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Scheriff, Van Wie lead Chatham past Hudson

April 12, 2019 10:00 pm Updated: April 13, 2019 01:49 pm

CHATHAM -- Hunter Scheriff collected a double and single and had five RBI and Grayson Van Wie pitched 5 2/3 innings of one-hit ball as Chatham defeated Hudson, 14-3, in Friday's Patroon Conference baseball game.

The game was tied 1-1 through 4 1/2 innings when Chatham (6-1) erupted for four runs in the fifth and nine in the sixth to earn the victory and avenge Wednesday's 7-3 loss to Hudson.

Van Wie struck out three, walked three and allowed three runs  before giving way to Zack Gregg with two outs in the sixth. Gregg finished up, fanning one and walking two.

Kaleb Taylor added two doubles and a single to Chatham's attack. Curtis Buchan had a double and single with an RBI, Garner Boshart two singles and an RBI, Van Wie a double and two RBI, Ryan Thorsen and Patrick Knight a double each, Thomas Van Tassel a single and an RBI, Matt Thorsen two RBI and Gregg an RBI.

Freshman Isaiah Maines blasted his first varsity home run over the left field fence with a man on in the sixth to account for Hudson's only hit.

Matt Bowes started and pitched four and a third innings for the Bluehawks (4-3), striking out two, walking two and allowing five runs and six hits. Aidan Doto walked two and allowed eight runs (two earned) and four hits in one inning of relief. Tanner Race closed the show, striking out one and surrendering one run and one hit.

Catskill 19, Greenville 6

GREENVILLE -- Four Catskill players had three hits apiece as the Cats rolled to a 19-6 victory over Greenville in Friday's Patroon Conference baseball game.

The game was stopped after five innings.

Jeremy Bulich led the Cats' 17-hit attack with a home run, double and single and four RBI. Ben Sullivan added two doubles, a single and four RBI, Eddie Rogers three singles and four RBI, Ian Alexander three singles and an RBI, Cam Sosa a double and two RBI, Addison Allen two singles and an RBI and Justice Brantley and Devon Haye a single and an RBI apiece.

Ryan McAneny had two doubles and an RBI for Greenville. Jack Motta added two singles and an RBI, Clifton Drollette had a double, Isaiah Edmonds a single and two RBI, Joey Domermuth a single and Kyle Thompson an RBI.

 Dan Paquin was the winning pitcher, striking out two, walking two and allowing six runs and seven hit.

Cole Flannery (4bb,6r,4h), Edmonds (2k,3bb,9r,8h) and Colby Lackie (1bb,4r,5h) all pitched for Greenville.

Taconic Hills 12, Cairo-Durham 3

CAIRO -- Donovan Mier had a triple, double and single with three RBI to back the three-hit pitching of Kolby Clegg as Taconic Hills defeated Cairo-Durham, 12-3, in Friday's Patroon Conference baseball game.

Clegg pitched 6 1/3 innings in earning the win, striking out 15, walking two and allowing three runs as Taconic Hills improved to 5-2. Joel Preusser got the last two outs without allowing a run or a hit.

Devon Charron added a triple, two singles and three RBI to the Titans' cause. Schuyler Krzeminski had a double and single with an RBI, Zach Weaver two singles and an RBI and Ryan Nowak, Mason Nack and Clegg a single each.

Alek Wagor led Cairo-Durham with two singles and an RBI. Jake Hall added a single.

Armando Salvatore pitched the first 5 2/3 innings for the Mustangs (2-6), striking out eight and allowing seven runs (three earned) and 10 hits. Brady Murphy finished up, surrendering four runs (none earned) and three hits with one strikeout.

Maple Hill 13, Green Tech 1

ALBANY -- Tyler Hanrahan belted his third home run of the season and raised his batting average to .560 as Maple Hill knocked toped Green Tech, 13-1, in Friday's Patroon Conference baseball game.

Hanrahan also had a single and drove in two runs, giving him 13 for the season as the Wildcats improved to 6-1.

Austin Ohl contributed a double, single and two RBI to Maple Hill's attack. Kyle Tedford and Gavin Van Kempen each had a double and single with an RBI, Nick Martin and Sean LaFalce had a double and an RBI apiece, James Miller had two singls and an RBI, Erik Burns and Christian Beber bth had a single and an RBI and Matt Jung singled.

Ky'Juan Stanfield led Green Tech with two singles. Allen Mercedes chipped in with a single.

Ohl pitched five innings, allowing one run and three hits with seven strikeouts and one walk. Tedford worked the final two frames, striking out one and walking one.

Mercedes and Shaqueece Mathis teamed up for one strikeout and four walks and gave up 13 runs and 15 hits.

NON-LEAGUE 

Coxsackie-Athens 5, Ravena 2

COXSACKIE -- Ethan Foster scattered six hits over six innings and Coxsackie Athens won its sixth straight game, defeating Ravena, 5-2, in Friday's non-league baseball game at McQuade Park.

Foster struck out six, walked two and allowed two earned runs. Casey Carroll pitched the seventh and struck out two, while giving up two hits.

Michael Petramale had a single and two RBI for C-A (7-2). Aiden Boehm chipped in with a single and an RBI, Gil Bell, Kane Schrader and Austin Schlenker all singled and Foster drove in a run.

Spencer Brown cracked a solo home run for Ravena. Brian Burns and Noah Algozzine each had two singles.

Tyler Irvis, Carter Sorensen and Jason Reif combined for nine strikeouts and six walks and allowed five runs on five hits for Ravena.

Germantown 11, Windham 0

WINDHAM -- Dean Ruzich and Jeremy Cosenaza combined to throw a one-hit shutout with 16 strikeouts as Germantown posted an 11-0 victory over Windham in Friday's non-league baseball game.

Ruzich started and struck out every batter he faced in his two innings on the mound. Ruzich finished up, striking out 10, walking two and allowing just one hit .

Cosenza helped himself with the bat, hitting a triple and driving in two runs. Chris Diamanti had a double and an RBI, Andrew Fecht and Josh Sanzo a single and an RBI apiece, Ruzich, Owen Watson and Cameron Quinn a single each and Jace Anderson an RBI.