Oneonta hosts Sherrill (8-8) at 7 tonight at Damaschke Field.
Mohawks 11, Hawkeyes 3
Amsterdam hit a season-best five home runs at Doubleday Field, where the Mohawks extending their winning streak in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League to five in a row.
Dylan Smith went deep twice for the Mohawks (10-9), who also got homers from Ed Charlton, John Sansone and John Nogowski.
Sansone and Smith hit back-to-back homers in the fourth inning to give Amsterdam a 2-0 lead.
Ed Charlton’s two-run shot to left in the fifth marked league-bests of four for the season and 11 all-time. Charlton broke the record of 10 all-time PGCBL homers held by Watertown’s Erick Gaylord.
Nogowski followed Charlton’s at-bat with another homer to make it 5-0.
Smith contributed a three-run homer to left in the seventh to put Amsterdam ahead, 8-3.
Winning pitcher Matt Snyder (2-0) gave up three runs — two earned — on six hits and one walk in six innings. He struck out three.
Ryan Donovan went 2-for-2 with two RBIs for the Hawkeyes (9-6), whose winning streak ended at three games. Ben Hall contributed two hits and a run.
Cody Smith took the pitching loss. He lasted four innings, allowing four runs — three earned — on five of Amsterdam’s 16 hits.
Cooperstown hosts the Watertown Rams at 5 p.m. today at Doubleday Field.