Tuesday Wrap: Walsh pitches McQuaid to 10th win; Hilton walks it off in extras

Jason Nau went 3-for-4 and Michael LoPresti 2-for-3 in the Rangers’ loss. The duo knocked in Spencerport’s two runs, one in the fourth and one in the fifth. Nau’s single to left allowed LaDuca to cross the plate, erasing Herndon’s shutout and cut its lead to 5-1. LoPresti’s base hit made it a three-run game in the fifth. Herndon responded with a bases-clearing triple in the sixth.

Tyler DePaolis threw a complete game in his second consecutive start, allowing one earned run in Sutherland’s fourth straight victory. In his six innings on the mound, he struck out five. At the plate, DePaolis drove in three runs as well. Torin Wilcox went 3-for-4 with two RBI. Keeghan Cummings and Carrett Clanton also knocked in two runs. John Messina found the gap twice, recording two hits.

Cooper Crunick started and struck out 10 over five innings. The Binghamton University commit allowed one run on two hits and six walks, keeping Whitney Young silent while the Braves added on. Dylan Mackenzie and Crunick tabbed two hits apiece. Crunick’s two-bagger in the third plated one of Mackenzie’s two runs scored, giving Canandaigua the lead it never surrendered. Joe Brinza and Sam Werth each recorded an RBI.

BRIGHTON (5-0) 17
Three big innings proved to be enough for Brighton, as the Barons kept South Charleston quiet until their final ups of the game. The Barons scored four in the second, six in the third, and seven in the fifth. Trent Wasserman led the dominant offense with four base hits, while driving in four. Ryan Watson and Jack Falter held down the top of the order with nearly identical stats. Watson and Falter each went 2-for-4 with three runs scored, three RBI, and one walk. Falter took the hill for the Barons, striking out six in three innings and allowing one hit, one earned run, and one walk. Brighton held a 17-1 lead until South Charleston scored six in the fifth.

Austin Mack led the Bombers at the plate and dominated on the hill in East Rochester’s walk-off win. In the bottom of the seventh, Sean Flanagan beat out a single and Mario Vega reached safely on a base hit. Mack, who went 4-for-4 with an RBI, loaded the bases with his fourth hit of the day, setting up Corwyn Cleveland for a big hit. Cleveland’s line drive past the centerfielder plated the walk-off run. On the mound, Mack threw five innings and tallied 10 strikeouts and four walks. He gave up one hit in the first inning and shut down the Odyssey offense after that. Cleveland took over for the final two innings, walking four and finishing the combined one-hitter.

Princeton scored a run in the bottom of the first, but Penfield extended its lead in four consecutive innings. Senior Bobby Bradley led the Patriots driving in five runs on two hits. His triple in Penfield’s three-run fourth knocked in two. Gage Ziehl went 3-for-3 with two doubles. Ziehl also played a part in five of Penfield’s runs, as he scored three and brought in three. Sonny Burch started for the Patriots, allowing six hits and one earned run over four innings. He struck out seven and walked two. Brendan Miller finished 2-for-5 with three RBI and two runs scored. Nathan Sobko had a hit, walked twice and scored a run. Danny Stapleton scored three runs.

Anthony Roides highlighted a seven-run second inning with a bases-clearing double as Fairport sent 11 to the plate in the decisive frame. Will MacFarlane went 2-for-2 with a double, a walk and three runs scored in the game. Ryan Smith finished 3-for-3 with two runs scored. Tyler Holmes walked twice, scored twice and had an RBI. Nick Rosen drove in two runs with a single. Tyler Staffieri walked, had a hit, a run scored and an RBI. Nolan Hicks walked and scored a run.

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Hunter Walsh hurled a one-hitter, and McQuaid improved to 10-0 on the season. Walsh struck out seven and walked one. The senior right-hander retired 10 of the first 11 batters he faced and did not allow a hit until a one-out single in the fourth. He needed just 70 pitches for the complete-game effort. Noah Campanelli walked, stole a base and scored on a wild pitch to give the Jesuit Knights a 1-0 lead in the fourth. Campanelli singled, stole another base and scored on a Drew Bailey sacrifice fly in the sixth. Zach Lee finished 2-for-3. Keeler Thomas added a hit in three at-bats.

WAYNE (2-0) 3
Logan Holgado threw a complete-game shutout on 95 pitches in Wayne’s second win of the season. Holgado allowed four hits and struck out 10, throwing 66 strikes. In a first-and-third play in the bottom of the fourth, Nathan McKenna stole home to put Wayne on the board. Aiden Harris’ two-run single in the bottom of the sixth extended Wayne’s lead to three runs. McKenna and Caleb Kornaker contributed by going 1-for-2 with a run scored. Gates-Chili’s Devin Georgetti also threw a complete game, keeping Wayne scoreless for four out of his six innings. Devin Georgetti allowed three hits, three runs, two earned, and struck out six. While most Spartans fell victim to a Holgado strikeout, Angelino Torres, Devin Georgetti, Brian Georgetti, and Andrew Lipka broke through for a hit apiece.


Senior Zach Wright struck out 11 and hurled a one-hitter to lead Olympia. Jack Berbert finished 3-for-3 with two RBI. Mike Matteson was 2-for-4 with two RBI, and Colin Avery went 3-for-3 with three runs scored. Olympia will play Waterloo in the finals of the East Tournament. A 3 PM first pitch is scheduled Wednesday.

