BATAVIA (1-4) 1
IRONDEQUOIT (7-0) 11
Through their first six games of the 2021 season, Joey Kuhn’s Irondequoit Eagles had yet to face a deficit. That trend continued Friday afternoon. READ MORE.
CHARLES G. FINNEY (2-3) 0
EAST (4-2) 10 (5 INNINGS)
Pedro Garcia hurled a complete game shutout with 12 strikeouts to lead East. Michael Conrow led the offense with a pinch-hit, bases-clearing double in the fourth inning. Luis Rivera hit a two-run double in the second and scored after being hit by a pitch. Victor Arroyo, Frank Duarte and Garcia all collected a base knock and an RBI. Arroyo scored a pair of runs while Duarte and Garcia both crossed the plate once. Tomas Hernandez and Israel Sullivan both doubled, singled and scored one run. Hernandez added an RBI as well.
EASTRIDGE (1-7) 1
BROCKPORT (4-4) 7
William Cole accumulated three base knocks, three RBI and three runs scored to lead Brockport to its third win in four games. Cole finished a triple shy of the cycle as he hit an RBI double and scored in the second inning, launched a two-run homer in the third and singled and scored in the sixth. Nicholas Johnson doubled, singled and drove in a run. The senior pitcher fanned six batters in four innings of one-run ball as well. Patrick Kiesow and Devyn Scheidt both contributed a hit and an RBI in three plate appearances. Scheidt scored a run as well. For Eastridge, Keenan Calenzo led with a pair of singles and an RBI triple in the third inning for the Lancers’ lone run. Thomas Bareham tossed a complete game on 84 pitches.
GREECE ATHENA (6-0) 7
CANANDAIGUA (2-3) 4
Dylan Bliss pulled off a successful suicide squeeze to score the go-ahead run in the sixth inning as Greece Athena pulled away for its third road win of the season. Tied at three, Alexander Englert ignited the rally with a leadoff double and advanced to third on a Connor Osier bunt single. Then on the third pitch of the at-bat, Bliss sacrificed himself to score Englert for a successful suicide squeeze and the go-ahead run. The Trojans piled on three more runs as Osier scored on a balk and added a sacrifice fly and Casey Saucke crossed the plate on an error. Saucke led with an RBI triple for the first run of the game, a single, a walk and two runs scored. Victor Alongi, Terrence Kurtz and Osier all had a hit and an RBI. Kurtz and Osier both scored a run. Kurtz added a walk as well. Jayden Madrid doubled, singled and crossed the plate twice. On the mound, Kurtz had seven strikeouts in five innings. For Canandaigua, Carlos Fantauzzi led with a pair of singles, including one to score AJ DeBalso in the seventh inning, and a run-scoring double to tie the game at three in the third.
GREECE OLYMPIA/ODYSSEY (2-6) 0
GATES-CHILI (2-5) 8
Devin Georgetti and Ryan Kilner combined for five RBI, four hits and one run scored as Gates-Chili snapped a five-game skid. Kilner led with a bases-clearing double in the fifth inning and an infield single. Georgetti hit a pair of singles, including one to bring in Maguire Gentz and Vincent Lucyszyn. On the mound, the senior pitcher hurled a complete game shutout on 77 pitches. After giving up a leadoff single, Georgetti retired nine consecutive batters. THe senior pitcher accumulated 10 strikeouts as well. Charles Healy added a fifth-inning RBI single. For Greece Olympia/Odyssey, Nolan Krautwurst doubled and singled for the team’s lone base knocks.
SPENCERPORT (2-5) 1
HILTON (4-3) 17
Four different players drove in multiple runs to lead Hilton to its third straight win. Carter Clark led with two hits, five RBI and one run scored. The junior infielder mashed a two-run homer in the second inning, lifted a sacrifice fly in the third, brought in Joshua Wheeler via an RBI groundout in the fourth and finished with a run-scoring single in the sixth. Tyler Cerame and Preston Prince both drove in three runs. Cerame collected a pair of singles, including one which brought in Drew Bateman and Jeremiah Scarpulla in the third inning, and an RBI double. The senior infielder crossed the plate five times as well. Wheeler hit a two-run double, singled and drew a walk. James Capellupo and Luke Schofield both contributed a pair of base knocks and an RBI. For Spencerport, Devin Cannon accounted for the team’s lone run with a third-inning, run-scoring single. Scott Zyra doubled and singled.
