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April 24, 2013

SPORTS ROUNDUP

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Paffenroth had a triple, scored three runs and drove in another.

Milford 15, Worcester 0

Milford 203 73 – 15 11 0

Worcester 000 00 – 0 4 9

Kaitlin Van Winkler (W) and Natasha Skillen. Monica Ridgeway (L,3-2) and Summer Rutty. 3B: Peggy Paffenroth (M), Maddy Zenir (M).

Edmeston 19, CV-S 0

4/17

Winning pitcher Catherine Johnson, Sarah Lawrence, Makaela Simmons and Savanna Fistrowicz had two hits apiece as Edmeston cruised to a home victory in the Tri-Valley League.

Simmons finished with three RBIs for the Panthers (4-0).

Edmeston 19, CV-S 0

CV-S 000 00 - 0 2 5

Edmeston 0(11)3 50 -19 15 0

Kylie Graham (L) and Jessica Carson. Catherine Johnson (W), Brianna Dunham (5) and Sarah Lawrence. 2B: Sarah Lawrence (E), Makaela Simmons (E), Emily Head (E).

BASEBALL

Cooperstown 2, Westmoreland 1

4/22

Nico Knull singled home the go-ahead run in the seventh and Ethan Bliss struck out the final two batters with two on in the bottom of the inning as visiting Cooperstown beat Westmoreland, 2-1, Monday in a Center State Conference game.

With the score tied at 1, Park Summers singled to start Cooperstown’s seventh. After two strikeouts, Summers stole second. Knull then singled into left-center and Summers slid in ahead of the tag to make it 2-1.

Bliss struck out the first batter in the bottom of the seventh. He then allowed a wind-blown single and a bad-hop single to put runners on first and second before striking out the final two batters.

“He had a solid day,” Cooperstown coach Frank Miosek said of Oswego State-bound Bliss, who struck out six and walked two in a three-hitter. “He had a good fastball, good location and a curveball when he needed it.”

Cooperstown took a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning. Bliss and James Johnson walked to start the inning. Then with two outs, freshman Scott Curtis singled to center to score Bliss. It marked Curtis’ first varsity hit.

Kyle Doolen and Jack Acquaviva combined on a three-hitter for Westmoreland.

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