SHERMAN, N.Y. — The Clymer/Sherman baseball team was a 7-3 winner over Westfield in Wednesday’s Division 2 West play.

C-S improved to 5-4 overall and 3-4 in the league.

Trent Burchanowski had the go ahead single in the bottom of the fourth inning driving in two.

Zavon Overton came in and pitched three hitless, scoreless innings in relief.

Lucas Willink started and fanned two in two innings, Garrett McClelland charged with three runs — one earned —in two innings.

Overton and Burchanowski both scored twice, the latter with two runs batted in along with Willink.

Overton stole two bases.

Willink had a double, Derek Sears with a triple in the win.

Westfield 000 300 0 — 3 5 4

Clymer/Sherman 011 041 x — 7 6 3

WP-Z.Overton. LP-B.Babcock

SOUTH DAYTON, N.Y. — Clymer’s girls softball team lost twice on Wednesday to Forestville. The first game was 14-2 in a completed game starting in the third inning and the second was a 7-0 setback.
“Yesterday afternoon was our mock accident here at the school for prom this weekend and I felt like we weren’t able to focus on the games and really didn’t play with much life,” claimed coach Dave Bodamer. “Forestville is No. 1 in our league and has once again a very solid team.”
Trinidy Stacy had two hits, one a double, while Kate Honey had a single and Emily Perry a triple.
Clymer had only one hit in the second game, by Stacy. 
“It was not a good night at all at the plate,” said Bodamer. “We are doing a better job of getting the bat on the ball with our starters so that was a positive. We really had one bad inning with a bad error and then walks, plus they can really hit the ball.”
Clymer (now 0-10) is playing at Brocton today at 4 p.m. and then versus Sherman.
“It’s a wild finish this year as we are playing 25 percent of our games in two days,” Bodamer concluded.
Forestville    261    50   —  14  12  1
Clymer         110    00   —    2   5   3
 WP: Alexis Alguire. LP: Jalyn Linton
Clymer  000    00   —  0    1  1
Forestville     014    2x —  7  12 0
 WP: Kaitlyn Kingsfield. LP: J.Linton.

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