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Olson helps Avon ‘9’ blank Enfield; East Granby jumps all over Canton – The Collinsville Press
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Olson helps Avon ‘9’ blank Enfield; East Granby jumps all over Canton

Baseball ImageAVON, May 8 – Hurlers Justin Olson and Kyle Emery combined to allow just four hits and strike out seven batters in seven scoreless innings of work to lead the Avon High baseball team to a 9-0 win over Enfield at Buckingham Field on Friday. 

It was the fifth win in six games for the Falcons, now 9-4 overall and 8-4 in the NCCC. Olson, who struck out five on the mound, also got the job done at the plate, going 3-for-3 with a double and four RBI. Andrew LeDuc was 3-for-3 with three singles for Avon. 

The Falcons took a 2-0 lead in the first inning on an RBI single from Steve Carrier and a sacrifice fly from Jeremy Zarwanski. In the second, Olson cleared the bases with a three-RBI double and Sean DelGallo added a RBI single to swell the lead to six runs. 

Avon returns to the diamond on Tuesday when they host East Windsor at Buckingham at 4 p.m. 

Avon 9, Enfield 0
At Avon
Enfield (2-11)         000  000  0 – 0-4-3
Avon (9-4)              240  111  x – 9-12-2
Nixon, Dillon (5) and Tweeddale; Justin Olson, Kyle Emery (6) and Jeremy Zarwanski; WP: Olson; LP: Nixon; 2B: Olson (A) 

East Granby 25, Canton 4
CANTON, May 8 – Despite getting 12 hits, this one got away early from the Warriors in a 25-4 loss to East Granby at Bowdoin Field. Canton trailed by two after one inning but the Crusaders exploded for five runs in the second inning and 11 in the third to take command. 

East Granby starting pitcher Ryan Gothers had a day to remember, throwing four shutout innings on the mound and going 4-for-4 with two doubles, a triple and six RBI. Teammate Jacob Lareau was 3-for-5 with two doubles and six RBI for the Crusaders (6-6, 6-6 NCCC). 

It is the most runs that the Warriors have allowed in a single game in 20 years since they gave up 26 in a 26-0 loss to Granby in 1995. 

Canton (6-7, 5-6 NCCC) was led by Ryan Enns with two doubles, James Treacy with two singles and Brandon Peters, who doubled. The Warriors return to action Saturday morning at 11 a.m. when they travel to Somers for their fourth game in five days. 

East Granby 25, Canton 4
At Canton
East Granby (6-6)  25(11)  000  7 – 25-19-1
Canton (6-7)          000       000  4  — 4-12-6
Ryan Gothers, Nathan Langmeier (5) and unknown; Ben Sullivan, Trey VandeBogart (3), Justin Mulchay (4), Breaden Bean (4) and Bean, unknown; WP: Gothers; LP: Sullivan; 2B: Gothers (EG) 2, Jacob Lareau (EG) 3, Aaron Tauber (EG), Ryan Enns (C) 2, Brandon Peters (C), 3B: Brady Williams (EG), Gothers (EG)

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