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LE ROY PENNYSAVER & NEWS - MAY 22, 2022 Parent Night Information Session! Wolcott Street School Memorial Auditorium Wednesday, May 25th 6:00PM Please enter at the Trigon Doors or Trigon Gym Doors. All incoming 2022-23 KINDERGARTEN PARENTS are welcome to attend! #Kindergarten #ParentNight WELCOME TO KINDERGARTEN Ask me about the 100% Money Back Guarantee! NOW is the BEST time to BUY with the interest rates at their lowest! Don't wait to BUY! Call Linda Beaumont for all your real estate needs. Linda Beaumont Cell (716) 474-0040 Licensed Real Estate Salesperson Multi-MillionDollar Producer Fix, Assemble, Install Almost Anything Available Days, Nights & Weekends ∙ Fully Insured Small Job Specialist ∙ EPA Certified Lead Renovator 585-615-2364 Mike Kovatch LeRoy, NY Handyman Mike Submitted by Jon Privitera Red Sox 13 Tigers 6 - The Red Sox stole the lead late and defeated the Tigers 13-6. The Tigers opened scoring in the first inning when Reese Pryzbl singled to score one run. Leading the Tigers offensively, Drew Beachel and Reece Pyzbly had multiple hit, and Ryder Stiles led the Tigers with two RBI’s. In the top of the fourth inning Ethan Rose grounded out but tallied a RBI to the tie the game. The Red Sox racked up 13 hits on the day. Colton Halladay went 5-5 at the plate with two doubles and three singles. Paul Winters took the win for the Sox on the mound. The southpaw allowed six runs on seven hits and striking out eight. Jaden Duyssen would come in to close out the game for the Red Sox. Reese Pryzbl and Ryker Vangalio took the loss allowing 13 hits but had an impressive 13 strikeouts. Red Sox 10 Twins 3 - The Red Sox weathered a scare by the Twins in the third inning where the Sox coughed up three runs, but they went on to win 10-3. The Twins offensive firepower was led by Kylie Wilson and Peyton Privitera both driving in runs. In the third inning, the Sox found their bats, when Daniel Winters hit a deep shot for a solo homerun. The Red Sox then would go on to score five runs in the fifth inning. Ethan Rose earned the victory surrendering only three hits. Colton Halladay and Jaden Duyssen helped close out the game in relief. Peyton Privitera was on the mound for the Twins allowing five hits and five runs. Eddie Lathan came in for relief for the Twins. The Red Sox collected eight hits on the day. Colton Halladay went 3-4 and Ethan Rose also had multiple hits. The Red Sox we’re sure handed in the field and didn’t account for a single error. Red Sox 6 Orioles 3 - The Red Sox nabbed the lead late to decide their contest with the Orioles 6-3. The Red Sox knotted the game up at three in the top of the fourth inning when Roland Goodenough singled scoring two runs. The Sox also scored one in the fifth when Dalton Luke singled and push a run over the plate, but the O’s would answer with one of their own. The Red Sox and O’s would need an extra inning for the second time this year to decide a winner. In the top of the seventh inning Jaden Duyssen singled pushing the leading run across the plate. The Orioles would have a chance of their own in the bottom of the seventh. They would have two base runners on with two outs threatening to score. Sammy Bogue representing the tying run came to the plate and hit a deep fly ball to right field. John Amico would make a spectacular catch to seal the victory. Daniel Winters and Jaden Duyssen shared the mound win. Sammy Bogue had a great showing on the mound allowing five hits but striking out nine and only allowed one walk. Ethan Rose led the Sox offense going 3-3 on the day. LeRoy Little League The Family of Bob Dedman will be having a "Celebration of Life" Sunday, May 29th from 2-4pm American Legion 53 West Main St. LeRoy