PENFIELD (7-1) 1
WEBSTER SCHROEDER (4-2) 5
Lukas Kelly and Nicolas Thorpe combined to drive in all five runs for Webster Schroeder as the Warriors handed Penfield its first loss of the season. Thorpe led with a two-run single and an RBI double. Kelly followed up with a two-run single of his own. Thorpe crossed the plate once as well. Zachary Hosmer singled, walked and scored a run. Michael Salina threw a complete game on 106 pitches. After giving up a single in the second inning, the junior pitcher retied seven consecutive hitters. Salina struck out the side in the third inning for three of his eight strikeouts as well. For Penfield, Gage Ziehl accounted for the team’s lone run with an RBI groundout in the sixth inning. Peyton Pace had five strikeouts in five frames.
PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (5-1) 5
PITTSFORD MENDON (4-2) 2
Jackson Zawacki lined a go-ahead, two-run double as part of a three-run seventh inning as Pittsford Sutherland rallied for back-to-back wins over its crosstown rival. Tied at two, Joseph Groark ignited the rally with a one-out single and stole second base. After Keeghan Cummings drew a walk, Zawacki cashed in with a two-out double to center. Jacob Fekete added an insurance run with an RBI single in the ensuing at-bat. Overall, Zawacki went 2-of-3 with a walk and knotted the game at two with a run-scoring single in the fifth inning. Alexander Renzi contributed a game-tying single of his own to knot the game at one in the second. Tyler Mullin singled twice and scored a run. For Pittsford Mendon, Eric Roets hit a pair of doubles, including one in the first inning for the first run of the game, and crossed the plate once. Daniel Mariani whiffed nine batters in six innings.
WEBSTER THOMAS (6-0) 6
VICTOR (3-4) 4
Joe DiNieri and Garett Wilson both knocked two hits and drove in a run as Webster Thomas held on for its second road win of the season. Colby Wilson added a pair of hits. Mitchell Kelly led with a two-run single. Paul Sofinski contributed with a hit and an RBI at the dish and five strikeouts in 5 2/3 innings on the bump. Kelly earned the save with a groundout with the bases loaded to end the game. For Victor, Will Tehan led with two hits and one run scored. Ethan Behnke and Ian Meeks both had a hit and an RBI. Pierce Mehigan fanned six batters in relief.
AQUINAS (7-0) 17
WAYNE (4-2) 1 (5 INNINGS)
Tyler Szalkowski exploded for six RBI, four base knocks and two runs scored as Aquinas’ offense poured in double-digit runs for the fifth time in seven games, including fourth straight. It was the L’il Irish’s fifth road win of the season as well. Szalkowski accumulated a two-run double in the opening frame, a two-run triple in the second inning and a pair of RBI singles in the fifth. On the mound, Szalkowski pitched a complete game on 70 pitches as well. After allowing an RBI single in the opening frame, the senior right-hander retired the last 14 hitters he faced, including five straight via strikeout. Szalkowski finished with 10 strikeouts as well. Channing Owens followed up with three singles, including one which scored two runs and another to bring in one, and crossed the plate twice. CJ Mangone hustled for a two-run triple, walked twice and scored three runs. For Wayne, Nolan Schoenberger accounted for the team’s lone run with an RBI single. Schoenberger had four strikeouts in three innings as well.
GANANDA (4-2) 4
RED JACKET (6-0) 7
Mason Pollot hit a go-ahead, two-run homer in the third inning as Red Jacket rallied from an early deficit for its third home win of the season. Trailing 2-0 before even taking an at-bat, the Indians took the lead for good with a three-run frame. James Sibeto ignited the rally by reaching on an error, stealing second and advancing to third on a balk. Kyle Damore brought in the sophomore with a two-out double. Then Pollot hustled for an inside-the-park homer on a fly ball to left field to give the Indians a 3-2 lead they wouldn’t relinquish. The Indians piled on four more runs in the fourth inning capped off by a Pollot RBI single. Pollot led the offense by going 2-of-3 with three RBI and a run scored. Damore and Trevor Hill both added two hits apiece. Damore drew a walk and crossed the plate twice. Hill doubled and singled. Sibeto and Brendan Stephens put together back-to-back run-scoring doubles in the fourth frame. Sibeto finished with two runs scored and Stephens one. On the mound, Daltyn Hanline whiffed nine batters in five innings. For Gananda, Luke Ciprich accounted for the first run of the game with an RBI single and added a sacrifice fly in the fifth inning. Patrick Walsh reached base three times via a run-scoring single, a fielder’s choice and an error. Samuel O’Neil drew a pair of walks and hit an RBI double as part of a late rally attempt. On the mound, the senior pitcher had six strikeouts in a complete game effort.
