Susquehanna Valley’s Matt Hassig went 3-for-3, including an RBI double to highlight a four-run first inning, and the Sabers escaped a seventh-inning jam for a 5-4 victory over visiting Seton Catholic Central in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference baseball game on Tuesday.
Seton CC had runners on second and third with none out in the top of the seventh after Tyler Krowiak doubled and David George reached on an error. Matt Merrill came in to relieve SV starter David Matthews and struck out the next two batters before getting Matt Ogozaly to fly out to right field to end the game.
Krowiak and Frabarr Huff had three hits each for the Saints.
Harpursville 3, Bainbridge-Guilford 2: At Harpursville, Jacob Andrews gave up two runs in five innings and Payton Dean went 2-for-3 with an RBI to lead the Hornets to the Midstate Athletic Conference victory.
Norwich 4, Seton CC 3: At Norwich, Hannah Eddy singled home pinch runner Payten Seiler with the winning run in the last of the seventh. Moore and Gabby Mirabito each tripled for the Purple Tornado, who had four players with a hit apiece. The Saints’ Francesca Spinelli was 2-for-3 with two RBI.
Whitney Point 2, Dryden 0: At Whitney Point, Courtney James tossed a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts to help the hosts to the Interscholastic Athletic Conference win.
Bainbridge-Guilford 9, Harpursville 0: At Harpursville, Megan Palmatier drove in three runs for B-G in the MAC win.
Owego 14, Johnson City 7: At Owego, Bre Howe had three goals and two assists, and teammates Emma Renda, Abi Higgins and Jenna Harris each added three goals for the Indians.
Boys Track & Field
Norwich 73.5, Windsor 63.5: At Windsor, David Bernstein’s double in the throwing circles featured a tidy 151-foot, 9-inch heave of the discus for the Purple Tornado.
Owego 90, Chenango Forks 79, Seton CC 3: At Owego, Joe McDonald and Parrish Bridges combined to win seven events, pushing Owego to a first-place finish. McDonald won the 100-meter dash (11.7 seconds), the 400 meter (56.9) and the 800 (2:10.6). Bridges took first in the 200 (25 seconds), the 1,600 (4:49.9) and the 3,200 (10:36.6). McDonald and Bridges were also on the winning team in the 1,600 relay along with Clayton Wolfe and Vince Duvall.
Oxford 3, Bainbridge-Guilford 2: At B-G, Timothy Hinman and Emma Hess came back from a set down in second doubles to secure the win for Oxford. With the match tied at two, Hinman and Hess dropped the first set, 6-1, to Casey Davis and Miah Cliffe, but bounced back to win 6-2 in sets two and three for the winning point.