VALATIE — Brady Holzhauer collected a double, three singles and four RBI to highlight a 21-hit attack as the Columbia Clippers 16U defeated the Berkshire Americans 16+, 17-12, in Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

Mason Ferrer had three singles and two RBI for the Clippers. Shawn Lyons and Zach Rowe each had three singles and an RBI, Derrick Dellea added two singles and four RBI, Jack Mullins contributed two singles and three RBI, Kyle Bartlett had two singles and an RBI, Troy Super and Mitchel Keegan both singled and Tyler Van Allen drove in a run.

Dellea, Bartlett, Ferrer, Holzhauer and Super all pitched for the Clippers, allowing 12 runs and nine hits with 14 strikeouts and 11 walks.

15U

Saratoga 4, Blackhawks 2

The Saratoga Stampede scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to earn a come-from-behind 4-2 victory over the ENY Blackhawks 15U in the first game of Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball doubleheader.

Dom Pelizza led the Blackhawks with a double and single. Scott Sleurs and Kyle Danforth both had a single and an RBI and Gabe Carpenter singled. Sleurs (5k,4bb,4r,5h) pitched 5 2/3 innings and Danforth (1k) threw 1/3 of an inning for the Blackhawks.

Saratoga 7, Blackhawks 2

The Saratoga Stampede plated four runs in the first inning and went on to defeat the ENY Blackhawks 15U, 7-2, to complete a sweep of Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball doubleheader.

Dom Pelizza doubled and drove in a run for the Blackhawks. Nolan Space singled and drove in a run and Gabe Carpenter and Sam Buquet singled.

Pelizza, Kyle Danforth and Buquet all pitched for the Blackhawks, combining to strike out three, walk 12 and allow seven runs and five hits.

14U

Clippers 9, HV Indians 5

The Columbia Clippers 14U overcame an early four-run deficit to defeat the Hudson Valley Indians 13U, 9-5, in Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

Ryan Schmidt led the Clippers with a double, single and three RBI. Thomas Pierro contributed two singles and two RBI, Liam Mullins singled and drove in a run and Colton Hutson singled.

Mullins (4k,1r,1h) pitched three innings and Callan Heimroth (7k,3w,4r,2h) threw four innings for the Clippers.

13U

Clippers 5, Devil Cats 4

Four pitchers combined to scatter five hits as the Columbia Clippers 13U defeated the Devil Cats Blue 13U, 5-4, in the first game of Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball doubleheader.

Gannon Logue (5k,1bb,1h), Maky Kirby (1k,3bb,2r,1h), Brayden Jause (2k,3bb,2r,2h) and Ryan Conte (1bb,1h) all had a turn on the mound for the Clippers.

Ryan Conte singled and drove in a run. Logue, Jause and Kirby all singled. Kameron Duntz had an RBI.

Devil Cats 13, Clippers 10

The Devil Cats Blue 13U salvaged a split of Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball doubleheader with the Columbia Clippers 13U, winning the nightcap, 13-10.

Austin June ripped two doubles and drove in a run for the Clippers. Hunter Nielsen added two singles and an RBI, Gannon Logue, Kameron Duntz and Jack Welch had a single and an RBI apiece, Jacob Alvarez, Trevor Van Allen and Maky Kirby each had a single and Xavier Castle and Ryan Conte both drove in a run.

June, Eli Conte, Duntz, Van Allen and Charlie Schrader all pitched for the Clippers, striking out six, walking 14 and allowing 13 runs and nine hits.

11U

Clippers 9, Cap City 6

Amarion Perry had two singles and Tanner Kelly drove in two runs to lead the Columbia Clippers 11U to a 9-6 victory over the Cap City Kings 11+ In Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

Braeden Barnes and Jayden Brantley both had a single and an RBI for the Clippers. Ethan Brennan and Ryan Link both singled and Mason Briscoe drove in a run.

Perry (3k,2bb,3r,3h) pitched three innings, Briscoe (6k,1bb,2r,3h) went five and Logan Burleigh (2k,1bb,1r) threw one for the Clippers.

9+

GC Outlaws 15, South Troy 8

Austin Bashford, Braden Martin and Daegen Welch all had two RBI to lead the Greene County Outlaws 9+ to a 15-8 victory over the South Troy Dodgers 9+ in Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

Bashford ripped a double and single for the Outlaws. Martin and Welch both singled, Caleb Frisbee, Kaden Paterson and Ethan Lenzo all singled and drove in a run and Maks Drukarczyk drove in a run.

Lenzo (4k,6bb,5r) and Frisbee (8k,1bb,3r,1h) combined for the win.

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