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Hudson baseball hands Chatham first loss

April 10, 2019 09:00 pm Updated: April 10, 2019 09:55 pm

HUDSON -- Freshman Isaiah Maines scattered five hits and didn't allow an earned run in five-plus innings on the mound to lead Hudson to a 7-3 victory over previously unbeaten Chatham in Wednesday's Patroon Conference baseball game.

Maines struck out nine, walked three and surrendered three unearned runs in 5 2/3 innings. Sophomore Matt Bowes came in and closed the show, allowing two hits over 1 1/3 innings.

Charles Goodermote doubled and had two singles for Hudson (4-2), Vic Gorman had a double and single with two RBI, Jack Moon a double and single with an RBI, Maines two singles and an RBI and Matt Cowan and Bowes a single each.

Kaleb Taylor doubled and drove in two runs for Chatham (4-1).  Grayson Van Wie, Curtis Buchan and Ryan Doyle  added two singles apiece.

Taylor started on the mound for the Panthers and turned in five innings, striking out five and allowing 10 hits and five runs (four earned). Garner Boshart (3bb,2r) and Eddie Tice (1k,1h) finished up.

"Big team win for us today," Hudson coach Ken Ward said. "Isaiah Maines pitched a great game and the defense played great as well. Bats finally came alive. Was nice to put some runs on the board against a good Chatham team. All around team effort today.

The two teams meet again in Chatham on Friday at 4:15 p.m.

Taconic Hills 12, Cairo-Durham 3

CRARYVILLE -- Four Taconic Hills pitchers combined to limit Cairo-Durham to four hits as the Titans earned a 12-3 Patroon Conference baseball victory on Wednesday.

Donovan Mier (1k,1bb,2r,1h), Devon Charron (5k,3bb,1h), Joel Preusser 1r,2h) and Kolby Clegg (1k,2bb) all pitched for Taconic Hills (4-1).

Zack Weaver had two singles and two RBI and Schuyler Krzeminski added two singles and an RBI for the Titans. Mier and Ryan Nowak each had a single and two RBI, Clegg and Charron had a single and an RBI apiece, Mason Nack singled and Preusser drove in a run.

Joey Arp collected a double and single for the Mustangs. Noah Warner had a single and an RBI, Jake Hall singled and Alek Wagor knocked in a run.

Hall (6k,6bb,12r8h) and Wagor (3k,3bb,1h) shared mound duties for Cairo-Durham.

Maple Hill 23, Green Tech 1

CASTLETON -- Matt Jung pitched three-hit ball over four innings and his teammates backed him up with a 19-hit attack as Maple Hill defeated Green Tech, 23-1, in Wednesday's Patroon Conference baseball game.

The game was stopped after five innings.

Jung struck out 10, walked just one and surrendered one run before exiting. James Miller finished up, fanning two.

Christian Beber went 4 for 4 with a double and three RBI for the Wildcats, who has won five in a row after opening the season with a loss to Taconic Hills.

Tyler Hanrahan had a double, two singles and four RBI. John Russell added three singles and two RBI, Gavin Van Kempen and Erik Burns two singles and two RBI apiece, Miler two singles and three RBI and Austin Ohl a single.

Da'Ron Simmons blasted a solo homer for Green Tech. Bryant Williams doubled and Ky'Juan Stanfield singled.

Ny'Zair Sheldon and Shaqueece Mathis combined for the loss, striking out four, walking six and allowing 22 runs (five earned) and 19 hits.

Catskill 7, Greenville 2

CATSKILL -- Devon Haye tossed a five-hitter and four of his teammates had two hits apiece as Catskill defeated Greenville, 7-2, in Wednesday's Patroon Conference baseball game.

Haye struck out seven, walked four and allowed two runs and five hits i six innings on the mound. Justice Brantley relieved and pitched a scoreless seventh.

Brantley, Ian Alexander, Jeremy Bulich and Ben Sullivan all had two singles for the Cats. Bulich had two RBI and Alexander one. Addison Allen doubled and Eddie Rogers, Josh Buffa, Dan Paquin and Haye all had a single.

Clifton Drollette doubled for Greenville. Ryan McAneny, Jack Motta, Travis Wilson and Cole Flannery all singled.

Wilson pitched a complete game for the Spartans, striking out four, walking four and allowing seven runs and 13 hits.


Mohonasen 2, Ichabod Crane 1

ROTTERDAM -- Mohonasen plated two unearned runs in the third inning and Drew Coelho and Lucas Pusz made them stand up as the Mighty Warriors edged Ichabod Crane, 2-1, in Wednesday's Colonial Council baseball game.

Coelho started and pitched five innings for Mohonasen, striking out four, walking five and allowing 1 run and two hits. Pusz pitched the last two innings, fanning one, walking one and allowing one hit.

Rama Culver had two of Ichabod Crane's three hits, collecting a doule and single. Ethan Saxby added a single.

Dominick Depiero had two singles for the Might Warriors. Johnathan Cafarella and Coelho each had a single.

Losing pitcher Austin Walsh struck out six, walked three and surrendered two runs and four hits.


Coxsackie-Athens 10, Johnstown 7

COXSACKIE -- Gill Bell had three singles and Patrick McManus added a double and three RBI to spark Coxsackie-Athens to a 10-7 non-league baseball victory over Johnstown on Wednesday at McQuade Park.

McManus also started on the mound for the Indians (6-2), striking out five, walking one and allowing seven runs -- none earned -- and three hits in 3 1/3 innings. Joe Notabartolo (1k,1bb,1h) and Killian Schrader (4k,2h) also had a turn on the mound.

Austin Schlenker added three RBI to C-A's attack. Notabartolo had a single and two RBI, Michael Petramale a single and an RBI and Ethan Foster singled.

Connor Diviyak doubled and singled an drove in a run for the Sir Bills.

Diviyak, Noah Bowne and Ethan Wager combined for two strikeouts and six walks, while allowing 10 runs and seven hits.