Losing pitcher Carson Pochkar countered with eight strikeouts in a two-hitter, but the Indians took advantage of four walks, three hit batters, 10 wild pitches and three errors.
Thomas Worobey had both of Richfield Springs’ hits and scored twice.
Gilboa 10, Davenport 8
Cooper Reither’s two-run homer in the fifth started a four-run inning that capped the scoring for Gilboa, which hung on for a Delaware League road victory.
Shawn VanValkenburg and Cole Weingates each went 3-for-4 with a double for Gilboa, which got eight strikeouts and a walk from winning pitcher Cole Fancher in a 10-hitter.
Chris Kopf went 3-for-4 with a double and five RBIs for Davenport, which received three hits apiece from Cody Wamsley and Josh Davi.
Davenport (6-3, 4-3), which scored twice and stranded a runner at second in the seventh, hosts Windham today.
Windham 15, Jefferson 3
Zac Meyer had three hits and three RBIs, and Anthony Savasta, Subaru Honge, Skyler Schoonmaker, Patrick Drum and Majd Ismail had two hits apiece to lead host Windham in the Delaware League.
Winning pitcher Brandon VanValin struck out six in six innings of two-hit ball.
James Quagliano had two hits for Jefferson.
Windham will play Davenport today.
Downsville 18, H-T 1
Freshman Matt Rampe struck out six and allowed one run over five innings to lead host Downsville to a Delaware League victory.
“He throws strikes,” Downsville coach Tom Rose said of Rampe, who threw 78 pitches and combined with Justin Baxter on a three-hitter. “He worked the strike zone and had them put the ball in play.”
Liam Fogerty’s RBI triple to left highlighted a three-run first inning.
Fogerty, who also had two doubles, finished 4-for-4 with two RBIs and three runs, Brad Dreher had three hits, three runs and three RBIs, and Collin Tallman contributed two hits and three RBIs for the Eagles (6-3, 5-2), who will host Stamford today.