The Men’s Room Monday Wrap: Beauchamp, McQuaid hand Aquinas first loss of season; Bolivar-Richburg’s Allen hits inside-the-park HR as part of 4-RBI game

A Wayland-Cohocton baserunner slides under the tag of Avon’s Evan Masten (6). (Photo: CAROLE VOLPE)

BASEBALL

BROCKPORT (5-4) 9
PITTSFORD MENDON (4-3) 3
With a four-run lead in hand before having toed the rubber, Tyler Henshaw went to work, Monday afternoon.The senior southpaw went on to hurl five-and-a-third innings to lead Brockport to its third straight win. READ MORE.

FRANKLIN/NE DOUGLASS/VANGUARD/WORLD OF INQUIRY (2-5) 2
EAST (6-2) 12 (5 INNINGS)
Luis Rivera led East High with two hits, four RBI and four runs scored. Tomas Hernandez singled twice, including one to drive in two runs, doubled in a score and crossed the plate twice. Israel Sullivan hit a two-run double, drew a pair of walks and scored two runs. Emille Diaz and Jerome English both had RBI hits.

EARLY COLLEGE/EDISON TECH/WILSON MAGNET (1-6) 0
MONROE/SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (5-3) 10
Abel Austin tossed a complete game shutout with 12 strikeouts to lead Monroe/School of the Arts to its second straight win. At the dish, Austin contributed a pair of base knocks and two RBI. Joaquin Diaz led the offense with a two-run homer as part of his two-hit, three-RBI performance. Alex Powell singled and tripled. Steven Lepki and Justin Rodriguez both had two hits and drove in a run.

MCQUAID (9-1) 14
AQUINAS (7-1) 6
Jack Beauchamp led a trio of players who drove in multiple runs as McQuaid jumped out to a 10-0 lead in three innings and handed Aquinas its first loss of the season. Beauchamp went 2-of-3 with a double and a single, reached on an error which scored two runs and crossed the plate twice. The senior outfielder finished with three RBI as well. Dom Romano and Mekhi Stephens both drove in a pair of runs. Romano was 2-of-2 with an RBI single, a run-scoring double, a walk and two runs scored. Stephens hit a two-run single in the seventh inning and crossed the plate once. Edward Hall contributed by reaching on an error and collecting an RBI single in the second. On the mound, Ben Malady had five strikeouts in three innings of relief. For Aquinas, Tyler Szalkowski and Caleb Wilson both had three base knocks and a pair of RBI. Szalkowski collected a trio of singles. Wilson singled twice, including one which scored two runs, doubled and crossed the plate twice.

EASTRIDGE (1-9) 4
BATAVIA (2-4) 8
Shawn Kimball whiffed nine batters in six innings as Batavia snapped a four-game skid. Jesse Reinhart led the offense with a trio of hits, including a double, and a run scored. Alex Hale and Luke Rogers both doubled and drove in a run. Hale crossed the plate once. Cole Grazioplene went 1-of-3 with a run scored.

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BRIGHTON (1-5) 3
WEBSTER THOMAS (7-0) 9
Mitchell Kelly hit a three-run homer, singled, stole a base and scored two runs to lead Webster Thomas. James Bolton added a two-run double. Ian McNabb fanned nine batters in six innings.

CANANDAIGUA (3-4) 9
GREECE ARCADIA (0-8) 2
Kenyon Mahoney went 2-of-3 with a pair of RBI and a run scored to lead Canandaigua. Mahoney hit a run-scoring double in the fourth inning and a bunt single in the sixth. Jack Ciranni and Carlos Fantauzzi both collected a pair of base knocks, drove in a run and crossed the plate once. Ciranni drew a walk. Joey Bognanno was 3-of-3 with a walk and two runs scored. Braden Pawlicki tossed a complete game on 92 pitches and had six strikeouts. For Greece Arcadia, Jacob Tsymbel led with a pair of singles, including one which scored a run, and an RBI groundout.

