Tigers romp past Blue Devils
Pounding out 20 hits, Lyndonville romped to a 19-3 victory over visiting Attica this afternoon to stay unbeaten at 7-0 in Genesee Region League baseball competition and 9-0 overall.
Michael Wells had five hits, Chris Scroger and Justin Edwards three apiece and AJ Buckland and Evan Milleville two each to lead the Lyndonville attack.
“We hit the ball really, really well,” said Lyndonville Coach Shane Price.
Lyndonville broke the game open early scoring six times in the second inning as Buckland had a two-run single, Wells, Edwards and Ty Hrovat RBI singles and Trevor Bentley a run producing sacrifice fly.
Holley 4, Wheatland-Chili 0
Joe DeFelice pitched a three hitter with 10 strikeouts to lead Holley past visiting Wheatland-Chili in another G-R contest.
Holley scored all of its runs in the fifth inning ignited by a successful RBI squeeze bunt by Justin Parker. A W-C error added a second run on the play.
A double by Josh Porter, a single by DeFelice and a walk loaded the bases to set up the threat.
Holley is now 3-3 overall.
Kendall’s Evan Gaesser carded a five under par round of 31 to lead Kendall to a 232-279 victory over Holley this afternoon in a Genesee Region League golf match at Brockport Country Club.
The Kendall girls track team improved to 3-0 by defeating Wheatland-Chili 97-44 this afternoon.
Taylor Rutland was a triple winner in the 200 (:26.9), high jump (5-0) and long jump (15-8.75) for Kendall which also had a pair of individual event double winners in Jamie Smith in the shot-put (26-6.75) and discus (88-9) and Maya Rutland in the 100 (:13.1) and 400 (1:03.2).
Taylor Rutland, Smith and Maya Rutland also teamed up with Taylor ReQua to win the 400 relay (:52.8).
W-C defeated Kendall 76-64 in the boys meet.
Kendall had a pair of individual event double winners in Justin Russell in the 100 hurdles (:18.2) and triple jump (33-0) and Justin Hards in the 100 (:12.3) and 200 (:24.9).
The Holley boys dropped a narrow 72.5-68.5 decision at Alexander.
Martin Beadle was a triple winner for the Hawks in the 800, 1600 and 3200.
Alexander completed the sweep by defeating Holley 81-60 in the girls meet.
Holley had a quartet of individual event winners as Nicole Blackburn took the 400 hurdles, Sam Barniak the discus, Monica Merlau the 100 hurdles and Julia Smith the 400.