07/21/2017 11:22 PM
ONEONTA, N.Y. - The Oneonta Outlaws defeated the Onondaga Flames 5-2 on Friday night at Damaschke field on the arm of starter Jason Wasilnak (St. John Fisher), who hurled a complete game in the victory.
The Outlaws would jump out to an early 1-0 lead, Brendan Brundage (Rollings College) lead off the inning with a single. After advancing to third, Ian Fair (Northeastern) hit a sacrifice fly to score Brundage.
Wasilnak, a rising junior, was able to get through the first three innings without any damage. Heading into the top of the fourth, Webb Little (Ithaca College) led off the inning with a double, and after a strikeout, a fly ball to center would move Little to third. Webb would score on a wild pitch that tied the game 1-1 after 4.
In the bottom of the sixth inning, Nick Camilleri (Southern New Hampshire University) started things off with a double. After advancing Camilleri to third on a base hit bunt from Brundage, Onondaga starter Jake Binder (Ithaca College) would walk Ben Dubas (Alvernia) to load the bases. The senior pitcher would get out of a jam after only allowing one run to score putting the Outlaws up 2-1.
In the bottom of the seventh the Outlaws would tack another insurance run on as Aron Fried (Quinnipiac) reached base on a walk and would come around to score on Mark Flynn’s (Columbia University) RBI double.
Wasilnak would be able to hold the Flames score less through the fifth, sixth, and seventh. In the top of the eighth, Onondaga would score their last run of the game, Kyle Gallagher (Cornell University) reached base on a lead-off walk and would come around and score on Stephen Bennett’s (Canisius College) RBI single up the middle.
The Outlaws would get the run back in the bottom half of the inning, after Ian Fair led off with a double, Ben Rhodes (Siena College) would hit him in on his RBI triple. Rhodes would score on Aron Fried’s RBI single.
In the bottom of the ninth, Wasilnak ran into a little trouble as the first batter, Carson Negrete (Gonzaga), led off with a single. After retiring the next two batters, Kyle Gallagher (Cornell) worked a 2 out walk, but that wouldn’t be enough as Wasilnak retired the last batter.
Waslinak would throw a complete game, and gave up 2 runs on 7 hits, while adding 8 strikeouts. The Outlaws will be in action tomorrow as they take on the Utica Blue Sox, first pitch is set for 7 pm.