Tuesday Wrap: Williams caps Williamson’s season opener; Way-Co comes from behind

After being tied at two, East scored two runs in the fifth and three in the sixth to grab the lead over Leadership. Freshman Michael Conrow sat down 11, allowing only four hits and no earned runs, through 6.2 innings. Tyrone Roundtree led the offense with three runs scored, including the first two of the game for East. The senior recorded one hit and two stolen bases as well. Alex Figueroa also scored two runs. On the base paths, Conrow stole three bases. Leadership plated two in the bottom of the first, holding a momentary lead. Scoring those runs were Roman Rivera and Jaquez Cochran after they reached by base hit and on an error, respectively.

Trevor Robinson pitched six, no-hit innings and recorded 16 Ks for Bloomfield. Cal Rogers and Sam Brocklebank led the offense with one hit each. Rogers went 1-for-2 with two runs; Brocklebank went 1-for-4 with two RBI. Declan Smith knocked a big hit in the sixth to provide some cushion for the Bombers. Robinson also scored two runs. Lima Christian Jake Appleton was on the hill for three innings and let up two earned runs. He also went 1-for-3 at the dish.

Marty Williams, Williamson’s senior righty, struck out 13 through five innings, not giving up a hit, in the Marauders’ first game of the season. Williams had a day at the plate as well, going 4-for-4 with three doubles, four RBI, and four runs. Junior catcher Lucas Jackson knocked in three of Williamson’s 15 runs while going 3-for-3 with a double.

In East Rochester’s first league game this season, the Bombers’ starting pitcher Mario Vega earned the win. Vega threw four innings, giving up only three hits with two earned runs. Senior Austin Mack capped the offense with two hits, including a double. Corwyn Cleveland and Kevin Marchial each delivered at the plate, going 1-for-3 with two RBI.

GENESEO (0-2) 4
Wayland-Cohocton plated four in the bottom of the sixth inning to come back from a 4-3 deficit and win the game. Connor Englert and Blake Zastawrny each drew walks to start the inning. Trevor Sly hit a sacrifice fly to center, allowing Englert to knot the game at four. With two outs and two men on, Ben Wood cleared the bases with a double. Wood scored the final Eagles run as well. Cameron Huber went 2-for-3 with two runs scored. For the Blue Devils, Owen Lyons went 2-for-3 with one run. Liam Miskell followed him in the lineup with one hit and two RBI.

Sophomore Brendan Strong got the opening day start for the Rams. He threw four dominant innings. The Rams scored three runs in the top of the fifth to give him what seemed to be a commanding 4-0 lead. However, after striking out the lead-off batter in the bottom half of the fifth inning Strong walked the next batter. The Rams starting catcher, Blake Hess, got hit with the next pitch in the dirt and injured his thumb on his throwing hand. After a several minute delay Hess eventually came out of the game replaced by freshman catcher Gavin Buckley. The time delay seemed to have a negative effect on Strong. The next three batters got hits that seemed to be hit in just the right place. At this point two runs had come across for the Knights in the inning and Strong seemed regain composer by striking out the next batter. However, Addison was not to be thwarted and they scored seven more runs all with two outs. Hits that seemed to have eyes and a couple of errors by the Rams defense. That was all she wrote as the Rams offense couldn’t muster any more runs. The knights added two more on a homerun in the bottom of the sixth to give them a final lead of 11-4.

Tyler Acton finished 2-for-3 with a double, walk and three RBI to lead Hornell which erased an early deficit. Justin D’Amato was 2-for-3 with two runs scored and an RBI. Jonas Sciotti and Demetrice Cabic scored two runs apiece for Hornell. Connor O’Rourke doubled, drove in a run and scored another. Matt Oyer had a hit and scored a run. Collin Burdett collected two RBI. Nick Oyer had an RBI. LeRoy’s Austin Saeva drove in two runs. Tom Saunders doubled and scored. LeRoy led 2-0 after two innings.

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Livonia scored in each of the first four innings to secure the Bulldogs’ second win of the season. Alex Minnehan led Livonia with three hits, going 3-for-5. Noah Fasso, Nate Cole, and AJ Davin each had two hits of their own. Avon chipped away, scoring two in the first, one in the second, and two more in the fifth. Minnehan, however, took the mound in relief and shut down the Avon offense. He didn’t allow a hit through his 2.2 innings, striking out six and walking one.

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