Luxury Vacation Rentals Tuesday Wrap: Saucke blasts three home runs; Henshaw hurls complete game shutout

McQuaid’s Tanner DeGrazia dives safely back into first under the tag of Penfield’s Gage Ziehl. (Photo: DENNIS JOYCE)

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MCQUAID (15-4) 1
PENFIELD (16-2) 5
For the second time in as many meetings, Penfield’s Patriots used a late-inning rally to defeat McQuaid. Nick Marcin’s squad sent nine batters to the plate in a five-run fifth inning and went on to win its fifth straight game. READ MORE.

SPENCERPORT (5-12) 0
VICTOR (7-9) 14
Danny Melendez paced Victor offensively with a three-hit game. Melendez had two doubles and two RBI. Will Tehan, Ben Weingart, and Aidan Schlarbaum all finished the game 2-for-2 for Victor. Christian Brown earned the win on the mound for the Blue Devils in his three shutout innings featuring two strikeouts. Chris Caverly and Jack Gallagher both kept the shutout in their relief outings.

GREECE ATHENA (13-2) 11
GREECE ARCADIA (2-12) 4
Senior Casey Saucke II blasted three home runs, and Greece Athena won for the eighth time in nine games. Saucke ended the game 3-for-4 with four RBI, four runs scored, and a walk. The shortstop hit solo home runs in the first and third innings and a two-run shot in the fourth. Vic Alongi added three hits of his own in five at-bats and scored a run. Aleks Englert hurled three and two-thirds in relief. Englert allowed three hits and no runs while striking out five. Leading 6-4 heading into the seventh, the Trojans put the game out of reach with a five-spot behind three hits and a couple of bunts. Evan Smith added two hits and an RBI, and Riley Catena, Matt Tallini, and Dylan Bliss all added an RBI. Tyler Reichert paced Greece Arcadia with a 2-for-4 game and an RBI. Jake Tsymbal added an RBI and two runs scored, and Aidan Candelaria had two hits of his own.

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EAST (8-5) 15
EDISON/WILSON/EARLY COLLEGE (3-11) 4
JJ Smith paced East to its eighth victory of the season with a team-high two RBI. JJ Smith finished the game 2-for-3 alongside three runs scored and three stolen bases. Quentin Gordon-Smith drove a run in, drew two walks, stole two bases, and scored two runs. Victor Arroyo added two hits in three at-bats to go along with two runs scored and an RBI. Tomas Hernandez and Pedro Gracia both drove in a run. No. 4 Edison will play No. 5 Leadership June 2nd in the RCAC tournament. No. 1 East will play the winner.

IRONDEQUOIT (13-3) 9
PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (11-3) 5
Irondequoit jumped out with five runs in the top of the first and never looked back to win its sixth straight game. With the bases-loaded and one out, Brian Tisa drove a ball to right field for a bases-clearing triple. Tisa came into score on a Connor Springer single, and the inning was capped off by Springer scoring on a Paul Tuttle single. The Eagles added three runs in the fourth on a wild pitch, a Brody Froman single, and an error. Froman finished the game 3-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored. Tisa ended 2-for-3 with two RBI and a run scored, and Tuttle collected two hits alongside one RBI and a run scored. Joey Wintermute hurled six and two-thirds innings for the Eagles. Wintermute earned the win while allowing five runs (two earned) on nine hits and striking out nine. For Pittsford Sutherland, Jake Fekete and Tyler Mullin both went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored. Keeghan Cummings added two hits and a run scored.

CANANDAIGUA (7-9) 0
BROCKPORT (9-8) 3
Tyler Henshaw pitched a complete game shutout to move Brockport a game above .500. Henshaw struck out 10 and walked none on an efficient 86 pitches. The senior allowed just four hits. Ryan Judd led the second inning with a double and came around to score the first run of the game on a Ed Guerrero III groundout. The Blue Devils added a run in the fifth on a Cooper Hassall sacrifice fly that plated Cody Huss. Brockport scored its final run of the game in the sixth when Judd reached home on a wild pitch. Patrick Kiesow went 2-for-3 and Nick Johnson had a hit. For Canandaigua, Jack Ciranni, Joey Bognanno, Carlos Fantauzzi, and Chris Moroz all had hits.

RUSH-HENRIETTA (7-11) 2
WEBSTER THOMAS (12-4) 9
Leading 4-2 in the fourth, Garett Wilson broke open the game with bases loaded two-run single and Thomas went on to win its third straight. Colby Wilson followed with an RBI groundout, and Nick Wood doubled home another run to make it 8-2. Wood finished with three hits in the game. Colby Wilson and Max Heil had two hits apiece. Garett Wilson walked twice and scored three runs. Ian McNabb had an RBI single. Nate Hill had one hit. Nate Zicari struck out two and scattered five hits to pick up his first varsity win.  Brian McLean allowed one hit over three scoreless innings of relief with three strike outs. Evan Brock led Rush-Henrietta with two doubles.

