Corning and Horseheads baseball fall in states

Corning and Horseheads baseball fall in states

HORSEHEADS, N.Y. (WETM) – Corning and Horseheads baseball’s seasons have come to an end.

Corning and Horseheads baseball each saw their seasons end, on Thursday. In NYSPHSAA sub-regional play, the Hawks suffered a tough 11-0 loss in Class AAA, while the Blue Raiders dropped a 3-1 Class AA opener.

Corning fell to the defending Class AA state champions, Roy C. Ketcham, in 5 innings. The Storm added a 1st inning run at Horseheads High School, before Riley Weatherwax extended their lead with a 3-run home run. Ketcham would continue their offense, plating their 8th run in the 4th frame and 3 additional tallies to seal the win.

In Saugerties, Horseheads fell to Section IX’s Walkill for the 2nd straight season. Outside of a 1st inning RBI-single from Micah Hays, Walkill’s Kyle DeGroat tossed a 3-hitter with 11 strikeouts. In addition to the big day on the mound, DeGroat helped the Panthers to a 3-run 2nd inning.

Horseheads’ top performance was delivered by their standout pitcher, Mason Holloway. Holloway threw a complete game, allowing 4 hits and 2 walks, while striking out 6.

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