The 1949 Baseball Team won the Saratoga County League Championship for the second year in a row under Coach Walter Reid. The team beat Corinth, Greenwich, Hoosick Falls, Luzerne, Mechanicville, Schuylerville, South Glens Falls, Stillwater, and Waterford, losing only to Ballston Spa by one run.
Roger Travis and Glenn Kinns led the team, with Charlie Travis playing catcher. First baseman Doug Nessle, who was on the team for four years, hit a long single in the final game that scored the two men on base and provided a one run victory. He shared the position with Charles Mason, rotating every other game.
Members of the team were Bob Baranowski, Robert Boice, Robert Campbell, David Cassidy, William Chandler, Douglas Clements, Ralph Cook, Edward Chase, John Dadez, Gareth Dunham, Roy Elliot, Lou Fisler, Dick Gode, Floyd Hatlee, Frank Hemsing, Marcley Hilderbrand, Glenn Kinns, Charles Mason, Billy Masters, Theodore Michalec, Ronald Nadler, Douglas Nessle, James Roberts, Henry Roth, Ronald Sisson, Thomas Stern, Albert Stote, Bill Thiele, Charlie Travis, Roger Travis, Frank Varrone, and Albert White.