AMSTERDAM — Soon after the Amsterdam Mohawks tied Saugerties on Tuesday, they could not say their 14-game profitable streak was continue to intact, but they could say they hadn’t lost in 15 online games.
After Friday, on the other hand, that streak has long gone, as well. Mohawk Valley acquired out to an early direct and rode a reliable pitching overall performance from Fort Plain’s Troy Butler in a 5-3 earn more than Amsterdam at Shuttleworth Park.
Garrett Musey’s 3-operate home operate in the top of the 1st gave the DiamondDawgs a 3- direct.
Amsterdam (34-5) scored just one operate in the 3rd. Josh Overbeek had a leadoff solitary, stole 2nd and scored on Ian Pertutz’s RBI-single.
Mohawk Valley (23-17) added a operate in the fourth on Pete Durocher’s sacrifice fly. The Mohawks countered in the fifth when Overbeek strike a just one-out one, stole second, took third on a wild pitch and scored on a handed ball.
Mohawk Valley tacked on an unearned operate in the ninth. Amsterdam also scored 1 in the bottom 50 % of the inning when Cade Bush’s one drove in Briggs Rutter.
Butler, who attends Herkimer School, struck out 10 and authorized six hits above 7 1-3 innings.
Mohawk Valley 300 100 001 — 5 6
Amsterdam 001 010 001 — 3 8 2