Luxury Vacation Rentals Friday Wrap: HF-L’s Hoyt win 100th career game: SOTA outlasts East

Canandaigua’s Sam Boock slides into second base while Eastridge’s Brennan Russo covers the bag. (Photo provided)

PITTSFORD MENDON (5-4) 3
HONEOYE FALLS LIMA (5-4) 4
Brian Reinke went 3-for-4 at the plate, with two runs scored and one RBI as Honeoye Falls Lima won its fifth game in the last six. The Cougars overcame an early deficit of being down two runs in the fifth inning after Carson Joint singled on a ground ball that brought in Reinke for the score. The run gave HF-L their first lead of the night. Mendon answered back in the top of the sixth with a run scored by Cameron Blauvelt to tie the game. The final run would be scored by the Cougars in the bottom of the sixth when Reinke singled and drove in Griffin Mayo for the score to give HF-L the lead for good. Joint pitched seven innings and finished with six strikeouts. HF-L complied 11 hits as a team. Mendon was led by Jae Tomanovich who went 2-for-3 at the plate. The win was HF-L head coach Dan Hoyt’s 100th of his career.

FAIRPORT (5-6) 4
SPENCERPORT (3-7) 9
Four players connected on consecutive base hits as the first six Rangers reached base in a decisive fifth inning. Gianni Pellett led the rally with a single. Frank Grad followed with a hit, and Devin Cannon drove in the first run of the frame. Christopher Hammerle added an RBI single before Shaun Cannon and Sam Guelli worked back-to-back bases loaded walks to give Spencerport a lead it did not surrender. Joe Marcello brought in another run when he reached on an error, and Pellett capped the scoring with a bases-loaded free pass of his own. Pellett struck out three and allowed four runs on eight hits over five innings to pick up the win. Louis Bivone hurled two scoreless innings in relief for the save. Pellett finished 2-for-3 at the plate with a walk. Devin Cannon was 3-for-4 withtwo runs scored and an RBI. Shaun Cannon had two hits and walked once while scoring three runs. Hammerle was 2-for-4. Simoncelli went 2-for-3. Fairport’s Julien Mendoza went 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored. Connor Sackett doubled and drove in a run. Nick Provenzano also had a double.

BROCKPORT (5-6) 8
PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (7-2) 10
With the game tied at five in the bottom  of the sixth inning, Keeghan Cummings singled on a line drive that brought in a Seth Trojian score to give Pittsford Sutherland the lead over Brockport. The inning also saw runs from Cummings, Jake Fekete, Tyler Mullin and Nick Provezale which all contributed to the Knights building a five-run lead heading into the final inning. Cummings finished the game going 3-of-4, two runs scored and one RBI. On the mound, Will Klenk had five strikeouts in four innings and Trojian added three strikeout in as many innings. As a team Sutherland racked up 15 hits on the day. Renzi was a perfect 3-of-3 at the plate and Provenzale finished 2-of-4 with two runs scored. Brockport attempted a late rally in the seventh with scored runs from Nick Johnson, Devyn Scheidt and Cooper Hassell but it was not enough to complete the comeback. They were led by Patrick Kiesow who ended the day 2-of-4 and two RBI.

CANANDAIGUA (4-5) 7
EASTRIDGE (2-11) 5
In his first at bat, AJ DeBalso doubled on a line drive that drove in Jack Cirranni and Braden Pawlicki. While on third base, DeBalso was able to score after a wild pitch to give Canandaigua an early three run lead over Eastridge to close the top of the first. DeBalso found home plate one again in the third inning after Joey Bagnanno singled to bring in the junior. DeBalso ended his night 2-of-3, two runs scored, and two RBI. The third inning also saw runs scored from Bagnanno and Carlos Fantauzzi after a ground ball from Kenyon Mahoney. At the top of the fourth Fantauzzi connected on a homer that contributed to seven straight unanswered runs from the Braves heading into the bottom of the fifth. Mahoney stepped away from the mound with six strikeouts over six innings. The Braves had eights hit as a collective and received Contribution from Fantauzzi who went 2-of-3, two runs scored and one RBI. Eastridge rallied back after R Greenhagen scored after a wild pitch and Noah Bowens hit a single that drove in Tom Bareham to put the Lancers on the board. Next at bat was Evan Brown and he was able to double and bring in Keenan Calenzo and Bowens. The surge was not enough as Eastridge was only able to produce one more run to end the game. Eastridge ended the game with eight team hits and were led by Calenzo who went 2-of-3 and two runs scored.

GATES-CHILI (5-6) 0
PENFIELD (11-1) 1
Peyton Pace struck out 11 and walked one in a complete game effort. The senior walked one and allowed four hits. Pace tripled in the first inning and scored on a Gage Ziehl RBI single. Andrew Olson and Nate Sobko also doubled for Penfield. Gates-Chili’s Devin Georgetti struck out 10 over six innings of work.

