High school roundup: Union-Endicott baseball rallies by Vestal

High school roundup: Union-Endicott baseball rallies by Vestal

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High school roundup: Union-Endicott baseball rallies by Vestal

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Union-Endicott’s C.J. Krowiak scored on a grounder by Matt Eastman as the Tigers rallied for three runs in the seventh inning for a 4-3 victory over host Vestal in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference baseball game Monday.

U-E (11-1) trailed 3-1 entering the seventh inning, but singles by Austin Malarkey, Anthony Noce and Krowiak off Vestal reliever Mike Osinski loaded the bases before Joey Orlando delivered a two-run single that tied the score at 3.

Eastman then followed hit a grounder to Vestal second baseman Kevin Franz, who threw home on the play — but Krowiak got in before the tag to put U-E ahead 4-3.

Vestal put a runner on first with one out in the seventh, but U-E reliever Jared McStine got the final two outs for the save.

Noah Burchill earned the win, going 613 innings. He gave up four hits in the first inning, three of those run-scoring singles by Nick Wegmann, Jake Spellane and Andrew Gleason, as Vestal grabbed a 3-0 lead. Burchill, however, settled down after that, giving up three hits the remainder of the game.

Franz pitched six innings of four-hit ball for Vestal.

Johnson City 7, Susquehanna Valley 6: At Johnson City, Joe Hamden’s RBI single plated Colin Arvanitakis with two out in the sixth inning to break a 6-all tie as the Wildcats prevailed in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference game.

Johnson City (6-5, 6-3 STAC) trailed 6-2 entering the bottom of the sixth inning but scored four runs in the frame to tie the score at 6, the last run produced by Sam Cwikla’s RBI single that scored Nick Chilson.

Hamdem went 3-for-4 and reliever Dave Peet pitched two perfect innings for the victory.

Seton Catholic Central 6, Oneonta 0: At NYSEG Stadium, Michael Korchack tossed a 12-strikeout shutout to lead the Saints (7-4) to a STAC win. Neil McCormack finished 2-for-2 with two walks for Seton CC.

Horseheads 7, Binghamton 1: At Binghamton, Jake Burlingame tossed six innings of four-hit ball and also went 3-for-4 with three RBIs as the Blue Raiders defeated Binghamton. Cameron Dunn had an RBI single to produce the Patriots’ lone run.

Corning 12, M-E 0: At Corning, Nate Graham pitched a two-hitter for the Hawks.

Zach Sullivan was 2-for-2 with three runs scored and two RBIs, Ty Zimmerman went 2-for-2 with three runs scored and Dan Madden had three RBIs for Corning.

Chenango Forks 6, Chenango Valley 3: At Chenango Valley, Josh Maus’s bases-loaded single with two outs in the top of the ninth inning brought in three runs as Chenango Forks rallied past its rival.

The Blue Devils (6-8, 6-6 STAC) scored three runs in the seventh to tie the score, taking advantage of a pair of CV errors, with Nate Butler’s RBI single knotting the score at 3. It was the third time this season Chenango Valley (7-6, 6-6 STAC) lost a game it led by at least two runs in the seventh inning.

Jeff Lake pitched a complete game for Forks.

Windsor 14, Norwich 7: At Windsor, Josh Cady hit a two-run home run, finishing 2-for-4 with three runs scored and three RBIs as Windsor rolled. Frank Martino added three hits and two RBIs for the Black Knights, who scored runs in each of the first four innings to take an 11-2 lead.

Cody Barnes homered for Norwich, going 3-for-4.

Softball

Horseheads 2, Binghamton 1: At Binghamton, Jenna Richmond’s one-out double drove in the winning run for the Blue Raiders.

Mikayla Pourby pitched well for the Patriots (5-4), striking out 10 and walking none over eight innings. Kaily LaForce was 3-for-4 for Binghamton.

Corning 2, Maine-Endwell 1: At Corning, Hailey Blencowe hit a two RBI triple in the bottom of the fifth as Corning handed M-E its second loss of the season. Maine-Endwell’s Kim Jones struck out 10 batters and teammate Natalie Longo finished 2-for-4.

Union-Endicott 4, Vestal 0: At Union-Endicott, Alexis Eastman tossed a nine-strikeout shutout to lead the Tigers (9-3). U-E catcher Karleigh Eaton recorded a sacrifice fly and scored a run.

Chenango Valley 11, Chenango Forks 5: At Chenango Forks, Chenango Valley pounded out eight runs over the first two innings to jump on top of Forks.

Alexis Phillips went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and a triple for Chenango Valley, while Chelsea Henige went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and Jenny Kipp went 4-for-5 with a double and triple.

Susquehanna Valley 4, Johnson City 0: At Johnson City, Sophia Pappas pitched a complete-game shutout, finishing with 10 strikeouts for Susquehanna Valley.

Candor 17, Newfield 1: At Candor, Shania Shaver homered and scored four runs, and Martina Ayres went 3-for-4 with a double, triple and three RBIs as Candor cruised in the Interscholastic Athletic Conference game.

Boys Lacrosse

U-E 9, Elmira 6: At Union-Endicott, Peter Ciacelli, Chad Strauss, Ben Bedosky and Justin Flint all had two goals apiece to lead the Tigers.

Bedosky scored with 39 seconds left in the third quarter to put U-E ahead 6-5, and Flint followed with a goal as time expired in the quarter to make it 7-5.

Vestal 15, Chenango Forks 9: At Chenango Forks, Jake Nelson recorded three goals and three assists, Pat Carlin notched three goals and two assists and Corey Choberka tallied three goals to lead the unbeaten Golden Bears (13-0), who scored six third-quarter goals to take control of the contest.

Cody Lamond scored three goals and Ryan Bronson and Brandon Dutcher each had two for Chenango Forks (11-3).

Girls Lacrosse

Horseheads 13, Seton CC 7: At Seton Catholic Central, Erin Strollo and Crystal Powers scored four goals each for the Blue Raiders. Maeghan O’Brien had four goals for the Saints.

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