Hull struck out seven and walked three in six innings. He and Matt VanValkenburgh combined on a three-hitter.
Ty Palmatier had two hits for South Kortright, which received a double from Ryan Sluiter.
Margaretville (4-3,1-3) plays at Windham today.
Margaretville 9, SK 3
S. Kortright 000 003 0 – 3 3 6
Margaretville 360 000 x – 9 12 2
Ryan Sluiter (L) and Dan Lutz. Mitch Hull (W,1-2), Matt VanValkenburg (7) and Cooper Reither, Kyle Short (7). 2B: Ryan Sluiter (S), Mitch Hull (M).
Deposit 15, Delhi 11
Zach Decker hit a two-run homer and finished with three RBIs to lead Deposit to a Midstate Athletic Conference road victory.
Zach Gifford finished with four hits, scored seven runs and drove in another for the Lumberjacks, who erased a 10-7 deficit with seven runs in the sixth.
Brandon Mole went 3-for-4 with three RBIs to lead Delhi, which received a triple and three runs from Ben Denison, as well as two hits from Tyler Dugan.
Deposit (2-7, 1-7) visits Greene on Monday.
Deposit 15, Delhi 11
Deposit 203 027 3 – 15 13 3
Delhi 350 020 1 – 11 8 3
Zach Gifford (W) and Trevor Stiles. Dylan Cumpston, Austin Gullow (L,5), Ben Denison (6) and Brian Hannigan, Tyler Cumpston (6). 2B: Brock Martin (Dep), Brandon Mole (Del). 3B: Ben Denison (Del). HR: Zach Decker (Dep).
GOLFat Leatherstocking GC
Michael Gardner’s 7-over-par 42 on the front nine of the Leatherstocking Golf Course led visiting Adirondack to a 183-211 win over Cooperstown.
Teddy Trosset’s 45 paced the Hawkeyes.
at Leatherstocking GC
Front nine, par-35
Team scores: Adirondack 183, Cooperstown 211
Adirondack: Michael Gardner 42, Taylor Althoff 45, Josh Howland 47, Jason Malard 49.
Cooperstown: Teddy Trosset 45, Matt Frevele 53, Liam Heneghan 55, Kyle Tallman 58.
TENNISOneonta 4, Seton CC 3
Emerson Kelby won at first singles for host Oneonta High, which swept doubles play for a STAC victory that marked the first loss of the season for Seton Catholic Central (6-1).
Kelby cruised to a 6-3, 6-0 win over Mike Perry at first singles.
The Yellowjackets (6-1, 3-1) also received doubles victories from Griffin Rule and Nicole van der Sommen, John Scott and Chris Lentner, and Emily Harter and Anissa Wilkens.