April 3, 2023 D10 Baseball/Softball
SHARON 10, FRANKLIN 9, 8 innings
SHARON, Pa. – Mark Cattron was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded to end the game, capping a big rally for Sharon to beat Franklin, 10-9 in eight innings.
The Tigers trailed the Knights 9-3 going into the bottom of the seventh, scoring seven times to send the game to extras.
Cattron had singled in the seventh to get the Tigers within two at 9-7, which was followed by three consecutive walks and a hit batter by Franklin pitching to tie things up.
Franklin had scored four runs in both the third and fifth innings to take a 9-2 advantage.
Hayden Scarmak was 2-for-4 with a triple and three RBIs, while Chandler Maurice was also 2-for-3 with two RBIs.
Ethan Englemore tossed two innings of scoreless relief with three strikeouts for Sharon to get the win.
Alex Wible was 1-for-4 with a double and three RBIs for Franklin, while Nate Fezell drove in a pair of runs and Luke Guth was 2-for-3 with a double, RBI, walk and two runs scored.
YOUNGSVILLE 14, EISENHOWER 4
RUSSELL, Pa. – Youngsville scored in five of seven innings, and David Manning threw four strong as the Eagles picked up a 14-4 win over Eisenhower.
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Youngsville struck for three in the first. James Johnson hit a leadoff double, then scored two outs later when Keegan Mesel reached on an error. Manning followed with an RBI single, then scored on a passed ball to give the Eagles a 3-0 lead.
The Eagles added four more in the second. After three straight walks loaded the bases, Wyatt Dalrymple scored when Matt DiSimone grounded into a fielder’s choice. Nathan Lucks followed with a 2-run single, and Mesel’s RBI single made it 7-0.
“Our hitters can hit real good and our defense is pretty decent,” Manning said. “Our pitching is going to be excellent this year. I think we have a chance to make it to the playoffs this year.”
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Cole Kellogg reached on an error to start the bottom of the third. Shawn Pascuzzi’s RBI single with two outs brought Kellogg home to cut the deficit to 7-1.
That was the only run Manning allowed through his four innings of work. He gave up just two hits, walked three, and struck out five.
“David Manning threw exceptionally well,” Youngsville coach Eddie Dorunda said. “He pounds the zone with (his fastball) to get ahead and has a nasty curve that’s tough to hit even when the hitters know it’s coming. He signed up to play last minute this season, I begged him to play because I knew how much he would help us. He’s going to throw a lot of innings for us.”
Youngsville put up another 4-spot in the sixth. With one out, DiSimone reached on an error, stole second, and moved to third on a passed ball. Lucks followed with a walk and, seeing that the defense wasn’t focused on him, rounded first on a sprint to second. DiSimone came home as the throw to second went into centerfield.
“I’ve always been aggressive on the base paths but it was definitely something I knew we would take advantage of today,” Dorunda said. “Coach (DJ) Rose has been working with them in practice the last couple weeks with taking aggressive leads and getting good jumps so that’s been huge. The majority of these kids have played for me the past two seasons so they know how aggressive I want to be, they are basically begging me to give them the green light every time they get on base.”
Lucks scored when Manning reached on an error. Ian Mancuso reached on an infield single to put runners on the corners. Manning scored on a passed ball, then Mancuso did the same a few pitches later to give Youngsville a 12-1 advantage.
Eisenhower kept the game going with three runs in the bottom of the inning. With one out, Derek Childs and Brok English reached on errors to put runners on the corners. JJ Darr followed with a walk to load the bases, and Cole Kellogg drew a walk to score Childs. One out later, Cam Jakubczak ripped a 2-run single into right to score English and Darr and cut the lead to 12-4.
Youngsville answered with a pair in the top of the seventh. Ethan Senz hit a 1-out single and Johnson was hit by a pitch to put two runners on. Senz scored on DiSimone’s sac fly, and Johnson came home on Lucks’ RBI double.
In addition to his work on the mound, Manning had a single, scored twice, and drove in a pair. Johnson doubled and scored three runs. Lucks had a pair of hits, including a double, scored twice, and had two RBI.
