Gar­net Raiders squeeze for the Colonie Cup

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COLONIE CUP COLONIE 2, SHAKER 1>> Colonie’s Mike Lav­i­gna’s sui­cide squeeze scored Ryan McGee with the win­ning run in the 10th in­ning Satur­day af­ter­noon and when com­bined with an ear­lier win over Shaker, the Gar­net Raiders win the first-ever Colonie Cup. Shaker 100 000 000 0 - 1 4 1 Colonie 000 001 000 1 - 2 5 0 Colonie: Toms, McKenna (3), Corona ( 7) and Parker. Shaker: Jue­son, Ma­honey (6), Robin (9) and Ben­nett. COLONIE 3, CBA 2>> A three­run fourth in­ning pro­pelled the Gar­net Raiders past Chris­tian Brothers Academy in the open­ing round of the Colonie Cup Sat- ur­day. Ryan McGee and Devin Kruzin­ski each had a pair of hits with Billy New­comb hit­ting a two-run dou­ble in the fourth in­ning. CBA 200 000 0 - 2 4 0 Colonie 000 300 0 - 3 10 1 Pitch­ing: CBA - Juerus and Ze­browski. Colonie - Fusco, Mone­santi (3), Lawyer (6) and But­ton. COLUMBIA 9, BETHLEHEM 5 >> The Blue Devils ex­ploded for six runs in their half of the fifth in­ning Satur­day af­ter­noon for the Sub­ur­ban Coun­cil win. Wil­lie Terell earned the win, com­ing on in re­lief in the fifth in­ning.

Zach El­dred and Danny Wat­son both hit home runs for Columbia.

Danny Wat­son went 3-for-4 with two runs and two RBI, Zach El­dred went 2-for-3with two runs scored and an RBI and Matt LaHera went 1-for-1with a run and two RBI.

Bethlehem 102 002 0 - 5 8 1 Columbia 201 060 X - 9 11 3 2B: (COL) Wat­son, LaHera, Fortin, Her­nan­dez. HR: (COL) El­dred, Wat­son. SB: (BC) Taranto, Nash, Turner. (COL) By­den­burgh. Pitch­ing: (BC) Sausto, Nash (5), McGinn (5), Mon­talvo (6). (COL) Fortin, Nus­baum (4), Terell (6), Nista ( 7). BURNT HILLS 4, SOUTH GLENS FALLS 2>> A three run first in­ning was enough for Burnt Hills-Ball­ston Lake starter Dy­lan Beaulac Satur­day af­ter­noon in non-league ac­tion. Evan Bow­ers went 2-for-4with a triple, Derek Haughey went 2-for-4with a dou­ble and Nate Katz de­liv­ered a 2-for-4day with a pair of dou­bles for the Spar­tans. Smith went 1-for-2with two RBI and two walks. Cor­lew went 1-for-2with two walks for the Bull­dogs. Burnt Hills 300 000 1 - 4 South Glens Falls 000 000 2 - 2 Pitch­ing: (BH) Beaulac and Haughey. (SGF) Smith, Co­hoen (4) and Scott. CHATHAM 10, TAMARAC 9>> Chatham scored four runs in the bot­tom of the eighth-in­ning, ral­ly­ing from a 9-7deficit against Tamarac. The Ben­gals Jake Scharnott went 3-for-4 with three runs scored and two RBI. Tris­tan Nemjo made his lone hit count, a solo home run giv­ing him four RBI on the day. Jack Mul­li­gan was 2-for-4with a run scored and an RBI. Tamarac 110 400 03 - 9 Chatham 000 510 04 - 10 2B: ( TAM) Jake Scharnott (2), (CH) Cur­tis Buchan, Kaleb Tay­lor. HR: ( TAM) Tris­tan Nemjo. SB: (CH) Cur­tis Buchan (2), Kaleb Tay­lor, Hunter Sher­riff (2), Ryan Doyle, Thomas Van Tas­sel (2), Caleb Doyle. Pitch­ing: ( TAM) Michael Gen­dron, Ryan Derby (4). (CH) Thomas Van Tas­sel, Kaleb Tay­lor (6).

