H.S. Softball Roundup: Hudson Falls sweeps Broadalbin-Perth

HUDSON FALLS – Hudson Falls swept a Foothills Council softball doubleheader from Broadalbin-Perth on Monday.

The Tigers won the first game, 4-0, and the second game, 6-0.

Tanner Barton picked up the win in the circle in both games. Barton pitched a one-hitter in the first game, and a two-hitter in the second game.

Barton struck out 12 hitters in each contest.

In the first game, Melanie Cook had an RBI single for the Tigers, while Geneva Strong had two hits. Kylie Tripp added a triple for Hudson Falls

In the second game, Kylie Tripp went 2-for-4 with two RBIs for Hudson Falls (5-4 Foothills)

Broadalbin-Perth slipped to 1-7 overall and 1-6 in Foothills Council play with the losses.

First game

Hudson Falls 4, Broadalbin-Perth 0

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WP – Barton; LP – Oare.

Second game

Hudson Falls 6, Broadalbin-Perth 0

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Hudson Falls102 010 2 – 6 6 0

WP – Barton; LP – Traver.

Queensbury 14, Gloversville 0

QUEENSBURY – Taylor Clarke had a home run and three RBIs to lead Queensbury to a Foothills Council win over Gloversville.

Katie Shevlin was 2-for-3 with a triple for Queensbury (6-4 overall, 5-3 Foothills), while Amy Zuccaro pitched a five-hitter to earn the win in the circle.

Katlyn Pierce had two hits for Gloversville (3-9 overall, 2-7 Foothills).

Queensbury 14, Gloversville 0

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Glens Falls 21, Johnstown 3

QUEENSBURY – Rachel Lashway and Kirsti Blow combined to throw a one-hitter to lead Glens Falls to a Foothills Council win over Johnstown at the Morse Athletic Complex.

Ali Battease had a single, double and four RBIs for Glens Falls (7-6 overall, 6-3 Foothills), while Abby Casey and Blow each had a single and two RBIs.

Jackie Claburn took the loss for Johnstown (1-10 overall, 1-8 Foothills).

Glens Falls 21, Johnstown 3

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WP – Lashway; LP – Claburn.

South Glens Falls 3, Scotia-Glenville 1

MOREAU – Amber Bourdeau pitched a three-hitter to lead South Glens Falls to a win over Scotia-Glenville.

Emily Sharpe and Jill Ostrander each went 2-for-3 for the Bulldogs, who handed the Tartans their first league loss of the season. Sharpe had a home run for South Glens Falls (9-2 overall, 7-1 Foothills), while Ostrander had a triple.

Jen Mayette had an RBI single for Scotia-Glenville (8-1 overall, 7-1 Foothills)

South Glens Falls 3, Scotia-Glenville 1

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Mayette and Melanson; Bourdeau and Sharp.

WAC

Duanesburg 8, Schoharie 1

SCHOHARIE – Rachel Gamache smacked three home runs, and finished with six RBIs to lead Duanesburg to a win over Schoharie.

The victory wrapped up the 13th consecutive WAC South Division title for the Eagles.

Sydney Foland threw a three-hitter for Duanesburg (13-2 overall, 11-0 WAC), while Tori Power had a double and a single.

Rachel Randazzo had a double for Schoharie (7-3 WAC).

Duanesburg 8, Schoharie 1

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Foland and Schettine; Kendle and Danthine.

Saratoga Catholic 12, Berne-Knox-Westerlo 0

BERNE – Emily McCarty pitched a three-hitter to lead Saratoga Central Catholic to a win over Berne-Knox-Westerlo.

McCarty struck out eight on her way to the complete-game win. She also had two doubles and three RBIs at the plate for the Saints (5-7 overall, 5-6 WAC).

Liza Orsini and Amelia Bielefeld each had two RBIs for Saratoga Catholic, which had 24 hits in the game.

Saratoga Catholic 12, Berne-Knox-Westerlo 0

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McCarty and Orsini; Rue and Horlacher.

Colonial Council

Holy Names 14, Fonda-Fultonville 1

ALBANY – Megan Scott had three hits to lead Holy Names to a win over Fonda-Fultonville.

Sophie Billie threw a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts for Holy Names.

Cassandra Egelston had a triple for Fonda-Fultonville (2-9 overall, 0-8 Colonial).

Holy Names 14, Fonda-Fultonville 1

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Center State Conference

Herkimer 18, Dolgeville 0

DOLGEVILLE – McKenzie Pine pitched a no-hitter to lead Herkimer to a win over Dolgeville.

Brittany Hunter had a double and a triple for the Magicians, while Joy Williams and Krista Green each had triples. Brianna Parks had a double for Herkimer.

Dolgeville slipped to 0-7 overall with the loss.

Herkimer 18, Dolgeville 0

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WP – Pine; LP – Sullivan.

Non-league

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 8, Sharon Springs 7

SHARON SPRINGS – Leann Clark had two singles, a double and four RBIs to lead Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville rallied past Sharon Springs in a non-league contest.

Kyleigh Hayner finished with two singles and three RBIs for OESJ (11-2 overall).

Renee Handy had two RBIs for the Lady Spartans, while Morgan Daigneault each had a single and an RBI.

The teams also finished the suspended championship game of the Lady Spartans tournament, with Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville posting an 11-6 win.

Caitlyn Handy had two triples and five RBIs for the Lady Wolves, while Hayner and Marissa Nellis each had a hit and two RBIs.

Kara VanArsdal, Shay Walker, Hallie Trigg, Janel Cross and Renee Handy each had one hit and an RBI for the Spartans.

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville’s Sam LaCoppola was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player, while Caitlyn Handy, Merari Freeman and Aryn Feagles were named to the all-tournament team for the Lady Wolves.

Renee Handy, VanArsdal and Walker earned all-tourney honors for Sharon Springs.

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 8, Sharon Springs 7

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Sharon Springs012 220 – 7 5 1

LaCoppolla, Clark (5) and Handy, LaCoppola (5); Sydow, Daignault (4) and VanArsdal.

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 11, Sharon Springs 6

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Sharon Springs030 030 0 – 6 5 4

LaCoppola and Handy; Walker, Shaw (6) and VanArsdal.