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April 16, 2013

Jackets' baseball streak snapped by Owego


B-G 3, Hancock 1

Austin Bauerle took a no-hitter into the fifth inning, and finished with nine strikeouts and no walks to lead host Bainbridge-Guilford in the MAC.

“He’s such a horse on the mound,” Bobcats coach Tim Mattingly said of Bauerle, who threw a two-hitter. “He always gives a chance to be in ballgames. He throws hard. He has a little bit of a breaking pitch, but his main pitch is his fastball and our defense was solid.”

Lucas Butcher went 2-for-4 with RBI singles in the second and fourth innings. His RBI single in the fifth came after he fell into an 0-2 count and gave B-G a 2-0 lead. Jake Mazzarella contributed an RBI single in the fifth.

B-G (4-1, 2-1) is at Deposit on Wednesday.

B-G 3, Hancock 1

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Bainbridge-Guilford 010 110 x - 3 4 3

Tyler Phillips (L), Slatcher (5) and Eli Holton. Austin Bauerle (W) and Tyler Ouimet.

Greene 18, Afton 9

Ricky Parsons and Mark Viviano homered for Afton in its MAC loss.

Parsons homered leading off the second inning and Viviano did likewise in the third inning.

Zach Lindow had three hits, and Dalton Brower and Lane Whittaker had two hits apiece for the Trojans.

Viviano, Josh Davy and Richard Langstaff had two hits apiece for the Crimson Knights (2-5, 1-3), who will travel to Sidney on Wednesday.

Greene 18, Afton 9

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Afton 213 002 1 - 9 9 5

Lane Whittaker, Justin Ekstrom (4,W), Cole Browning (7) and Kurt Bartholomew. Joe DeVona (L), Quinn Wright (4), Brett Hubbard (6) and Ben Shearer. 2B: Zach Lindow (G), Kurt Bartholomew (G), Lane Whittaker (G), Cole Browning (G), Dalton Brower (G) 2, Josh Davy (A), Austin Ticknor (A). 3B: Josh Davy (A). HR: Mark Viviano (A), Ricky Parsons (A).

Oxford 3, Walton 2

Andrew Golden struck out six and walked four in a five-hitter to lead visiting Oxford to a MAC win.

Cameron Heggie and Kevin Davis had two hits apiece for the Blackhawks (1-3, 1-1), who scored all of their runs in the first inning.

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