Here are some local high school varsity sports recaps from Wednesday’s events:
Varsity Baseball: Marathon vs. Whitney Point
The Marathon Olympians fell to a 1-8 record after losing a close game against Whitney Point with a final score of 7-11.
The Olympians were led by Ian Gacek (1 hit, 1 RBI & 2 runs), Zachary Birdsall (1 hit & 3 RBI’s), Jacob Byron (1 hit, & 3 runs), Braydin Drake (1 hit & 1 run), and Tim Morehouse (1 hit).
Whitney Point was mainly led by Remington Lounsbery (1 hit & 1 run) and Dillon Kooiman (1 hit, 1 RBI & 1 run).
“Errors got us again tonight,” said Marathon head coach Bryan Hoyt. “We played much better, especially considering the elements, but we still have some things to tighten up moving forward. Ian Gacek pitched a great game tonight (13 K’s, 2 hits, and only 2 ER). We have to do a better job closing games out when we have a pitcher throwing the way he did today. Offensively, I thought we did well.”
Marathon’s next game will be on the road against Moravia on Monday May 2nd at 4:30pm.
Varsity Softball: Marathon vs. Southern Cayuga
The Marathon Lady Olympians lost to Southern Cayuga with a score of 0-11.
“Southern Cayuga is a much improved team and we just could not get anything going all night,” said Marathon head coach Jamie Bush. Harvatine only struck out one batter, allowed 5 hits and two walks. Her defense did the rest. We are giving out too many walks as Southern Cayuga only had 4 hits, but plated 11 runs. As a team we did make contact with the ball, just did not find the gaps.”
Note: Individual stats of the game were not available by the time this article was written.
Up next, Marathon will play Moravia on the road this Friday (April 29th) at 4:30pm.
Varsity Girls Lacrosse: Cortland vs. Fulton
The Cortland Lady Tigers lost 4-18 against Fulton Wednesday night. With this loss, Cortland has fallen to an overall record of 1-4.
Cortland was led by Lillian Call (2 goals & 1 assist), Margaret Starr (2 goals), Olivia Magin (2 assists), and Hayden Bulger (6 saves).
Fulton was led by Mya Carroll (6 goals), Anna Bednarz (3 goals & 3 assists), Carleigh Patterson (3 goals & 3 assists), Olivia Metcalf (3 goals), Addy Pickard (2 goals), Bella Cary (1 goal & 1 assist), Sydney Sachel (1 assist), Molly Evans (3 saves), and Ella Halladay (2 saves).
Cortland’s next game is scheduled to take place at Cortland High School this Friday (April 29th) at 6pm.
Varsity Boys Lacrosse: Cortland vs. Fulton
The Cortland Purple Tigers lost 2-14 on the road against Fulton Wednesday night.
The Tigers were led by Derek Myers (1 goal), Ben McGrath (1 goal), Kollin Rae Dye (10 saves), and Declan Vail (7 saves).
Fulton was led by Ryan Carroll (3 goals & 2 assists), Andrew Mainville (1 goal), Robert Voss (3 goals), Jacob Atwater (1 goal & 2 assists), Trevor Doty (3 goals & 5 assists), Walt Metcalf (1 goal & 1 assist), Quinn Backenstross (1 goal), George Mcloughlin (1 goal), and Lucas Nelson (10 saves).
With this loss, Cortland fell to an overall record of 0-8.
Up next, the Purple Tigers will take on Oswego at home on Tuesday (May 3rd) at 5pm.