Dragons come back to drop Outlaws, 12-7

Four-run frames in the seventh and ninth innings powered Glens Falls to a 12-7 comeback win over host Oneonta on Monday at Damaschke Field.

The Outlaws led, 7-4, entering the seventh but the Dragons opened the inning with three straight hits.

Brandon Kruzinski’s RBI single and a two-RBI double by Nick Kondo in the inning handed the visitors an 8-7 advantage.

The Dragons tallied four more in the ninth as Oneonta’s offense sputtered after previously scoring two runs in three straight innings.

In the third inning, Jared Payne’s two-out single plated Matt Pagano and Noah Cabrera for a 3-2 Oneonta lead.

Matt Pagano scored Ethan Cornelius with a RBI double in the fourth before a wild pitch brought in Chase Mascolo.

Reilly Hall had a RBI double with zero outs in the fifth, and scored with two outs on a single by Mascolo.

Payne and Mascolo each had two hits to lead the Oneonta offense.

Hall walked twice to reach base in three of his five plate appearances.

Anthony Van Fossen did not earn a decision as the Oneonta starter, allowing nine hits and four runs in 4 2/3 innings.

He struck out three and walked two.

Tanner Sinicki took the loss after entering in the fifth and allowing four earned runs in two innings.

The Outlaws (7-11) remain in last place in the PGCBL East, a half game behind Glens Falls (7-10) and 7.5 behind first-place Amsterdam (14-3).

Oneonta visits Saugerties Tuesday at 7 p.m.