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LIVONIA — The Le Roy ball group might have mislaid to Livonia by a 19-0 measure final year, though one wouldn’t have famous that Tuesday night.
The Knights (2-2) generated 9 hits on offense and used a plain tour from sophomore Tom Saunders to journey past a Bulldogs (3-5) by a 6-2 score.
Livonia had won a prior 4 matchups by a total 53-7 score.
“This was a good win for us,” Le Roy conduct manager Ieon Koukides said. “This is a really assured bunch. It’s been tough practicing inside, though this group knows what it takes to win. Hopefully a win like this can give us movement going forward.”
Livonia and Le Roy won their particular sectional classes final season.
The Knights were led by Saunders’ dual RBIs, a double, and single; and on a mound, he struck out 4 batters in 6 innings.
Gavin Luckey also reached bottom on all 5 of his at-bats, and Reece Tresco strike dual singles and brought in a run on a weal fly.
Le Roy will demeanour to extend a winning strain tomorrow during Geneseo, while Livonia will transport to Red Jacket.
Other ball scores
WARSAW 13, KESHEQUA 0
Ethan Grawe had himself a day as he tossed a no-hitter with 8 strikeouts and only a span of walks in a large win for a Tigers; Grawe also combined a double, dual RBIs and a run scored during a plate.
Mike James led a Tigers during a plate as he went 2-for-5 with a double, dual stolen bases, a run and dual RBIs, while Tom Standera combined a 2-for-4 day with a double, a stolen bottom and dual runs scored.
Ryan Grisewood combined dual hits and a run in a win.
CALEDONIA-MUMFORD 8, YORK 1
Joe Butler and Ian Lenhardt any finished a day 3-for-4 with a double as a Red Raiders continued their prohibited play with a easy win.
Butler combined a triple and dual RBIs, while Lenhardt combined 3 runs and dual RBIs, while he also struck out 6 on a pile to get a win.
Matt O’Donoghue combined a strike and dual runs batted in for Cal-Mum.
Geneseo 10, Pavilion 0
The Blue Devils scored sevens runs in a fourth inning for a shutout joining win.
Daniel Kaye and Jake Hamilton any had a span of RBIs, and Russell Brownell stole dual bases.
On a mound, Jason Valentine struck out 6 batters and authorised only one strike in 5 innings.
CAL-MUM 17, YORK 0 (5)
Hannah Rubinrott pitched her initial career no hitter with 8 strikeouts and one travel as horde Cal-Mum (6-1) bloody York.
Cal-Mum scored 8 runs in a initial inning to take control early.
Makenzie Wilson was 2-for-3 with 4 RBI while Montgomery Kessler was 2-for-2 with 3 runs scored and dual RBI.
Grace Walker combined one strike and scored 4 times, while Katie Harmon gathering in a span of runs.
York fell to 1-3 overall.
GENESEO 17, PAVILION 3
Jessica Ruskauff had a outrageous diversion as she went 3-for-4 with dual doubles, one triple and 5 RBIs as visiting Geneseo (5-2) cruised to a win.
Grace Hainsworth also had a plain diversion as a youth was 3-for-5 with a career-high 3 RBI.
Abby Meyer was a winning pitcher distinguished out 9 batters in a finish diversion effort.
Pavilion (0-4) was led by Aprile Beehler who was 1-for-3 with a double and one RBI while Kate Schroeder was 1-for-3 with one RBI.