continued What was a 0-0 game turned in the bottom of the third, when B’ville got to Oswego pitcher Tom Dillon for both of its runs. Charbonneau drove in Savacool, and then raced around to score to double the margin.
That was enough for Orr, who in six innings of work gave up six hits and three walks, but struck out five and continually escaped trouble through solid defense. Blewett worked a perfect seventh inning for the save.
And this sets up big back-to-back games next week, as B’ville visits Cicero-North Syracuse on Monday and returns home Wednesday to take on defending Class AA champion Liverpool.