Lyndonville ‘9’ scores victory over Attica; Holley-Kendall surges past Pembroke

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 10 May 2021 at 7:45 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Lyndonville’s Anthony Moule goes high to get a throw at first base during the Tigers win over visiting Attica this afternoon.

Three early runs proved to be more than enough as Lyndonville downed visiting Attica 3-1 this afternoon in a Genesee Region League baseball game.

Lyndonville scored twice in the second inning on an error after a single by Jack Whipple, a fielders choice play and a walk set up the opportunity.

The Tigers added what proved to be a big insurance run in the third inning on a fielders choice play. A walk and a single by Whipple set up the threat.

Rolland Balcerzak delivers a pitch for the Tigers.

Rolland Balcerzak went the distance on the mound for Lyndonville scattering 3 hits and striking out 9.

The Blue Devils lone run came in the sixth inning.

Now at 2-1, Lyndonville next visits Pembroke on Wednesday.

Holley-Kendall 13, Pembroke 3

Trailing 3-1, Holley-Kendall exploded for a total of 12 runs during the fourth, fifth and sixth innings to earn a 13-3 victory over host Pembroke in another G-R contest.

Holley-Kendall moved on top to stay by scoring three runs in the fourth inning highlighted by a double by Jorden Ostrander.

Winning pitcher Miles Lammes and Ostrander then had run producing hits during a five run fifth inning uprising. Lammes also had an RBI double and Braxton Zarpentine a  run producing single during a four run sixth inning.

Lammes and Ostrander both finished with three hits and Zaprentine two as Broek Ostrom, Jared Strathearn and Michael Samens each chipped in with one.

On the mound, Lammes allowed only one hit and struck out 14 in six innings of work.

Now at 2-2, Holley-Kendall next hosts Byron-Bergen on Wednesday.