Section V Roundup: Rudolph is perfect for Honeoye; Agosto steals a win for East and Canandaigua runs streak to six

Connor Fisher went 2-for-2 with a walk and scored two runs. Cooper Crunick hurled six innings, and the Canandaigua Braves won their sixth straight game. (Photo: PAUL GOTHAM/PICKIN’ SPLINTERS)

Devin Marshall had a monster game for Fairport, going 3-for-3 at the plate with two RBI and two runs scored. Tyler Smith drove in two RBI with a hit and scored a run. Mike Sabatine was 3-for-4 at the dish and scored two runs. Pitcher Jake Schuler settled down to go six innings, giving up both runs while striking out six batters on ninety-five pitches. Trailing 1-0 going to the bottom of the third inning, Smith tied the game with a groundout to score Ricky Lipinski. Later in the inning, Omar Rosa drove in the go-ahead run with a single to score Sabatine as the Red Raiders exploded for eight unanswered to blow the game open. Bobby Bradley, Ben Harrison and Brendan Miller collected two hits apiece for Penfield.

John Montana (1-for-3) and Brady Booher (2-for-4) each had three RBI to lead Eastridge. Jayden Fayad contributed by going 2-for-3 at the dish with a walk, an RBI, and three runs scored. Trailing 5-4 going to the bottom of the fourth inning, Montana mashed a go-ahead, 2-run double with the bases loaded to score Brendan Brown and Avery Bowens. Booher also hit into a fielder’s choice which scored two runs and extended the lead to 8-5. These two insurance runs proved pivotal as Olympia scored two runs in the seventh inning.

Jared Petrichick and Hudson Bockmier both went 2-for-4 with three RBI and a run scored to lead Mendon. George Gines, Cam Yonda, and Billy Dalton each contributed two hits and an RBI. Petrichick’s three RBI came on one swing of the bat in the bottom of the fourth inning as he gave Mendon a lead they did not relinquish with a bases-clearing, 2-out triple. Bockmier gave his team insurance with a 2-out, 2-run single in the bottom of the sixth as Mendon rebounded after coughing up an early 3-0 lead. Brockport’s Frank Lauricella finished 4-for-4 with a run scored. Sam Velletri was 3-for-4 with a bases-clearing double in the second. Velletri had four RBI on the day. With the win Mendon (11-5/6-3) moved within one game of Brockport (10-6/7-2) at the top of Monroe County Division III. The two teams meet Wednesday to close league play.

Pat Sherron went 6 2/3 innings for the win, striking out seven batters. AJ Nestler, Andrew Sanchez, and Nate Sanderson contributed three hits apiece. Rush-Henrietta scored five in the fourth inning to take a 6-1 lead. Victor scored one run in the fourth and sixth innings but it wasn’t enough as Rush-Henrietta tacked on two more in the seventh to go up 8-3. Louie Schafer had two hits and an RBI for Victor.  Santino Rosso was 2-for-4 at the plate, including mashing a solo home run in the second inning.

Will Ling mashed a home run and a triple to lead Sutherland’s offense. Graham Schild, Davis Heyman, John Messina all contributed with two hits apiece. Pitcher Tyler Depaolis picked up the win. Robert Nolan locked down the save. Athena’s Tommy Putman finished 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI.

Andrew Hebert went 1-for-2 at the plate with a walk and two RBI to lead Schroeder. Jack Williard (2-for-3) and Robby Merkov (1-for-2) both contributed with RBI of their own. Trailing 2-1 going to the bottom of the fourth inning, Merkov tied the game on a groundout to score Alex Vogt. Willard drove in the go-ahead run on a fielder’s choice to give Schroeder its first lead of the game in the fifth inning. Hebert tacked on two insurance runs with a single in the bottom of the sixth inning to extend the lead to 5-2 and give Williard the cushion he deserved. Williard was also a workhorse on the mound as he pitched a complete game, scattering eight hits and striking out four batters. Irondequoit’s Nick Serce went 2-for-4 with a double. Serce struck out two and gave up six hit over six innings of work.

Junior Caden Hahn improved to 4-0 this year by pitching 5 1/3 innings allowing five hits and striking out four.  Senior Ryan Hill came in the bottom of the sixth with the bases loaded and the score 3-0.  He induced a comebacker, and then a strikeout to end the threat.  He pitched a 1-2-3 seventh,with two more punch outs to get the save. Devin Mulcahy led Thomas with two hits and one run scored.  Ryan Ogi had an RBI single in the sixth.  Damian Wright, Jake Canfield, Matt Stuewe, and Jim Marasco all chipped in one hit apiece for the Titans who won their third straight game. Isaac Yorkey had two hits for Greece Arcadia.  Kyle Blum allowed seven hits over six innings for Arcadia

Connor Fisher went 2-for-2 with a walk and scored two runs to lead Canandaigua’s offense. Tristan Tyndall had an RBI for the Braves. Pitcher Cooper Crunick was steady on the mound, going six innings and only giving up three runs on two hits while striking out four batters. Brighton’s Ryan Watson drove in two with two hits. Lucas Dorsey doubled and scored a run. Nico Aagesen scored two runs. With the win, Canandaigua (10-3/6-3) moved within one game of a first-place tie in Monroe County Division III.

