Norwich unable to contain Windsor bats

Evening Sun Report


Windsor 7, Norwich 1

WINDSOR – In spite of a spotless defensive performance, the Tornado were unable to contain Windsor’s batters in a road defeat Monday.

Tim Costello had two runs scored and lashed a two-run double in Windsor’s home half of the fourth to raise its lead to 6-1. “They had to earn everything, and they are probably one of the best hitting teams we’ve seen this season,” said Norwich coach John Martinson, whose club went error-free. “They hit it deep and found some gaps, and they were also able to string some hits together.”

Mike Moon had an RBI double in the third for Norwich to score Josh Borfitz and cut the Black Knights’ lead in half early on. That was just one of five Norwich hits on the day. “It just came down to us struggling at the plate,” Martinson said. “We didn’t put the ball in play enough to give us more opportunities.”

Norwich hosts Seton Catholic Central today and Chenango Forks Wednesday.

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Kyle Krause (W) and Jordan Doolittle. Mike Moon (L), Josh Borfitz (5) and Pat Coates. Doubles: (N) Moon, Richie Bonney. (W) Dave Goetz, Mark Murray, Matt Murray, Dylan Kay, Tim Costello.

G-MU 13, Morris 4

COPES CORNERS – G-MU rushed to a big lead with four-run frames in the opening two innings to capture its third win in four contests this season.

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