Moving On

FORT PLAIN – Jesse Heroth pitched a no-hitter to lead third-seeded Fort Plain to an 11-0 win over sixth-seeded Mekeel Christian Academy in the quarterfinals of the Section II Class D baseball tournament Thursday.

Heroth struck out 11 and nearly had a perfect game, but an error put one runner on base.

James Thomas amassed four extra-base hits, four RBIs and four runs for Fort Plain (16-3 overall), while Bryce Thibodeau added four hits and four RBIs.

The Hilltoppers advance to Saturday’s semifinals at East Field in Glens Falls to face second-seeded Germantown at 1 p.m. The Clippers advanced with a 5-1 win over seventh-seeded North Warren.

Mekeel Christian finished its season with a 10-11 overall record.

Fort Plain 11, Mekeel Christian 0

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Howard and Voelker; Heroth and Fureno.

Class D Quarterfinals

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 10, New Lebanon 0

ST. JOHNSVILLE – Dylan Klock and Mike Smith combined on a two-hit shutout to lead fourth-seeded Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville to a win over fifth-seeded New Lebanon at Soldiers and Sailors Field in the Class D quarterfinals.

A.J. Hayes finished with three hits OESJ (14-4 overall).

The Wolves advance to Saturday’s semifinals at East Field in Glens Falls at 4 p.m. OESJ will face top-seeded Fort Ann (18-0 overall). The Cardinals advanced with a 21-1 win over eighth-seeded Doane Stuart.

New Lebanon finished its season with an 8-6 overall record.

Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville 10, New Lebanon 0

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Haff and Syrerlien; Klock, Smith (5) and Johnson.

Class A Quarterfinals

Amsterdam 7, Lansingburgh 5

AMSTERDAM – Jake Rodecker and Kyle Sherlock each had two-run singles to help fourth-seeded Amsterdam to a win over fifth-seeded Lansingburgh in the Class A quarterfinals at Shuttleworth Park.

Bryan Stanavich and Dale Stanavich each had two hits for the Rams.

Dale Stanavich and Sherlock combined on a five-hitter for Amsterdam.

Derek Gamache had a triple and a single for Lansingburgh

Amsterdam (13-7 overall) advances to face top-seeded Queensbury in Saturday’s Class A semifinals at the Plumeri Complex in Albany at 1 p.m. The Spartans advanced with a 1-0, eight-inning win over eighth-seeded Mohonasen.

Amsterdam lost its regular-season meeting at Queensbury, 14-4, on April 15.

Amsterdam 7, Lansingburgh 5

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Savoy, Krasowsky (6) and Miller; Stanavich, Sherlock (6) and Rodecker.

Class C Quarterfinals

Canajoharie 8, Lake George 0

LAKE GEORGE – Willie Perrino had three hits, reached base five times and finished with five RBIs to power 11th-seeded Canajoharie to a shutout win over third-seeded Lake George in the Class C quarterfinals.

Lucas Sossei earned the win on the mound for the Cougars, striking out seven and scattering six hits in seven innings of work.

Joe Trembley had two doubles and two RBIs for the Cougars.

Tony Abrantes was had two singles for the Warriors.

Canajoharie (11-7 overall) will face 10th-seeded Greenville on Saturday in the Class C semifinals at Shuttleworth Park in Amsterdam at 1 p.m. Greenville posted an 11-1 win over second-seeded Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons in the quarterfinals.

Lake George finished its season with a 14-6 overall record.

Canajoharie 8, Lake George 0

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Sossei and Fox; Johnson, Mellon (5), Abrantes (6) and Austin.

Class B Quarterfinals

Hoosic Valley 8, Fonda-Fultonville 4

SCHAGHTICOKE – Top-seeded Hoosic Valley scored seven runs in the sixth inning to post a win over Fonda-Fultonville in the Class B quarterfinals.

Alex Carlo doubled twice and scored twice for Hoosic Valley (15-6 overall), while Matt Espey and Joe Duncan each had an RBI.

Hoosic Valley advances to Saturday’s semifinals to face fourth-seeded Granville at Veterans Field in Saratoga Springs at 4 p.m. The Golden Horde posted a 1-0 win over fifth-seeded Hoosick Falls.

Fonda-Fultonville finished its season with a 7-13 overall record.

Hoosic Valley 8, Fonda-Fultonville 4

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Taylor, Braun and Hall; Colligan and Duncan.

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