Friday Wrap: Hoctor leads Schroeder; Merkley delivers for McQuaid

WEBSTER SCHROEDER   14
GATES-CHILI   4
Jack Hoctor exploded for three hits and five RBI in four at bats for Schroeder, including a three-run triple to right field during the Warriors’ six-run sixth inning. The Warriors put runs up early in the contest, exiting the third inning up 9-0. Jack VonAhnen went 2-for-4 with two RBI, while Joseph Thompson added two hits, two runs scored and an RBI. Jayson Turner also picked up a pair of hits, with Andrew Herbert and Benjamin Conrow contributed an RBI apiece. Herbert also scored twice. Sophomore Ryan Merkov earned his first varsity win on the mound, tossing five innings and allowing two runs on three hits and one walk, striking out three. Conrow threw a scoreless, hitless inning in relief, fanning two of his own. Brian Georgetti went 1-for-3 with two RBI and two runs scored for Gates-Chili. Anthony Gersonia slapped a pair of hits for the Spartans, while Darren Peace and Alexander Scalone drove in one run each.

ROME FREE ACADEMY  13
MCQUAID JESUIT  14
Charlie Merkley cracked a 1-1 pitch into center field to plate Tyler Griggs and Drew Bailey, capping off McQuaid’s four-run bottom of the seventh and giving the Knights the walk-off win. The game had been a back-and-forth affair, with the sixth inning being the only inning of the game in which either team did not score. The contest featured seven lead changes and a combined 25 hits. Merkley finished the game 2-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored, while Griggs went 2-for-2 with three runs scored and two RBI. Noah Campanelli had four hits, three runs scored and an RBI in four at bats, and Zach Lee added a 3-for-3 evening with one RBI and a run scored. Bailey collected a pair of RBI and Patrick Xander drove in a run and scored twice for the Knights. Adam Williamson drove in a Rome-high three RBI, followed by both Riley Brawdy and Ryan Marrello with two apiece. Ethan Brown went 3-for-4 with three runs scored and Preston Mecca had two hits and three runs scored in three runs scored in three at bats. Aaron Simons closed the night 2-for-3 with a run scored and one RBI. Justin Swavely also drove in a run for Rome.

BRADFORD  7
ADDISON  7 susp. 

CANISTEO-GREENWOOD  3
AVOCA   2

ARKPORT-CANASERAGA   13
CAMPBELL-SAVONA  7

PALMYRA-MACEDON
NEWARK

CLYDE-SAVANNAH
LYONS

GREECE ATHENA
GREECE OLYMPIA      PPD

FAIRPORT
SPENCERPORT      PPD

GREECE ARCADIA
BATAVIA                          PPD

BROCKPORT
GREECE ODYSSEY           PPD

HILTON
CANANDAIGUA                       RESCHEDULED TO 5/7

NE DOUGLASS
WILSON MAGNET                                   GAME 1      PPD

NE DOUGLASS
WILSON MAGNET                                   GAME 2      PPD

BATH-HAVERLING
LIVONIA                             PPD

HORNELL
WAYLAND-COHOCTON                 RESCHEDULED TO 5/23

PAVILION
GENESEO                   PPD

LEROY
WARSAW                       RESCHEDULED TO 5/18

KESHEQUA
PERRY/MOUNT MORRIS               PPD

LETCHWORTH
CALEDONIA-MUMFORD         RESCHEDULED TO 5/17

WATERLOO
WEEDSPORT   PPD

HARLEY-ALLENDALE-COLUMBIA
NAPLES                                                             PPD

HONEOYE
RED JACKET                PPD

MARCUS WHITMAN
BLOOMFIELD                      PPD

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