Dutchmen fall on road to Glens Falls – Times Union

Guilderland alum Max Gebauer, seen in 2018, had an RBI single for the Albany Dutchmen on the road against the Glens Falls Dragons on Sunday night. The Dutchmen fell, 2-1.
JT Larson pitched five innings of one-run baseball, but Albany couldn’t muster enough offense as the Dutchmen fell, 2-1 on the road to the Glens Falls Dragons in a Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League contest on Sunday in Glens Falls.
Larson, a senior at the University of North Florida, struck out five while surrendering six hits and three walks.
Glens Falls starter Daniel Cohen, a 2022 graduate of South Glens Falls who is headed to Yale in the fall, was just as effective, striking out eight while giving up only two hits and one unearned run.
Glens Falls took a 1-0 lead when Danny Moshier connected on a one-out RBI single, scoring teammate Phillip Krpata. Moshier, a Saratoga native who graduated from Albany Academy, is entering his senior year at Marist.
The Dutchmen (15-10) responded in the top of the fifth as Guilderland alum Max Gebauer singled home Herkimer’s Ty Gallagher, knotting the game at 1-1.
However Glens Falls (5-21) was not to be denied, as Union College junior Anthony Ruzzo hit a sacrifice fly to center, scoring teammate Cory Listing in the sixth inning.
It was the first RBI of the season for Ruzzo, a 2020 graduate of Schalmont.
The Dutchmen held onto second place in the PGCBL East Division, eight back of Amsterdam (25-4), though they have played four fewer games.
Albany returns to action on Tuesday at Saugerties.


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