Chenango Valley baseball player Matt Personius set two school records on Monday in the Warriors’ 9-2 victory over visiting Dryden in a nonleague contest.
Personius finished the game 3-for-4 with three RBIs, three runs scored, two triples and a stolen base. During the game, the senior catcher set school records in career stolen bases with 30, and career triples with 7.
“He’s a great kid who does all the little things, goes above and beyond all expectations, and is a great leader,” Warriors coach Mike Allen said of his three-year starter. Personius broke the stolen base record previously shared by Chris Ruffo (2011-13) and Mike White (1998-99) and the triples record that was previously shared by five other players.
Kolby Ross added a 3-for-4 with three RBI line, and starting pitcher Zach Cole recorded the win for CV (3-2).
Johnson City 7, Windsor 1: At JC, Nick Chilson and Logan Baburchak each had two RBIs in the bottom of the fifth inning, helping the Wildcats pull away for a Southern Tier Athletic Conference win.
Susquehanna Valley 6, Chenango Forks 4: At SV, Dave Matthews finished 1-for-3 with an RBI and two runs, and Cody Pritchard went 2-for-2 with a RBI and run scored helping the Sabers (1-4) edge the Blue Devils in STAC play.
Andrew Ziegenfus and Nate Butler each tallied an RBI for Forks (4-3).
Norwich 11, Oneonta 6: At Oneonta, Norwich got two hits and three RBIs from Cody Barnes to pace the offense in an 11-6 win over Oneonta in a STAC game. Chris Trevisani added three hits for the Purple Tornado. Oneonta got a pair of hits from Noah Sheehan in the loss.
Unatego 6, Deposit 4: At Deposit, Kellen Komenda went 2-for-3 with two RBIs, and pitched the seventh inning picking up the save for Unatego.
Tioga 10, Watkins Glen 5: At Tioga, Tanner Folk finished 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored, helping the Tigers (3-0) win an Interscholastic Athletic Conference matchup.
Candor 21, Moravia 9: At Candor, Damon Ogden and Jordan Bartolis each drove in four runs helping the Indians win in a rout.
Thomas A. Edison 3, Odessa-Montour 0: At Odessa-Montour, Thomas A. Edison held Odessa-Montour (1-4) to only four hits and did not allow any runs for a shutout win in a IAC matchup. Edison (6-1) had four hits in the first inning to score two early runs and were aided by four Odessa errors.
Trumansburg 13, Spencer-Van Etten 2: At Trumansburg, catcher Justin Meddaugh had a pair of hits and drove in three runs to lead the Blue Raiders past Spencer-Van Etten in a conference matchup. Trumansburg pitching combined to strike out 13 hitters. Gaige Gregoire had a double and two RBIs for the Panthers.
Maine-Endwell 3, Binghamton 1: At Maine-Endwell, two errors by the Patriots lead to two Spartan runs as Maine-Endwell defeated Binghamton 3-1 in a STAC game on Monday. Taylor Chidester had two hits and a pair of stolen bases in the win.
Windsor 7, Johnson City 0: At JC, Windsor’s Kylie Buchek finished 2-for-4 with two RBIs in the STAC victory.
Paige Rauch and Mara Kolhbach combined to hold Johnson City (1-5) to just two hits overall.
Tioga 10, Watkins Glen 0: At Tioga, sophomore Sam Wood pitched a complete game shutout, striking out twelve, and walking only one. She currently has 50 strikeouts to just one walk so far this season.
At the plate, Wood finished 3-for-4 with two triples, three RBIs and two runs scored to lead the Tigers (4-1).
Candor 7, Moravia 6: At Candor, Sarah Gordner hit a game-winning fielders choice in the bottom of the seventh to give the Indians (3-4) an IAC victory. Kellsie Giordano hit an RBI triple to tie the game, then scored the winning run.
Thomas A. Edison 20, Odessa-Montour 1: At Odessa-Montour, starting pitcher Leigha Jones threw a complete game one hitter and struck out nine as the Spartans easily won 20-1 over Odessa-Montour. Erica Golden had a pair of doubles and three RBIs to lead Edison.
Deposit 16, Unatego 1: At Deposit, the Lumberjacks cruised to a Midstate Athletic Conference win 16-1 over Unatego (1-4). Starting pitcher Kassi Cook struck out 10 in a complete game and also contributed to the scoring with a two-run homer. All nine starters for Deposit (5-0) had at least one base hit
Oxford 18, Walton 10: At Oxford, Rheia Benedict hit a first inning grand slam to propel Oxford (1-2) to a MAC victory.
Ithaca 17, Union-Endicott 9: At Union-Endicott, Juliet Miettunen scored six goals as the Little Red beat the Tigers in a section 4 matchup. Kylie Sposito added four goals for Ithaca as they controlled the shots at a 30-16 margin. Lisa Leska and Madison Temple each scored two goals for Endicott.