Think RIT Saturday Baseball Wrap: Spezzano shines for Le Roy;  Joy explodes for Warsaw - Pickin' Splinters

Suppose RIT Saturday Baseball Wrap: Spezzano shines for Le Roy; Pleasure explodes for Warsaw – Pickin’ Splinters

Meinders beat North Rose-Walcott for the one hundredth win of head coach Charlie Foster’s profession. (Picture submitted)

Parker Farnham went 4-for-4 and hit a house run shy of the cycle to steer Churchville-Chili’s 16-hit assault. Josh Campbell went 3 for 4 with an RBI and three runs scored. Anthony Shortino was 3-for-5 with three RBI. Cooper Romich doubled, drove in two runs, walked twice and scored twice. Bradon Reyna was 2-for-2 with a stroll, two RBIs and three runs scored. Michael Sardu tripled and drove in three runs. Jaylen Lopez singled, walked twice and scored twice. Dom Morsch was 1-for-3 with a stroll and two runs scored. Drew Stewart began and struck out two over 4 innings to select up the win. Lopez threw a scoreless inning of aid. Spencerport’s Zach Lumberton went 2 for 3 with an RBI and a run scored. Frank Grade singled, walked, drove in a run and scored one other run. Nicholas Freville doubled and drove in a run. Brian Streb was 1-for-3 with an RBI. Sean Cannon singled and scored. Kyle Milburn additionally crossed house plate for the Rangers. Spencerport scored three runs within the high of the primary earlier than Churchville tied the rating within the house half earlier than including 4 runs within the second and third frames.

Drew Stewart capped the rally within the backside of the inning with a sacrifice fly to carry Cherville-Chili. Michael Sardu got here house with a successful streak. Stewart struck out two and retired all three he confronted in a single inning of aid to select up the win. Evan Putney began and struck out 10 over six innings, permitting two runs (one earned) on one hit and three walks. Josh Campbell completed 2-for-4, together with a one-out RBI double that scored Jaylen Lopez with the tying run within the backside of the sixth inning. Lopez received the singles recreation. Parker Farnham went 2-for-3. Cooper Romich was 2-for-4 with a double. Bradon Reyna singled, walked and scored a run. William Smith singled and drove in two to provide Canandaigua a 2-1 lead within the fourth. Matt Pawlicki and Jack Clark every walked and scored.

VICTOR (5-1) 1
Michelle Schalberg and Adam Ruffalo every had a pair of hits for Victor. Weston Elkovich began and went the space on the mound for Victor.
Vince Firenze went 2-for-3 with two RBIs for West Genesee, which scored all 4 runs within the third inning. Collin Crinin threw six and three to select up the win for West Genesee.

WATERLOO (1-4) 9
Devin Mulvey-Salerno had seven hits in 5 and one third innings in a recreation that gave Waterloo a 7-0 lead in the course of the fifth inning. Mulvey-Salerno completed 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored. Casey Burcroft went 2 for 4 with a stolen base and two runs scored. Hayden Linehan was 2-for-4 with two RBIs, two runs scored and a stolen base. Greece Odyssey/Olympia’s Chris Coriano went 2 for 3 with a stolen base and a run scored. James Schlueter singled, scored and struck out three over 5 innings. Ty Van Epps additionally had a single.

FAIRPORT (4-1) 9
Sam Miller completed 2-for-3, together with a two-run triple within the third that gave Fairport a lead it will not relinquish. Miller scored Steven Rizzolo and Will Stanek for a 3-2 lead. The junior additionally struck out 9 over 5 innings to select up the win. The Crimson Raiders tacked on 5 extra runs within the fourth inning. Rizzola went 2-for-3 with a triple, a stroll and two runs scored. Stanek singled, walked twice and scored twice. Scott Thompson was 1-for-3 with two RBI. Owen Andreata related on a solo house run. Jonathan Roussel singled and scored. Matt Bartusek and Jack Bushnell every had one. Jackson Rucker struck out one and retired all three batters he confronted in a scoreless inning of aid.

MINDERS (1-2) 6
Sophomore Alan Plummer struck out 9 and allowed one earned run on 4 hits in a whole recreation to earn his first varsity win.
Jaydon Rirko led the Meinders offense with two doubles, an RBI and two runs scored. Nico Franzone scored twice and scored a aim. Ethan King added an RBI sacrifice fly. Brody Heron and Jake Prain walked and scored. Robert Meeks singled and scored. Tommy Rook made a base hit. Carson Keigh drove in a run with a fielder’s selection. The win was Minders head coach Charlie Foster’s one hundredth profession victory.Axton Paul pitched 4 innings for North Rose-Walcott, permitting 5 hits and no earned runs. Paul additionally went 1-for-2 on the plate with an RBI.

GANANDA (1-6) 1
MIDDLEAKES (2-0) 2nd
Kyle Coomey struck out 9 batters over 5 and a 3rd innings and went 2-for-4 on the plate with a triple and a run to steer Midlakes. Jackson Nurse additionally had two hits and an RBI. Brady Day doubled, singled and stole two bases. John DeBoever hit a double, drove in two runs, and ended the sport on the mound, getting the ultimate 5 outs. Nathan Laird and Noah Frere are each single. Gananda’s Henry Shutts struck out 12 in 5.2 innings and had a double with a double. Brady Wadswart, Maddox Stoughton and Owen Switzer all singled.

