April 22, 2022 D10 Baseball Recaps
COCHRANTON 7, IROQUOIS 0
COCHRANTON, Pa. – Wyatt Barzak had a game to remember for Cochranton, firing a no-hitter and also belting two home runs in a 7-0 win over Iroquois.
Barzak struck out 14 and allowed just three walks.
At the plate, Barzak belted two-run homers in both the third and fourth innings, finishing 2-for-4 with five RBIs. Ben Field went 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Cardinals.
Joe Doverspike took the loss, allowing four runs on seven hits in three innings, striking out three and walking three.
WILMINGTON 14, MERCER 5
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Wilmington scored seven runs in the third inning on its way to a 14-5 win over Mercer.
Five Wilmington players had multi-hit games, led by Dom Serafino (3-for-3, two RBIs) and Rocky Serafino (3-for-3, two RBIs three runs).
Ben Miller was 2-for-3 with two runs, Tyler Mikulin 2-for-4 with an RBI, and Shane Book 2-for-4 with two RBIs.
Garrett Heller got the win, going four innings and allowing two runs (both unearned) on one hit and three walks, striking out two.
Julian Lawrence drove in two runs for Mercer.
Troy Bachman took the loss, allowing eight runs (one earned) in three innings on 10 hits, striking out one and walking two.
LAKEVIEW 11, JAMESTOWN 6
STONEBORO, Pa. – Owen Dye had two hits and drove in three runs as Lakeview earned an 11-6 win over Lakeview.
Cody Fagley and Chase Hostetler drove in two runs apiece for the Sailors, who scored in five of the seven innings, including three each in the fifth and sixth frames.
Hostetler tossed four innings to get the win, allowing four runs (two earned) on four hits, striking out six, and walking two.
Connor Doeberiener went 2-for-2 with a double, two RBIs, and two runs for Jamestown.
Doeberiener took the loss, allowing six runs (three earned) in five innings, surrendering seven hits, striking out five, and walking four.
TITUSVILLE 2, SENECA 0
TITUSVILLE, Pa. – Tanner Abrams fired a complete-game shutout, leading Titusville to a 2-0 win over Seneca.
Abrams allowed just four hits, striking out nine and walking two. He threw 59 of his 96 pitches for strikes.
The Rockets scored both of their runs in the sixth inning on an error and a sacrifice fly off the bat of Brock Covell.
Lucas Rupp took the loss, allowing six hits and one earned run over five-plus innings, striking out five and walking three.
SLIPPERY ROCK 6, GREENVILLE 2
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – Brett Galcik had two RBIs and Ryan Double pitched five strong innings as Slippery Rock topped Greenville, 6-2.
Ethan Drushel went 2-for-3 with two runs for the Rockets, who scored two runs in the second and two more in the fifth. Shane Thompson was 2-for-4 with an RBI as well for the Rockets.
Double went five innings on the mound, allowing just one run on three hits, striking out two, and walking five.
Jack Strausser took the loss, allowing four earned runs over six innings on eight hits, striking out four and walking two.
WARREN 6, MCDOWELL 4
WARREN, Pa. – Anthony Errett went 2-for-3 with three RBIs as Warren earned a 6-4 win over McDowell.
The Dragons scored four runs in the first inning en route to the win. In that inning, Errett delivered a two-run single, as did Paul Smith.
Ben Sowa also delivered two hits for the Dragons.
Eric Dippold got the win, with strong relief from Carson Farr. Dippold allowed four runs (one earned) in 4 ⅔ innings on three hits, striking out two and walking four. Farr delivered 2 ⅓ hitless innings, striking out one and walking four.
McDowell got RBIs from Izaak Ogrodowczyk and Jack Chylnski.
Anthony Iacobucci took the loss, allowing five runs on eight hits in 3 ⅓ innings, striking out two and walking three.
CATHEDRAL PREP 11, CORRY 0, 5 innings
CORRY, Pa. – Cathedral Prep scored all 11 of its runs in the first three innings in an 11-0, five-inning win over Corry.
