Sherburne Struggling At The Dish
Published: April 18th, 2014
By: Shaun Savarese

Sherburne struggling at the dish

Evening Sun Report


Adirondack 9, Sherburne-Earlville 1

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Sherburne-Earlville’s Zach Sampson’s RBI triple was the Marauders only hit of the game as they struggled at the dish in their third game of the season Thursday, a loss to Adirondack.

Sampson, a catcher, went 1-3 in the game and has a season batting average of .500, leading the team. He also leads the team in RBI, walks and extra base hits.

Sophomore Ben Khoury pitched five strong innings on a blustery day in Sherburne.

Khoury gave up eight hits, three earned runs and walked five in 20 at bats.

He struck out three to bring his season total to five.

He currently touts the best ERA on the team and leads the team in stolen bases with two.

SE plays Sidney today at Damasche field in Oneonta at 4:30.

Score by Inning:

SE. 000 100 0 1 4 5

Ad. 001 143 0 9 9 2

Zach Merriam (W) and Gavin Chambers. Ben Khoury (L), Brady Elderkin (6) and Zach Sampson. Doubles: (SE) Brady Elderkin. Triples: (SE) Zach Sampson.

Bainbridge-Guilford 12, Afton 5

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Bainbridge-Guilford came out swing Thursday, scoring three runs in the first inning and 12 in a win against Afton.

The Bobcats began with a lead-off double, followed by a single and another double.

“They hit the ball well in the first inning,” said Afton varsity baseball head coach Ron Rapp,


The Evening Sun

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