AMSTERDAM — Brandon Rossano fired a two-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts and helped himself with a pair of singles and three RBI to lead the unbeaten Eastern New York 13U Blackhawks to a 10-0 victory over the Upper Deck Titans on Sunday.

Rossano walked only two and was in complete control from the opening inning on in the 90-degree heat.

Rossano had plenty of support as his teammates mounted a nine-hit attack. Gavin Hartka collected a double, two singles and an RBI. Tyler Peck and Max Frering both had a double and two RBI and Kyle Danforth and Gabe Carpenter singled.

The Blackhawks have outscored their five opponents by a score of 88-19 and will be back in action on Wednesday at 6 p.m. when they visit Guilderland.

Blackhawks 13U 23, TC Bombers 12

KINDERHOOK — The Eastern New York Blackhawks built an 11-0 lead through three innings and went on to clobber the TC Bombers, 23-12, in Saturday’s Eastern New York 13U Travel Baseball game.

The game got sloppy at times with the two teams combining for 37 walks and 11 errors, 24 of the walks issued by Bombers pitchers and nine of the errors made by Bombers fielders.

Kyle Danforth had a double and drove in four runs for the Blackhawks. Gavin Hartka tripled and had two RBI, Max Frering had three singles and an RBI, Jacob Carroll two singles and two RBI, Tyler Peck a single and three RBI, Gabe Carpenter a single and two RBI and Brandon Rossano scored five runs and had an RBI.

Dom Pelizza, Jacob Macfarlane, Devin Scali, Carroll, Carpenter and Hartka all pitched for the Blackhawks, combining to allow 12 runs and eight hits with seven strikeouts and 13 walks.

Halfmoon Mariners 5, Outlaws 13U 2

Outlaws 13U 8, Halfmoon Mariners 5

WATERFORD — The Greene County Outlaws 13U baseball team split Sunday’s Eastern New York Travel Baseball doubleheader with the Halfmoon Mariners, losing the first game, 5-2, before bouncing back to take the nightcap, 8-5.

In the opener, Mike Barkevich doubled and drove in two runs to lead Halfmoon.

Riley Street paced the Outlaws with a single and an RBI. Andrew Sager, Zane Devries-Lepson and Coleman Roe all singled and Cole Partridge picked up an RBI.

Sager pitched 4 1/3 innings for the Outlaws, striking out one, walking five and allowing three runs and three hits. Jaeson Hoop threw the last 1 2/3 innings, striking out two and giving up two runs and three hits.

In the second game, Ty Van Valkenburg singled and drove in two runs and turned in six solid innings on the mound to help the Outlaws avoid the sweep.

Devries-Lepson and Zach Russell each had two singles for the Outlaws. Street had a single and an RBI, Roe singled and Zak Wagor and Sager each knocked in a run.

Van Valkenburg struck out one, walked six and allowed five runs and four hits in earning the win. Roe pitched the final frame, walking one batter.

14U

Outlaws 6, South Troy Dodgers 13U 5

South Troy Dodgers 13U 18, Outlaws 8

COXSACKIE — The South Troy Dodgers 13U scored 10 runs in the fifth inning to break up an 8-8 tie and went on to defeat the Greene County Outlaws 14U, 18-8, to salvage a split of Saturday’s Eastern New York Travel Baseball doubleheader at McQuade Park.

Tim Bushart went 4 for 4 with five RBI to spark the Dodgers in the nightcap. Frank Conroy had a triple, two singles and two RBI and Ian Oehlschlaeger added three singles and two RBI.

Zach Russell led the Outlaws with a triple and two RBI. Ty Van Valkenburg had a double and two RBI, Sean Scott doubled, Marion Kohler had a single and two RBI, Brodie Montgomery a single and an RBI, Andrew Sager and Alex Slater a single each and Jake Miller an RBI.

Shane Baker went the distance on the mound for the Dodgers, striking out four, walking one and allowing eight runs and seven hits.

Kohler (4k,2bb,8r,8h) and Christian Tedford (2k,10r,6h) combined on the mound for the Outlaws.

In the first game, the Outlaws scored twice in the fifth inning to take the lead for good. Nate Timot-Shook and Kohler (RBI) both doubled in the rally. Scott had an RBI single.

Shook-Timot finished with a double, single and an RBI for the Outlaws. Scott had two singles and an RBI. Kohler a double and an RBI, Montgomery two singles, Shane DeRose a single and an RBI and Tedford a single.

Brendan Mochrie led the Dodgers with a double. Baker chipped in with two singles.

Shook Timot (2k,6bb,4r,5h) pitched three innings and Montgomery (5k,2bb,1r,3h) threw four innings for the Outlaws.

Oehlschlaeger, Sam Buquet and Riley Pellum teamed up to strike out two, walk nine and allow six runs and nine hits for the Dodgers.

11U

Spring Prodigy 4, Columbia Clippers 0

HUDSON — The Columbia Clippers were held to four hits in a 4-0 loss to Spring Prodigy in Sunday’s Eastern New York 11U Travel Baseball game at Galvan Field.

Jacob Alvarez led the Clippers with a double and single. Ryan Conte and Trent Keller both singled.

