SCOTIA — Matt Dagostino went 5-for-5 with two triples, a double and five runs batted in, and the Scotia-Glenville baseball team used a 10-run first inning and 21 hits in total to cruise to a 16-2 win over the Broadalbin-Perth Patriots in Foothills Council action Wednesday.
The Tartans ripped five extra-base hits in their 10-run first inning, including both triples by Dagostino, which combined to plate three runs.
Chris Atkins went 3-for-4 with a triple, three RBIs and four runs scored for Scotia-Glenville, while Lucas Terwilliger and Austin Zullo contributed three hits apiece.
Andrew LeMorta tossed a complete game for the Tartans, striking out 13 and holding B-P to just three hits.
Matt Hinderliter singled and drove in a run for B-P, Mike Dygon had an RBI, Will Austin doubled and Ryan Zajaceskowski singled for B-P.
Galway 3, Canajoharie 1
Max Conti, Christian Chase and Shane Brownell combined on a three-hitter as the Golden Eagles won in the consolation game at the Greenwich Tournament.
Brownell also drove in a run for Galway, which scored all three runs in the third inning.
Lucas Sossei singled and scored for Canajoharie. Cougars pitchers Mike Baldwin and Isaiah Logan took the loss despite allowing just two hits.
Fort Plain 17, Schoharie 1
Alexis Hagadorn went 2-for-4 with five RBIs as the Lady Hilltoppers powered to a win in a game that was ended in the fifth inning due to the 15-run mercy rule.
Sierra Logan went 3-for-4 with a double, a triple and three RBis for Fort Plain, while Amber Douglas went 3-for-4, drove in two runs and scored three times. Michaela Stockwell singled twice and scored three runs in addition to pitching all five innings and striking out six to earn the win.
Tompkins Cortland CC 10, Fulton-Montgomery CC 7
Tompkins Cortland CC 14, Fulton-Montgomery CC 13
The Lady Raiders were swept in a doubleheader of high-scoring games during Tuesday’s trip to TC3.
After F-MCC dropped the opening game, Julie Hampton had four hits to lead the Lady Raiders in their 16-hit attack, though the team still fell short. Emily Towne added three hits and Megan Patterson contributed a pair of hits for F-MCC.
— Staff report