Lewis’ two RBIs big over Bath

Dansville was in Bath Thursday for a rescheduled rain game and stopped the Rams in their own backyard 3-1.
The Mustangs defense played a big part as Steve MacDonald chased down a shot with the bases loaded in the fifth inning in deep centerfield. Sammy Diaz also made a defensive gem in left field when the junior outfielder gunned out a runner at the plate in the second inning.
Pat McMullin was stellar in the win with five strong innings of 5-hit baseball, with two Ks, two walks and only one earned run. Garrett Hoag then pitched two scoreless relief innings with no runs, one hit, three Ks and a walk. Offensively; Tim Rauber and Brandon Dugo were each 1-3 and a run, Kyle Lewis 1-2, two RBIs, and Steve MacDonald scored a run.

                                Steady offense sinks York

Keshequa scored in every inning Thursday except the second to down York by a 10-2 final.
Offensvie highlights were sacrifices by Sean Mattle and Tim Jackson and Korey Gillen solo homer in the third
Dakota James went the winning distance, fanning nine, walking two, while allowing just one earned run on five hits. The offense went; Tim Layland 1-3, one run, Dakota James 2-3, two runs, Gillen 2-4, two runs, Mattle 1-2, two runs, Zach Todd 2-3, one run, Jackson 3-4, four RBIs, and Billy Learn was 1-2 with a run.

                          Livonia downs Dansville in Dogwood

The Livonia Bulldog’s spoiled the Dogwood Festival party after defeating the Mustangs 8-3 Friday at Babcock Park.
After the Dogs scored a pair in the top of the first, the Mustangs countered by cutting their deficit in half when Sammy Diaz reached on an error and moved to second on a fielders choice. When Diaz attempted to steal third, the throw went wild and allowed him to score. The best the Mustangs could do is cut it to a 5-3 before the Livonia runs rolled in.
Ethan Perry took the loss pitching six, giving up eight earned runs on seven hits while walking four and getting one K. Brandon Dugo threw a scoreless seventh, striking out two. All the Mustangs offense could muster would be Mitch Lamerson's 3-3, one run, and Steve MacDonald and Diaz were each 1-3 with an RBI and a run. 

                             Devils thwart Indian comeback

Keshequa made a valiant comeback Friday, but Geneseo's three runs in the sixth ended the rally giving them the 9-5 win.
The were up 6-zip until the top of the fifth when Zach Todd singled, Adam Jett doubled and Tim Layland stepped to the plate and clubbed a 3-run homer and Kyle Karst made it back-to-back dingers making it a 6-4 game. The Devils then took control to win.
At the plate; Zach Todd was 1-2, one run, Tim Layland and Kyle Karst both were 1-4 with homers, Dakota James was 1-3 and  Adam Jett was 2-3. On the KCS hill, Dakota James went 5 1/3 innings giving up eight hits, five earned runs with five strikeouts, and Tim Layland came on to get the final two outs, walking two.

                               2-run Folts double keys win

Way-Coh padded their lead Monday with a 3-run seventh inning highlighted by a 2-run double by Cory Folts to defeat Hornell in the Maple City 7-3.
Neal Vecellio went the distance to get the win, giving up six hits, two earned runs, with three Ks and a walk. WC (14-3, 5-1) stats; Dane St. George was 1-2, a steal, two runs, Zack Nobles 2-4, a steal, one run, Jordan Wheaton 1-4, one RBI, one run, Quint Baird 2-3, two RBIs, one run, Tyler Thielges scored a run, and Cory Folts 2-4 and those two big RBIs.



                              You only need one to win it

Some fine pitching and defense were key elements in the Lady Indians 2-1 defeat of York Thursday.
The Indians scored in the second, York in the third to tie it and then Rachel Axtell’s hit sent Rissa Smith home with the go ahead run. The pitchers took over and nothing but goose-eggs showed up again on the scoreboard. Rissa Smith and Haley Russell combined on the pitching effort firing a 1-hitter striking out 10 between them. On the offensive side; Rachel Axtell and Katelyn Gelser were each 1-3 with an RBI, and Rissa Smith was 2-2 and one run.

                            Defensive lapses doom Dansville

Lady Mustangs’ errors led to five unearned runs in Thursday’s rescheduled rain game at Bath-Haverling, spelling doom for Dansville in a 6-4 loss to the Rams.
Dansville took the lead in the first when Jill Kahn tripled and then scored on an error. With Bath then up 2-1, Emilea Harrison clubbed a solo shot in the top of the third to tie things up.  Then the bottom fell out and though Dansville had a chance in the seventh they left the tying runs in scoring position when the final out was called.
Dansville mustered only four hits offensively, with Jill Kahn going 2-4 two runs, Danielle Denning 1-4, one RBI, Emilea Harrison 1-4 with a solo home run, and Emily Moore a run. Clarissa Swain took the loss in six,   allowing  only one earned run on seven hits, striking out six with three walks.

                             Way too much to not enough

Keshequa (11-2, 6-2) had the big sticks out on Friday, pounding rival Mt. Morris 25-1 count at the Devils Den. The Indians used a 7-run second, and a 10-run fifth to put the game out of reach as the orange and black pounded out 22 hits in the game. Leading the offensive charge were Shelby Hatfield who was 3-3 with two RBIs and Amanda Gath who went 2-2 with three RBIs.

                           Letchworth squeaks by Dansville

Even with exceptional pitching performances from both Clarissa Swain and Emily Moore Monday, the Lady Mustangs were limited to just five hits from a pair of freshman in a heartbreaking 2-1 loss to Letchworth.
Clarissa Swain got the loss hurling 5 1/3 innings of 3-hit softball, two earned runs, striking out 10 and walking five. Emily Moore threw the last 2/3’s, striking out one. Offensively; Jill Kahn was 3-4 and scored the lone run, Amanda Irish had the rest of the offense going 2-3 and driving in Kahn.

                               Miller frustrates KCS batters

The visiting Lady Yellowjackets came to Nunda on Monday and went home with a win under their belt as hurler Ashley Miller perplexed the Lady Indians on their home field allowing just five hits in an 8-2 win over KCS.
Perry stung the Indians early by scoring twice in each of the first two innings, tacked on a single run in the fifth, and three more to finish the job in the sixth. The orange and black mustered a pair of seventh inning tallies to break up the shut-out bid, but could not overcome Perry.