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H.S. Baseball Roundup: Sir Bills rally past Scotia-Glenville, 4-3

JOHNSTOWN – Connor Rodecker finished with two singles and two RBIs to lead Johnstown to a 4-3 win over Scotia-Glenville in a Foothills Council baseball game Monday at Johnstown High School.

The Sir Bills trailed 2-0 after four innings but scored once in the fifth, twice in the sixth and once in the seventh to earn the win.

Ryan Auty had a double for Johnstown, which improved to 10-6 overall and 9-4 in Foothills Council play. Steve Forker added two hits for the Sir Bills.

Dan Zeglen had a double and a single for Scotia-Glenville, which slipped to 10-3 in Foothills play.

Johnstown is scheduled to travel to Scotia-Glenville today for a 4:30 p.m. contest.

Johnstown 4, Scotia-Glenville 3

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Johnstown000 012 1 – 4 10 1

Zeglen and Schaub; Gyldenvand and Caputo.

Broadalbin-Perth 6, Gloversville 4

BROADALBIN – Noah Martin had a home run, single and two RBIs to lead Broadalbin-Perth to a Foothills Council win over Gloversville.

Brett Getman and Joe Zarecki each had two hits for the Patriots, who improved to 5-12 overall and 4-9 in Foothills Council play. Luigi Magliocca, Zach Morreale and Jeremiah Horton each had singles for B-P.

Ben Chase and Zak Funk each had two hits for Gloversville (2-13 overall, 1-12 Foothills), while Zak Frazier, Brad Mulligan, Jordan Himpsl and Anthony Oathout each had singles.

Broadalbin-Perth 6, Gloversville 4

Gloversville000 002 2 – 4 8 2

Broadalbin-Perth301 020 x – 6 9 0

WP – Graham; LP – Chase.

Queensbury 12, Glens Falls 1

QUEENSBURY – Kyle Chambers had three hits and two RBIs to lead Queensbury to a Foothills Council win over Glens Falls at the Morse Athletic Complex.

The win clinched the Foothills Council title for the Spartans.

Ryan Flansburg had three hits and scored three runs for Queensbury (14-4 overall, 13-0 Foothills), while Eric Daley had three hits and scored two runs.

Brett Rodriguez and Hunter Scott each had two RBIs for the Spartans.

Dave Mauro had a single and an RBI for Glens Falls (12-4 overall, 9-4 Foothills), while Clark Wooley and Justin Nolan each had singles.

Queensbury 12, Glens Falls 1

Queensbury 301 142 1 – 12 17 0

Glens Falls 000 000 1 – 1 3 1

WP- Chambers. LP – Corlew.

Hudson Falls 6, South Glens Falls 5, 10 innings

MOREAU – Jacob Lynch had two doubles to lead Hudson Falls to a Foothills Council win over South Glens Falls.

Tom Kiernan had two triples for Hudson Falls (3-10 overall, 2-11 Foothills), while Brad Wood had a double.

Nolan Huntley and Stephen Hubinsky each had home runs for South Glens Falls (6-11 overall, 4-9 Foothills), while Tyler Cogovan had a double.

Hudson Falls 6, South Glens Falls 5, 10 innings

Hudson Falls200 001 000 1 – 6 13 0

South Glens Falls200 120 000 0 – 5 10 2

Kiernan, Henkel (7) and Potter; Hubinsky, Olsen and Brown.

WAC

Fort Plain 5, Saratoga Catholic 4, first game

Saratoga Catholic 7, Fort Plain 3, second game

SARATOGA SPRINGS – In a battle for the Western Athletic Conference North Division lead, Fort Plain and Saratoga Catholic handed each other their first league losses in a doubleheader at Veterans Memorial Park.

Fort Plain scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to win the first game 5-4 before losing the second game, 7-3.

In the first game, Tyler Marsh hit a two-run single in the bottom of the seventh to lift the Hilltoppers to the win.

Aiden VanLoan had a triple for Fort Plain (13-1 overall, 12-1 WAC)

Jacob VanPatten had a double for Saratoga Catholic (12-1 WAC).

In the second game, Joe Schmidt pitched a five-hitter to lead Saratoga Catholic to the win.

Kyle Bailey had three hits for the Saints, while Tim Brizzell had a two-run double as part of a five-run fourth inning.

First game

Fort Plain 5, Saratoga Catholic 4

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Fort Plain 001 020 2 – 5 9 0

O’Reilly, Schmidt (7) and Czarnecki; Heroth and Fureno.

Second game

Saratoga Catholic 7, Fort Plain 3

Fort Plain 011 100 0 – 3 5 1

Saratoga Catholic 001 500 x – 7 9 3

Orologio, Hart (4), Kennedy (6) and Fureno; Schmidt and Czarnecki.

