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2024 Results for Section 2 Baseball


Here are the most⁤ recent results from Section 2 baseball games:


In a non-league game, Niskayuna ​triumphed over Shaker with a score of 5-3. Martin ‌Ryan was the star of the game for Niskayuna, contributing four hits and two RBIs. Cam Grasso and ⁣Matthew Hand ⁢also performed well, each securing two ⁢hits. David Sardella and Beckett Haughney⁤ each added an RBI, while Alex Kerr secured the win in relief.


Mechanicville claimed a‍ 7-3 Wasaren League victory over Stillwater, thanks to Chris Couser’s complete-game three-hitter with six​ strikeouts. Will Coreno had a strong game for‌ Mechanicville, going 3 for 5 with a double and two RBIs. Couser also contributed a two-run single.

Greenwich dominated Hoosic Valley with ⁢a 14-1 victory, ⁢scoring ⁤eight runs in the top of the⁤ seventh inning.⁢ Ryan Ingber had a double, single and three RBIs, while Owen‍ Brockway also doubled and drove in two.⁣ Max Anatriello contributed a double, two singles and three RBIs.

Connor King was the standout for⁢ Hoosic Valley, with a single, ‌double and RBI.

In a Western Athletic Conference ‍matchup, Galway blanked Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons 16-0 in five innings. Tanner Bernard ⁣and Carson Eagan combined for the pitching shutout. Bernard also tripled and had three RBIs. Thomas LaMoy doubled and had three RBIs. Seth Kenyon also had​ three‌ RBIs. D’Anthony DeLoreto led the‍ Golden Knights with a single and a walk.

In a non-league game, Colonie narrowly defeated Kingston 3-2. Brendan Shea ⁢went 2 for 3 with two runs, while ⁢Carter Hufland was 2 for 3 ⁤with an RBI. Nate Figueroa tripled and had an RBI.


Schoharie secured⁢ a 9-1 Western Athletic ⁣Conference victory over OESJ. Eddison Wayman-Bender led the Storm with three hits, including a double. Emmett Gagnon⁣ had a triple⁣ for ⁣Schoharie, and Isaac ⁤Gagnon⁢ had two singles. Emmett⁤ Gagnon pitched 5 1-3 innings, allowing​ just two hits, while collecting eight strikeouts.


Guilderland overcame Albany with a 6-4 Suburban Council victory, thanks ​to a big fifth inning. Kyler Ackert had⁣ two singles and a RBI for Guilderland, and Christian Walsh⁤ had a RBI double. Brandon Degener earned his first varsity⁤ win, after allowing one run over three innings, while recording four strikeouts. Albany’s Tommy Bishop had an impressive game, going 3-for-3​ with two home ‌runs and four RBIs.

Averill Park ⁢defeated Scotia-Glenville 5-2 in non-league action on Tuesday. Jeg⁢ Sansone started ⁤for Averill Park and went 6 2-3 innings before allowing a hit. Overall, he allowed one hit, two runs, one⁤ earned, with five walks and nine strikeouts. Jack Behan came ‌on for ⁤the last out to get the save. Blake Kilgallon went⁤ 2-for-4 with a double and RBI for the Warriors. Hayden Sladowski had the lone hit, and⁣ an RBI,⁤ for Scotia-Glenville.

Columbia earned a 6-1 victory over Queensbury, after putting up four runs in⁣ the top of the third. Sean Boniface had⁢ two doubles for the Blue Devils, while Steven Heller, Ronan Kreshik, Ascher Meilon⁣ and Cole Mellen all had triples. Nolan Romanowski allowed one run and four hits over four innings. He struck out 10, picking up the win.⁤ For Queensbury, Josh Roberts was ‍1-for-2 with a walk, and Luke Mootz RBI sacrifice fly.

