Adirondack captures CSC Division I baseball title


The Adirondack baseball team captured the Center State Conference Division I crown outright with a 15-2 home victory over Sherburne-Earlville on Monday.

Holland Patent lost its first game of a doubleheader to Canastota 9-3 which allowed the Wildcats to clinch.

Sophomore lefty Alex Gaylord picked up the win by tossing a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts for the Wildcats.

Gaylord also doubled twice and drove in four runs for Adirondack and Ethan Martin had two hits and four RBIs.

Mitchell Martin also picked up two hits for the Wildcats, who are 14-1 overall and 13-0 in the league.

Adirondack will host Holland Patent on Wednesday at 4:30.

Oriskany records 13th win

Ricky Phelps threw six strong innings as he picked up his second win on the mound this season as Oriskany breezed to a 13-1 victory over Waterville in a CSC contest.

Phelps gave up a run on three hits while walking four and striking out six.

At the plate, Phelps, John Longeretta and Aaron Drake all doubled for the Redskins. Longeretta, Colton Davis, Carl Graziadei and Dylan LaSalle all had two RBIs for the Redskins, who are 13-1 overall and 10-1 in league play.

The Redskins return to action on Wednesday as they host West Canada Valley at 4:30.

HP splits doubleheader

In a CSC doubleheader, Holland Patent split with Canastota, losing the first game 9-3 and winning the second 7-4.

In game one, Jake Beer took the loss on the mound, his first of the season. Noah DeMarco went 3-for-5 at the plate in the opener.

In game two, Jeff Sobel earned the win and DeMarco doubled and had two RBIs for the Golden Knights. Beer also drove in a run in game two.

HP moves to 12-3 on the season and returns to action on Wednesday when it travels to Adirondack at 4:30.

Westmoreland drops CSC contest

Andrew Scalise and Connor Mirasola picked up RBIs for Westmoreland, but the Bulldogs fell to CSC foe Dolgeville, 3-2.

Mike Sweeney and Justin Matteson doubled for Westmoreland.

Matteson took the loss on the mound, tossing a complete game, giving up three runs on five hits with nine strikeouts.

Westmoreland fell to 4-8 on the season and takes on Morrisville-Eaton on Wednesday at 4:30.

Remsen loses lead late

Leading 4-1 entering the seventh inning, Remsen gave up four runs in the top of the seventh to lose 5-4 to Morrisville-Eaton.

Jacob Rowlands took the loss for the Rams, tossing 6 2/3 innings, giving up five runs on five hits with four walks and six strikeouts.

Griffin Murray doubled twice for 2-10 Remsen and had a RBI and Joshua Rowlands also drove in a run. The Rams travel to Old Forge on Wednesday at 4:30.


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