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April 26, 2013

Oneonta High rides big second to baseball triumph

Staff Report

Collin Neer’s bases-loaded triple highlighted a seven-run second inning for Oneonta High, which cruised to a 12-5 Southern Tier Athletic Conference baseball victory over visiting Windsor on Thursday.

Neer earned his fourth RBI with a sacrifice fly in the fourth inning for the defending Class B state champion Yellowjackets (6-3, 4-3), who received two hits apiece from Kragh Delello and Conor Tavarone.

Winning pitcher Noah Sheehan struck out five and walked none in five innings. Reliever Matt Bitzer allowed one run over the last two innings. His performance included striking out the side in a scoreless sixth.

Shortstop Noah Jones had three hits and two RBIs for the Black Knights, who allowed nine hits and nine walks.

OHS plays at Susquehanna Valley today.

Oneonta 12, Windsor 5

Windsor 000 040 1 – 5 11 3

Oneonta 170 220 x – 12 9 2

Calvin Whalen (L), Corey Kennedy and Mike Niggli. Noah Sheehan (W), Matt Bitzer (6) and Zach King, Peter Brunetta (6). 2B: Jake Conroy (W). 3B: Collin Neer (O).

CV-S 7, Franklin 2

Spencer Supak struck out 11 and walked three in a six-hitter as Cherry Valley-Springfield won a Tri-Valley League game on the road.

Supak helped himself offensively with three hits and two RBIs for the Patriots, who scored four times in the seventh.

Derek Beers triples, doubles, drove in a run and scored for Franklin (0-5, 0-5), which plays at Schenevus today.

C-VS 7, Franklin 2

CV-S 021 000 4 – 7 6 0

Franklin 101 000 0 – 2 6 2

Spencer Supak (W) and Tristan Fralick. Alex Brownell (L,0-2), Derek Beers (7) and Billy Davis. 2B: Justin Monahan (C), Derek Beers (F). 3B: Derek Beers (F).

Stamford 9, Downsville 4

Greg Mattice went 3-for-3 to lead Stamford to a home victory in the Delaware League.

Mattice scored two runs, drove in three and finished a triple shy of the cycle.

Indians starter Erik Ehrhart (2-0) struck out 13 and walked six in a three-hitter. He gave up a homer to left-center field to Colyn Bonadies with two out in the first inning, then shut out Downsville until the seventh.

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