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Rams pound Bishop Maginn, 12-1, for 3rd straight victory

Thursday, April 11, 2013 - Updated: 4:09 PM

Staff report

ALBANY -- The Amsterdam High School baseball team notched its third straight win Wednesday, putting up eight runs in the first innings en route to a 12-1, six-inning win over Bishop Maginn at Bleecker Stadium.

Jonardy Anil doubled, singled twice and drove in two runs for the Rams (3-1, 2-0 Big 10), who pounded out 17 hits on the way to the victory. Bishop Maginn managed just two hits against Amsterdam pitchers Dylan Angelo and Jason Agresta.

Kolbie Glionna added three hits for Amsterdam, which sent all nine batters to the plate before it recorded an out in the first inning. Agresta, Rob Sherlcok and Dan Renwick added two hits apiece.

After managing just one run on three hits in their season-opening loss to Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, the Rams have piled up 37 runs on 47 hits during a three-game win streak that opened Friday with a 7-3 road victory over South Glens Falls and included Monday's 18-2 win over Bishop Maginn in Amsterdam.

The Rams return to action Friday in Schenectady against Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons before returning to Shuttleworth Park on Monday to conclude the home-and-home series with ND-BG.

TRACK AND FIELD

Big 10

Amsterdam vs. Catholic Central and Schenectady

Inclement weather forced the postponement of Amsterdam's first Big 10 track and field meet of the season. Several events were contested before thunder and torrential rain forced the meet to be called off.

The meet will be resumed Monday at Amsterdam High School.

     

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