From Tuesday's Saugerties-Glens Falls game.
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Batting Average: Blake Buckman, Elmira (.478)
Home Runs: Two tied at 2
RBIs: Nathan Koslowski, Victor (12)
Stolen Bases: JJ Shimko, Albany (9)
Wins: Skyler Defer, Newark (3)
ERA: Eight tied at 0.00
Strikeouts: Brennen Smith, Victor (20)
Innings Pitched: Skyler Defer, Newark (21.2)
Saves: Yale Hughes, Oneonta (4)
Longest Winning Streak (Active): Mohawk Valley (4)
Longest Losing Streak (Active): Adirondack (6)
Last Night’s Games:
Jamestown 7 Adirondack 0
A stellar start from Dylan King led the Jamestown Jammers to a 7-0 win over the Adirondack Trail Blazers in Boonville.
King struck out eight batters over six scoreless innings as he allowed just three hits in earning the win.
Clay Payne hit a solo home run in the top of the fourth inning for the game’s first scoring. Hunter Jones hit an RBI single in the sixth to extend the lead to 2-0. Then in the seventh, the Jammers added three runs on a Christ Conley solo home run, a Payne RBI single and a Jake Hammon RBI single. The Jammers added two runs in the eighth to finish the game’s scoring.
Three Jamestown relievers combined to allow just one run in three innings of work. Connor Donahue took the loss for Adirondack.
Amsterdam 7 Albany 0
Three Amsterdam pitchers combined on a shutout and the Mohawks scored five runs in the eighth to beat the Albany Dutchmen, 7-0, at Shuttleworth Park.
Nick Patten hit an RBI single in the sixth to give Amsterdam a 1-0 lead and a sacrifice fly in the seventh extended the lead to 2-0. Then in the eighth, Austin Botello hit an RBI single, Joe Genord hit a three-run double and Chris Givin hit an RBI double.
On the mound, Tim Herrin pitched the first four innings, giving up just one hit while striking out seven. Johnny Malatesta tossed the next three to earn the win. Jackson Bubala took the loss for Albany.
Elmira 8 Geneva 6
The Elmira Pioneers used a 15-hit effort to go on and beat the Geneva Red Wings, 8-6, at Dunn Field in the two teams’ first matchup of the season.
An error scored two runs for the Red Wings in the first but Elmira responded with two of its own in the home half on a Rob Perteet RBI single and an error. Each team scored a lone run in the third. An error scored another run for Geneba in the fifth but the Pioneers bounced back in the home half with three runs on a Tyler Plantier RBI single, a sacrifice fly and another RBI single.
Elmira scored a lone run in the sixth and seventh. Geneva plated two in the eighth, but it wasn’t enough as the Pioneers held on.
Spencer Kulman picked up the win for the Pioneers as Zack Helsel struck out the side to notch the save. Tom Sutera took the loss for Geneva.
Saugerties 6 Glens Falls 2
A strong start from Andrew Workman led the Saugerties Stallions to a 6-2 win over the Glens Falls Dragons at Cantine Field.
Workman worked seven innings of one-run ball with six strikeouts and three hits allowed to earn the win.
The Stallions got on the board in the first on a Zach Dethomasis RBI single. Glens Falls got the run back in the fourth on a Griffin Neuer. A triple and an error led to two runs for Saugerties in the home half of the inning to give the Stallions the lead. Two more runs scored in the fifth and Saugerties added a lone run in the sixth to make it a 6-1 game.
Andrew Kneussle took the loss for Glens Falls.
Mohawk Valley 7 Utica 0
The Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs won their fourth straight game with a 7-0 shutout over the Utica Blue Sox in Little Falls.
The DiamondDawgs got on the board first, scoring a run on an error in the third inning. A five-run fifth was the big inning as runs scored on an error, an Andrew Turner three-run home run and a Tanner Leenknecht RBI single. An RBI groundout in the eighth made it a 7-0 game.
Shane Reardon got the win for the DiamondDawgs, tossing two innings of scoreless relief. Michael Hope took the loss for Utica.
Newark 5 Victor 4 (Game One)
In a matinee game at Colburn Park, the Newark Pilots scored three runs in the top of the first to lead them to a 5-4 win in a game where Victor was the home team.
The three first inning runs came on a Luke Reynolds home run. No more runs were scored until the seventh when a wild pitch scored a run for the Pilots and in the bottom of the inning, Jack Zagaja hit an RBI single to put Victor on the board. The Pilots added a run on a Matt Zielonoko in the eighth.
Victor rallied for three runs in the bottom of the ninth on a Ryan Balwin double, an error and a Reagan Wright RBI single. But it wasn’t enough as Newark held on for the victory.
Skyler Defer tossed 8.2 innings and earned the win for the Pilots as Brian Dolan notched the save. Dominic Danetti took the loss for Victor.
Victor 12 Newark 6 (Game Two)
A six-run second inning propelled the Victor RailRiders to a 12-6 win over the Newark Pilots to split a doubleheader.
After each team scored a run in the first inning, Dale Wickham hit an RBI single, an error, a Nick Russo RBI single, a sacrifice fly and a Dylan Cruther two-run single to account for the six runs. In the third, Dale Wickham hit an RBI triple. Newark scored two runs in the home half on a groundout and a wild pitch.
The RailRiders also scored lone runs in the fourth and fifth inning. Newark scored its final two runs of the game in the fourth inning.
Jake Casey got the win for Victor while DJ Mendenhall gave up the first seven Victor runs in taking the loss.
Saugerties at Adirondack 7:05 p.m.
Amsterdam at Mohawk Valley 6:35 p.m.
Elmira at Geneva 7:05 p.m.
Oneonta at Glens Falls 7 p.m.
Jamestown at Utica 6:35 p.m.
Newark at Victor 5 p.m.
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