MEADVILLE 9, WARREN 3
MEADVILLE, Pa. – Rocco Tartaglione went 2-for-2 with a triple and three RBIs to power Meadville to a 9-3 win over Warren.
The Bulldogs struck for three runs in the second inning and five in the fourth en route to the win.
Meadville had six different players record one RBI apiece in the win.
Mason Walker got the win, allowing one run in four innings on seven hits, striking out two, and not walking a batter.
Archie Teconchuck took the loss for Warren, allowing four runs in 1 ⅓ innings on three hits, striking out two and walking four.
Konnor Hoffman belted a solo home run for Warren and finished with three hits.
MAPLEWOOD 7, CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 4
GUYS MILLS, Pa. – Maplewood scored four runs in the sixth inning to rally for a 7-4 win over Cambridge Springs.
Elliot Beuchat drove in a pair of runs as Maplewood took advantage of eight free passes issued by Cambridge Springs pitching.
Andrew Proper also drove in a pair of runs for the Tigers, while Jacob Woge was 3-for-4 with a run scored.
Ethan Peterson got the win, going 2 ⅓ scoreless innings, striking out five.
Brett Kania and Owen Riley drove in runs for the Blue Devils.
Kania took the loss, allowing four runs in two innings of work.
COCHRANTON 7, UNION CITY 0
UNION CITY, Pa. – Walker Carroll turned in a dominant pitching performance to lead Cochranton to a 7-0 win over Union City.
Carillo went 5 ⅔ innings and recorded 15 of his 17 outs via strikeout, allowing just two hits and three walks.
Carroll also had a big day at the plate, going 3-for-3 with a double and three RBIs, while Jack Rynd was 2-for-3 with three RBIs.
Aiden Shuman took the loss, allowing five runs (four earned) in two innings on six hits and two walks, striking out one.
CONNEAUT 11, GIRARD 1, 5 innings
LINESVILLE, Pa. – Gavin White, Dawson Thomas, and Ashton Headley collected two RBIs each as Conneaut earned an 11-1, 5-inning win over Girard.
The Eagles collected 15 hits in the win, led by Headley who was 4-for-4.
Conneaut scored in every inning, including four runs in the fourth and three more in the fifth.
Wyatt Kornman tossed five innings to get the win, allowing just two hits and striking out seven.
Ethan Podgers took the loss, allowing six runs in 1 ⅓ innings.
MERCYHURST PREP 10, CORRY 0, 5 innings
CORRY, Pa. – Bryce Schueth belted a third-inning grand slam to lead Mercyhurst Prep to a 10-0, 5-inning win over Corry.
Ethan Ishimaru also drove in a pair of runs for the Lakers.
Jake Manendo tossed 3 ⅓ scoreless innings to get the win, striking out six.
Karson Chamberlin hit a triple for Corry.
FAIRVIEW 9, SENECA 1
WATTSBURG, Pa. – Aari Fox, Vinny Campoli, and Austin Hawley drove in two runs each as Fairview pulled away with a 4-run fifth inning in a 9-1 win over Seneca.
Campoli also tossed four shutout innings, allowing just one hit and striking out six.
Jared Galdits allowed five runs (three earned) in three innings, taking the loss.
Ben Reider had Seneca’s lone RBI.
GREENVILLE 3, SHARPSVILLE 1
GREENVILLE, Pa. – Noah Philson and Soren Hedderick combined on a 3-hitter to send Greenville to a 3-1 win over Sharpsville.
Philson got the win, going five innings and allowing just one hit and one unearned run, striking out six and walking five. Hedderick got the save with two scoreless innings, striking out one.
Philson and Hedderick also had two hits and an RBI each.
Jack Leipheimer took the loss, allowing three runs in seven innings on seven hits, striking out four.
Braeden Scarvel had Sharpsville’s RBI.
TITUSVILLE 11, GROVE CITY 6
GROVE CITY, Pa. – Landon Baker drove in four runs and Karson Neely homered as Titusville beat Grove City, 11-6.
Titusville also took advantage of six Grove City walks and five errors, scoring three runs in the first inning and five in the sixth.
Kam Mong got the win, going three innings and allowing two runs on four hits.
Hayden McCreadie homered and drove in three runs for Grove City.
Ethan Orr took the loss, allowing three runs in ⅔ of an inning.
