Chris Brown homered and drove in two runs and Ethan Lenzo tripled, doubled and had four RBI to lead the Greene County Outlaws 8U to a 19-8 victory over the Colonie Raiders 8U in Sunday’s travel baseball game.
Carter Chase ripped a double and single and drove in five runs for the Outlaws. Ethan Peters tripled and had an RBI, Caleb Frisbee doubled and drove in a run, Andrew Favicchio had two singles and an RBI, Madi Van Alphen singled and had an RBI, Kaden Paterson singled, Aiden Yusko scored two runs and Braden Martin and JJ Shah both scored a run.
Lenzo, Frisbee and Van Alphen teamed to strike out 10 and walk five while allowing eight runs and seven hits.
Outlaws 13, EGCYBL 8
Caleb Frisbee ripped a double and single with two RBI and Ethan Lenzo went 3 for 3 with three singles and three RBI as the Greene County Outlaws 8U defeated East Greenbush-Castleton, 13-8, in Friday’s travel baseball game.
East Greenbush-Castleton led 5-4 early in the contest, but the Outlaws plated four runs in the bottom of the second, single runs in the third and fourth and three in the fifth to wrap up the victory.
Madi Van Alphen had two singles and three RBI for the Outlaws. Chris Brown, Andrew Favicchio and JJ Shah each had a single and an RBI, Carter Chase, Aiden Yusko and Deagan Welch singled and Braden Martin and Ethan Peters both had an RBI.
Brown, Shah, Chase and Welch all pitched for the Outlaws, striking out eight, walking 10 and allowing eight runs and five hits.
Clippers 11, Spring 3
Henry Semp and Trent Keller both slugged home runs to lead the Columbia Clippers 12+ Blue travel baseball team to an 11-3 victory over Spring Youth Baseball on Sunday.
Semp also doubled and drove in three runs, while Keller also had two singles and finished with two RBI.
Hunter Nielsen had a double and single with two RBI for the Clippers. Cameron Newkirk and Tyler Sheldon each had a double and single, Colton Hutson had two singles and two RBI, Maky Kirby doubled, Xavier Castle singled and Thomas Pierro drove in a run.
Nielsen (7k,2bb,1r) and Aidan Buchinsky (3k,4bb,2r,1h) combined for the win.
Clippers 12, DevilCats 8
Cameron Newkirk capped off a dramatic eight-run seventh inning rally with a grand slam -- his second homer of the game -- to give the Columbia Clippers 12+ Blue a 12-8 victory over the DevilCats Blue in Friday’s travel baseball game.
The DevilCats led 8-4 going into the bottom of the seventh, but the Clippers weren’t done. Colton Hutson drew a bases loaded walk to force in a run, two more runs scored on an error and Maky Kirby ripped an RBI single to tie the score at 8-8.
Tyler Sheldon singled to re-load the bases, setting the stage for Newkirk, who blasted a 2-2 pitch over the center field fence to give the Clippers the victory.
Newkirk finished 3 for 4 with 6 RBI for the Clippers. Hutson had a double and single, Sheldon added two singles, Kirby and Aidan Buchinsky each had a single and an RBI, Trent Keller singled and Henry Slemp had an RBI.
Kirby (10k,1bb,4r,5h), Keller (2k,1bb,3r,2h) and Sheldon (1k,1bb,1r) all pitched for the Clippers.
Blackhawks 13, Pittsfield 13
Brandon Rossano collected a triple, two doubles and three RBI and came in to record the final out with the tying run on third in the bottom of the seventh inning as the ENY Blackhawks 14U earned a hard-fought 14-13 victory over the Pittsfield Thunder in Sunday’s travel baseball game.
Tyler Peck had three singles and an RBI for the Blackhawks. Gavin Hartka doubled and drove in two, Jacob Macfarlane had two singles, Sam Buquet and Gabe Carpenter each had a single and two RBI, Kyle Danforth singled and drove in a run and Devin Scali and Max Frering both had a single.
Frering, Hartka, Scali, Danforth and Rossano all pitched for the Blackhawks, combining for five strikeouts and 13 walks while allowing 13 runs and 10 hits.
CNY 16, Clippers 9
The CNY Pioneers posted a 16-9 victory over the Columbia Clippers 10U in Sunday’s travel baseball game.
Amarion Perry’s two singles led the Clippers’ 10-hit attack. Mason Briscoe and Evan Conte both had a single and an RBI and Tanner Kelly and Logan Burleigh each had a single.
Briscoe, Conte and Burleigh combined to strike out eight, walk eight and allow 16 runs and eight hits.