CANONICA CLAS­SIC Alec Yager was the 12th an­nu­cal Canonica Clas­sic MVP with Nick But­ler, Con­nor Hall and Tyler Han­ra­han earn­ing all-tour­na­ment hon­ors. Maple Hill sports a 7-1early sea­son record with Con­nor Hall and Alec Yager both sport­ing 3-0records.

MAPLE HILL 13, CAM­BRIDGE 0>> Maple Hill ex­ploded for an 8-0sixth in­ning to break open the con­test and tacked on four more in the fi­nal frame. Nick But­ler went 3-for-4 with three runs and Kyle Ted­ford added his own 3-for-4day with a run and two RBI. Tyler Han­ra­han went 2-for-4with a pair of runs scored and three RBI. Maple Hill 001 008 4 - 13 10 2 Cam­bridge 000 000 0 - 0 1 4 2B: (MH) Nick But­ler, Alec Yager. SB: (MB) Nick But­ler. (CAM) Ogilvie. Pitch­ing: Maple Hill - Con­nor Hall, Austin Ohl ( 7). Cam­bridge - Robert­son, Epler (6), Spiezio ( 7), Ogilvie ( 7).

BOYS LACROSSE

CBA 8, SUFFERN 6>> CBA edged Suffern 8-6in a non­league out-of-sec­tion tilt Satur­day. Scor­ing: Suffern - Bon­aquist 3 goals, 0 as­sists, Menicci 2-1, Lloyd 1- 0. CBA - Smith 1-1, Aery 1-3, McMa­hon 2- 0, Pem­rick 2- 0, Dale Ham­mond 1- 0, Mesick 1-2, Me­ola 0-1, Dy­lan Van Epps 0-1. CBA 2132-8 Suffern 1212-6 Goalies: Suffern - Clark 10 saves, CBA:Tedesco 16 saves. KINGSTON 13, COLUMBIA 8>> Owen Ste­fanko scored four goals and Shane Wy­man along with John Hawkins each tal­lied

a pair of goals and an as­sist in the non-league, out-of­sec­tion loss. Scor­ing: Columbia - Shane Wy­man 2 goals, 1 as­sist, John Hawkins -2-1. Ai­dan Hickey 0-1. Owen Ste­fanko 4- 0, Tyler Williams 0-1. Kingston - Josh Tim­brouck 1- 0, Justin Longo 0-2. Jack Uhl 2- 0, Ai­dan Lo­bianco 1- 0, Drew Carpino 2- 0, Matt Amato 1- 0, John Prizzi 1- 0, Parker Chap­man 1-1. Tan­ner Me­jias 1- 0., Kevin Collins 1- 0, Ty Carpino 2- 0. Columbia 4211-8 Kingston 2 4 5 2 - 13 Goalie saves: Columbia - Matt Deyette 12 saves, Kingston - Nick Bre­i­thaupt - 7. SHENENDEHOWA 15, BURNT HILLS 9>> Pat Nagy scored six goals for the Plains­men in the Sub­ur­ban Coun­cil tilt Satur­day morn­ing. Burnt Hills 0243-9 Shenendehowa 7 4 2 2 -15 Scor­ing: Burnt Hills - Bach 2 goals, 0 as­sists, Le­van 2- 0, McHer­ron 2-1, Adams 0-2, Mueller 1- 0, Agony 1- 0, Wolfe 1-1. Shenendehowa - Nagy 6- 0. Can­non 1-2, Hill 1- 0, Bruhns 1- 0, Liguori 3-2, Mahkatadze 0- 4, Beach 0-1, Hyde 2-1. Goalie save: Burnt Hills - Ser­ifini 17. Shenendehowa - Olsen 13, Scavo 1. QUEENSBURY 16, LASALLE 9>> Queensbury de­feated La Salle In­sti­tute, 16-9, in the 21st meet­ing be­tween the pro­grams. The vic­tory ex­tends the Spar­tans (6-1) win streak to six games.

