Oxford completes perfect week

Baseball

Oxford 5, Deposit 4

OXFORD – Another quick start carried Oxford to victory.

The Blackhawks scored three runs in the first to finish off a 4-0 week with a one-run win over Deposit Friday. In all four victories, Oxford scored at least one run in the opening inning.

Andrew Golden had a two-run triple in the first inning, and Matt Moore followed with an RBI groundout. One inning later, Cameron Heggie singled in a run, and he came in on Golden’s second triple of the game.

Heggie, Golden, and Jeff Lawton all went 2-for-3, and Golden pitched a complete game for the win. “It was a great week for us,” said Oxford coach Chris Palmer. “We’ve been able to get the early lead and make it hold up.”



Oxford (4-3) is at Bainbridge-Guilford today.

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Andrew Golden (W) and Matt Moore. Zach Gifford (L) and Trevor Stiles. Doubles: (D) Dan Babcock, (O) Kevin Davis. Triples: (D) Brock martin. (O) Andrew Golden (2)

Otselic Valley 12, Cincinnatus 4

CINCINNATUS – A six-run second inning was followed by a four-run third as Otselic Valley rebounded from its lopsided loss to DeRuyter on Friday.

Greg DeRochie went 3-for-4 with two RBI, Travis Sheldon had two hits and three RBI, while Waturu Sakamoto and Tyler Armstrong had two-hit, two-runs-scored afternoons.

Peter Robinson pitched one-hit ball over five innings to pick up the victory. “I was proud of the way we played,” said OV coach Jacob Preston. “It was a completely different team out there from the one that played Wednesday. We put the ball in play; the best we’ve done in two years.”

OV (3-3) plays a doubleheader at Brookfield Tuesday.

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Peter Robinson (W), Jon Liuzzo (6) and Howard Straight. Kody Steacy (L), Tyler Petty (4) and Josh Heath. Doubles: (OV) Travis Sheldon, Waturu Sakamoto.

Sherburne-Earlville 23, Ilion 1 (6 innings)

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville reached the 20-run mark for the second straight game blowing out Ilion Friday.

Nate Piazzi went 4-for-5 with four RBI, and Matt Crandall also drove in four runs for S-E. Piazza also picked up the victory striking out 10 and walking none.


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