PGCBL Roundup: Dubas draws first for Outlaws, Red Wings fly past Flames and Gilbert swings holes through Blue Sox

Photo: TRAVIS LARNER

ONEONTA OUTLAWS (10-23) 19
ADIRONDACK TRAIL BLAZERS (12-22) 15      in 10
BOONVILLE, NY– Junior Ben Dubas (Alvernia University) led the Outlaws, who have won four of their last 10, with three hits, three RBI and three runs scored. Sophomore Matt Codispoti (University of Albany) had three RBI for the Trail Blazers.

NEWARK PILOTS (13-26) 7
JAMESTOWN JAMMERS (27-11) 5
JAMESTOWN, NY– Freshman Over Torres (Yavapai University) contributed two RBI for the Pilots, who have won back-to-back games. Freshman Will Frank (Canisius College) allowed two runs on seven hits and one walk with five strikeouts. Junior Ben Brookover (University of Texas-San Antonio) plated three runs on three hits for the Jammers. Sophomore Chris Vallimont (Mercyhurst University) struck out seven in four-and-one-third innings, giving up three runs on four hits and three walks for the Jammers.

ONONDAGA FLAMES (16-20) 7
GENEVA RED WINGS (23-15) 18
GENEVA, NY– Incoming freshman Dominic Toso (Bucknell University) went 4-for-7 with three RBI in the Red Wings’ fifth straight win. Sophomore Webb Little (Ithaca College) brought home two runs on two hits for the Flames. Sophomore Matt Carey (Ithaca College/Webster Thomas) went 2-for-5 for the Flames.

SAUGERTIES STALLIONS (15-20) 0
ALBANY DUTCHMEN (22-13) 6
ALBANY, NY– Sophomore Chase Allen (Limestone College) knocked in three runs to help the Dutchmen hand the Stallions a fourth straight loss. Junior Sean Boyle (Dallas Baptist University) pitched four-and-one-third scoreless innings for the Dutchmen, letting up four hits and striking out three. Freshman Kevin Napoleon (Butler University) surrendered two runs (one earned) on four hits and three walks in four-and-two-thirds innings.

UTICA BLUE SOX (11-24) 9
ELMIRA PIONEERS (21-18) 13
ELMIRA, NY– Sophomore Marshall Gilbert (John A. Logan College) had two hits in two at bats to drive in three runs, leading the Pioneers to the win and giving the Blue Sox a third consecutive loss. Junior Rob Andreoli (LIU Post) topped the Blue Sox with two RBI.

GLENS FALLS DRAGONS (12-24) 3
MOHAWK VALLEY DIAMONDDAWGS (23-8) 16
LITTLE FALLS, NY– Freshman Johnny Mayer (Norfolk State) went 3-for-4 with three runs scored and two RBI for the DiamondDawgs, who have won three straight.

MONDAY’S SCHEDULE:
AMSTERDAM MOHAWKS vs. SAUGERTIES STALLIONS 7:05 p.m.

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