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April 6, 2013

Edmeston baseball opens with walkoff win


The Spartans host Windsor on Monday.

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Quinn Barnhart (W), Josh Feyerabend (6) and Lucas DeJoy. Matt Crandall, Matt Smith (4,L), Jesse Yerton (6) and Nick Khoury. 2B: Quinn Barnhart (U), Nate Piazzi (S).

RS 16, Laurens 4

Ben Smith, Luke VanRiper and Joe Kelly had three hits apiece to lead visiting Richfield Springs to a Tri-Valley League win in the season opener for both teams.

Smith and VanRiper had three RBIs apiece. Winning pitcher Kelly, who drove in two runs, struck out eight over four innings.

Logan Barra went 1-for-2 with an RBI and two walks for Laurens, which will travel to Schenevus on Tuesday.

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Keegan Wheelock-Tanner, Joe Kelly (W,3,1-0), Kyle Mower (7) and Luke VanRiper. Mitchel Barra (L,0-1), Logan Barra (5) and Pheonix Howard. 2B: Joe Kelly (R), Ben Smith (R). 3B: Jerald Gardner (R).


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Katie Richvalsky struck out 10 and walked three in a two-hitter as visiting Richfield Springs won the season opener for both teams.

Richvalsky also went 3-for-4 with an inside-the-park homer in the sixth inning for the Indians, who received two hits apiece from Emma Miner and Rebecca Smith.

Shalyn Tilley singled in the third inning and Vicky Eichhorn doubled in the fifth for the Leopards, who are at Schenevus on Tuesday.

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Katie Richvalsky (W,1-0) and Emma Miner. Megan Worden (L,0-1), Jess Hadlock (3), Megan Worden (6) and Kayla Johnson. 2B: Vicky Eichhorn (L). HR: Katie Richvalsky (R).

Edmeston 14, Morris 1

Eighth-grader Catherine Johnson struck out 13 and batterymate Sarah Lawrence homered for Edmeston, which opened the season with a Tri-Valley League rout of visiting Morris.

Lawrence, also an eighth-grader, finished 3-for-4 for the Panthers, who received two hits apiece from Sam Harrington and Katlin Talbot.

Bridgette Colburn and McKenna Hungerford each went 3-for-4 for the Mustangs, who trailed, 14-0, after four innings.

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