Scott Huber struck out 10 in a no-hitter as Malone's blanked Culligan, 11-0, in International AA amateur baseball Wednesday at Delaware Park.
Scott Zeiger rapped his first five hits of the year and drove in four runs for Malone's (5-1), while John Shine knocked in three runs.
In another league game, Pat Panaro drove in two runs with suicide squeeze bunts as undefeated Troup Electric won its seventh straight game, topping Liberatore, 4-2. Dave Durns pitched a four-hitter for Troup. . . . Bill Evans homered and drove in two runs, and Jason Lyons had two doubles for three RBIs as Evans downed Nice Construction, 8-6. . . . Tom Fries hurled a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts and pounded three hits as Amvets sank Lancaster, 9-3.
Erie-Niagara: Bill Scherrer (4-0) and reliever Lou Monte combined on a two-hitter as the Voyageurs shut out the Eldredge Club, 14-0. Tony Alomar and Jim Mary totaled three hits each and Jim Thibodeau ripped a two-run homer for the winners. . . . John Loaris gave up five hits and a walk, outdueling Lockport Bus' Mike Ritz (two-hitter) as DMI posted a 2-0 victory. Todd Siegel's sacrifice fly brought home the winning run.
Lake Shore: Jim Kellner pitched a five-hitter, striking out nine, and his brother, Paul, pounded a three-run homer as West-Herr stopped Cheektowaga, 9-1. . . . Ron Rybak drove in three runs and Paul Danieu scored three times as Kandefer's (7-1) outslugged Orchard Park, 9-7.
American Legion: Jack Plunkett fanned eight, scored twice and drove in two runs as Lamm tipped Brounschidel, 5-1. . . . Ed Mahoney had three hits and two RBIs, Andy Ray two hits and three RBIs as Troop I overpowered Kensington, 12-8. . . . Pat Broadwater, Scott Lawrence and Paul Andrzejewski each hit solo homers and Mike Saccamanno fired a four-hitter as Orchard Park downed South Buffalo, 6-2. . . . Mark Notaro had a homer and double and Bill Sheldon pounded two triples to power Jurek past Glab, 12-3. . . . Brian Danahy homered and tripled and combined with Brian Ross for six RBIs as Tonawanda thumped LaSalle, 11-4.
Erie-Niagara/MUNY AAA: The Ed Taylors scored seven runs with two outs in the fifth inning to put away an 8-0 victory over City Mattress. John August allowed three hits before the game was called after five innings. . . . Pete Harris allowed two hits over five innings and Dan Chamberlain pitched two hitless innings as Clarence defeated Leib's, 7-2. . . . Mike Cerny's three-run homer in the third inning gave Fatman's the lead as it rallied from a 7-2 deficit to a 10-8 victory over Pignataro's Taxmen. Cerny totaled three hits and took over on the mound to strike out two in the seventh inning and pick up the save.
MUNY AAA: Mike Mogavero's two-out, bases-loaded single in the bottom of the seventh broke a 4-4 tie and lifted the Travelers to a 5-4 victory over Alden.