High school roundup: Matt Hassig leads Susquehanna Valley in 10 innings

High school roundup: Matt Hassig leads Susquehanna Valley in 10 innings

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High school roundup: Matt Hassig leads Susquehanna Valley in 10 innings

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Matt Hassig had a pair of run-scoring hits to send Susquehanna Valley to a 3-2, 10-inning victory over host Chenango Forks on Friday in Southern Tier Athletic Conference baseball.

Tied at 1 in the top of the eighth inning, Hassig drove in Lain Zembek to give the Sabers a 2-1 lead. Chenango Forks (7-9) would even the score in the bottom of the eighth when Elliott Butler singled in Chad Raychel.

After a scoreless ninth, Hassig slapped an infield single to plate Ryan Caroway with the game-winning run.

SV starter Matt Merrell pitched seven innings, with Jared Haskell pitching the final three innings to earn the win.

Vestal 7, Horseheads 2: At Vestal, Mike Osinski and Andrew Gleason both went 2-for-4 with two RBI’s to lead the Golden Bears (9-7) to their second straight STAC win.

Owego 4, Norwich 0: At Norwich, Logan Neira pitched a complete-game shutout to lead the Indians to a STAC victory. Owego’s Zach Zielinski went 3-for-4 with an RBI.

Newark Valley 15, Candor 2: At Newark Valley, Blake Novi had eight strikeoutsand allowed one walk to hold back the Indians.

Tioga 12, Newfield 1: At Newfield, Peter Simmons and Tanner Folk each had three hits with two runs scored and two RBIs to help the Tigers (12-0) pull away.

Trumansburg 9, Elmira Notre Dame 6: At Trumansburg, Collin Fellows was 2-3 with an RBI, including a double in the sixth inning to spark the Blue Raiders.

Softball

Union-Endicott 7, Corning 1: At Corning, Skyler Hoyt hit a two-run double in the third inning to help propel the Tigers past the Hawks.

Alexis Eastman pitched her fifth straight game for the Tigers, recording 13 strikeouts to top the Hawks. She finished the week with four wins and no earned runs.

Chenango Valley 17, Seton Catholic Central 2: At BAGSAI, Chelsea Henige went 5-for-5 with five RBIs as the Warriors (8-6) routed the Saints.

Henige smacked a two-run home run in the third inning, Sarah Munson added a fifth-inning grand slam and Dani Forbidussi finished 4-for-5 with three RBIs for CV.

Susquehanna Valley 13, Chenango Forks 10: At Chenango Forks, the Sabers homered twice and scored eight runs in the sixth inning and went on to defeat the Blue Devils in a STAC game.

Owego 10, Norwich 1: At Norwich, Kim Lavender went 3-for-4 with a triple, two RBIs and three runs scored to lead the Indians over the Purple Tornado.

Tioga 18, Odessa-Montour 0: At O-M, Sam Wood pitched a five-inning perfect game to lead Tioga (11-2).

Wood helped her own cause, finishing 2-for-4 at the plate with a double and a two-run homer.

Bainbridge-Guilford 6, Unatego 0: At Unatego, the Spartans took control early, scoring four runs in the first inning and holding Unatego to two hits.

Boys Lacrosse

Corning 12, Vestal 9: At Corning, Kyle Grimaldi had five goals and an assist while Sam Crush added a hat trick to edge the Bears in Section 4 play. The Golden Bears held the edge in both shots and faceoff wins, but goalie Nick Nehring made 20 saves to earn the victory.

Binghamton 8, Union-Endicott 6: At Binghamton, Joe Crowley scored two of the Patriots’ three goals in the final quarter as the home team rallied to victory in a Section 4 matchup.

Crowley tallied five goals in all.

Seton Catholic Central 9, Chenango Forks 8: At SCC, Dan O’Brien scored an unassisted goal with 1 minute, 57 seconds left to break an 8-all tie and give the Saints a Section 4 victory.

O’Brien combined with Brennan Levis to win 16 of 21 faceoffs for SCC (8-8).

Girls Lacrosse

Corning 18, Binghamton 4: At Binghamton, the Hawks controlled shots and draws to hold back the Patriots. Sara Grapevine led the Hawks with five goals and four assists.

Vestal 19, Owego 12: At Vestal, Owego had a strong performance from Cayla Harris’ 11 saves, but sophomore Noelle Patterson won 14 of Vestal’s 25 draw controls to set a school record and send the Bears to victory. Nicole Lyons also set a school record for Vestal in goals, registering eight and adding an assist. Tomasina Leska added five goals and five assists and Devon McKercher had a goal and four assists to lead the Bears.

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