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April 18, 2013

Bobcats rally in 9th for MAC triumph

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Tyler Ouimet tripled with one out in the ninth inning Wednesday, sparking a four-run rally that led visiting Bainbridge-Guilford to a 10-6 baseball victory over host Deposit in the Midstate Athletic Conference.

All of the Bobcats’ runs in the ninth were unearned as Deposit (2-4) committed three of its six errors in the inning.

B-G (5-1) trailed, 6-4, entering the seventh but loaded the bases on a leadoff walk to Corbin Palmer and two Deposit errors. Devon Rivera followed with a two-run single over the shortstop to tie the score and set up extra innings.

Austin Bauerle, who relieved Lucas Butcher in the seventh, threw three scoreless innings for the pitching victory.

Butcher went 4-for-6 with two runs for the Bobcats, who received two triples, a single, two runs and two RBIs from Ouimet. Cole Webb contributed two hits, a run and an RBI for B-G, which hosts Walton today.

Brock Martin (three RBIs) and Colby Hall (two RBIs) had two hits apiece to pace the Lumberjacks, who visit Oxford on Friday.

B-G 10, Deposit 6

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Corbin Palmer, Mark Cordner (3), Lucas Butcher (5), Austin Bauerle (7,W) and Tyler Ouimet. Zack Decker (L) and Trevor Stiles. 2B: Lucas Butcher (B), Colby Hall (D). 3B: Tyler Ouimet (B) 2, Brock Martin (D).

RS 15, Schenevus 10

Ben Smith hit two doubles and had four RBIs to lead visiting Richfield Springs in the Tri-Valley League.

Keegan Wheelock-Tanner and Nicholas Nicoletta had two hits apiece for the Indians (3-1).

Robert Burton hit two doubles to lead Schenevus (1-4, 1-3), which will travel to Morris on Friday.

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Ben Smith (W) Joe Kelly (4), Nicholas Nicoletta (6) and Luke VanRiper. David Vosatka (L), Robert Burton (5) and Jacob Darling. 2B: Ben Smith (R) 2, Thomas Worobey (R), Nicholas Nicoletta (R), Robert Burton (S) 2, David Vosatka (S).

Sidney 10, Afton 0

Zak Green and Nate McDonald combined to strike out 10 in Sidney’s Midstate Athletic Conference rout.

The game was scheduled as a home game for Sidney (5-1, 3-1), but the teams played in Afton because of poor field conditions.

Green struck out six Crimson Knights and walked one in five innings before being relieved by McDonald, who pitched the sixth and seventh.

Trey Crawford started the scoring for the Warriors with an RBI single to right-center field that drove in Billy Kozak and Brandon Bessett as part of a four-run first inning.

Damian Zimmer had three hits and Noah McKee drove in three runs on two hits for the Warriors, who will host Delhi Friday.

Sidney 10, Afton 0

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Matt Olin (L), Quinn Wright (5) and Ben Sherer. Zak Green (W), Nate McDonald (6) and Pat Vibbard. 3B: Billy Kozak (S).

Greene 12, Walton 6

Michael Lindsay had three hits, including a three-run double in the seventh inning, but Walton lost a MAC game on the road.

Greene scored nine times in the sixth to snap a 3-all tie. Alex Kozisky and Lane Whittaker hit back-to-back doubles in the inning, which featured four walks and three hit batsmen.

Walton will play at Bainbridge-Guilford today, when Greene (5-1, 3-0) hosts Harpursville.

Greene 12, Walton 6

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Abel Clark (L), Steve Klein (6), Trevor Zandt (6) and Joe Sinistore, Keller (5). Josh Hurlburt, Alex Csigi (6,W,2-0) and Kurt Bartholomew, Dalton Brower (6). 2B: Alex Kozisky (G), Lane Whittaker (G), Michael Lindsay (W).

Unatego 19, Delhi 1

Kellen Komenda combined with Jon Wingate on a one-hitter and went 3-for-3 with two RBIs to lead visiting Unatego to a MAC win.

Komenda pitched the first five innings, allowing four walks and a leadoff double down the left-field line to Austin Bedient. He also struck out four.

“He just worked ahead of the batters and they made some nice plays in the field,” Delhi coach Fred Barkalow said of Komenda.

