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Potter, Fillmore come back to beat Genesee Valley/Belfast, 7-5 | Newsletter

BELFAST — Damon Potter’s go-ahead single in the seventh inning capped a comeback win for Fillmore in an Allegany County baseball win at Genesee Valley/Belfast on Tuesday.

With Potter’s two-run single, the Eagles went on to a 7-5 win in county league play, coming back from 3-0 and 5-2 deficits.

Ryan Daciw hit a three-run home run in the first inning for GVBC (4-2). He also struck out seven and walked one over 5 ⅓ innings.

Potter struck out nine and walked seven over five innings for Fillmore (3-1). Nolan Krzeminski and Isaac Wilcos both went 2-for-3.

ALLEGANY COUNTY

Bolivar-Richburg 16, Andover/Whitesville 1, 5 innings

ANDOVER — With 14 hits and seven walks, Bolivar-Richburg piled up runs for a five-inning win.

Aayden Sisson led the Wolverines (5-0), hitting 2-for-3 with a triple, two RBI and a run and Kingston Loucks, who was 2-for-4 with four RBI and a run. Braden Zilker doubled, Reiss Gaines had a hit, two walks, three runs and an RBI; and Caden Allen had a hit, walk, two runs and an RBI. Gaines and Zilker combined for nine strikeouts and one walk on the hill.

Andover/Whitesville (0-2) marked four hits, all between Vincent Joyce and James Miller-Young (run), who both went 2-for-2.

CCAA I

Salamanca 2, Dunkirk 0

DUNKIRK — Jaxson Ross helped Salamanca bounce back from a loss to Dunkirk on Monday, avenging it with a complete game pitching effort.

Ross struck out 14 batters as Salamanca improved to 5-1 overall (1-1 league).

Southwestern 11, Allegany-Limestone 4

JAMESTOWN — Chase Kartesz’s three-run home run helped Southwestern break the game open in a 10-run third inning.

The Trojans had six hits on their 11 runs but also worked seven walks. Judd Harris struck out six without a walk over five innings and had two hits and two RBI at the plate.

For A-L (3-4, 0-2), Sean Conroy had two hits and scored twice. Collin Forrest started and struck out five with two walks over three innings.

“We’ll just keep plugging away,” A-L coach Eric Hemphill said. “That one bad inning has gotten us the last couple games.”

CCAA III

Portville 13, Cattaraugus-Little Valley 1, 5 innings

CATTARAUGUS — Portville’s Aidan DeFazio threw 3 ⅔ scoreless innings, holding Cattaraugus-Little Valley to one hit as he struck out eight without a walk.

Ethan Obergfell (Triple, two RBI, three runs), Luke Petryszak (RBI, three runs), Nik Manroe (three RBI) and Karsen Padlo (run, three RBI) had two hits each for the Panthers (3-0). Hayden Emley finished out the evening on the mound for the last five outs.

Camden Young, J Murphy and Brayden Young marked the lone hits for Cattaraugus-Little Valley (1-3), who fell to Portville for the second time in as many days.

Gowanda 10, Franklinville 6

GOWANDA — Noah Shenk hit two singles for Franklinville and added a run and RBI as the Panthers fell at home.

Also for Franklinville (1-4, 1-3), Matt Spittler hit a two-run double, Beau Bielecki singled with an RBI and Bretton Blecha singled and scored twice.

For Gowanda, Blake Herman doubled, Logan Ruff had two hits with an RBI and two runs while Seth Geiger and Drew Kota both had singles and two RBI each. Carter Capozzi struck out seven over the first four innings.

Ellicottville 16, Silver Creek/Forestville 4, 6 innings

SILVER CREEK — Ellicottville (2-1, 1-1) bounced back, avenging a Monday home loss as Cameron Mendell threw six innings in a one-hitter.

Mendell struck out six and walked five, allowing one earned and two unearned runs. At the plate, Emmett Jacobson-Coolidge went 2-for-3 with a bases-clearing triple, finishing with two runs and four RBI. Owen Chudy doubled, walked twice, scored three times and drove in a run. Hunter Smith also had three RBI and Rylan Benjamin had a key two-out single in the fourth.

Dom Anders had the lone hit for Silver Creek/Forestville.

