GATES-CHILI (4-13) 1
IRONDEQUOIT (11-6) 8
Constantino Tiermini tossed a complete game on 87 pitches to lead Irondequoit to its fifth win in the last six games and its third consecutive Monroe County Division II title. The junior pitcher began his outing by retiring 10 of the first 13 batters he faced. After allowing a run in the fifth inning, Tiermini settled down to retire six of the last nine hitters. The junior pitcher collected four strikeouts and threw 63.2 percent of his offerings into the zone. Connor Gresens and Connor Springer led the offense with two RBI and one run scored apiece. Gresens singled twice, including one to score a run, and doubled in a run. Springer drove in the first run of the game on a groundout in the opening frame and added an RBI single in the second inning. Kip Bertram and Brody Froman both recorded a pair of base knocks. Froman scored three runs and Bertram two. With the victory, the Eagles have now won 26 of their last 28 division games. For Gates-Chili, James Connelly IV had four strikeouts in a complete game effort.
EASTRIDGE (5-14) 4
BROCKPORT (10-5) 5
Hayden Watt’s lone hit was a walk-off single to lift Brockport to its seventh consecutive victory. After Eastridge rallied to tie the game in the top of the seventh inning, Bryce Tyndell responded with a leadoff single. Dylan Kleehammer subbed in as a pinch runner and advanced to second base on a wild pitch. Jacob Falvey, who already had a hit and walk prior, was intentionally walked to set up runners at first and second for Watt. Falvey and Kleehammer both advanced on a wild pitch. On the next pitch, Watt cashed in with a single to center field. Watt drove in a run on a fielder’s choice in the opening frame to give the Blue Devils a 3-2 lead. Cooper Hassall singled twice, including one to score two runs and tie the game in the first inning, and crossed the plate once. Along with his two singles and one run scored, Tyndell racked up nine strikeouts in five frames of three-run ball. For Eastridge, Brennen Russo launched a two-run homer in the first inning. Evan Brown tied the game in the seventh with a run-scoring double. Connor Welch doubled and singled.
HILTON (13-3) 2
FAIRPORT (4-7) 4
Dylan Norton hit a go-ahead single in the fifth inning as Fairport snapped a two-game skid. Tied at one, Blake Bucenec doubled and stole third base. On a 1-2 count, Norton put the ball in play and hustled for an infield single to score Bucenec. Bucenec and Connor Sackett both added an RBI single as insurance runs. Sackett secured the victory by pitching the seventh inning and inducing a groundout with the bases loaded to earn the save. Bucenec and Norton led the offense with two hits and one RBI apiece. Bucenec walked and scored a pair of runs as well. Nickolas Provenzano hurled 5 2/3 frames of one-run ball. After allowing a triple and walk in the second inning, Provenzano stranded the baserunners with a double play and retired six of the next eight batters he faced. He recorded four strikeouts as well. For Hilton, sophomore infielder Brady Gerig tied the game with a sacrifice fly in the fourth inning. Junior infielder James Capellupo legged out an infield RBI single as part of an attempted rally in the seventh. Senior pitcher Preston Prince posted eight strikeouts in five innings.
BRIGHTON (3-10) 10
GREECE ODYSSEY/OLYMPIA (4-12) 5
Benjamin Kazel and Jack Scott both only needed one hit to drive in multiple runs as Brighton snapped a six-game skid. Scott led by capping off a three-run first inning with an RBI groundout and adding a two-run double and a pair of walks. Scott scored three runs as well. Kazel notched a two-run single and crossed the plate once. Matthew Howe, Andrew Kotrides and Anthony Marcella all recorded a pair of base knocks. Howe and Kotrides added an RBI and run scored. Marcella crossed the plate twice. Howe pitched six innings of two-run ball and posted five strikeouts. For Greece Odyssey/Olympia, Thomas Rebis led with two singles, an RBI double and reached on an error. Ty VanEpps followed up with a pair of singles, including one to score a run, a walk and by crossing the plate once.
VICTOR (9-8) 1
PENFIELD (9-7) 0
Andrew Haugh drove in the game’s lone run in the seventh inning to lift Victor to its third straight win. Junior infielder Cooper Loyal sparked the rally by reaching on an error and advancing to second base on a wild pitch. Then Haugh cashed in with a go-ahead single. Junior pitcher Carter Fink secured the victory with a strikeout to strand the game-tying run at first base. Fink led with a complete game shutout in which he struck out 10 of the 28 batters he faced. After navigating around multiple baserunners in both the third and fifth innings, the junior pitcher retired six of the last seven batters he faced. Fink helped his own cause with a double as well. Loyal led the offense with a pair of singles.
