H.S. Softball Roundup: Amsterdam gets past Gloversville, 5-2

MECO – Tessa Filiberto had a two-run triple in the fifth inning to lead Amsterdam to a 5-2 win over Gloversville in a non-league softball game at Meco Ball Park on Monday.

Filiberto finished the game 2-for-4 for the Lady Rams.

Amber Iannotti added a two-run triple in the fifth inning for the Lady Rams, who scored four of their five runs in the frame.

Allie Krohn added a solo home run in the top of the seventh for Amsterdam (6-8 overall), while Ella Dybas had two singles.

Kaitlyn Pierce had three singles for Gloversville (4-11 overall), while Emily Washburn had two singles.

Emily Towne, Shawna Funk and Katie Hauser each had singles for the Huskies.

Amsterdam 5, Gloversville 2

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WP – Puglisi; LP – Stewart.

WAC

OESJ 6, Middleburgh 2

ST. JOHNSVILLE – Caitlyn Handy had two singles and two runs scored to lead Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville to a win over Middleburgh in the WAC Cup semifinals.

Megan Bradt had a double and an RBI for the Lady Wolves, while Kyleigh Hayner and Samantha LaCoppola each had a single and an RBI.

Merari Freeman and Marissa Nellis added singles for Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville.

Leann Clark earned the complete-game win in the circle for the Lady Wolves, striking out 10, walking four and allowing seven hits.

Bailey Wood had a single, double and triple for Middleburgh (9-4 WAC), while Sydni Millum had a double.

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville (12-5 overall, 9-4 WAC) will host Duanesburg on Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the WAC Cup title game.

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 6, Middleburgh 2

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WP – Clark; LP – Coons.

Duanesburg 17, Canajoharie 1

DUANESBURG – Sydney Foland pitched a complete-game three-hitter to lead Duanesburg to a win over Canajoharie in the WAC Cup semifinals.

Devon Hennel had a triple and a single for Duanesburg (17-2 overall, 13-0 WAC), while Alexa Lombardoni had two singles. Libby Aliberti added a two-run double for the Eagles as part of a 10-run fourth inning.

Lauren Balfe had two hits for Canajoharie (9-6 overall, 8-5 WAC), while Brittini Nestle had a double.

Duanesburg will travel to Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville for the WAC Cup title game Wednesday at 3 p.m.

Duanesburg 17, Canajoharie 1

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Casler, Slater (4) and Balfe; Foland and Schettine, Hutchins (5).

Fort Plain 7, Berne-Knox-Westerlo 6

BERNE – Fort Plain scored six of its seven runs over the final four innings to rally for a win over Berne-Knox-Westerlo in a WAC crossover contest.

Fort Plain (6-9 overall, 6-7 WAC) scored twice in the fourth and fifth innings, and once in the sixth and seventh to earn the win.

Fort Plain 7, Berne-Knox-Westerlo 6

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Kennedy and Trombley; Rue and Martin.

Mayfield 14, Mekeel Christian 4

SCOTIA – Jordan Marshall had two singles, a double and three RBIs to lead Mayfield to a win over Mekeel Christian Academy in a WAC crossover contest.

Sydney Benton had a triple, single and five RBIs for Mayfield (6-10 overall, 5-8 WAC), while Kristina Auty had a triple, single and scored three runs. Caitlin Tomlinson had a single, double and an RBI for the Lady Panthers, while Maria Messina and Kiera Davis each had two singles.

Mayfield is scheduled to travel to Sharon Springs on Wednesday for a WAC crossover game at 4:30 p.m.

Galway 17, Sharon Springs 2

GALWAY – Sabrina Williams had a triple and two singles to power Galway to a win over Sharon Springs in a WAC crossover contest.

Ariann Ceroalo had two doubles and a single for Galway (7-6 WAC), while Jessi Freebern had a double and a single.

Joanna Hewitt, Samantha Jackson and Lexie VanArsdal each had singles for Sharon Springs (0-12 WAC).

Galway 17, Sharon Springs 2

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Walker, Handy (4) and VanArsdal; Snyder, Schwab (4) and Larocca, Leahy (4).

Schoharie 7, Saratoga Catholic 6

SCHOHARIE – Kaitlyn Kendle had three hits and the game-winning RBI to lead Schoharie to a win over Saratoga Central Catholic in a Western Athletic Conference crossover game.

Lindsey Vanier also had three hits for Schoharie (10-3 WAC).

Saratoga Catholic slipped to 6-7 in WAC play with the loss.

Schoharie 7, Saratoga Catholic 6

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McCarty and Orsini; Liddle, Kendle (4) and Danthine.

Colonial Council

Schalmont 16, Fonda-Fultonville 0

ROTTERDAM – Lauren Maher pitched a one-hitter to lead Schalmont past Fonda-Fultonville.

Mahar struck out 13 on her way to the complete game victory for the Sabres (13-4 overall, 10-3 Colonial), and also had four hits and five RBIs.

Savanna Liverio had four hits and five RBIs for Schalmont.

Cassandra Egelston had the lone hit for Fonda-Fultonville (3-12 overall, 1-11 Colonial).

Schalmont 16, Fonda-Fultonville 0

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C. Egelston and B. Egelston; Mahar and Dillenbeck.

MVAC

Schroon Lake 13, Wells 0

WELLS – Desiree Laroue had a double, home run and two singles to power Schroon Lake to a win over Wells.

Kiana Fiore had three singles for Schroon Lake. She also earned the win in the circle, pitching a complete-game three hitter.

Erika Foster, Sarah Darling and Alex Brenan each had singles for Wells (1-4 overall, 1-4 MVAC). Chelsea Simons struck out 12 for the Lady Indians.

Schroon Lake 13, Wells 0

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Fiore and Finnerty; Simons and Mayer.

Center State Conference

Cooperstown 15, Dolgeville 2

DOLGEVILLE – Maria Noto went 4-for-4 with a double and two RBIs to power Cooperstown past Dolgeville.

Noto also earned the win in the circle, allowing four hits, striking out 12 and walking none.

Maggie Hall had a home run, triple and a single for Cooperstown, while Christina Noto had two singles. Ellen Vibbard added a double and a single for the Hawkeyes, while Catherine Borgstrom, Jennifer Flynn and Alexie Tsouvas each had two RBIs.

Taylor Brandow, Courtney Rachon, Mercedes Rumrill and Cheyanne Sullivan each had singles for Dolgeville (0-12 overall, 0-9 CSC)

Cooperstown 15, Dolgeville 2

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WP – Noto; LP – Sullivan.