“The big difference was the pitching … Cameron Mendell was outstanding for us today,” Ellicottville coach Chris Mendell said. “He had a no-hitter going into the fifth and we made some plays behind him defensively, which was a bonus. We also had some timely hitting. Everything starts with pitching and we just played complementary baseball behind Cameron.”

ECIC III

Pioneer 6, Cheektowaga 3

ARCADE — Pioneer’s Cole Rhodus pitched a perfect game, striking out six without a walk.

At the plate for the Panthers (4-1, 2-0), Ryker Waite (double, three RBI) and Dalton Morgan (two runs) had two hits each.

Cheektowaga pitchers Joseph Sapio and Jacob Malcowski combined for five strikeouts and three walks.

NON-LEAGUE

Wellsville 18, Olean 8, 5 innings

WELLSVILLE — Gavin Haggerty (two runs, four RBI), Aiden Cowburn, Tyler Vogel, Alex Green and Trenton Green marked two hits each in a home win for Wellsville (8-1).

Danny Havers went 3-for-3 for Olean (0-3) and Trevor Crouch went 2-for-3.

AT ANDOVER

R H E

A/W 0 1 0 0 0 X X — 1 4 3

B-R 3 6 4 3 X X X — 16 11 1

Brody Vance (1 SO, 3 BB), Derek Perkins (3) (0 SO, 3 BB), Skyler Orpet (4) (2 SO, 1 BB) and Jake Mattison, Rogan Perkins

R Gaines (5 SO, 1 BB), B Zilker (4) (4 SO, 0 BB) and A Sisson

AT CATTARAUGUS

R H E

Portville 4 2 5 0 2 X X — 13 9 0

Catt-LV 0 0 0 0 1 X X — 1 3 5

Aidan DeFazio (8 SO, 2 BB), Hayden Emley (4) (2 SO, 2 BB) and Karsen Padlo

Matt Benzel (2 SO, 5 BB), Derek Howland (2) (2 SO, 0 BB), Camden Young (5) (1 SO, 2 BB) and DJ Szata

AT JAMESTOWN

R H E

A-L 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 — 4 7 2

SW 0 0 (10) 1 0 0 0 — 11 6 3

Collin Forrest (5 SO, 2 BB), Vinny LaBella (4) (2 SO, 5 BB) and Zane Gleason

Judd Harris (6 SO, 0 BB), Wilson Genareo (6) (5 SO, 1 BB) and Pete Conley

AT YORKSHIRE

R H E

Cheektowaga 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 — 3 5 2

Pioneer 2 0 1 2 1 0 X — 6 12 1

Joseph Sapio (3 SO, 2 BB), Jacob Malcowski (4) (2 SO, 1 BB) and Christopher Kibby

Cole Rhodus (6 SO, 1 BB) and Jake Kopinski

AT FRANKLINVILLE

R H E

Gowanda 4 2 0 3 0 0 1 — 10 8 2

Franklinville 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 — 6 5 2

Carter Capozzi (7 SO, 0 BB), Logan Ruff (5) (0 SO, 3 BB), Blake Herman (6) (5 SO, 1 BB) and Jayden Fish

Matt Spittler (4 SO, 5 BB), Tyrnan Farrington (3) (3 SO, 2 BB), Trevin Lane (5) (2 SO, 2 BB) and Beau Bielecki, Brady Tatlow (3)

AT WELLSVILLE

R H E

Olean 2 2 4 0 0 X X — 8 10 4

Wells. 4 X 1 9 4 X X — 18 12 3

Aaron Vincent (4 SO, 6 BB), Chase Vogtli (4) (3 SO, 4 BB) and Caine DeGolier

Cowburn (5 SO, 3 BB), Haggerty (3) (3 SO, 1 BB) and Alex Green

AT BELFAST

R H E

Fillmore 0 0 1 1 0 0 5 — 7 5 3

GV/Belfast 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 — 5 3 2

Damon Potter (9 SO, 7 BB), Braydon Hennard (6) (1 SO, 1 BB), Wade DeRock (7) (3 SO, 3 BB) and Nolan Krzemenski

Ryan Daciw (7 SO, 1 BB), Matt Cater (6) (2 SO, 1 BB), Fisher Herdman (7) (1 SO, 0 BB) and Evan Turybury

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