March 29, 2023 D10 Baseball/Softball Recaps
WARREN 5, ST. MARYS 3
WARREN, Pa. – Warren scored three times in the fourth inning to rally for a 5-3 win over St. Marys.
Rewatch the game:
The Dragons trailed 3-1 going to the fourth, but Owen Blum led the innings off with a single and scored on Brady Berdine’s RBI groundout, which was followed by an RBI double from Aidan Zdarko and an RBI single from Gio Elensky.
Warren added an insurance run in the fifth when Eric Dippold led off with a double and came around to score on a wild pitch. Konnor Hoffman also had a sacrifice fly to get Warren on the board in the second.
Berdine was credited with the win, going four innings and allowing three runs (one earned). He allowed five hits, struck out six, and walked two. Carson Farr tossed three scoreless innings of relief to get the save without allowing a hit. He struck out three and walked three.
Farr talked about the win:
St. Marys scored all three of its runs in the third inning. Logan Mosier’s RBI ground out got the Dutchmen on the board, which was followed by Carter Price’s ground ball that resulted in an error that allowed two runs to score.
Farr made a great defensive play in left field in the fourth inning, with his relay nabbing Tyson Beimel at second trying to stretch a single into a double, thwarting a potential St. Marys rally.
Coudriet took the loss, allowing four runs (three earned) in four innings. He allowed five hits and four walks and struck out four.
Ben Paul was also 1-for-2 with a run scored and Bauer was 1-for-2 with a double and a run scored.
YOUNGSVILLE 4, COCHRANTON 2, 5 innings
COCHRANTON, Pa. – Nate Lucks pitched five strong innings and Youngsville scored a pair of runs in both the fourth and fifth innings to earn a 4-2 win over Cochranton.
In the fourth inning, Keegan Mesel’s RBI single brought in a run, and Ian Mancuso hit a sacrifice fly to bring in the second run.
In the fifth, Matt DeSimone hit a ball that wasn’t fielded cleanly, bringing in a run and DeSimone came around to score on a wild pitch.
On the mound, Lucks allowed just a pair of unearned runs on four hits, striking out four and walking three.
Johnson also added a double.
Blake Foulk had a pair of hits for Cochranton.
Isaiah Long took the loss, allowing four runs (two earned) in his five innings of work, striking out five, walking two, and scattering five hits.
WEST MIDDLESEX 3, KENNEDY CATHOLIC 1
WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. – Evan Gilson and Gio Rococi combined on a two-hitter as West Middlesex beat Kennedy Catholic, 3-1.
Gilson went four innings and allowed just one hit, striking out five, while Rococi gave up an unearned run on one hit and two walks, striking out five.
West Middlesex scored all three of its runs in the third inning, with Devin Gruver notching an RBI double and Richie Preston an RBI base hit.
Thorsten Hart had the lone RBI for Kennedy Catholic.
Nick Ondo took the loss, allowing three runs in 2 ⅔ innings on five hits, striking out four, and walking two.
JAMESTOWN 12, HICKORY 9
HERMITAGE, Pa. – Jamestown built a 9-3 lead after three innings en route to a 12-9 win over Hickory.
The Muskies actually led 12-4 before Hickory struck for five runs in the bottom of the seventh.
Josie Pfaff belted a solo home run for Jamestown, while Morgan Bercis was 2-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs for Jamestown.
Seven different Muskies drove in at least one run.
Miranda Biles got the win, allowing nine runs (seven earned) in six innings on eight hits, walking nine, and striking out five.
Kaelyn Fustos had a big game for Hickory, going 4-for-4 with a double and four RBIs.
Loren Myers took the loss, allowing nine runs (four earned) in three innings on six hits, striking out two and walking two.
WILMINGTON 13, REYNOLDS 0, 5 innings
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Paije Peterson and Faith Jones both homered and Ava Williamson pitched a one-hitter as Wilmington beat Reynolds, 13-0 in five innings.
Williamson struck out 11 in the win.
Peterson finished 3-for-4 with three RBIs and three runs, while Jones’ homer was a three-run shot.
Avery Harlan was 4-for-4 with a double and an RBI, while Maelee Whiting was 2-for-2 with two doubles an RBI, and two runs.