The Storm scored five runs in the fifth inning to help Sidney graduate Danielle Gravel to the pitching victory. Gravel struck out three, walked one and allowed four unearned runs in a five-hitter.
Cobleskill won the second game in its last at-bats. DeMilio led off with a double and took third on a pop out to the catcher by Julia Lull as the Storm charged in to play a bunt and left the base unguarded.
After Kelsey DeZalia lined out, DeMilio scored on a pop fly by Bagley that was dropped by Keuka’s second baseman.
Wadsworth went the distance for Cobleskill, striking out 10, walking one and allowing one unearned run on three hits.
O-State drops two
Oneonta State lost both ends of a SUNYAC doubleheader on Saturday, following a 2-1 setback with a 12-2 loss in five innings.
Amber Carozza threw a one-hitter in the opener for New Paltz (20-17, 11-7).
Cassandra Kohler’s RBI double in the first inning gave the Red Dragons (8-28, 4-14) a 1-0 lead, which they maintained until the seventh.
Chelsea Kull tied the score with an RBI single in the seventh. New Paltz then went ahead on a sacrifice fly by Meg Brewer.
New Paltz scored 10 runs, including nine unearned, in the first inning of the second game en route to the sweep.
Winning pitcher Nate Jones drove in the tying and winning runs in the second game of a SUNYAC doubleheader Saturday as Oneonta State edged visiting Brockport, 4-3, in 10 innings on Senior Day.
The victory followed an 8-2 loss in the opener that prevented O-State (12-24, 7-11) from earning a spot in the SUNYAC Tournament.
Jones entered the second game in the top of the eighth inning with Oneonta trailing, 3-2. He allowed one hit in three scoreless innings of relief.
Jones also tied the score with a one-out single that plated Christopher Orlando in the bottom of the eighth. After back-to-back 1-2-3 innings of relief, Jones hit a walkoff single into left-center field as fellow senior Dean Haussel scored from third.