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Anil leads Amsterdam past CCHS

Tuesday, May 07, 2013 - Updated: 3:30 PM

Staff report

TROY -- Jonardy Anil had a career game with a triple, two singles and four runs batted in, and the Amsterdam High School baseball team scored six runs in both the fourth and fifth innings to power to a 14-5 win over Catholic Central in Big 10 action Monday.

Ayden Healy doubled, singled and drove in two runs for Amsterdam, while Andrew Rouse singled twice and drove in two runs. The Rams (8-6, 6-5 Big 10) pounded out 15 hits en route to victory.

Up 8-5 in the fifth inning, Amsterdam broke the game open with a six-run rally sparked by RBI singles from Julian Gallup and Rouse, a run-scoring walk from Jason Agresta and a three-run triple by Anil.

Zach Dufel had a 12-inning scoreless streak snapped for Amsterdam, but Dylan Angelo and Jason Agresta tossed 3 2/3 innings of scoreless relief to seal the Rams' third win in their last four games.

The two teams meet again Wednesday at Shuttleworth Park.

Western Athletic Conference

Fort Plain 19, Mayfield 0

Chris Hanifin and Jesse Heroth combined for 17 strikeouts in a two-hitter, and Hanifin had three singles, three runs batted in and three runs scored at the plate to help the Hilltoppers emphatically rebound from their first two losses of the season and give coach Craig Phillips the 690th win of his career.

Zach Sweet had three hits, including a triple, drove in two runs and scored four runs for the Hilltoppers (13-2, 12-0 WAC). Eric Orologio singled twice and drove in three runs, Joe Ray laced two triples and drove in two runs and Drew Fureno singled twice, while Dakota Nemecek, Marcus Failing, Trent Douglas, Kiernan Briggs and Tim Wolfe also contributed base hits to Fort Plain's 17-hit attack.

Bobby Gates had the two hits for Mayfield, both singles.

Saratoga Catholic 6, St. Johnsville 0

Jake Moline and Jake Van Patten combined on a one-hitter as Spa Catholic topped St. Johnsville.

Jesse Winters, Sean Hart and J.R. Hmura all doubled for Spa Catholic, while Chris Larson laced two singles.

Ben Grant had the lone hit for St. Johnsville.


Western Athletic Conference

Fort Plain 5, Mayfield 2

Eighth-grader Sierra Logan singled and drove in two runs as the Lady Hilltoppers edged Mayfield.

Jamie Fredericks scattered four hits for Fort Plain, striking out seven and walking three. Jenna Barhydt, Kendra Trembley, Shawna Cotton and Abby Boyer added hits, while Allehah Van Loan drove in a run.

Mayfield got hits from Anna Husain, Mackenzie Biggers, Nicole Little and Cart Tomlison. Husain struck out five and walked four while allowing five hits in a complete game pitching performance.


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