LaSalle’s Sam Haita had four goals and an as­sist in the loss with Corbin LaFleur adding a pair of goals and as­sists. LaSalle 3115-9 Queensbury 4 1 7 4 - 16 Scor­ing: La Salle - Sam Haita 4 goals, 1 as­sist, Corbin LaFleur 2-2, Se­bas­tian Geiger 2-1, N. Zalucky 1- 0. Queensbury - Sean Collins 5-3, Alex Chirg­win 5-1, Daw­son LaLuna 4-1, Paul Wright 1-2, Sam Benedetto 1-1, Nico Mat­tia 0-2, Liam O’Mara 0-1, Mark Shevlin 0-1. Goalies-Saves: LaSalle - 16. Queensbury - Cole Car­pen­ter 3, Kellen Gan­non 1. SHAKER 22, AVER­ILL PARK 1>> Shaker ex­ploded for an eight-goal open­ing quar­ter and tacked on nine more in the sec­ond to put the Sub­ur­ban Coun­cil con­test away early. An­drew O’Con­nor had four goals and two as­sists in the win with Jack Cheney tack­ing on four more goals with three as­sists. Luke Julien pro­vided three goals and five as­sists. Shaker 8 9 3 2 - 22 Aver­ill Park 0010-1 Scor­ing: Shaker - An­drew O’Con­nor 4-2, Jack Cheney 4-3, Luke Julien 3-5, Ai­dan Feurer 2- 0, Amos Grimm 1-1, Ian Shelmer­dine 0-1, Lo­gan Souza 1- 0, Sean Mclean 0-1, Zane Radz 2- 0, Will Pepe 2- 0, Thomas Kearins 2- 0, Jack Alvey 1- 0. Aver­ill Park - Matt Ken­neally 1- 0, Nick Gelder 0-1. Goalie saves: Shaker - Sam Nel­son 1, Dom Co­tugno 4, Cole Rine­hart 3.

SOFT­BALL

MAPLE HILL 8, AM­S­TER­DAM 3>> Maple Hill’s

Alysa Hough­tal­ing and tour­na­ment MVP earned the com­plete cham­pi­onship game win, go­ing seven in­ning scat­ter­ing six hits and giv­ing up two earned runs. She walked five and struck out 11from the cir­cle. At the plate, she was 2-for-4with a home run and two RBI. All-tour­ney team se­lec­tion Lilly Ted­ford was 1-for-3 with two RBI. Paige Bleau was 2-for-4with a triple and two RBI along with Elis­a­beth Brahm go­ing 2-for-4with two RBI. Still­wa­ter’s Kylie Wel­come and Water­vliet’s Jes­sica Senecal were both named to the All-Tour­na­ment Team. Maple Hill 202 030 1 - 8 12 3 Am­s­ter­dam 000 010 2 - 3 6 1 MAPLE HILL 8, STILL­WA­TER 2>> Open­ing the Maple Hill Tour­ney in the cir­cle,

Alysa Hough­tal­ing earned the com­plete game win, scat­ter­ing five hits, walk­ing two and strik­ing out eight. At the plate she went 3-for-4with an RBI. Emily Burns and Lilly Ted­ford each went 1-for-3with multi-RBI games. Still­wa­ter’s Kylie Wel­come went six in­nings and gave up 10hits, three earned runs, walk­ing two and strik­ing out three. A. Bow­leris was 2-for-4with four RBI. Still­wa­ter 000 011 0 - 2 5 Maple Hill 320 102 X - 8 10 2

In the open­ing round, Am­s­ter­dam dropped Water­vliet 16-1. The Can­noneers dropped Still­wa­ter, 3-2in the con­so­la­tion fi­nal.

