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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 baseball team tops Hannibal for first win of the season

by Rob Tetro

The Fulton varsity baseball team won its first game of the season when it took on Hannibal Friday.

The Red Raiders win came following recent losses to Christian Brothers Academy, Homer and Bishop Ludden.

April 29, Christian Brothers Academy staged a late game rally to top Fulton while an impressive fourth inning helped Homer cruise past the Red Raiders April 30.

A six-run fifth inning proved to be key in Bishop Ludden’s May 2nd win over Fulton.

The Red Raiders let one get away from them when they took on Christian Brothers Academy. After falling behind 2-0 during the first inning, Fulton scored five runs during the second, third and fourth innings to take a 5-2 lead.

Christian Brothers Academy took over from there. CBA scored five unanswered runs during the fifth and sixth innings to escape with a 7-5 win over Fulton.

Leading the way for the Red Raiders was Peter Ravesi, who had three hits and an RBI, including a home run.

Jeremy Langdon and Cody Green both had two hits and an RBI and Michael Bolster and Chris Jones both chipped in a hit and an RBI. Jon Cummins and Daniel Coant also had hits for Fulton.

On the mound, Peter Ravesi allowed seven runs on 10 hits in seven innings of work.

The Red Raiders struggles continued when they took on Homer. By the end of the third inning, Homer had jumped out to a 2-0 lead.

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Fulton baseball falls to East Syracuse-Minoa, Oswego

by Rob Tetro

The Fulton varsity baseball teams struggles continued in games against East Syracuse-Minoa and Oswego last week.

On April 18 East Syracuse-Minoa scored five runs in the first two innings of the game to set the foundation for an impressive win. Things didn’t get easier for Fulton when they played Oswego April 20.  Oswego scored 12 runs during the fourth and fifth innings en route to a dominating win over the Red Raiders.

By the end of the second inning of their game against Fulton, East Syracuse-Minoa had jumped out to a 5-0 lead. East Syracuse-Minoa scored three more runs during the bottom of the fourth and fifth innings to cap off an 8-0 win.

The Red Raiders were led by Jon Cummins. Cummins had two hits against East Syracuse-Minoa. Michael Bolster added a hit for Fulton.

Peter Ravesi led the raiders on the mound. In five innings of work, Ravesi struck out five East Syracuse-Minoa batters while giving up eight runs (five earned) on 11 hits. In relief of Ravesi, Adam Briggs threw two strikeouts in an inning of work.

Unfortunately for Fulton, the outcome proved to be similar when they took on Oswego. After a scoreless first inning, Oswego jumped out to a 3-0 lead during the second and third innings. Oswego conceivably put the game out of reach during the fourth and fifth innings. They erupted for 12 more runs en route to a 15-0 win over the raiders.

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Fulton baseball team begins season with doubleheader

by Rob Tetro

The Fulton varsity baseball team fell to Syracuse West and Central Square in a doubleheader played April 6.

The Red Raiders began the day with a 12-0 loss to Syracuse West. Syracuse West scored nine runs during the last four innings of the game to pull away for the win.

Fulton’s day concluded with an 18-8 loss to Central Square.

In the Syracuse West game, Syracuse West jumped out to a 2-0 lead during the second inning.

After scoring a run to make the score 3-0 during the third inning, Syracuse West erupted to put the game out of reach.

During the fourth and fifth innings, Syracuse West scored seven more runs to take a 10-0 lead. They added two more runs during the sixth inning to cap off the 12 run win.

Fulton was led by Adam Briggs, Cody Dick and Peter Ravesi. They all had a hit.

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