Vikings Avenge Loss
Published: May 18th, 2007
By: Patrick Newell

Vikings avenge loss

Otselic Valley 4, DeRuyter 3

SOUTH OTSELIC – OV scored in the bottom of the seventh inning to avenge a one-run defeat to DeRuyter and finish the regular season at 9-3.

David Cerasani was hit by a pitch to lead off the last frame, and he moved to third on Greg Evans’ single. Taylor Duell’s second RBi single of the game scored Cerasani with the winner.

Cerasani and Aaron Wood each had triples in the game, and Brian Graham allowed five hits for the win.

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Brian Graham (W) and David Cerasani; Meacham (L) and Newton. Doubles: Triples: (OV) Cerasani, Aaron Wood.

Edmeston 12, G-MU 2

COPES CORNERS – G-MU committed eight errors in the first two innings, the majority of which led to nine Edmeston runs in Thursday’s Tri-Valley League game.

Matt Laymon hit a two-run triple in the first, and five errors combined with two walks led to five runs in the second. Jordan Williams tacked on a two-run homer in the fourth for the Panthers. “We didn’t play very well the first two innings, after that we did okay,” said G-MU coach Jim Johnson, “but the damage was done.”

Nate Sloan had two hits for G-MU, who play at Greene today.

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Alex Stevens (W) and Jordan Williams, Jesse Howell (7). Cody Hall (L) Luke Hall (5) and Luke Hall, Corin Todd (5). Doubles: (G) Paul Wildfeir; (E) Anthony Wolcott. Triples: (E) Matt Laymon. HR: (E) Jordan Williams.

Ilion 5, Sherburne-Earlville 3

ILION – Ilion defeated S-E in a non-division matchup Thursday evening to cap the Marauders’ regular season. A box score was not available at press time.

Softball

Edmeston 9, G-MU 0

COPES CORNERS – Edmeston pitcher Katie Dennis was not perfect, as she was in the first meeting with G-MU. What the Panthers’ pitcher was, was again unhittable tossing a second no-hitter against the Raiders this season.

She fanned nine, walked one, and was supported by April Bartlett’s 3-for-4 day and one RBI. “We hit the ball at them, and again they made the plays,” said G-MU coach Tina Cole. “They have a solid defense all the way around.”

G-MU finishes 3-14.

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