Greg Ranieri, Raymond Richards, and Colton VanBrederode each had a hit to contribute to the Rangers’ offense. The Rangers scored both of their runs in the fourth inning. Chris Carroll hit a fielder’s choice to bring home Joe Carroll and later scored on a wild pitch later in the inning. Richards was also dominant on the mound, pitching a complete game and only giving up a run on four hits while striking out ten batters on seventy-eight pitches. He retired the first eight batters of the game and did not give up a hit until the fourth inning. Churchville’s Ryan Demitrovic had a sole home run. Brandan King finished 2-for-3.

Jordyn Schmidt allowed one run on three hits over five innings to pick up the win. At the plate, Schmidt drove in four and scored twice with two hits including  triple.  Griffin DellaPenna finished 3-for-4 and scored four runs. He drove in two. Chandler Baker went 2-for-3 including a triple with two RBI and three runs scored. Sam Sallome and Hunter Mazur had a hit and an RBI apiece. Sallome scored a run.  Alec Wagner scored twice and had an RBI. Taiyo Iburi-Bethel was 2-for-3 with a double, and RBI and a run scored.

Kyle Douglas broke out on Monday just like the rest of Hilton’s offense with four hits in five at bats with a walk, five RBI, and a run scored of his own. Drew HerrNeckar (4-for-6), Collin Nelson (2-for-4), and Josh Battaglia (2-for-3) contributed three RBI each while David Stirpe and John Cavallaro both had two RBI. Morgan Kunigan finished 3-for-3 with five RBI. Robert Oliveri cruised for 4 1/3 innings, giving up a run while striking out eight batters. The Cadets had four consecutive batters reach base in the top of the third inning en route to scoring five runs and running away with game from there.

SOTA 2 (F/8)
Jordi Agosto finished 3-for-4 at the plate and scored the winning run. The senior infielder singled and eventually stole home. He picked up the win striking out the side to end the game. Wellington Mata Mercado went 2-for-3 at the dish and Jean Carlos Alomar had an RBI. Joel Alicea allowed two run on three hits and struck out seven batters on only eighty-two pitches. SOTA tied the game in the bottom of the sixth inning on Alfredo Aponte’s clutch, 2-out single to score Steven Lepki. The Silverhawks had a chance to take the lead on a ground ball, but East completed an inning-ending 4-3-2 double play with first baseman Jose Figueroa throwing out the potential go-ahead run at the plate. Ross Janezic started for SOTA and struck out 13.

Noah Campanelli, Tyler Griggs and Ryan O’Mara had two RBI apiece for McQuaid.

DUNDEE 0 (5 innings)
Tyler Rudolph struck out 12 and hurled a perfect game. Max Yale went 4-for-4 with three doubles, a triple, two stolen bases and three RBI. Jon Vieira was 3-for-5 5 with four RBI and four runs scored. Brett Higley went 3-for-4 with two RBI.

Wyatt Patchett went off for five RBI and two runs scored as he finished 2-for-6 at the plate to lead Geneva’s rout of Palmyra-Macedon. Matt Pierce was 1-for-4 with three RBI while Sam Puma (2-for-6), Nick Francheschi (4-for-6), and Nick King (1-for-5) each contributed two RBI. Trailing 8-4 entering the fifth inning, Geneva had five consecutive men reach base, including RBI singles by King and Pierce, to explode for eight runs after relinquishing an early 3-0 and 4-3 lead.

Sean Flannery (2-for-4) and Tanner Clark (1-for-3) led Wayne with two RBI apiece. Logan Holgado and Jack LeStrange both went 2-for-3 at the plate with an RBI to round out the rest of the offense for the Eagles. Holgado also did a good job battling on the mound, giving up two unearned runs on three hits and three walks while striking out six batters over 6 1/3 innings. Tied at one going to the bottom of the sixth inning, LeStrange hit the go-ahead double to score Tommy Bolt as the Eagles exploded for five runs before eventually prevailing with the win. Clark added on with a 2-run double and Flannery with a 2-run single to end the inning and put the game out of reach for Waterloo.

Jordan Maher went 1-for-3 with a walk, two RBI, and a run scored to lead Midlakes. Devin Hicks contributed to the offense with three hits, a walk, an RBI, and a run scored. The Eagles came back from a 5-1 deficit as they scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning. Maher hit the clutch, game-tying, 2-out, 2-run single to score Connor Young and Derrick Jones. Devin Kelly walked with the bases loaded to bring in the game-winning run.

Jayden Castrechini and Cody Hill both enjoyed similar stat lines today as they each went 2-for-4 at the plate with an RBI and a run scored to lead Gananda. Zach Ciprich (1-for-2) and Drew Miale (1-for-4) each contributed an RBI as well. Trailing 1-0 in the top of the fourth inning, Castrechini drove in the go-ahead run with a groundout to third to score Zach Dier, whom had tied the game by reaching on an error. Ciprich was also dominant on the mound, pitching a complete game and giving up only a run on two hits while striking out eleven batters on an efficient eighty-nine pitches. After giving up the first run of the game in the bottom of the first inning, he was flawless as he retired nineteen consecutive batters for the rest of the game.

Newark jumped out to a 9-0 lead after four innings, but Mynderse stormed back to score seven runs in the fifth inning to close the gap. Ben Cowles came in and shut the Blue Devils down allowing no hits and no runs in 2 and 1/3 innings pitched with six strikeouts and one walk to get the save. Lucas DeVito was 2-for-4 with a double and a triple and an RBI. Liam Childs and Landon Berrios had two hits apiece Caden Murray picked up the win. Murray and  Marcel Greene- DeSouza both hit a double.



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