Luxury Vacation Rentals Monday Wrap: Salina’s walk-off, three-run shot lifts Webster Schroeder; McPherson guides Brighton offense with five RBI

Gates Chili’s Aiden Nolan dives back into first base. Victor’s Ian Meeks covers the bag. (Photo: PAUL GOTHAM)

BASEBALL

CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (5-6) 11
SPENCERPORT (5-8) 1
It was hard for Churchville-Chili baseball coach Guy Puglia or anyone else not to be impressed with Saints junior Connor O’Mealia’s outing Monday. He tossed a two-hitter as the Saints beat Spencerport 11-1. READ MORE.

VICTOR (6-7) 5
GATES-CHILI (6-8) 7
Hitting ninth in lineup, Ryan Kilner finished 3-for-3 and drove in the go-ahead run with a double in the sixth inning as Gates-Chili rallied to defeat Victor, 7-5, in Monroe County Division play, Monday. READ MORE.

LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (0-9) 2
EAST (7-4) 12 (5 INNINGS)
JJ Smith spun a one-hitter and accumulated 12 strikeouts as East High snapped a two-game skid. The junior pitcher collected a pair of base knocks and an RBI at the dish as well. Emille Diaz and Luis Rivera both contributed with two hits and an RBI as well. Diaz crossed the plate twice and Rivera once.

EARLY COLLEGE/EDISON TECH/WILSON MAGNET (1-5) 3
FRANKLIN/NE DOUGLASS/VANGUARD/WORLD OF INQUIRY (6-2) 13 (5 INNINGS)
Rainer Valerio connected on three hits, including a pair of doubles, for three RBI and two runs scored to lead Franklin to its fourth straight win. Nextah Vega went 2-of-3 with three RBI and crossed the plate twice.

MONROE/SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (5-3) 0
AQUINAS (10-2) 18 (5 INNINGS)
CJ Mangone and Joe Randise both finished with three RBI as Aquinas accumulated five runs in the opening frame, seven in the second and six in the fourth to notch its third win in four games. Mangone led with a two-run double, sacrifice fly and a single. Randise followed up with a bases-clearing double to cap off the first inning. Tre Walker contributed with a two-run single and crossed the plate on an error in the second. Channing Owens chipped in with three singles, including one for an RBI, a walk, reaching on an error which plated a pair of runs and scoring three times. Patrick Altpeter, Jake Wiepert and Caleb Wilson all had a hit and an RBI. On the bump, Wilson compiled seven strikeouts in four innings of two-hit ball. For Monroe/School Of The Arts, Jack Dormitez and Dale Janezic accounted for the team’s lone base knocks.

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (5-5) 6
BROCKPORT (6-7) 7
William Cole hit a go-ahead two-run single in the sixth inning as Brockport rallied from a 6-4 deficit to snap a three-game skid. Cooper Hassall ignited the rally with a walk and advanced to third base on Nicholas Johnson’s single. After Edward Guerrero drew a walk to load the bases with two outs, Hassall scored on a catching error. Then Cole cashed in on a 2-2 count. Jacob Cole induced a pair of groundouts and a strikeout for a clean seventh inning and the victory. William Cole’s single was his lone hit of the contest. Johnson led the offense with a pair of singles, including one which scored a run in the second. For Honeoye Falls-Lima, Andrew Childs and Michael Principe scored the tying and go-ahead runs on an error to take a 5-4 lead in the fourth. Brian Reinke led with a double, a single and a run scored. The senior pitcher accumulated nine strikeouts in four frames of three-hit ball as well.

