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May 7, 2013

Two-out hits lift OHS past Owego

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Curtis, a freshman, held Sidney scoreless in the seventh and eighth innings to earn his first varsity victory.

Donnelly, Haney and freshman Ray Cabrera had two hits apiece for Cooperstown, which received an RBI single from Ethan Bliss during a three-run sixth inning that tied the score at 7.

Noah McKee had four hits and Billy Kozak contributed two hits for Sidney.

Cooperstown (5-5) will host Westmoreland on Wednesday.

Franklin, Laurens split

Mitchel Barra scored the winning run for Laurens in the sixth inning as the Leopards won the game, 10-9, after dropped the first game, 9-2, in a Tri-Valley League doubleheader at Franklin.

Both games were scheduled for five innings.

In the second game, Barra reached base on a one-out walk in the sixth inning and advanced to third on an error by Franklin’s center fielder. After an intentional walk loaded the bases, Barra scored on a passed ball.

Laurens tied the score with a four-run fourth inning highlighted by a David Fraser two-run single. Fraser was 2-for-4 and drove in three runs.

Zach McNeilly and Derek Beers had three hits and two RBIs apiece for Franklin in its win in the first game.

With the split both teams’ records move to 3-8.

Franklin will host Gilbertsville-Mount Upton on Thursday.

Unatego 19, Walton 4

Tyler Butler’s two-hit day included a grand slam in the sixth inning as visiting Unatego completed an unbeaten through Midstate Athletic Conference opponents.

Butler scored four times and had four RBIs, and teammate Quinn Barnhart contributed a home run in the fourth inning.

Jon Wingate had three hits and scored three times for the Spartans, who went 11-0 against MAC opponents.

Joe Sinistore had two hits and scored once for Walton (3-9, 2-9), which will host Afton today in a 9-12 MAC mini-tournament game.

Brookfield 22, Edmeston 6

Preston Reilly and Kevin Abrams homered to pace a 14-hit attack as visiting Brookfield won a non-league game shortened to five innings because of the 15-run rule.

Garrett Gott hit a three-run double in the second inning and Bryan Head had a two-run double in the fifth for Edmeston (10-4), which will travel to Morris today. Head finished 2-for-3.

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