Ryan Conte pitched one inning for the Clippers, striking out two, walking one and allowing three runs and two hits. Bryanden Jause struc out four, walked two and allowed a run and three hits in four innings. Eli Conte closed the show, walking one and allowing one hit in two innings.

CP Plainsmen 8, Columbia Clippers 1

HUDSON — The Clifton Park Plainsmen posted an 8-1 victory over the Columbia Clippers in Friday’s Eastern New York 8U Travel Baseball game at Galvan Field.

Kameron Duntz had a single and an RBI for the Clippers. Brayden Jause, Gannon Logue and Eli Conte all singled.

Duntz started on the mound for the Clippers and pitched 2 1/3 innings, allowing four runs and five hits with five walks. Jause pitched three innings, striking out three, walking two and allowing three hits. Ryan Conte finished up, surrendering four runs and three hits with two strikeouts and two walks in 1 2/3 innings.

8U

Greene County Outlaws 14, Scotia-Glenville Mohawks 4

COXSACKIE — Aiden Harris had a triple and single with an RBI and pitched two solid innings in relief as the Greene County Outlaws defeated the Scotia-Glenville Mohawks, 14-4, in Sunday’s Eastern New York 8U Travel Baseball game at McQuade Park.

Carter Chase had a double for the Outlaws, who improved to 4-1. Ryan Harris contributed a single and two RBI, J.J. Irwin had a single and an RBI and Tyler Wood, Maddie Van Alphen, Andrew Favicchio, Kaden Paterson and Jackson Storm each had an RBI.

Van Etten (3k,1bb,1h), Aiden Harris (5k,3bb,3r,1h) and Storm (4k,1r,1h) each pitched two innings for the Outlaws.

SOFTBALL

Miss Shen Thunder 8, Greene County Outlaws 14U 3

SCHENECTADY — Ava Heffner went 4 for 4 with a double and three RBI, but the Greene County Outlaws 14U softball team dropped an 8-3 decision to the Miss Shen Thunder 14U Select team in Sunday’s Eastern New York Travel softball game.

Ryan Carroll and Emily Mesick both had a double and single for the Outlaws. Riley Sitcer doubled and Liz Holliday and Gabby Logue each had a single.

Logue pitched the first three innings for the Outlaws, striking out two, walking five and allowing six runs and four hits. Mesick struck out two, walked three and surrendered two runs and three hits in three innings of relief.

Greene County Outlaws 14U 6, Mid-Hudson Rebels 5

SCHENECTADY — Emily Mesick doubled in Nuala Kappel with the game-winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning as the Greene County Outlaws 14U softball team edged the Mid-Hudson Rebels, 6-5, on Sunday.

The game was tied 3-3 after seven innings, but the Rebels snagged a 5-3 lead in the top of the eighth.

In the bottom of the eighth, Ryan Carroll doubled in Riley Sitcer to cut the deficit to 5-4. Carroll went to third on a wild pitch and scored on Hannah Pinto’s fielder’s choice. Kappel and Gabby Logue walked, setting the stage for Mesick, who came through with a line drive double to right field that chased in the decisive run.

Pinto had a double and single with two RBI for the Outlaws. Mesick and Carroll doubled and Liz Holliday and Sitcer singled.

Logue pitched five innings for the Outlaws, striking out two, walking one and allowing two runs and five hits. Mesick threw the last three frames, giving up two runs and fur hits with one strikeout.

Greene County Outlaws 14U 9, Turn Two Gold Glovers 6

SCHENECTADY — Riley Sitcer hit her first career over-the-fence home run to power the Greene County Outlaws 14U softball team to a 9-6 victory over the Turn Two Gold Glovers on Saturday.

Sitcer had two RBI for the Outlaws. Ryan Carroll added two singles and two RBI, Liz Holliday had a single and an RBI and Gabby Logue singled.

Logue pitched 4 2/3 innings, striking out three, walking seven and allowing six runs and three hits. Emily Mesick relieved and struck out the only batter she faced.

Glens Falls Titans 9, Outlaws 14U 2

SCHENECTADY — The Glens Falls Titans overcame an early two-run deficit and went on to defeat the Greene county Outlaws 14U softball team, 9-2, on Saturday.

The Outlaws took a 2-0 edge in the first inning on a two-run double off the bat of Ryan Carroll, but the Titans came back to score nine answered runs the rest of the way to earn the victory.

Liz Holliday had two singles for the Outlaws. Riley Sitcer and Hannah Pinto both singled.

Emily Mesick went the distance on the mound for the Outlaws, striking out three and allowing nine runs and 11 hits.

Outlaws 14U 10, Rotterdam Rivals 2

SCHENECTADY — Ava Heffner collected two singles and five RBI to help the Greene County Outlaws 14U softball team post a 10-2 victory over the Rotterdam Rivals on Saturday.

Ryan Carroll added a double, single and an RBI to the Outlaws’ cause. Riley Sitcer singled and had two RBI, Liz Holliday had two singles, Hannah Pinto a single and an RBI and Gabby Logue and Emily Mesick a single each.

Gabby Logue earned the win on the mound for the Outlaws with two strikeouts, three walks and two runs and five hits allowed in three innings. Mesick threw the last two innings, striking out two and allowing one hit.

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