Evening Sun Report
Sherburne-Earlville 9, Bainbridge-Guilford 8
SHERBURNE – Coming off a one-run loss on Monday, Sherburne-Earlville found itself on the plus side of a one-run outcome edging B-G in a non-league contest Tuesday.
After B-G surged in front by one with two unearned runs in the fifth, S-E replied with two runs of its own in the bottom half of the frame to take the lead for good. Jess Lathrop’s bunt single scored pinch-runner Brandy Harmon with the tying run, and Lexi Paul’s RBI single scored Lathrop to make it 9-8.
Winning pitcher Emma Hodges allowed just one baserunner over the final two innings to pick up the victory. Savannah Irwin had three htis and two RBI, Lexi Paul had two hits and two RBI, and Lathrop finished 2-for-3.
Taylor Lamont had two runs scored for B-G.
S-E (6-9) plays at Canastota Thursday.
B-G 020 420 0 8 5 5
S-E 300 420 x 9 14 4
Emma Hodges (W) and Lexi Irwin, Shelby Scheffler (6). Taylor Palmatier, Justine Pratt (6,L) and Megan Ferrara.
Hancock 9, Greene 1
HANCOCK – A break went Hancock’s way in the top of the sixth, and the Wildcats stretched their lead out with six runs in the bottom of the sixth in Tuesday’s win over Greene.
The Trojans closed the gap in the sixth to 3-1 when Lane Whittaker singled in a run. With runners on first and second and one out, Greene batter Alex Csigi was seemingly hit on the helmet by Hancock hurler Tyler Phillips. A dead ball was not ruled, though, and Greene’s lead baserunner was thrown out attempted to advance to third base.