GREECE OLYMPIA/ODYSSEY (2-7) 5
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (3-5) 7
Shane Pray hit a go-ahead single as part of a five-run third inning as Churchville-Chili snapped a two-game skid. After losing an early 1-0 lead in the top of the frame, Brian Benedetto ignited the rally with a leadoff single on the first pitch and advanced to third on Alan Michael LeFrois’s double. Justin Meister drew a walk to load the bases with zero outs for Cooper Romich, who knotted the game at two with a sacrifice fly. This set up Pray’s go-ahead single to score LeFrois for a 3-2 lead. The Saints piled on three more runs in the frame via Meister scoring on an error, an Anthony Shortino RBI single and a Zachary Miner steal of home. LeFrois and Miner led the offense with a pair of base knocks apiece. Both of LeFrois’s hits were doubles. Miner singled twice and scored a run. The junior pitcher whiffed 10 batters in four frames on the mound as well. For Greece Olympia/Odyssey, Derek Laemlein stole home to give the Spartans a 2-1 edge. Tyson Roundtree led the offense with a two-run single, a walk and a run scored. Thomas Rebis and Ty VanEpps both had a hit and an RBI. Rebis drew a pair of walks while VanEpps crossed the plate once.

GATES-CHILI (5-5) 8
FAIRPORT (3-5) 5
Four different players (Zack Conn, Maguire Gentz, Devin Georgetti and Ryan Kilner) collected a pair hits for Gates-Chili. Georgetti earned his third victory of the season in relief.

VICTOR (4-5) 2
HILTON (6-3) 3
Luke Schofield scored on an error in the bottom of the seventh inning to cap off Hilton’s two-run rally for a walk-off victory and its fifth straight win. Trailing 2-1 after giving up the lead in the top of the frame, Preston Prince ignited the rally by reaching on an error and scoring on Carter Clark’s double. Schofield took advantage of the second error of the inning to get on base and swiped second. The junior outfielder advanced to third on Michael Whelehan’s fielder’s choice and hustled home on a catching error – the third error committed in the frame. Jeremiah Scarpulla’s fourth-inning RBI single accounted for the game’s lone score until both teams plated two runs in the seventh. Despite giving up the lead in the final frame, James Capellupo still finished with a complete game on 83 pitches. The sophomore pitcher retired the first six batters he faced and accumulated nine strikeouts. For Victor, Jayden Morrell scored the go-ahead run on a double play with runners at first and third. Benjamin Weingart knotted the game with a single to bring in Matthew Brady.

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (3-4) 2
PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (5-1) 8
Jacob Fekete went 2-of-4 with three RBI and a run scored as Pittsford Sutherland surged to a 4-0 advantage in the opening frame and won its third straight. Fekete hit a pair of singles to collect his three RBI – one in the first inning and the other in the fifth. Ethan Hurwitz smashed a solo homer and legged out an infield single. Nicholas Provenzale and Alexander Renzi both had a hit and an RBI. Keeghan Cummings singled twice and scored a run. On the mound, Provenzale accumulated 12 strikeouts in five hitless innings. The senior southpaw retired the first 10 batters he faced and only allowed a pair of walks. Provenzale struck out the side in the second and third frames as well. For Honeoye Falls-Lima, Carson Joint broke the shutout with an RBI double in the seventh inning. Jamie Greer’s single was the team’s only other hit.

SPENCERPORT (2-6) 5
PENFIELD (8-1) 14
Thomas DiFranco, Nicholas Ianniello and Gage Ziehl all drove in three runs to lead Penfield’s offensive outburst en route to rebounding from its first loss of the season on Friday. DiFranco led the trio with a pair of RBI singles and a run-scoring double. Ianniello and Ziehl followed up with two base knocks apiece. Ziehl hit a two-run shot in the opening frame and a double in the fourth. Ianniello singled twice, including one which scored two runs. Matthew Mady reached on an error and hustled for a two-run infield single. Dominick Porto contributed by reaching base in all four plate appearances via three singles and reaching on an error plus an RBI and three runs scored. For Spencerport, Devin Cannon, Joseph Marcello and Gianni Pellett all collected run-scoring singles as part of a five-run seventh inning.

