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  • SCHOLASTIC BASEBALL: Mohawk's win streak ends at seven

  • MAY 2 SCHOLASTIC BASEBALL ROUNDUP



    The Cooperstown Redskins snapped Mohawk’s seven-game winning streak Wednesday with a 14-5 victory over the Mohicans at Doubleday Field.



    (ALSO: Saratoga Catholic 12, St. Johnsville 5; Poland 12, Old Forge 3; Frankfort-Schuyler 7, Mt. Markham 4; Adirondack 5, West Canada Valley 4; and Richfield Springs 15, Worcester 3.)

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  • COOPERSTOWN 14, MOHAWK 5
    The Cooperstown Redskins snapped Mohawk’s seven-game winning streak Wednesday with a 14-5 victory over the Mohicans at Doubleday Field.
    Mohawk, a 3-2 winner at home when the teams met to open the season  one month earlier, fell behind 5-0 in the second inning then gave up seven runs in the third.
    Jarrett Hotaling and Nicolas Knull each had three hits for the Redskins; Hotaling drove in three runs and Knull drove in two. Ben Pierson contributed a two-run single during the five-run second inning.
    Chance Homa had two hits and drove in  a run for Mohawk.
    COOPERSTOWN REDSKINS 14, MOHAWK MOHICANS 5
    Mohawk    000 140 0  —  5   8  1
    Cooperstown    057 002 X — 14 16  2
    W — Kevin Huggins. L — Dylan Bubb. 2B — Mohawk, Chance Homa; Cooperstown, Huggins, Derek Liner. 3B — Cooperstown, Jarrett Hotaling. Records — Mohawk 8-2; Cooperstown 6-4.
    SARATOGA CATHOLIC 12, ST. JOHNSVILLE 5
    ST. JOHNSVILLE, N.Y. — The Saratoga Catholic Saints played from behind twice Wednesday and defeated St. Johnsville 12-5 at Soldiers and Sailors Park.
    The visiting Saints scored three times to in the top of the fifth inning to tie the game at 4. St. Johnsville scored a run  in the bottom of the inning take a 5-4 lead before Saratoga Catholic plated six runs in the sixth.
    Jesse Winters gave up two runs in the first inning and two more in the second but settled down to pitch a complete game for Saratoga Catholic with seven strikeouts. Johnny Vicciarelli had three of St. Johnsville’s seven hits against Winters.
    John Natale had three hits for Saratoga Catholic. Andrew Hadeka doubled and tripled.
    SARATOGA CATHOLIC SAINTS 12, ST. JOHNSVILLE SAINTS 5
    Saratoga Catholic    010 036 2 — 12 12  1
    St. Johnsville    220 010 0  —  5   7  3
    Winters to Czarnecki. Klock, Jaikin (6) to Johnson. W — Winters. L — Klock. 2B — Saratoga Catholic, Hadeka. 3B — saratoga Catholic, Hadeka. Records — Saratoga Catholic 9-1, 5-1 WAC North; St. Johnsville 7-5, 4-3 WAC North.
    POLAND 12, OLD FORGE 3
    WEBB, N.Y. — The Poland Tornadoes scored five runs in the fifth inning Wednesday on their way to a 12-3 win at Old Forge.
    The Tornadoes had led 4-0 before the Eskimos struck for three runs in the bottom of the fourth inning.
    Wes Wright pitched a five-hitter for the win. He struck out eight Old Forge batters.
    Justin Huckabone, Jared Maury, Max Morrissey, Trevor Pillmore and Mitch Jones each drove home one run for Poland.
    POLAND TORNADOES 12, OLD FORGE ESKIMOS 3
    Poland    112 052 1 — 12  8  1
    Old Forge    000 300 0  —  3  4  5
    W — Wes Wright. L — Garrett Pavlus. 2B — Poland, Zak Cavoly; Old Forge, John Gaffney. 3B — Poland, Bryce Wenzel, Troy Weakley. Records — Poland 10-2, 5-1 CSC-IV; Old Forge 1-6, 0-5 CSC-IV.
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 7, MT. MARKHAM 4
    Page 2 of 2 - FRANKFORT, N.Y. — Joe DeSarro pitched a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts Wednesday in the Frankfort-Schuyler Maroon Knights’ 7-4 win over the Mustangs of Mt. Markham.
    The Maroon Knights took a 6-0 lead with four runs in the first inning and two in the second.
    Justin Kiesow had three of the seven Frankfort-Schuyler hits and Dave Aiello added two.
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER MAROON KNIGHTS 7, MT. MARKHAM MUSTANGS 4
    Mt. Markham    003 001 0 — 4  2  4
    Frankfort-Schuyler    421 000 X — 7  7  3
    W — Joe DeSarro. L — Matt Bleaking. 2B — Frankfort-Schuyler, Dave Aiello, Zach Perri. Records — Mt. Markham 0-8; Frankfort-Schuyler 5-5.
    ADIRONDACK 5, WEST CANADA VALLEY 4
    BOONVILLE, N.Y. — The Adirondack Wildcats evened the score with West Canada Valley by beating the Indians 5-4 at home Wednesday.
    West Canada Valley had beaten the Wildcats 7-1 Saturday in Newport.
    Adirondack’s Cody Buhler allowed two earned runs on three hits over six innings in the rematch. Ryan Dellerba had two hits for the Wildcats and Devin Riegler drove in two runs.
    Frank Dufford drove in two runs for West Canada Valley.
    ADIRONDACK WILDCATS 5, WEST CANADA VALLEY INDIANS 4
    West Canada Valley    002 001 1 — 4  3  1
    Adirondack    130 100 X — 5  6  1
    W — Cody Buhler. L — Josh Sternberg. Sv — Justin Kranbuhl. 2B — West Canada Valley, Frank Dufford; Adirondack, Mitchell Moore. 3B — West Canada Valley, J.Sternberg. Records — West Canada Valley 5-4; Adirondack 4-5.
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS 15, WORCESTER 3
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N.Y. — Luke VanRiper broke a 3-all tie with a two-run single in the third inning and the Richfield Springs Indians went on to beat Worcester 15-3 Wednesday.
    The Indians added a run to their lead in the fourth ining then scored nine times in the fifth.
    Ben Smith had three hits and three runs batted in for Richfield Springs. VanRiper, Keegan Wheelock-Tanner and Joe Gardner each had two hits and Wheelock-Tanner earned the win in relief of Smith.
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS INDIANS 15, WORCESTER WOLVERINES 3
    Worcester    030 000 0  —  3   7  1
    Richfield Springs    122 190 X — 15 15  1
    Dylan Baker, Rick Stein (6) and Chris Mralvja. Ben Smith, Keegan Wheelock-Tanner (3), Tom Worobey (7) and Luke VanRiper. W — Wheelock-Tanner. L — Baker. 2B  — Richfield Springs, Worobey. Records — Richfield Springs 7-1, 6-1 TVL.
    Compiled From Times Staff Reports
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