NAPLES (3-0) 5
Charlie Grove tossed 6.1 innings whereas Traugott Uhlen and Drew Reigelsperger every collected two hits to steer Naples. Grove struck out two and allowed 4 runs on six hits and two walks. The senior additionally excelled, strolling and scoring a run on the plate. Uhlen completed 2-for-4 with a double, an RBI and a run scored for the Huge Inexperienced, who opened with 4 runs within the first inning and ultimately took a 5-0 lead. Reigelsperger was 2 for 3 with an RBI and a run scored. Donivan Todd doubled, drove in a run and scored one other run. Cade Rathbun had an RBI single. Grady Grove had a single. East Rochester’s Noah Walschleger completed 2-for-3 with a double and scored a run within the seventh because the Bombers reduce a five-run deficit to 1. Landon Wohlschleger singled, walked twice and scored a run. Tyler Leisten and Collin Kempf singled, scored and drove in a run. Ryan Flanagan singled and scored.

GENESEA (3-1) 3
Le ROY (3-1) 11
Alex Spezzano struck out 9 and allowed 4 hits in 6.2 innings to select up his second win of the season. The sophomore additionally doubled, singled, stole three bases, drove in two runs and scored two extra to steer the Oatkan Knights to their third straight win. Adam Woodworth went 2-for-2 with a double and two RBI. Cal Koukides was 2-for-2 with three RBIs. Luke Caccamis had two hits, two runs scored and an RBI. Ryan Whitney tripled, singled and drove in Genesee. Kellen O’Brien had an RBI single.

YORK (1-3) 4
WARSAW (2-1) 15
Ty Pleasure threw 5 innings and completed one run shy of a triple to steer Warsaw. Pleasure struck out eight, permitting 4 runs on 4 walks and two hits. He completed 3-for-4 with a grand slam, two runs and a stolen base. Patrick Klump went 2-for-2 with a three-run house run, three RBIs and three RBIs within the win. Carter Bakowski went 2-for-3 with a stroll, two RBIs and a run scored. Jake Cornell was 2-for-4 with a double, a run scored and an RBI. Bailey Shell doubled, walked, stole a base and scored two runs. Jake Pangrazio and Liam Ezzard had singles for York.

LIVONIA (4-3) 14
Brady O’Keefe and Jack TeBeau completed 3-for-3 to steer Livonia to its third straight win. O’Keefe hit a house run and scored three runs. TeBeau had two RBIs and two runs scored. Connor Benitez began and struck out three and allowed three hits in six innings. Connor Feehan had two hits, together with a triple. Alex Benitez had two hits. Marcus Brehm, Michael Gemmell and Matthew Clark all hit singles for Approach-Co.

DANSVILLE (2-0) 21
PERRY (1-4) 3
Cole Williams struck out 5 and walked two to select up the win. Reid Martin completed 2-for-4 with a double, three RBIs and three stolen bases. Mason Mann went 3-for-3 with two stolen bases, two walks and an RBI. Nick Fisher was 2-for-4 with a house run and three RBI. Aidan Ziffel homered and drove in two in three at-bats.

PAVILION (2-3) 5
Pavilion’s Joe Forti struck out 4 in six innings. Teammate Landen Stoddard went 3-for-4 with a single, two doubles and an RBI. Zach Tillotson was 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI.

KESHEKWA (1-3) 0
PAVILION (2-3) 15 (5 innings)0
Landen Stoddard struck out six in a five-inning shutout and went 2-for-3 with a double and three RBI. Zach Tillotson, who went 2-for-2 with a double and three RBIs. Evan Kingdon doubled with a hit-by-pitch and drove in two runs. Ryan Williams related on an RBI single.

KENDALL (2-1) 1
Ryan Fitzpatrick struck out seven batters in 4 innings and had a team-high three hits, together with a double, to steer Notre Dame-Batavia. Taking a 1-0 lead within the third inning on an RBI single by Joe DiRizio, Notre Dame scored 5 runs and took a 6-0 lead because of RBI hits from DiRizio, Hayden Groff, Fitzpatrick and Brayton Berry. Jayden Sherwood pitched three innings for ND and struck out six. Jay Antinor has two hits. Chase Antinor singled. James Fox collected a pair of singles for Kendall. Louis Conte and Vincent D’Agostino each had successful for the Eagles.

ELBA (1-3) 2

An enormous seven-run second inning was key for Oakfield-Alabama because the Hornets received their fourth straight. Aiden Warner and Kyle Porter completed with three singles and two RBI. Sean Alexander doubled and singled together with two RBI. Colton Yass had a triple and a single. Austin Pangrazio had two RBIs and a double. Bodie Hyde doubled. Brayden Smith had an RBI.

FILMORE (3-0) 27
HINSDALE (1-2) 0
Luke Colombo had a no-hitter with eight strikeouts for Fillmore, the staff’s second straight no-hitter. Zach Sisson, Damon Potter and Brent Zubikowski all hit back-to-back house runs within the second inning for Filmore, a body wherein they scored 15 runs. Every of the hitters for Filmore registered successful, whereas Nolan Krzeminski and Mitchell Ward every tallied 4 base hits. Sisson, Zubikowski, Potter and Jude Beardsley every had three hits. James Hillman had two hits and Colombo singled.





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