ICBL Thursday: Edgett has a night; Coy paces Monsters rally

Justin Graham is safe at third during Thursday’s action. (Photo: SUE KANE)

WINGS 15
MONARCHS 4

Stephen Edgett’s (St. John Fisher) four-RBI performance led the Wings in their blowout victory. Edgett went a perfect 4-for-4 with two doubles and a home run at the dish and also scored two runs. He also came on in relief for the sixth inning and allowed two hits but did not surrender any runs.

 


Frankie Santiago Colon (Finger Lakes CC) kicked off the scoring for the Wings with a two-run double in the top of the third inning. His teammates continued the scoring in the top of the fourth by throwing up a six-spot. Jacob Heredia (Monroe CC) hit a solo home run, Justin Graham (St. John Fisher) delivered a two-run double and scored on a double steal, Thomas Pasquale (St. John Fisher) had an RBI single and Edgett laced a run-scoring double.

 


The Wings went on to score two runs in the fifth and sixth innings and tacked on three more in the seventh. Jordan Maher (SUNY Fredonia), Graham, Edgett, Heredia and Pasquale all drove in at least one run during the final three frames.

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Jadon Massuci (Alfred State) got the ball to start the game for the Wings and threw five quality innings. He allowed two runs on three hits and one walk while striking out three. Edgett and Maher threw the final two innings without allowing a run after Jayson Faynor (Genesee CC) allowed two runs without recording an out.

 


 

Despite the rough day on the mound, Faynor managed to go 2-for-3 at the plate with two runs scored. Graham and Pasquale also managed to get two hits apiece, with Graham scoring once and Pasquale thrice.

Tim McClare (Canisius) got the Monarchs on the board in the bottom of the third with an RBI on a fielder’s choice. Jeff Wilson followed that up in the fourth with a solo home run. Noah Camponelli (St. John Fisher) drove in the Monarchs’ final two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to keep the game alive, scoring Marty Williams and Thomas Amuso (RIT).

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LAKE MONSTERS 8
FLYIN’ FISH 2
Tyler Coy’s two-run home run in the top of the third inning gave the Lake Monsters a lead that they did not surrender. Coy’s round tripper plated Erik Gauer (Gordon) and gave the Monsters a 3-2 lead.

The Flyin’ Fish came out hot early and struck for two runs in the bottom of the first. Santino Rosso (Hofstra) had an RBI single and later scored on an error after Anthony Mashewske (Keuka) singled.

Gauer doubled in Kole Brink (SUNY Fredonia) to cut the deficit to 2-1, which was then followed up by Coy’s go-ahead homer.

 


The Lake Monsters’ offense remained dormant until the top of the sixth inning when it exploded for five more runs. Andrew Wallman’s (Hilbert) walk with the bases loaded forced in the first run of the inning. AJ Nestler (Finger Lakes CC), the next batter, unloaded the bases with a three-run triple. Anthony Roides (Alfred State) ended up scoring Nestler with a single just a few batters later.

Gauer was the only Lake Monster to record multiple hits on the day. He finished 3-for-4 with two doubles, an RBI and a run scored. Coy finished 1-for-3 with the home run, a walk and two runs scored.

 


Andrew Treviso (Alfred State) toed the slab for the Lake Monsters and went six strong innings, allowing one run on three hits and a walk. Treviso also tied a season-high with six strikeouts. Roides closed out the game and allowed one walk and punched out one in his only inning of work.

 


Rosso and Cody Cooper (Slippery Rock) collected two hits apiece for the Flyin’ Fish. Both were 2-for-3 with a run scored, but Rosso drove in a run while Cooper tripled. Hayden Ewell (Southern New Hampshire) collected one hit in the contest, which was a double.

Jared Murray threw 1.2 inning in relief for the Flyin’ Fish, surrendering two hits and a walk for one run, but racked up two strikeouts.

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