No. 9 PENFIELD (6-15) 11
No. 8 BRIGHTON (7-14) 5
Colin Crowley finished 2-for-4 including a double in a five-run second when Penfield took a commanding lead. Crowley collected three RBI and three runs scored in the game. Gage Wheaton struck out six and faced the minimum over three shutout innings of relief to pick up the win. Aiden Cook tripled and scored twice in the win. Austin Dillenbeck singled, drove in a run and also scored. Aiden Pellow scored three runs and drove in another. The Patriots will play top-seeded Hilton in the quarterfinals.
No. 10 GATES-CHILI (3-17) 1
No. 7 CANADAIGUA (10-11) 9
Nate Barone highlighted a six-run fifth inning with a bases-clearing triple and struck out six over 5.1 scoreless innings as Canandaigua advanced to face No. 2 seed Greece Athena in the quarterfinals. Barone scattered three hits and two walks. Matt Pawlicki went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles, an RBI and a run scored in the win. Cole Harris was 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored Jonathan Mohammed went 2-for-2 with a walk, two RBI and two runs scored. Josh Barnes singled, walked twice, drove in a run and scored once. Will Smith singled, doubled and drove in a run. Gates Chili’s Cole Gorman was 2-for-3 with an RBI. Josh Tantalo singled and scored. Zac Antinelli added a double for the Spartans.
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No. 10 NORTHEAST (2-16) 0
No. 7 EASTRIDGE (9-12) 15
Brennen Russo connected on a pair of home runs and hit for the cycle to lead Eastridge. Russo drove in seven runs and scored seven to lead the offense. Porter Hermon went 3-for-6 with a double, six RBI and a run scored. Fred Ferrer Santiago and Declan Caron struck out eight batters apiece and combined on a no-hitter. Caron doubled, drove in seven runs and scored four more. Benny Calixto had two hits including a double. Xzavier Hughey singled. walked, scored three runs and drove in another for the Lancers. Eastridge will face No. 2 Pittsford Sutherland in Monday’s quarterfinals.
No. 9 PITTSFORD MENDON (7-14) 5
No. 8 BROCKPORT (8-13) 3
Mendon will play top-seeded East in Monday’s quarterfinals.
No. 9 MYNDERSE (6-14) 0
No. 8 Le ROY (10-11) 9
Alex Spezzano and Adam Woodworth combined on the shutout, and Le Roy will face No. 1 Wayland-Cohocton in the quarterfinals. Spezzano started, struck out four and allowed one hit over 2.1 innings. Woodworth struck out three and allowed three hits in 4.2 innings of work. Ryan Higgins was 3-for-4 on the day with two doubles, two RBI and a run scored to lead offense. Spezzano was 2-for-3 with an RBI sacrifice fly, three stolen bases and two run scored. Andrew Strollo had a double, two runs scored and an RBI. Maveric McKenzie added an RBI and a run scored. Jackson Spezzano also had a double in the win.
No. 15 HOLLEY (2-15) 2
No.2 OAKFIELD-ALABAMA (16-4) 17
Bodie Hyde homered twice, drove in six runs and scored three for Oakfield-Alabama which put a 10-spot on the board in the second inning for a 14-1 lead. David Schnaufer went 3-for-5 with a double, RBI and three runs scored while Austin Pangrazio was 2-for-4 with two RBI and three runs scored. Brenden Wescott was 4-for-5 with a double, four RBI and two runs scored. Cole Kornow had two doubles, four RBI and four runs scored. Aiden Warner singled, walked and scored three runs. Brayden Smith was 3-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored. Oakfield-Alabama will play No. 7 Geneseo in the quarterfinals on Monday.
No. 14 PEMBROKE (4-13) 1
No. 3 BLOOMFIELD (13-2) 5
In a game that was suspended after four innings on Saturday, Gabe Ward hurled three innings and allowed one hit on Sunday to lead Bloomfield into the quarterfinals. Grady Rogers and Tyler Rogers had two hits apiece to lead the offense. Dave Nowak, Kevin and Kyle Dredger, Gabe Ward and Gunner Vogel each had a hit. Joe Walsh started and did not allow over four innings of work. Bloomfield advances to face Addison on Monday.
No. 12 CLYDE-SAVANNAH (5-13) 5
No. 5 LETCHWORTH (12-7) 26
Reigning champion Letchworth will face No. 4 Avon in the quarterfinals.
No. 11 ADDISON (8-9) 6
No. 6 EAST ROCHESTER (11-10) 0
Sophomore left-hander Andrew Jones struck out 13, allowed one hit (a bunt) over six innings to go with two hits and two walks to lead Addison. Camden Mahnke finished with four RBI including a bases-clearing double in the fourth inning. Keegan Smith went 2-for-4 while Camden Hoad was 2-for-3 and Zane Specht 3-for4 in the win. Addison will travel to Bloomfield on Monday for an 11 v. 3 match-up.