Delhi (1-3, 0-3) will visit Oxford on Thursday.

Unatego 19, Delhi 1

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Kellen Komenda (W), Jon Wingate (7) and Lucas DeJoy. Tyler Dugan (L), Austin Bedient (6), Ben Denison (6) and Brian Hannigan. 2B: Kellen Komenda (U), Austin Bedient (D).

Hancock 10, UV 4

Freshman Ryan Slatcher hit an RBI single to give Hancock a 5-4 lead in the sixth inning and the Wildcats tacked on five more runs in the inning en route to a Midstate Athletic Conference win at home.

Slatcher and Eli Holton had two hits apiece for Hancock, which will host Greene on Friday.

Kyle King had two hits for Unadilla Valley.

Hancock 10, UV 4

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Brendan Brooker (L) and Kyle King. Kevin Gonsolezio, Eli Holton (5,W) and Eli Holton, Lane Bass (5). 2B: Nate Shackelton (U), Dakota Kolvik (U), Eli Holton (H).

Jefferson 8, SK 3

Winning pitcher John Quagliano went 3-for-5 with two doubles to lead Jefferson to a road win in the Delaware League.

Nick Smith contributed two hits for the J-Hawks, who held a 6-0 lead after four innings.

Griff Metzko doubled twice and Chris Zaionz had a double and a single for the Rams (0-4, 0-2), who visit Stamford today.

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John Quagliano (W), Hunter Minalga (7) and Nathan Jonker, James Quagliano (5). Dylan Cole (L,0-2), Ed Newman (7) and Tom Newman, Dan Lutz (5). 2B: John Quagliano (J) 2, Griff Metzko (S) 2, Chris Zaionz (S).

Milford 14, Worcester 1

Catcher Blake Elliott had two hits and scored a run for Milford, which cruised to a Tri-Valley League road win.

Adam Renwick struck out four and combined on a three-hitter with reliever Steven Banks, who took over in the fifth.

Worcester (3-2, 3-1) plays at Richfield Springs on Friday.

Milford 14, Worcester 1

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Adam Renwick (W), Steven Banks (5) and Blake Elliott. Derek Pross (L), J.T. Horne (4), Jordan Wood (7) and Chris Mravlja. 2B: Wyatt Waters (M).

Morris 19, G-MU 0

Hector Martinez went 3-for-3 with five RBIs and Josh Rutherford went 4-for-5 with two RBIs to lead Morris (4-2, 3-2) to a four-inning victory in the Tri-Valley League.

Todd Randall went 3-for-5 with three RBIs and Aaron Mitchell and Matt Morlock each had three hits and two RBIs for the Mustangs, who received a one-hitter from Kerry Smith.

Morris (4-2, 3-2) will host Worcester on Friday.

Morris 19, G-MU 0

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Austin Burnside (L), Nate Fuller (3) and Mike Lewis, Andrew Baker (4). Kerry Smith (W,2-0), and Matt Morlock. 2B: Hector Martinez (M), Josh Rutherford (M) Aaron Mitchell (M). 3B: Aaron Mitchell (M).

Cooperstown 9, Hamilton 4

Ethan Bliss and Nico Knull both went 2-for-3 for visiting Cooperstown, which won a Center State Conference game.

Jack Donnelly went 2-for-5 with two doubles for Cooperstown (1-1).

Cooperstown 9, Hamilton 4

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Ethan Bliss (W,1-0) and Jack Donnelly. Noah Fry, Sam Hale (L,1), Brent Harris (5), Bryce Belanger (7) and Cody Browning. 2B: Jack Donnelly (C) 2, Sawyer Haney (C), Ethan Bliss (C), Logan Bailey (H).

Edmeston 15, CV-S 5

Mike Clark and Clayton Lyon had three hits apiece, and Linton Wainright struck out 13 to lead host Edmeston to a Tri-Valley League victory.

Clark had four RBIs and Lyon scored four runs.

The Panthers (4-0) will host Unadilla Valley today.

Spencer Supak had two hits for Cherry Valley-Springfield.

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French (L), Spencer Supak (6) and Tristan Fralick. Linton Wainright (W) and Clayton Hawes. 2B: Ried (C), French (C), Clayton Lyon (E), Nick DeVries (E).