Albany and Oneonta’s split in their doubleheader headlines our 10-game day. Tyree Bradley also drove in four runs during Watertown’s win. Here’s all of our action.

Albany Dutchmen 7, Oneonta Outlaws 3 (Game One)

In the third, Albany grabbed three runs, two off an error. Oneonta moved within one run in the fourth and tied the game after an Outlaws’ error. In the sixth, David Silva Jr (Ohio Dominican) scored on a sacrifice fly, the first in a four-run rally. Silva stole two bases following his single to get into position to score. Silva’s league-leading stolen base total advances to 29. Danny Kelleher (Hofstra) got the win, throwing six innings and giving up two earned runs. Albany’s Austin Bode (Louisville) and Caden Shapiro (Princeton) each went two for three, the only multi-hit performances of the game.

Albany Dutchmen 2, Oneonta Outlaws 7 (Game Two)

Albany squandered an RBI by Nick Schwartz (Southern New Hampshire) by allowing two runs to score in the same inning due to their errors. Tyler Young (Lehigh) tied the game with a third-inning sacrifice fly, only for Oneonta to fire off five unanswered runs. Mike Maratea (Ramapo) was on the mound for the first five Oneonta runs, but Devin Campbell (SUNY Oswego) received the loss. Campbell pitched two innings and allowed two hits and one run. Logan Kaufman (Herkimer CC) received the win for his seven innings with two earned runs. On the offensive side, Logan Hutter (Cobleskill) went one for three with two RBIs for the Outlaws.

Geneva Red Wings 8, Newark Pilots 1 (Game One)

Harrison Treble (Manhattan) hit an RBI triple in the second inning and then scored himself, giving Geneva a two-run lead. The Red Wings scored the next four runs, including two RBI singles for Cole Fleming (NJIT). Fleming finished three for four with three RBIs. Hazel Martinez (Cayuga CC) put the Pilots on the board with a sacrifice fly, but the Red Wings added to their lead in the seventh. In the win, Sam Brumbaugh (Christian Brothers) pitched five shutout innings before Zachary Malone (Juniata) entered in relief. Brumbaugh allowed three hits and struck out seven batters.

Geneva Red Wings 9, Newark Pilots 5 (Game Two)

Matt Fabian (Ithaca) hit a first-inning RBI single to give Newark the early advantage. Then, Cole Kumpf (Wagner) a Geneva run with his third-inning single before Newark ran the lead up to three with as many runs. Kumpf shaved the deficit again in the fifth, an inning before the Red Wings unloaded seven runs on Newark. Four of those seven runs came on two-run hits by Harrison Treble (Manhattan) and Kumpf. Kumpf ended the game three for three with four RBIs. Angelo Bartziokas (Iona) received the win, relieving Orion Daily (Fitchburg State) after his four-inning start. Newark’s Angelo Deer (Stockton) took all seven runs from the sixth inning and the losing decision.

Auburn DoubleDays 4, Niagara Power 3

Niagara took their only lead when two runners scored during David Coleman’s (High Point) at bat. Assaf Lowengart (Mansfield) hit an RBI single in the fourth before Andrew Tan (Binghamton) scored on a passed ball during the sixth. Kobe Stenson’s (Siena) eight-inning RBI single, and JC Preacher’s (Georgia Southern) sacrifice fly extended the DoubleDays’ lead while Niagara could only score one more, falling short of the comeback. Preacher went two for three with an RBI for Auburn. Connor Kinney (Tufts) got the winning decision, going eight innings and allowing three earned runs. Andres Hulchafor (Clark) struck out 10 batters in his six-inning loss.

Watertown Rapids 4, Boonville Baseball Club 2

After Tyree Bradley (Bloomfield) drove in Watertown’s first run, Lane Gay (Frederick CC) responded with a two-run single, giving Boonville the lead. This lead held into the sixth inning when Bradley stepped up again and delivered a two-run single. Bradley hit a solo home run in his final plate appearance, extending the Rapids’ lead. Bradley had a two-for-four night with all four RBIs. Wyatt Parliament (Rutgers) got the winning decision for his five-inning start with two earned runs.

Batavia Muckdogs 16, Jamestown Tarp Skunks 4

Batavia pushed out to a four-run lead in the first, two off of a Daniel Burroway (Alvin CC) two-run single. The Muckdogs added another run in the second, causing Jamestown’s starter, Richard King (Florida State-Jacksonville), to be chased from the game. Batavia scored three runs in the third and fourth innings before posting a seven-run fifth, blowing the game wide open. Gavin Schrader (Niagara) hit a two-run single during the Batavia run. Schrader went two for three with two walks tonight, while leadoff batter Josh Leadem (Rochester) posted a three for four effort with one walk. Yogie Hartigan (George Mason) went two for three on a night where the Tarp Skunks put up four runs on seven hits. While starter Joe Tobia (UAlbany) got the win, Dylan Kinney (Xavier Louisiana) held Jamestown hitless in his one-inning relief debut.

Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs 3, Amsterdam Mohawks 6

A big swing by Briggs Rutter (Middle Tennessee State) drove in a first-inning run for Amsterdam and their first lead. Mohawk Valley responded in the second when Garrett Musey (Goldey-Beacom) hit a solo home run as a part of a three-run inning. The Mohawks cut the deficit with a third-inning RBI single for Cade Bush (Florida State) and then regained the lead on Gage Miller’s (Bishop State CC) go-ahead grand slam in the fourth inning. Both pitching staffs stymied the offenses from this point on, leaving Miller’s seventh long ball as the decisive blow. Jude Abbadessa (UConn) received the win for his two innings of relief. Abbadessa allowed one hit and three strikeouts.

Saugerties Stallions 10, Glens Falls Dragons 0

RBI hits from David Shackelford (Arizona), and then JP Tighe put Saugerties up two after the first inning. Glens Falls starter Daniel Cohen (Yale) kept Saugerties at bay until he was pulled in the fifth inning, where Brandon Fish (UMass-Lowell) and Tighe drove in three runs on a single and double, respectively. The Stallions added five more runs in the sixth to put the game away. Garrison Berkley (TCU) drove in his game-leading three RBIs with a triple in the sixth inning. Jahlani Rogers (FGCU) went three for five for the Stallions, while TJ Lopez (Webber) received the win for four innings of relief.

Utica Blue Sox 4, Elmira Pioneers 14

Elmira scored five runs in the second and third innings, taking a commanding lead. Bobby Marsh’s (Penn State) two-run double and Erik Charnetski’s (St John Fisher) three-run home run were vital in this run. After pulling the starter for Brandon Peterson (NJIT), Utica put together three scoreless innings. The Blue Sox scored four runs in the sixth inning, starting with a two-run single for Clark Burroughs (Limestone). Elmira negated this run in the seventh with four runs of their own. Charnetski, Marsh, and Aiden Blake (UMass-Boston) had three RBIs in the win.

Saturday’s Schedule:
Boonville at Oneonta (DH): 5 pm & 7:30 pm
Albany at Mohawk Valley: 6:30 pm
Jamestown at Utica: 6:45 pm
Batavia at Elmira: 7 pm
Watertown at Newark: 7:05 pm
Glens Falls at Saugerties: 7:05 pm
Geneva at Auburn: 7:05 pm