Whitehouse and Ali Beck produced two singles each for the Witches.

Hoosick Falls (2-2) was led by Erika Quackenbush with a two-run homer.

BIG 10

TROY 4, SCHENECTADY 0

Troy 011 020 0 — 4 10 0

Schenectady 000 000 0 — 0  3 1

Levesque and Hallett; Rose and DeFruscio.

SUBURBAN COUNCIL

SHENENDEHOWA 12, COLONIE 11

Colonie 100 005 5 — 11  8 3

Shenendehowa 130 120 5 — 12 16 4

Fitzgerald and Nealon; Graves, Young (6), Graves (7) and Piazza.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

SCHOHARIE 15, GALWAY 13

Schoharie 000 074 4 — 15 14 8

Galway 21 020 2 — 13  6 7

Liddle and Danthine; Snyder, Sleight (7) and Larocca.

DUANESBURG 16, MAYFIELD 1

Mayfield 100 00 —  1  2 4

Duanesburg 410 47 — 16 15 1

VanNostrand and Benton; S. Foland and K. Foland.

OESJ 7, SARATOGA CATHOLIC 4

Saratoga Catholic 000 103 0 — 4 7 0

OESJ 022 003 x — 7 7 1

WP-Clark. LP-McCarty.

LANSINGBURGH INVITATIONAL

GREENWICH 17, HOOSICK FALLS 2

Hoosick Falls 000 20 — 2  3 4

Greenwich 836 00 — 17 12 0

WP-Hall. LP-Ellis.

Girls’ lacrosse

streaks fall

Michigan-bound Amanda Flayhan struck for five goals to lift John Jay of Cross River past Saratoga Springs, 11-4, in a non-league game Thursday at Skidmore College.

John Jay (1-4) scored five unanswered goals to break away from a 2-2 tie. Caroline Kelly scored two goals for the Blue Streaks (2-5).

John Jay 5 6 — 11

Saratoga 2 2 —  2

John Jay scoring: Emma Gorman 1-0, Amanda Flayhan 5-1, Dakota Adamec 3-1, Hanna Bocklet 2-0. Saratoga Springs scoring: Molly Kern 1-1, Ann Mahoney 1-0, Caroline Kelly 2-0.

Goalkeepers: John Jay, Abby Silverstein, 3 saves. Saratoga Springs, Zoie Cavotta, 4 saves.

 
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