CHATHAM — Ryan Graziano blasted two home runs and Matt Thorsen left the yard once as Chatham posted a 19-5 non-league baseball victory over Germantown on Tuesday.
Graziano finished with six RBI as the Panthers improved to 10-4. Thorsen added two RBI with his titanic blast.
Tate Van Alstyne added two doubles and a single to Chatham’s 11-hit attack. Jacob Rippel, Noah Hutchinson and Grayson Van Wie all had a single and two RBI, Michael Pierro and Can Horton each had a single and an RBI and Vinnie Marasco had an RBI.
Mason Ferrer doubled and singled for the Clippers. Josh Sanzo and Logan McDonald and Tyler Hohensheldt all had a single and an RBI, Cameron Quinn and Shane Lyons singled and Owen Watson drove in a run.
Pierro, Horton and Gavin Tanner all pitched for Chatham, striking out eight, walking three and allowing five runs and seven hits.
Sanzo, Lyons, Quinn and Hohensheldt shared mound duties for Germantown, allowing 19 runs and 11 hits with three strikeouts and eight walks.
Hoosick Falls 6, Maple Hill 1
CASTLETON — Two Hoosick Falls pitchers limited Maple Hill to two hits as the Panthers earned a 6-1 victory over the Wildcats in Tuesday’s non-league baseball game.
Gavin Van Kempen doubled an drove in a run for Maple Hill. Chris Bulan contributed a single.
Brody Rogers and Joseph Brodzinski combined to strike out six, walk five and allow six runs and nine hits for the Wildcats.
ICC 10, Voorheesville 1
VALATIE — Emma Scheitinger and Clare Knapp homered to back the four-hit pitching of Bella Milazzo as Ichabod Crane rolled to a 10-1 Colonial Council softball victory over Voorheesville on Tuesday.
Knapp belted a three-run homer and Scheitinger added a two-run shot for the Riders (11-0). Knapp finished with four RBI and Scheitinger, who also had two singles, drove in two.
Milazzo added to Ichabod Crane’s 10-hit attack with a double and two singles. Ava Heffner singled and drove in a run, Morgan Ormerod doubled and Emma Heartquist slugged a triple.
Milazzo struck out 15 and walked only one in going the distance on the mound.
“We have been hitting the ball well and today was no different,” Ichabod Crane coach Tracy Nytransky McComb said. “We had a couple of nice shots today and were able to put up ten runs. Bella had another good game and had a lot of defensive support behind her.”