No. 10 GANANDA (8-11) 1
No. 7 GENESEO (12-9) 5
Luke Davis started, struck out seven and allowed one run on two hits and two walks to lead Geneseo. The sophomore also drove in two runs. Ethan Bennett capped a two-out rally in the third when Geneseo scored two runs to take a lead it did not surrender. Trailing 1-0, James Hy singled and was the first of four straight Blue Devils to reach with two outs. Brady O’Brien walked, and Kellen O’Brien tied the scored with a base hit. Bennett followed from there. Ryan Whitney singled and scored in the win. Phil Dotterweich scored a run. Sam Chanler singled and drove in a run. Geneseo will face No. 2 Oakfield-Alabama in the quarterfinals.
No. 9 ALEXANDER (7-8) 3
No. 8 WILLIAMSON (9-8) 4
Williamson will face top-seeded Sodus in the quarterfinals.
No. 17 EUGENIO MARIA de HOSTAS (1-12) 0
No. 1 NOTRE DAME-BATAVIA (18-1) 30
Bryceton Berry had four hits, four RBI and five runs scored while Jordan Welker doubled, tripled, scored three runs and drove in another to lead ND-B. Ryan Fitzpatrick and Jaden Sherwood had three hits and three RBI apiece. Jay Antinore started and struck out 11 over four shutout innings. Evan Fitzpatrick had six strike outs over two scoreless innings of relief.
No. 15 SOUTH SENECA/ROMULUS (2-13) 2
No. 2 WARSAW (13-3) 14
Ty Joy was 2-for-4 with a walk, two stolen bases, and RBI and two runs scored to lead Warsaw. Patrick Klump singled, walked, stole five bases and and scored three runs in the win while Mason McClurg singled, walked, stole a base and scored twice. Cole Liebler started and struck out three over four innings to pick up the win. Dom Fanaro singled and walked. Cooper Clark drove in a run. Sam Dufour and Blake Wells had a single apiece for South Seneca/Romulus. DuFour scored. Wells had an RBI. Warsaw will play No. 7 in the quarterfinals.
No. 14 MARION (2-15) 0
No. 3 BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (17-4) 9
Bolivar-Richburg will play Red Jacket in the quarterfinals.
No. 13 PERRY (3-16) 1
No. 4 KENDALL (13-4) 9
Vinnie D’Agostino was 2-for-2 with a walk, a stolen base, a run scored and two RBI to lead Kendall which will face No. 5 Campbell-Savona in the quarterfinals on Monday. Nic Cole struck out six and allowed one hit over three scoreless innings. Jacek Kwiatkowski fanned five and allowed one run on three hits over four innings.
No. 12 CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (7-14) 4
No. 5 CAMPBELL-SAVONA (13-5) 5
Campbell-Savona will meet No. 4 Kendall in the quarterfinals.
No. 11 PAVILION (7-12) 1
No. 6 RED JACKET (11-7) 3
Red Jacket will face No. 3 Bolivar-Richburg in the quarterfinals.
No. 10 DUNDEE/BRADFORD (7-9) 0
No. 7 YORK (9-6) 2
Jake Pangrazio scattered three hits in a complete-game effort, struck out 19 and finished 2-for-3 at the plate. with a stolen base to lead York. Brandon Levey was 1-for-2, reached base on a hit by pitch and drove in both of York’s run. Ryan Brady went 2-for-3 with a triple. Liam Ezard, was 2-for-3 with two runs scored in the win. York advances to play No. 2 Warsaw in the quarterfinals.
“Tonight was the best game I’ve ever seen Jake Pangrazio pitch,” York head coach Ed Green said. “After a day delay due to weather, Jake was more than ready to go. His complete game with 19 strikeouts was incredibly fun to watch. We were able to plate a couple runs in support and that was more than enough of a cushion to get the win. Sectional wins always feel good and we’re looking forward to facing Warsaw tomorrow for the third time this season.”
No. 9 BYRON-BERGEN (7-7) 8
No. 8 CUBA-RUSHFORD (13-8) 5
Byron-Bergen will face top-seeded Notre Dame-Batavia in the quarterfinals.
No. 10 LYNDONVILLE (3-14) 5
No. 7 HARLEY-ALLENDALE-COLUMBIA (5-10) 2
Lyndonville will face No. 2 Avoca-Prattsburgh in the quarterfinals.
No. 9 KESHEQUA (5-14) 9
No. 8 ALFRED-ALMOND (5-12) 2
Nathan Thayer went the distance with 11 strike outs and two walks to pick up the win for Keshequa. Owen Pike finished 2-for-3 including a bases-clearing double in the seventh inning to help Keshequa put the game away. Dan Burley was 3-for-5 with two RBI and three stolen bases. Keshequa will face top-seeded Fillmore in the quarterfinals.
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