Wyalusing rallies past Williamson in 13-12 win.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | April 25, 2015


Wyalusing overcame a 12-run second inning by Williamson to get the key NTL baseball win 13-12 Friday.

The Rams were up 7-0 when in the bottom of the second the Warriors rattled off 12 runs to take a 12-7 lead.

Wyalusing would chip away at the lead, scoring one in the third and three more in the fifth to cut it to 12-11.

The Rams would tie it up in the top of the seventh. Then with two outs Kyle Warner scored on a hit by Ridge Williams to put Wyalusing up for good.

Williams led the way for Wyalusing at the plate, going 4-for-4 while Dylan Otis was 3-for-3 with a double, 3-RBI and a run scored.

Holdan Hitchcock (2-for-4) and Devon Carr (2-for-5) had multiple hits in the game. Hitchcock added a double with a run scored while Carr had 3-RBI with a run scored.

Kyle Tinna had a triple with 2-RBI and three runs scored while Warner had a double with an RBI and a run scored. Isaac Bennett also had a hit.

Riley God and Jon Morrison scored twice for the Rams while Bennett and Chandler Brown also scored.

Otis started and went 2-innings with one strikeout while allowing two walks, 10 hits and 12 runs, seven of them earned.

Carr went the next three innings, striking out two while allowing two walks and two hits.

Tinna finished out the final two innings for the win, striking out three.

Daltyn Confer led Williamson at the plate, going 2-for-4 with two doubles, 2-RBI and two runs scored.

Matt Learn (2-for-4), Anthony Bastian (2-for-4) and Wyatt Gorg (2-for-3) also had multiple hits in the game. Learn added 2-RBI and a run scored, Bastian had 2-RBI with two runs while Gorg scored twice.

Nick Cevette added a double with 3-RBI and a run scored while Jonny Daley, Colin Heilbrun and Jake Rice also had hits.

Daley, Hunter Sackett, Heilbrun and Rice also scored while Sackett, Heilbrun and Rice knocked in a run.

Bastian started but didn't record an out as he allowed three hits, one walk and four runs, three of them earned.

Confer went the next two innings, striking out five while allowing four hits, three walks and three earned runs.

Chase Austin finished out and takes the loss, going five innings to strike out seven while allowing seven hits, three walks and six runs, three of them earned.

Notre Dame 12, Tioga 11, 8-innings

It was another extra inning thriller for the Crusaders.

This time, though, they were able to finish out with a win.

Earlier this week the Crusaders went into extra time with Dryden and the game was suspended due to darkness.

On Friday Tioga scored six runs in the top of the sixth to go up 6-2. Notre Dame came back with three runs in the bottom half of the inning and from there the two teams traded blows.

Tioga scored two more in the seventh with Notre Dame adding three in the seventh to send the game into the eighth.

The Tigers notched three runs in the top of the inning to take a lead but the Crusaders came right back in the bottom half of the inning. They would tie it up at 11-all, then Matt LaBadie scored on a passed ball to get the win.

Matt Smith (2-for-5), Cameron Reid (2-for-5), LaBadie (2-for-5), Nate Snavely (2-for-5) and Nick Clark (2-for-4) all had multiple hits on the day for Notre Dame.

Reid had a double with three runs scored, Snavely had a double with 3-RBI and a run scored, Smith scored twice, LaBadie scored three times with 3-RBI and Clark had 2-RBI with a run scored.

Kyle Minchin and Parker May both scored on the day as well.

May started and went 5 1/3-innings for the no decision, striking out one while allowing seven hits, nine walks and six runs, four of them earned.

Collin Mustico went 2/3-innings followed by Ben Cook, who went 1 1/3-innings with four hits, one walk and five runs, four of them earned.

Minchin went the final 2/3-innings for the win.

Parker Hendershot went 4-for-5 with a double, two runs and 3-RBI to lead Tioga. Lucas Richardson added a triple with a run scored and an RBI while Gabe Hoose had a double with three runs and an RBI.

Jesse Manuel, Adam Layman, Peter Simmons, Adam Zwierlein and Mitchell Taylor also had hits.

Taylor added 2-RBI with Manuel, Layman and Jake Evanek also knocking in runs.

Taylor scored twice while Manuel, Simmons and Zwierlein also scored.

Manuel started and went six innings for the no decision, striking out four while allowing seven hits, two walks and five runs, four of them earned.

Hendershot went the final 1 2/3-innings for the loss, striking out two while allowing three hits, two walks and seven runs, two of them earned.

Athens 7, Northeast Bradford 3

A 5-run third inning proved to be the difference in the Wildcats' NTL baseball win Friday.

Luke Newman led Athens with two hits, an RBI and two runs scored while Zane Vargason had a triple with a run scored.

Tyler Forbes added a double with an RBI and a run scored while Ben Vosburg and Dan Joyce also had hits.

Joyce had 2-RBI while Vosburg scored twice and Cody Jennings crossed home once.

Vargason started and earns the win, going three innings to strike out four while allowing one hit and one walk.

