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Przybylowicz, AHS split pair of games

Monday, April 14, 2014 - Updated: 8:50 AM

CASTLETON-ON-HUDSON -- The Amsterdam High School softball team split a pair of games in its weeekend action at the Maple Hill Tournament, topping Granville 19-10 and dropping a 19-4 decision to Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk.

In the first game, AHS senior Ashley Pryzyblowicz clubbed two home runs in a four-hit, five-RBIs outing. She slugged a three-run home run in her first official at-bat of the season.

In the win, Morgin Russell and Ella Dybas each had two hits.

In the game two loss, Pryzyblowicz -- who was named to the all-tournament team -- had two more hits.

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Ben Conte Memorial Tournament

Dolgeville 11, OESJ 8

OESJ 11, West Canada 9

The Wolves fell victim to a three-run rally in the top of the sixth inning to drop the opening game in the Ben Conte Memorial Tournament, but rebounded to score seven unanswered runs to surge to victory in the consolation game against West Canada.

In its loss to Dolgeville, OESJ ripped a single and a double to lead an eight-hit attack. Kasey Foster and Danny Fox each doubled and singled to lead the way for Dolgeville, which took advantage of eight OESJ errors.

John Vicciarelli doubled three times in the Wolves' consolation win over West Canada, while Tyler Mayton drilled a two-run double and Klock pitched four scoreless innings of relief to earn the win.

F-MCC splits 4-game series with HVCC

The Fulton-Montgomery Community College baseball team went 2-2 over the weekend, splitting a pair of doubleheaders with Hudson Valley Community College.

Saturday at F-MCC, the Raiders won game one, 13-11, behind a home run from James Waters and three hits apiece from Greg Mosetti and Chris Rockefeller, while HVCC got an Anthony Scaccia homer to post an 8-4 win in the second game.

Sunday at Joe Bruno Stadium in Troy, F-MCC (8-11) again won the first game as Alex Vickery belted a grand slam, Kristjan Maksuti homered and doubled and Greg Ruddy was 3 for 5 with two runs batted in to lead a 15-6 rout. HVCC won a wild nightcap, 13-12, thanks to two-run homers from Matt Sand, Mike Sunkes and Eric Mueller, while Vickery led F-MCC with four hits and two RBI.

     

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