Averill Park Sports By Issac Joseph
Hello Warrior fans! It was another strong week for our spring sports teams in the latter half of the season.
The softball team fell to a strong Guilderland team 6-3 on 5/2. Maisie Dawson hit a two run homer in the loss. The girls turned it around with a 13-2 win over Bethlehem on 5/5. Madi Rose went 2-3 with two runs while Molly Eaton hit a three run double in a multi-hit effort as well. The softball team finished out the week with a 13-0 shutout win over Schenectady on 5/6. Abby Colwill earned the complete game win, only allowing one hit while also going 2-3 at the plate. The softball team travels to Albany on 5/13 for their next game.
The baseball team lost to Guilderland on 5/2, with a 6-4 final score. Matt Dejulio went 2-2 with an RBI and a run scored. The boys fell 10-5 against Bethlehem on 5/5. Nicholas Galuski, Matt DeJulio, Michael Wormuth, Ethan Nardacci and Steve Koval all had multiple hits in the loss. The baseball team turned it around on 5/6 with a 7-1 win over Schenectady in their senior night game. The baseball team finished the week at .500, with a huge 22-2 win over Tamarac on 5/7.
The boys lacrosse team faced Bethlehem on 5/3 on their senior night, where they lost 16-3. Luke Hempel scored twice and Ethan Jamison added the third goal while Aubrey Loucks-Best had 12 saves. The lacrosse team fell 22-9 against South Glens Falls on 5/7. Jacob Phelps had a monster game, with five goals and two assists. The lacrosse team will take on Niskayuna in their next game on 5/12.
The girls lacrosse team lost to Bethlehem on 5/3, with a 21-4 final score. Gwen Jamison had a hat trick while Ellie Garrison had 11 saves. The lacrosse team travels to Niskayuna on 5/12 for their next game.
The tennis team took on Shenendehowa on 5/3, where they fell 9-0. The boys lost 9-0 against Bethlehem on 5/5. The boys faced Guilderland on 5/6 to end the week, where they fell 8-1. Cavan Hicks picked up the Warrior’s lone win.
The track teams took on Albany in their meet on 5/4. The girls track team defeated Albany 118-53. The boys team fell 89-88. The track teams will travel to Shenendehowa for their next meet on 5/13.
I will be back next week to report on AP scores and highlights. Go Warriors!