Wednesday round-up: Guilderland wins pitchers' duel

Collett strikes out 10 in shutout against Saratoga

The Guilderland baseball team received a strong pitching performance from Dylan Collett to defeat Saratoga Springs 1-0 in Wednesday's Suburban Council game at East Side Recreation Field.

Collett scattered four hits and struck out 10 batters in a complete-game performance for the Dutchmen. His counterpart, Saratoga's Casey Kerr, also allowed only four hits and had seven strikeouts.

Guilderland's lone run was scored in the top of the fourth inning.

In other Suburban Council baseball action Wednesday, Shaker won its annual crosstown battle with Colonie by beating the Garnet Raiders 7-3 in Latham.

The Blue Bison scored three times in the bottom of the second inning to take the lead, and they tacked on two runs in the sixth to seal the victory.

Connor Montagne singled three times, and Chad Sinko and Tyler Hoffman combined on a five-hitter for Shaker. Eric Downey hit a solo home run in the top of the fourth inning for Colonie.

Averill Park doubled up Ballston Spa 8-4, as Sam Beaulac led the Warriors with three hits and Jon Milkiewicz contributed a home run.

Ed Canty had three hits for the Scotties, who scored all of their runs in the bottom of the seventh inning.


The Guilderland softball team raised its Suburban Council record to 8-2 with Wednesday's 10-2 victory over Saratoga Springs.

The Lady Dutch (10-3 overall) scored five runs in the top of the sixth inning to break open a close game. They finished the afternoon with 10 runs on 14 hits.

Jess Peck led the way with a pair of doubles and a single, and Mallory Harrigan added three hits and three RBI for Guilderland. Michaela Bertrand doubled in a run for Saratoga (4-5, 6-6).

Boys tennis

Bethlehem swept all three doubles matches to pull out a 6-3 victory over Niskayuna in Wednesday's Suburban Council boys tennis match.

Rohin Bose, Nick Mashuta and Josh Dubey added singles victories for the Eagles (10-0).

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