Athens tops NEB; Bad 8th dooms Waverly against Edison.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | April 16, 2013 | Photo courtesy The Review


2013 Athens vs. Northeast Bradford BaseballATHENS - The Wildcats beat Northeast Bradford 10-0 in five innings to pick up an NTL East baseball win Monday.

Troy Stivason went 2-for-3 with a run scored while Nick Vosburg went 2-for-2 with two runs scored to lead Athens at the plate.

Jon Kleiner added a hit while Curt Moore, Kleiner, Zane Vargason, Mike Estes and Stag Shadduck all scored. Tyler Forbes scored twice for the Wildcats.

Vargason got the win, striking out five while walking three and allowing one hit.

Jesse Stroud had the one Panther hit while James Zajac scores the loss, striking three while allowing two walks, three hits and four runs. Stroud and Nic Geiser also saw action for Northeast.

Edison 8, Waverly 1, 8 innings

WAVERLY, N.Y. - A 7-run extra inning propelled Edison to an IAC win Monday.

"Our defense, which is our strongest part of the team, had a bad inning," Waverly coach Kyle McDuffee said. "We need to find that switch to take it up a notch in a close game."

With the game tied at one Waverly had a chance in the sixth inning to go ahead.

"We needed a big hit in the bottom of the sixth with less than two outs and a runner on second," McDuffee said. "We didn't get it."

Patrick Bronson was strong in the loss, going 7 1/3-innings to strike out eight while allowing eight hits, four walks and two earned runs.

At the plate Anthony Girolamo went 2-for-3 for Waverly with a run scored while Cody marchese and Bronson had the other two hits. Brandon Michaud got the win for Edison, going eight innings and allowing four hits with three strikeouts.

"Both Bronson and Michaud did an excellent job," McDuffee said. "It was a good game to watch."

Sayre 9, Troy 7, 8 innings

The Redskins picked up an NTL East baseball win Monday.

Troy scored two in the first inning off three walks and one hit while Sayre came back to take the lead scoring one in the 3rd inning, and two more in the top of the fifth.

Troy answered with 3-runs in the bottom of the fifth to lead 5-3 going into the 7th. In the top of the seventh sayre scored 4-runs off three hits and one error. In the bottom of the 7th Troy scored two runs off two hits and a passed ball to tie the game back up.

In the top of the 8th Sayre scored 2-runs on two hits and a couple walks to take the lead. Troy led off the bottom half of the inning with two hits but couldn't answer.

Nick Skerpon started for Sayre going 5-innings with 5-runs allowed on three hits, seven walks and three strikeouts. Kyle Lake came on in relief to get the win with 3-innings pitched. He allowed 2-runs on three hits followed by Derrik Keir with the save behind two strikeouts to end the game.

Skerpon was 3-for-4 with four runs scored, David Mendola had two hits with a double and a run scored and Jake Wheeler had two hits and two runs scored. Also getting a hit was Cuyler Kochin, with Lake scoring a run along with Kochin.

For the Trojans on the mound Kyle Jackson pitched 6-plus innings with six runs allowed on five hits, eight walks and four strikeouts, Nathan Swain came on in relief in the 7th and started the 8th allowing three runs on two hits, two walks and one strikeout. Ryan Reeves closed the 8th with a hit, a walk and a strikeout.

At the plate for the Trojans Josh Mattocks was 2-for-3 with two runs scored, Chance Lantz was also 2-for-3 with 2-RBI, Jackson had a hit and run scored along with Landis Zimmerman. Kyle Schucker had a hit, Jarod Mattocks had a run scored along with Collin Binford who scored on a passed ball to tie the game in the 7th inning.

Troy will travel to Athens on Wednesday.

Canton 9, Mansfield 3

A 5-run fifth pushed Canton to an NTL West baseball win Monday.

Emmett Watson (2-for-2) and Wes Moore (2-for-3) led the Warriors at the plate with Watson adding two runs and an RBI. Moore also had two runs with an RBI.

Josiah Bardo, Chase Pepper, Garrett Wesneski and Kyle Landis also had hits. Bardo scored twice while Wesneski and Tanner Machmer scored once.

Pepper, Wesneski and Machmer also drove in a run.

Wesneski got the win, going 3-innings to strike out two while walking one. Jacob Barrett and Pepper also saw action with Pepper striking out two.

Taylor Hillson had two hits to lead Mansfield along with a run scored. Derrick Burd, Jarrod Burd, Bo Burleigh and Brady Andrews also had hits. Jarrod Burd and Andrews scored for the Tigers.

Hillson, Bryce Zaparzynski and Andrews pitched for Mansfield and combined for eight walks and two strikeouts.

Wellsboro 13, Williamson 6

The Hornets jumped out to an 8-0 lead after the first two innings to pick up an NTL West win Monday.

Williamson cut it to 8-3 after the third but four more runs in the fifth by Wellsboro secured the victory.

Ben Shaw (2-for-3) and Luke Rudy (2-for-5) led the Hornets at the plate. Shaw added three runs while Rudy had 4-RBI.

Dawson Prough was 1-for-1 with three runs while Nate Harding was 1-for-4 with 3-RBI.

Dawson Prough scored the win, going 5 1/3-innings to strike out seven while allowing three walks. Dylan Prough got the save, going 1 2/3-innings to strike out one.

Logan Everett went 2-for-4 with a run scored to lead Williamson while Chris Colegrove was 1-for-2 with two runs scored.

Matt Gee scored the loss.

Wellsboro will host Canton Wednesday.

Notre Dame 11, Newfield 1

The Crusaders picked up an IAC baseball win Monday.

Aaron Carson (3-for-3), Hunter Thomas (2-for-4) and Derek Marshall (2-for-2) led Notre Dame at the plate. Carson's included a triple with three runs scored while Thomas scored twice and Marshall scored once with 2-RBI.

Joe Prunier and Wyatt Martin also had hits, with Martin's a double. Prunier scored once while Martin had 2-RBI.

Tyler Boyles, Parker May, Kyle Metzger and Sam Bruner all scored for Notre Dame, Boyles also had an RBI.

Thomas scored the win, striking eight in five innings while allowing two hits and three walks. May went the final two with two strikeouts and one hit.

Jeremiah Wornifont went 1-for-2 with a triple and RBI to lead Newfield while Micky Beach scores the loss.

Notre Dame will host Candor today.

Tioga 11, SVE 3

Down 3-0 an Adam Layman 2-RBI single in the top of the fourth opened the flood gates for the Tigers. They would go on to score seven runs in that inning as they picked up an IAC win Monday.

Layman (2-for-4), Ryan Vergason (2-for-5) and Carter Jackson (2-for-4) led Tioga at the plate. Layman had two runs scored as well, Vergason scored once with 2-RBI while Jackson also crossed home.

Jake Howland, Peter Simmons and Travis Moyer also had hits. Jesse Manuel and Zach Baker scored twice while Howland, Dakota Skinner and Moyer scored once.

Howland and Moyer also knocked in one run each.

Simmons got the win, going five innings to strike out three while allowing four walks, six hits and one earned runs. Manuel struck out two in the final two innings.

Jesse Tillotson was the losing pitcher.

Tioga will travel to Odessa-Montour today.