WEBSTER SCHROEDER (5-2) 8
RUSH-HENRIETTA (4-5) 1
Matthew Sanfillippo hurled a complete game to lead Webster Schroeder to back-to-back victories. The senior right-hander only allowed three hits and two walks and fanned eight batters. Alexander Simons led the offense with three hits, including a pair of doubles, two RBI and two runs scored. Zachary Hosmer went 2-of-4 with an RBI and crossed the plate twice. For Rush-Henrietta, Christopher Sleeper led with a single and and drove in a run.

GANANDA (5-2) 13
NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT/RED CREEK (5-3) 4
Dylan Dohse, Shane Pickering and Patrick Walsh both had RBI hits as part of a six-run second inning in which Gananda broke a 2-all tie and notched its fifth win in six games. After both teams plated a pair of runs in the opening frame, AJ Fioravanti sparked the second inning by drawing a walk and advancing to third on a passed ball and a ground out. Dohse cashed in with the go-ahead single to score Fioravanti. Then Pickering and Walsh applied more damage with an RBI single and a two-run double, respectively. Lucas Ciprich and Pickering both scored on errors for the other two plated runs for the Blue Panthers in the inning. Walsh led by going 2-of-3 with four RBI and two runs scored. Along with his two-run double, Walsh added two sacrifice flies and an infield single. Samuel O’Neil compiled four base knocks and four runs scored in five plate appearances. Pickering went 3-of-4 with two runs scored and one RBI. Dohse finished 2-of-4 and crossed the plate three times. On the mound, Ciprich accumulated 11 strikeouts in six innings of three-hit ball. For North Rose Wolcott/Red Creek, Kaden Milliman and Nolan Sears both had a hit and an RBI.

GENEVA (3-2) 10
MIDLAKES (0-7) 7
For Midlakes, Anthony Cooper led by going 2-of-3 with a walk, an RBI and a run scored. Andrew Schoenfelder had two hits and a walk of his own along with three runs scored. Ryan Spooner went 3-of-4. Cameron Deisering and Mike DeHond both went 1-of-4 with an RBI and crossed the plate once.

MYNDERSE (1-6) 1
NEWARK (6-1) 5
Joshua Scotti compiled 12 strikeouts in a complete game effort to lead Newark to its third straight win. Zach Herd paced the offense with a two-run single in the fifth inning. Preston Berrios and Scotti both had a hit and RBI. Berrios’s hit was a double. Kyle Wood was 1-of-2.

WAYNE (4-3) 0
PALMYRA-MACEDON (7-0) 7
Paul Goodness went 3-of-3 with two runs scored and an RBI as Palmyra-Macedon won its home opener via shutout. Goodness tallied a double among his three hits. David Luke and Rocco Marcellino both were 2-of-3 at the dish. Luke drove in a run and Marcellino crossed the plate once. Chris Finocchario, Ian Goodness and Alex Wootton all contributed a hit, an RBI and a run scored. On the bump, Finocchario compiled 15 strikeouts as part of a complete game shutout. For Wayne, Brady Ruffell led with two hits.

ROMULUS/SOUTH SENECA (1-3) 2
HARLEY-ALLENDALE-COLUMBIA (3-2) 11
Salvatore Timpani accumulated 15 strikeouts in his second complete game of the season for Harley-Allendale-Columbia. Timpani compiled three hits and three RBI at the dish as well. Alex Sassaman launched a three-run homer as part of his two extra-base hits and finished with four runs driven in. Ben Friedberg had two base knocks and crossed the plate four times. Jose Marrero and Chuck Rutberg both contributed with a pair of hits. Rutberg’s hits were the first of his Varsity career in only his fourth contest. Marrero drove in a run. For Romulus/South Seneca, Ira Aman led with two hits, one RBI and a run scored. Simon Appleby, Braeden Cupp and Michael Kaufman all had a hit.

