Otselic Valley 11, DeRuyter 10
DERUYTER – Otselic Valley scored four times in the top of the seventh rallying for its third straight win on Monday at DeRuyter.
Trevor Marston’s doubled and scored on Adam Monroe’s single to tie the game. Monroe came home with the winning run on a fielder’s choice. DeRuyter’s defense committed three errors in the last inning the help the OV cause.
“We couldn’t do much of anything right most of the game,” said OV coach Dave Loomis, whose club had seven errors through the first five innings. “We kind of got things going in our favor later in the game, and they came apart.”
Marston and Chuckie Bishop had two RBI for OV (6-8), and Marston had two hits.
Zach Thomas was 3-for-5 with four RBI on the DeRuyter side.
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Newton (L), Thomas (7) and Coveny. Trevor Marston, Karl Graham (2,W) and Adam Monroe. Trevor Marston, (D) Zach Thomas (2).
Windsor 11, Norwich 0
WINDSOR – David Barton held Norwich’s bats in check pitching a two-hit shutout victory on Monday.
Barton fanned 10 Norwich batters – nine swinging – and walked just one. “He was pounding the strike zone and getting ahead of the hitters,” said Norwich coach John Martinson. “He had great location with his pitches, and we had a hard time catching up.”
Nick Benson had two hits for Windsor including a double. David Goetz also had two hits in the win.
Norwich plays at Owego today and hosts Sidney in a non-league game on Thursday.
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David Barton (W) and Dan Hunsinger. Josh Borfitz (L), Bonney (6) and Thomas Kalicicki. Doubles: (W) Nick Benson, Jordan Doolittle, Edwards, Branden Kimble.
Afton 16, G-MU 6
AFTON – After toiling below the .500 mark much of this season, Afton wrapped up the regular season with a winning record downing G-MU Monday in a non-league matchup.
The Crimson Knights’ Paul Hamilton was 3-for-5 with four RBI, and Corey Mohrein along with Dylan Wilson had perfect 4-for-4 days. On the day, Afton rapped a season-best 17 hits against three G-MU pitchers. “Our bats definitely came alive, and we were stinging the ball all over,” said Afton coach Ron Rapp, whose club improved its record to 9-8. “We haven’t had a day like this all season. We were definitely in for a breakout game.”