Oriskany’s offense keeps on rolling in road victory
It seems there is no stopping Oriskany’s offense these days as the Redskins erupted for 19 runs off 20 hits in a 19-6 Center State Conference baseball crossover road victory over host Old Forge on Friday.
Noah Lupini led the offense as he was 4 for 6 with four doubles and six RBIs while Brad Sahl added three hits and two RBIs.
Mike Bunal, Nate Keating, Ed Lee, and Joe Doolen each had two hits apiece for the Redskins, which improved to 7-4 overall.
Tyler McCorduck, 2-0, picked up the win on the mound after the team broke out for six runs in the fourth and 10 runs in the fifth to put the game away. The Redskins have outscored their opponents 77-22 during their four-game winning streak.
West Canada tames Wildcats
The Adirondack Wildcats had their two-game winning streak snapped with a 10-4 setback against visiting West Canada Valley in a CSC crossover game.
West Canada, 8-4 overall, took a 4-0 lead after three innings and cruised to a comfortable 8-0 lead before the Wildcats broke their scoreless drought in the fifth inning.
Jared Wiedmer and Shane Roberts each had doubles for the hosts.
Marty Candee was hit with the loss on the pitcher’s mound while Josh Sternberg earned the win on the bump. The Wildcats dropped to 8-3 overall.
Smith guides Bulldogs to win
Westmoreland junior Dan Smith threw a complete-game on the pitcher’s mound and drove in three runs at the dish to help guide the Bulldogs to a 14-9 victory over host Canastota during a CSC crossover game.
Smith tallied 11 strikeouts and allowed one walk and four earned runs to pick up his third pitching win of the spring while providing a team-tying three runs driven in along with Jason Arcuri and Will Cotter.
Cameron Hoddod was saddled with the loss for Canastota.
The Bulldogs are 9-2 overall on the season.
HP drops third straight
New Hartford pitcher Nick DiCrisi cooled the Holland Patent bats as the Golden Knights dropped their third straight game after a 10-0 shutout during a Tri-Valley League matchup at New Hartford.
HP grounded into three double plays and only had four hits in the game as they dropped to 1-4 in the TVL and 3-5 overall.
DiCrisi gave up two hits with three strikeouts through five innings of shutout ball.
Jordan Roberts took the loss, allowing six walks and recorded four strikeouts through five innings of work.