Mayfield earned a 19-6 non-league softball win Wednesday against Amsterdam.
In the win, Alexis Broderick and Kaylee Klymkow each hit a grand slam, while Broderick added another home run as part of a three-hit day and Klymkow added a double. Heather Ginter hit a three-run home run for Mayfield, which improved to 4-0, while Isabella Capano, Kelsey Meca and Emily Senese each had two singles.
For Amsterdam, Shelby LaMont had a double, two singles and an RBI, Kathleen Miseno had two singles and an RBI, Gabby Kelly added a double and an RBI, and Elianna Tirado produced two doubles.
JOHNSTOWN GIRLS WIN CLOSE ONE
Johnstown nipped Hudson Falls 65-64 in a Foothills Council dual meet. Cole Krempa captured the 800 (3:03.5) and 1500 (5:58.6). Hudson Falls’ lone double-winner was Magdalene Potvin, in the 400 (1:13.1) and triple jump (28-0 1/2).
Amsterdam downed Gloversville 100-23 behind the strength of three double-winners. Madisyn Meca won the 100 (13.82) and 200 (30.45), while Gianna Crespo-Julia won the 800 (2:46.19) and 1500 (5:37.49). Finally, Nathaley Edwards captured the shot put (26-5) and discus (52-4 1/2). Gloversville’s Zoie Tesi won the high jump (5-0), long jump (14-2) and triple jump (32-1).
MARSHALL LEADS RAMS
Noah Marshall led Amsterdam to a 4-0 Foothills Council baseball win against Schuylerville. Marshall struck out 13 batters in recording the shutout, while allowing six hits and no walks. At the plate, Marshall was 1 for 3 with two RBIs. Also for Amsterdam, Manny Santos had a hit, reached base via a walk and a hit by pitch, and scored two runs, while Spencer Cotugno and Ryan Reagan each had a hit and an RBI.
Queensbury won 6-1 against Johnstown. Adrian Caron struck out seven batters over five innings to earn the victory for Queensbury. Caron also had a single and an RBI. For Johnstown, Evan Barker had a hit and an RBI.
AMSTERDAM BOYS CRUISE
Amsterdam earned a 115-9 boys’ track and field win over Gloversville in Foothills Council action. Vincenzo Billington won the 100 (11.83) and 200 (25.37). Joseph Santiago took the 800 (2:16.99) and 1600 (5:11.40). Other double-winners included Hector Garcia in the 3200 (11:47.38) and triple jump (34-4 1/2), Anthony Serrano in the 110 hurdles (20.31) and 400 hurdles (1:15.07) and Garrett McHeard in the shot put (42-4 1/2) and discus (110-9 1/2).
Hudson Falls’ Evan Kwasniewski was a unique triple-winner in helping the Tigers to a 66-61 dual-meet win over Johnstown. Kwasniewski captured the high jump (5-0), shot put (40-2) and discus (114-1). Hudson Falls’ double-winners were Caden Palmer in the 100 (11.8) and 200 (24.8), as well as Tom Bowstead in the long jump (17-6) and triple jump (36-9). Johnstown got two wins from Alex Cwiakala in the 1600 (5:15.4) and 3200 (11:55.5).