The Reds got 11 strikeouts and four RBI from Zach DeVito in Tuesday's win, which kicks off our weekly recap of local sports
Zach DeVito was up for Tuesday’s game, and the Newark Reds cashed in.
DeVito drove in four runs on two hits and also struck out 11 and allowed just four hits to lead the Reds past Geneva, 8-4, on Tuesday afternoon in Newark.
Tristyn Brey hit a two-run double for the Reds and Mike Baroody led Geneva with two hits, including a triple.
Also for Geneva, Matt Tierney had a pinch-hit double and Kyle Pierce struck out two, giving up five hits and four earned runs.
Mynderse 16, Gananda 5
Sadie Mapstone scored six goals and assisted on three others for Mynderse, and Sarah Shaffer also scored six goals.
Gabby Cosentino made eight saves for Mynderse.
North Rose-Wolcott 3, Lyons 2
Cody Welkley allowed two hots and struck out six in five innings for NR-W, which won the game on Jordan Brown’s walk-off hit in the seventh inning.
For Lyons, Kyle Evans pitched a complete game, striking out seven and giving up five hits.
Wayne 8, Penn Yan 6
Donny McMahon had three hits for Penn Yan and Peyton Schuck and Jake Whitford each had two for the Mustangs.
Gananda 6, Williamson 2
Bri Walker struck out nine and also hit a double to drive in a run for Gananda.
Caitlin Donnelly had three hits, including a pair of doubles, and Nadine Coleman had two hits and two RBI.
For Williamson, Kiki Hall had the only hit and pitcher Olivia Flynn struck out 10.
Finney 8, East Rochester 0
Alisabeth Crandall struck out nine for Finney and Brooke Nicholson had the only hit for East Rochester.
Newark 11, Mynderse 8
Parker Casselman had five goals and four assists for the Reds, and Ryan Farley added three goals.
Brad Sandroni led Mynderse with five goals and one assist.
Palmyra-Macedon 20, Midlakes 2
Joe Lyko led Pal-Mac with four goals and two assists, and Grady Arnold also scored four goals.
Brian Burger had two goals and five assists for the Red Raiders.
Ryan MacDonell scored both Midlakes goals.
Midlakes 8-10, Palmyra-Macedon 0-7
In Game 1, Ezra Maslyn gave up one hit and struck out five to get the win for Midlakes. Austin Avanzato had three hits and three RBI and Devin Hicks tripled to drive in a run.
For Pal-Mac, Grant LaRue doubled.
In Game 2, Hicks had three hits and Devin Kelly had two hits and two RBI. Trei Huntsman also had two RBI for Midlakes.
For Pal-Mac, Nick Sapienza had two singles and Bradon Carlson, Jarred Camp and Mitch Stopp each hit doubles.
East Rochester 5, Williamson 1
Austin Mack allowed just three hits and struck out four for East Rochester. Mack also had two hits and two RBI and Corwyn Cleveland also had two hits and two RBI.
Ryan VandeMortel had two hits for Williamson.
Geneva 7, Newark 4
Tori Cunningham’s two-run triple in the sixth inning powered Geneva, which also got three hits from Julie Trunzo. Cunningham finished with two hits and three RBI.
Jayden Hill struck out four in four innings for Geneva.
Clare Camblin led Newark with two hits and two RBI and Malia Banks struck out four.
Mynderse 9-13, Wayne 1-8
In Game 1, Hayley Case struck out seven and allowed five hits and also went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and two RBI for Mynderse.
Michele DiNicola had two hits for Wayne, and Rachel Graf had a single and an RBI.
In Game 2, Hannah Lang struck out five to get the pitching win for Mynderse.
Bree McConnell went 4-for-5 and Hannah Capaci hit three doubles.
For Wayne, Nia Black had three hits and two RBI and Graf and Mikayla Burmeister each had two hits.
Lyons 25, Clyde-Savannah 5 (5)
Caitlin Shaffer went 3-for-5 with two RBI and Kenzie Alexanian had two hits and two RBI for Lyons, which also got a two-run triple from Adeline Reale.
For C-S, JeAnna Paddock and Riley Carr each had a hit.
Sodus 14, Marion 4
Nora McGall hit for the cycle for Sodus, going 5-for-5 with two doubles and five runs scored. Kate Toor had three hits and Macy Peterson was the winning pitcher.
For Marion, Bailey Stappenbeck was 2-for-3 and scored two runs.
Williamson 5-3, East Rochester 8-2
In Game 1, Olivia Flynn struck out eight and Kiki Hall tripled to help Williamson win.
In Game 2, Mackenzie James went 2-for-2 with a triple and three RBI for East Rochester.