In the Western Athletic Conference, Schoharie‌ defeated Galway 6-1, as Edison Waymen and Isaac ‌Gagnon combined to no-hit Galway. ‍Waymen struck ⁢out 10 over five innings, ‌while Gagnon recorded‌ three strikeouts in two innings ‍for Schoharie. ⁤Lawrence Zuefle had two hits and two ⁤RBIs‌ at the plate. Galway’s Tyler Friedman struck ‍out seven over four innings of work, while Tanner Bernard recorded eight strikeouts in three innings.

Chatham picked up a ⁣13-0 non-league mercy rule⁤ win over Duanesburg.⁢ Logan Smalley tossed four no-hit innings, ​with eight strikeouts, and Tate Van Alstyne was 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBIs.

Hoosic Valley used an 11-run sixth inning to ‍mount a miraculous comeback, going on to defeat ​Voorheesville 16-15 on a walk-off single by Dem Neary in the bottom of the seventh.Austin Brown, Craig D’Avella and Jimmy Johnson all had two hits for the Hoosic Valley.


Mechanicville brought home⁣ a⁣ 3-2 victory in extra innings in a non-league battle against Saratoga Springs on Monday. ⁤In the top of the eighth, Scotty Lynch drove home the go-ahead run to take a 3-2 lead.

Chris Croucher started for Mechanicville⁢ and⁣ went ‍six innings. He allowed one run on four hits, with five strikeouts. Will Coreno picked up the win in two innings of relief, allowing one run on two hits, with a pair of strikeouts.

At the plate, Cruz Goverski had a double and two RBIs for Mechanicville, while Brady Mills and Pat‌ McKinley each had two hits ⁣for the Blue Streaks.

Schuylerville ⁢topped Averill Park 7-2, as Brenden Steinberg threw five innings and allowed just one hit and an ⁤unearned run, with three strikeouts. Alex Renner and Trevor French each went 2-f0r-3 with RBIs for Schuylerville. Tim Thomas was 1-for-3 with an RBI for Averill​ Park.

Coxsackie-Athlens battled to a 3-2 walk-off⁣ victory over Stillwater. After Adam ‌Slater hit a solo home run in the sixth inning, in the bottom of the seventh he drew a⁤ bases-loaded walk to tie the game 2-2.‌ Christian Tedford then ended it for Coxsackie-Athens, driving‌ in the game-winning run.

Andrew Prim had ‌three hits and three RBIs ‍for Albany in a​ 13-0​ victory over Hoosic Valley.‌ Nyzir Bickley collected two hits and three RBIs, while Gavin Cramer had⁣ two hits and two⁣ RBIs. Ben Viggiani had two hits and ​scored ‍four runs.

Maple Hill defeated Rensselaer 14-2, as Aidan Loszynski went 3-for-3 with two home runs and four RBIs. He also allowed two hits and one run, over three⁢ innings on the mound, with eight strikeouts.

In ⁤the Wasaren League, Waterford-Halfmoon picked up a⁤ 17-0 win over Berlin-New Lebanon. In‍ the mercy-rule shortened ⁢game, Jack Gilbert ⁤tossed ‌a five-inning no-hitter, with⁢ 11 strikeouts. Connor Kennedy⁤ was 2-for-3‍ with five RBIs and Derrick Pontore was 2-for-2 ​with 3 RBIs.


Brody Burdo went 5 for 5 with a ‌double and four singles and drove⁢ in three​ runs to power Stillwater to a 15-1 non-league victory over Watervliet. Jaxon Mueller and Carter Wichelns each homered. Wichelns was 4 for 5 with two RBIs, while Mueller had three ⁣RBIs. Avery Murray doubled, singled and had two RBIs, and Shea Brown had a double and three RBIs.


Logan Kelly walked with the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh ⁤inning Friday to help Waterford-Halfmoon beat Rensselaer 3-2 in ⁤a non-league‍ game. Izaigh Johnson and Ronald LaCoy each had a double ‍for Rensselaer.

Jack Sullivan
Jack Sullivan
Jack Sullivan, an informed and passionate sports reporter, is a former college athlete with a degree in Sports Communication from Ithaca College. Go Bombers!
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