Athens rallies past Wyalusing; Waverly, NEB, Wellsboro get wins.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | April 9, 2013 | Photo courtesy The Review


2013 Waverly vs. Watkins Glen BaseballDown a run heading into the seventh inning, the Athens Wildcats got on the board against Wyalusing in that inning and then scored five runs in the eighth to come away with a 6-1 victory in eight innings.

Andrew Pickett kept the Wildcats off the board until the seventh, but Curt Moore, Neil Carpenter, Stag Shadduck, Mike Estes, Sam Perri and Nick Vosburg all scored runs for Athens in the game.

Pickett pitched seven innings for the Rams, striking out nine, walking three and allowing four hits and one earned run.

Athens pounded out five runs in the eighth inning off Cody Pickett and Kyle Tinna.

Curt Moore kept Athens in the game early, striking out seven, walking two and allowing one hit and one unearned run in five innings for the Wildcats.

Tyler Forbes closed out the game for Athens.

Moore, Carpenter, Shadduck, Estes and Zach Firestine each had a hit in the game and Vosburg had two hits for the Wildcats.

Cody Pickett had two hits for Wyalusing and Andrew Pickett had one. Isaac Bennett scored the Rams run.

Wyalusing is at Sayre on Wednesday.

NEB 9, Sayre 3

The Panthers got a hit and four runs scored from Aaron Pifer and Dylan Saxon had two hits and scored a run in the win.

James Zajac had a hit and scored a run and Ben Abell had two hits in the game.

Austin Saxer scored a run and Jesse Stroud had a double and scored a run.

Dylan Chapman scored a run and Bryan Ford had a hit.

The Panthers drew eight walks in the win.

Nick Skerpon had three hits, with a triple for Sayre. Skerpon scored two runs in the game.

Cuyler Kochin had a hit and Dave Mendola and Marshall Felt each had two hits in the game, while JP Harbst had a double.

Hall started for Sayre on the mound, while Zajac went the distance for the Panthers, striking out eight.

Waverly 5, Watkins Glen 2

WAVERLY, N.Y. - Alex Uhl and Kyle Kuzma limited the Senecas to two runs and four hits in the victory on Monday night.

Uhl struck out one, walked two and allowed two hits and one unearned run in three innings.

Kuzma struck out three, walked three and allowed two hits and one unearned run in four innings of work.

Cody Marchese, Dylan Perry and Zach Saxon had two hits each in the victory.

Saxon had a double and an RBI and Marchese scored two runs, while Perry scored ar un and had a triple in the game.

Anthony Girolamo had a hit, an RBI and a run scored and Matt McCabe had a hit.

Sam Pulis pitched for Watkins Glen, working six innings with nine strikeouts and one walk, allowing seven hits and five runs, three earned.

Brady Bond had a two hit day for Watkins Glen in the loss.

Edison 10, Tioga 9, 8 innings

ELMIRA HEIGHTS, N.Y. - The Tigers built a 7-0 lead after three innings, but Edison scored at least one run in every inning, starting with the bottom of the third, to rally for the victory.

Ryan Vergason had three hits for Tioga, with a run scored and Jake Howland had a hit and scored a run.

Peter Simmons had two hits and an RBI, Carter Jackson had a hit, a run scored and an RBI, and Jesse Manuel had a hit and two runs scored.

Travis Moyer scored a run, Zach Baker had an RBI and scored two runs and Adam Perry had a run scored and an RBI.

Simmons pitched for Tioga, striking otu two and walking six, while allowing 10 hits and nine earned runs in 6 1/3 innings. Manuel took the loss, striking out two, walking one and allowing three hits and one earned run in 1 1/3 innings.

Dylan Bellinger and Adam Shumacher each had three hits for Edison. Bellinger had a two-run home run and three RBI and Shumacher had two RBI and scored two runs.

Bellinger started for Edison, followed by Make Bahantka and Brandon Mishaud, who got the win.

Tioga is at Notre Dame on Wednesday.

Wellsboro 6, Mansfield 5

Dylan Prough had a game-winning walk-off hit in the bottom of the seventh to lift the Green Hornets to the win.

Prough had a hit, scored two runs and had two RBI in the game.

Luke Rudy had two hits and two RBI, Dawson Prough had two hits and scored two runs and Ben Shaw had a hit in the game.

Connor Coolidge worked 1 1/3 innings on the mound for Wellsboro and Matt Reese had 4 2/3 innings of work, while Brandon Owlett pitched one inning.

Taylor Hillson and Bo Burleigh each had two hits for Mansfield. Hillson scored two runs and Burleigh had an RBI and scored a run. Sam Rotella had a hit and two RBI.

Bryce Zaparzynski worked 2 1/3 innings on the mound and Burleigh pitched 4 2/3 innings.

Notre Dame 14, Newark Valley 0

Aaron Carson limited Newark Valley to two hits, striking out 10 and walking three.

Carson and Wyatt Martin each had three hits in the game, with Carson scoring two runs and Martin scoring three runs.

Ridgebury's Parker May had two hits and scored a run and Tyler Boyles and Joe Pruniar each had two hits and scored two runs.

Kyle Minchin, Sam Bruner and Derek Marshall all had hits and scored a run and Riley Leonard scored a run.

Martin had a double and a triple, Marshall had a triple, Pruniar and Boyles each had doubles.

"It was a great night for Aaron," Notre Dame coach Bill Hopkins said.

Mason Shutts took the loss for Newark Valley.

Notre Dame hosts Tioga in their home opener on Wednesday.

Sullivan County 19, Benton 1

The Griffins pounded out 19 hits en route to their Heartland Conference win Monday.

Lucas Hatton (3-for-5), Zach Meyer (2-for-4), Tom Blasi (2-for-3), Barry Heinrich (3-for-4), Colton Frye (3-for-3) and Conner Wylie (3-for-4) had multiple hit games for Sullivan.

Hatton added a grand slam, double, three runs and 5-RBI, Meyer had two runs and 2-RBI, Blasi had two runs, a double and an RBI, Heinrich had three runs, double, home run and RBI, Fruye had three runs and 2-RBI and Wylie had a double, run scored and an RBI.

Sean Flannery was also 1-for-3 with two runs and 2-RBI, Kelby Mullen was 1-for-3 with a home run, two runs and 3-RBI and Jake Gavitt was 1-for-2 with a run scored and an RBI.

Meyer scored the win, striking out four while allowing three hits and no earned runs. Heinrich came on in relief and went three innings, striking out two while allowing two hits.

Sullivan is at Millville Wednesday.