WEBSTER THOMAS (9-3) 1
PENFIELD (12-2) 2
Nicholas Ianniello hit a walk-off single to lift Penfield to its fifth win in six games. Andrew Olson ignited the rally by reaching on a fielding error and advancing to second base on a bunt. After Gage Ziehl drew a walk, Ianniello connected on a 2-0 pitch to left field to score Olson. Although his game-winner was his lone base knock of the game, Ianniello put himself in position with his pitching. The senior pitcher hurled a one-hit complete game on 96 pitches and only needed five strikeouts. After surrendering three consecutive baserunners in the third inning, Ianniello retired six straight batters and the last seven hitters he faced. Ziehl accounted for the Patriots’ other run with a sacrifice fly in the opening frame. Peyton Pace contributed with three singles. For Webster Thomas, Greyson McDonnell’s double was the team’s lone base knock. Mitchell Kelly scored on a fielding error. Paul Sofinski pitched six innings of one-run ball and had five strikeouts.

PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (8-2) 5
BATAVIA (2-7) 2
Alexander Renzi hit a go-ahead two-run single in the fourth inning as Pittsford Sutherland rebounded from an early deficit to win its third straight. Knotted at two going into the frame, Nicholas Provenzale ignited the rally by reaching on a fielder’s choice. Scott Thyroff drew a walk and Maxwell Vorrasi was hit by pitch to load the bases with one out. Renzi cashed in on the first pitch by hitting a ground ball to right field. Ethan Hurwitz added insurance with a fifth-inning RBI single. Renzi’s single was his lone hit. Jacob Fekete led the overall offense with a run-scoring triple in the opening frame, a game-tying infield single in the third and another infield hit in the fifth. Keeghan Cummings and Provenzale both swatted a pair of base knocks. Cummings doubled, singled and scored two runs. Provenzale singled twice and crossed the place once. Jackson Newlands hurled a complete game on 99 pitches and compiled seven strikeouts. For Batavia, Jesse Reinhart and Luke Rogers exchanged run-scoring singles in the first inning to take an early 2-1 lead.

GREECE ARCADIA (2-10) 0
IRONDEQUOIT (9-3) 6
Connor Springer whirled a complete game shutout on 80 pitches to lead Irondequoit to its second straight win. After allowing a two-out single in the opening frame, the junior pitcher retired seven consecutive hitters. Springer had seven strikeouts as well. Joseph Wintermute led the offense with an RBI triple, two singles and a run scored. Brody Froman and Paul Tuttle both had a hit and an RBI. Froman crossed the plate once as well. Jaleel Davis contributed with a pair of singles and two runs scored. For Greece Arcadia, Joseph Kleeh, Tyler Reichert, Jacob Tsymbal and Dominic Zona all accounted for the team’s lone base knocks.

PITTSFORD MENDON (6-4) 2
CANANDAIGUA (6-6) 1
Tyler Procious hit a go-ahead single in the sixth inning to lift Pittsford Mendon as the Vikings rebounded from an early deficit to win. Brendan Kane got things started by reaching on an error with two outs, stealing second and advancing to third on a catching miscue. Procious cashed in on a 1-1 count to score Kane. Procious’s single was his lone hit of the match. Samuel Gines singled, drew a walk and scored on a bases-loaded walk to knot the game in the fourth. On the mound, Daniel Mariani pitched six innings of three-hit ball and whiffed eight batters. After giving up a run-scoring double in the opening frame, the junior pitcher retired eight consecutive hitters and the last eight batters he faced.

GREECE OLYMPIA/ODYSSEY (2-10) 4
BRIGHTON (2-9) 15
Troy McPherson accumulated five RBI in three at-bats as Brighton responded from an early 1-0 deficit with 12 unanswered runs to snap a seven-game skid. McPherson hit a two-run double in the second inning, a two-run single in the third and an RBI groundout in the fourth. The sophomore pitcher accrued 10 strikeouts in four frames as well. Jackson Heider and Theodore Knapp both drove in two runs. Heider tripled, singled and walked. Knapp singled and was hit by a pitch. Ellis Einbinder and Matthew Howe both had two hits and an RBI. Howe added a walk and three runs scored. Einbinder crossed the plate twice. Benjamin Rosenbaum chipped in a base knock and plated a run. For Greece Olympia/Odyssey, Christopher Coriano and Thomas Rebis both led with a hit and an RBI.

