Wednesday Baseball Wrap: Kriegelstein powers Victor to Monroe County Division I title; Wayland-Cohocton claims LCAA Division I crown (2024)

BRIGHTON (7-8) 1
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (13-4) 2

Bobby Rule's go-ahead sacrifice fly in the fifth scored Chase Shepanski as Churchville-Chili won its third straight. Lucas Karelus struck out eight and allowed one run on five hits across 6.1 innings to earn the win on the mound. Aaron Reina had a hit and an RBI for the Saints. James Derleth had two hits while Joshua Campbell, Evan Putney and Shepanski all added hits. Noah Wagner and Will Pecor had two hits apiece for Brighton. Wesley Sturrup added a hit, a run and an RBI.

CANANDAIGUA (11-6) 6
GREECE ATHENA (12-4) 11

Connor Osier went 3-for-4 with a home run, two runs and four RBI to power Greece Athena to its seventh straight win. Ryan Grasley also went deep and finished with three RBI. Derrick Allen struck out 11 in six innings of work while adding two hits, including a triple, two runs and an RBI. Sam Saucke had two hits, two runs and two stolen bases for the Trojans. Gio Stewart had one hit and two runs. Parker Goodness and Nick O'Toole each drove in a run while Thomas Rankin and Michael Coyle each scored once. Joshua Barnes led Canandaigua with two hits and an RBI. Nathan Brinza connected on a solo home run while Russell Barone doubled with a run and an RBI. Cole Harris doubled and scored two runs while Johnny Mohammed singled and scored. Aaron Crunick added a run for the Gray Wolves. READ MORE.

HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (7-9) 7
EASTRIDGE (8-9) 3

Jake Weber fanned 10 and allowed one run in six innings to lead Honeoye Falls-Lima to its fifth win in the last six. Weber added an RBI in the win. Conor Finn blasted a two-run home run, scoring twice in the game and stealing a base. Aidan Neenan tallied a double as part of a two-hit day with a run and an RBI. Andrew Wanzenried posted one hit, a run, an RBI and two stolen bases. Landon Hammond went 2-for-3 with two runs while Jack Farabell had an RBI single. Carson Meehan also had a hit for the Cougars. Xzavier Hughey led Eastridge going 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI. James Dietz doubled and scored two runs while Brennen Russo had a hit and an RBI. Evan Bishop drove in the other run for the Lancers. Declan Caron finished with a hit and a run while Aaden Bishop and Benigno Calixto had one hit each.

PITTSFORD MENDON (7-9) 4
BATAVIA (8-10) 1

Cameron Barbulean went the distance allowing one unearned run on two hits to lead Pittsford Mendon. Sam Pies scored the lone run for Batavia while Cole Grazioplene and Evan Alexander tallied one hit each.

RUSH-HENRIETTA (6-12) 5
VICTOR (14-3) 10

Nick Kriegelstein went 3-for-3 with a triple, a double, a run scored and an RBI to power Victor to its 10th straight victory. Weston Elkovitch hit a solo home run while Garret Clar and Drew Stagnitto both had a pair of RBI. Mitchell Schalberg was 2-for-4 with a triple and two runs while John Swartz doubled, tripled and scored. Nate Power started on the mound and went three innings before Jack Guiffrie entered in the fourth inning and finishedthe game, allowing one run and striking out three. Weston Elkovitch had a solo home run in thefirst inning. Garret Clar and Drew Stagnitto both had two RBI. Brenden Mangone and Austin Yagerie were both 2-for-4 with an RBI for Rush-Henrietta. Mason Davey added three hits and Quentin Grimes tripled.

WEBSTER SCHROEDER (11-5) 7
FAIRPORT (14-4) 12

Fairport scored eight in the sixth to rally to its fourth consecutive win. Nathan VanDeVoorde went 2-for-3 with a double, two runs and two RBI. Will Stanek, Sam Miller, Jackson Rucker and Patrick Lindquist all tallied two hits for the Red Raiders in the win. Stanek and Rucker each added a run and an RBI while Miller tacked on a run. Lindquist plated one. Sam Roselli pitched three shutout innings in relief to earn the win and scored two runs. Matt Bartusek drove in two runs and scored once. Grant Ludwig and Will Nunn had a hit and a run each while Aiden Nelson also added a hit. Jack Simpson led Webster Schroeder with a double, two runs and two RBI. Aiden Julian also drove in a pair of runs. Justin Maier tallied two hits and a run while Tyler Cannon had two hits, including a triple, and scored twice. Parker Holden also had two hits and an RBI while Orlando Figueroa reached twice and scored.

