VALATIE — Mason Ferrer went 5 for 6 with a double and four RBI as the Columbia Clippers 16U defeated All-Stars Academy, 19-9, in Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

Neil Howard III had a double, two singles and three RBI for the Clippers. Matt Buono added a double, two singles and two RBI, Zach Rowe collected three singles and three RBI, Brady Holzhauer contributed two singles and three RBI and Tyler Van Allen and Shawn Lyons both singled.

Ferrer (3k,1bb,5r,9h), Mitchel Keegan (1bb,4r,2h) and Holzhauer (3k,5h) shared mound duties for the Clippers.

Clippers 2, Cyclones 1

Kyle Bartlett ripped a double and single and pitched three innings of shutout ball to lead the Columbia Clippers 16U to a 2-1 victory over the Duanesburg Cyclones 16U in Saturday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

Brady Holzhauer collected a pair of singles and an RBI for the Clippers. Mason Ferrer added a single.

Bartlett struck out five, walked three and allowed two hits in his three innings on the mound. Troy Super threw the last four innings, striking out five, walking one and allowing one run and four hits.

15U

Blackhawks 12, Clippers 5

Kyle Danforth and Dom Pelizza both had two doubles as the ENY Blackhawks 15U completed a doubleheader sweep of the Columbia Clippers 15U with a 12-5 victory on Sunday.

Danforth also drove in three runs, while Pelizza had two RBI. Tyler Peck added a triple, single and an RBI to the Blackhawks ‘ cause. Max Frering doubled and drove in two, Brandon Rossano had two singles and an RBI, Gabe Carpenter doubled, Jacob Macfarlane singled and Devin Scali and Scott Sleurs both drove in a run.

Hunter Kelly had a double and single and LJ Morse doubled for the Clippers. Matt Munro contributed two singles.

Rossano (5k,3bb,3r,2h) and Pelizza (4k,1bb,2r,4h) shared mound duties for the Blackhawks.

Ashton Hotaling, Skylar Laurange and Alberto Rivera all pitched for the Clippers, striking out, one, walking eight and allowing 12 runs and 11 hits.

Blackhawks 18, Clippers 2

Brandon Rossano had a triple and single with three RBI and Gabe Carpenter collected a double, single and three RBI to lead the ENY Blackhawks 15U to an 18-2 victory over the Columbia Clippers 15U in the first game of Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball doubleheader.

Tyler Peck doubled and drove in a run for the Blackhawks. Max Frering had three singles, Scott Sleurs added two singles and three RBI, Jacob Macfarlane had two singles and an RBI Sam Buquet singled and drove in two runs, Kyle Danforth singled and had an RBI and Dom Pelizza singled.

Hunter Kelly doubled for the Clippers. Connor McDarby contributed two singles and an RBI.

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

14U

Blackhawks 10, Clippers 0

Christian Abrams fired a four-hit shutout to lead the ENY Blackhawks 14U+ Red to a 10-0 victory over the Columbia Clippers 14U in Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

Abrams struck out six and walked five in going the distance for the win.

Sam Stead doubled for the Blackhawks. Pat Graziano singled and drove in a run and Conner Brignull, Nolan Space and Alan Hamilton Jr. singled.

Dylan Dibble went 3 for 3 to lead the Clippers. Callan Heimroth singled.

Logan Fink (6k,5bb,3r,3h) and Colin Hutson (1k,2bb,4r,2h) both had a turn on the mound for the Clippers.

Clippers 12, Royals 6

Cameron Newkirk belted two doubles, drove in five runs and was the winning pitcher as the Columbia Clippers 14U defeated the Lansingburgh Royals 14U, 12-6, in Friday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

Colton Hutson singled and drove in two runs for the Clippers. Dylan Dibble singled and drove in a run and Thomas Pierro singled.

Newkirk pitched 4 1/3 innings, striking out four, walking five and allowing six runs and three hits. Dibble finished up, not allowing a run or hit with two strikeouts in 1 2/3 innings.

13U

Clippers 6, Gators 5

The Columbia Clippers 13U overcame a three-run deficit with four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning and held on to complete a doubleheader sweep of the CPH Gators with a 6-5 victory in Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball action.

Xavier Castle and Kameron Duntz each had a single and two RBI for the Clippers. Avery Ackerly added a single and an RBI, Austin June and Jack Welch both singled and Maky Kirby had an RBI.

Duntz (5k,2bb), Kirby (2k,2bb,4r,3h) and Charlie Schrader (1k,1bb,1r,2h) all pitched for the Clippers.

Clippers 14, Gators 4

Eli Conte went 3 for 3 to highlight the Columbia Clippers 13U’s 14-4 victory over the CPH Gators 14-4 in the first game of Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball doubleheader.

Gannon Logue added two singles and two RBI to the Clippers’ attack. Maky Kirby singled and drove in two runs, Xavier Castle singled and drove in a run, Kameron Duntz singled, Hunter Nielsen drove in two runs and Jack Welch drove in a run.

Logue (9k,3bb,3r,6h) and Brayden Jause (1k,3bb,1r,4h) split the pitching duties for the Clippers.

11U

Clippers 15, Dodgers 13

The Columbia Clippers 11U overcame a two-run deficit with four in the fifth inning and went on to edge the South Troy Dodgers 11U, 15-13, in Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

Tanner Kelly led the Clippers with two singles and four RBI. Amarion Perry singled and drove in three runs, Evan Conte singled and drove in two runs, Mason Briscoe had two singles and an RBI, Logan Burleigh singled and drove in a run, Ryan Link singled and Otto Semp drove in a run.

Perry, Briscoe and Braeden Barnes all pitched for the Clippers, striking out five, walking eight and allowing 13 runs and eight hits.

9+

Outlaws 12, Clippers 8

A five-run fifth inning uprising gave the Greene County Outlaws 9+ a 12-8 victory over the Columbia Clippers 9+ in Sunday’s Fall Travel Baseball game.

Chris Brown had a single and an RBI for the Outlaws. Caleb Frisbee, Braden Martin, Austin Bashford, Daegen Welch and JJ Shah all singled.

Stosh Yusko, Bashford and Frisbee all pitched for the Outlaws, striking out 14, walking 10 and allowing eight runs and three hits.

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