15U Outlaws defeat Blackbirds

Tim Martin/Columbia-Greene MediaNate Shook-Timot doubled and had three RBI to help the Greene County Outlaws 15U defeat Voorheesville, 12-6, on Sunday.

COXSACKIE — The Greene County Outlaws 15U broke open a close game with five runs in the sixth inning and went on to defeat Voorheesville, 12-6, in Sunday’s Fall Baseball game.

Nate Shook-Timot led the Outlaws with a double and three RBI. Brodie Montgomery added two singles, Zane Devries-Lepson and Christian Tedford each had a single and an RBI, Shane DeRose singled, Miguel Madera drove in two runs and Zak Wagor knocked in a run.

Montgomery started on the mound for the Outlaws, striking out seven, walking one and allowing five runs and four hits in five innings. Andrew Sager struck out four, and allowed just a run and a hit in four innings.


GC Outlaws 13, E. Greenbush 10

COXSACKIE — The Greene County Outlaws 8U collected 25 hits en route to a 13-10 victory over East greenbush in Sunday’s Fall Baseball game.

Carter Chase had a double and had four RBI for the Outlaws. Ethan Lenzo added a double and two singles, Caleb Frisbee, Madi Van Alphen, Jayden Houle and J.J. Shah all had three singles and an RBI, Braden Martin had three singles and Matt Flannery contributed two singles.


Clippers 19, Bethlehem 15

DELMAR — Charlie Schrader belted a two-run homer to go along with two singles to power the Columbia Clippers 12U to a 19-15 victory over the Bethlehem Thrashers in Sunday’s Fall Baseball game.

Jacob Alvarez went 4 for 6 with a double and five RBI for the Clippers. Kameron Duntz had three singles and an RBI, Avery Ackerly three singles, Gannon Logue a single and an RBI, Austin June and Eli Conte a single each and Trevor Van Allen an RBI.

Eli Conte (1k,2r,3h), Brayden Jause (2k,2bb,5r,4h), Ryan Conte (1k,3bb,5r,4h), Ackerly (2k,1r,2h) and Gannon Logue (5k,1bb,2r,4h) all had a turn on the mound for the Clippers.

Clippers 4, Berkshire 2

HUDSON — Charlie Schrader and Austin June combined to throw a one-hitter to lead the Columbia-Clippers 12U to a 4-2 victory over the Berkshire Americans in Friday’s Fall Baseball game.

Schrader started and pitched the first five innings, striking out six, walking two and not allowing a run or hit. June threw the last two frames, surrendering two runs and one hit with two strikeouts and three walks.

Gannon Logue had a double, single and two RBI for the Clippers. June added a double and single with an RBI, Ryan Conte had two singles and Avery Ackerly, Jacob Alvarez and Eli Conte all singled.



Outlaws 12, Latham 8

COXSACKIE — Ryan Carroll singled three times and drove in four runs to power the Greene County Outlaws 16U to a 12-8 victory over the Latham Cyclones in Sunday’s Fall Softball game.

Gabby Logue added a double and two RBI to the Outlaws’ cause. Liz Holliday doubled, Riley Sitcer had two singles and two RBI, Emily Meisck had a single and two RBI and Nuala Kappel and Lauren Winegard singled.

Mesick turned in a complete game performance on the mound, striking out five, walking one and allowing eight runs and nine hits.

Outlaws 11, Adirondack 2

COXSACKIE — Gabby Logue fired a two-hitter and helped her own cause with a double, single and two RBI to highlight the Greene County Outlaws 16U softball team’s 11-2 victory over the Adirondack Rampage in Sunday’s Fall Softball game.

Logue went the distance on the mound, allowing two runs with four strikeouts and five walks.

Hannah Pinto doubled and drove in two runs for the Outlaws. Lizz Holliday chipped in with two singles, Nuala Kappel and Emily Mewci each had a single and an RBI and Grace Alvarez and Riley Sitcer both singled.

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