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POTSDAM — OFA Baseball Coach Tom Pinkerton views today’s NAC Central Division doubleheader at home with Salmon River as a fresh start after his Blue Devils fell to 2-2 on Tuesday in a 12-0 loss to Potsdam which climbed to 5-0 in the division.

The Stoners struck for four runs in the first inning against Kinnon LaRose making his first of the season and righthander Will Coleman cruised to a 10-strikeout four-hitter.

LaRose pitched four innings and Sebastian Quintilliani went the last two.

“We had some chances defensively where we could have helped Kinnon out but we didn’t do it,” said OFA Coach Tom Pinkerton.

“We have to get better defensively but we have a lot of games to do it. We did some good things today and we will get better.”

Trevor Keleher led Potsdam (5-1, 5-0) with three hits, including a double. Ben Miller drove in runs three times with singles and Jacob Keleher, Nate Gingrich and Devon Delaney each produced two hits.

Jon Tayler led OFA with two hits and LaRose and Seth Pinkerton each singled.

Malone 1 - Canton 0 8 inn: “We are right there and we have had our chances but we haven’t converted,” said Canton Matt Caufield after the Golden Bears’ Alden Slack allowed just five hits in a classic pitchers’ duel with Malone’s Tim LaMay who threw a nine-inning no-hitter.

“We had some good scoring chances today just like we did yesterday when lost to Massena 2-1. Alden Slack pitched a great game and Austin LaMay didn’t allow a hit which says it all”

LaMay also scored the winning run for the Huskies after leading off the top of the eight with a single. He scored on a bases loaded single by Tim Moody.

Massena 11 - Salmon River 3: Isaac Ward picked up three hits to lead Massena (5-0).

David Roundopint drove in two runs for Salmon River (0-5) with a double in the fourth inning.

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