OESJ 7, Canajoharie 4

ST. JOHNSVILLE – Brad Smith pitched a four-hitter to lead Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville to a win over Canajoharie.

Smith struck out 13 on his way to the complete-game win for the Wolves, who improved to 9-6 overall and 8-5 in WAC play.

Dylan Klock and Payten Johnson each had a double and a triple for Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville, while Nick D’Antonino and John Vicciarelli each had two singles.

Buck Anderson had two doubles and three RBIs for Canajoharie (7-7 overall, 6-7 WAC).

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 7, Canajoharie 4

Canajoharie201 010 0 – 4 4 5

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville100 051 x – 7 12 2

Smith and Johnston; Winsman and Ruzkowski.

Galway 12, Mayfield 5

MAYFIELD – Ben Manna had two singles and a double to power Galway to a WAC win over Mayfield.

Tyler Goergen had three singles for the Eagles (7-5 WAC), while Taylor Hartman and Robbie Barone each had a double and a single. Nate Shader added two singles for Galway.

Riley Yager, Matt Messina and Colden Glover all had doubles for Mayfield (1-13 overall, 3-11 WAC), while Alex Colby, Evan King, Bobby Gates and Alex Charbonneau each had singles.

Galway 12, Mayfield 5

Galway 802 100 1 – 12 15 2

Mayfield 014 000 0 – 5 7 3

Hartman and Goergen; Gates, Lair (7) and Yager.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo 11, Duanesburg 6

BERNE – Cory DePeaux had two doubles, a single and three RBIs to power Berne-Knox-Westerlo to a WAC win over Duanesburg.

Maclin Norray had a double, single and three RBIs for the Bulldogs, who improved to 5-8 in WAC play.

Shane Barberis went 3-for-4 for Duanesburg, while Alan Baum had two hits.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo 11, Duanesburg 6

Duanesburg310 002 0 – 6 10 3

Berne-Knox-Westerlo013 061 x – 11 14 4

Rice and Gentile; Norray and O’Connor.

Big 10

Amsterdam 15, Catholic Central 0

AMSTERDAM – Julian Gallup extended his streak without giving up an earned run to 19 innings to lead Amsterdam to a win over Catholic Central.

Amsterdam (10-5 overall, 8-5 Big 10) scored eight runs in the first inning on its way to the win.

Kolbie Glionna was 3-for-3 with a home run for the Rams, while Brady McGillin added a double, single and two RBIs.

Ben Rhodes and Bryan Stanavich each singled twice for Amsterdam.

Bob Martino had a double and a single for Catholic Central (4-11 overall, 4-10 Big 10), while Dan Yankowski had two singles.

Amsterdam 15, Catholic Central 0

Catholic Central 000 000 0 – 0 0 0

Amsterdam 832 002 x – 15 17 0

Hansen, Glaer (2) and Hansen; Gallup, Flint (6), Isabel (7) and Robertshaw, Noce (6).

Colonial Council

Schalmont 9, Fonda-Fultonville 3, first game

Schalmont 17, Fonda-Fultonville 0, second game

FONDA – Fonda-Fultonville lost both ends of its doubleheader with Schalmont.

In the first game, which was played at Fonda-Fultonville, the Braves dropped a 9-3 decision.

In the second contest at Schalmont, the Sabres scored 10 runs in the fifth inning on their way to a 17-0 win.

The Braves slipped to 10-6 overall and 7-6 in Colonial Council play with the losses.

First game

Schalmont 9, Fonda-Fultonville 3

Schalmont003 012 3 – 9 10 0

Fonda-Fultonville000 002 1 – 3 4 3

Capovani, Dufek (7), Musk (7) and Yezzo; Shaw, Myers (6), Baker (7) and Sinicropi.

Second game

Schalmont 17, Fonda-Fultonville 0

Fonda-Fultonville000 000 0 – 0 4 0

Schalmont 021 2(10)2 x – 17 15 0

Valachovic, Calkins (4), Baker (5), O’Kosky (5) and Sinicropi, Bagley (6); Musk and Yezzo.

MVAC

Wells 9, Schroon Lake 6

WELLS – Tyler Peck finished with two hits, including a double, two runs scored and three RBIs to lead Wells to a win over Schroon Lake.

Ty Earley had a single and two RBIs for Wells, while Seth Weaver had two hits and an RBI.

Weaver also improved to 4-0 on the mound for the Indians, striking out 12, walking two and allowing five hits in seven innings of work.

Adrian Collado added a double and two runs scored for Wells (6-0 overall, 6-0 MVAC).

Aidan Finnerty had three hits for Schroon Lake (3-3 overall, 3-3 MVAC).

Wells 9, Schroon Lake 6

Schroon Lake110 040 0 – 6 5

Wells040 032 0 – 9 7

Finnerty, Paradise (5) and Barron; Weaver and Brenan.