Oxford-Norwich Beats Oneonta In Weekend Split Of American Legion Games
Published: June 17th, 2008
By: Patrick Newell

Evening Sun Report

Baseball

NORWICH – Oxford-Norwich Post 376 split its first two American Legion contests defeating Oneonta 12-3 in its opener before losing to Cherry Valley-Springfield 14-9 on Sunday.

Mike Moon went 4-for-5 with two doubles and six RBI in the win over Oneonta to support winning pitcher Christian Hotaling. Hotaling gave up three unearned runs over the first two innings and did not walk a batter in a complete-game victory.

Robert Amor had two RBI, Tim Clark finished with two hits and two RBI, while Paddy Law and Hotaling finished with three runs scored for O-N.

CV-Springfield scored nine runs in the seventh inning to rally past Oxford-Norwich.

Moon had a perfect day at the plate (4-for-4) driving in two runs. Amor added a 3-for-4 effort driving in two runs.

Oxford-Norwich is at Walton tonight, and hosts Greene/Afton on Wednesday and Sidney on Thursday at 6 p.m. at Norwich High School.

Any local players still interested in playing American Legion ball for Oxford-Norwich this season may contact head coach Ken Law at 336-6201.

Edmeston 5, Greene/Afton Post #692 3

Edmeston 13, Greene/Afton Post #692 5

Greene/Afton Post #692 8, Sidney 7

EDMESTON – Managing just one hit, Edmeston won the first half of a doubleheader sweep Sunday at home against Greene/Afton Post 692 in American Legion baseball.

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