GREECE ARCADIA (1-8) 5
BATAVIA (2-6) 3

VICTOR (5-6) 23
GREECE OLYMPIA/ODYSSEY (2-8) 6
Max Friedlander struck out five and allowed five hits over five innings of work to pick up the win. Jack Gallagher and Chris Caverly both threw an inning of relief. Ben Weingart finished 3-for-3 with two RBI. Andrew Haugh was 3-for-4 with a triple, double and two RBI. Danny Melendez was 2-for-5 with a grand slam. Aidan Schlarbaum, Mason Haarr and Ian Meeks had two hits apiece. Olympia/Odyssey’s Thomas Rebis went 3-for-4 with two home runs and five RBI.

GREECE ATHENA (8-1) 4
IRONDEQUOIT (7-3) 1
Unlike earlier in the week, the Greece Athena baseball team didn’t need a walk-off to win on Friday. The Trojans scored twice in the top of the first, and starting pitcher Vic Alongi made sure that was enough. Alongi allowed one run on six hits in a complete-game effort as Athena defeated Irondequoit, 4-1. He left runners on base in the first, third and fourth innings but was at his best in the latter stages of the game. With temperatures hovering in the low to mid-80s (the warmest day yet of the season), Alongi retired nine of the final 10 batters he faced. READ MORE.

RUSH-HENRIETTA (5-5) 21
BRIGHTON (4-6) 7
Joe Grzeskowiak, Tobey Wright and Chris Sleeper combined for nine hits to pace a 20-hit attack. The top three in the R-H lineup totaled 10 runs and nine RBI as the Royal Comets stopped a two-game skid. Sleeper went 3-for-5 with two doubles, three RBI and three runs scored. Grzeskowiak was 3-for-5 with a double and four runs scored. Wright went 3-for-5 with a triple, three RBI and three runs scored. Evan Brock doubled, had two hits, two RBI and three runs. Connor Nguyen homered and scored twice. Seamus Devlin collected two hits, two walks and four runs scored. Caleb Koehler, Dylan Hodgeman and Donovan Groth each had a double. Wright started and allowed two runs on three hits over three innings. Groth allowed five runs (two earned) on six hits over four innings of work. Ben Comeau led Brighton with three hits, an RBI and a run scored. AJ Marcella doubled and had two hits. Matthew Howe was 3-for-3 with a triple, two RBI and two runs scored.

HILTON (7-3) 15
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (3-6) 7
It started in the second when Luke Schofield led off with a ground rule double into the right field corner. Whelehan’s son, Michael, followed with a double to center for the first run. Whelehan got caught between second and third but the pickoff attempt was thrown away and Whelehan scored for a 2-0 lead. READ MORE.

WEBSTER THOMAS (8-1) 2
WEBSTER SCHROEDER (7-2) 6
Junior right-hander Mike Salina struck out seven and walked eight over five and a third no-hit innings as Webster Schroeder won its third straight game. Tyler Stack and Matt Salina connected on an RBI double apiece in a four-run fourth inning. Ryan Scheck drove in a run with a single. Mitchell Kelly tripled and scored a run for Thomas.

FRANKLIN/VANGUARD/WOIS/DOUGLASS (5-5) 12
LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (0-7) 2
Angel Morales led Franklin going 3-for-4 with four RBI and four runs scored. Melqui Montalvo was 3-for-4 with two runs scored.

EAST (6-2) 12
SOTA/MONROE/SWW (5-4) 13
School of the Arts survived a furious top of the seventh, game-tying five-run rally by East High to prevail on a walk off hit by Steven Lepki. Abel Austin scored the winning run. Austin guided SOTA through five innings on the mound, striking out eight and allowing six hits. Joaquin Diaz again led the offense with three hits and four runs scored.  Also contributing at the plate were Austin (3 hits 2 RBI),  Justin Rodriguez (2 hits 3 RBI), Jack Dormitzer (2 doubles, 4 RBI), Zeke Randolf (triple, 2 RBI) and Dale Janezic (2 hits).  Diaz earned the save, coming in to relieve Lepki in the turbulent top of the seventh, shutting down East’s offense.  East’s Pedro Garcia  struck out seven over five innings. Victor Arroyo led East’s offense with three hits and three RBIs. Also adding at the plate were Jeremy English (2 hits) and Tomas Hernandez (double).

AQUINAS (8-1) 13
EDISON/WILSON/EARLY COLLEGE (1-8) 0
Tyler Szalkowski and Shane Weasner combined for five hits, eight RBI and three runs scored to lead Aquinas to back-to-back wins. Szalkowski finished 3-for-4 with a double, four RBI and two runs scored. Weasner tripled and drove in four while scoring a run. Max Calleri started and struck out 10 over five innings. Jake Wiepert struck out the side in his only inning of work. CJ Mangone was 1-for-2 with two walks, an RBI and three runs scored. Channing Owens had a hit and three runs scored. Stephen Bell doubled twice and scored twice. Tre’ Walker was 1-for-4 with a walk, an RBI and a run scored. Wilson’s Jose Alverez, Omar Cuz and Mac LaMora had a hit apiece.

