Richfield Springs Tournament
Remsen 10, Schenevus 1
W: Nate Corr (1-1) L: Mike Miner 2B: Mark DiPerna (2), Corey Clark, Mike Cyr; Remsen Nate Corr was brilliant on the mound for the Rams as he pitched a complete game 1 hitter in the first round of the Richfield Springs Tournament over the weekend. Nate struck out 14 and walked 5 in his seven innings of work. Patrick Taylor led Remsen with 3 hits while Mark DiPerna had 2 doubles and 3 RBIs.
Gilbertsville-Mount Upton 13, Remsen 9
W: Alex Schmidt L: Mark DiPerna (0-3) 2B: Remsen; Pat Taylor: Mt. Upton; Corin Todd; 3B: Mt. Upton; Brenden Zucchi: Remsen; Mark DiPerna The Rams pounded out 13 hits off of Mt. Upton pitching but committed 8 errors in the field to drop a close one in the championship game of the Richfield springs Tournament. Mark DiPerna and Pat Taylor each had 3 hits apiece to lead the Rams on offense. DiPerna, Nate Corr and Kurtis Roberts each had 2 RBIs for the game.
Oriskany 4, Frankfort-Schuyler 3WP: Joe Doolen (2-2) LP: Andrew Talarico Records: Oriskany 8-4 (3-2)Pitching Battery: Oriskany: Joe Doolen, Mike Bunal (6), Joe Doolen and Travis Tyler Frankfort Schuyler: Aiello, Talarico (5) and Ludwig 2B: Oriskany: Brad Sahl (1), Noah Lupini (1) 3B: Frankfort: Andrew Talarico (1) RBI's: Oriskany: Jake O'Neil (2), Brad Sahl (1), Noah Lupini (1) Frankfort: Andrew Talarico (3) Game Highlights: Oriskany improved to 8-4 overall with a 4-3 CSC cross-over victory over Frankfort-Schuyler. Jake O'Neil's single drove in Noah Lupini in the top of the 7th inning to give Oriskany the 4-3 lead. Noah Lupini led the offense as he was 3-for-4. Joe Doolen took a no-hitter into the bottom of the sixth inning before
Notre Dame 13, New
Jamesville-DeWitt 17, New
Holland Patent 0-6 Ryan Bliss 42- Medalist Nick Stockhauser 42 Medalist Adam Kahler 43 George Vandresar 46 Ian Christoferson 48 Camden 6-2 Seth Aelams 36- medalist Jack Keil 39 Marcus Pattington 42 Austin Chandler 42 David Zeiders 44
Little Falls 183,