Jacob Engel was strong on the mound, allowing just one hit in 4 ⅔ innings, striking out seven and walking two.
Offensively for the Ramblers, Cole Constable belted a solo home run, while Patrick Sullivan, Luke Costello, and John Koshan drove in two runs each.
Jon Albers took the loss for Corry, allowing seven runs (six earned) in his two innings of work on three hits and three walks.
FAIRVIEW 10, FRANKLIN 5
FRANKLIN, Pa. – An eight-run second inning lifted Fairview to a 10-5 win over Franklin.
Eight different Fairview players recorded an RBI, with Aari Fox and Logan Fiolek driving in a pair each. Fiolek, Fox, and Eddie Dolansky all had two hits each.
Fiolek got the win, going four innings and allowing three runs on four hits, walking one and striking out seven.
Aidan McCracken and Noah Kockler drove in two runs each for Franklin, while Carson Wible had two doubles and scored two runs.
Ethan Nightingale took the loss, allowing eight runs (one earned) in two innings, allowing seven hits, and striking out two.
CONNEAUT (OHIO) 4, KENNEDY CATHOLIC 3
HERMITAGE, Pa. – Ty Covell’s RBI single in the top of the seventh provided the insurance run Conneaut needed in a 4-3 win over Kennedy Catholic.
Covel’s RBI made it 4-2, and Riley Mastowski’s RBI fielder’s choice got Kennedy to within one in the bottom of the seventh, but Alex Kennedy was able to strike out the next two batters to preserve the win.
Kennedy tossed a complete-game, striking out 15 and allowing 10 hits and four walks.
Thomas Malvar had two hits and scored two runs for KC, while Stargell Fuhr and Remington Hart each had two hits and one RBI.
Fuhr took the loss, allowing three runs (two earned) in 4 ⅔ innings, allowing two hits and two walks while striking out four.
SHARON 4, GROVE CITY 3
SHARON, Pa. – Jason Stanek, Peyton Koss, and Hayden Scarmak each drove in a run as Sharon edged Grove City, 4-3.
Sy Piccirilli scored on a passed ball in the bottom of the sixth to make it 4-2, giving the Tigers an all-important insurance run.
Hayden McCreadie’s’ RBI groundout got Sharon to within one in the seventh, but Garrett Hoffman got a groundout to secure the win.
Hoffman got the save in relief of Mikey Rodriques, who got the win. Rodriques fired 6 ⅔ strong innings, allowing three runs (one earned), allowing just two hits, and striking out eight.
Ethan Orr took the loss, allowing three runs (all unearned) on three hits, striking out three, and walking two.
SAEGERTOWN 10, UNION CITY 2
UNION CITY, Pa. – Henry Shaffer went 3-for-5 with three runs as Saegertown earned a 10-2 win over Union City.
Saegertown also took advantage of five Union City errors en route to the win. The Panthers scored four runs in the third inning and five in the sixth and seventh.
Zach Balog, Wyatt Burchill, Anthony Hernandez, and Garrett Young all drove in one run each for Saegertown.
Balog got the win, tossing three hitless innings, striking out one.
Miles McCaslin went 2-for-3 with an RBI double for Union City. Daithin Kent took the loss, allowing five runs (two earned) in 2 ⅔ innings on six hits and two walks.
ROCKY GROVE 12, YOUNGSVILLE 1, 5 innings
YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Aaron Burkhardt had two doubles and drove in three runs as Rocky Grove earned a 12-1, five-inning win over Youngsville.
Trevor Hamilton was 3-for-3 for Rocky Grove, scoring three runs and driving in two. Five different Orioles had one RBI each.
Isaac Clayton was strong on the mound, going 4 ⅔ innings and allowing one run on two hits, striking out eight and walking one.
James Johnson took the loss for Youngsville, allowing nine runs in 3 ⅓ innings on six hits, striking out three and walking five.