LAKEVIEW 13, JAMESTOWN 3, 5 innings
STONEBORO, Pa. – Owen Dye and Garet Guthrie both homered as Lakeview beat Jamestown, 13-3 in five innings.
Dye finished 2-for-2 with four RBIs, while Guthrie scored a pair of runs.
Maddox Bell was also 2-for-3 with three RBIs for Lakeview, which scored eight runs in the first two innings en route to the win.
Dye got the win, allowing three runs in four innings on three hits, striking out seven.
Aaron Slifka homered and drove in a pair of runs for Jamestown.
MERCER 9, WEST MIDDLESEX 0
MERCER, Pa. – Mercer scored four runs in the first two innings and never looked back in a 9-0 win over West Middlesex.
Taylor Bachman went 4-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs for Mercer, while Ayden Ryhal was 1-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs and Jake Mattocks 1-for-2 with a run, RBI, and two walks.
Mattocks was dominant on the mound, striking out 10 in six innings of work, and allowing just two hits.
Richie Preston took the loss, allowing four runs (one earned) in three innings.
OIL CITY 6, SLIPPERY ROCK 2
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – Jacob Teeter was 3-for-4 with a pair of RBIs as Oil City beat Slippery Rock, 6-2.
Alex Stevens got the win, allowing two runs in six innings, allowing five hits, and striking out four.
Will McMahon also drove in a run for Oil City.
Sal Mineo took the loss, , allowing four runs (two earned) in four innings, allowing four hits, walking four and striking out seven.
Luke Allison was 1-for-4 with an RBI for Slippery Rock.
WILMINGTON 12, REYNOLDS 0, 5 innings
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Tyler Mikulin, Garrett Heller and Shane Book drove in two runs each as Wilmington beat Reynolds, 12-0 in five innings.
The Greyhounds scored nine runs in the first inning en route to the win.
Hunter Jones tossed four hitless innings to get the win, striking out five and walking one.
FRANKLIN 6, CORRY 1
CORRY, Pa. – Trinity Edge fired a no-hitter to lead Franklin to a 6-1 win over Corry.
Edge did allow one unearned runs on four walks while striking out 12 in her masterpiece.
Sydni Hoobler drove in a pair of runs, while Abigail Boland had three hits and an RBI, and Jillian Ewing was 1-for-4 with an RBI.
Allison Sawyer took the loss, allowing six runs (three earned) in seven innings on nine hits, striking out four.
UNION CITY 8, MERCER 2
UNION CITY, Pa. – Alyssa Tingley struck out nine in a complete game win as Union City beat Seneca, 8-2.
Cheyenne Cummings had two hits and two RBIs for the Lady Bears, while Cathryn Reynolds collected three hits in the win.
FORT LEBOEUF 13, REYNOLDS 0, 5 innings
TRANSFER, Pa. – Kendall Stull tossed a 1-hitter, striking out eight as Fort LeBoeuf beat Reynolds, 13-0 in five innings.
It was part of a great overall day for Stull, who homered and drove in four runs as well. Sadie Bowers was 2-for-4 with four RBIs for the Bison, while Ryan Shields was 3-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs and Kendra Tobin was 1-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs.
MERCER 16, GROVE CITY 9
GROVE CITY, Pa. – Mercer pounded out 20 hits in a 16-9 win over Grove City.
Angelina Eakman, Phoebe Eakman, Pressley Washil, and Lexie Walker all had three hits apiece for Mercer, while Washil hit two doubles and drove in five runs.
Walker also drove in a pair of runs, as did Madeline Davis.
Mercer scored four runs in both the second and sixth innings and three runs in both the first and fifth frames.
Hannah Wolbert drove in three runs for Grove City,.
NORTH EAST 13, MERCYHURST PREP 2, 6 innings
ERIE, Pa. – North East scored seven runs in the first inning and never looked back in a 13-2, 6-inning win over North East.
Alex Cozzens went 4-for-4 with two RBIs for North East, while Gia Coletta was 3-for-5 with three RBIs and two runs, and Alaina Rodemoyer was 1-for-4 with two RBIs.
Sydney Whitman got the win, allowing two unearned runs on four hits and two walks, striking out eight.