Horde baseball takes home loss

D espite the Golden Horde baseball team’s best efforts, they couldn’t overcome Schuylerville last Thursday in Wasaren League play.

Horses were able to take a strong lead with 12 runs on the scoreboard by the end of the third inning, while Granville was able to hit two in the second and one in the third.

Schuylerville’s Jake Petralia and Granville’s Luke Hahn held the line on the mound and didn’t let anyone make it home in the following three innings.

And in the seventh, Granville tried to rally with two runs at the top but it wasn’t enough to catch up to Schuylerville before they were able to claim victory.

Colton Zavistaski and Elijah Fournier both doubled for the Horde. For the Horses, Petralia hit a home run and struck out seven of Granville’s players.

The boys are now 4-9 in the league and 4-11 overall. They play at Burr and Burton tomorrow at 4:15 p.m.

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