Marauders maul Mount Markham, 24-5

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S-E 24, Mount Markham 5

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville improved to 4-2 on the season with its best display of hitting this season, Friday afternoon against Mount Markham.

The Marauders homered three times and banged out a season-best 27 hits.

Jake Bohnert had four hits and four RBI with a two-run homer in the fifth, Mike Wilson was a perfect 4-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI, Dallas Moryl homered among his four hits with three RBI, while Cole Hodges, Felix Rodriguez, and Carter Cole all added three hits and three RBI, and junior Matt Smith had an inside-the-park home run.

“The kids stayed back on the ball and really drove it,” said S-E coach Brian Hicks. “Once we got through the lineup one time, we really started to hit the ball.”

Moryl pitched five innings to pick up his first win of the season.

S-E plays at Ilion today.

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Dallas Moryl (W, 1-0), Jesse Yerton (6) and Jake Bohnert, Mick Khoury (6). Matthew Bleakins (L), Dom Testa (5) and Jeff Roberts. Doubles: (M) Brent Hecker, Brandon Thomas. Doubles: (SE) Mike Wilson (2), Matt Smith, Triples: (SE) Carter Cole, Cole Hodges, Jesse Yerton. HR: (SE) Jake Bohnert, Dallas Moryl, Matt Smith.

Sophomores hurl wins for Greene

GREENE - Greene received a pair of complete-game victories from sophomores Zach Lindow and Nick Viglucci in beating Cincinnatus (18-3) and Sidney (8-3) this past Friday and Saturday.

Lindow, making his first appearance on the mound this season, needed just 87 pitches in giving up five hits for the win. “After giving up the homer in the first inning, he was great the rest of the way,” said Greene coach Steve Burghardt of Lindow.

Cole Browning tripled and homered for Greene driving in three runs. Joe Beckwith had three hits and two ribbies; Lane Whittaker drove in two on two hits; and Viglucci had three hits and one RBI.

Viglucci took the hill Saturday against Sidney, and needed just 73 pitches to negotiate the seven innings in the victory over the Warriors.

Locked in a 3-3 tie entering the seventh, the Trojans broke open the game with five runs. Whittaker hit a two-run single to unlock the tie, Beckwith followed with a two-run single, and Beckwith scored on Browning’s sacrifice fly.

“We shut Nick down before vacation because he had a sore arm, and he had not pitched in two weeks,” Burghardt said. “Sidney has a free-swinging team, and Nick was able to shut them down.”

A key statistic was holding Sidney’s key hitters Billy Kozak and Jon Wingate to a combined 0-for-8. In last year’s game against Sidney, Burghardt said Kozak and Wingate went 7-for-8 against Greene’s pitchers.

With the victories, the Trojans (5-5) moved back to the .500 mark and host Hancock today.

Greene 18, Cincy 3

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Tyler Petty (L), Dakota Steady (5), Chris Hall (6) and josh Heath. Zach Lindow (W) and Cole Browning. Doubles: (G) Bartholomew, (C) Rheinheimer. Triples: (G) Browning. HR: (G) Browning, (C) Steady.

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