HUDSON — Kasey Moore scattered four hits and didn’t allow a run in five innings as Hudson defeated Taconic Hills, 10-0, in Friday’s Patroon Conference baseball game.
The game was stopped in the fifth because of the 10-run rule.
Moore struck out one and walked two in helping the Bluehawks improve to 5-1. He also doubled and drove in three runs.
Vic Gorman ripped a triple and drove in a run for the Bluehawks. Matt Bowes, Tanner race, Jordan Moon, Matt Antonelli and George DeJesus all singled.
Bryce Atwood, Nole Atwood, Brandon Rossano and Aaron Bonci all singled for Taconic Hills.
Kobe Van Alstyne went the distance on the mound for the Titans, allowing 10 runs and seven hits with six strikeouts and three walks.
ICC 8, Ravena 7 (14)
RAVENA — Topher Pelesz singled in Aidan Frick with the game-wining run with two outs in the bottom of the 14th inning to give Ichabod Crane an 8-7 victory over Ravena on Friday.
The game was tied 6-6 at the end of seven. Both teams scored a run in the 11th, then ICC pushed across the game winner in the 14th.
Pelesz also had a triple to go with his game-winning hit. Justice Suafoa added three singles and Jack Mullins had two singles.
Pelesz started on the mound for the Riders and pitched six innings, striking out four and walking four. Brady Holzhauer came in and was outstanding in relief, throwing 7 1/3 innings, striking out eight, walking two and allowing just four hits and one run. Frick pitched 2/3 of an inning, allowing one hit.
Greenville 10, C-D 9
GREENVILLE — Joe Domermuth doubled in Isaiah Edmonds with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to give Greenville a 10-9 victory over Cairo-Durham on Friday.
Edmonds finished 4 for 4 with a double, three singles and an RBI, while Domermuth went 2 for 5 with three RBI. Cole Flannery homered and drove in two, Jack Motta had a double and single with an RBI, Eli Larson and Trey Smith had two singles apiece, Ryan Arp and Sam Buquet a single and an RBI each and Sam VanAuken singled.
Ethan Phillips blasted a home run and singled, finishing with two RBI for the Mustangs. Alek Wagor tripled and singled, Zack Russell had two singles and an RBI and Robert Fortini a single and an RBI.
Larson and Flannery combined for the Spartans, striking out 11, walking five and allowing nine runs and eight hits.
Phillips and Alberto Rivera struck out six, walked five and surrendered 10 runs and 16 hits for Cairo-Durham.
Catskill 11, C-A 3
COXSACKIE — Azar Brantley and Carter Van Etten both had three singles and three RBI as Catskill defeated Coxsackie-Athens, 11-3, in Friday’s Patroon Conference baseball game.
Nate Timot-Shook celebrated his birthday in style with two singles and two RBI for the Cats. Aiden Leipman had a single and an RBI and John Shook, Cullen Fulling and Josh Buffa all singled.
Sam Mozzillo and Keegan O’Callaghan both had a single and an RBI for C-A. Brady Penet, Michael O’Connor and Patrick McManus each had a single.
Fulling and Cody Young pitched for Catskill, striking out 10, walking six and allowing three runs and five hits.
McManus, Andrew Sager and Josh Kiefer combined 10 strikeouts and seven walks while allowing 11 runs and 12 hits.
Chatham 10, Taconic Hills 5
Chatham 12, Taconic Hills 2
CRARYVILLE — Chatham took both ends of Saturday’s Patroon Conference doubleheader with Taconic Hills, winning the first game, 10-5, and the second, 12-2.
In the opener, the Panthers overcame a 3-2 deficit with five runs in the fourth inning to take the lead for good.
Matt Thorsen and Tate Van Alstyne both went deep for Chatham. Thorsen finished 1 for 3 with three RBI, while Van Alstyne went 2 for 4 with an RBI.
Cam Horton added a double and single and three RBI to the Panthers’ attack. Grayson Van Wie had three singles, Tyler Kneller a single and an RBI and Jacob Rippel singled.
Brandon Rossano doubled, single and drove in a run for Taconic Hills. Nole Atwood doubled and drove in a run, Joel Preusser doubled, Zach Rowe had two singles, Aaron Bonci singled and drove in a run and Kobe Van Alstyne and Izac Jennings both singled.
Thorsen and Van Alstyne shared pitching duties for Chatham, striking out nine, walking two and allowing five runs and nine hits.
Rossano and Atwood handled the pitching for Taconic Hills, striking out 10, walking six and allowing 10 runs and 10 hits.
In the nightcap, Thorsen drilled another home run and a double, finishing with two RBI as the Panthers completed the sweep.
Horton tripled for Chatham. Michael Pierro doubled and drove in two runs, Rippel doubled, Van Wie had three singles, Kneller two singles and three RBI, Kyle Jackson two singles and an RBI and Vinnie Marasco singled.
Preusser paced the Titans with a pair of singles and an RBI. Nole Atwood singled and drove in a run and Rowe singled.
Van Alstyne and Horton struck out four, walked three and surrendered two runs and four hits for Chatham.
Preusser and Nole Atwood split mound duties for Taconic Hills, striking out seven, walking four and allowing 12 runs and 13 hits.
Greenville 10, BKW 2
GREENVILLE — Sam VanAuken went 3 for 3 with an RBI and Cole Flannery singled and drove in three as Greenville defeated Berne-Knox-Westerlo, 10-2, in Saturday’s non-league game.
Sam Buquet doubled and had an RBI for the Spartans. Eli Larson and Isaiah Edmonds both had two singles.
Buquet, Edmonds and Jake Miller shared pitching duties for Greenville, striking out eight, walking five and allowing two runs and four hits.
Broadalbin-Perth 13, C-A 3
COXSACKIE — Broadalbin-Perth scored eight runs in the first inning and went onto defeat Coxsackie-Athens, 13-3, in Saturday’s non-league game.
Keegan O’Callaghan, Dillon Hynes, Brady Penet and Anthony Patti all singled for C-A.
Penet (3k,3bb,12r,9h) and Andrew Sager (1k,1bb,1r,2h) combined on the mound for Coxsackie-Athens.
Germantown 17, Loudonville 7
LOUDONVILLE — Mason Ferrer, OWen Watson and Josh Sanzo each had four hitsto power Germantown to a 17-7 victory over Loudonviille in Friday’s Central Hudson Valley League baseball game.
Watson had a double and three singles with four RBI, Ferrer had a triple and three singles with two RBI and Sanzo had a double and three singles with two RBI for the Clippers.
Tyler Hohensheldt added a double and RBI. Jonathan Mollo had two singlea and an RBI, Aidan Shumway two singles and Brandon Shook, Jaden Velez and Shawn Lyons a single each.
Hohensheldt, Cameron Quinn, Mollo and Ferrer all pitched for Germantown, striking out 12, alking seven and allowing seven runs and five hits.