Holley downs rival Kendall; Lyndonville wins

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 24 April 2018 at 8:35 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Holley’s Matt Skehan, left, and Kendall’s Mason Kurhn started on the mound this afternoon in the host Hawks win over the rival Eagles.

Holley  blanked visiting rival Kendall 7-0 this afternoon in a Genesee Region League baseball game.

Holley scored what proved to be the game winner in the second inning as Mike Passarell singled and scored on a hit by Erik Balys.

Mike Passarell bangs out a hit for Holley.

The Hawks later put a lock on the victory by scoring six times in the sixth inning highlighted by a double by Patrick Bower and singles by Passarell and Brandon Dillenbeck.

Matt Skehan, who started, and Sam Lammes, who came on in the second inning, combined on a 1 hitter with 13 strikeouts for the Hawks.

Mason Kuhn, who pitched the whole game for Kendall registering 8 strikeouts, also had the Eagles lone hit.

Lyndonville 13, Pembroke 3
Rebounding from a pair of league losses, Lyndonville downed host Pembroke 13-3 in a G-R contest as Bryce Seddon hurled a 4 hitter with 3 strikeouts.

Trailing 3-1, Lyndonville moved on top by scoring three times in the third inning in on a two-run single by Oskar Heinsler an an RBI single by Zach Johnson.

The Tigers later put a lock on the victory by erupting for 8 runs in the fifth inning as Johnson had a two-run double, Noah Heinsler a two-run single and Kane Flynn an RBI single.

Akron 11, Albion 7
Akron stayed perfect at 5-0 in Niagara-Orleans League competition by outlasting visiting Albion 11-7.

Steve Wagner had 3 hits and 2 RBIs and Jacob Cummings 2 hits and 3 RBIs to lead the Akron offense as Brennan Murty picked up the win on the mound.

Bryce Pritchard and Nate Fearby both had triples and Liam Ward a double for Albion.

The Purple Eagles are slated to face the Tigers again at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Medina’s Vets Park.

The loss drops Albion to 3-2 in N-O action.

Kendall first baseman Hunter Menze stretches for the throw but Holley’s Matt Skehan beats it out.