EASTRIDGE (2-13) 3
GREECE ATHENA (10-1) 6
Dylan Bliss and Jaden Madrid both drove in a pair of runs as Greece Athena bounced back from a 1-0 deficit with six unanswered runs in the second and third innings to win its fourth straight. Bliss hit a pair of RBI singles and scored two runs. Madrid connected on a two-run single in the second. Zachary Harnischfeger drew a walk and legged out a run-scoring double. Connor Osier had five strikeouts in four innings on the mound. For Eastridge, Brennen Russo led with an RBI single and a double. Keenan Calenzo whiffed six batters in a complete game effort.

HILTON (8-5) 4
WEBSTER SCHROEDER (8-2) 6
Michael Salina launched a pinch-hit, walk-off, three-run homer to lift Webster Schroeder to its fifth consecutive victory. After Hilton retook the lead in the sixth inning, Braden Pumputis started the comeback with a one-out single and advanced to second base on Lukas Kelly’s walk. Salina attacked the first pitch he saw for the game-winning blast. Tyler Stack led the offense with an RBI single and a double. On the mound, Matthew Sanfilippo fanned seven batters in five frames. For Hilton, Jeremiah Scarpulla and Michael Whelehan both had a hit and an RBI. James Capellupo whiffed eight hitters in 5 2/3 innings.

RUSH-HENRIETTA (6-7) 7
FAIRPORT (7-6) 15
Zach Merlo capped a five-run third inning with a double that scored two, and Fairport won its fourth in the past five games. Merlo, the fifth Fairport batter to reach with two outs in the inning, plated Cameron Kingsley and DJ Stoianovich. Dylan Norton jump started the inning with a one-out single. Julien Mendoza and Nick Provenzano worked back-to-back two-out walks. Norton scored on a balk, and Mendoza came home when Kingsley reached on a error. Stoianovich singled to bring in a run, and Merlo followed with his third double of the season. Matt Terzo struck out eight and allowed five runs (one earned) on two hits and four walks over five innings to pick up the win. Norton finished 3-for-4 with two RBI and three runs scored. Meondoza collected a hit, a walk, two RBI and three runs scored. Kingsley went 2-for-4 with a double, four RBI and two runs scored. Stoianovich was 2-for-3 with two runs scored. Merlo was 2-for-4. Rush-Henrietta’s Chris Sleeper connected on a two-run home run and finished 1-for-3 with a walk and five RBI. Connor Nguyen added a solo shot for the Royal Comets. Joe Grzeskowiak singled, walked and scored a run.

NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN (9-2) 14
CHARLES G. FINNEY (6-4) 2
Gage Wheaton whiffed 11 batters in four innings to lead Northstar Christian. Steve Merkel and Da’Vonn Stephens both went 3-of-4 at the dish for the offense.

HORNELL (7-1) 18
DANSVILLE (3-6) 3
For Dansville, Ryan Carnevale led with a hit, an RBI and two runs scored. Caleb Rigdon followed up with a base knock and a run driven in. Cam Cartwright and Shane Crandall both chipped in a hit. Crandall scored a run as well.

GANANDA (10-2) 11
MARION (2-7) 4
Patrick Walsh led a trio of players who drove in multiple runs with three RBI as Gananda scored five runs in the seventh inning to pull away for its sixth straight win. The senior infielder hit a pair of doubles and singles, drew a walk and crossed the plate once. Both of Walsh’s doubles plated a run as well as one of his singles. Dylan Dohse and Andrew Gleason both had two RBI and one base knock in four at-bats. Dohse singled and Gleason hustled for an inside-the-park home run. Dohse drew a walk and crossed the plate three times and Gleason scored once. Shane Pickering hit a pair of singles and reached on an error which scored the first run of the game. Lucas Ciprich contributed with a two-run double in the seventh inning. The junior pitcher whiffed eight batters in five frames on the mound as well. For Marion, Michael Savage and Alexander Russell both led with a pair of hits and an RBI. Gabriel Gruttadaurio and Ryan O’Leary both followed up with a base knock and a run driven in of their own. Ash Vandergrift fanned eight batters in five innings.

NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT/RED CREEK (6-4) 10
SODUS (7-3) 11 (8 INNINGS)
Zack Marlow went 3-of-4 with a pair of RBI as Sodus won in extra innings. Logan Bulman hit a bases-clearing double. Donovan Fillmore and Trent Orrange Paton both went 2-of-4 at the dish.

MARCUS WHITMAN (0-9) 2
HONEOYE (8-4) 12 (5 INNINGS)
William Covey and Charles Farrell both drove in a trio of runs to lead Honeoye to its fourth win in five games. Evan Cuba followed up with a pair of RBI. Logan Thomas earned the victory on the mound. For Marcus Whitman, Noah Hildreth led with two base knocks.

CAMPBELL-SAVONA (5-2-1) 0
AVOCA/PRATTSBURGH (9-1) 3
Caleb Clements accumulated 13 strikeouts and only allowed one hit as Avoca/Prattsburgh rebounded from its first loss of the season last Thursday. Ashton McMahon led the offense with an RBI double and a single. Jamel Crowder added a run-scoring single of his own. Evan Campbell and Tucker Gerych both had a hit and a run scored.

WAYNE (6-4) 5
GENEVA (6-3) 4
Ronald Cassano scored the go-ahead run on a wild pitch in the seventh inning as Wayne rallied from a 4-0 deficit to win its second straight. Knotted at four, Cassano hustled on base via a dropped third strike, swiped second base and advanced to third on a catching error. Then, on the second pitch of Alex Tomaselli’s plate appearance, Cassano scored on a wild pitch. Joshua Armstrong led the offense with a pair of infield singles, including one which plated a run. Tyler Brown and Tomaselli exchanged RBI singles as part of a four-run sixth.

BLOOMFIELD (5-3) 22
HARLEY-ALLENDALE-COLUMBIA (5-3) 6
Declan Smith led Bloomfield with four hits and three RBI. Cal Rogers compiled 11 strikeouts in 5 2/3 frames. Johnathan Day contributed three base knocks. Aiden Rogers, Tyler Rogers, Eric Sandle and Aaron Walsh all had two hits. Vinny Dickinson collected a hit and a run scored. For Harley-Allendale-Columbia, Ben Friedberg led with four base knocks. Salvatore Timpani followed up with two hits and three RBI.

BYRON-BERGEN (1-8) 8
ELBA (3-6) 15
Austin Hunt led a quartet of players who drove in multiple runs with three RBI as Elba compiled five runs in both the second and fourth innings to win its second straight. The senior infielder hit a pair of run-scoring doubles, including one which plated two, a single and added two walks and two runs scored. Jaykob Belluscio and Caleb Scouten both connected on three base knocks and plated two runs. All of Belluscio’s hits were singles. Scouten hit a two-run double and a pair of singles. Travis Kauffman contributed with a two singles, including one to plate two runs, and was hit by a pitch. Andrew Hare legged out a run-scoring triple, reached on two errors and was hit by a pitch. The senior pitcher had seven strikeouts in four innings on the mound as well. For Byron-Bergen, Nicholas Baubie led with a bases-clearing triple and an RBI single and reached on an error which scored a run. Gianni Ferrara had five strikeouts in 2 1/3 innings.

WELLSVILLE (6-2) 8
BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (6-4) 6 (9 INNINGS)
Cody Costello and Liam McKinley both had run-scoring hits to lead Wellsville to an extra-innings victory. Jeremiah Havens ignited the rally with a one-out single, advanced to second base on a passed ball and ran to third on a groundout. McKinley applied the dagger with the go-ahead single and swiped second base during Costello’s at-bat. Costello added insurance with an inside-the-park, two-run homer. Brayden Delahunt led the offense with a bases-clearing double and a single. Logan Dunbar and McKinley both finished with two hits and an RBI. McKinley scored two runs and Dunbar one. For Bolivar-Richburg, Caden Allen, Logan Bess, Trey Buchholz and Landon Danaher all led with a pair of base knocks and a run driven in.