SODUS (5-0) 7
MARION (0-4) 3
Austin Cincinello and Donovan Fillmore both compiled a base knock, two RBI and one run scored to lead Sodus to its third road win of the season. Cincinello brought in Brady McCarthy via a groundout, hit a run-scoring single as part of a five-run fourth inning and reached on an error. Fillmore collected a two-run single in the fourth and swiped a bag. Kyle Zerbe contributed with two singles, including one which scored a run, and crossed the plate once. McCarthy scored three runs.
HARLEY-ALLENDALE-COLUMBIA (2-2) 11
NAPLES (3-3) 18
Jackson Brahm accumulated four hits, including a triple, and four RBI as Naples rallied from an eight-run deficit for the victory. Charlie Grove followed up with a single and a pair of RBI. Ryan Lester chipped in two hits and drove in a run. Ben Green had seven strikeouts in three innings of relief. For Harley-Allendale-Columbia, Salvatore Timpani led by going 4-of-4 at the dish. Ben Friedberg had two hits. Jack Wheeler hustled for a triple and Alex Sassaman hit a home run.
BLOOMFIELD (3-1) 9
ROMULUS/SOUTH SENECA (0-2) 8 (9 INNINGS)
Declan Smith’s bunt ignited a rally for Bloomfield to win in extra innings. Johnny Day made a game-saving catch in left field to preserve a tied game. Aaron Walsh pitched five innings in relief.
LYNDONVILLE (4-1) 16
ELBA (1-4) 3
Nathan Dillenbeck smashed a go-ahead, two-run homer in the fifth inning as Lyndonville exploded for 13 unanswered runs, reached the double-digit scoring margin for the third time in the last four games and notched its fourth consecutive victory. Tied at three, Trenton Muck drew a walk ahead of Dillenbeck’s blast on a two-strike count. The Tigers piled on with five runs in the sixth inning and six runs in the seventh. Overall, Dillenbeck finished with an RBI single for the first run of the game, a two-run double and crossed the plate four times as well. Jack Whipple followed up with two singles, a double, three RBI and two runs scored. Dillon Burt-Hodgins contributed a seventh-inning, two-run single. Alex Barry singled twice, doubled in a run, walked and crossed the plate once. Rolland Balcenzak and Casey Winiecki both collected a pair of base knocks and scored two runs. For Elba, Andrew Hare tied the game at three with a two-run double in the third inning and added a single. On the mound, Hare accumulated nine strikeouts in five frames.
WELLSVILLE (4-1-1) 13
CUBA-RUSHFORD (3-2) 0
Logan Dunbar and Alex Green both drove in four runs to lead Wellsville to its fourth consecutive win. Green finished with three walks, two hits and a pair of runs scored. Dunbar had one base knock. Cody Costello, Tim Jones and Liam McKinley all had a hit and an RBI. McKinley drew two walks and crossed the plate once. Jones added a walk of his own. Jeremiah Havens fanned six batters in four innings on the mound.
LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (0-4) 2
SCHOOL OF THE ARTS/MONROE (4-2) 13
Abel Austin secured the win, striking out seven over three innings and giving up only one hit. Austin led the offense with two hits and three runs scored. Other contributors were Dale Janezic (two hits, two RBI), Joaquin Diaz (two doubles) and Zeke Randolf (double, single). Justin Rodriquez crossed the plate four times. Steven Lepki finished off the game with three strike outs over two innings and contributed a hit and two RBI at the plate. For Leadership, Victor Mercado and Charles Fairley recorded hits.
