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  • SCHOLASTIC BASEBALL ROUNDUP: CVA's Marquissee shuts out Cooperstown

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  • COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Central Valley Academy’s Jared Marquissee outlasted Cooperstown Hawkeye Ray Cabrera in Monday’s pitching duel and the Thunder won 4-0 with four runs in the seventh inning.
    Marquissee, a senior left-hander, hurled a four-hit shutout with 14 strikeouts and no walks. Cabrera countered with nine strikeouts for the Hawkeyes and shut the Thunder out until the last inning.
    Connor Schultz drew a walk to start the seventh inning for Central Valley Academy. Evan Dunning followed with his third single of the game and Matt Klosner walked to load the bases. Marquissee’s double sent Schultz and Dunning home, and Klosner scored on Cam Taylor’s sacrifice fly. A wild pitch allowed Marquissee to score the final run.
    Central Valley Academy 000 000 4 — 4 8 0
    Cooperstown 000 000 0 — 0 4 1
    Jared Marquissee and Mitchell Werenczak. Ray Cabrera, Zach France (7) and Jack Donnelly. W — Marquissee. L — Cabrera. 2B — Central Valley Academy, Sonny Cacciatore, Marquissee, Matt Klosner. Records — Central Valley Academy 2-6; Cooperstown 1-5.
    WEST WINFIELD, N.Y. — The Mt. Markham Mustangs scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning Monday and grabbed a 2-1 win against the Canastota Raiders.
    Canastota had scored its run in the top of the first and Josh Purdy carried a shutout through six innings.
    Mike Gras earned the win with a five-hitter for the Mustangs.
    Canastota 100 000 0 — 1 5 2
    Mt. Markham 000 000 2 — 2 5 1
    W — Mike Gras. L — Jake Purdy. 2B — Canastota, John Popple; Mt. Markham, Geoff Rogers. Records — Canastota 2-7, 2-3 CSC-I; Mt. Markham 5-1, 3-1 CSC-I.
    FRANKFORT, N.Y. — The Frankfort-Schuyler Maroon Knights were limited to two hits Monday buy scratched out three runs and beat the Oriskany Redskins 3-1 in a meeting of Center State Conference division-leaders.
    Tyler Tarkowski took the loss for the Division IV Redskins in his matchup with the Division II Maroon Knights’ ace, Joe DeSarro.
    Sam Martel had two hits for Oriskany and Nick Springer drove Ryan Enos home for the team’s lone run in the fourth inning.
    Oriskany 000 100 0 — 1 6 5
    Frankfort-Schuyler 101 010 X — 3 2 0
    W — Joe DeSarro. L — Tyler Tarkowski. 2B — Oriskany, Ryan Enos, Alex Liddy. Records — Oriskany 7-3; Frankfort-Schuyler 6-1.
    HOLLAND PATENT, N.Y. — The Holland Patent Golden Knights scored nine runs in the first inning Monday and defeated Herkimer’s Magicians 15-3.
    Nico Ramos had three hits and three runs batted in for the Golden Knights, Jordan Dziekan had two hits and three runs batted in, and Devin Franco and Steve McGahey each drove in two runs.
    Herkimer 010 101 0 — 3 5 5
    Page 2 of 3 - Holland Patent 901 005 X — 15 12 3
    W — Nick Palmer. L — Dan Appley. 2B — Herkimer, Appley; Holland Patent, Jordan Dziekan, Jared Fisher, Nico Ramos, Devin Franco. Records — Holland Patent 7-1.
    MORRIS 1
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N.Y. — Thomas Worobey and Taylor Price combined to strike 14 Morris batters out Monday in the Richfield Springs Indians’ 6-1 victory.
    Kyler Mower and Bryan Hill each scored two runs for the Indians who had just three hits, all singles. Worobey struck out seven batters in four innings and Price added seven more strikeouts in three hitless innings of relief.
    Morris 001 000 0 — 1 4 3
    Richfield Springs 022 110 X — 6 3 1
    Morlock, Showers (4) and n/a. Thomas Worobey, Taylor Pice (5) and n/a. W — Worobey. L — Morlock. Sv — Price.
    BOONVILLE, N.Y. — Theo Wind hit a tie-breaking two-run home run in the top of the ninth inning Monday and the Little Falls Mounties defeated Adirondack’s Wildcats 7-5 at the Boonville Youth Athletic Association's Dr. Robert Smith Sports Complex.
    Michael Luppino drew a walk in the ninth and Wind, who had already singled, tripled and scored two runs, stepped to the plate with one out. Wind’s home run gave Little Falls a 6-4 lead and the Mounties would add a run before the inning was over.
    Adirondack, which had scored a run in the bottom of the seventh to send the game to extra innings, threatened again in the ninth. Ryan Dellerba reached base on an error and scored on a one-out Elliot Hernandez single. Zach Merriam singled with two outs, putting the tying runs at first and third, before Mitchell Baumeister got the final out on a ground ball to Wind at shortstop.
    Wind started the game on the mound for Little Falls and surrendered three runs in the bottom of the first after the Mounties had scored three in the top of the inning. The Mounties started the game with consecutive singles by Baumeister, Luppino, Wind and Sean Ward.
    Little Falls added a run in the second inning and the score remained 4-3 until the seventh.
    Ward had two hits and two runs batted in. Luppino also had two hits. Wind struck out six batters through four innings and Baumeister fanned 10 over the final five innings without allowing a walk or an earned run.
    Hernandez had two hits for the Wildcats and scored the tying run on an error in the seventh inning.
    LITTLE FALLS 7, ADIRONDACK 5, nine innings
    Little Falls 310 000 003 — 7 11 4
    Adirondack 300 000 101 — 5 6 2
    Theo Wind, Mitchell Baumeister (5) and Jon Willman. Banks, Merriam (3), Dellerba (8) and Chambers. W — Baumeister. L — Dellerba. 2B — Little Falls, Willman; Adirondack, Wiedmer. 3B — Little Falls, Wind. HR — Little Falls, Wind. Records — Little Falls 4-2; Adirondack 3-2.
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    DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. — Johann Doerrer pitched a complete game with nine strikeouts for Dolgeville and drove in four runs in at the plate in the Blue Devils’ 13-3 win over the Westmoreland Bulldogs.
    Doerrer allowed three runs, all unearned, on eight hits and one walk. He had a two-run triple and a two-run single.
    Reid Johnson and Alex Johnson each walked three times and scored three runs for the Blue Devils. Darin Darling had three hits, three RBI and two runs scored while Danny Fox and Dakota Walrath also scored twice. Fox had two hits.
    Westmoreland 110 010 0 — 3 8 4
    Dolgeville 405 310 X — 13 9 4
    W — Johann Doerrer. L — Hogan. 2B — Dolgeville, Danny Fox. 3B — Dolgeville — Doerrer. Records — Dolgeville 5-3.
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