Joe Shearer’s homer in the bottom of the sixth helped Afton stay ahead.
Kyle Hinman, Jesse Dedman, Conor Graven-Briggs and Joe DeVona doubled for the Crimson Knights (3-1, 3-1), who were outhit, 17-16.
Afton travels to Greene for a MAC game Wednesday.
Unatego 9, S-E 3
Winning pitcher Seth Burnham struck out seven in a two-hitter as visiting Unatego won a non-league game at Sherburne-Earlville.
Tanner Winchester, Ethan Barber and Lucas DeJoy scored in the first inning for the Spartans, who held an 8-0 lead after three.
Winchester, DeJoy, Barber, Tristin Roefs and Riley Hanrahan doubled for Unatego, which finished with 11 hits.
Kellen Komenda finished 2-for-5 with an RBI and a run, and Winchester went 2-for-4 with an RBI.
Unatego (4-1) visits Oneonta for a non-league game Wednesday.
Edmeston 13, Franklin 0
Clayton Lyon tripled and homered to lead host Edmeston to a victory in the Tri-Valley League.
Lyon hit a three-run triple in the fifth inning and followed with a three-run homer in the sixth. He finished 2-for-2 with six RBIs, four runs, three stolen bases and two walks.
Winning pitcher Linton Wainright struck out six in a two-hitter for the Panthers (2-0, 2-0), who visit Tri-Valley League rival Cherry Valley-Springfield on Thursday.
Harpursville 13, Laurens 4
Mitchel Barra had two hits and two runs for Laurens, which dropped a non-conference game on the road.
Logan Barra and Mitchell Carrigan also had two hits apiece for the Leopards (1-4), who got a two-run single from Anthony Monaco in the first inning. Laurens ended the first with a 3-0 lead but allowed eight runs in the third.
Laurens visits Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Wednesday.
Windham 4, Greenville 1
Subaru Honge went 2-for-4 with a run and three RBIs to lead Windham to a season-opening victory on the road.
Skyler Schoonmaker contributed a single and an RBI for the Warriors, who received a single and a run from Aidan Cohane. Winning pitcher Cohane struck out seven and walked one in a two-hitter for Windham, which hosts non-league rival Greenville on Thursday.
LACROSSEOneonta 17, Dryden 15
Jeremy Leary and Luke Anderson scored six goals apiece Saturday as Oneonta High won a non-division Section Four game on the road.
Leary also had three assists for the Yellowjackets, who got three goals from Sam Sherrill. Joe Sherrill made nine saves in goal for Oneonta (2-2), which outscored the Purple Lions, 15-7, over the second and third periods.
Oneonta visits Owego today.