GREECE ATHENA (9-6) 3
PITTSFORD MENDON (11-5) 11
Collin Clark, Brendan Kane and Daniel Palumbo all drove in two runs as Pittsford Mendon poured on runs in each of the first five innings. Clark led with two RBI singles, a double and a pair of runs scored. Kane followed up with two singles, including one to drive in a run, a RBI groundout and a walk. The senior outfielder crossed the plate three times as well. Palumbo busted around the bases for a two-run triple, was hit by a pitch, reached on an error and crossed the plate once. Senior infielder Cameron Blauvelt singled, walked and scored a pair of runs. Carter Grinnell and Zachary Young both pitched in a base knock and crossed the plate once. With the victory, the Vikings clinched a share of the Monroe County Division III title with Canandaigua. For Greece Athena, Samuel Saucke quickly put the team on the board with an RBI single in the opening frame.
CANANDAIGUA (11-7) 12
SPENCERPORT (3-12) 8
Samuel Boock, Delforte Lucas and Kenyon Mahoney all drove in two runs as Canandaigua held on for its fourth win in the last five games. Lucas singled twice, including one to drive in two runs as part of a six-run third inning, walked and crossed the plate twice. Boock hustled for a RBI triple, hit a sacrifice fly, was hit by two pitches and scored two runs. Mahoney reached on an error which scored two runs and crossed the plate once. Joshua Barnes contributed with a pair of doubles, including one to tie the game at two in the third inning, two walks and three runs scored. Aaron Crunick posted two singles and a run scored at the dish and fanned seven batters in a complete game on the mound. With the victory, the Braves clinched a share of the Monroe County Division III title with Pittsford Mendon. For Spencerport, Zach Lamberton led with a game-tying triple in the opening frame, an RBI single, a two-run single and crossed the plate twice. Frank Grad gave the Rangers a 2-1 lead with a sacrifice fly, reached on an error which scored a run and legged out a bunt RBI single.
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (14-4) 13
WEBSTER THOMAS (8-9) 4
Justin Meister plated a pair with a double to highlight a seven-run sixth, and Churchville-Chili went on to win its third straight game. Meister was one of six Saints who collected two hits in the game. The junior third baseman brought home Cooper Romich and Danny Derleth in the frame when C-C sent 11 to the plate. Derleth, Romich, Josh Campbell, Jaylen Lopez and Braedon Reina each had two base knocks in the game. Lopez tripled and scored twice. Campbell walked, drove in a run and scored three times. Reina had two RBI. Dom Morsch started and hurled five innings. The junior struck out four and gave up six hits and two walks without allowing an earned run. Derleth fanned five over two scoreless innings of relief. Josh Butka finished 2-for-4 with a triple, RBI and a run scored for Webster Thomas. Nate Zicari added two hits. Colby Wilson singled and drove in a pair of run for the Titans. Garett Wilson doubled and scored. Nate Hill singled and scored.
RUSH-HENRIETTA (8-8) 3
WEBSTER SCHROEDER (12-5) 6
Jack Cannon, Peyton Sanfilippo and Tyler Stack combined for six of Webster Schroeder’s seven hits in the Warriors’ third win in the last four games. Sanfilippo led with a two-run single for the game’s opening score, a double and crossed the plate twice. Stack doubled in a run, singled and scored once. Cannon singled twice and scored two runs. Mike Salina hit an RBI single at the plate amassed eight strikeouts in a complete game on the mound. After allowing all three runs in the first four innings, Salina retired nine of the last 10 batters he faced. For Rush-Henrietta, Dillon Kelly and Connor Nguyen both had a hit and an RBI.
FRANKLIN/WORLD OF INQUIRY (6-5) 15
LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (3-10) 5
Melgui Montalvo and Callan Reddington both drove in two runs to lead Franklin/World Of Inquiry in snapping a four-game skid. Reddington recorded a team-high three base knocks and scored three runs. Montalvo crossed the plate three times as well along with his two hits. Daniel Campbell went 2-of-4 at the dish and scored two runs.
FRANKLIN/WORLD OF INQUIRY (6-6) 0
EAST (16-1) 10 (5 INNINGS)
Michael Conrow, JJ Smith and Sebasthyan Reyes all drove in at least two runs in East High’s fifth straight win. Smith led with a bases-clearing triple, a single, a walk, a stolen base and three runs scored. Conrow posted an RBI single, a run-scoring double, drew two walks, reached on an error and crossed the plate three times. Reyes legged out a two-run double, drew a walk, swiped a bag and scored twice. Conrow and Smith combined to pitch a one-hitter for the Eagles as well.
