KINDERHOOK — The 13U Eastern New York Blackhawks won their third game without a loss on Sunday, handing the Columbia Clippers 13U a 16-3 setback in Eastern New York Travel Baseball action.

The game was stopped after five innings because of the 10-run rule.

The Clippers built a 2-1 lead after two innings, but the Blackhawks exploded for eight runs in the third and five more in the fourth to put the game out of reach.

Brandon Rossano had two single and four RBI and Tyler Peck contributed a triple and four RBI for the Blackhawks. Max Frering added a double and single with two RBI, Kyle Danforth had two singles, Gabe Carpenter a single and an RBI and Dom Pelizza and Jacob Macfarlane an RBI apiece.

Johnny Rivero had the lone hit for the Clippers, an RBI single.

Rossano pitched all five innings in earning the win on the mound for the Blackhawks, striking out nine, walking five and allowing three runs and one hit.

Ashton Hotaling (3bb,5r,5h) pitched two innings and Antonio Troy (1k,4bb,4r), Rivero (1k,4bb,5r,2h) and Chase Morrison (1k,1bb,2r,1h) all threw one inning for the Clippers.

Blackhawks 13U 11, Saratoga Stampede 3

SARATOGA — The Eastern New York Blackhawks 13U mounted an 11-hit attack in Saturday’s 11-3 victory over the Saratoga Stampede in Eastern New York Travel Baseball action.

Max Frering led the Blackhawks with three singles. Gavin Hartka and Brandon Rossano each had a single and two RBI, Dom Pelizza, Jacob Macfarlane and Tyler Peck all had a single and an RBI, Kyle Danforth, Jacob Carroll and Devin Scali singled and Jacob Stern drove in a run.

Gabe Carpenter threw the first inning for the Blackhawks, walking four and allowing one run. Danforth pitched the next four frames, striking out five and surrendering two runs and six hits. Carroll finished up, allowing just one hit and one walk with four strikeouts over two innings.


GC Outlaws 9, CP Plainsmen Green 3

CLIFTON PARK — Ryan Harris stroked two singles and drove in four runs to spark the Green County Outlaws to a 9-3 victory over the Clifton Park Plainsmen Green in Sunday’s Eastern New York 8U Travel Baseball game.

J.J. Irwin had a double and an RBI for the Outlaws (3-1). Max Van Etten, Tyler Wood and Kaden Patterson all singled.

Jackson Storm (4k,1bb,2r,2h) and Van Etten (2bb,1r) each pitched two innings and Aiden Harris (3k,1bb) and Ryan Harris (3k) both threw one inning for the Outlaws.

GC Outlaws 8 NC Bison White 5

COXSACKIE — The Greene County Outlaws broke up a 2-2 game wit six runs in the third inning and went on to defeat the North Colonie Bison White, 8-5, in Friday’s Eastern New York 8U Travel baseball game at Hallock Park.

Ryan Harris and Aiden Harris each had a double and an RBI for the Outlaws. Everett Nelson, Carter Chase and Max Van Etten all had a single and an RBI.

Ryan Harris struck out five, walked two and allowed two runs and one hit in three innings for the Outlaws. Colton King gave up three runs and one hit with three strikeouts and seven walks in 2 1/3 innings and Jackson Storm walked one in 2 1/3 innings.


Lansingburgh Royals 6, Clippers Blue 3

HUDSON — The Columbia Clippers Blue team managed just two hits off of two Lansingburgh royals pitchers in dropping a 6-3 decision in Sunday’s Eastern New York 12U Travel Baseball game at Galvan Field.

Austin June doubled and Tay Morrison singled to account for the Clippers’ only hits. Cameron Newkirk, Dylan Dibble and Jack Welch each had two stolen bases.

The Clippers led 1-0 through two innings, but Lansingburgh came back to score at least one run in each of the last five innings. The clippers mounted a comeback in the bottom of the seventh, scoring two runs, but the rally fell short.

Hunter Nielsen pitched the first two innings for the Clippers, striking out three, walking two and allowing one run and one hit. June threw the last five frames, allowing five runs and seven hits with five strikeouts and one walk.

TT Devil Cats 10, Clippers 2

TT Devil Cats 6, Clippers 4

TROY — The Twin Town Devil Cats swept an Eastern New York 12U Travel Baseball doubleheader form the Columbia Clippers on Sunday, winning the first game, 10-2 and the second, 6-4.

In the opener, Jackson Purdy ripped a double and single and drove in a run for the clippers. Callan Heimroth and Brayden Conrad singled.

Logan Fink (1k,1bb,4r,6h), Conrad (3k,3bb,4r,2h) and Derek Clark (3k,2r,2h) all pitched for the Clippers.

In the nightcap,

Demetrio Morales led the Clippers with a double and two singles. Fink added a double and an RBI, T.J. Shutter had a two singles and an RBI, Clark a single and an RBI, Purdy, Dan Wiese and Jack Toussaint a single each and Liam Mullins an RBI.

Morales started on the mound for the Clippers and pitched five innings, striking out five and allowing six runs and 11 hits. Mullins finished up, striking out two while giving up a hit.


South Troy Dodgers Gray 12, Clippers 0

KINDERHOOK — The Columbia Clippers were held to just one hit in a 12-0 loss to the South Troy Dodgers Gray team in Saturday’s Eastern New York 14U Travel Baseball game.

The game was stopped after five innings because of the 10-run rule.

Derrick Dellea’s fourth innings single was the only Clippers’ hit off of Dodgers’ pitcher Noah Algozzine, who struck out three and walked four.

Dellea pitched 1 1/3 innings for the clippers, striking out two, walking six and allowing seven runs and three hits. Troy Super threw 3 2/3 innings, giving up five runs and six hits and two walks.

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