HUDSON — The Columbia Clippers 10U overcame an early 10-run deficit and went on to edge the Oneonta Hurricanes, 16-15, in the nightcap of Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball doubleheader.
Oneonta won the first game, 6-4.
The Clippers fell behind 12-2 through two innings, but erupted for nine runs in the third and five in the fifth to pull ahead for good.
Logan Burleigh ripped a triple and double with 3 RBI for the Clippers. Evan Conte had a single and four RBI, Mason Briscoe a double and single, Amarion Perry two singles and an RBI and Jayden Brantley and Ryan Link a single and an RBI each.
Evan Conte, Keegan Mullins, Perry and Burleigh combined for six strikeouts and nine walks, while allowing 15 runs and nine hits.
In the opener, Amarion Perry had a single and an RBI for the Clippers. Trevor Casey and Ryan Link each had a single.
Mason Briscoe struck out six and surrendered six runs and five hits in four innings for the Clippers. Perry struck out two and walked one in one inning of relief.
GC Outlaws 10, N. Colonie 2
COXSACKIE — Carter Chase went 3 for 3 with an RBI to lead the Greene County Outlaws 8U to a 10-2 victory over the North Colonie Bison White.
Caleb Frisbee doubled and drove in two runs for the Outlaws. Ethan Peters had two singles and two RBI, Braden Martin, Jayden Houle and Ethan Lenzo each two singles and an RBI, Kaden Patterson contributed two singles and Andrew Favicchio and Chris Brown both had a single.
The Outlaws are 5-1 and will compete in the Empire State Fall Baseball League Tournament as the No. 1 seed next weekend.
GC Outlaws 13, E. Greenbush 6
COXSACKIE — The Greene County Outlaws 8U earned a 13-6 victory over East Greenbush in Fall Travel Baseball action on Friday.
Ethan Lenzo had a double and single with an RBI for the Outlaws. Chris Brown added two singles and three RBI, JJ Shah had three singles and an RBI, Madi Van Alphen, Aiden Yusko and Caleb Frisbee two singles and an RBI apiece, Matt Flannery and Andrew Favicchio a single and an RBI each and Braden Martin, Jayden Houle and Carter Chase a single apiece.
Berkshire 4, Clippers 2
Clippers 10, Berkshire 7
HUDSON — Avery Ackerly went 4 for 4 with a solo homer and 2 RBI as the Columbia Clippers 12U won the second game of Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball doubleheader with Berkshire, 10-7.
Berkshire won the first game, 4-2.
Kameron Duntz added 3 singles and 2 RBI to the Clippers’ attack in the nightcap. Trevor Van Allen had 2 singles, Brayden Jause a single and 2 RBI, Ryan Conte, Charlie Schrader and Gannon Logue a single apiece and Jacob Alvarez drove in a run.
Schrader pitched the first 4 innings, striking out 3, walking 2 and allowing 1 run and three hits. Jause threw the last 3 innings, allowing 6 runs and 5 hits with 2 strikeouts and 2 walks.
In the opening game, Ryan Conte singled and had two RBI for the Clippers. Jacob Alvarez doubled and Gannon Logue, Kameron Duntz and Eli Conte singled.
Logue (4k,3bb,2r,2h) and Avery Ackerly (2k,2bb,2r,4h) shared mound duties for the Clippers.
Clippers 9, Devils Cats 6
HUDSON — Avery Ackerly went 3 for 4 with two doubles and two RBI to lead the Columbia Clippers 12U past the Devils Cats 12U Blue, 9-6, in Friday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.
Austin June had two singles and two RBI for the Clippers. Gannon Logue contributed a single and an RBI and Ryan Conte had an RBI.
Kameron Duntz, Brayden Jause, Trevor Van Allen, Ryan Conte and Austin June combined for seven strikeouts and seven walks.
Blackhawks 13, Saratoga 3
Mike Clark, doubled, singled and drove in 4 runs to lead the ENY Blackhawks 13+ to a 13-3 victory over the Saratoga Stampede 13+ Red in Saturday’s Fall Travel Baseball game on Saturday.
Patrick Graziano added 2 singles and 3 RBI. Christian Abrams had a double and 2 RBI, Austin Roberts 2 singles and an RBI and Alan Hamilton a single.
Zach Ellis and Abrams combined for the win, striking out 3, walking 5 and allowing 3 runs and 3 hits.
GC Outlaws 10, Blackhawks 14U 0
COXSACKIE — Brodie Montgomery fired seven innings of shutout ball with 11 strikeouts as the Greene County Outlaws 15U defeated the ENY Blackhawks, 10-0, in a Fall Travel Baseball game on Saturday.
Nate Shook-Timot pitched the last inning, striking out two.
Marion Kohler blasted 2 doubles and drove in two runs for the Outlaws. Sean Scott doubled, Montgomery had two singles, Nate Van Alphen singled and drove in two runs, Christian Tedford singled and drove in a run and Andrew Sager, Jake Miller and Nate Shook-Timot each had a single.
Max Frering, Brandon Rossano, Kyle Danforth and Gabe Carpenter all singled for the Blackhawks.
Sam Buquet and Kyle Danforth combined to strike out six and walk six for the Blackhawks.