Wyalusing baseball tops Troy.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | May 15, 2016


The Wyalusing baseball team scored four in the ninth to pick up a 9-5 win over Troy on Saturday.

Holdan Hitchcock had three hits, an RBI and three runs scored and Riley God scored two runs.

Isaac Bennett had three hits, two RBI and two runs scored and Ridge Williams scored a run.

Mike Wilcox had a hit and an RBI and Eli Bennett had two hits, with an RBI, while Kyle Warner had a hit and an RBI.

Wilcox, Jon Morrison, Chandler Brown and Scott Eberlin pitched, striking out three.

Troy got three hits, with an RBI and a run scored, from Dane Smith, and Tyler Williams had two hits while Hunter Cohick had two hits, two RBI and a run scored.

Kyle Schucker had a double and Nathan Swain had a hit and an RBI.

Kody Schucker and Clark Jackson had hits and Jah Wallace and Bailey Cohick scored runs.

Jackson, Collin Binford and Swain struck out 11 on the mound.

Tioga 6, Newark Valley 0

Tioga 16, SVE 8

The Tigers won the Spencer Van-Etten Wood Bat Tournament on Saturday.

In the first game, Pierce Hendershot threw a shutout. Hendershot needed just 75 pitches for the two-hitter, striking out 10.

Tanner Folk had an RBI double and Zach Hutchinson had a double, while Zach Blayda and Hendershot had RBI singles.

Tioga stole five bases in the game.

In the next game, brothers Pierce and Parker Hendershot each had three hits and a home run.

Parker had a double and three RBI, with his home run, and Pierce had a solo home run, three RBI and four runs scored.

Folk had two hits, two RBI and two runs, with a double; and Jake Evanek had three hits, two RBI and two doubles, with three runs scored.

Jesse Manuel had two hits with a double, an RBI and two runs scored and Tyler Whitmore had a pair of hits, with a double, and a run scored.

Nick Cotto scored a run.

Damon Rockwell and Whitmore pitched, with Whitmore striking out seven in five innings.

Tioga is 17-1 on the year.

Wellsboro 5, Milton 0

Johnny Rowland threw a complete-game two-hitter, needing just 74 pitches. Rowland struck out one and walked one as Wellsboro qualified for districts with the win.

"The story of the game is Johnny's pitching and our defense," Wellsboro coach Philip Prough said. "He attacked the strike zone and was not afraid to pitch to contact. Our defense has been playing well. Having confidence to rely on your teammates allows us to go after batters. Jonny did a great job of that today. I'm happy for him. It was his best career performance to date."

Dawson Prough had two hits with a double, and Nick Tremper had two hits with two RBI.

Dalton Prough, Rowland, Cam Tennis and Parker Mann had hits.

Edison 10, Towanda 0, 6 innings

Keegan Kisner had the Black Knights' only hit in the game.

The teams were supposed to play two, but the second game was rained out.

Lars Thomason started for Towanda, striking out four in four innings. Kisner struck out two in an inning on the mound and Bob Farley pitched 1/3 of an inning.

Towanda is at Sayre on Tuesday in a non-league game.


Bloomsburg 11, Troy 1, 6 innings

Bloomsburg scored three in the third and three in the fourth on their way to the win.

Nicole Spalding had a hit and scored Troy's run and Kerrigan Hoffmann and Erika Johnston had hits in the game, with Hoffmann getting an RBI.

Vanessa Watson pitched for Troy, striking out three.