Otselic Valley 8, Brookfield 0
SOUTH OTSELIC – Otselic Valley senior Chris Olin pitched 6 1-3 innings of no-hit ball finishing with a one-hit shutout in the Vikings’ win over Brookfield Friday.
Brad Wentworth had two doubles finishing 3-for-4 with two RBI, and Adam Duell had two hits and two ribbies. Adding two hits were Chase Marsten and David Cerasani.
“We played a lot better today,” said OV coach Dave Loomis. “We were solid in the field and put the ball in play.”
The Vikings are at Madison today.
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Chris Olin (W) and David Cerasani. Plows (L) and Bennett.
Doubles: (OV) Brad Wentworth (2), Chase Marsten. Triples: (OV) Adam Duell, Olin.
G-MU 6, CV-Springfield 3
COPES CORNERS – G-MU avenged a sectional playoff loss to CV-Springfield from last season knocking off the state-ranked Patriots Friday.
Corin Todd’s attempted sacrifice bunt with two runners on in the fourth squirted by for an infield single to score Tim Sloan with the tying run. Andrew Delmar drove in the go-ahead run with the first of his two RBI, and Alex Schmidt added a two-run single.
“It was a nice win for us and I know our team was pretty excited,” said G-MU coach Jim Johnson.
Delmar finished with two hits and Alex Schmidt finished with two RBI.
David Adams went 3-for-4 for the Patriots.
G-MU (4-1, 7-1) plays at Milford today.
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Cody Hall (W) and Corin Todd. Adam Haley (L), David Adams (5) and Spencer Staley. Doubles: (G) Andrew Delmar, Luke Acanfora.
Chenango Valley 13, Norwich 0
NORWICH – Chenango Valley extended its unbeaten record to 13-0 Friday, and most definitely met the quality of play expected of a number one ranked team in the state.
“They hit the ball well and their pitching staff does and tremendous job keeping you off balance,” said Norwich coach John Martinson. “There are no weaknesses that we can see; they’re a quality program and well coached.”