Jamestown High School scored runs in the final four innings to pull out an Erie County Interscholastic Conference Division1 baseball victory on Wednesday at the Martin Road Complex.
Down 3-0 after 2 innings, the Red Raiders scored three times in the third, once in the fourth, twice in the fifth and four more times in the sixth to record a 10-6 victory over Williamsville North.
The win lifted the Red Raiders' league record to 2-6 and improved their overall mark to 3-10.
Clymer’s Andrew Heil dives safely back to first ahead of a pickoff attempt at first base during Wednesday’s Division 4 baseball game against North Collins. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
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With the defeat, Williamsville North dropped its league mark to 3-5.
Chris Haase smashed a two-run single during the four-run sixth that broke it open for Jamestown. Earlier in the third, Cameron Haberberger stroked a two-run single.
Jake Sisson and Alex Guzman split four hits for Jamestown with Sisson hitting a double. Adam Westley also had a double in the win.
Brett Dehner recorded the win, working 6 innings, striking out seven and scattering 11 hits. He didn't issue a walk.
Travis Green had three hits and three RBIs for Williamsville North, which defeated Jamestown, 5-1, earlier in the season.
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Dakota Morano allowed four runs on four hits over four innings as Cassadaga Valley defeated Maple Grove, 8-4, in a non-league baseball game on Wednesday afternoon.
The Cougars (5-2) scored three runs in the top of the first inning, highlighted by a Matt Halowell (3-for-3) solo home run and a Matt Heath double, and then added three more in the fourth thanks to Nick Peterson's (2-for-4) two-run double.
Cassadaga Valley finished with 10 hits.
Maple Grove (6-7), which scored a run in the third inning and three in the sixth, was led by Jonah Tanner, who went 3-for-4 with a pair of RBIs, Jake Swan, who had two hits, and Josh Ahlstrom, who had two hits, including a double.
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Maple Grove is back in action today at Panama.
CROSBY LIFTS PIRATES
CLYMER - Austin Crosby blanked front-running North Collins over the final 2 innings and had the hit that brought Clymer a 9-8 come-from-behind win to forge a three-way first-place tie with Brocton.
In relief of starter Jake Wiggers, Crosby gave up a hit with three strikeouts and two walks to gain the win.
The Pirates, who recovered from a 4-0 deficit, trailed by an 8-7 deficit entering the seventh inning when they scored twice to pull it out.
Evan Woods doubled home Matt DeStevens, who walked, with the tying run and scored the winner on Crosby's single.
Wiggers had an RBI triple in the three-run fourth inning, Dan Lictus a double and Tom Heiser a leadoff double in the fifth for Clymer.
Jason Keough lashed a two-run double in the loss.