High School Roundup: Swartwood, Trumansburg shut down Groton in baseball

High School Roundup: Swartwood, Trumansburg shut down Groton in baseball

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High School Roundup: Swartwood, Trumansburg shut down Groton in baseball

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One day after junior left-hander Cam Lueder tossed a no-hitter, Mitchell Swartwood nearly made it two in a row as the Blue Raiders rolled to their second victory in as many outings this season.

A fifth-inning single was all Swartwood allowed as host Trumansburg rolled past Groton, 21-2, Friday morning in Interscholastic Athletic Conference action. Alex Shippy and Glen Addicott provided the offense for the Blue Raiders, combining for six hits and seven RBIs as the home team put the game away early with nine runs in the first inning.

Shippy went 4-for-4 with a double and three RBIs while Addicott was 2-for-4 and drove in three runs.

Anthony Goodsell broke up Swartwood’s no-hit bid for the Indians (0-1), who scored single runs in the fifth and sixth innings. The Blue Raiders were ahead, 12-1, after 4 innings and scored eight more runs in the fifth.

Trumansburg travels to Whitney Point on Monday, while Groton visits Union Springs.

Lansing 9, Newark Valley 0: The victories keep piling up for the Lansing baseball team, as the defending state Class C champion Bobcats ran their two-season win streak to 29 games on Thursday by defeating the Cardinals.

Sam Currie got the victory for Lansing (3-0), going the first six innings before infielder Ellington Hopkins worked the seventh and got the save.

The Bobcats took charge early, scoring three times in the first inning and twice more in the second.

Nathan Shutts took the loss for Newark Valley (0-2).

Lansing is scheduled to take on Groton Wednesday, while Newark Valley hosts Elmira Notre Dame on Monday.

Waverly 19, Newfield 3: Zack Saxon belted a three-run homer and starting pitcher Dylan Perry went 5-for-5 with six RBIs as the Wolverines grabbed an early 6-0 lead and went on to beat the Trojans Thursday in Waverly.

Perry went four innings on the mound, yielding just one hit while striking out seven and walking one.

Cody Frederick took the loss for Newfield, which is back in action Monday at Spencer-Van Etten.

Edison 4, Notre Dame 0: Brandon Michaud tossed a complete-game shutout, and Joey Ducote and Jake Mahantka both had three hits and an RBI as the Spartans scored three times in the first inning and cruised to victory.

Notre Dame is at Newark Valley on Monday.

Softball

Groton 20, Trumansburg 4: Ruthanne Forehand pitched a four-hitter and went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Groton past Trumansburg in the season-opener for both teams.

Forehand had a double, a triple and drove in three runs. Batterymate Steffanie Preston chipped in a pair of doubles and four RBIs, Tiffany James went 4-for-4 with a double, and junior Allee Wheaton went 3-for-3 in her varsity debut.

The Indians scored at least twice in all seven innings, including five runs in the sixth and three more in the seventh.

Groton travels to Union Springs on Monday, while the Blue Raiders visit Whitney Point.

Girls lacrosse

Chenango Forks 13, Dryden 1: Sierra Torillo scored six goals and Karley Harmon made 12 saves as Chenango Forks defeated Dryden.

Ryachel Kenyon and Brittany Mazursky had two goals apiece for the Blue Devils. Victoria Leyburn scored for Dryden.

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