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May 14, 2014

OHS baseball routed at home

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Roxbury 7, Davenport 6

Skyler Fichtner and Zack Caronia hit back-to-back RBI singles in the fifth inning to give host Roxbury a 7-6 lead and the Rockets held on for a Delaware League victory.

Fichtner’s single tied the score at 6 before Caronia singled over short to score winning pitcher Sam Nash with the go-ahead run.

Nash struck out five and walked one in a seven-hitter.

“He had command of his fastball,” Roxbury coach Ryan Funck said of Nash. “He had his two-seamer working and rolled over a bunch of groundballs.”

Nash scored three runs, and Nos. 8 and 9 hitters Fichtner and Chris Shultis and two and three hits, respectively, for the Rockets, who finished their season at 5-9.

Matt Finne doubled and tripled, and Travis Briggs had two hits for Davenport.

Walton 16, Delhi 2

Austin Kilmer had three hits, including two doubles, to lead host Walton to a victory in the Midstate Athletic Conference 9-12 tournament consolation game.

Kilmer hit an RBI double during an eight-run second inning.

Trevor Zandt contributed an RBI double, and winning pitcher Robert Merrill hit a two-run single in the second inning for Walton, which finished its season at 5-8.

Merrill and Ryan Fairchild combined on a five-hitter.

Gilboa 9, Margaretville 2

Hunter Grace struck out eight and allowed one hit over four innings to lead Gilboa to a win in the Delaware League at Doubleday Field.

Zach Perry went 3-for-5, including a two-run triple in the second inning as the Wildcats took a 6-0 lead.

Nick Losito contributed two doubles and Grace also had two hits for Gilboa.

Margaretville (7-5, 5-3) will visit Jefferson on Friday.

Milford 3, Jefferson 1

Three Milford pitchers combined to strike out 10 batters in a two-hitter, leading the visiting Wildcats to a non-league victory.

Paul Van Warner struck out four over the final two innings. Will Ward worked the first three innings and winning pitcher Max Lang pitched two scoreless innings.

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