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April 11, 2013

Sidney freshman no-hits Walton in softball

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Walton 16, UV 15

Hunter Wildey and Lacey Spiedell each had three hits and two RBIs to lead visiting Walton to a victory in the season opener for both teams Tuesday.

Wildey tripled, doubled and singled, as did Mikaelan Cucciarre-Stuligross for the Warriors.

Jackie Smith went 3-for-3 with three runs and two RBIs for the Storm, who received three hits and three runs from Jordan Anderson. Jennifer Elliott also scored three times for UV, which was outscored in the seventh inning, 3-1.

UV visits Deposit today.

Walton 16, UV 15

Tuesday’s game

Walton224 014 3 - 16 13 6

Unadilla Valley242 240 1 - 15 12 5

Tamara MacDonald (W) and Maggie Kuehler. Jackie Smith (L) and Jordan Anderson. 2B: Hunter Wildey (W), Jade Gardepe (W), Mikaelan Cucciarre-Stuligross (W), Jordan Anderson (U), Jennifer Elliott (U). 3B: Hunter Wildey (W), Mikaelan Cucciarre-Stuligross (W), Kiley Lamoreaux (W), Jordan Anderson (U).

BASEBALL

Delhi 8, SK 3

Winning pitcher Austin Gullow hit a two-run homer in the fifth inning, leading host Stamford to a non-league victory.

Gullow, a senior who also had an RBI groundout in the first, struck out six and walked one in four innings to earn the pitching win in his first varsity start.

Freshman Dylan Cumpston followed with six strikeouts and a walk in three innings of relief during his first varsity pitching appearance.

Brian Hannigan scored three times for the Bulldogs (1-1), who visit Oxford today.

Chris Zaionz had two hits to pace the Rams.

Delhi 8, SK 3

South Kortright010 100 1 - 3 6 3

Delhi211 130 x - 8 7 1

Dylan Cole (L), Griff Metzko (5) and Tom Newman. Austin Gullow (W,1-0), Dylan Cumpston (5) and Brian Hannigan. 2B: Justin Mattice (D), Peter Lamakos (D). HR: Austin Gullow (D).

Windham 9, Jefferson 6

Windham’s Michael Lennon went 4-for-4 and stole three bases for the Warriors, who scored three runs in the final inning of a rain-shortened non-leaguer on the road.

Tied at six after four innings, Brandon VanValin scored the winning run after being hit by a pitch to lead off the fifth. He scored on a bases-loaded fielder’s choice by Robert Carl, and the Warriors followed with two more runs.

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