The Men’s Room Friday Wrap: Clark’s big day leads Hilton; Livonia and Pal-Mac hold off rallies

BASEBALL

HILTON (11-7) 10
PENFIELD (17-3) 5   

Carter Clark went 4-for-4 at the plate with two singles, a double and a home run and six RBI for the Cadets and also earned the victory on the mound, striking out seven, while scattering five hits. Tyler Cerame also homered and pitched the final two innings for Hilton. The Cadets got four in the first, highlighted by Cerame’s three-run homer. Clark then hit a two-run double in the third and a two-run homer in the fifth. The Patriots got three of their five runs in the sixth on a Gage Ziehl single, a double play grounder and a wild pitch. Ziehl also homered in the first inning for Penfield.

GATES-CHILI (8-12) 0
WEBSTER THOMAS (14-4) 1

Mitchell Kelly scored the only run of the game on an error in the third inning. The Titans used five pitchers, who scattered five hits and struck out 12, Ian McNabb earning the victory. Ryan Kilner went the distance for the Spartans, allowing only four hits and striking out eight.

VICTOR (8-10) 15
BRIGHTON (4-11) 1
Mason Haarr earned the win for the Blue Devils, going four innings with no walks and striking out three. Ben Weingart went 3-for-3 with four RBI and Ethan Behnke added three hits.  Christian Brown, Ian Meeks, Andrew Haugh and Jayden Morrell all had two hits for Victor.

FAIRPORT (10-8) 20
GREECE OLYMPIA/ODYSSEY (2-15) 0
Braden Consaul hit two home runs, driving in four and also picked up the victory on the mound, striking out 11 in four innings while allowing one hit for the Red Raiders. James Stanek also homered, driving in five for Fairport, who put up nine runs in the fourth inning. The Red Raiders finish the regular season with five wins in their last seven games.

GREECE ARCADIA (2-15) 1
EASTRIDGE (3-16) 9
The Lancers got on the board with an Evan Brown two-run single in the first. They tacked on two in the second and then four more in the fourth on RBI singles from Tom Bareham, Brown and Brennan Russo. P.J. Cutaia went the distance on the mound for the Lancers, allowing five hits, one unearned run and striking out seven. Tyler Reichert scored the Titans’ run on a passed ball in the seventh. Keenan Calenzo collected three hits of Eastridge’s 12 hits in the game.

RCAC Championship
SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 8
EAST 5
Abel Austin hurled six-plus innings and his offense sent eight to the plate in a decisive four-run third. The game MVP retired the first five batters he faced and after a two-out rally pushed across a run in the second, he limited East to one more run over the next four innings. READ MORE.

RCAC Consolation Game
LEADERSHIP (1-13) 4
FRANKLIN (7-7) 14
Melqui Montalvo and Nextah Vega each went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and three RBI for the Quakers, one of Montalvo’s hits was a home run.

BATH-HAVERLING (7-6) 5
LIVONIA (11-3) 7
Tied 1-1 in the fifth, the Bulldogs strung together three straight hits with Shawn Minnehan bringing home Jake Smith with the go-ahead run. Alex Benitez added a two-run single in the sixth. Robbie Stewart added two hits and two RBI for Livonia. The Rams scored four in the seventh on four straight hits before Minnehan got the final out for the Bulldogs.

LYNDONVILLE (10-3) 19
ALEXANDER (7-8) 3

NOTRE DAME (12-4) 5
OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (11-2) 13

PEMBROKE (0-14) 0
ATTICA (10-4) 16

Freshman Wyatt Bryman pitched a five-inning no-hitter with seven strikeouts. Zack Strzelek added his fourth homer of the year and four RBI for the Blue Devils.

AVON (10-4) 7
PAVILION (6-8) 1

Jake Jones went two hitless innings, striking out four for the Braves to earn the win. He also started the scoring for Avon in the first with a double to score Xavi Rivera. Michael Rowland doubled home two in the second for the winning RBI. Hudson Volpe also had two hits and a run scored for Avon.

PERRY (0-12) 3
YORK (9-4) 8

Seniors David Cuozzo and Jake Van Wyk each went 3-for-3 on their Senior Night. Cuozzo stole four bases and each scored two runs for the Golden Knights. Clayton Harris, also a senior, drove in two runs as well.

GENESEO (2-10) 3
LEROY (5-9) 12

The Oatkan Knights had an eight-run fourth inning, highlighted by a Ty Strollo RBI double and a two-run double by John Panepento. LeRoy added four in the sixth, starting with a triple by Kenny Saunders. Geneseo scored all their runs in the fifth on an error and a two-run double by Zach Bzduch. Ethan Miller earned the win on the mound, allowing four hits over five innings and striking out seven.

PAL-MAC (13-2) 9
WAYNE (10-6) 7

The Red Raiders scored five runs in the top of the sixth, highlighted by a three-run triple by Noah Brooks for a 9-2 lead. The Eagles responded with a two-run triple from Brady Ruffell, an RBI single by Josh Armstrong and an inside-the-park home run from Michael Prentice. Alex Wootton and Paul Goodness had two hits each for Pal-Mac.

BLOOMFIELD (7-4-2) 1
RED JACKET (12-1-1) 1

HONEOYE (12-5) 6
RED JACKET (12-2-1) 5

Cam Allison went 4-for-4 at the plate with two RBIs and Charlie Farrell went five innings, allowing no earned runs and drove in two at the plate as well for the Bulldogs. Senior Quaid Griffin pitched the final two innings for the save. Mason Pollot and Trever Hill record two hits and an RBI each for the Indians. The Bulldogs finish the regular season with five wins in their last six games.

MIDLAKES (1-14) 4
GENEVA (10-4) 7

The Panthers scored all seven runs in the bottom of the sixth as Bryant Santiago drove in runs in both at-bats in the inning and Kevin Bucklin singled in two runs. The Screaming Eagles scored four in the fourth, John DeBoover had an RBI single and later scored on a passed ball.

NEWARK (10-5) 11
MYNDERSE (5-9) 0

SCIO/FRIENDSHIP (7-3) 14
WHITESVILLE (0-9) 1

ARKPORT/CANASERAGA (7-4-1) 3
AVOCA/PRATTSBURGH (13-1) 12

HAMMONDSPORT (0-11) 0
ADDISON (9-2) 10

SOFTBALL

AQUINAS 1
BISHOP KEARNEY 18

NORTHSTAR 14
LIMA CHRISTIAN 7

GREECE ARCADIA 0
HILTON 15

BRIGHTON 3
HF-L 4

Quinn Adcock hit a walk-off double in extra innings for the Cougars.

ALEXANDER 4
LYNDONVILLE 19

YORK 7
PERRY 8

HONEOYE 2
RED JACKET 4

HAMMONDSPORT 6
ADDISON 4

JASPER-TROUPSBURG 2
ALFRED-ALMOND 14

CG FINNEY 4
WILLIAMSON 19

MARCUS WHITMAN 3
DUNDEE/BRADFORD 10

PAL-MAC 2
WAYNE 8

OAKFIELD-ALABAMA 4
NOTRE DAME 5

GENESEO 1
KESHEQUA 15

BLOOMFIELD 21
NAPLES 8

KESHEQUA 13
WARSAW 4

ARKPORT/CANASERAGA 0
AVOCA/PRATTSBURGH 18

LIVONIA 2
HAVERLING 13

WHITESVILLE 0
FRIENDSHIP 1

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