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Bernockie's gem lifts Hudson over Catskill

April 8, 2019 10:00 pm Updated: April 8, 2019 10:21 pm

HUDSON -- Nick Bernockie pitched six innings of shutout ball, allowing just two hits in Hudson's 1-0 Patroon Conference baseball victory over Catskill on Monday.

Bernockie struck out 12 and walked five and his teammates provided him with the only run he would need in the first inning when Isaiah Maines drew a one out walk, stole second and scored on Vic Gorman's base hit.

Catskill (2-1) was able to get a runner to third twice during the game, but could't come up with the key hit in either situation.

Addison Allen pitched a strong game for Catskill, allowing just two singles -- both by Gorman -- with 10 strikeouts and four walks.

Ian Alexander and Justice Brantley singled to account for the Cats' only hits off of Bernockie. Gorman came on in relief at the start of the seventh inning for Hudson (3-2) and struck out three.

Coxsackie-Athens 4, Greenville 1

COXSACKIE -- Michael Petramale went 2 for 2 to raise his batting average to .560 and turned in six strong inning on the mound to lead Coxsackie-Athens to a 4-1 victory over Greenville in Monday's Patroon Conference baseball game.

Petramale had two RBI and is now 14 for 25 through seven games. On the mound, he threw 6 1/3 innings, striking out 12, walking three and allowing one run and five hits. Killian Schrader got the final two outs without giving up a run or a hit.

Gill Bell went 3 for 3 with a triple for the Indians. Killian Schrader had a single and an RBI and Joe Notabartolo, Josh Kiefer and Casey Carroll a single each.

Isaiah Edmonds led Greenville with two singles. Morgan Gergen had a single and an RBI and Bobby Corrigan collected two singles.

Keenan Mulholland (1k,3bb,4r,9h) and Edmonds (2k,3bb) each had a turn on the mound for the Spartans.

Maple Hill 11, Cairo-Durham 6

CASTLETON -- Tyler Hanrahan had a home run, double and single with two RBI to spark Maple Hill to an 11-6 victory over Cairo-Durham in Monday's Patroon Conference baseball game.

Erik Burns added three singles and three RBI to the Wildcats' 12-hit attack. James Miller and Christian Beber each had two singles and and RBI, Kyle Tedford and Sean LaFalce singled and John Russell drive in a run.

Ethan Phillips homered and had two rBI for the Mustangs. Jake Hall contributed a double and single, Brady Murphy had a single and an RBI, Armando Salvatore singled and Josh Milliken had an RBI.

Austin Ohl, Tedford and Beber combined for eight strikeouts and five walks, while allowing six runs ( three earned) and five hits.

Salvatore, Alek Wagor and Murphy teamed up to strike out three, walk eight and allow 11 runs (two earned) and 12 hits.

PATROON SOFTBALL

Maple Hill 14, Cairo-Durham 0

CASTLETON -- Alysa Houghtaling fired a two-hit shutout with six strikeouts to help Maple hill defeat Cairo-Durham, 14-0, in Monday's Patroon Conference softball game.

Makaila Miller doubled and drove in four runs in support of Houghtaling. Paige Bleau added two singles and an RBI, Tara Smith had a single and two RBI, Emma Dugan a single and an RBI and Elisabeth Brahm and Houghtaling a single each.

Jolie Poulsen and Ashley Powell both singled for Cairo-Durham.

Poulsen (4k,9bb,13r,7h) and Kaitlyn Garcia-Martinez (1bb,1r) shared mound duties for the Mustangs.