Northeast Bradford wins season finale.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | May 18, 2013 | Photo courtesy The Review


2013 Athens vs. Sayre BaseballNortheast Bradford won their season finale, beating St. John Neumann 6-3 in baseball action Friday.

Nic Geiser went 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI while also getting the win on the mound. He went five innings to strike out three while allowing three walks, six hits and two runs.

Austin Saxer, James Zajac, Ben Abell, Jesse Stroud, Cody Clark and Dylan Chapman also had hits. Zajac and Aaron Pifer scored while Zajac also knocked in a run.

Zajac earned the save, going the final two innings to strike out four with one hit.

Athens 11, Sayre 4

The Wildcats finished their season with a win Friday.

Zane Vargason and Curt Moore had two hits each with one of Moore's a double to lead Athens. Vargason added a run scored and 2-RBI while Moore scored once and drove in three runs.

Troy Stivason, Craig Moore, Jon Kleiner and Tyler Forbes also had hits.

Stivason scored three times while Vargason, Nick Vosburg, Kleiner, Jake Shaffer and Forbes also scored. Stivason knocked in a run as well.

Forbes earns the win, going four innings to strike out seven while allowing five hits and two earned runs. Vargason came on in the fifth but only got one out as he struck out one while allowing one hit and two earned runs. Stivason then came on and finished out, striking out one while allowing one hit and two earned runs.

Nick Skerpon had two hits to lead Sayre while Jake Wheeler, David Mendola, Nick Hall and Derrick Keir also had hits.

Wheeler, Skerpon, Cuyler Kochin and Mendola all scored.

Keir earned the loss with two strikeouts, three walks and nine hits.


Athens 15, Sayre 1

SAYRE - Jensen Dunkling banged out three hits and Christin Dunkling knocked in three runs to lead Athens to a 15-1 five-inning win over Sayre here Friday afternoon at Riverfront Park.

The run support came in support of pitching ace Kaitlyn Serfass. She fired a one-hitter for the Lady Wildcats, who wrap up the regular season at 11-7, striking out out five and walking two.

Athens took immediate control of the game with seven runs in the top of the first inning.

Mackenzie Hafer and Rica Dimon opened the game with singles and Jensen Dunkling plated the first run with an RBI single.

After a passed ball made it 2-0, Christin Dunkling singled home her sister and Serfass lined a one-out RBI double to make it 4-0.

A Lady Redskin error allowed courtesy-runner Kaitlyn Testen to score from second to push the lead to 5-0.

Later in the inning, Morgan Westbrook singled to score Kassie Winters, who had reach via an error.

Another error, this one off the bat of Hafer plated Miranda Peterson, who had walked, with the final run of the inning.

Athens tacked on two runs in the second inning on an RBI triple by Christin Dunkling, who scored on a groundout off the bat of Mackenzie Warner.

Sayre's lone hit was a two-out, bases-loaded RBI single in the fourth-inning by senior Rachel Hurley to cut the Athens lead to 14-1.

The Lady Redskins loaded the bases when Kaitlyn Tappan reached base on a one-out error, then Maria Servidio and Angeles James worked back-to-back walks.

Jensen Dunkling was 3-for-3 with a double, three runs scored, two stolen bases and one RBI, while Christin Dunkling had two hits, including a triple, two runs scored and three RBI and Serfass doubled and singled, scored a run and knocked in two runs.

Westbrook, who stole two bases, and Hafer each had two hits, a run scored and an RBI for the Lady Wildcats, while Dimon singled and scored two runs, Warner singled and knocked in a run and Testen scored twice.

Sayre finishes the season at 3-16.

Wellsboro 10, Coudersport 0

The Green Hornets finished out their regular season with a win Friday.

Maggie Smith earned the win.

At the plate Paige CarrBrooke Kohler and Baylea Lehman had two hits each.