King Ks 13 in no-hitter

WCCS’s Junior rightie Erin King etched her name into the record books by throwing a no-hitter Friday in the season ending 13-0 win against the Livonia Lady Bulldogs.

King’s stats; seven innings pitched, 0 runs, no-hits, 13 Ks, two walks.



King Ks 13 in no-hitter

WCCS’s Junior rightie Erin King etched her name into the record books by throwing a no-hitter Friday in the season ending 13-0 win against the Livonia Lady Bulldogs.
King’s stats; seven innings pitched, 0 runs, no-hits, 13 Ks, two walks.
Diane Cork led the game off with a double and scored off Sarah Wolcott’s single. In No. 2, Rachel Meyer doubled in a run and Wolcott singled in another. WC plated three more in the third, taking it to 7-0, and finished the job in No. 7 with the remaining six, with the Golden Eagles pounding out 16 hits (seven doubles) in the game.
Offensively for the Eagles; Sarah Wolcott was 4-4 with four RBIs, Diane Cork 3-5, three runs, a steal, an RBI, Courtney Smith 3-5, two RBIs, three runs, Rachel Meyer 2-4, three RBIs, a sacrifice, one run, Erin King 1-1, one run, Taylor Presti 2-2, Holly Mann 1-2, two runs, Katelyn Venable 1-2, an RBI, a run, and Laura Kahn one RBI.

KCS rally crushes Pavilion

A tight game turned topsy-turvy Friday  when the Lady Indians closed out their regular season and secured the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Class C2 Sectional classification.
The teams were knotted at 6-6 in Pavilion through six innings when the roof came off for the Golden Gophers after KCS's lead-off hitter Ashley Pierce doubled, and that ignited an 8-runthe 14-6 triumph to close out the regular season.
Hurlers Haley Russell and Rissa Smith combined on the pitching efforts giving up seven hits and two earned runs while fanning nine. On the offensive end; Catherine Mucha was 4-5 with three RBIs and Ashley Pierce was 2-2 in the seventh inning alone with a double.

Way-Coh splits at Mudville

At the Utica-based Mudville Tournament Saturday, the Lady Eagles emptied Salmon River (a top 20 Class B team) hopes with a 7-0 whitewashing.
This behind Rachel Meyer’s eight K, two walk, 3-hit shutout, and the eight positive hits on offense.     
In the title game, Way-Coh didn’t fair as well against Class A New Hartford ( Class “A”) who would take home the trophy with the 13-5 win in the Golden Eagles’ (15-4, 8-0) regular season finale. New Hartford opened the game scoring twice that WC countered with three runs of their own. It was the five in the second and four other hits by New Hartford in the fourth that would put a damper on the long ride home.
Erin King started on the slab working two innings, giving up four earned runs on four hits, striking out two, walking three followed by Meyer’s who pitched five for three earned runs on six hits, with five Ks and a walk. At the plate; Diane Cork was 1-2, one run, Taylor Welytok scored one, Courtney Smith 1-2, one RBI, Meyer 1-3, two RBIs, Sarah Wolcott 1-3, one run , two RBIs, Heather VanSon 1-3, Laura Kahn 1-3, and King and Holly Mann each batted 1-2.


KCS seals the win in the 1st   

It didn’t take long for the Keshequa bats to start swinging Tuesday (May 18) as they scored seven times in the first inning to cruise to a 9-3 victory over Perry.
In the explosive first, Keshequa had 2-run singles from Korey Gillen and Tim Jackson, Zach D’Angelo doubled a run home, Billy Learn singled another in, and a fielders choice off the bat of Tim Layland produced the other run. The Indians pulled off a double steal for a run in the sixth after Kyle Karst took home when the throw went to second. Korey Gillen then followed with an RBI triple to cap the orange and black's scoring.     
Tim Layland earned the win in six, for allowing only three runs (one earned) on five hits, and threw six Ks and walked three. Korey Gillen pitched the final, striking out a pair without allowing a hit or a walk. At the plate; Layland was 1-1, one run, Kyle Karst 1-3, a run, Dakota James 1-2, two scores, Gillen 2-4, three RBIs, one run,  Sean Mattle was 2-4, one run, Zach Todd 1-3, a run, Jackson 2-2, one run, Learn 1-3 with a run, and D'Angelo was 1-2 in the win.

Bulldogs bite Way-Coh – again

For the second time in the final few days of the regular season, the Livonia Bulldogs took a bite out of Way-Coh last Wednesday. A 3-run Bulldog third was enough to hand the Golden Eagles a 4-2 loss.
For Way-Coh (14-4, 5-2), Quint Baird took the loss going six, allowing one earned run on four hits, striking out four and walking two. Offensively; Tyler Thielges was 1-3 with a run and a steal, Jordan Wheaton 1-3, two steals, one run, Tim Weidman scored a run, and Freddie Kuhn was 1-1.

Indians pound Pavilion in finale

Keshequa put up a baker’s dozen Thursday in their season finale in a 13-2 win over the Pavilion Gopher’s at the Purple Palace.
Coach Ron Macomber Jr.’s boys scored in all but the fifth and sixth, plating two in the first by way of Korey Gillen doubling home both Dakota James and Kyle Karst. It became 5-0 after two innings and they kept it going in the third once Tim Layland punched out a 2-run homer.
Starter Dakota James picked up the win in four innings of 2-hit shutout baseball, striking out five and walking four. Gillen finished up, allowing two earned runs on three hits, striking out four and walking three. At the Indians (10-8, 6-2) plate; Layland 2-4 two runs, Karst 1-2, one run, Gillen 2-4, three RBIS, one run,  Sean Mattle 1-1, one run, Zach Todd 2-5, two runs,  Tim Jackson 2-4, three runs, Ben Johnson added a double, Adam Jett 1-1, one RBI, and Zach D’Angelo was 2-3 with one run.

Homers halt WC in season finale

Way-Coh and Wellsville met Friday, and the Eagles were met by the Lions’ long ball game when they hit a 3-run bomb in the first inning and a 2-run shot in the third for an as yet unanswered 5-0 lead. WC took advantage of some fielding miscues to score in the fourth, but so did Wellsville, making it a 6-2 game. Wayland-Cohocton drew closer in the fifth once Tyler Thielges and Cory Folts knocked in three runs, but the Lions sealed it in the sixth to take the 8-5 win in the regular season closer.
Neal Vecellio took the loss going six innings, giving up 10 hits, allowing five earned, while striking out two and walking one. The Eagles (15-5, 6-2) only scraped up a half dozen hits on the day from Cory Folts 2-4 with two RBIs, Jordan Wheaton 1-4, one RBI, Dane St. George 1-3, and Neal Vecellio and Tyler Thielges each went 1-4.