Tonight’s action was highlighted by Oneonta sweeping Boonville in their doubleheader. These wins helped the Outlaws reach 20 wins this season.

Boonville Baseball Club 5, Oneonta Outlaws 9 (Game One)

Oneonta and Boonville traded a pair of runs in the early innings, the former on a two-run double for Evan Keegan (Castleton). The Outlaws responded to Boonville’s game tying attack with seven straight runs in the third and fourth innings. Keegan and Henry Pelinski (Emory) both hit two-run singles during the stretch. In the sixth, a two-run single off the bat of Scott Seeker and an RBI triple for Tim McHugh cut down Boonville’s deficit, but they could not complete the comeback. Jake Sandridge (St. Mary’s of MD) received the win after he threw all seven innings and allowed five runs.

Boonville Baseball Club 6, Oneonta Outlaws 7 (Game Two)

Boonville responded to the game one loss by scoring the first four runs of game two. Of the four runs, two came on a Dan Tauken home run, his third of the season. The Outlaws made use of the scoreboard in the third when Trevor Grieb (Cobleskill) scored on a passed ball but found themselves in a bigger whole late when Boonville added two more. Oneonta added five runs in the following two innings, setting themselves up to win it in the seventh. With two outs, Logan Hutter (Cobleskill) hit an RBI double to win the game. Mario Disso (Pittsburgh) was the lone player for Oneonta with multiple RBIs while Tauken drove in three during his two-for-three night.

Albany Dutchmen 2, Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs 3

Mohawk Valley jumped out to a lead in the first inning where Garrett Musey (Goldey-Beacom) hit a sacrifice fly. The score held until the fifth inning, where Albany tied the game on a Chance Checca (Herkimer CC) RBI single. Once the game made it to extra innings, Pete Durocher (Manhattan) drove in the game-tying run with a triple. Durocher then scored himself on an error by the left fielder, winning the game. Doug Marose (Towson) started for the winning side and allowed just five baserunners in seven innings. Arlo Marynczak (Siena) struck out seven in six innings for Albany.

Jamestown Tarp Skunks 1, Utica Blue Sox 5

The Blue Sox scored their first run on a first-inning RBI double by Dewey Roden (Le Moyne) and then added to it with Will King’s (Eastern Kentucky) RBI single in the third. Lukas Schramm (Kentucky) and Avery Lee (Marshall) drove in two of Utica’s three runs in the sixth which gave them a commanding lead. Jamestown scored just one run in the game: a ninth-inning RBI single by Brandon Lane (Seton Hall). Jacob Roettgen (Jefferson) took home the win for his five-inning, two-hit performance.

Glens Falls Dragons 3, Saugerties Stallions 13

Glens Falls controlled the first part of the game, leading the Stallions 3-1 through their half of the fifth. Saugerties unloaded 12 runs on the Dragons over the final four innings played. JP Tighe played a key role in the surge, hitting two doubles and driving in three runs. Garrison Berkley (TCU) and Brandon Fish (UMass-Lowell) each had three hits for the Stallions. For Glens Falls, Phillip Krpata (St. Joseph’s) went four for four from the leadoff spot.

Geneva Red Wings 0, Auburn DoubleDays 12

Auburn took their lead in the first when Ryan Cesarini (St. Joseph’s) drove in JC Peacher (Georgia Southern) who walked to get on base. After being held scoreless for two innings, the DoubleDays scored 11 runs between the fourth and fifth innings before the game was called. Ryan Bailey (Alfred State) received the win, allowing one hit in the five innings. The lone hit came off the bat of Max Hitman (St. Joseph’s). Kobe Stenson (Siena) drove in three runs for the DoubleDays, while Peacher and Dylan Mackenzie (SUNY Cortland) each drove in two. Geneva’s pitching staff combined to walk nine batters, allowing Auburn to score their 12 runs on six hits.

Batavia Muckdogs 8, Elmira Pioneers 6

Batavia outscored Elmira 8-3 over the first two frames. Four of the runs came on two doubles by Kyle Corso (Columbia). Corso finished the game with three hits. Tyler Cannoe (Salve Regina) also drove in two runs and scored as many himself. Starting in the third inning, RBI hits from Gil Merod (Ithaca), Bobby Marsh (Penn State), and Cooper Smith (Seton Hall) helped the Pioneers crawl back into the game. Ultimately, Elmira could not complete the comeback and Aiden Cooney (Rochester) received the win for his three innings of relief. Cooney allowed two hits and one run in that time.

Watertown Rapids 13, Newark Pilots 3

Watertown posted seven runs in the first three innings, outscoring Newark 7-1. Colin Hageman (UW-Stout) and Anthony Manisero (Molloy) came up big during this stretch, hitting a two-run double and a two-run single respectively. The Pilots were shutout following Michael Doyle’s (NJIT) RBI, and the Rapids scored six runs in the sixth to end the game early. Manisero led Watertown with four RBIs, while Clay Grady (Virginia Tech) added three RBIs and four hits, one of which a triple. Josh Ruiz (El Paso CC) pitched every inning for the Rapids, allowing four hits and one run.

Sunday’s Schedule:
Batavia at Jamestown: 4 pm
Niagara at Geneva: 5:05 pm
Elmira at Newark: 5:05 pm
Watertown at Boonville: 6:20 pm
Amsterdam at Saugerties: 7:05 pm