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Fulton baseball team loses three of last four games

by Rob Tetro

The Fulton varsity baseball team went lost three of its last four games.

Christian Brothers Academy pulled away for an impressive win over Fulton May 7 while Cortland got off to a solid start en route to a double digit run win May 9.

Fulton fought back with an impressive performance against Homer May 13. The Red Raiders scored all five of their runs during the sixth inning to come away with its second win of the season.

Unfortunately for the Red Raiders, they were unable to build off of the momentum they gained during their previous game when they took on East Syracuse-Minoa May 14.

East Syracuse-Minoa scored nine runs during the game’s first two innings to set the tone for a win over the Red Raiders.

Christian Brothers Academy got off to a decent start when it took on Fulton.

After the first inning, Christian Brothers Academy jumped out to a 4-0 lead. After a scoreless second inning, Christian Brothers Academy scored a run in each of the following three innings to expand its lead to 7-0.

Following a scoreless sixth inning, Christian Brothers Academy put the game out of reach during the seventh inning. It scored 12 more runs to cap off a 19-0 win over Fulton.

Leading the way for the Red Raiders were Cody Green, Peter Ravesi, Adam Briggs and Jeremy Langdon, who all had hits in the game.

On the mound, Jake Crucitti got the start for Fulton. Crucitti had two strikeouts while allowing seven runs and five hits. In relief of Crucitti, Ron Smith had one strikeout while allowing 12 runs on 10 hits.

It didn’t get any easier when the Red Raiders took on Cortland. Cortland scored 11 unanswered runs during the first 3 innings of the game. However, Fulton battled back during the following 3 innings. They outscored Cortland by five runs to cut their lead to 13-7.

Cortland delivered a crucial blow during the sixth inning. Cortland erupted for six runs to wrap up a 19-7 win over Fulton.

The Red Raiders were led by Jon Cummins, who had two hits and three RBIs, including a home run. Cody Dick finished with two hits and two RBIs. Briggs, Chris Jones and Daniel Coant added two hits each.

Crucitti, Smith and Michael Bolster chipped in a hit each for Fulton.

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Fulton boys basketball team wins first game, too

803800651by Rob Tetro

The numbers speak for themselves.

In the past week, the Fulton boys varsity basketball team has played the best basketball it has all season.

Jan. 19, Fulton gave East Syracuse-Minoa, a team with a .500 overall record, all it could handle. ES-M, however, came away with a 53-51 win.

The Red Raiders responded Jan. 23 in a rematch against Fowler. Fulton outscored Fowler 32-22 during the first and third quarters of the game en route to its first win of the season.

East Syracuse-Minoa needed a fourth quarter rally to hold off the Red Raiders.

By the end of the first quarter, the Red Raiders built a five-point lead over East Syracuse-Minoa.

East Syracuse-Minoa stormed back during the second quarter. They outscored Fulton by 5 points to tie the game at 27-27.

Once again, the Red Raiders came out of the gates swinging. During the third quarter, Fulton re-established the five-point lead it had earlier in the game.

Unfortunately, for the Red Raiders, East Syracuse-Minoa proved to be too much down the stretch. They rallied to erase Fulton’s lead during the fourth quarter to escape with the 53-51 win.

Fulton was led by Cody Green and his 22 points. Following Green were Mark Pollock with 13 points and Cody Dick with six points. Taylor Dudley, Seth Britton and Jordan Baldwin combined to score 10 points for Fulton.

The Red Raiders finally put together a winning performance when they took on Fowler.

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Fulton boys basketball continues development as 2013 begins

by Rob Tetro

A season of growth and development was expected for the Fulton boys varsity basketball team. Despite the team’s 0-8 record, subtle development has been seen, which suggests that brighter days are ahead for the Red Raiders.

The team continued to take its lumps as it took on Homer to conclude the 2012 portion of their regular season and began 2013 with games against Bishop Ludden and Cortland.

Fulton took on Homer Dec. 21. After three quarters, The Red Raiders found themselves once again in position to secure their first win of the season. Unfortunately for Fulton, Homer erupted during the fourth quarter, outscoring Fulton 17 points to come away with a 56-35 win.

The Red Raiders were led by Mark Pollock, who scored eight points. Cody Green and Steven Henri each scored six points each and Seth Britton and Tanner Gorton each added four points. Cody Dick and Taylor Dudley combined to score five points for Fulton.

Bishop Ludden defeated Fulton by a final score of 76-49.

Leading the way for Fulton was Jordan Baldwin, who scored nine points. Green finished with eight points while Pollock, Britton and Gorton each scored seven points. Taylor Dudley chipped in four points while Jeremy Langdon, Casey Ware, Cody Dick and Austin Haskins combined to score five points for The Red Raiders.

Last Friday, an undefeated Cortland squad outscored the Red Raiders by 23 points during the first and third quarters en route to a 67-36 win.

Fulton was led by Pollock and Austin Haskins, who both scored six points. Britton had five points while Green and Taylor Dudley each scored four points. Dick chipped in three points while Langdon, Ware, Gorton, Henri and Baldwin combined to score eight points.

The Red Raiders will compete against Indian River Jan. 12 and Mexico Jan. 15.