OV wins 10th straight game

Evening Sun Report


Otselic Valley 3, Madison 2

SOUTH OTSELIC – Otselic Valley stretched its winning streak to 10 games with its third – and most difficult – win over Madison this season.

An infield grounder by Chase Marsten was booted by Madison allowing OV to score the winning runs in Thursday’s matchup. “Baseball is a crazy game and you don’t know from one day to the next,” said OV coach Dave Loomis. “We have been hitting it well, and tonight we hit it okay, but they made some good plays at times, and we left guys on base. It was one of those days things didn’t come easy.”

OV (12-3) plays a non-league game at Hamilton today.

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Brian Graham and Cerasani. LaPlatta and Staring. doubles: (OV) Olin, (M ) Staring.

G-MU 7, South Kortright 4

COPES CORNERS – Coming off a non-league loss to DeRuyter the day before, G-MU rebounded with a win over Delaware County League division champion South Kortright on Thursday.

In the decisive sixth inning, Luke Acanfora had an RBI, and Tyler Fuller stepped up to deliver a pinch-hit two-run single.

“I was worried coming off a tough road loss, and especially because this was our fourth game in a row,” said G-MU coach Jim Johnson. “I thought we bounced back well against a pretty good team.”

Andrew Delmar had two doubles for G-MU (10-5) and one RBI. The Raiders play at Hancock today.

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Tyler Wildfeir (W) and Corin Todd. Kyle Hotaling (L) and Josh Palmitier. Doubles: (S) Palmatier, (G) Wildfeir, Andrew Delmar (2).

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