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East used a four-run first inning to set the scoring for the game. John Segarra and Jordi Agosto led off with back-to-back singles. Darnell Patterson loaded the bases after getting hit by a pitch. Segarra scored after Eric Maldonado reached on an error. Angel Segarra then singled scoring Agosto. Jose Gonzalez got hit by a pitch with the bases loaded scoring Patterson and then Pablo Garcia drew a bases loaded walk which scored Maldonado.
Those four runs proved to be the only runs scored all game as great pitching and defense took over by both teams after the first inning. East played error-free baseball backing up a masterful performance by junior pitcher Garcia who threw a four-hit shutout striking out three batters to lift East to its first championship game in decades. East becomes the first City school to play in a Section V Championship game since Jefferson won a title in 1980.
No. 2 WEBSTER SCHROEDER 5 No. 6 FAIRPORT 3
Shane Marshall drove in a run and scored two with three hits while tossing six innings for the win. Webster Schroeder took a commanding 4-0 lead in the third when Sean O’Neill, Phil Ferranti and Zach Jenkins each supplied RBI doubles. Nick Lawlor tossed a scoreless seventh for the save. O’Neill finished with two RBI. Justin Graham collected two hits in three at bats and scored a run.
Mike Sabatine tripled in a run and later scored on a Sam Gueli base hit as Fairport cut the lead to 5-3 in the sixth.
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No. 5 CANANDAIGUA 10 No. 1 GREECE ARCADIA 3
Tanner Cooper tossed a 4-hitter and struck out 12 for the Braves. Cooper finished the night 2-for-4 with two RBI at the plate. Bennett Hanford drove in three with three hits including a double. Cody Cooper and Hayden Roeder both went 2-for-4.
No. 3 PITTSFORD-SUTHERLAND 2 No. 7 BRIGHTON 0
Jack Zielinski hurled a 3-hitter for his second straight complete-game shutout. The junior left-hander fanned 12. Zielinski and Matt Bissnette supplied RBI singles for the win. The Knights will look to win their ninth sectional title since 2005 when they take the field against Canandaigua on Thursday. The Braves last won a sectional championship in 1995.
No. 1 BATAVIA 11 No. 4 WAYNE 5
Noah Dobbertin, Greg Mruzek and Steve Stefaniak combined for five hits and seven RBI to lead the top-seeded Blue Devils. Stefaniak led the first with a double. Tyler Hale walked, and Alex Canty singled to right to load the bases. Jerry Reinhart forced home a run a with a bases loaded walk. Mruzek doubled in two more, and Batavia chased Wayne starter, Gordon Leone, with six runs in the first inning. Wayne’s Austin Locke was 3-for-4 with a triple and two RBI.
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Bryan Speranza and James Maddison combined to strike out 14 for the Li’l Irish. Trey Brown and James Huber paced the offense. Brown finished the day 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI. Huber collected two hits in two at bats and also plated a pair. Speranza forced home a run with a bases loaded walk as Aquinas took the lead in the first and never trailed. Matt Carroll sparked a three-run second with a leadoff single. Aquinas will play Batavia in the A2 final.