HP remains perfect on diamond

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Holland Patent stayed undefeated in baseball, beating Carthage 6-2 in a non-league road game Tuesday.

Jake Beer was one out short of a complete game on the mound for the Golden Knights. He got the win, striking out eight and not allowing any earned runs.

Conner Stalker had two hits, including a home run for the Knights, driving in two runs. Rob Maciol had two hits, including a double, and two RBIs. Griffin Briggs was three-for-three with three RBIs.

HP is now 6-0 overall.

Camden wins again in south

Camden beat Berea of South Carolina 12-1 in the Mingo Bay Baseball Tournament in Myrtle Beach.

Josh Ott threw a complete game of five innings and got the win on the mound for the Blue Devils. The 10-run rule was used for this game, ending it after five innings rather than seven.

At the plate Eric Mitchell and Colin Stace each had two hits. Richie Paul led the way for Camden with three hits and 5 RBIs. Eric Mitchell and Richie Paul each had a double. Eric Mitchell also drove in four runs.

The team plays its third game of the tournament this afternoon against Palmyra-Macedon of Rochester.

Oriskany downs Adirondack

Oriskany held Adirondack to one run on one hit to win 9-1 on the road in Center State Conference crossover play.

Carl Graziadei got the complete game win on the mound for the Redskins, striking out eight. He also had two hits, including a double, as well as a run and three RBIs at the plate. Steven Armstrong also had two hits for Oriskany, with one run batted in.

Keagan Case took the loss for the Wildcats, going three innings and giving up four hits and walking five while striking out two. He gave up four earned runs.

The Redskins are 4-0 overall.

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