Mustangs hurler stymies Blue Devils; Purple Eagles post win over Irish
A big early scoring surge backed a steady no hit pitching performance as Medina shutout host Attica 13-0 this morning in a non league baseball game.
Trevor Luthart hurled the no hitter for the Mustangs striking out 9 and allowing no walks in the five inning contest.
Brian Fry and Chris Goyette both banged out a pair of hits to lead the Medina attack which got base raps from a total of eight players.
Aided by three walks and a single by Goyette, Medina jumped out to a quick 3-0 first inning lead.
Two more walks, along with a single by Fry and a sacrifice by Alex Allis, helped the Mustangs plate three more runs in the second inning.
Medina then broke the contest wide open by erupting for six runs in the third inning as Fry and Allis both had doubles and Luthart, AJ Seefeldt and Mat Saj all chipped in with singles.
Now at 9-2 overall, Medina next visits rival Albion at 4:45 p.m. Monday in a key Niagara-Orleans League game.
Albion 7, Notre Dame 4
Albion scored four quick runs in the first inning on three walks, an error, two hit batters, a fielders choice play and a single by Liam Ward to key a 7-4 non league win over Notre Dame this morning at Dwyer Stadium.
The Purple Eagles also scored twice in the seventh on a pair of walks, two fielders choice plays and a single by Isaiah Callicutt.
Vinnie Zona pitched the first four innings for Albion allowing just 2 hits and striking out 4.
Notre Dame 7, Lyndonville 3
Hampered by the loss of two players to injuries and two more to ejections, Lyndonville dropped a 7-3 decision to Notre Dame this afternoon in a Genesee Region League game at Dwyer Stadium.
Zach Johnson banged out a pair of triples for Lyndonville.
Roy-Hart 12, West Seneca West 6
Ben Schwab had 4 hits, including a home run and 6 RBIs, and Charlie and Jake Bruning both added 3 hits to lead Roy-Hart to a 12-6 non league win over West Seneca West. Jake Bruning had a pair of doubles and Charlie Bruning one.