Right-hander Mike Saccamanno outdueled lefty Jim Cole in a battle of four-hitters Monday as West Seneca East nipped Jamestown, 1-0, in 11 innings, in an ECIC Division I baseball game.
Saccamanno struck out 19 and Cole fanned 13 in their second 1-0 duel of the season. East got its run when Marty Wisniewski's grounder was mishandled, allowing Jason Becker to score.
Frontier's Brad Mohan lost a no-hitter in the sixth, then Brian Kern's two-run single and Jeremy Carlson's RBI single eventually lifted Williamsville North to a 4-3 win. . . . Sweet Home blanked Lancaster, 2-0, behind Charlie Hanlon's four-hitter.
ECIC II: Maryvale (13-1) clinched its second straight title with a 14-1 rout of Amherst as Dave Pyc hurled a two-hitter with 15 strikeouts and Brendan Bishop drove in three runs. . . . Brian Riniolo's seventh-inning single scored Danny Bossi as Cheektowaga (8-8) tipped Williamsville East, 5-4. . . . A three-run homer by Brandon Jones helped Lake Shore (9-7) beat Iroquois, 14-11.
ECIC III: Craig Randall and Dan Cefaratti drove in five runs apiece as Williamsville South (14-1) beat Lackawanna, 10-3, to set up a title showdown at 4:30 today against visiting Springville. . . . Doug Klein had three hits and two RBIs in support of Ryan Fuller's five-hitter, leading Springville (12-2) over Cleveland Hill, 10-1. . . . Ron Mack and Dean Dombrowski collected four RBIs apiece as John F. Kennedy routed Holland, 13-1. . . . Doug Rohauer lost his no-hitter in the seventh but finished with a one-hitter in Eden's 6-0 win over Lackawanna.
Cornell Cup: Chris Riso and Matthew Chambers drove in three runs apiece as City Honors overcame Lafayette, 10-8. . . . McKinley beat Traditional, 11-3, as Mark Wilby and Rich Markle each homered. . . . Paul Feltman's three-hitter with 14 strikeouts and Tom Bobeck's RBI single lifted Burgard over Hutch-Tech, 2-1.
Msgr. Martin Assn.: Despite having only nine players, Niagara Catholic (2-7) posted a 3-2 upset of St. Joe's (9-3) as Mike Signorelli pitched a complete game and Jason Kavanough scored the winning run on a wild pitch in the 10th. . . . Canisius (8-2) battered DeSales, 16-4, as Phil Gangi drove in three runs and Chad Pardee earned his first varsity win. . . . Timon (11-2) nipped O'Hara, 1-0, as Tom Rybak pitched a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts and Chris Kuerk's ninth-inning double drove in John Kuzina. . . . Derek Reha and Mark Teelak combined on a six-hitter to lead St. Francis (7-6) over Turner/Carroll, 4-2.