ROSCOE – Trailing by six runs in the home half of the 7th inning, the Blue Devils dug deep and scored seven runs to earn the walk-off win against Downsville. It was Roscoe’s first win of …
ROSCOE – Trailing by six runs in the home half of the 7th inning, the Blue Devils dug deep and scored seven runs to earn the walk-off win against Downsville. It was Roscoe’s first win of the season, and the offense was led by Anthony Teipelke and Alaniz Ruiz-Gongora. Teipelke went 3-5, three runs scored, a home run and six RBIs while Ruiz went 3-4, two runs scored, two stolen bases, a walk, and four RBIs. Ruiz also hit the walk-off double.
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Monticello traveled to Minisink on Monday for a division matchup against the Warriors. After sweeping the Sullivan West tournament on Sunday, the Panthers had a hard time getting their offense going, scoring just two runs on five hits in the game. The pair of runs were scored in the fourth inning after Minisink had built an early 5-run lead, and Monticello was unable to equalize.
Tri-Valley’s week has been up and down. They started with a division loss to Chester, scoring 6 runs but giving up 13 in the loss. On Tuesday, they had a double-header against Chapel Field, sweeping the series with a 7-6 win and a 12-9 win. Tri-Valley’s record is now 5-6 (1-2). Jenna Carmody has been carrying the freight for the Lady Bears, throwing complete games in all three matchups.
Monticello got a huge upset win over Beacon on Wednesday, battling back for a 12-10 win. The runs came in bunches for the Lady Panthers, scoring eight in the fourth and four in the sixth. Each player in the line-up reached base safely and scored in the win. Alexandra Cushing went 3-4 with a double, a walk, a run scored and two RBIs. Ryleigh Schoonmaker pitched into the fifth inning before reliever Melanie Merton came in to close out the game. Monticello’s record is now 4-8 on the season, and they have strung together three consecutive wins.
The Lady Yellowjackets have been busy, playing four games in three days this week. Starting on Monday with a league matchup against Livingston Manor, Eldred got ahead early and stayed ahead, winning the division matchup 18-0. On Tuesday, Eldred had a double-header against Fallsburg, and they swept the Lady Comets with scores of 29-7 and 11-0. The winning streak came to an end on Wednesday, though, when Seward defeated Eldred 10-4.
Fallsburg and Chester had a non-league game on Wednesday, and the Hambletonians won 21-3. Fallsburg’s dynamic duo of Allison and Emily Perna combined for two double plays on defense, and three hits and all of the runs scored on offense.
Burke defeated Liberty 5-0 in a tennis match on Monday. The Indians competed in three singles and two doubles matches, and were unable to defeat Burke.
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