If you missed this weekend's installment of 'Capital Region Sports Saturday,' have no fear, because as always, we've got you covered:

As always, times are approximations:

0:00-0:17 - Brady Farkas talks about the life of Muhammad Ali, who died late Friday/ Saturday morning at the age of 74. He then moves to the discussion over high school pitchers throwing too many pitches in games. Schalmont pitcher Chris Hamilton threw 138 pitches in a playoff game last week, and then CBS Sports NFL/Lacrosse expert Evan Washburn joins the show.

0:17-0:29: Niskayuna graduate and Cortland baseball player Austin Clock joined the show to talk about advancing to the D-III World Series for the second straight year.

0:30-0:42: Shen pitcher Ian Anderson joins the show just one week before the MLB Draft. Then, Brady breaks down the Union hockey schedule for next season and talks about Nico Clareth of Siena needing knee surgery.

0:42-END: Brady talks about Kayla Treanor's falling short in the Tewaaraton and circles back to the issue of pitch counts in HS.