League-leading Amsterdam improved to 11-2 with a doubleheader sweep of the visiting Oneonta Outlaws on Thursday in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League.
The Mohawks won the opener, 5-3, and the second game, 6-4, in a pair of seven-inning games.
Oneonta (7-5) had its four-game winning streak snapped.
The Outlaws made five errors in the second game.
Clay Holcomb's two-run double in the fifth inning cut Oneonta's deficit to 4-3.
But Amsterdam scored twice in the sixth, when the Outlaws made two errors. Chase Green hit a two-run single in the inning.
Oneonta's Cory Hunt, who went 2-for-3, hit an RBI single in the sixth to make it 6-4.
The Outlaws loaded the bases in the seventh inning against Chase Williamson on two hit batsmen and an error before Williamson induced a game-ending groundout to third.
The Mohawks have won 10 straight and lead the second-place Outlaws by 3 1/2 games.
In the first game, Amsterdam took advantage of an error, two walks and a wild pitch to score three times in the third inning to take a 4-1 lead.
Ed Charlton singled with one out and stole second. Evan Stephens followed with a bunt single and went to second on a throwing error by third baseman Thomas Bernal that allowed Charlton to score. Josh Nethaway then walked.
Losing pitcher Taylor Hicks then threw a wild pitch. Stephens scored from second on the play and Nethaway went to third.
Nathan Gomez followed with a sacrifice fly to center to make it 4-1.
Oneonta responded with two runs in the fourth inning, when it had five hits _ all coming with two outs.
Shane Crain, who went 3-for-3 with two runs, singled to left to start the rally. He advanced to second on an error by left fielder Charlton. Cody Hough followed with an RBI single to right. Lucas Leifield and Heath Holder then hit singles to load the bases.
Sutton Whiting's singled to left, scored Hough. Charlton threw home, but third baseman Bernal cut it off and threw to second baseman Giuseppe Papaccio to get Whiting at second to end the inning.
Amsterdam tacked on a run in the sixth on an RBI double by Zak Colby.
Oneonta hosts Mohawk at 7:05 tonight. Before the game, the Outlaws will honor Oneonta High's Class B state championship baseball team.
Amsterdam 5, Oneonta 3
Oneonta     010 200 0 _ 3 10 1
Amsterdam     103 001 x _ 5 7 2
Taylor Hicks (L) and Shane Crain. Matt Gage (W), Chris Williamson (7) and Zak Colby. 2B _ Lucas Leifield (O), Zac Colby (A).
Amsterdam 6. Oneonta 4
Oneonta     100 021 0 _ 4 5 5
Amsterdam     130 020 x _ 6 6 1
Winning pitcher: Dan Zlotnick. Losing pitcher: Matt Schmitt.
The Cooperstown Hawkeyes and Newark Pilots exchanged a pair of one-run victories, with host Cooperstown winning the opener, 5-4, and the Pilots taking the second, 6-5, in the PGCBL.
Both games went seven innings.
In the first game, Cooperstown (5-8) scored four times in the second inning to take a 4-3 lead. Newark starting pitcher Skylar Hoke issued six straight walks with one out to score the first two runs before Matt Carr hit a two-run single to center off of reliever Chris Rogers to make it 4-3.
After Newark tied it in the fourth, Cooperstown scored the winning run in the sixth inning.
Matt Urakami doubled to left with one out, went to third on a single by Coleman Barron and scored on a groundout by Ty Morris.
Raleigh Rushing and winning pitcher Chris Haggerty combined on a five-hitter for the Hawkeyes.
The Pilots (7-6) scored twice off of Josh Ingham in the seventh to win the second game.
Austin Logan started the rally with a ground-rule double to center with one out. Sean Osterman, who finished 3-for-4, followed with an RBI single to left. After Osterman stole second, Cash Barker's two-out double to right brought home the winning run.
Cooperstown scored three runs in the first inning, when Chris Blanton (3-for-4) and Barron had RBI singles.
Jacob Hubert hit an RBI single to right in the fifth inning and Quinn Pippin homered to right in the sixth, that shot giving the Hawkeyes a 5-4 lead.
Cooperstown hosts Amsterdam at 5 p.m. Saturday.
Cooperstown 5, Newark 4
Newark     210 100 0 _ 4 6 1
Cooperstown     040 001 x _ 5 5 2
Skylar Hoke, Chris Rogers (2,L) and Adam Grace. Raleigh Rushing, Chris Haggerty (3,W) and Patrick Hyde. 2B _ Ben Bostick (N), Matt Urakami (C).
Newark 6, Cooperstown 5
Newark     200 002 2 _ 6 8 1
Cooperstown     300 011 0 _ 5 7 1
Mark Scott, Andrew Tidwell (5,W), Austin McAuliffe (7,S) and Cash Barker. Mike Speranzella, Josh Anderson (4), Andrew Grann (6), Josh Ingham (7,L) and Matt Kaldon. 2B _ Josh Crowdus (N), Austin Logan (N), Cash Barker (N). HR _ Quinn Pippin (C).