Print This Post Victor, Canandaigua, Avon vie for spots in state final Canandaigua’s Michael Sculli has thrown 22.1 shutout innings this postseason. The junior has allowed five hits, fanned 16 and walked 12. (Photo: TRAVIS LARNER)Class AA: No. 5 seed VICTOR (19-5, Section V) vs. No. 3 seed CW BAKER (32-5, Section III)Location: Union Endicott High SchoolTime: 5 p.m.What’s at stake: A spot in the Class AA Final against the winner of No. 8 seed Massapequa and No. 4 seed HorseheadsHow they got here: Victor opened the Class AA playoffs with a 6-5 win over Hilton, followed by a 15-2 victory against Webster Schroeder (Read More). Victor then captured the Section V Class AA title with a 3-2 walk off win over McQuaid Jesuit (Read More). In the state playoffs, Victor defeated No. 6 seed Lancaster 3-1 in the quarterfinals (Read More). Baker started the Section III playoffs with a 5-1 win over Fayetteville-Manlius, followed by a 15-2 win against Utica Proctor and shutting out West Genesee 1-0 in the title game. Baker then pitched another 1-0 shut out in the state quarterfinals, beating No. 2 seed Columbia.Players to Watch:Victor – Santino Rosso, Ryan Lukas, Chris Varone, Nathan HampsonBaker – Jason Savacool, Jacob Marshall, Zach Monica, Patrick May, Frank LevantiClass A: No. 5 seed CANANDAIGUA (20-4, Section V) vs. No. 2 seed QUEENSBURY (17-4, Section II)Location: Binghamton UniversityTime: 5 p.m.What’s at stake: A spot in the Class A final against the winner of No. 8 seed Wantagh and No. 1 seed LakelandHow they got here: Canandaigua allowed four runs in three games in the section playoffs, beating Brighton 1-0, Greece Athena 6-4, and Brockport 4-0 in the Class A1 title game (Read More). Canandaigua went on to beat Wayne 2-1 in the Class A crossover game (Read More) and finally No. 6 seed Maryvale 4-0 in the state quarterfinals to win the Far West Region title (Read More). Queensbury reached the semifinals with a 8-3 win over No. 3 seed East Syracuse-Minoa.Players to Watch:Canandaigua – Michael Sculli, Cooper CrunickQueensbury – Noah Edwards, Jack Sylvia, Michael GuidoVIEW MORE TRAVIS LARNER PHOTOS HERE.Class C: No. 5 seed AVON (21-1, Section V) vs. No. 4 seed LANSING (17-4, Section IV)Location: Conlon FieldTime: 5 p.m.What’s at stake: A spot in the Class C final against the winner of No. 8 seed East Rockaway and No. 7 seed TiconderogaHow they got here: Avon held teams to one run in the Class C1 playoffs, defeating East Rochester 9-0, Pembroke 13-1 and finally Gananda 6-0 in the C1 title game. Avon then met Geneseo in the Class C crossover game, winning 4-3, and beat No. 6 seed Silver Creek/Forestville 3-0 in the quarterfinals (Read More). Lansing took down No. 3 seed Little Falls 7-3 in the state quarterfinals.Players to Watch:Avon – Maxx Countryman, Peyton ParmeterLansing – Garrett Bell, Lansing Miller Garrett Bell, QUEENSBURY, Santino Rosso, Section V Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Subscribe by Email Share on Facebook This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Connect on Linked in Victor, Canandaigua, Avon vie for spots in state final added by Mike DeSanto on June 8, 2018View all posts by Mike DeSanto →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdUndoCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensUndoLovely&HealthyTop 10 Most Dangerous Cruises In The World Lovely&HealthyUndoby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersUndoTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ SplintersUndo”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ SplintersUndo By Mike DeSanto on June 8, 2018No Comment Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.
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See also:QPR still not safe after fifth consecutive defeatQPR are on the way back – HollowayHolloway: Sylla and Smith got it wrongQPR are ‘not too far away’, claims BidwellQPR hoping Hall and Onuoha return for derby Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Bitcoin Boy’ Says if You’re Not a Millionaire in Two Years, It’s Your Own Fault x This Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s Deleted. x Easy Way to Generate Extra Income x Last Nights Episode Left Viewers Speechless! x This New Air Conditioner Under £70 with No Installation Necessary is Selling out x This 70s Star Was Every Guy’s Dream Girl. Try Not to Gasp when You See Her Now! x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Robinson’s defensive improvement was underlined by the way he raced back to deny Ross Wallace with a timely challenge and his long throw caused Wednesday problems at the other end of the pitch. Jamie Mackie: 6As always, there was plenty of running from the reliable Mackie, but he rarely succeeded in finding a way through the Wednesday defence. Idrissa Sylla: 7The Rangers striker worked well throughout and displayed quick thinking to fire the equaliser when Wednesday’s back line inexplicably froze. Kazenga LuaLua: 6After replacing Petrasso for the second half, LuaLua’s crossing was average and he should have done better when Freeman teed him up on the edge of the box. Conor Washington: 6There were few opportunities for Washington to shine after coming on for Robinson as Wednesday protected their lead in the final half-hour. Matt Smith: 6 Almost snatched a point when his late header flashed wide. Embed from Getty Images Bidwell struggled as the left-sided centre-back in a defensive trio and was at fault for Wednesday’s first goal, slicing the ball against Perch and into the path of Adam Reach. Michael Petrasso: 5No surprise that Petrasso was taken off after an anonymous 45 minutes in which he looked thoroughly uncomfortable with the right wing-back role. Luke Freeman: 6Embed from Getty Images While Freeman was as zealous as ever, his passing was sometimes off and he could have done better when Ryan Manning played him through just before half-time. Massimo Luongo: 6After a quiet first half, Luongo was more involved in the second period but never managed to take control of the midfield, where the likes of Barry Bannan held sway for the Owls. Ryan Manning: 8The youngster was Rangers’ most effective creative outlet, spraying a good range of passes around and played his part in the build up to Idrissa Sylla’s goal. Jack Robinson: 7Embed from Getty Images QPR are still not quite safe from relegation after suffering a fifth consecutive defeat. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player in the 2-1 loss at home to Sheffield Wednesday. Alex Smithies: 6The keeper had little chance with either of Wednesday’s goals – and he actually did well to parry Jordan Rhodes’ initial header before Daniel Pudil nodded in the rebound to open the scoring. For the second game running though, his distribution was particularly poor. James Perch: 6Like the majority of Rangers’ rearguard, Perch looked ill at ease with the starting formation – and he was rightly booked for a clumsy tackle on Atdhe Nuhiu late on.AdChoices广告 Joel Lynch: 6As is often the case, Lynch won a lot in the air but looked vulnerable on the ground. He almost directed a header over Smithies early in the game. Jake Bidwell: 5Embed from Getty Images