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Buchan stands out in Panthers' victory

April 11, 2019 08:00 pm Updated: April 11, 2019 08:59 pm

CLAVERACK – Thanks to strong seven innings of pitching from Curtis Buchan, Chatham defeated Taconic Hills, 12 -1, in a Thursday's Patroon Conference battle.

Curtis Buchan threw a full seven innings, striking out nine and allowing just one run.

Chatham had a strong offensive outing with a total of 14 hits. Ryan Thorsen led the team with 3 hits and an RBI. Kaleb Taylor and Anderson Coonrad led the team with two RBI apiece.

DonovanMier pitched four innings for the Titans with two strike outs and allowing 10 hits and 10 runs. Schuyler Krzeminski threw three innings and struck out two, while surrendering two runs and four hits.

Mason Nack had the only two hits and scored the only run for the Titans. Kolby Clegg drove in the Titans' only run.


Ichabod Crane 5, Rensselaer 3

LANSINBURGH -- Making good on five hits with five runs, Ichabod Crane posted a 5-3 Colonial Council baseball victory over Lansingburgh on Thursday.

 Jake Siter struck out six and allowed four hits and three runs in six innings of work for the Riders. Aidan Frick pitched for one inning and only allowed one hit.

Rama Culver, Camdyn Ames, Cameron Holzhauer, Josh Nooney and Aidan Frick all had a hit for the Riders. Ethan Saxby, Ames and Quinn Halpin all had an RBI.


Germantown 5, Rensselaer 2

GREENPORT – Thanks to a productive third and sixth inning, Germantown  defeated Rensselaer, 5-2, in Thursday's Central Hudson Valley League baseball game.

The  Clippers went through two pitchers during the game. Dan Kellenbenz led the team through six innings with 12 strike outs, while allowing just two runs and two hits. Dean Ruzich pitched one inning and only gave up one hit.

Standouts on the Germantown offense were Josh Sanzo who scored two runs and  Jeremy Consenza with two hits. Ruzich contributed two RBI. The Clippers did not commit a single error. Sanzo led the team with two stolen bases.

Tim Foust pitched for Rensselaer, striking out six and allowing five runs and eight hits.