FALCONER - The Southwestern Trojans (8-4) were able to finish off their Division 1 West baseball game with Falconer (6-6, 8-6) on Tuesday afternoon with a 10-2 win behind pitcher Noah Weinstein.
The game made it through two innings on May 15 before being called due to rain, and was finished up with the final five innings on Tuesday.
Weinstein earned the win in six innings of work in which he gave up five hits, struck out five and walked four while helping his own cause with a double.
Mitch Carter tossed five innings for the Golden Falcons and gave up four hits and four walks with five earned runs.
Helping the Trojans' offense was Ben Burk, who was 2-for-3 with a double, and Eric Priester who was also 2-for-3.
For Falconer A.J. Genco was 2-for-3 with a double, Jake Youngberg was 2-for-4, and Jimmy Schwab smacked a double.
DIVISION 2 WEST
PIRATES TOP T'BIRDS
CLYMER- The Clymer Pirates (5-6, 5-6) picked up a 7-4 win over Chautauqua Lake (8-4, 11-5) as Andrew Heil pitched a complete game.
Supplying the offense were Jake Wiggers with two singles and two RBIs, Mitch Einink with a single, a double, and three RBIS, and Evan Woods with two singles. Adam Einink also chipped in with a single and a double for the Pirates.
Braydyn Wappat got the start on the hill for Chautauqua Lake and went three innings with one strikeout, three walks, and four earned runs. Offensively, Wappat smacked a triple.
DIVISION 2 WEST
ALBANESIUS TOSSES NO-HITTER
SHERMAN - Ashton Albanesius improved Chautauqua Lake to 10-1 in the division, tossing a no-hit shutout in a 32-0 victory over Sherman (0-12) on Monday.
The game was called due to weather after six innings of play. By that point, the junior hurler had 10 strikeouts, was a triple shy of hitting for the cycle, and drove in five runs.
Also for the Lady Thunderbirds Jade Walsh stroked four singles and had three RBIs, while Ashley Moulton and Abby Andriaccio had three hits a piece including one double each. Andriaccio also drove in four runs.
MOULTON LEADS WAY
CLYMER - Ashley Moulton cracked two doubles and two singles when Chautauqua Lake (11-1, 15-5) downed Clymer (2-10), 29-2, Tuesday.
Ashton Albanesius unloaded a three-run home run and also doubled among her three hits and Emily Steger doubled twice and singled to lead the winning 19-hit attack.
Abby Andriaccio added a triple and Olivia Anderson was the winning pitcher and was among the three hurlers used by the Chautauqua Lake.
Andrea Fredenburg had a double among the five Clymer hits.