Erik Ehrhart’s infield single scored Glen Cioccari with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh as No. 4 Stamford knocked off Delaware League rival Davenport in a first-round game at home.
Cioccari reached on error to start the seventh. He stole second and went to third on winning pitcher Matt Anderson’s hard single to right. After Greg Mattice was intentionally walked, Ehrhart’s high chopper over the pitcher scored Cioccari.
Davenport tied the score at 4 in the top of the seventh, when Travis Briggs reached on a drag bunt, went to second on a passed ball, stole third and scored on a throwing error by catcher Greg Keating.
Anderson finished with 14 strikeouts in a six-hitter.
Ehrhart and Geoff Mattice had two hits apiece for the Delaware League champion Indians (13-2), who will play host to fifth-seeded Marathon on Thursday in a quarterfinal. The Olympians beat Richfield Springs, 10-1, Tuesday.
Justin Fisher had two hits for 13th-seeded Davenport, which ends its season at 6-7.
Windham 7, Downsville 6
With two on and no outs in the seventh inning, Aidan Cohane relieved and struck out the final two batters to lead eighth-seeded Windham to a first-round win at home.
Michael Lennon had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI for the Warriors (10-4), who will travel to top-seeded Elmira Notre Dame on Thursday for a quarterfinal. The Crusaders beat No. 16 Worcester, 12-1, Tuesday.
Kris Acevedo doubled and tripled, and had two RBIs for ninth-seeded Downsville (7-6), which received two hits apiece from Liam Fogarty and Kevin Doig.
Jefferson 10, Deposit 8
John Quagliano had three hits and scored four runs for 10th-seeded Jefferson, which won a first-round game on the road in the Class D tournament.
Trailing, 6-4, entering the sixth inning, Jefferson (10-6) tied the score on a two-run throwing error by Deposit pitcher Austin Decker.