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There are 51 days left in the PGCBL regular season, which ends on July 31.
Batting Average: Nick Russo, Victor (.400)
Home Runs: Troy Dixon, Elmira (2)
RBIs: Three tied at 8
Stolen Bases: JJ Shimko, Albany (7)
Wins: Four tied at 2
ERA: 16 tied at 0.00
Strikeouts: Jonathan McKinney, Mohawk Valley (18)
Innings Pitched: Austin Higginbotham, Oneonta (14.2)
Saves: Yale Hughes, Oneonta (3)
Longest Winning Streak (Active): Amsterdam (4)
Longest Losing Streak (Active): Glens Falls (4)
Last Night’s Games:
Elmira 6 Adirondack 4
The Elmira Pioneers moved above .500 with a 6-4 over the Adirondack Trail Blazers in Boonville.
The Pioneers got the scoring started in the first inning on a groundout. The game remained 1-0 until the sixth when Elmira scored three runs on a sacrifice fly, a Jason Patnick RBI single and a Blake Buckman RBI single. The visitors extended their lead to 6-0 in the seventh on another Patnick RBI single and another Buckman RBI single.
Adirondack scored its first two runs of the game in the home half of the seventh on a Chuck Hoover RBI double and a Joe McHugh RBI single.
Andrew Sipowicz tossed six scoreless innings for the Pioneers in earning the win with Cody Thompson notching the save. Dylan Borawski took the loss for Adirondack.
Albany 6 Saugerties 1
Four Albany pitchers combined to allow just two hits as the Dutchmen beat the Saugerties Stallions, 6-1, at Cantine Field.
Evan Giles started the game for the Dutchmen and tossed 4.2 scoreless innings. Three relievers threw 4.1 hitless innings, allowing just the one Saugerties run, to propel Albany to victory.
JJ Shimko scored on a wild pitch in the first inning to give Albany an early lead. The Dutchmen added a run in the third before scoring two in the fourth, including one on a Kyle Skeels RBI single. Saugerties scored its lone run of the game in the sixth on a passed ball. Albany scored two in the seventh on a JJ Shimko RBI double and an error to extend its lead.
John Doherty took the loss for the Stallions.
Amsterdam 9 Glens Falls 0
The Amsterdam Mohawks scored four runs in two different innings to move above .500 for the first time this season.
In the bottom of the second, a bases loaded walk, a Tyler Ungerland two-RBI single and a passed ball plated four runs for the Mohawks. A passed ball in the fourth inning extended the lead to 5-0 and then in the sixth, a wild pitch, an Ungerland RBI single and an Andrew Rouse two-run home run made it a 9-0 game.
Cameron Enck tossed five scoreless innings to get the win for Amsterdam as two relievers allowed just one hit in four scoreless innings of work. Drue Brooks gave up the first five Amsterdam runs to take the loss for Glens Falls.
Newark 9 Geneva 3
The Newark Pilots scored multiple runs in three different innings to go on and defeat the Geneva Red Wings, 9-3, in Geneva.
The Pilots got the scoring started in the first on a Chase Cockrell RBI double. The score remained 1-0 until the fifth when Darian Herncane hit a two-RBI double and Chris Whelan hit an RBI single to make it 4-0. The Pilots added two runs in the seventh on an error before Geneva scored its first two runs of the game in the eighth on a Mitchell Doucette RBI single and a Sam Fuller RBI single.
Newark scored three in the eighth, though, to move the lead to 9-2 before Geneva scored a run in the bottom of the inning on a passed ball to make in 9-3, the game’s final score.
Victor 10 Jamestown 6
Highlighted by a six-run fifth inning, the Victor RailRiders beat the Jamestown Jammers, 10-6, at home.
In the big fifth inning, runs scored on an error, a sacrifice fly, a bases loaded walk and hit by pitch and a Chris Lehane two-RBI single. Jamestown had its biggest scoring inning in the seventh, plating four runs in the frame as two errors allowed the four runs to score. Ben Brookover had three hits for the Jammers.
TJ Galenti allowed one run over five innings of work to pick up the win for Victor while Bradley Griggs took the loss for Jamestown, despite striking out six batters.
Mohawk Valley 2 Oneonta 1
The Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs broke a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the seventh as they went on to beat Oneonta, 2-1, for their first win of the season.
A bases loaded walk to Christian Malave with one out in the seventh broke the tie and proved to be the winning run. An error in the first scored Mohawk Valley’s only other run of the game and Oneonta scored its lone run in the second on a Ural Forbes RBI double.
Chris Henry got the win for the DiamondDawgs with Jon Snell notching the save. Mike Adams gave up the deciding run in taking the loss for Oneonta.
Adirondack at Elmira 7:05 p.m.
Albany at Saugerties 6:30 p.m.
Glens Falls at Amsterdam 6:35 p.m.
Geneva at Oneonta 7 p.m.
Utica at Mohawk Valley 6:35 p.m.
Victor at Newark 7:05 p.m.
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