BRIGHTON (3-10) 2
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (7-7) 3

GREECE ARCADIA (2-13) 3
AQUINAS (12-4) 20

BATAVIA (2-10) 2
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (7-6) 3

MIDLAKES (0-12) 1
WAYNE (9-5) 4
Wayne picked up its fifth win in six games behind a strong outing from Noah Schoenberger. Schoenberger hurled a complete game allowing one run over six hits and one walk. The senior struck out nine. Wayne scored three in the sixth inning on a Alex Tomaselli single, an error, and a wild pitch. The Eagles scored one in the first inning on an error after a Josh Armstrong triple. Tomaselli finished the game 1-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored, Ronnie Cassano added two hits and a run scored, and Tyler Brown collected a hit.

WATERLOO (6-8) 1
PALMYA-MACEDON (11-2) 11
Alex Wootton led the Palmyra-Macedon offensive attack with a game-high four RBI. Wootton tallied one double in the game to go along with two runs scored. David Luke earned the win on the mound in his six innings of work. Luke allowed one run on three hits and one walk while striking out three. Ian Goodness went 3-for-3 with three RBI, Noah Brooks was 2-for-4 with three runs scored and an RBI, Paul Goodness went 3-for-4 including a double with three runs scored and two RBI, and Dan Hooper totaled two hits. For Waterloo, Dominic Fratto drove in the lone run of the game. Nick Smith and D. Mulvey-Salerno went 1-for-2 with a run scored.

SODUS (8-4) 5
WILLIAMSON (5-5) 4
Jed Bodine led Sodus to a win with two RBI. Bodine drove in two runs during a a three-run third inning for Sodus. Logan Bulman hurled four innings and struck out seven. Trent Orrange-Paton and Donovan Fillmore both went 2-for-3, and Jacob Larid went 1-for-2.

HARLEY-ALLENDALE-COLUMBIA (6-4-1) 0
DUNDEE/BRADFORD (3-9-1) 0 (10 Innings)
Harley-Allendale-Columbia starter Salvatore Timpani was perfect through six and two-thirds innings and went the distance for all 10 innings. Timpani struck out 15 for the game. Hunter Riek started the game for Dundee/Bradford and went four and one-thirds innings allowing just three hits. Logan Ayers pitched the next four and two-thirds shutout innings, and Tyler Stiles finished the final two innings to keep the shutout.

GENESEO (2-9) 8
PAVILION (6-6) 9
Trevor Wiedrich delivered a walk-off single in the seventh which moved Pavilion back to .500. Eric Offhaus started the inning with a single, and Ty Heineman followed suit with a single which moved Offhaus into scoring position for the Wiedrich base-hit. Junior Kyle Stefan provided at the plate and the mound for Pavilion. The junior started and pitched four and two-thirds innings; Stefan allowed three runs (one earned) while giving up four hits and striking out two. Stefan finished the game 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored out of the leadoff spot. Heineman ended 3-for-3 with two RBI and two runs scored, Wiedrich went 2-for-3 with two RBI and a run scored. Offhaus and Dylan Dziekan both recorded an RBI. For Geneseo, Sean McCaughey led the team going 2-for-4 with three RBI and a run scored. Nick Staley drove in two, Ryan Whitney plated one and scored once, Phillip Dotterweich had two hits, and Michael Walton collected one hit and scored three times.

SOUTH SENECA/ROMULUS (3-8) 1
BLOOMFIELD (6-4) 10
Gabe Ward paced Bloomfield offensively with a multi-hit game. Ward ended 3-for-4 with three RBI. Cal Rogers pitched four scoreless innings and had a triple. Declan Smith collected one hit and drove in two, Declan Smith collected two hits, Aaron Walsh went 2-for-3, and Taylor Rogers finished 3-for-4.

EAST ROCHESTER (8-5) 11
GANANDA (13-2) 22 (5 Innings)
Gananda totaled 14 hits and 16 walks in four innings as the Panthers won in five innings. Patrick Walsh and Shane Pickering shared a team-high three RBI. Walsh went 2-for-2 with two runs scored, and Pickering went 2-for-3 with two walks and two runs scored. Luke Ciprich led the team in runs scored with five to go along with his 3-for-4 day. Sam O’Neil ended the game 2-for-3 with two RBI, four runs scored, and two walks. Andrew Gleason drew three walks and scored once alongside his two RBI. Tyler Hathaway went 2-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored. Kevin Marchial paced East Rochester with three RBI. Ryan Flanagan and Landon Wollschleger both chipped in two RBI, and Dion Mather added two hits alongside one RBI and one run scored. Parker Seeley tallied three hits in three at-bats to go along with one RBI and two runs scored.

OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (10-2) 8
ELBA (4-7) 0
Aiden Warner paced Oakfield-Alabama to its 10th win with a three-hit game. Warner finished the game 3-for-4 including a double; the sophomore drove in a run and scored three times. Bodie Hyde pitched a complete game shutout to earn the win. Hyde struck out eight and walked two while allowing just two hits. Ty Kornow added a two-hit game including a double and an RBI. Kaden Cusmano drove in two on a single and scored twice. Ethan Cramer drove in a run as well. Travis Kauffman and Angelo Penna collected the two hits for Elba.

HONEOYE (10-5) 9
NAPLES (5-6) 7
Cam Allison paced the Bulldogs as Honeoye survives seven runs in the sixth inning from Naples. Allison finished the game 3-for-5 with a home run. Charlie Farrell picked up the win on the mound for Honeoye with his five and two-thirds innings. Owen Hulbert paced Naples with a 2-for-4 game with two RBI.

HINSDALE (1-8) 2
BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (9-4) 14 (5 Innings)
Trey Buchholz paced the Wolverines with three RBI as Bolivar-Richburg picked up its third straight win. Buchholz ended the game 2-for-3 including a double with three RBI and three runs scored. Caden Allen went 2-for-3 with two RBI and two runs scored, Wyatt Karnuth had a double with two RBI and a run scored, and Camdyn MacDonell drove in two alongside his one hit. Brayden Ellis started the game and struck out two before exiting in the first. Karnuth came in relief to finish the game, the senior struck out four and allowed two runs (one earned) in his four and one-thirds innings of work. Zach Byrne and Sam Cashimere collected hits for Hinsdale.

HORNELL (10-1) 6
LIVONIA (10-3) 2
Trailing 2-1, Hornell scored five runs on five hits to earn a share of the Livingston County division I title.  Livonia took a 2-1 lead in the fifth when Alex Minnehan doubled in Jake Kearney and Jake Smith followed with an RBI single. Matt Oyer led Hornell going 3-for-4. Minnehan was 3-for-3.

BISHOP KEARNEY/ROCHESTER PREP/CHESTERTON 3
NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN 15
Freshman Tim Leary struck out six over four innings of work to register his second win of the season. DaVonn Stevens paced the offense going 3-for-4. The eighth grader finished with a double and a triple. Ashton Dutton went 2-for-3 with three RBI.

CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (0-12) 3
KESHEQUA (13-0) 14

JASPER-TROUPSBURG (4-6) 19
HAMMONDSPORT (0-9) 7

GENEVA (8-4) 13
MYNDERSE (5-7) 2

ALEXANDER (6-7) 5
ATTICA (8-4) 8

ALFRED-ALMOND (4-6) 4
CANISTEO-GREENWOOD (3-5) 3

PENN YAN (4-7) 5
NEWARK (9-4) 2

PEMBROKE (0-12) 0
LYNDONVILLE (9-3) 17

CLYDE-SVANNAH (1-13) 0
LYONS (1-8) 5

WHITESVILLE (0-7) 6
ANDOVER (3-7) 12

SOFTBALL

DANSVILLE 14
HORNELL 3

Sami Mackey pitched a complete game to earn the win for Dansville. Mackey struck out six and allowed two hits over her seven innings of work. Mackenzie Johnson-Boser paced Dansville at the plate with a single, a triple, and a three-run home run. Sidney Stone added two singles and double alongside three runs scored. Maddie Failla chipped in two singles and two doubles to go along with three runs scored.

KESHEQUA (12-2) 14
CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (8-5) 4

Cheyenne Cotton went 2-for-4 with a triple and three RBI which paced Keshequa. Julia Wilkins went 3-for-4 with two RBI, and Aurora Sabins earned the win on the mound allowing just six hits. Sabins added two hits at the plate in three at-bats.

VICTOR 0
WEBSTER SCHROEDER 3

PITTSFORD MENDON 1
IRONDEQUOIT 2
Marlayna Cartagena struck out nine and brought home Kailey Besio with tying run on a two-out double in the sixth. Abby Ras singled and scored Cartagena for the eventual game winner.

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 20
BATAVIA 5

HILTON 4
FAIRPORT 11

OLYMPIA/ODYSSEY 1
PENFIELD 13

BROCKPORT 0
CANANDAIGUA 16

RUSH-HENRIETTA 14
GATES-CHILI 13

WEBSTER THOMAS 6
SPENCERPORT 2

GENEVA 1
MYNDERSE 16

MIDLAKES 5
WAYNE 3

ELBA 8
OAKFIELD-ALABAMA 3

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