Apr 21, 2011 Phil Blackwell Uncategorized
Right it when it was needed, Skaneateles pitcher Ryan Prochna delivered a masterful performance during Monday’s 7-0 victory over Jordan-Elbridge.
All Prochna did in his seven innings of work was strike out 14 Eagle batters, only giving up four hits and no walks.
The support arrived when the Lakers notched single runs in the second, third and fourth innings, then broke it open with four runs in the bottom of the fifth.
Pat Roberts led the attack with three hits, three runs scored and two RBIs. Prochna doubled and drove in a run as Conor Herr and Jared Amory earned one RBI apiece. Brandon Barron, Mike Morris and Ryan Coye scored runs, too.
The Lakers produced even more offense in the first inning of Tuesday’s non-league game against Onondaga as it rolled past the Tigers 11-2.
Skaneateles really enjoyed its initial turn at bat, going around the order and not letting up until 10 men had crossed the plate. Roberts had three RBIs, with Amory getting three hits and three runs scored. Herr drove in two runs as Coye and Tom Jones each got one RBI.
Given all that early run support, Jones, on the mound, dazzled with a complete game as he struck out 12, just two less than Prochna’s total against J-E, while allowing four hits and one walk.