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High School Extra for April 19: No-hitter for Fredonia’s Voss

No-hitter for Fredonia’s Voss

Cameron Voss helped Fredonia to a perfect season (12-0) in CCAA West 1 and a Section VI Class B championship last season. The senior left-handed pitcher and his team (5-1, 2-0 CCAA West 1) may be on their way to doing it again.

Voss pitched a no-hit game for the Hillbillies in a 14-1 league victory over Southwestern. He struck out 10 and walked five. The run he allowed came in the seventh inning on a walk, stolen base, wild pitch and sacrifice fly.

Voss has a 23-2 record in four varsity seasons at Fredonia. His only losses were to Livonia of Section V (3-1) in last year’s Far West Regional and earlier this week to St. Francis, when he gave up two runs in three innings.

“He throws in the low 80s,” said Fredonia coach Vin Gullo. “Being a lefty, his arm angle makes it tough to pick up the ball, tough to square up on the ball and make good contact.”

Voss drove in four runs with a double, single and sacrifice fly. His younger brother, Lucas, had four hits and scored four runs in the victory.

Addeo leads Lancaster win

Lancaster, the defending sectional Class A girls lacrosse champion, is off to a good start. Coach Julie Buccieri’s team defeated league rival Clarence, 16-10, Saturday to improve to 4-1, 3-0 in Division 1 play. The loss was to Webster Thomas of Section V, 13-9.

Senior Reese Addeo led the Lancaster victory with five goals and an assist. Senior Grace Gabriele had four goals and an assists and Anna Orlando three goals and two assists. Senior Larissa Kate Robinson and junior Lauren Jones each played a half in goal, making nine saves each.

Lancaster led, 10-3, at halftime and were in front most of the way. Next for Lancaster is a Monday game at Frontier, a rematch of last season’s sectional Class A championship game.

Hamburg lax falls

Hamburg’s boys lacrosse team (4-3) got tested during a two-game trip to Virginia during the Easter break, but it didn’t help much against Section V power Webster-Thomas. The Bulldogs fell, 13-8.

“We were chasing the whole game,” said Hamburg coach Jerry Severino.

Webster took an early 4-1 lead and was up, 4-2, at the half.

Evan Hollfelder and Andrew Rettig had three goals and an assist each for Hamburg. Brendan Ryan came up with six groundballs.