OV pitcher tosses one-hitter; Unadilla Valley rallies for win

Baseball

Otselic Valley 9, George Jr. Republic 1

DRYDEN – Otselic Valley finished a season sweep of George Jr. Republic behind the pitching of sophomore David Cerasani.

Cerasani tossed his second one-hitter this season striking out 15 and walking just two. The lone GJR hit came in the third inning. “Their pitcher threw well, but got wild from time to time, and we were able to get enough runs to stay in control,” said OV coach Dave Loomis.

Corey Williams drove in two runs, Cerasani had two hits and one RBI, and Eric Wentworth drove in one run for the Vikes.



OV (6-3) hosts DeRuyter Thursday.

OV 112 004 1 9 7 2

GJR 001 000 0 1 1 6

Alek (L) and Torrance. Cerasani (W) and Adam Duell.

Unadilla Valley 12, Harpursville 11

HARPURSVILLE – Unadilla Valley scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth to move in front of the Hornets, and Jake Curtis preserved the win with two scoreless innings of relief Tuesday.

Darin Garcia scored the last of three runs after Kyle Ray’s fielder’s choice groundout. Mason Wyman was 3-for-5 with two ribbies, Matt Potter had three hits and an RBI, Curtis finished 3-for-4, and James Peek had a pair of basehits.

UV 311 223 0 12 13 3

Harp. 232 130 0 11 11 2

Josh Wright, Garcia (5), Curtis (6) and Evan Davis. Ben Andrews, Baxter (5,LP), Moore (7) and Shane Hayes. Doubles: (UV) Josh Wright, Mason Wyman, (H) Moore, Andrews, Williams. Triples: (UV) Curtis, Mike Bluy; (H) Baxter, Andrews.

Softball

Afton 16, Greene 0 (5 innings)

GREENE – Morgan Muller proved untouchable and unhittable throwing a perfect game for Afton in a five-inning blowout of Greene (11-4) Tuesday.

Muller struck out 12 Trojans in the game, and was backed by a prolific offense led by Jessica Winans and Amber Lynn. Winans homered and drove in three runs, while Lynn drove in four runs on her two hits. The Trojans aided the Crimson Knights’ offense making 10 errors.

“Muller was dominating today and obviously we were not ready to play,” said Greene coach Rick Smith. “There were some plays on defense we normally make that we didn’t today.”


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