Sherburne-Earlville rallies late to tie the Tornado

NORWICH – The sixth inning once again spelled doom for the Norwich boys varsity baseball team, as they seemed to unravel at the seams when the late stages of the game was upon them.



After being up 5-0 over S-E as early as the second inning, Norwich seemed to be running away with the inter-Chenango County rivalry.

“We came out really hot like I wanted to after losing to Sus. Valley. And then Sherburne just never quit. So you've gotta tip you hat to a team that never quits,” said Norwich head coach Rich Turnbull.

S-E elected to allow their pitcher, number 29, pitch all seven innings, and even saw him pitch into the one extra inning as game was called after eight.


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