Sherburne-Earlville 5, Herkimer 4 (8 innings)
HERKIMER – Sherburne-Earlville grabbed its second tight victory in as many days coming from behind to defeat Herkimer Tuesday in extra innings.
Abbey Beaver tripled in the seventh inning to score Emma Hodges with the tying run. In the eighth, Miranda Wright clubbed a one-out triple, and she scored the game-winner on Taylor Hallberg's single.
"We had a couple misplays that cost us runs, but we came back, and the girls are finding it within themselves to stay with it and continue to play," said S-E coach Michelle Parker.
Beaver tripled twice in a 3-for-4 night, Hallberg was 2-for-2 with two RBI, and Savannah Irwin along with Crystal Beckwith finished with two hits.
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S-E 010 002 11 5 12 1
Emma Hodges (W) and Miranda Wright. Shannon Cool (L) and Megan Ball, M Zaleski (8). Doubles: (H) Ball, Bri Parks, M. Zaleski. Triples: (SE) Abbey Beaver (2), Savannah Irwin, Miranda Wright.
Unatego 5, Greene 3
OTEGO – Unatego snapped a 3-3 tie with two runs in the bottom of the sixth to defeat visiting Greene Tuesday.
Tori Halaquist doubled in one run and scored on Jenna Bullis' single to give the Spartans a two-run cushion.
Lydia Howard had two hits for Greene, who host Harpursville Thursday.
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Un. 110 102 x 5 8 2
Alex Thompson (L) and Maddie Brink. Ashley Hatzidakis (W) and Jenna Bullis. Doubles: (U) Newman, Tori Halaquist. (G) Laura Durdon, Lydia Howard. Triples: (G) Johns.
Chenango Valley 15, Norwich 14
NORWICH – Norwich's best offensive performance of the season went for naught as Chenango Valley rallied to defeat the Purple Tornado Tuesday afternoon.
The Warriors erased an 11-7 Norwich lead with seven runs in the top of the fifth. During that frame, NHS committed all four of its errors. Amber Wallach smacked an RBI double, and Chelsea Henige's single and three-base outfield error scored three more runs.
"We had our chances, and it all came down to that one bad inning," said Norwich coach Scott Moore.
Norwich's trio of Shannon Moore, Kassidy Seary, and Hannah Eddy combined for 11 hits and 13 RBI. Moore was 4-for-4 with three doubles, four RBI, and five runs scored; Seary went 4-for-5 with five RBI; and Eddy was 3-for-5 with four RBI.
Norwich threatened in the seventh scoring two runs to draw within one of CV before committing the final out. Moore had and RBI double, and Eddy drove in her team's final run.