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Sausville Stops Mohawks, Outlaws Prevail 5-2

By Jon Sargalis

Photo Courtsey Nick Richardson | The Daily Star

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The Mohawks suffered their fourth loss of the season Wednesday night in Oneonta as they fell to the Outlaws by a score of 5-2.

The Mohawks were held off the scoreboard until the eighth inning and didn’t record their first hit until the sixth inning as Outlaws starter Tyler Sausville went 7 scoreless innings allowing 2 hits and 3 walks with 9 strikeouts to record his second win of the season improving to 2-1 as the Outlaws improved to 10-11-1.

Oneonta got on the board in the third inning with a delayed double steal. Carter Dorighi stole second and Trey Miller waited for the throw before sealing home to put the Outlaws up 1-0.

Jacob Lapham took the mound in the fourth inning for the Mohawks. After a walk and an error, Henry Pelinski drove in Paul Tammaro with a single to make it 2-0. Another single put a pair of runners on and the Mohawks were able to get the out at the plate for a fielder’s choice the second straight inning. A bases loaded walk to Logan Hutter forced home Ryan Weiss and Mario Disso singled to drive home Trey Miller and Jeff Pierantoni to make it 5-0 Outlaws.

It stayed 5-0 until the eighth when Josh Overbeek reached on a leadoff walk and scored on a Nick Giamarusti groundout to put the Mohawks on the board and make it 5-1.

In the ninth, Frankie Marinelli reached on a one out single, Michael O’Shaughnessy singled and Paul Winland drove in Marinelli with a single to make it 5-2. Hunter Thomas stepped in representing the tying run but grounded into a double play to end the game.

Carson Cotugno (0-1) took the loss for Amsterdam (20-4) as he started and went the first 3 innings allowing 1 run on 2 hits with 2 walks and 4 strikeouts.

The Mohawks return home on Thursday to host the Albany Dutchmen, while the Outlaws will be on the road to face the Glens Falls Dragons.

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