Errors sting Norwich in loss to Sus Valley

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Susquehanna Valley 13, Norwich 7

NORWICH – Norwich committed a season-high 10 errors, and dropped back-to-back games for the first time this season losing at home Friday to Susquehanna Valley.

The Sabers scored eight runs over the first two innings on just four hits. During those two innings, the NHS defense committed seen errors.



“It was terrible defense on our part, and it gave them a big lead early,” said Norwich coach John Martinson. “We were battling our way to get back into the game the rest of the way. (The errors) were a big surprise at this time of the season. This is not the way you want to be playing heading into the playoffs.”

Matt Antonowicz was 3-for-4 to lead Norwich with two doubles and three RBI.

SVall 530 101 3 13 12 3

Norw 310 012 0 7 10 10

Josh Swanger (W), James Chantry (6) and Matt Zawiski. Josh Whaley (L), Justin Lindenthaler (3) and Thomas Kalicicki. Doubles: (N) Lindenthaler, McCullough, Matt Antonowicz (2). Triples: (N) Lucas Follett

Unadilla Valley 1, Delhi 0

DELHI – Unadilla Valley’s Travis Conklin tossed one of Unadilla Valley’s best games of the season pitching a two-hit shutout in Friday’s road win at Delhi.

The only offense UV mustered came in the opening inning. Brandon Miles reached on an error and moved to second on a stolen base. Miles scored after Brett Smith’s infield groundball was misplayed.


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