PALMRYA-MACEDON (9-0) 11
PENN YAN ACADEMY (3-5) 4
Paul Goodness finished 3-for-5 with a double, an RBI and two runs scored to lead Pal-Mac. Alex Wootton drove in four runs. Dan Hooper was 2-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI. Noah Brooks, Christian Morrison, Dave Luke and Rocco Marcellino had a hit apiece. Morrison struck out three and allowed one run on one hit over 4.1 innings to pick up the win. Ian Goodness struck out five over two innings in relief. Penn Yan’s Clark Simmons went 1-3 with two RBI.

DUNDEE/BRADFORD (1-8) 4
SOUTH SENECA/ROMULUS (2-4) 6

MIDLAKES (1-8) 1
NEWARK( 7-1) 11

EAST ROCHESTER (6-4) 16
SODUS (5-3) 7

YORK (4-4) 10
LETCHWORTH (1-5) 0
Clay Harris struck out 10 and allowed two hits without a walk to pick up the win in the five-inning affair. Greg Jaroszek, Jr. finished 3-for-4 with two runs scored. Jake Van Wyk was 3-for-3 with two runs scored. Timothy Maddox had a hit, a sacrifice fly and three RBI.

KESHEQUA (6-0)
PERRY (0-5)

GENESEO (1-6) 8
AVON (5-2) 9
Down three in the bottom of the seventh, Xavi Rivera led off with a homer, followed later by Thomas Welch’s RBI triple and Holden Volpe’s sacrifice fly to tie it.  Evan Masten singled and came home on Jack Browne’s RBI single with two outs.  Masten came on in the fourth to finish the game and earn the win.  He struck out seven and gave up two hits.  He also went 2-for-2 with a triple, an RBI and scored two runs. Welch went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBI.  Browne went 3-for-4 with a double.

LE ROY (2-6) 7
DANSVILLE (3-5) 9
Shane Crandall finished 3-for-4 with a three-run home run and four RBI along with picking up the win on the mound. Reid Martin registered a save as well as collecting a hit, three walks and three runs scored. Billy Delaney went 1-for-3 with two RBI. Ryan Carnevale was 2-for-3 with two runs scored and two RBI. Le Roy’s tripled. Maverick McKenzie drove in a run with a hit.

WATERLOO (4-6) 5
MYNDERSE ACADEMY (3-6) 6

GANANDA (7-2) 18
CLYDE-SAVVANAH (1-9) 5

HONEOYE (6-3) 16
MARCUS WHITMAN (0-7) 8
Honeoye trailed 5-0 after three. Evan Cuba pitched five solid innings to get the win. Charlie Farrell finished 3-for-5 with three RBI for Honeoye. Logan Thomas and Tommy Reuter added two RBI apiece. Marcus Whitman’s Noah Hildreth went 2-for-3 with three RBI.

OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (7-2) 13
ATTICA (5-2) 1

NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT/RED CREEK (5-3)
WIILIAMSON (4-2)

PAVILLION (5-3) 10
WARSAW (4-2) 11
Ty Joy finished 2-for-4 with a double, stolen base,two runs scored and five RBI to lead Warsaw. Eddie Stores went 2-for-3 with a triple, a walk, two runs scored and two RBI. Justin Baker was 2-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored. Connor Purdy was 2-for-3 with two runs scored. Lucas Cornell hurled 4.1 innings to pick up the win. Patrick Klump earned the save. Cole Tillotson led Pavilion going 3-for-5 with three RBI. Ethan Tillotson was 3-for-5 with two runs scored and two RBI. 

AKPORT-CANASERAGA (3-1-1)
ALFRED ALMOND (2-4)

CAMPBELL-SAVONA (5-1) 17
JASPER-TROUPSBURGH (2-4) 0

BELFAST (4-3) 25
ANDOVER (2-5) 9

BOLIVAR RICHBURG (6-3) 9
FILLMORE (4-2) 10
Bob Sobikowski’s walk-off single in the eighth capped a late-inning. Mitchell Ward’s two-run double highlighted a three-run Fillmore seventh inning. Ward finished 2-for-4 with two doubles, four RBI and two runs scored. Zach Sisson homered for Fillmore. Ward allowed one run on three hits over five innings of relief to pick up the win. B-R’s Camdyn MacDonell  was 3-for-5 with two RBI.

SOFTBALL

VICTOR 14
RUSH-HENRIETTA 1

CANANDAIGUA 1
IRONDEQUOIT 8

BROCKPORT 4
GREECE ARCADIA 10
Rachel Skibinski struck out four in picking up the win. Carly Cegielski was 2-for-3 with two RBI. Nicole Anselm added two RBI.

BATAVIA 20
GREECE ATHENA 0

HILTON 13
GATES-CHILI 19

PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 2
PITTSFORD MENDON 4

WEBSTER SCHROEDER 10
FAIRPORT 5

BRIGHTON 23
PENFIELD 0

FRANKLIN 7
MONROE 15

SOUTH SENECA 1
BLOOMFIELD 11

MIDLAKES 2
NEWARK 18

HORNELL 0
BATH-HAVERLING 15

DANSVILLE 4
LEROY 13

LETCHWORTH 11
YORK 17

PERRY 2
KESHEQUA 12

WARSAW 10
PAVILION 11

NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT 0
WILLIAMSON 12

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