No. 8 HORNELL 2
No. 1 WATERLOO 20
Waterloo will play No. 4 Batavia in the semi-finals.
No. 5 MIDLAKES 11
No. 4 BATAVIA 6
Batavia moves on to face No. 1 Waterloo in the semi-finals.
No. 6 DANSVILLE 8
No. 3 WAYNE 3
Hannah LaPlant and Sidney Stone combined to drive in five runs, and Sami Mackey hurled a complete game as Dansville advanced to meet No. 2 Newark in the semi-finals. LaPlant finished 3-for-4 with a home run, three runs scored and two RBI. Stone was 3-for-4 with two singles, a double, two runs scored and three RBI. Mackey struck out four and walked one. Wayne’s Emma Grasso struck out 12 over seven innings of work. Olivia Huber was 2-for-4 with two doubles for the Eagles. McKenzie Thomas had a single and a double.
No. 7 PALMYRA-MACEDON 1
No. 2 NEWARK 16
Newark will meet No. 6 Dansville in the semi-finals.
No. 8 ATTICA 6
No. 1 Le ROY 12
Kailyn Tresco paced the Le Roy offense going 3-for-4 with a double, triple and five RBI. Bryn Luckey went 4-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI. Brenna Fenstermaker was 4-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Felicity Wieseltier had three hits and drove in a run. The Oatkan Knights will face No. 4 Wayland-Cohocton in the semi-finals.
No. 5 BATH-HAVERLING 2
No. 4 WAYLAND-COHOCTON 10
Wayland-Cohocton advanced and will meet top-seeded Le Roy in the semi-finals.
No. 6 MYNDERSE 3
No. 3 WELLSVILLE 8
Wellsville moved on to play No. 2 Williamson in the semi-finals.
No. 10 PENN YAN 3
No. 2 WILLIAMSON 4
Williamson will play No. 3 Wellsville in the semi-finals.
No. 8 PEMBROKE 13
No. 1 LYONS 7
Pembroke moved on to play No. 5 Bloomfield in the semi-finals.
No. 5 BLOOMFIELD 7
No. 4 SODUS 0
Bloomfield will face No. 8 Pembroke in the semi-finals.
No. 6 AVON 8
No. 3 RED JACKET 4
Avon will meet No. 7 Addison in the semi-finals.
No. 7 ADDISON 10
No. 2 ALEXANDER 8
Addison advanced to play No. 6 Avon in the semi-finals.
NO. 8 BYRON-BERGEN 0
NO. 1 LYNDONVILLE 17
Lyndonville will play No. 5 York in the semi-finals.
No. 5 YORK 5
No. 4 OAKFIELD-ALABAMA 2
York will face top-seeded Lyndonville in the semi-finals.
No. 6 CALEDONIA-MUMFORD 1
No. 3 BOLIVAR-RICHBURG 13
Malayna Ayers threw a 3-hitter and struck out three as Bolivar-Richburg advanced to face No. 2 Dundee/Bradford in the semi-finals. Madigan Harris had two hits and scored four runs. Kelsey Pacer drove in three. Olivia Woodward singled and scored Cal-Mum’s lone run on a sacrifice fly.
No. 7 LETCHWORTH 5
No. 2 DUNDEE/BRADFORD 7
Dundee/Bradford will meet No. 3 Bolivar-Richburg in the semi-finals.
No. 8 ANDOVER 0
No. 1 FRIENDSHIP 9
Friendship advanced to play No. 5 Avoca/Prattsburgh in the semi-finals.
NO. 6 WILLIAMSON 1
NO. 3 BATH-HAVERLING 19
AJ Brotz produced six runs, and sophomore Zach Musso hurled five innings of 2-hit ball as Bath-Haverling advanced to face second-seeded Wellsville. AJ Brotz opened the game with a triple over the left fielder’s head. Musso quickly drove him in, and Brendan Strong hit one of his three doubles on the night to knock in Musso. The Rams pushed across another run after a Colin Coots walk and another AJ Brotz hit in the second. The Rams sent 15 batters to the plate and scored 11 runs in the fourth to put the game out of reach. The Rams have scored 39 runs on 38 hits in their last two games. Cayden Mattison then threw an 11-pitch inning of relief in the sixth only facing three batters, and senior Nathan Musso came in to pitch the seventh. Brotz and Strong both finished 4-for-4. Cayden Mattison went 3-for-5 with a triple, an RBI and two runs scored. Gavin Buckley had three hits, three runs scored and two RBI. Ethan Brotz drove in four runs with two RBI.