COXSACKIE — The Greene County Outlaws 8U earned two victories on Sunday in the Empire State Fall Baseball League Tournament.

The Outlaws, the No. 1 seed in the tournament, defeated Niskayuna, 17-5, and the East Greenbush Pirates, 15-1.

Outlaws 17, Niskayuna 5

Caleb Frisbee drilled a double and single and drove in two runs to power the Greene County Outlaws to a 17-5 victory over Niskayuna.

Carter Chase contributed three singles to the Outlaws’ attack. Madi Van Alphen had a single and three RBI, Chris Brown and Ethan Peters two singles and two RBI each, Braden Martin a single and two RBI, Aiden Yusko, Kaden Patterson, Andrew Favicchio and Jayden Houle a single and an RBI apiece and Ethan Lenzo, JJ Shah and Matt Flannery a single each.

Outlaws 15, EG Pirates 1

EAST GREENBUSH — Madi Van Alpehn collected three singles and four RBI and Braden Matin had a double, single and three RBI to spark the Greene County Outlaws 8U to a 15-1 victory over the East Greenbush Pirates.

Caleb Frisbee had three singles for the Outlaws (7-1). Carter Chase added two singles and two RBI, Chris Brown and Jayden Houle each had two singles and an RBI, Ethan Lenzo chipped in with two singles, Kaden Patterson had a single and an RBI and Matt Flannery and Andrew Favicchio both singled.

12U

Super’s HR leads Spring

CHESTER — Tristan Super slugged his first career home run to help the Spring Prodigy 12U defeat the New York Blackhawks, 6-5, in Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

Super also singled and finished with two RBI for Spring, which won four games over the weekend.

In an 11-5 victory over the Northeast Expos, Super singled, drove in a run and scored three times. He singled and scored a run in a 7-4 win over the RBI Thunder and singled twice in a 7-6 victory over the RBI Thunder.

NY Blackhawks 12, Clippers 10

CHESTER — Averly Ackerly and Austin June both homered, but the Columbia Clippers 12U fell to the New Blackhawks, 12-10, in a Fall Travel Baseball game on Saturday.

Ackerly finished with three RBI, while June also had a single and finished with two RBI for the Clippers. Kameron Duntz added three singles and two RBI, Gannon Logue had a double and single with an RBI, Charlie Schrader singled twice, Trevor Van Allen had a single and an RBI and Ryan Conte and Jacob Alvarez both singled.

Brayden Jause, Schrader, Logue and Ackerly all pitched for the Clippers, combining for seven strikeouts and six walks while allowing 12 runs and 14 hits.

Clippers 14, Devil Cats 12

CHESTER — Charlie Schrader and Ryan Conte both homered and drove in two runs to highlight a 14-12 Columbia Clippers 12U victory over the Devil Cats 12U in Saturday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

Trevor Van Allen also had a big game for the Clippers, ripping a double and single and driving in four run. Gannon Logue contributed three singles and two RBI, Jacob Alvarez had three singles and an RBI, Brayden Jause and Austin June a single and an RBI each and Avery Ackerly singled.

Logue and Kameron Duntz shared mound duties for the Clippers, combining to strike out three, walk four and allow 12 runs and 14 hits.

NY Blackhawks 13, Clippers 12

CHESTER — The New York Blackhawks snapped a 12-12 tie with a run in the bottom of the sixth inning to edge the Columbia Clippers 12U, 13-12, in Sunday’s Fall Travel baseball game.

The Clippers battled back from a 12-5 deficit with seven runs in the top of the sixth to even the score at 12-12, before the Blackhawks won in the the last of the sixth.

Avery Ackerly stole the show for the Clippers, collecting a double and two singles with four RBI. Gannon Logue had two singles and an RBI, Kameron Duntz and Brayden Jause added two singles each, Ryan Conte had two singles and an RBI, Jacob Alvarez a single and an RBI, Charlie Schrader singled, Eli Conte drove in two runs and Trevor Van Allen had an RBI.

Schrader, Ackerly and June combined to strike out nine, walk three and allow 13 runs and 14 hits.

15U

Lansingburgh 17, Outlaws 7

LANSINGBURGH — The Greene County Outlaws 15U suffered their first loss of the Fall season, dropping a 17-7 decision to the Lansingburgh Royals on Sunday.

Nate Shook-Timot doubled for the Outlaws. Sean Scott had two singles and an RBI, Christian Tedford a single and an RBI and Miguel Madera and Shane DeRose both singled.

Tedford and Marion Kohler teamed up to strike out nine, walk six and allow 17 runs and 17 hits.

14U

Dodgers Cardinal 9, Blackhawks 7

KINDERHOOK — A furious seventh-inning rally fell just short as the Eastern New York Blackhawks 14U dropped a 9-7 decision to the South Troy Dodgers Cardinal in Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

The Dodgers were up 9-1 after plating six runs in the top of the seventh, but the Blackhawks rallied with six runs of their own to cut the deficit to two. The Dodgers got out of the jam, though, and held on for the victory.

Gavin Hartka doubled and drove in a run for the Blackhawks, Max Frering and Sam Buquet both had two singles and an RBI, Brandon Rossano and Kyle Danforth singled and drove in a run, Jacob Macfarlane and Dom Pelizza singled and Tyler Peck drove in a run.

Rossano pitched five innings, striking out seven, walking two and allowing three runs and seven hits. Buquet threw the last two frames, striking out six, walking three and surrendering six runs and three hits.

13+

ENY Blackhawks 9, GC Bombers 5

COXSACKIE — Nolan Space went 3 for 3 with a triple and an RBI to lead the Eastern New York Blackhawks 13+ to a 9-5 victory over the Greene County Bombers in Fall Travel Baseball action on Friday.

Patrick Graziano added two singles and an RBI to the Blackhawks’ cause. Logan Bower had two singles, Alan Hamilton a single and two RBI, Sam Stead, Mike Clark and Christian Abrams a single and an RBI each and Connor Brignull and Kiah Pinto a single apiece.

Hamilton, Graziano and Abrams all pitched for the Blackhawks, striking out 11.

Saratoga 7, Blackhawks 0

KINDERHOOK — The Eastern New York Blackhawks 13+ fell to the Saratoga Stampede, 7-0, in Saturday’s Fall Travel Baseball action.

The Blackhawks managed just one hit, a single off the bat of Austin Roberts.

Sam Stead, Kiah Pinto and Christian Abrams all pitched for the Blackhawks, allowing seven runs and eight hits with three strikeouts and four walks.

10U

Upper Deck Titans 11, Clippers 1

The Columbia Clippers 10U dropped an 11-1 decision to the Upper Deck Titans in Sunday’ Fall Travel Baseball game.

Amarion Perry tripled for the Clippers. Jayden Brantley, Logan Burleigh and Tanner Kelly all singled.

Perry, Braeden Barnes and Evan Conte all pitched for the Clippers, striking out four, walking seven and allowing 11 runs and 10 hits.

Clippers 9, Titans 8

Jayden Brantley ripped a pair of singles and drove in a run to help the Columbia Clippers 10U edge the Upper Deck Titans, 9-8, in Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

The Clippers trailed 8-5 before rallying for four runs in the bottom of the sixth to pull out the victory.

Amarion Perry singled and had an RBI for the Clippers. Logan Burleigh, Evan Conte and Ethan Brennan all singled and Tanner Kelly drove in a run.

Mason Briscoe pitched a complete game for the win, striking out 10, walking just one and allowing eight runs (four earned) and six hits.

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