Oxford Avenges Loss To Storm
Published: April 18th, 2008
By: Patrick Newell

Oxford avenges loss to Storm

Evening Sun Report

Baseball

Oxford 8, Unadilla Valley 6

OXFORD – Oxford jumped out to an early lead, and survived a shaky sixth frame to avenge last week’s loss to the Storm.

Nate Sortino pitched five innings and allowed just one run for the win. P.J. Hubman came on in relief in the sixth after UV scored a five-spot, and earned the save. “Nate pitched a great five innings and really was in control,” said Oxford coach Chris Palmer. “Other than the sixth, we played a really good game.”

Sortino aided his own effort finishing 3-for-4 at the plate with two runs and two RBI. Robert Amor matched Sortino’s day exactly, and Jared Hueth went 2-for-4.

Jake Curtis led UV with two RBI, while Tyler Peet and Justin Peek collected two hits apiece. “It was good to come back and get a win against UV, and it puts us on track for the division games,” Palmer said.

UV000 105 0 6 9 3

Ox201 401 x 8 9 2

Josh Wright, Justin Peek (4), Darin Garcia (5), Mason Wyman (6) and Jake Curtis. Nate Sortino (W), Hugh Witchella (6), PJ Hubman (6, Sv) and Robert Amor.

Windsor 15, Greene 2

WINDSOR – Dylan Kay put Windsor on the board with a three-run homer in the first, and the Black Knights’ nine-run opening frame highlighted a non-league win over the Trojans Thursday.

“We had a couple errors and hit a couple of batters (in the first inning),” said Greene coach Dave Gorton. “They scored nine runs on just four hits. I thought we played much better after the first inning, and I was pleased with our infield. The infield made a lot of good plays.”

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