AQUINAS (10-6) 12
IRONDEQUOIT (8-7) 13

Max Angle scored Taylor Filighera to walk it off for Irondequoit. Carraig Jones blasted a home run, two doubles and a single with two runs scored and five RBI to spearhead the offensive attack. Colby Mroczek added three hits and an RBI while Jackson Mroczek, Max Spitz and Jack Bayerl each had two hits.

PENFIELD (4-13) 11
GATES CHILI (5-13) 4

BLOOMFIELD (9-6) 1
GREECE ARCADIA (2-15) 3

Dom Zona had an RBI single while striking out seven in a complete-game effort to power Greece Arcadia. Jack Pilgrim tallied two hits and a run while Joseph Zona also had a hit and a run. Jacob Huffman also recorded a run for the Titans. Morgan McLaughlin led Bloomfield with eight punchouts across six innings. McLaughlin allowed two earned runs on three hits and added a 2-for-3 day at the plate. Zach Chavez added a single for the Bombers.

ELBA (4-11) 0
CHARLES G. FINNEY (5-10) 1

Mikey Crandall struck out 13 and walked two in a two-hit shutout to lead Finney. Crandall retired 12 of the first 14 batters he faced and worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the sixth inning getting a fly ball to end the threat. Xavier Owens doubled and drove in Daniel Colon in the first inning with the game's lone run. Jadon Maus and Olin Pickens had a single apiece in the win. Elba's Bing Zuber connected on a triple. Mark Caparco added a single for the Lancers.

BOLIVAR RICHBURG (15-2) 3
WELLSVILLE (15-1) 13

Trent Green doubled and tripled en route to a five RBI day to lead Wellsville to its 11th straight win. Cooper Brockway tallied two hits, including a triple, and two RBI. Alex Green and Aiden Cowburn also each tripled while Ty Vogel went 3-for-4 with three runs and two RBI. Karson Grover racked up three hits, a run and two RBI. Brennen Geffers added a hit, a run and two RBI. Kingston Loucks had a double and an RBI for Bolivar Richburg. Landon Barkley had two hits, a run and an RBI. Trey Buchholz singled, stole a base and scored while Aydin Sisson scored and drove in a run. Reiss Gaines added a double for B-R.

FRANKLIN/WOIS (4-10) 2
WILSON/EARLY COLLEGE (9-4) 12

MCQUAID JESUIT (6-12) 4
BALDWINSVILLE (III) 8

Thomas Bailey had an RBI triple and scored a run to lead McQuaid. Pierce Meck and Zach Craib added an RBI each while Thomas O'Reilly scored a pair of runs. John Wilmarth and Dan Luce recorded one hit apiece for the Knights.

WAYNE (6-10) 6
PALMYRA-MACEDON (8-7)
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Palmyra-Macedon rallied with two runs in the seventh to earn a walk off win. Brennan Pipitone led off the inning with a triple before the next four batters walked, forcing in two runs. Tino LoPresto worked the winning free pass to score JB Conklin. Pipitone finished with two hits, a run and two RBI along with 11 strikeouts in 6.1 innings on the mound. LoPresto added a single and a run to his line. Isiah Stephens went 2-for-4 with a triple, a run and an RBI while Brayden Leo tallied a hit, a run, an RBI and a stolen base. Trevor Delmarle tacked on an RBI and Camron Quick scored a run for the Red Raiders. Peter Treasure Jr led Wayne going 3-for-4 with a pair of triples and an RBI. Parker Holtz launched a solo home run as part of a two-hit, two-run performance. Michael Grasso delivered a two-run single while Michael Prentice tallied a hit, a run and an RBI. Kahlen Clark had two hits, including a triple, and scored. Jared Dier and Aidan Twist each had one hit and scored for the Eagles.

MARCUS WHITMAN (1-8) 1
HONEOYE (12-3) 14

DUNDEE/BRADFORD (5-6) 14
SOUTH SENECA//ROMULUS (4-9) 5

Nathan Kiskaden went 3-for-5 with a doubleto propel Dundee/Bradford. Caleb Semans got the win twirling six innings and striking out seven. Alex Goltry and Chris Clancey each went 2-for-4 while Zach Grant tripled. Joey Torpy and Jeremy Stiles added singlesfor D/B.

MYNDERSE ACADEMY (7-9) 12
NEWARK (5-11) 0

Alan Plummer doubled and hit a grand slam in a five-RBI day to lead Mynderse to its second win in a row. Tommy Rook had a two-run single while Robert Meeks, Jake Prayne and Cullen Herron all had RBI singles. Jaden Follett had a pair of hits and an RBI while Jomar Ruiz tallied an RBI double.Tucker Martin struck out two in one inning and doubled. Aiden Levis allowed one hit in four innings with six strikeouts. Devin Littlefield and Carlos Martinez had hits for Newark.

