GRAHAMSVILLE – Tri-Valley and Sullivan West squared off for their first league matchup of the season, and the back-and-forth battle ended with a Bears’ walk-off win in the bottom of the …
GRAHAMSVILLE – Tri-Valley and Sullivan West squared off for their first league matchup of the season, and the back-and-forth battle ended with a Bears’ walk-off win in the bottom of the 7th inning.
Austin Swett’s fielder’s choice in the bottom of the seventh inning scored Colin Monell and gave Tri-Valley the victory.
Sullivan West led 3-2 in the third before Tri-Valley rattled off five runs in the 5th to take a 7-3 lead.
The Bulldogs got three back in the top of the sixth, cutting the lead to 7-6, but the Bears answered with two of their own to make it 9-6 going into the seventh.
In the top of the seventh, all nine Bulldogs came to the plate and four of them scored to give Sullivan West a 10-9 lead.
With their backs against the wall, Tri-Valley started the bottom of the 7th inning. A single by Quick, followed by a fly out by Zach Kitaychik and a double by Colin Monell set the stage for the comeback. With one out in the last inning, Austin Hartman drew a walk and Carmody came up and hit an RBI single to tie it.
Austin Swett grounded into a fielder’s choice but it was enough to bring the winning run across the plate for the Bears.
“We’re getting better with each game,” Tri-Valley coach Kevin Crudele said. “I like the way we’re trending.”
High School (cont.)
Liberty and Livingston Manor faced off Tuesday after their tournament meeting on Saturday. The Indians got the better of the Wildcats for the second consecutive time as they went on to win 13-0. Tanner Bury struck out six over four innings, allowing just two hits while knocking in two hits of his own.
Cornwall beat Monticello 16-1 on Wednesday afternoon. A strong first inning, in which the Dragons plated eight runs, set the tone. Monticello’s lone run was scored in the third inning.
Eldred and Tri-Valley squared off in a non-league contest on Monday night. Eldred jumped out to an early 1-0 lead, but Tri-Valley followed up with six in the top of the fourth to take a five run lead. Eldred went on to plate 11 unanswered runs, including Sydney Furler’s first career homerun to win 12-6.
Liberty and Highland faced off in the rain on Wednesday night, and when it rains it pours. The well-coached MHAL Highland team went on to win 12-0 behind Alexa Pavese’s CG shutout. She struck out 11 in the win.
Angelica Rothberg had the lone hit for the Lady Indians and finished 1-2 on the day. Liberty’s record moved to 1-8 after the loss.
Track and Field
Fallsburg hosted Chester and Seward on Monday afternoon and put up another dominant performance. The Comets defeated Chester 114-23 and beat Seward 112-23. The Lady Comets defeated Chester 93-37 and beat Seward 130-0.
The Liberty boys defeated Eldred 69-48, and the Lady Indians beat the Lady Yellowjackets 77-22 on Wednesday.
The Liberty girls, sitting at 5-4 overall and 5-1 in the league defeated Sullivan West 174-182 on Tuesday. Alli Dworetsky scored a match-best 52 on the front nine of the Villa Roma. Lucia Kennedy was Sullivan West’s best golfer with a 56. The Bulldogs are 3-7 overall and 3-3 in the league.
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