Marauders, Blackhawks maintain division leads


Sherburne-Earlville 22, Morrisville-Eaton 2

MORRISVILLE – Sherburne-Earlville won its eighth straight game and is two wins from clinching a Center State Conference division title after routing Morrisville-Eaton Monday.

Caleb Brown pitched four spotless innings for his sixth win of the season. He did not allow an S-E baserunner and he struck out eight of the 12 batters he faced.

Mike Doscher and Stephen Buddenhagen provided a good chunk of the offense driving in five runs apiece. Brown, Buddenhagen, and Mike McCredy all had three hits for the Marauders (11-3), who host Ilion on Wednesday.

S-E 052 924 0 22 18 2

M-E 000 101 0 2 3 5

Caleb Brown (W, 6-2), Phil Price (5), Joe Moses (6), Mike McCredy (7) and Jake Sampson, Caleb Brown (5). Jordan Doroshenko (L), Cameron Brown (4) and Matt Pelton. Doubles: (SE) Stephen Buddenhagen (2), Jake Sampson, M. McCredy, J. Moses, Derrek Ferris.

Oxford 4, Bainbridge-Guilford 1

OXFORD – Oxford maintained a one-game division lead in the loss column getting a complete-game two-hitter from senior pitcher P.J. Hubman Monday.

Hubman didn’t allow a baserunner past second base until the seventh inning striking out 13 B-G batters.

At the plate, Hubman popped a solo homer in the third inning for the first run of the game. In the sixth, Eddie Grundner scored on a botched squeeze play, and John Corbett added a two-run single. “Both pitchers (Hubman and B-G’s Paul Parsons) pitched well today,” said Oxford coach Chris Palmer. “P.J. had good control and he did a nice job of mixing speeds.”

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