MARION (0-12) 2
LYONS (6-10) 11

Ben and Braden Bookmiller combined to hold Marion to two hits as Lyons won its second game in the last three.

NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (11-4) 4
SODUS (9-6) 2

Kaden Milliman's two-run double was the big blow as North Rose-Wolcott won its fourth in a row. Axton Paul struck out seven in 5.1 innings while adding a hit. Logan Caves tallied two hits and a run while striking out all five batters he faced to close the game. Cody Crane had a hit, a run and an RBI while Nicholas Gilbert singled and scored twice. Marcus Haffner tacked on a hit for the Cougars. Austin Cincinello led Sodus with two hits, including a double, and a run. Jordan Orrange Paton also doubled and recorded an RBI. Evan Laird singled and scored while Logan Bulman had an RBI.

EAST ROCHESTER (10-7) 13
RED CREEK (1-11) 3

Noah Wollschleger earned the win in relief striking out seven. Landon Wollschleger hit a two-run double in the third inning when East Rochester pulled away for the victory.

DANSVILLE (9-5) 8
HORNELL (2-9) 7

Reid Martin posted two hits, two runs and two stolen bases to help lead Dansville. Martin earned the win on the mound, striking out eight across 6.1 innings and surrendering one earned run. Mason Mann tripled and scored twice with an RBI. Brian Geiger had a hit and two runs while Mark Sick had a hit and two RBI. Logan Kendall added a hit and an RBI for the Mustangs. Wyatt Evingham led Hornell with two hits and an RBI while Genarro Picco and Davin Oyer each tallied a hit, a run and an RBI. Andy Davis singled and scored twice while Dan Barnett and Aaron McInerney had one hit apiece.

HAVERLING (7-5) 5
WAYLAND-COHOCTON (13-4) 8

Tony Schirmer allowed seven hits over 6.2 innings giving up three earned runs to pick up the victory. Ethan Loop went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI for Wayland-Cohocton, which clinched the Livingston County Division I title with the victory.

AVON (3-9) 3
GENESEO (11-5) 13

Kellen O'Brien and Brady O'Brien powered the attack for Geneseo. Brady tallied three hits, scored two runs and drove in one. Kellen recorded two hits and plated a pair. Cooper Warner added two hits with an RBI and two runs while Phillip Dotterweich scored three runs. Oren Ray singled and walked with two stolen bases, two runs and an RBI. Tyler Churchfield and Samuel Chanler each had an RBI single and Preston Granger reached twice and scored two runs.

LE ROY (10-5) 9
LETCHWORTH (9-4) 4

Alex Spezzano had three hits, including a double, and two RBI as Le Roy won its fourth in a row. Luke Lathan also had three hits with a double and two RBI. Drew Strollo hit a double and scored a run. Jackson Spezzano earned the win on the mound allowing two runs and striking out seven over six innings. Brady McClurg closed out the game on the mound and added a single, two stolen bases and a run scored. Jake Stowell and Adam Halsey had two singles for Letchworth and Jake Hunsinger had a single and a double.

ALEXANDER (9-5) 11
ATTICA (8-7) 1

Trenton Woods went 3-for-3 with a stolen base and a pair of runs as Alexander raced to its fourth straight win. Tyler Marino allowed one run on two hits and two walks with three punchouts over five innings to earn the win.Sean Pietryzkowskiwas 2-for-3 with two runs, two stolen bases and an RBI. Marino, Anthony Auricchio, Anthony Pellegrino and Carson Lear each tacked on a hit.Brayden King doubled while Sam Strezlec had a single and the only Attica run.

FILLMORE (8-6) 23
FRIENDSHIP-SCIO (0-14) 1

Fillmore exploded with a 15-run second inning to win its second in a row. Isaac Wilcox racked up four hits, with two doubles, three runs, two RBI and two stolen bases. Jack Boon doubled twice as part of a three-hit, three-run, three-RBI day. James Hillman recorded two hits, including a triple, scoring four times and driving in two. Jared Boon tallied three RBI and a run. Malcom Nusbickle added an RBI while Nolan Krzeminski singled, scored two and drove in one. The duo of Nusbickle and Krzeminski combined for all five innings of work on the mound, holding Friendship-Scio to three hits and three walks while striking out seven. Jude Beardsley added a hit, three runs and an RBI while Damon Potter had a hit, two RBI and a run. Brayden Hennard scored three times, tallying a hit and an RBI while Ryan Vedder also scored twice. Nick Sortore, Kody Marvin and Tyler Nickerson had one hit apiece for Friendship-Scio. Marvin's RBI double scored Sortore in the fifth.

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Wednesday Baseball Wrap: Kriegelstein powers Victor to Monroe County Division I title; Wayland-Cohocton claims LCAA Division I crown (2024)

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