WAYLAND-COHOCTON (3-4) 1
AVON (4-2) 11 (6 INNINGS)
Jacob Jones tallied 16 strikeouts and went the distance to lead Avon to its third straight win. Jack Browne and Holden Volpe both collected a pair of hits and scored two runs. One of Volpe’s hits was a double. Thomas Welch doubled and drove in a run. For Wayland-Cohocton, Brogan Cotter was 1-of-2 with an RBI.

PAVILION (3-2) 2
BATH-HAVERLING (5-2) 8
Anthony Brotz, Jr. and Zachary Musso both recorded three hits, including a double, two stolen bases and three runs scored as Bath-Haverling notched its fourth straight win. Brotz homered, drew a walk and drove in two runs. Musso had three RBI. Gavin Buckley and Ethan Brotz both contributed a pair of base knocks. Buckley plated two runs. Brotz doubled and scored once. On the mound, Brendan Strong had 11 strikeouts in 5 1/3 innings to earn the victory. For Pavilion, Evan Amberger led with a hit, a stolen base and an RBI. Eric Offhaus, Riley Robinson and Kyle Stefan all contributed a base knock. Offhaus and Robinson both drew a walk. Offhaus swiped a bag. Robinson’s base knock was a bunt single and he scored a run.

CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (0-6) 3
LIVONIA (6-1) 6
Alexander Minnehan hit a go-ahead, two-run single in the fourth inning to break a 3-all tie as Livonia rebounded from its first loss of the season on Saturday. Jake Smith added insurance with an RBI single in the fifth. Alex Benitez, Smith and Luke Stewart all had two hits to lead the Bulldogs.

YORK (3-3) 1
HORNELL (6-1) 12 (5 INNINGS)
For York, Clay Harris led with a double and an RBI. Adam Swede went 1-of-2. Greg Jaroszek drew a walk and scored the team’s lone run.

WHITESVILLE (0-3) 3
BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (6-2) 18 (5 INNINGS)
Caden Allen led a trio of Bolivar-Richburg players which drove in multiple runs as the Wolverines exploded for 10 runs in the second inning and cruised to victory. Allen hustled for an inside-the-park, three-run homer, hit a single, reached on an error, drew a walk and finished with four RBI. Darien Champlin and Wayne Karnuth both drove in four runs. Karnuth crossed the plate twice and walked. Wyatt Karnuth had a hit, an RBI, two walks and scored three runs. Trey Buchholz had five strikeouts in 3 1/3 innings. For Whtesville, Troy Cogar led by going 2-of-3.

FILLMORE (3-2) 5
WELLSVILLE (5-1-1) 9
Alex Green drove in a pair of runs and crossed the plate once as Wellsville rallied from a 4-2 deficit to pull away for the win. Dom Sawyer contributed a hit, an RBI and a walk. Cody Costello went 3-of-4 with a double and a pair of runs scored. Liam McKinley collected two hits and a walk and crossed the plate three times. On the mound, Sawyer compiled 10 strikeouts in 4 1/3 innings. For Fillmore, Aiden Wagner was 3-of-3 with two RBI and a walk. Zach Sisson followed up with three base knocks of his own plus a walk and drove in a run. Connor Potter whiffed 10 batters in four frames.

