Rain won 146 t go away for teams

GUILDERLAND — A shutout and rain. Those were the themes for the Guilderland baseball team this week.

The Guilderland baseball team used the strong left arm of Greg Barcomb to beat Mohonasen, 7-0, last Wednesday. However, it was the last game the Dutch have played this week. The Dutch were rained out of their game against Colonie on Thursday and again on Tuesday. Also washed out were games against Christian Brothers Academy on Saturday and Columbia on Monday.

With last Wednesday’s win, the Dutch improved to 3-0, 2-0 in the Suburban Council.

Barcomb pitched a complete game four-hitter. He had six strikeouts in the contest.

Joe Lima had a three-run double in the first inning to pace the Dutchmen’s offense.

Guilderland was scheduled to play Wednesday against Niskayuna at home. The Dutch are scheduled to play at Saratoga on Friday, Schenectady on Saturday, and Catholic Central on Sunday. Guilderland then plays at Bethlehem on Monday.


The Guilderland softball team swung the bats to beat Mohonasen, 7-3, last Wednesday.

The Dutch had 13 hits led by Lauren Napoli’s two-run triple.

The Lady Dutch had their game on Thursday against Colonie postponed. Monday’s game against Columbia was rained out as was Tuesday’s re-scheduled game against Colonie.

Guilderland was scheduled to play at home against Niskayuna on Wednesday. The Dutch are scheduled to play at Saratoga on Friday and to take part in the Shaker Tournament on Saturday, where they will play Newburgh and Middletown.

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