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Tioga County Sports Report
OWEGO — SVEC improved to 5-2 in Quad County / Ithaca Baseball League action with victories over McGraw and Ithaca this past week.

SVEC 9, McGraw 2
The Eagles’ Hunter Harmon and Ty Beeman paired up to record 17 strikeouts.

Harmon fanned nine of the first 10 batters, giving up a run on one base hit in the bottom of the first. He would surrender another run in the fourth as McGraw picked up a walk, double and single. SVEC turned a 1-3-6 double play during the inning.

Bemman struck out five in a row to start two innings of no-hit relief and gave up one walk.

SVEC Jacek Teribury singled and scored, and Beeman singled in the first, making it a 1-0 contest.

In the second, Owen Huizinga had a walk and a run, Zach Lang and Jason Jantz added base hits and James Chrysler drew a base on balls as the Eagles went ahead, 2-1.

SVEC made it a 3-1 lead in the third as Ryan Swayze and Harmon worked walks, and Swayze scored.

Ahead, 3-2, SVEC got singles and runs from Huizinga and Jacob VanEtten to push the lead to 5-2. Jantz added a single, and Lang and Chrysler tacked on walks.

The Eagles put up four insurance runs in the seventh. Beeman walked and scored while Ethan Ashby, Huizinga and VanEtten contributed singles and runs. Lang added a base hit, making him 3-for-3 on the day.

Jantz and Huizinga both went 2-for-3, and VanEtten was 2-for-4 as SVEC collected a dozen hits.

SVEC 8, Ithaca 6
The Eagles squandered a 5-1 advantage, but bounced back to score a trio of runs in their final at-bats.

Teribury started the rally with a one-out solo home run in the top of the sixth. Huizinga followed with a triple then, with two away, Ty Beeman delivered a double. Both hitters scored, making it an 8-6 game.

SVEC loaded the bases in the first inning and put a runner on third in the second, but came away empty. The Eagles would find their way around the bases in the third as Huizinga singled and Smith walked and both scored.

Leading, 2-1, SVEC tacked on a trio of runs in the fourth. Swayze reached base safely to open the inning, Teribury doubled and Smith was hit by a pitch, and all three scored. Beeman reached on an error and was stranded at third.

Ithaca came back to take a 5-4 edge in the fifth behind two hits, an error and a base on balls.

Hunter Harmon went 3-for-4 at the plate, and Huizinga and Beeman added two hits each for the Eagles, who had 10 hits.

Teribury, Harmon and Beeman shared the pitching duties for SVEC, which plays at Trumansburg (6-0) Tuesday. The trio struck out 11 batters while scattering three hits and seven walks.

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