Oneonta Post 259 capped a 2-1 weekend by beating Parkhurst Post, 10-1, in a non-league Legion baseball game Sunday at Oriskany High.
The Green Wave split a pair of games Saturday in Schenectady, beating Montreal, 12-9, and losing to the host Indians, 6-0.
Peter Brunetta went 3-for-3 in Sunday’s game. He had RBI hits in the first, third and fourth innings as Oneonta bolted to a 9-0 lead. Brunetta’s RBI double in the third inning started a three-run rally. Winning pitcher Joe Terrano contributed a two-run single in the inning.
Brunetta and Terrano had RBI singles during a five-run fifth inning.
Terrano, a Franklin product, pitched four innings of no-hit ball to earn the victory. He struck out two and walked two. Keaton Mark, who played for OHS’ junior varsity team this spring, then pitched a hitless fifth.
Oneonta took a no-hitter into the seventh, when Parkhurst got two hits off of Noah Sheehan, including an RBI triple by Sam Martel.
Against Montreal, the Green Wave scored five times in the seventh inning to take a 12-7 lead.
Chris Pindar, The Daily Star’s Player of the Year in 2013, singled and stole second to lead off. Kragh Delello then hit an RBI double to make it 8-7. Stone Breakey followed with an RBI single before Conor Tavarone hit a two-run triple. Mark capped the inning with an RBI single.
Breakey got the first two outs of the seventh inning before Montreal scored twice, including an RBI triple by Seguin. Breakey then retied the final batter.
Pindar, Sheehan and Tavarone had three hits apiece, and Tyler Tremain, Delello and Dalton Carver all had two hits.
Three Schenectady pitcher combined on a three-hitter and Joe Whitley hit a three-run homer in the Indians’ victory over Oneonta.
Davenport’s Josh Davi allowed three runs – one earned – over four innings in taking the loss for Oneonta. He gave up four hits, walked three and struck out five.