Maky Kirby pitched a four-inning no-hitter and Cameron Newkirk homered and drove in three runs as the Columbia Clippers 12U+ Blue completed a doubleheader sweep with an 18-0 victory over the Berkshire Americans 11+ Blue on Saturday.

The game was stopped in the fourth because of the 10-run rule.

Kirby struck out seven and walked five as three Clippers improved to 11-9.

Colton Hutson had a double, two singles and three RBI for the Clippers. Hunter Nielsen added two singles, Xavier Castle singled and drove in two runs, Thomas Pierro singled and drove in a run, Kirby and Trent Keller both singled, Tyler Sheldon drove in two runs and Henry Semp had an RBI.

Clippers Blue 18

Berkshire 1

Henry Semp ripped a three-run homer and a single, finishing with four RBI to power the Columbia Clippers 12U+ Blue to an 18-1 victory over the Berkshire Americans 11+ Blue in Saturday’s opening game.

Xavier Castle added two doubles to the Clippers’ 16-hit attack. Cameron Newkirk had a double, two singles and two RBI, Maky Kirby collected a double and two singles, Trent Keller had two singles, Brody Adickes, Tyler Sheldon and Thomas Pierro all singled and drove in a run, Hunter Nielsen singled and Colton Hutson drove in two runs.

Nielsen, Keller, Adickes and Aidan Buchinsky all pitched for the Clippers, striking out seven, walking two and allowing one run and two hits.

14U

Outlaws 16

Berkshire 1

Zach Russell collected a pair of singles and drove in four runs as the Greene County Outlaws 14U defeated the Berkshire Baseball Club, 16-1, in the second game of Saturday’s travel baseball doubleheader.

The game was stopped in the fifth inning because of the 10-run rule.

Sam Launer ripped a double and single with two RBI for the Outlaws. Riley Street singled and drove in a run, Andrew Sager had two RBI and Ty Van Valkenburg, Alex Slater and Mark Costanzo all drove in a run.

Van Valkenburg pitched all five innings for the Outlaws, allowing one run and three hits with five strikeouts and no walks.

Outlaws 9

Berkshire 1

Andrew Sager and Sam Launer combined to throw a one-hitter as the Greene County Outlaws 14U defeated the Berkshire Baseball Club, 9-1, in the first game of Saturday’s travel baseball doubleheader.

Sager pitched five innings, striking out seven, walking six and allowing one run. Launer threw the last two frames, surrendering one hit with four strikeouts and one walk.

Sager and Ty Van Valkenburg each had two singles and two RBI for the Outlaws. Zach Russell, Zak Wagor, Zane Devries-Lepson and Mark Costanzo all singled and Launer and Alex Slater each had an RBI.

Mechanicville 3,

Blackhawks 2

Mechanicville scored a run with one out in the bottom of the seventh to edge the ENY Blackhawks 14U, 3-2, in Sunday’s travel baseball game.

Nolan Space led the Blackhawks (13-3) with a pair of singles. Dom Pelizza and Max Frering both singled.

Pelizza pitched well in defeat, striking out seven and walking one while allowing three runs and six hits.

15U

Bethlehem 4,

Outlaws 3

Bethlehem broke up a 3-3 with a run in the bottom of the sixth inning and held on to defeat the Greene County Outlaws 15U, 4-3, in Sunday’s travel baseball game.

Sean Scott had a double and single for the Outlaws. Brady Penet and Shane DeRose both singled.

Brodie Montgomery struck out six, walked six and allowed three runs and one hit in two innings for the Outlaws. Christian Tedford pitched the last four innings, striking out three, walking two and allowing one run and two hits.

10U

Clippers 11,

Outalws 10

Mason Briscoe walked with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning to give the Columbia Clippers 10U an 11-10 victory over the Greene County Outlaws 10U in the secong game of Sunday’s travle baseball doubleheader.

Briscoe had a single and two RBI for the Clippers. Evan Conte added a single and an RBI, Jayden Brantley, Otto Semp and Logan Burleigh all singled and Amarion Perry and Ryan Link both drove in a run.

Perry and Ethan Brennan combined for the win, striking out seven, walking six and allowing 10 runs and seven hits.

Clippers 10,

Outlaws 7

Mason Briscoe singled and drove in three runs to lead the Columbia Clippers 10U to a 10-7 victory over the Greene County Outlaws 10U in the first game of Sunday’s travel baseball doubleheader.

Ryan Link and Tanner Kelly each had a single and two RBI for the Clippers. Evan Conte added a single and an RBI, Jayden Brantley, Otto Semp and Logan Burleigh all singled and Ethan Brennan drove in a run.

Burleigh pitched four innings for the Clippers, allowing six runs and three hits with six strikeouts and three walks. Conte struck out two and allowed one run and two hits.

SOFTBALL

Lady Reds 16U post two wins

The Chatham Lady Reds Rage 16U softball team won two out of three games in Saturday’s Guilderland Tournament.

The Lady Reds fell to the Capital Region Reign in their opening game, 6-5.

Olive Mountain had three singles and four RBI for the Lady Reds. Addi Perry and Lily Kritzman both had two singles, Michaela Masten singled and drove in a run and Anna Friedman singled.

Kritzman pitched for Chatham, striking out seven, walking four and allowing six runs and 12 hits.

The Lady Red defeated the Glens Falls Titans Blue, 12-4, in their second game.

Grace Brennan and Aliyah Camacho homered. Brennan had two RBI and Camacho had three RBI. Olive Mountain doubled and drove in three runs, Lily Kritzman collected three singles and two RBI, Addi Perry had three singles, Lindsay Martin and Anna Friedman singled and Michaela Masten drove in a run.

Friedman had one strikeout while allowing four runs and seven hits in four innings. Kritzman struck out one and allowed one hit in one inning.

In their third game of the day, the Lady Reds defeated the East Greenbush Xpress in eight innings, 6-5.

With the score tied 2-2 through seven innings, Aliyah Camacho blasted a two-run homer and Lindsay Martin added a solo jack as the Lady Reds plated four runs in the top of the eighth to take the lead for good.

Martin also had a double and single to finish with a perfect 3 for 3 day at the plate. Anna Friedman had a double and single with an RBI, Olive Mountain doubled and drove in a run and Addi Perry singled.

Friedman (3k,1r,2h) and Kritzman (5k,3bb, 3r,4h) combined for the win.

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