Reyes breaks MVCC record


Mohawk Valley Community College's Luis Reyes broke a 27-year old baseball school record for stolen bases when he recently stole his 47th of the season.

Reyes, who is from Queens, leads MVCC's all-time list for a single season and career stolen bases. The record was previously held by currently New Hartford baseball coach Kevin Green for 27 years.

Reyes has 58 steals on 59 attempts this season which ranks him second at the National Junior College Athletic Association level.

MVCC takes pair

MVCC swept Sunday's doubleheader at SUNY Jefferson. The Hawks won by scores of 13-3 (6 innings) and 21-3 (5 innings)

Thomas R. Proctor graduate Jason Dejesus went the distance on the mound in game one allowing two hits while striking out three. Steven Bonilla and Proctor graduate Rob Conley led the offensive attack, Bonilla went 3 for 3 with a triple and three stolen bases. Conley went 3 for 4 with a double and a triple with three RBIs. 

MVCC put the second game out of reach early scoring 14 runs in the first inning on the way to a 21-3 victory in a game shortened to five innings. Proctor graduate Josh Duval had three hits to lead the offense. The Hawks tallied 16 hits and took advantage of 11 walks. Proctor graduate Felix DeAsa and Rome Free Academy graduate Kyle Clark combined on the mound for the pitching victory. 


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