BRIGHTON (1-4) 2
FAIRPORT (3-3) 3 8 innings
Zach Merlo lifted Fairport to its third straight win with a walk-off single in extra innings. Merlo’s two-out single brought home Dylan Norton with the game winner. Norton reached on a one-out single and moved to second to set up Merlo’s heroics. Nick Provenzano struck out four over two scoreless innings of relief to pick up the win. Matt Terzo started and and pitched six inning for the Red Raiders. The right-hander struck out four and allowed two unearned runs on five hits and two walks. Julien Mendoza and Matt Scarpelli collected two hits apiece for Fairport. Brighton’s Ben Comeau went 1-for-3 with a double, an RBI and run scored. Lucas Mark doubled and scored a run for the Barons.
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (2-5) 7
RUSH-HENRIETTA (4-4) 8
Seamus Devlin and Connor Nguyen drove in two runs apiece as Rush-Henrietta won for the third time in four games. Devlin went 2-for-3 with two runs scored. Joe Grzeskowiak finished 3-for-3 with two doubles and a run scored for the Royal Comets. Cameron Ritchie was 1-for-3 with two runs scored. Churchville-Chili’s Zach Miner went 1-for-2 with two walks and two runs scored. Shane Pray homered, drove in two and scored twice for the Saints. Anthony Shortino was 1-for-3 with a walk and a run scored.
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (3-3) 12
GREECE ARCADIA (0-6) 0
OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (4-1) 13
ALEXANDER (2-4) 3
PEMBROKE (0-5) 2
NOTRE DAME BATAVIA (4-1) 13
ADDISON (2-2) 9
JASPER-TROUPSBURG (2-2) 10
MCQUAID (6-1) 9
ST. JOSEPH’S COLLEGIATE (VI) 10
Ed Hall and Aiden Stewart both collected three hits in four at-bats to lead the McQuaid offense. Hall scored twice and dove in a run while Stewart had two RBI. Will Taylor went 2-for-5 with a double, two RBI and two runs scored. Keeler Thomas finished 2-for-3 with an RBI.
MCQUAID (7-1) 11
ST. JOSEPH’S COLLEGIATE (VI) 0
Daniel McAliney struck out seven over four scoreless innings as McQuaid rebounded from a loss in game one of a doubleheader. The junior right-hander limited St. Joe’s to two hits and and two walks. Will Taylor paced the offense out of the leadoff spot going 2-for-3 with a double, two RBI and three runs scored. Tanner Degrazia was 2-for-3 with a double, three RBI and a run scored. Aiden Stewart finished with two doubles and two RBI in a 2-for-3 effort at the plate. Jeff Arigo was 2-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored.
MARCUS WHITMAN (0-4)
GENESEE VALLEY (1-3)
WEBSTER SCHROEDER 4
Junior starting pitcher Molly Broccolo scattered nine hits, striking out eight and getting some big defensive plays at key times. READ MORE.
Montgomery Kessler led Caledonia-Mumford by going 3-of-4 with five RBI, including a three-run homer, and three runs scored. Lizzy Pies, Sawyer Richardson and Olivia Woodward all drove in a pair of runs. Richardson collected three hits and crossed the plate three times. Woodward went 2-of-5 at the dish and Pies was 2-of-4. Maddy DeVore hustled for two triples among her three hits and accumulated five runs scored. Taylor Mills and Haley Sherwood both contributed a pair of base knocks. Sherwood scored three runs and Mills two. For Avon, Joleigh Crye compiled 15 strikeouts. At the plate, Crye went 2-of-4 with four runs scored. Isabela Braun and Ella Hoskins both had three RBI to lead the offense. Braun put together three base knocks.
Quote from Caledonia-Mumford head coach Dan Dickens: “I’m really proud of our effort at the plate. Seventeen hits off a pitcher of Joleigh Crye’s caliber isn’t easy to do. We still have some work to do in the field, but are looking forward to our next game.”
GREECE ATHENA 1
PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 16
NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN 20
PITTSFORD MENDON 9
Lexi Miskey struck out 16 and hurled a no-hitter to lead Mendon. Lilly Goldberg provided the offense with a two-out, two-run single in the bottom of the first.
EDISON TECH/WILSON MAGNET 0
BISHOP KEARNEY 27
MARCUS WHITMAN 2