Tioga County Sports Report
ENDICOTT — Owego (Beyer) racked up a pair of impressive wins at the U-E 12U Tournament over the weekend.
On Saturday, Owego defeated U-E (Fellows), 17-5, in four innings in C division play. Sunday brought a five-inning triumph, this one 12-2 over Binghamton.
>Owego 17, U-E 5
Leading 5-0, Owego sent 16 batters to the plate in the fourth inning.
Matthew Lewis, Jamie Harrison and Devin Card scored two runs apiece in the onslaught. Sam Sherwood belted a two-run triple and Zach Hammond drove in a pair of runs with a base hit.
Owego scored twice in the first and three more in the second.
Owego finished with 12 hits on the day.
Hammond was 2-for-2 with a double, two runs and three RBI; and Harrison went 2-for-2 with three runs and two RBI; Parker Jenkins went 2-for-2 with two runs and an RBI; and Noah Christ went 2-for-3 with two runs to highlight the effort.
Adam Llewellyn had a hit, run and RBI; Sherwood contributed a triple, run and two RBI; Jack Buchsbaum scored a run; Lewis chipped in with a hit and three runs; Card scored twice; and Sam Beyer added a hit.
Beyer threw 3 1/3 innings, allowing just one hit while striking out eight and walking four. Buchsbaum pitched to the final three batters with one strikeout and one walk.
Owego 12, Binghamton 2
Owego scored the first eight runs in this one.
Down, 2-0, Christ, Llewellyn, Sherwood and Jenkins all scored following a walk, single, walk and single, respectively. Matthew Lewis reached on a fielder's choice and score to make it 5-0 after an inning.
Christ and Llewellyn added runs in the second, and Harrison tripled and scored in the third to push the advantage to 8-0.
Sherwood and Jenkins scored in the fourth, and Lewis and Harrison tacked on the final runs in the fifth.
Owego had nine hits in the game.
Harrison went 2-for-3 with a triple, double and two runs; Sherwood was 2-for-2 with two runs; Jenkins went 2-for-3 with two runs; and Christ, Llewellyn and Lewis had one hit and two runs apiece.
Sherwood struck out nine over four innings, giving up just one hit and a trio of walks. Hammond fanned all three batters in the fifth.
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