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Notre Dame edges past Holley: Lyndonville, Kendall post wins

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 27 April 2015 at 12:00 am

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Holley’s Justin Parker puts down a bunt during the Hawks narrow 2-1 home field loss to Notre Dame this afternoon.

A last inning rally came up just short as Holley dropped a 2-1 decision to visiting Notre Dame this afternoon leaving both teams at 5-1 in Genesee Region League baseball competition.

Trailing 2-0, Holley rallied for a run in the bottom of the seventh on singles by Justin Parker and Jon Bower and an error. Parker had 2 hits on the day.

Another single by Joe DeFelice then loaded the bases for the Hawks but Notre Dame pitcher Tyler Prospero got out of the jam on a ground out to preserve the narrow win for the Irish. Prospero scattered 6 hits and struck out 6 on the afternoon.

Holley also failed to score on a bases loaded opportunity in the fifth.

Dylan Hillabush likewise went the distance on the mound for Holley giving up 6 hits and striking out 8.

Holley first baseman Lucas Silvis stretches to take a throw and get the out on Notre Dame’s Tyler Prospero.

Lyndonville 5, Elba/Byron-Bergen 0

Lyndonville bunched all of its scoring into a big two out seventh inning scoring burst to blank host Elba/Byron-Bergen 5-0 in a G-R game.

A  single by Michael Wells and a hit batter set the stage for Lyndonville’s dramatic last inning uprising. Jacob Hoffee then banged out an RBI single for what proved to be the game winning run. Brandon Schoolcraft and Eric Neace followed up with back-to-back two-run doubles to break the contest open.

Ty Hrovat went the distance on the mound for the Tigers allowing just 1 hit with 14 strikeouts and 1 walk.

Kendall 5, Attica 4

Kendall rallied late to nip visiting Attica 5-4 in a G-R contest.

Trailing 4-3, Kendall first tied the game in the fifth on an RBI single by Jake Richardson. The Eagles then scored the game winner in the sixth as Mookie Nauden singled and came home on an RBI single by Zach Vogt.

Vogt had a total of 3 hits on the day and Colton Breslawski 2.

Justin Barrett picked up the win on the mound for the Eagles scattering 8 hits and striking out 6.