SARATOGA CATHOLIC 16, STILL­WA­TER 4>> Saints hurler Molly O’Reilly earned the win in the cir­cle and the plate, go­ing 3-for4with there RBI in Fri­day’s 16-4win Fri­day on the road at Still­wa­ter. Ju­lia Mur­dick went 4-for-5with three sin­gles and dou­ble and five RBI. Emy Mur­ray went 2-for-3with an RBI and a walk. Vic­to­ria Alvord went 2-for-4with a dou­ble and an RBI. Saratoga Catholic 925 00X - 16 15 2 Still­wa­ter 002 02X - 4 4 1 CATHOLIC CEN­TRAL 5, HOLY NAMES 0>> Sami Allen led Catholic Cen­tral with her 3-for-4day with a dou­ble, triple and two RBI. Erin Kel­ley went 2-for-3 with two runs scored, an RBI and walk with Ke­gan Nadeau’s 2-for-4af­ter­noon with a run scored.

Jane Field earned the win in thee cir­cle, pitch­ing a one-hit com­plete game with three walks and 13 strike­outs. CATHOLIC CEN­TRAL 100 021 1 - 5 10 HOLY NAMES. 000 000 0 - 0 1

TEN­NIS

BALL­STON SPA 8, MOHONASEN 1>> The Scot­ties re­mained un­de­feated this spring, win­ning 8-1against Mohonasen in Sub­ur­ban Coun­cil ac­tion Satur­day. BALL­STON SPA 8, MOHONASEN 1 1S: David Ma­her(Mohonasen) d. Jeremy Obrecht(Ball­ston Spa) 6- 0, 6-2; 2S: Pierce Doud(Ball­ston Spa) d. Kyle Ben­nett(Mohonasen) 6-2, 6-1; 3S: Thomas Gen­tile(Ball­ston Spa) d. Nathaniel Finke(Mohonasen) 6-1, 6- 0; 4S: Nick Good­win(Ball­ston Spa) d. Ja­cob Ahrens(Mohonasen) 6- 0, 6- 4; 5S: Joe Luger(Ball­ston Spa) d. Oliver Pres­son(Mohonasen) 6-2, 6-2; 6S: De­fault(Ball­ston Spa) d. For­feit(Mohonasen) 6- 0, 6- 0; 1D: Remy Canales & Da­mon Schroter(Ball­ston Spa) d. Zach Car­pen­ter & Nicholas Rivera(Mohonasen) 6-2, 6- 4; 2D: De­fault & De­fault(Ball­ston Spa) d. For­feit & For­feit(Mohonasen) 6- 0, 6- 0; 3D: De­fault & De­fault(Ball­ston Spa) d. For­feit & For­feit(Mohonasen) 6- 0, 6- 0 GUILDERLAND 9, CBA 0>> The Dutch­men swept Chris­tian Brothers Academy in straight sets from sin­gles through dou­bles Satur­day morn­ing. Guilderland 9, CBA 0 1S: Matt Swin­tek(Guilderland) d. Spencer Smith(Chris­tian Brothers) 6- 0, 6- 0; 2S: Jin Shang(Guilderland) d. Brandon Henges(Chris­tian Brothers) 6- 0, 6- 0; 3S: Owen Liu(Guilderland) d. Nate Raia(Chris­tian Brothers) 6- 0, 6-2; 4S: Jef­fery Li(Guilderland) d. John Dai­ley(Chris­tian Brothers) 6- 0, 6-1; 5S: David Gong(Guilderland) d. Alex Gon­za­lez(Chris­tian Brothers) 6- 0, 6- 0; 6S: De­fault(Guilderland) d. Brian Tucker(Chris­tian Brothers) 6- 0, 6- 0; 1D: Srikar Gana­p­athi­raju & Gabe Span­bauer(Guilderland) d. Noah Ryan & An­thony Zac­caria(Chris­tian Brothers) 6- 0, 6- 0; 2D: Michel Ab­del­malek & Jon Mad­ina(Guilderland) d. Kyle Shanno & Matt Pat­ter­son(Chris­tian Brothers) 6- 0, 6- 0; 3D: De­fault & Sid­harth Shamshabad(Guilderland) d. Colin Pa­tri­celli & Glen Sauter(Chris­tian Brothers) 6- 0, 6- 0.

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