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SUNY Canton baseball falls to Fisher College


MALDEN, Mass - The SUNY Canton baseball team lost to Fisher College 5-1 Thursday night.

The Roos (3-13) scored their lone run in the seventh inning. Freshman Braden Giffin (Lake Worth, Fla.) led off the inning reaching on a Falcons error and eventually moved to third on another Fisher error. Freshman Kyle Sacks (Clifton Park, N.Y.) then brought Giffin home with a single and his his 11th RBI of the season.

Sacks and sophomore Luis Ramirez (Gurabo, Puerto Rico) each finished with two singles and junior Nick Belile (Norwood, N.Y.) had one.

Freshman Khalil Bratton (Far Rockaway, N.Y.) was hit with the loss on the mound as he struck out three batters and allowed one earned run on four hits in four innings. Sophomore James Amelotte (Cornwall, Ontario) came on in relief and fanned two batters and gave up two earned runs and five hits in four innings.

Davidson Peguero smacked a solo home run to lead Fisher and Eridani Dume added two RBIs. Michael Callahan recorded six strikeouts in six innings to earn the win.

The two teams square off again on Friday in a doubleheader starting at 4 p.m.


The SUNY Canton softball team was slated to play a mixed twinbill in Lynn, Massachusetts against New England College and Fisher College but both games were canceled with no-make-up date announced.

Due to wet field conditions at Brockport, the SUNY Potsdam softball team’s doubleheader at Brockport scheduled for Friday will be moved to Geneseo’s field. Both Friday’s doubleheader against the Golden Eagles and Saturday’s twin bill with the Blue Knights have been rescheduled for 10:30 a.m. starts.

Geneseo will also host its own doubleheader with Plattsburgh at 3 p.m. on Friday and the Cardinals-Brockport doubleheader at the same time on Saturday.

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