Sabers Thwart Norwich With Big Third Inning
Published: April 28th, 2015
By: Patrick Newell

Sabers thwart Norwich with big third inning


Susquehanna Valley 13, Norwich 3

NORWICH – Norwich gave up nine runs in the top of the third inning to drop its fifth straight game on Monday.

Katelyn Page had a two-run single to start the SV inning, and Cici Clifford's grand slam capped the uprising.

"There were a couple of times we had two strikes on a batter, and Sus Valley put the ball in play," said Norwich coach Scott Moore. "Their extra-base hits were hit hard, but the rest of the balls just found holes, and their kids ran around the bases."

Jordan Sanford and Gabby Mirabito had RBI hits in the sixth for Norwich, and Bridget Murphy tripled in the seventh and scored on Shannon Moore's single.

Norwich (2-7) is at Windsor today.

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Sophie Pappas and Erika Harder. Hannah Eddy (L) and Jordan Sanford. Doubles: (SV) Hannah Haskell, Harder, Cici Clifford, Sara Yezzi. (N) Shannon Moore. Triples: (N) Bridget Murphy. HR: (SV) Cici Clifford.

Little Falls 11, Sherburne-Earlville 4

SHERBURNE – A three-run error in the fifth inning allowed Little Falls to rally from a four-run deficit in Monday's win.

With the bases loaded, Hannah Becker hit a line drive to third base that was misplayed in the outfield allowing all three baserunners – and Becker – to score.

"Emma (Hodges) did a great job on the mound trying the making things work and keeping the ball in play," said S-E coach Michelle Parker. "Defensively, we just didn't play well behind her."

Lauren Bennett had two hits for Little Falls, a Section III Class C finalist a season ago.

S-E's Abbey Beaver was 2-for-2 with a double and a triple, and Sierra Barker hit a solo home run in the third inning.

The Marauders play at Adirondack Wednesday.

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Claire Connolly(W) and Kaitlyn Duesler. Emma Hodges (L) and Miranda Wright. HR: (SE) Sierra Barker.

G-MU 12, Schenevus 11

COPES CORNERS – G-MU rallied from a 10-5 deficit after four innings to beat Schenevus in walk-off fashion Monday.

Down 11-10 entering the bottom of the seventh, the Raiders scored the tying and go-ahead runs on four straight basehits. Autumn Butler led off with a single, Kelsey Ross singled - her third hit of the game - and Jenna Bakhuizen tied the game with her third hit of the game. Katie Schultes ripped a single to left center scoring Ross with the winner.

Bakhuizen hit a two-run homer in the first finishing with three RBI. Elle MacPherson had four hits, and Schultes added two hits. "For not playing for a week and a half, we hit the ball pretty well," said G-MU coach Jim Johnson.

The Raiders (3-1) host Milford Wednesday.

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GMU 203 104 2 12 18 5

Scarlett Newman (W) and Katie Schultes. Dani Tefft (L) and Steph Pepaj. Doubles: (G) Molly D'Amato, Schultes. Triples: (S) Alexis Sisson. HR; (G) Jenna Bakhuizen.

Greene 20, Delhi 4 (6 innings)

GREENE – Greene scored in all but the first inning evening its mark at 3-3 with a six-inning, mercy-rule victory over visiting Delhi Monday.

Freshman Maddie Brink capped a big fifth inning for the Trojans with a bases-loaded triple.

Laura Durdon had two hits and three runs scored in the win, and Alyssa Sands added two hits and two runs scored.

Greene plays Harpursville at home Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. and follows that with a 6:30 p.m. clash against Unadilla Valley.

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Thompson (W) and Maddie Brink. B. Hall (L) and N. Sutliff. Triples: (G) Brink.

Sidney 32, Oxford 0

SIDNEY – Sidney lead-off hitter Kailyn Gravel homered twice driving in six runs, and Mackensie Gravelin also drove in six runs for the Warriors in Monday's shutout win over Oxford.


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