Jennings leads Athens past Troy.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | April 19, 2017 | Photo courtesy The Review


Jennings leads Athens past TroyATHENS — Cody Jennings went 4-for-4 with a double, two runs and an RBI to lead Athens past Troy 10-3 in NTL baseball action Tuesday.

The Wildcats jumped out early, going up 5-0 after the first two innings en route to the win.

Ryan Kennedy went 2-for-4 with a double, three runs scored and an RBI as well for Athens, while Matt Collins had a double, a run scored and an RBI.

Marc Felt and Joe Parshall also had hits while Daniel Joyce, Nate Kennedy, Kaden Rude and Brock May scored runs. Joyce knocked in a run, too.

Parshall started and went the first three innings for the win. He struck out four while allowing one walk and one hit.

Joe Horn pitched the fourth, allowing three hits, one walk and two earned runs. Collins threw the next two innings, striking out three while allowing one hit, three walks and one earned run. Felt pitched the seventh, striking out one and allowing one walk.

Tyler Williams went 2-for-2 to lead the Trojans while Matt LaBadie had a double with a run scored and an RBI.

Nate Martin and Mason Bellows also had hits. Martin scored and knocked in a run with Bellows also getting an RBI. Bailey Cohick crossed home as well.

Bellows started and scores the loss, going five innings, to strike out one while allowing eight hits and seven runs, two of them earned.

LaBadie pitched an inning, striking out one while allowing one hit, one walk and three unearned runs.

Waverly 5, Sayre 2

In a cross-town match-up, it was the Wolverines getting the key hits to pick up the non-league win and hand the Redskins their first loss of the season.

The Redskins struck first in the bottom of the first as Sam Wheeler scored on a pass ball to go up 1-0.

Errors in the top of the second allowed Waverly to score three runs as Nate Bennett, Hunter Bodine and Eithan McEnulty all scored to put the Wolverines up 3-1.

Sayre got a run back in the sixth as Nate Sweet scored off a Connor Hanafin single to cut it to 3-2.

But Waverly added two more insurance runs in the seventh to secure the win. A Bodine triple brought in Brayden Roney, followed by McEnulty hitting a sacrifice fly to score Bodine.

Bodine went 2-for-4 on the day while McEnulty was 2-for-3. Grant Caplan was also 2-for-4 with a double and Dylan Cooney went 3-for-5 with an RBI. Bennett's double was Waverly's other hit.

Roney went the distance for the win, striking out three while allowing six hits, one walk and two runs — one of them earned — on 83 pitches.

Jon Cron went 2-for-3 to lead the Redskins with Wheeler, Sweet and Hanafin getting the other hits.

Jordan Rockwell earned the loss, going five innings to strikeout nine while allowing seven hits and three runs, none of them earned, on 96 pitches.

John Esposito went the final two innings, allowing three hits, one walk and two unearned runs on 25 pitches.

North Penn-Mansfield 13, Wellsboro 2

J.P. Shaw had one run, two hits, including one double, and two RBI to lead NPM to their 13-2 win over Wellsboro on Tuesday.

For NPM, Brendan Hill had one run and one hit, Kipp Hillson finished with one hit and one RBI; Dylan Williamson had one hit and two RBI; Nathan Mahonski, Dylan Meyer and Dewey Wise each had one run; Carl Dinger finished with one run, and one hit; Joel Whitteker had three runs, one hit and one RBI; Derrick Herbst had two runs and one hit; Justice Giarth finished with one run and two RBI; and Dylan Wesneski finished with one run, one hit and one RBI.

Dinger started the game for NPM, allowing two runs, one earned on five hits and two strikeouts. Hillson finished the last innings, striking out one and allowing two hits and no runs.

Dalton Prough and Silas Wagaman had doubles for the Hornets while Caleb Tennis, Cam Tennis, Carson DavisBrent English and Billy Lechler also had hits.

Prough and Wagaman both scored while Tennis and Lechler knocked in the runs.

Davis started and went 1 1/3-innings with one strikeout, six hits, four walks and 10 runs, eight of them earned.

Taynton Repard went the next 1 2/3-innings with two walks and one hit.

Lechler pitched the final inning, allowing two hits, three walks and three earned runs.

Towanda 11, Wyalusing 3

Lars Thomason pitched five and one third innings, striking out two and allowing two runs, one earned to earn the win in Towanda's 11-3 win over Wyalusing on Tuesday.

For Towanda, Keegan Kisner had two runs on one hit; Thomason had one run, two hits, including a triple, and one RBI; Tyler Bidlack finished with one run, one hit and two RBI; Ryan Bartholomew finished with two runs and a double; Ricky Smiley added one run, one hit and two RBI; Luke Tama had one run on one hit and Caleb Lines and Tanner Kunkle each finished with one run and one hit.

For Wyalusing, Riley God, Chandler Brown, Mike Wilcox and Brandon Brown each had one hit and Holdan Hitchcock and Kyle Warner each had one hit and one RBI.

Jon Morrison, Zach Bryun and Joe Wheeler each scored a run for Wyalusing.

Brown started the game for Wyalusing and allowed seven runs, two earned, on two hits in one inning. Warner relieved him for one inning and allowed two runs, one earned, and struck out one. Mason McGroaty pitched the next inning and one third, allowing no runs and striking out one.

Dyllan Merritt threw the next two thirds of one inning, striking out one. Shane Fuhrey pitched the next inning and two thirds and allowed two runs, none earned on three hits and struck out one. Wilcox pitched the last out and allowed one hit.

"It's nice to win a ballgame," Towanda coach Bill Sexton said. "We've been in every game and we've played better than our record suggests. It's nice for the boys to get one. Hopefully it's something we can build on."

Cowanesque Valley 4, Canton 0

Wynn Doan had three hits, including a double, two runs and two stolen bases to lead CV to their 4-0 win over Canton on Tuesday.

Chris Lingle and Owen Fitzwater each had a hit for CV; Christan Kemp had a hit and a run scored; Corey Wells had one run, one hit and an RBI; and Seth Huyler had one hit and two RBI.

Wells went the distance for CV, striking out six batters and allowing seven hits over seven innings.

For Canton, Brendan Landis, Ethan Landis, Silas Binford, Byron Marnati, Kaden Martell, Seth Robbins, Nate Deejan and Jeremiah McClinton each had one hit.

Canton's Marnati started the game and pitched 3 1/3 innings, striking out three and allowing no runs on three hits. Michael Smithers relieved him and struck out two and allowed four runs, three earned, on five hits. Uriah Baillie finished the last two thirds of one inning and retired the side on five pitches.

Tioga 30, Marathon 0

Tioga defeated Marathon 30-0 in local baseball action on Tuesday.

Pirece Hendershot had four runs, four hits and two RBI; Nick Cotto had two runs and one hit; Parker Hendershot finished with four runs, four hits and five RBI; Damon Rockwell finished with three runs and two hits; Hugh Singer had two runs, one hit and one RBI; Tyler Whitmore finished with three runs, two hits and four RBI; Will Lanning had two runs, two hits and one stolen base; Justin Rockwell contibuted four runs, four hits and five RBI; Gabe Martin had three runs, three hits and three RBI; Nick Klossner finished with one run and two hits; and Mitchell Taylor had one run, three hits and three RBI.