Harisis and Treviso lead DI Red

Top left: Jack Von Ahnen makes a diving catch in center field. Top right: Chris Sleeper struck out seven over three scoreless innings of work. Middle: Ryan Coughlin leads off first. Grant Rodriguez holds the bag. Bottom left: Drew Treviso allowed one hit over four shutout innings of work. Bottom right: Xavier Mroales reached bases all three times he came to the plate and scored two runs.

DI BLUE 1
DI RED 9
Drew Treviso (Fairport) and Shane Harisis (Eastridge) combined on six shutout innings, and DI Red (3-1-1) stayed undefeated in its last four games. Treviso started and struck out six over four scoreless frames. The right-hander retired 10 straight before allowing a two-out single in the fourth inning. Treviso needed 13 pitches in the third and 14 more in the fourth. Harisis fanned three and walked one over two scoreless. At the plate, Harisis gave Red a lead it did not surrender when he drove in Xavier Morales (Webster Schroeder) with a one-out triple in the fourth inning.

 


Christian Blatter followed with an RBI sacrifice fly. Blatter finished the game with three RBI. He plated a pair in the sixth when Red put the game out of reach with six runs.

 


Morales reached base all three times he came to the plate and scored twice. Jack Von Ahnen (Webster Schroeder) walked twice and scored once. Zachary Harnischfeger (Greece Athena) doubled, drove in a run and scored another. Logan Bush (Aquinas) collected an RBI with a double. Nolan Schoenberger (Wayne) went 1-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored.

 


Chris Sleeper (Rush-Henrietta) started and struck out seven over three hitless for DI Blue. The right-hander retired eight straight before allowing a two-out walk in the third.

 


Malakai Taylor (Mynderse Academy) finished 2-for-3 and scored the lone Blue run in the seventh inning. Jake Veniskey (Webster Thomas) was 1-for-3 with an RBI. Dylan Boprey (Hilton) also singled for Blue. The starting pitchers, Sleeper and Treviso, combined to retire 18 of the first 21 batters that came to the plate. Blue (4-1) had won its first four games of the season.

 

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