Sauquoit Valley 17, Sherburne-Earlville 12
SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville threw a scare at Center State Conference Division II leader Sauquoit Valley Wednesday afternoon.
Nicole Burline had three doubles and went 4-for-5 for Sauquoit, who kept the runs coming in the contest to stay a step ahead of the Marauders. “We lost, but it was the best game we’ve played all season,” said S-E coach Michelle Parker. “We were relaxed at the plate and hitting the ball hard. It was fun to watch them, and not roll over after falling behind early.”
Three of S-E’s four errors came in the opening two innings, and led directly to five of SV’s eight runs.
Chelsea Beaudoin went 4-for-5 to lead S-E in hits, and Destinie Holmquist was 3-for-5 with four RBI. The Marauders finished the game with a season-high 16 basehits.
S-E hosts a doubleheader against Hamilton on Friday at Paddleford Park in Sherburne.
Svall 53 052 20 17 18 2
S-E 30 220 41 12 16 4
Shania Taylor (W) amd Vanessa Jecko. Destinie Holmquist (L) and Ashley Rundell. Doubles: (SV) Mikayla Clark, Taylor, Kelsey Walton, Nicole Burline (3) (SE) Rundell. Triples: (SV) Brianne Cardillo.
G-MU 11, Schenevus 9
SCHENEVUS – G-MU ended the regular season upending Tri-Valley League East Division leader Schenevus in six innings Wednesday.