Tornado's Trevisani Throws Seven Inning Shutout Over Seton

By: Shaun Savarese

Baseball

Norwich 1, Seton Catholic 0

Norwich’s Chris Trevisani pitched a complete game two hitter in Friday’s win over Seton Catholic.

Trevisani had one strikeout and only one walk, throwing 79 pitches in seven innings for his second win of the season.

‘He let them put it in play,” said Norwich varsity baseball head coach Rich Turnbull.

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Shortstop Jake Walsh was involved in seven plays including a sharp line drive double play in the fourth inning.

Norwich got it’s only run after Cody Barnes hit a one out double in the fourth and was scored by a Ricky Runyon sacrifice fly.

“The outfield is playing exceptional at the moment,” Turnbull said.

The outfield accounted for nine put outs, including six straight in he final two innings.

“Every outfielder made a put out in the last inning,” said Turnbull.

Score by Inning: R H E

Nor. 000 100 1 5 2

Set. 000 000 0 0 2 2

Chris Trevisani and John Yacano. David George and Tyler Krowiak. Doubles: Cody Barnes.

Clinton 13, Sherburne-Earlville 4

Clinton scored 11 runs in the second inning to defeat Sherburne-Earlville Friday.

SE pitcher Ben Khoury gave up six hits, hit two batters and walked four.

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Brady Elderkin came into the game in relief and allowed only one earned run and four hits in 4 2/3 innings of work.

Khoury moved to second base and turned a double play in the fifth inning.

“The bottom of thier lineup is tough,” said Sherburne_earlville varsity baseball head coach Brian Hicks.

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