Matt Barron hurled a two-hit shutout, and Waterloo advanced to Wednesday’s final of the East Tournament. Barron struck out 13 and retired 14 of the last 15 batters he faced. The senior captain also induced a six ground-ball outs including a 6-4-3 double play to end the game. At the plate, Barron went 2-for-3 including an RBI single in the fourth inning when Waterloo sent 11 to the plate and scored seven to take a 9-0 lead. Marshall King added a two-run single in the frame. Ethan Hunt and Ben Rookey also drove in a run apiece. Kyle Sessler finished 2-for-3 on the day with a stolen base and a sacrifice fly to drive in a run. King went 2-for-4. Rookey was 2-for-2 with a walk. Steven Dewall had two hits, a walk and scored twice. Jared Hendrix singled, walked, stole a base and scored twice. Christina Diaz and Jose collected a single apiece for East. Waterloo will play Greece Olympia in the tournament final. A 3 PM first pitch is scheduled. East will meet Lyons in the consolation game. A noon start time is slated.

VICTOR (2-2) 7
Victor battled back from a six-run deficit to take a 7-6 lead after five innings. However, Mooresville regained the lead for good by scoring three runs in the sixth. Santino Rosso was 2-for-4 with a double, triple, and two RBI. Carson Rucker contributed with one hit and two RBI.

Nick Serce and Jackson DeJohn combined for a two-hit shutout in Irondequoit’s first game of the day. Serce recorded 10 strikeouts and four walks; he allowed two hits. DeJohn put up zeroes across the line in his inning of relief. The game was scoreless until Serce’s sacrifice fly that plated Dominic Distasio in the top the fifth. Chad Gartland’s two-out single to left in the next at-bat allowed Frank Fernandes to score, extending the Eagles’ lead to 2-0. In their next ups, Jaleel Davis brought in JP Erbland with an RBI groundout for Irondequoit’s third and final run. Dylan Hanley finished 2-for-3 with a double for Eastridge.

With two outs in the bottom of the seventh of a 2-2 game, Frank Fernandes connected for a line drive to left to plate Colin Fuller and win the ball game. Fernandes’s walk-off hit was one of the team-leading three hits on the day. Chad Gartland threw 6.1 innings for Irondequoit, collecting 12strike outs and one walk. He allowed six Arcadia hits and two earned runs, both of which crossed in the top of the first. An Arcadia error on Jackson DeJohn’s hard ground ball in the bottom of the first plated Fernandes to cut Arcadia’s lead in half. It wasn’t until the bottom of the fourth that Irondequoit tied the game on Braden Graham’s sacrifice bunt down the first baseline.

HF-L and Rush Henrietta each utilized the long-ball in the one-run game. HF-L’s Cary VanNewkirk connected for a three-run homer in the first inning, seeming to be enough to overcome Rush Henrietta. Derek Childs took the hill for five innings, allowing three hits, including a solo homer off the bat of Bobby Sellers, and striking out four. Brian Reinke struck out five in his two innings of relief to earn the save. Ben Sousa was 2-for-4.

Brockport fell just short in the seven-inning pitcher’s duel. Sonny Mangini started for Brockport and threw four scoreless innings, allowing two hits and one walk. Mangini struck out two and forced three groundouts and six fly outs. Nick Nealon, Sam Velletri, Tyler Henshaw, and Ryan Judd collected a hit apiece for the Blue Devils. Sam Velletri doubled in the top of the first, Brockport’s only extra-base hit of the game. St. James strung together three two-out singles in the seventh to walk off with the win.

HILTON 8 (10 innings)
Drew HerrNeckar plated Kyle Douglas with a bases-loaded single for the walk-off victory. Josh Battaglia walked and scored on a fielder’s choice in the eighth inning to keep Hilton’s chances alive. Tyler finished 2-for-3 with an RBI. Alex Noto and Gavin Moore had an RBI apiece. Dylan Boprey allowed four hits over 3.2 innings to pick up the win. Hilton is 3-2 on the season.

SOTA’s starter Reece Correa threw 5.1 innings, holding Monroe to two runs on four hits. Correa utilized his curve to fan nine throughout his start. With the game at 5-2 entering the sixth inning, SOTA exploded to put four more runs on the board. Ross Janezic went 2-for-4 with a triple and two RBI to lead the Silverhawks. Zach Parson contributed with a double to plate two runs. At the plate, Correa singled and scored three runs. Andrius Batista with two hits, including an RBI double, for Monroe. Monroe’s starter Greg Romero struck out five.

GENESEO (6-2) 4
With two Avon runs in the top of the sixth, the game was knotted at three. Geneseo quickly answered with an Owen Lyons run during Liam Miskell’s at bat, securing the one-run win. Jake Hamilton threw a complete game for Geneseo, letting up three hits and three earned runs. He struck out seven and walked two during the seven innings. Noah Reilly, Miskell, and Michael Walton placed one hit apiece at six, seven, and eight in the lineup. Walton was the only Blue Devil to record an RBI. Russell Brownell, Lyons, Reilly, and Miskell scored Geneseo’s four runs.

NEWARK (4-1) 1
The Reds lost their first game of the season at the hands of Skaneatles’ senior Cregg Schrerrer. Newark’s Julius Teabout singled to left center in the bottom of the first, marking the only hit the University at Albany commit gave up.

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