McClare and Savory share Wayne Player of the Year honors

Tim McClare led Wayne County in strikeouts (76), ERA (0.00) and hits (22). He also was second in the league with a .458 average and a .708 slugging percentage. (Photo provided)

Gananda’s Tim McClare and Sodus’s Alex Savory earned Co-Player of the Year honors for Wayne County. McClare led the league in strikeouts (76), ERA (0.00) and hits (22). He also was second in the league with a .458 average and a .708 slugging percentage. Savory topped Wayne County with five wins, finishing second in ERA (0.21) and strikeouts (62). Savory tied for fifth with a .429 average.

Nick Ramos of Clyde-Savannah ended the season as the league leader in batting average with a .571 and slugging percentage with a .714. Williamson’s Ryan Ficarra hit .449 on the season, tying McClare and Corwyn Cleveland with a league-high 22 hits, driving in 18 runs and registering a .571 slugging percentage. Cleveland, who played for East Rochester, finished with a .429 average, 21 RBI and a .692 slugging percentage to go with his 22 hits.

Cleveland’s teammate Austin Mack drove in 14 runs on the season while also winning three games, striking out 56 and posting a 1.37 ERA. Meanwhile, Gananda’s Zack Ciprich earned four wins, fanned 49 and troubled opponents to the tune of a 0.95 ERA. Caprich also held a .439 average and recorded 18 hits. Adam Fisk of Williamson won three games and had the third-best ERA in Wayne County with a 0.77.

The league’s RBI king was Gananda’s Cody Hill, who knocked in 25 runs over the course of the season. Hill added 20 hits to his stat line, good for a tie for second-most in Wayne County.

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