CHARLES G. FINNEY (6-6) 3
AQUINAS (10-5) 16 (5 INNINGS)
Max Calleri and Lucas Leone combined for six RBI, four hits and four runs scored to lead an offensive outburst in which Aquinas did all its scoring in the first three innings. Calleri drove in three runs on a pair of singles, drew a walk and crossed the plate three times. Calleri collected seven strikeouts in four innings of one-run ball as well. Leone reached on an error, hit an RBI single, legged out a two-run double and crossed the plate on a two-run double by Robert McCullough in the opening frame. McCullough added a single and run scored as well. CJ Mangone and Will Scanlon both pitched in a pair of base knocks and one RBI. Mangone scored three runs and Scanlon two. For Charles G. Finney, Lanton Brown and Aiden Grundbery both had an RBI single to lead the offense.
GANANDA (7-6) 1
BISHOP KEARNEY/ROCHESTER PREP (2-7) 11 (5 INNINGS)
Ethan Phillips and Ryan Santiago both accumulated four base knocks to power a Bishop Kearney/Rochester Prep offense which tallied a run in every inning, including five in the fourth. Phillips singled three times, including twice to bring in a run apiece, and hustled for an RBI double. Phillips crossed the plate three times as well. Santiago collected four singles, including two which drove in a run each, and scored once. Talan Ilardo, Edy Marlin and Augustine Valentini all pitched in a pair of base knocks and one RBI. Marlin scored three runs, Valentini twice and Ilardo added one. Jeter Castro contributed with nine strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings on the mound and a single and RBI at the dish. For Gananda, Henry Shutts singled and scored on a catching error in the third inning.
EUGENIO MARIA (1-5) 4
HARLEY-ALLENDALE-COLUMBIA (7-4) 12
Thomas Riveros accumulated four RBI as Harley-Allendale-Columbia poured in 11 runs in the first five innings to snap a two-game skid. Riveros hit an RBI double in the opening frame and blew the game open with a bases-clearing triple during a six-run fifth inning. Alex Sassaman doubled in a run in the first among his two hits and scored three times. Ben Friedberg added an RBI double in the second inning in which the Wolves took the lead. Senior pitcher Cai Rogers went the distance, accumulating 13 strikeouts for his third victory of the season. For Eugenio Maria, Luis Pineda and Jancarlos Sanchez both posted a pair of base knocks and drove in a run.
PAVILION (2-9) 2
HORNELL (8-4) 12 (5 INNINGS)
Wyatt Arentieri, Griffyn Baker and Cullen Haley all drove in a pair of runs to ignite Hornell’s offense in its fourth straight win. Baker led with three singles, including one to drive in two runs, a swiped bag and crossed the plate twice. Haley doubled and singled in a run apiece and scored once. Arentieri legged out a two-run triple and scored. Gates Miller contributed with a pair of singles, including one to drive in a run, and two runs scored. The junior pitcher hurled a complete game as well with two strikeouts. Miller retired the first nine batters he faced before sending down the final six. Mason Drew scored a run via a fielder’s choice. For Pavilion, Zachary Tillotson led with an RBI single as part of a two-run fourth inning. Dylan Wiedrich added another run via an RBI groundout.
NEWARK (5-10) 10
MIDLAKES (5-9) 0 (5 INNINGS)
Preston Berrios hurled five perfect innings on 45 pitches as Newark rolled to its fourth win in the last five games. The senior right-hander recorded six strikeouts, six outs on the ground and three more in the air. Berrios has now accumulated 18 strikeouts in his last two starts. The senior pitcher has 36 strikeouts and 18 walks in 26 innings this season as well. Berrios helped his own cause with a double and a run scored as part of a seven-run fourth inning. Gabriel Caraballo led the offense with two singles, a double, three RBI and a pair of runs scored. Zachary Herd doubled, singled, drove in two runs and crossed the plate once. Jacob Rodriguez legged out a two-run double in the fourth inning.
