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Auburn's Jacob Coleman high-fives Brendan Williams after scoring a run against Jamesville-DeWitt April 22 at Auburn High School.

Senior Brendan Williams clubbed a pair of home runs as Auburn baseball routed Oswego 16-3 Thursday.

Williams finished 4-for-4 with four runs, four RBIs and a walk in the Maroons' offensive explosion. He also doubled.

Adding multi-hit games for Auburn were Mark Locastro (two RBIs, run, walk) and Jacob Coleman (two runs, double). Logan Murphy (RBI) and Jacob Sanders (three RBIs, one run, one walk) also recorded a hit.

Coleman started the game and lasted four innings, holding Oswego to one hit, one walk and no runs. He struck out five.

Williams' first home run of the game propelled Auburn, which led 2-0 at the time, to an eight-run fourth inning. The Maroons added another run in the fifth and five more in the sixth, behind Williams' second round-tripper, to go up 16-0. Oswego managed its final three runs during the final two innings.

Auburn finished with 11 hits as a team.

Weedsport 10, Bishop Ludden 1: Aidan Mabbett (run) and Jake Brown (two RBIs, run, double) both posted a pair of hits for the Warriors, who have won seven games in a row. Jake Hickok (two runs, two RBIs, double) and Garrett Sawyer (two RBIs, run, double) added hits. Owen Mabbett scored a pair of runs, and Sal Lomascolo finished with a pair of walks and a run.

Braeden Curry went four innings and held Bishop Ludden to three hits, one run and one walk. He struck out four. Alex Murray pitched the final two innings and struck out two while allowing a single hit.


Auburn 4, Cortland 3: Pitcher Lucy Noble held Cortland to one earned run, six hits and one walk over seven innings to earn the win. She struck out four batters.

Grace Baranick led the offense, going 3-for-4 with a double and two RBIs. Emma Nolan also went 3-for-4 with a double, RBI and run. Doray DiLallo added two hits, including a double, with two runs and an RBI. Emma Bellnier (run) and Morgan Cook both recorded a pair of hits.

Auburn (11-4) travels to Jamesville-DeWitt Friday.

Dryden 4, Union Springs 3: Hailee Smith tossed a three-hitter with six strikeouts but the Wolves couldn't pick up the win.

Union Springs collected eight hits, including three from Telona White and a two-run double by Maddie Walters.

The Wolves drop to 6-8 and face Southern Cayuga Tuesday.


Jordan-Elbridge 14, Watertown IHC 5: Wade Brunelle and Griffin LaFleur had big offensive nights as the Eagles earned their seventh win of the year.

Brunelle tallied three goals and four assists, while LaFleur scored four goals. Riordan Parker (assist) and Jeremiah Sparks both scored twice, while Cole Mullen, Joel Blasko, and Deacon Hill (assist) all scored once. Luke Pinckney finished with three assists, and goalie Steve Tripp made 10 saves.

Jordan-Elbridge (7-7) plays Westhill Friday.


Bishop Ludden 189, Weedsport 233, Fabius-Pompey 263: Nick Spingler posted a round of 46 while Libby Nemec had a 50 as Weedsport earned a split and its first win of the season. 

The Warriors (1-6) face Bishop Grimes Friday. 

Dryden 210, Union Springs/Port Byron 261: Andrew Salls (44) and Jake Button (49) both had season bests, but it was not enough to defeat Dryden.

Rounding out the Wolves' scoring was Luke Winters' 55, Sam Richardson's 56 and Thomas Hrycko's 57.

US/PB (1-9) play Whitney Point at home on Monday.

Central Square 4, Auburn 3: The Maroons won two singles matches and one doubles match in a loss to the RedHawks.

William Clark swept first singles 6-0, 6-0, while Nicholas Dec had a comeback win in third singles 4-6, 6-3, 6-2.

In fourth doubles, Kevin Stechuchak and Ryan Stechuchak 6-0, 1-6, 6-2.

Auburn falls to 2-7.



Groton 9, Moravia 8: Behind by two runs entering their final at-bats, the Blue Devils managed to score one but couldn't bring home the equalizer.

Chloe McNabb recorded three hits, three RBIs and a double, while Kate Baylor recorded three hits, three runs and two RBIs. Illeana Ramirez (triple) and Kenzie Tarby (triple, run, RBI) also had a pair of hits. Brook Purdy and Ivay Card chipped in with one hit each.

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