Sullivan County rallies to top Southern Columbia
Down two entering the bottom of the seventh inning the Sullivan County Griffins rallied to beat Southern Columbia 9-8 on Thursday.
It was just the second win over Southern Columbia in school history, the first time coming last season.
Southern took a 5-0 lead after the top of the third inning, but the Griffins got three in the third and one in the fourth to get within one.
Southern went up 8-4 after the top of the fifth, before the Griffins got runs back in the bottom of the fifth and sixth innings, setting up a three-run seventh.
With two on and two out in the seventh Derek Farrell lined a single to the left side between third and short to win the game.
"These boys, they just never, ever quit and they listen to everything the coaches tell them," Sullivan County coach Walt Tubach said. "Tonight they were on top of their game."
Barry Heinrich had three hits, three runs scored and a triple and Lucas Hatton had two hits and stole a base.
Kelby Mullen had a hit and scored a run, Zach Meyer had two hits, two RBI and two runs scored and Colton Fry had two hits, with a double, and a run scored.
Tom Blasi had two hits, with a double, an RBI and a run scored, Sean Flannery had two hits, with a double, an RBI and a run scored and Farrell had three hits and two RBI.
Mullen started, working three innings, striking out one, walking one and allowing four hits and five runs, four earned. Meyer got the win, working four innings, striking out one, walking one and allowing four hits and three runs, two earned.
The Griffins improve to 8-4 on the year and are two wins away from clinching a spot in districts for the second consecutive year.
Tioga 17, Odessa-Montour 1
The Tigers got three hits each from Jesse Manuel and Adam Leyman in the win, while Carter Jackson had a 10-strikeout game on the mound.
Manuel scored three runs and had two RBI, Leyman had two RBI and scored two runs and Dakota Skiiner had two hits, three RBI and three runs scored.
Jake Howland had two hits, with a double, tow RBI and two runs scored and Jackson had two hits, with a double, and a run scored.
Ryan Vergason had a hit, two runs scored and an RBI, Peter Simmons had a hit and an RBI and Travis Moyer had a double.
Jackson struck out 10, walked three and allowed six hits and one run in a complete game effort.
Tioga is at Newark Valley today.
Notre Dame 32, Watkins Glen 3
Ridgebury's Parker May worked four shutout innings on the mound and drove in five at the plate in the win on Thursday.
May struck out seven, walked four and allowed two hits on the mound and at the plate he was 3-for-4 with four runs scored and five RBI.
Joe Prunier had a hit, an RBI and two runs scored and Hunter Thomas was 4-for-5 with three RBI, three doubles and three stolen bases.
Tyler Boyles had three hits, with a double, four RBI and four runs scored and Aaron Carson had three hits, a double, a triple, three RBI and five runs scored.
Wyatt Martin was 5-for-5 with four runs scored, four RBI and three doubles and Derek Marshall had a hit, an RBI and a run scored.
Sam Bruner scored a run and Kyler Metzger and Kyle Minchin each had two hits. Metzger scored four runs and had two RBI and Minchin scored three runs and had four RBI.
Riley Leonard worked 2 2/3 innings of relief on the mound, while Minchin pitched 1/3 of an inning.
Notre Dame hosts Edison today.
Mansfield 21, Williamson 10
Taylor Hillson, Sam Rotella, Max Colegrove and Brady Andrews all had two hits in the victory on Thursday.
Hillson scored four runs, Andrews scored five and Rotella scored two runs. Bryce Zaparzynski had a hit and scored a run.
Kyle Colegrove had three hits and scored two runs for Williamson.
Zaparzynski started for Mansfield, followed by Hillson and Andrews, who got the win. The three combined for seven strikeouts.
Derrick Gee started for Williamson and Kyle Colegrove took the loss.
Mansfield hosts Troy today.