H.S. Softball Roundup: Voorheesville outlasts Galway, 22-18

GALWAY — Early-game errors hurt the Galway Golden Eagles as the out-hit Voorheesville 22-18 but came up on the short end of the 22-15 final score in non-league softball action Tuesday at Galway High School.

Olivia Richardson led Voorheesville with a double, two singles and three runs scored, while Marissa Gifford had a double and two singles and Sidney Worthley connected for two doubles.

Emma Smith led Galway (2-3) with two doubles and four singles, while Justine Quay, Hanna Hoffman, Hanna Darling and Mikayla Neahr had three hits apiece.

Voorheesville 22, Galway 15

Voorheesville 447 402 1 — 22 18 0

Galway 520 022 4 — 15 22 10

Rowland and Worthley; E. Smith, Reichard (5) and Bagdan, Munchbach (6).

Fort Plain 10, Herkimer 1

HERKIMER — Michaela Stockwell doubled, tripled and had two run scored to lead Fort Plain to a non-league victory over Herkimer on Saturday.

Stockwell also earned the win, allowing three hits, one walk and striking out six.

Maecee Lathers finished with two RBIs for the Lady Hilltoppers, who outhit the Magicians 8-3 and took advantage of eight Herkimer errors.

Kurstin Gay doubled, and Karli Treen and Ashley Cady singled for the three Herkimer hits. Cady scored on Treen’s hit in the second inning.

Fort Plain 10, Herkimer 1

Fort Plain 211 212 1 — 10

Herkimer 010 000 0 — 1

Maple Hill Tournament

SCHODACK — Amsterdam finished second in the Maple Hill Tournament on Saturday.

The Lady Rams defeated Watervliet in the first round before dropping an 8-3 decision to host Maple Hill in the championship game.

In the first game, Emma Patrei earned the win for Amsterdam, striking out 12 in a complete-game one-hitter.

Kyrsten Orsini, Shelby Lamont and Sydney Szczepanik each had two RBIs for the Lady Rams, while Madison Carmona, Megan Lamont, Patrei, Karly Power, Michaela Rust and Michaela Kelly all had one RBI.

In the championship game against Maple Hill, LaMont homered for Amsterdam and had all three RBIs.

Paige Bleau tripled and had two RBIs for Maple Hill, while Lizzie Tedford had two RBIs.

LaMont was named to the all-tournament team for Amsterdam.

Maple Hill’s Alyssa Houghtaling was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player.

Foothills Council

Scotia-Glenville 18, Johnstown 0

JOHNSTOWN — Sophia Schaub had a triple, two doubles and three RBIs to lead Scotia-Glenville to a 18-0 victory over Johnstown on Friday in a Foothills Council softball game at Johnstown High School.

Kelly Mayette finished with two singles and a double for the Lady Tartans, while Zoe Connor and Grace Purvis each had three singles. Laura Meade and Lauren Silleach had two singles for Scotia-Glenville.

Purvis earned the win for the Lady Tartans, striking out 11 and allowing just three hits.

Joelle Bump, Sydney Darling and Alex Thiessen all had singles for Johnstown, which is scheduled to host Broadalbin-Perth today at 7 p.m.

Scotia-Glenville 18, Johnstown 0

Johnstown 000 00 — 2 3 0

Scotia-Glenville 452 16 — 18 19 0

Purvis and Zeglen, Charnevs (3); Thiessen and Pratt.

By Paul Wager

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