IAC JV BASEBALL: SVEC RIDING 5-GAME HOT STREAK (2022-05-09)
Tioga County Sports Report
(Submitted by Michael Siegel, Candor JV baseball coach)
CANDOR / SPENCER — The SVEC JV baseball team is riding a hot streak, winning five games in a row against Dryden, three against OM/WG and Newfield entering their final regular season game against Whitney Point Monday.
4/28 @ Dryden
SVEC stole the lead late in the game in a 4-3 victory over Dryden to move SVEC to 4-4 on the season.
Dryden fired up the offense in the first inning. Bachner drew a walk, scoring one run. SVEC notched three runs in the third inning highlighted by an RBI triple by Cyrus Toyrla. The game was tied at three with SVEC batting in the top of the fifth when Jason Jantz hit a solo homer.
Ethan Ashby pitched SVEC to victory. The righthander lasted four innings, allowing four hits and three runs while striking out six. Zachary Lang and Cameron Sinn entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief. Lang struck out five in two innings of work and Sinn recorded the last three outs to earn the save for SVEC.
Murphy took the loss for Dryden. The hurler allowed five hits and four runs over six innings, striking out 14 and walking one.
Jantz went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead SVEC in hits. Toyrla, Lang and Jadyn Brodie added hits for SVEC.
Poole led Dryden with three hits in four at bats. Dryden stole nine bases during the game as Murphy led the way with two.
5/2 @ OM/WG
SVEC claimed a 9-5 victory despite a big push by OM/WG in the seventh inning. The win brought SVEC to a 5-4 record. The big inning for OM/WG came thanks to walks by Bockelcamp and Baldasarre and a single by Gulini.
SVEC opened up scoring in the first inning, when Zachary Lang singled on a 1-2 count, scoring two runs.
Cameron Sinn earned the win for SVEC. Sinn lasted four innings, allowing three hits and two runs while striking out four. Lang and Ethan Ashby entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.
SVEC flashed the leather in the field with diving plays in the outfield by Jacek Teribury and Camden Cody.
Hines took the loss for OM/WG. The bulldog allowed nine hits and six runs over 4 2/3 innings, striking out one.
SVEC scattered 13 hits in the game. Sinn, Jason Jantz, Lang, Parker Robinson, and Levi Anderson each collected two hits to lead SVEC. Sinn led SVEC with three stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with 14 stolen bases.
Hines went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead OM/WG in hits.
5/4 vs. OM/WG
SVEC snagged a late lead and defeated OM/WG 5-4 moving their IAC league record to 6-4 on the season.
OM/WG opened the scoring on a fielding error in the first. SVEC knotted things up in the bottom of the first on an RBI single by Parker Robinson. SVEC captured the lead in the second inning when Levi Anderson singled on a 1-1 count, scoring one run. OM/WG responded with two of their own in the top of the third on a single by Gulini and a fielder’s choice play.
SVEC tied things back up at three apiece on an RBI single by Jadon Heidl in the bottom of the third. OM/WG responded with another run in the top of the fourth taking the lead on a single by Hines. Down by a run, with SVEC batting in the bottom of the sixth Wyatt Ross and Cameron Sinn hit back to back RBI doubles to take the lead 5-4.
Ethan Ashby got the win for SVEC. The righty allowed one hit and one run over four innings, striking out eight in relief. Heidl started the game for the Eagles, striking out eight while giving up three runs on two hits and four walks.
Bockelcamp took the loss for OM/WG. The hurler allowed four hits and two runs over three innings, striking out three. Lohmeyer started the game for OM/WG. The bulldog went three innings, allowing three runs on five hits and striking out three.
SVEC had nine hits in the game. Heidl and Sinn each collected two hits to lead SVEC. Robinson, Ross, Anderson, Owen Huizinga and Jacek Teribury all added a hit. SVEC tore up the base paths, as three players stole at least two bases. Jason Jantz led the way with four.
SVEC sailed to an easy victory over OM/WG 10-3 on Friday, moving their record to 7-4 and getting the season sweep of OM/WG.
SVEC got things started in the first inning when Jadon Heidl singled on a 3-2 count, scoring one run. The Eagles added to their lead by putting up four runs in the sixth inning. Cameron Sinn, Jacek Teribury, Heidl, and Wyatt Ross each had RBIs in the big inning.
Teribury earned the win for SVEC. The righty went five innings, allowing three runs on three hits, striking out 12 and walking one. Sinn and Zachary Lang entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.
Hines took the loss for OM/WG. The bulldog went three innings, allowing three runs on seven hits, striking out two and walking one.
SVEC collected 14 hits on the day. Ross, Sinn, Teribury, and Heidl each had multiple hits for SVEC. Ross went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead SVEC in hits. Lang, Owen Huizinga, Jason Jantz, Levi Anderson and Deveon Aman added hits to the effort. Sinn led SVEC with two stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with nine stolen bases.
Lohmeyer led OM/WG with two hits in two at bats.
5/7 @ Newfield
Both offenses were strong in a SVEC 10-8 victory over Newfield. The Eagles move to 8-4 with the win.
Deveon Aman earned the win for SVEC as the righty came out firing three perfect innings to start the game. Aman lasted four innings, allowing one hit and two runs while striking out five and walking one. Ethan Ashby and Cameron Sinn entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.
SVEC took the lead 4-0 by adding two runs each in the top of the third and fourth on heads up base-running by Owen Huizinga and Ashby. Levi Anderson also contributed an RBI single. Newfield responded with two in the bottom of the fourth. The Eagles then came back and scored three in the top of the sixth to make the game 7-2 on RBI singles by Jason Jantz and Sinn but the Trojans responded with two more of their own making it a 7-4 ball game heading into the final frame.
SVEC needed insurance and that is what they provided with three more in the top of the seventh on an RBI single by Parker Robinson and heads up base running.
Newfield scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning. Becker and Donley each drove in runs during the inning but Sinn slammed the door shut on a 10-8 victory for the Eagles.
Jenny took the loss for Newfield. The pitcher surrendered four runs on four hits over four innings, striking out four and walking one.
SVEC tallied nine hits on the day. Jason Jantz led the team with three and Robinson added two himself. Sinn, Huizinga, Anderson and Jacek Teribury each added a hit in the effort. Huizinga and Robison scored three runs apiece accounting for more than half of the team’s runs.
Becker went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead Newfield in hits.