Elia Tanzer amassed four hits for Margaretville (0-1), which also received two hits from Katie Short.
The Rams (1-0) play at Roxbury on Friday.
Hancock 12, Schenevus 5
Dani Tefft had two hits and two RBIs for host Schenevus, which lost a non-league game at home.
Tefft and Sarah Mellor combined for eight strikeouts for the Dragons (0-2), who gave up five runs in the seventh inning.
Winning pitcher Lea Newman finished with eight strikeouts and one walk for Hancock.
Schenevus hosts Worcester today.
BASEBALLWindsor 8, Sidney 0
Bill Kozak went 2-for-3, but Sidney opened the season with a non-league road loss.
“They scored two unearned runs in the second inning, but they hit the ball pretty well in the third,” Sidney coach Kyle Vibbard said. “We couldn’t make any plays early on.”
Jake Conroy doubled and singled for Windsor, which received two hits apiece from Josh Cady and winning pitcher Nate Wrighter.
Zak Green took the pitching loss for the Warriors, who finished with five hits but committed five errors.
Sidney will visit Walton on Friday. Sidney will play as the home team.
Afton 24, Delhi 5
Two of Kyle Hinman’s four RBIs came with two outs in a six-run first inning for Afton, which cruised to a Midstate Athletic Conference victory at Delhi. Five of the 10 batters faced were hit by pitches in the first inning.
Tyler Graven-Briggs had three hits and scored twice for the Crimson Knights, who played as the home team. Josh Austin, Hinman and Matt Olin each had two hits.
Justin Mattice had two hits to pace Delhi.
B-G 10, Harpursville 9
Starting pitcher Mark Cordner earned the win going five innings and striking out six for Bainbridge-Guilford in a MAC victory. Kyle Hanvey and Lucas Butcher each threw one inning in relief, with Butcher earning the save.