Tuesday Wrap: Werth wins 200th; Diaz and Romero combine on 1-hitter

Ryan Dineen allowed three hits, struck out two and did not surrender a walk. The junior right-hander needed just 53 pitches (31 for strikes) to pick up his varsity win. He retired the first seven batters he faced and nine of 10 to start the game. READ MORE.

Cooper Crunick hit for the cycle in five at-bats with five RBI and four runs scored in Canandaigua coach Dale Werth’s 200th career win. Michael Sculli legged out two triples, going 2-for-2 at the plate. Seth Vigneri also ran out a triple, as he went 2-for-2. Austin Miller and Dylan Mackenzie each went 2-for-3 on the night. For Gates-Chili, Devin Georgetti went 1-for-3 with an RBI.

Freshman Edgar Diaz allowed three hits and struck out five batters to pick up his first varsity win as East improved to 3-1. Victor Arroyo drove in two runs with a single and a sacrifice fly. Arroyo stole two bases and scored one run. Alex Figueroa walked twice, stole three bases, scored two runs and drove in another. Michael Conrow stole two bases and scored three runs. Angel Silva drove in two runs with a single and scored a run. Jose Ramos singled, drove in a run, stole base and scored a run. Rainer Valerio collected two hits and drove in a run for NE Douglass.

McQuaid sent nine batters to the plate and scored six runs on four hits and one walk in the bottom of the second inning. The Jesuit Knights had two of their first three batters reach base on a single and an error. With runners on second and third, senior Patrick Xander lined a single up the middle to drive in Zach Lee and Ryan O’Mara for a 2-0 lead. READ MORE.

Joaquin Diaz and Greg Romero combined on a one-hitter to lead Monroe. Diaz hurled 3.2 innings for the win. Romero picked up the save. Rafael Geraldine and Gabriel Aponte collected two RBI apiece in the win.

Ross Janezic allowed one run on three hits over three and a third innings to pick up the win in his first start. The right-hander struck out six. David Fitzgerald led the SOTA offense with three hits and four runs. Justice Salamone scored four runs and drove in another with three hits. Janezic added three hits, three RBI and two runs scored. Reece Correra drove in two runs with two hits. Edwin Soto paced Wilson Magnet with two hits, an RBI and a stolen base.  Yaliel Bonilla doubled and scored a run.  Wilson threatened in the fourth when they loaded the bases. Abel Austin came on in relief and ended the inning. Pedro Ortiz struck out three for Wilson.

Avon opened the game with six runs in the top of the first to take an early lead that it never surrendered. Sophomore Jake Jones earned his first varsity win, going all five innings with eight strikeouts. He gave up four hits, three of which landed in the first inning. Jones, Nick Rowland, and Ian Read notched two hits apiece for the Braves. Jones and Read each knocked in two, while Rowland scored three runs of his own. For Keshequa, Alex Wood hit the team’s only extra-base hit of the game.

Alec Sestak accounted for nine runs in Bath-Haverling’s 19-run game, as he knocked in seven on his four hits and scored two of his own. AJ Brotz and Cayden Mattison each notched a 3-for-5 night with a double. Brotz hit in three runs and scored three, while Mattison recorded two RBI and scored three runs. The two also split time on the mound with Brotz earning the win. The Rams continued to pile on with six runs in the second, four in the fifth, and seven in the seventh. However, Pavilion didn’t sit down quietly. E. Tillotson and C. Tillotson contributed to Pavilion’s eight-run game. E. Tillotson went 3-for-4 with two doubles, three RBI, and three runs scored. C. Tillotson went 2-for-3 with one RBI and one run.

Evan Salvaggio scattered four hits over five shutout innings, and Geneseo (3-2) won its third straight game. Salvaggio struck out eight and walked one. He retired six of the last seven batters he faced. Owen Lyons plated a pair of runners in a nine-run first when Geneseo sent 13 batters to the plate. Lyons brought home Salvaggio and Jake Hamilton with his one-out hit. Jordan Lambert was 1-for-2 on the day with a double, a walk, two runs scored and an RBI. Hamilton and Salvaggio both went 1-for-2 with a walk, run scored and an RBI. Luke Harris had a hit, walked twice, scored twice and drove in a run. Russell Brownell, and Michael Walton both had an RBI. Walton scored a run. Noah Reilly and Liam Miskell both crossed home plate. Warsaw’s Greg Hare finished 2-for-3 at the plate.

Julius Teabout hurled four innings to pick up the win and finished 2-for-4 with a double at the plate as Newark improved to 2-0 on the season. Connor Robbins was 3-for-4. Dylan Blanchard-Rieke drove in a run going 2-for-3. Dan Wersinger went 2-for-3 and Liam Childs 2-for-4. Newark pounded out 15 hits, scored five runs in the first and five more in the fifth. Malakia Taylor was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI for Mynderse. Jarad King was 2-for-2 with a double and an RBI. Newark hosts Waterloo on Wednesday.

One Response to "Tuesday Wrap: Werth wins 200th; Diaz and Romero combine on 1-hitter"

  1. Derek   April 10, 2019 at 9:53 pm

    Will you be doing a write up of tues games between mcc and mercyhurst

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