PALMYRA-MACEDON (15-0) 15
MYNDERSE (6-6) 1 (5 INNINGS)
Christopher Finocchario, Jr., Isiah Stephens and Alexander Wootton combined to drive in nine of Palmyra-Macedon’s 15 runs on three hits as the Red Raiders remained one of two undefeated Section V teams. Wootton’s lone hit was a home run as he crossed the plate twice. Finocchario amassed three RBI and two runs scored as well. Paul Goodness notched two hits, a pair of RBI and three runs scored at the dish and nine strikeouts in a complete game on the mound. Hunter Markham added a base knock and RBI. Noah Brooks only needed one hit to cross the plate three times. For Mynderse, Ethan Hilimire drove in Jake Prayne for the team’s lone run.
NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT/RED CREEK (11-2) 7
SODUS (10-4) 6 (10 INNINGS)
For Sodus, Ethan Cramer and Jacob Laird both drove in a pair of runs. Cramer singled twice, including one to score the Spartans’ first two runs of the game in the fourth inning. Laird smacked a two-run triple to cap off a five-run fifth inning, swiped a bag and scored twice. Evan Laird added an RBI single and crossed the plate once.
WATERLOO (1-11) 3
WAYNE (7-7) 4 (8 INNINGS)
Jared Dier and Kyle Tomaselli accounted for all of Wayne’s offense as the Eagles notched a walk-off victory. Tomaselli doubled among his two hits and scored a run. Dier singled and crossed the plate once as well. Lucas Kielon recorded the team’s lone run driven in.
KESHEQUA (4-7) 0
YORK (5-6) 6
Junior pitcher Maddox Timothy tossed a complete game shutout to lead York to its third straight win. Timothy whiffed six batters and only allowed one hit. Offensively, the junior pitcher tripled among his two hits, walked, drove in a pair of runs and crossed the plate once. Austin Flynn followed up with a pair of base knocks, one RBI and a run scored. Joseph Bauer and Jakob Koch both contributed a hit and run scored. Bauer’s hit was a double as he drove in a run as well. Koch added a walk.
Quote from York head coach Edward Green: “We’re playing some really solid baseball at the moment. Maddox was incredible on the mound tonight and our defense was equally good behind him. All in all, we’re heating up as a team at just the right time.”
PEMBROKE (0-11) 2
KENDALL (7-4) 10
James Fox struck out 11 and allowed four hits and two walks over six innings while finishing 2-for-4 at the plate. Reuben Marquess started the scoring with a two-run home run in the first. Kendall has won four of its last five games.
LYNDONVILLE (4-9) 3
OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (10-2) 8
Colton Yasses amassed 12 strikeouts and finished one out shy of a complete game on the mound and added two hits, one RBI and a run scored at the plate to lead Oakfield-Alabama. The junior pitcher accrued eight of his first 10 outs via strikeout. After giving up all three runs in the opening frame, Yasses settled in to retire nine of the 11 batters he faced between the fourth and sixth innings. The junior pitcher helped his own cause with two infield singles, including one to drive in the go-ahead run in a four-run second, and reached on an error. Senior infielder Kaden Cusmano led the offense with the game-tying, two-run triple in the second inning before scoring on the go-ahead hit by Yasses. Kyle Porter and Brayden Smith both contributed two hits. Smith scored two runs while Porter hit a sacrifice fly and crossed the plate once. For Lyndonville, Trenton Muck singled twice, walked two times and scored one run. The junior pitcher collected five strikeouts in a complete game effort as well.
EDISON TECH (7-5) 18
MONROE (0-11) 2
FRIENDSHIP/SCIO (5-7) 13
LIMA CHRISTIAN (2-7) 3
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (8-5) 0
BATAVIA (9-6) 3
ATTICA (8-4) 20
ALEXANDER (6-9) 8
HAMMONDSPORT (1-10) 9
ARKPORT-CANASERAGA (6-5) 19
ADDISON (6-6) 5
CAMPBELL-SAVONA (7-1) 9
ALFRED-ALMOND (1-9) 0
CANISTEO-GREENWOOD/JASPER-TROUPSBURG (5-8) 8
GENEVA (9-3) 2
PENN YAN (9-4) 3
WILLIAMSON (8-4) 20
CLYDE-SAVANNAH (0-16) 7
Tim Vos struck out seven over four innings and collected four hits to lead Williamson. Vos finished 4-for-4 with a double, a sacrifice, a stolen base, four runs scored and six RBI. Matt DeFisher was 2-for-5 with three stolen bases, four runs scored and two RBI. Tyler Morse was 3-for-5 with a double, run scored, and two RBI. Matt Jackson went 3-for-4 with a double, a walk and an RBI. Blake Giglio and Pete Matteson collected a single apiece. Giglio also hurled an inning in relief. David DeFisher scored a run. Liam Rothfuss scored twice.
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