NAPLES (4-6) 6
RED JACKET (10-1) 16

JASPER-TROUPSBURG (2-5) 0
ADDISON (6-2) 10

CUBA-RUSHFORD (5-3) 16
BELFAST (4-3) 4

CLYDE-SAVANNAH (1-10) 1
WILLIAMSON (5-2) 18

FILLMORE (5-3) 3
FRIENDSHIP/SCIO (4-2) 6

CANISTEO-GREENWOOD (3-4-1) 7
KESHEQUA (9-0) 9

LYNDONVILLE (7-2) 1
OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (8-2) 11

NOTRE DAME BATAVIA (7-3)
ALEXANDER (5-4)

ATTICA (5-3)
PEMBROKE (0-8)

ROMULUS/SOUTH SENECA (2-4)
BRADFORD/DUNDEE (1-7)

WAYLAND-COHOCTON (5-4)
LETCHWORTH (1-6)

ANDOVER (2-5)
ALFRED-ALMOND (2-5)

SOFTBALL

CALEDONIA-MUMFORD 12
BLOOMFIELD 5
Avery DeMarco led Caledonia-Mumford with four hits, including two triples, and a pair of RBI. Monty Kessler drove in a pair of runs as well and added three base knocks. Maddy DeVore and Taylor Mills both had two hits. On the mound, DeVore accumulated 12 strikeouts and limited the opposition to a pair of base knocks.

BLOOMFIELD 2
CALEDONIA-MUMFORD 17
Maddy DeVore went 3-of-3 with a pair of triples and two RBI for Caledonia-Mumford. DeVore pitched in this game as well and had four strikeouts and only allowed two hits. Monty Kessler followed up with a trio of base knocks and drove in three runs. Haley Sherwood went 2-of-3 with two RBI. Avery DeMarco legged out a two-run triple.

MARCUS WHITMAN 1
HONEOYE 25

OAKFIELD-ALABAMA 3
LYNDONVILLE 13

RED JACKET 9
NAPLES 0

ATTICA 8
KENDALL 5

RED CREEK 1
LYONS 16

EASTRIDGE 10
BATAVIA 11

PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND 10
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 3

RUSH-HENRIETTA 2
WEBSTER SCHROEDER 13

FRIENDSHIP 10
FILLMORE 2

WILLIAMSON 13
PALMYRA-MACEDON 5

OUR LADY OF MERCY 8
IRONDEQUOIT 23

VICTOR 16
HILTON 1

HILTON 0
VICTOR 19

LETCHWORTH 2
WAYLAND-COHOCTON 7

BYRON-BERGEN 8
ELBA 1

WHEATLAND-CHILI 1
PEMBROKE 21

NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN 14
MONROE 1

WEBSTER THOMAS 4
BRIGHTON 18

PITTSFORD MENDON 7
BROCKPORT 0

GREECE ARCADIA 4
CANANDAIGUA 9

ANDOVER 5
ALFRED-ALMOND 20

CANISTEO-GREENWOOD 0
KESHEQUA 14

CAMPBELL-SAVONA 6
AVOCA/PRATTSBURG 3

BRADFORD/DUNDEE 7
SOUTH SENECA 2

ALEXANDER 8
NOTRE DAME BATAVIA 9

BATH-HAVERLING 0
LE ROY 13

PENFIELD 7
SPENCERPORT 5

FAIRPORT 18
GATES-CHILI 2

GENESEE VALLEY 12
WHITESVILLE 11

GREECE OLYMPIA/ODYSSEY 6
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI 12

BOLIVAR-RICHBURG 4
WELLSVILLE 9

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