Fred Horn went an inning with three hits, one strikeout, two walks and two runs. He was followed by Forbes, who went two innings with six strikeouts, one walk and one hit while Cory Stivason finished out with one hit and one run.

Aaron Pifer led NEB with two hits and a run scored while Garret Smith, Brian Horton, Nate Chilson and Derrick Newman also had hits.

Horton and Chilson had an RBI each while Horton and Tyler Emick crossed home.

The Panthers saw seven different players on the mound, beginning with Horton in the first inning, who allowed one hit.

Nik Geiser pitched an inning and takes the loss, allowing two hits and one run while Joby Leiser, Nate Watkins, Bryan Ford, Newman and Adam Ford also saw time.

The NEB pitchers combined for two strikeouts and three walks.

The Panthers host the Christiansen Tire Tournament today.

Troy 12, Canton 8

Six Trojan batters had multiple hits as they picked up the NTL baseball win Friday.

Troy led 6-2 when in the bottom of the third Canton scored four runs to knot it up.

They would take an 8-7 lead after five but Troy tied it up in the sixth with a run, then scored four more in the top of the seventh to get the win.

Brock Schucker had two doubles, 3-RBI and a run scored to lead Troy while Brandon Mattocks, Jarod Mattocks, Kyle Jackson, Isaac Havens and Chance Lantz also had two hits each.

Collin Binford added a double with Mitchel Morse getting a hit.

Jackson had 3-RBI while Binford and Jarod Mattocks knocked in two runs a piece. Lantz also had an RBI.

Brandon Mattocks scored four times while Jarod Mattocks, Jackson, Havens, Lantz, Morse, Binford and Jacob Cummings also scored.

Jackson started and went the first three innings with two strikeouts, four walks, three hits and six runs.

Lantz came on for 1/3-inning followed by Morse, who went 2 1/3-innings with two strikeouts, two hits and two runs.

Havens went the 1 2/3-innings for the win, striking out two.

Mason Moore had two hits to lead Canton while Travis Butcher, Bryce Cole and Brenden Landis also had hits.

Butcher scored twice with Bryce Cole, Landis, Clayton Tymeson, Mason Martell and Tyler Cole also crossing home.

Butcher had 2-RBI with Tyler Cole knocking in a run.

Landis started and went two innings to strike out one while allowing five hits and four runs.

John Bowman went an inning with three strikeouts, three hits and two runs followed by Seth Robbins for an inning. He struck out one with two hits and one run.

Martell went the final three and takes the loss, allowing five hits and five runs.

Troy is at CV today with a 3 p.m. start.

Wellsboro 13, Cowanesque Valley 6

Nick TremperNick Levindoski and Joe Allen had a 2-run home run for the Hornets while Dawson Prough was 3-for-3 with three doubles and three runs scored.

The Hornets jumped out to an 8-2 lead when in the bottom of the fourth CV scored five runs to cut it to 8-6.

Wellsboro responded with three runs in the sixth and two in the seventh to secure the NTL win.

Tremper was 3-for-4 with four runs scored.

James Mundy, Sam Moss, Johnny Rowland and Caleb Tennis also had hits.

Sam Moss started for Wellsboro and earns the win, going three innings to allow one earned run.

Brett Kendrick pitched an inning with five runs, three of them earned.

Mundy went the final three for the save.

Nevin Stiles and Wynn Doane both went 3-for-4 to lead CV.

Caleb Fitzwater started and went the first five innings for the loss. Matt Freeman pitched the final two.

Wellsboro will host Milton today.

Waverly 16, SVE 8

The Wolverines earned a high scoring IAC baseball win Friday.

Peyton Miller led the way, going 2-for-4 with two runs and 4-RBI while Collin Traub, Josh Knolles and Mike Girolamo also had hits.

Zac Saxon scored three times for Waverly while Kyle Kinsley and Girolamo scored twice. Nate Bennett, Brendyn Stillman, D.J. Meyers and Zach Gingerich also scored.

Stillman, Isaiah King and Gingerich knocked in one run each.

Traub started and went four innings for the win, striking out three while allowing five hits and four runs, one of them earned.

Meyers went one inning with two walks while Saxon pitched 2/3-innings with one strikeout, five walks, one hit and four runs two of them earned.

Mason Salsman went the final 1 1/2-innings with one strikeout.

Sayre 9, Mansfield 9, suspended in 11th inning

The Redskins and Tigers will have to finish their game another day due to darkness stopping their game.

Both teams scored a run in the first inning with Mansfield taking a 5-2 lead after the fifth.

They would get another run in the sixth to go up 6-2 but two runs in the sixth and seventh by Sayre pushed the game into extra innings.

The runs continued in the eighth as both teams scored, then added two more in the ninth to stay even.

For Mansfield JP Shaw had a home run with a double while Jarod Burd had three hits, including a double. Nathan Tice also had a double.

Matt Williams had three hits including a double to lead Sayre while Sam Wheeler has two hits.