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Rams sweep two; Mustangs, Purple Eagles win

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 30 April 2018 at 9:14 pm

Roy-Hart swept to a doubleheader victory over visiting Wilson by scores of 10-9 in 12 innings and 4-3 to maintain sole possession of the Niagara-Orleans League baseball lead at 7-1.

Roy-Hart first pushed across a run in the bottom of the 12th inning to nip Wilson in the completion of suspended game. The contest had been suspended by darkness earlier in the season deadlocked at 5-5 after seven innings.

The Rams scored the decisive run as Al Xapsos singled, advanced on a single by Charlie Bruning and came home on a bunt single by Jake Bruning.

In the regularly scheduled contest, Roy-Hart erased a 3-1 deficit by scoring three times in the bottom of the sixth to nip Wilson 4-3.

Charlie Bruning and Charlie Brigham both had RBI singles in that decisive frame as an error plated the other tally.

The losses drop Wilson to 2-3.

Medina 19, Barker 5
Medina improved to 5-2 in N-O competition with a 19-5 victory at Barker.

Matt Saj had 5 hits, including two doubles and a triple, to lead the Medina attack as Nate Sherman added 3 hits and AJ Seefeldt, Brian Fry and Zach Fike 2 each. Fry’s hits included a triple.

Chris Goyette, Brett Riemer and Seefeldt shared in the pitching duties for the Mustangs.

Evan Ecker had 2 hits, Preston Harris a triple and Nick Brandt a double for Barker which slips to 0-9.

Albion 14, Newfane 3
Eupting for seven quick runs in the first inning, Albion went on to defeat Newfane 14-3 in an N-O game at Genesee Community College.

Two-run singles by Harrison Brown and Austin Dugan highlighted the decisive first inning uprising for Albion which was also aided by 4 walks and an error.

Bryce Pritchard had 2 hits on the day for Albion including a double.

Thomas Frmanski pitched the first 4 innings to earn the win on the mound as he allowed 4 hits and struck out 5. Nate Fearby hurled the final three innings giving up no hits and striking out 2.

Albion improves to 6-2 in the league while Newfane slips to 1-7.