WILLIAMSON (4-2) 3
EAST ROCHESTER (4-4) 4

MARION (1-4) 6
LYONS (0-5) 3

AVOCA/PRATTSBURGH (7-0) 16
BRADFORD/DUNDEE (0-5) 2

WATERLOO (4-4) 5
PENN YAN (3-4) 0

GENESEO (1-5) 4
DANSVILLE (2-4) 5

KESHEQUA (6-0) 9
LE ROY (1-5) 5

ARKPORT-CANASERAGA (3-1-1) 0
ADDISON (3-2) 11

ALFRED-ALMOND (1-4) 2
CAMPBELL-SAVONA (3-1) 4

LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (0-4)
NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN (5-1)

CHARLES G. FINNEY (3-3)
BISHOP KEARNEY/ROCHESTER PREP (0-5)

HINSDALE (0-3)
ANDOVER (0-4)

ARCHBISHOP WALSH (VI)
BELFAST (3-2)

CANISTEO-GREENWOOD (0-3)
HAMMONDSPORT (0-3)

SOFTBALL

SPENCERPORT 1
BRIGHTON 20 (5 INNINGS)
Brighton senior softball stars Ainsley and Cassidy Evanetski are twins, normally that puts opponents at a disadvantage. The sisters allowed three hits and no walks over five innings in a 20-1 win over Spencerport on Monday. READ MORE.

CANISTEO-GREENWOOD 5
HAMMONDSPORT 3
Lillian Mullen hit a bases-clearing triple as part of a four-run seventh inning in which Canisteo-Greenwood rallied from a 3-1 deficit. Ashley Allen, Savannah Ambuski and Brooke Burd all had two hits. On the mound, Mullen went the distance and had eight strikeouts. For Hammondsport, Destiny Hammond went 2-of-4 at the dish.

DANSVILLE 20
GENESEO 4
Sidney Stone led Dansville with two singles, two triples, four runs scored and three RBI. MacKenzie Johnson-Boser and Hannah LaPlant both singled twice and tripled. LaPlant drove in three runs and crossed the plate three times. Boser scored four runs and added two RBI. Maddie Failla collected two singles, four RBI and two runs scored. For Geneseo, Faith Hainsworth launched a three-run homer and hit a single. Ellie Schiener contributed a pair of singles.

IRONDEQUOIT 20
BROCKPORT 2
Freshman Kailey Besio finished 3-for-3 with a double, two walks a stolen base, four runs scored and three RBI to lead the Eagles. Sophomore Kayce Hennekey went 2-for-3 with an RBI.

WEBSTER THOMAS 15
GREECE OLYMPIA/ODYSSEY 1

BISHOP KEARNEY 22
LIMA CHRISTIAN 4

NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN 21
EUGENIO MARIA 1

FAIRPORT 6
VICTOR 7

PENFIELD 16
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 1

CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 2
PENFIELD 9

GANANDA/MARION 7
LYONS 14

RUSH-HENRIETTA 7
HILTON 4

EAST ROCHESTER 1
WILLIAMSON 21

WILLIAMSON 27
EAST ROCHESTER 8

GENEVA 4
MIDLAKES 19

GATES-CHILI 0
WEBSTER SCHROEDER 18

LE ROY 10
KESHEQUA 3

BATH-HAVERLING 8
PAVILION 0

EASTRIDGE 7
PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 24

HORNELL 2
YORK 16

BOLIVAR-RICHBURG 20
WHITESVILLE 0

AVON 1
WAYLAND-COHOCTON 3

WATERLOO 22
PENN YAN 6

PERRY 19
WARSAW 9

LIVONIA
CALEDONIA-MUMFORD

EDISON TECH/WILSON MAGNET
SCHOOL OF THE ARTS

WELLSVILLE
ALLEGANY (VI)

FRIENDSHIP
GENESEE VALLEY

FRANKLIN
EAST

CLYDE-SAVANNAH
RED CREEK

GREECE ATHENA
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA

SCIO
JASPER-TROUPSBURG

BRADFORD/DUNDEE
AVOCA/PRATTSBURGH

WAYNE
PALMYRA-MACEDON

MYNDERSE
NEWARK

ARCHBISHOP WALSH (VI)
BELFAST

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