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  • SCHOLASTIC BASEBALL: Mohawk gets split against Dolgeville

  • MAY 6 SCHOLASTIC BASEBALL ROUNDUP



    Mike Santillo struck out 11 batters from the mound and cracked three doubles at the plate for Mohawk Monday in the Mohicans’ 5-3 win over the Dolgeville Blue Devils.



    (ALSO: Herkimer 8, Frankfort-Schuyler 1; Canastota 6, Ilion 3; Fort Plain 19, Mayfield 0; and Saratoga Catholic 6, St. Joihnsville 0.)

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  • MOHAWK 5, DOLGEVILLE 3
    Mike Santillo struck out 11 batters from the mound and cracked three doubles at the plate for Mohawk Monday in the Mohicans’ 5-3 win over the Dolgeville Blue Devils.
    Santillo had struck out 13 batters and allowed four hits when the Mohicans were beaten 8-6 in Dolgeville April 23.
    Neither team had more than one run in any inning and Mohawk took the lead for good when it scored and broke a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the third. The Mohicans held leads of 4-1 and 5-2.
    MOHAWK MOHICANS 5, DOLGEVILLE BLUE DEVILS 3
    Dolgeville    001 001 1 — 3  7  2
    Mohawk    011 111 X — 5  9  3
    W — Mike Santillo. L — Johann Doerrer. 2B — Dolgeville, Mackenzie Ferguson; Mohawk, McKensey Reardon, Santillo 3. Records — Dolgeville 4-7, 3-6 CSC-II; Mohawk 5-8, 3-7 CSC-II.
    HERKIMER 8, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 1
    EAST HERKIMER, N.Y. — Pitcher Stephen Scialdo led Herkimer to victory with his bat as well as his arm Monday in the Magicians’ 8-1 victory over Frankfort-Schuyler’s Maroon Knights.
    Scialdo struck out 11 batters, walked none, allowed four hits, all singles, and shut the Maroon Knights (8-5, 5-5 CSC-II) out until the seventh inning. At the plate, he had three doubles among Herkimer’s 12 hits, drove in two runs and scored three times.
    Brandon Oldfield had three hits and an RBI for the Magicians (7-6, 5-4 CSC-II) who took over second place in Division II of the Center State Conference with the win. Herkimer has a game to make up against Dolgeville; Frankfort-Schuyler is finished with its league schedule.
    HERKIMER MAGICIANS 8, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER MAROON KNIGHTS 1
    Frankfort-Schuyler    000 000 1 — 1   4  0
    Herkimer    001 025 X — 8 12  2
    W — Stephen Scialdo. L — Joe DeSarro. 2B  — Herkimer, Scialdo 3. Records — Frankfort-Schuyler 8-5, 5-5 CSC-II; Herkimer 7-6, 5-4 CSC-II.
    CANASTOTA 6, ILION 3
    ILION, N.Y. — The canastota Raiders scored four runs in the top of the first inning Monday and defeated Ilion’s Golden Bombers 6-3.
    Anthony Sicilia struck out 12 batters and pitched a four-hitter for Canastota (4-6, 4-5 CSC-I) which defeated Ilion for the second time this spring.
    Bryan Bennett struck out 10 batters and allowed two earned runs on four hits for Ilion (0-12, 0-10 CSC-I).
    Cameron Taylor had two hits for Ilion while Matt Klosner and James Fedor each had an RBI-single.
    CANASTOTA RAIDERS 6, ILION GOLDEN BOMBERS 3
    Canastota    401 000 1 — 6  4  1
    Ilion    103 000 0 — 3  4  4
    W — Anthony Sicilia. L — Bryan Bennett. Records — Canastota 4-6, 4-5 CSC-I; Ilion 0-12, 0-10 CSC-I.
    FORT PLAIN 19, MAYFIELD 0
    FORT PLAIN, N.Y. — Chris Hanifin and Jesse Heroth had 17 combined strikeouts and the Fort Plain Hilltoppers shut Mayfield out 19-0 on two hits Monday.
    Hanifin pitched the first four innings and won for the fifth time in six decisions; he struck out 10 batters, walked none and allowed one hit. Heroth struck out seven batters while allowing one walk and one hit in three innings of relief for the Hilltoppers (13-2, 12-0 WAC North).
    Page 2 of 2 - Bobby Gates had both hits for Mayfield.
    Hanifin had three hits, three runs batted in and three runs scored for Fort Plain. Zach Sweet  had a triple among his three hits and scored four runs. Zach Sweet, Joe Ray, Eric Orologio and Drew Fureno all had two hits. Orologio drove in three runs and both of Ray’s hits were triples.
    FORT PLAIN HILLTOPPERS 19, MAYFIELD PANTHERS 0
    Mayfield    000 000 0  —  0   2  4
    Fort Plain    076 033 X — 19 17  2
    Bobby Gates, Luke VanNostrand (6) and Riley Yager. Chris Hanifin, Jesse Heroth (5) and Zach Sweet. W — Hanifin. L — Gates. Sv — Heroth. 3B — Fort Plain, Sweet, Joe Ray 2. Records — Fort Plain 13-2, 12-0 WAC North.
    SARATOGA CATHOLIC 6, ST. JOHNSVILLE 0
    ST. JOHNSVILLE, N.Y. — Saratoga Catholic pitchers Jake Molina and Jacob Van Patten combined on a one-hit shutout in Monday’s 6-0 win over St. Johnsville’s Saints.
    Saratoga Catholic had only six hits of hits own — including three doubles — but scored once in each of the first six innings.
    Freshman Ben Grant had the lone hit for St. Johnsville (6-8, 4-8 WAC North), a single against Molina in the third inning.
    Chris Larson had two hits for Saratoga Catholic (11-2, 10-1 WAC North).
    SARATOGA CATHOLIC SAINTS 6, ST. JOHNSVILLE SAINTS 0
    Saratoga Catholic    111 111 0 — 6  6  0
    St. Johnsville    000 000 0 — 0  1  2
    Jake Molina, Jacob Van Patten (7) and Ryan Czarnecki. Johnny Vicciarelli and Peyton Johnson. W — Molina. L — Vicciarelli. 2B — Saratoga Catholic, Jesse Winters, Sean Hart, J.R. Hmura. Records — Saratoga Catholic 11-2, 10-1 WAC North; St. Johnsville 6-8, 4-8 WAC North.
    Compiled rom Times Staff Reports

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