Outlaws fall in extra innings to Trail Blazers


Ben Dubas, Matt Tsukroff and Chris Tracz each hit a home run for Oneonta on Sunday, but the visiting Outlaws fell to the Adirondack Trail Blazers, 12-11, in 10 innings.

Dubas had four hits and four RBIs, including a double.

In 3.2 innings of relief, Oneonta’s Jake Hershman was charged with the loss, even though he did not allow an earned run. Hershman allowed four hits, four walks and struck out six.

After trailing, 10-8, entering the bottom of the ninth, Adirondack scored two unearned runs, including a pass ball, to force extra innings.

In the 10th inning, Oneonta’s Dorien Jenkins was walked with the bases loaded, bringing in Brendan Brundage to make the score, 11-10.

In the bottom of the 10th, Adirondack’s Joe Simone hit the game-winning two-run single for the win. Both of the final runs were unearned.

Oneonta’s Mike Brown had four hits and two RBIs, and Tsukroff had three RBIs, two hits and one run. The Outlaws (12-26) host the Trail Blazers at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Utica 7, Oneonta 5

Oneonta’s Mark Flynn hit his second home run of the season on Saturday, but the visiting Outlaws fell to the Utica Blue Sox.

In 6.2 innings, Oneonta starter Nathan Wrighter allowed four earned runs, two walks and 11 hits. Wrighter struck out five.

With the Outlaws trailing, 4-3, after the fifth inning, the Blue Sox scored three runs in the seventh inning to create distance.

Brandon Brundage had a game-high four hits for the Outlaws, who scored two runs in the ninth.

In eight innings, Utica’s Riley Moore struck out four and allowed seven hits, four walks and two earned runs.

Oneonta 5, Onondaga 2

In a complete game, Oneonta’s Jason Wasilnak struck out eight and allowed two runs to lead the Outlaws past the visiting Onondaga Flames on Friday.

In the first inning, Ian Fair hit a sacrifice fly to score Brendan Brundage for the Outlaws, who never trailed.

After the Flames tied the score in the fourth inning, Nick Camilleri scored the tie-breaking run after Fair hit a sacrifice fly in the sixth inning.

The Outlaws scored one run in the seventh and two runs in the eighth to put away the Flames. Ben Rhodes hit a triple in the win.



Championship Tournament

Cooperstown 15, Schenevus 2

On Friday, Jackson Martz and Alexander Poulson each had a game-high three hits for Cooperstown, and Cooperstown easily handled Schenevus to win the PONY League Championship.

The title game was held at Sidney Central. In a complete game, Cooperstown’s Kendall Haney struck out eight and allowed two runs and five hits.

Haney and Christopher Ubner each had two hits in the win. Ubner and Ryan Palmatier each had two RBIs for Cooperstown.

Schenevus pitcher Dillon Gaske had a team-high two hits, and teammate Greg Zuill had an RBI.

Cooperstown finished with 13 hits, and Schenevus had five hits. The PONY League All-Star Game will be held Monday at 5 p.m. at Doubleday Field.


Adirondack 12, Oneonta 11

Oneonta….. 400 012 201 1 - 11 20 5

Adirondack….. 101 003 301 2 - 12 14 2

Michael White, Matt Deans (6) and Jake Hershman. 2B: Mike Brown. HR: Ben Dubas, Matt Tsukroff and Chris Tracz.

Utica 7, Oneonta 5

Oneonta….. 010 020 002 - 5 10 2

Utica….. 002 020 30x - 7 11 3

Nathan Wrighter (L), Josh Winkler (7) and Chris Tracz. HR: Mark Flynn.

Oneonta 5, Onondaga 2

Onondaga….. 000 100 010 - 2 7 1

Oneonta….. 100 001 12x - 5 8 4

Jason Wasilnak and Nick Camilleri. 2B: Ian Fair, Mark Flynn, Nick Camilleri. 3B: Ben Rhodes.


Championship Tournament

Cooperstown 13, Schenevus 2

Schenevus….. 000 011 0 - 2 5 3

Cooperstown….. 063 114 x - 15 13 0

Kendall Haney (W) and Samuel Rhodes. Dillon Gaske (L), Peyton Darling (2) and Peyton Darling and Dillon Gaske (2). 2B: Shniedr (S).

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