PALMER – St. Mary scored the only run of the first three innings of a high school baseball game at Palmer Monday. The Panthers scored 14 runs over the final four innings en route to a 14-5 win over the Saints.
Colin Blake singled and eventually came around to score St. Mary’s first run of the game in the top of the third inning.
Palmer bounced back with three runs in the bottom half of the inning, and exploded for seven more in the fourth. The Panthers tacked on two more over the final two frames.
St. Mary’s managed a run in the fifth, and scored three in the sixth.
Matt Remillard went 3-for-4 with two runs scored to lead Palmer. Three others – Zack James (3 RBIs), Nolan Santos (2 runs), and Jacob Shattuck (run, 3 RBIs) – had two hits apiece for the Panthers.
Jacob Butler (2-for-3) doubled and scored a run for St. Mary. Drew Collins, Nick Garde (run), Shaun Gezotis, Steve McKenna (run, RBI), Harry Reed (run), and Charlie White also collected one hit apiece for the Saints.
Palmer 10, Gateway 1
Gateway’s Ethan Gamble doubled in a run and walked, and Tyler Heeter singled and walked for the team’s only hits late Friday.
Northampton 10, Southwick 2
Jen Yelin went 2-for-3 with an RBI to lead Southwick. Rams’ Sydney Rogers and Sam Burzynski had the other lone team hits. Kate Sylvia also plated a run with a sac-fly.
Panthers chase Gators
Palmer 23, Gateway 3
Gateway dropped a tough home loss to Palmer.
Greenfield 7, Southwick 3
Sam Parker and Bart Shea singled, and Jack Fairlie laid down the perfect bunt for a base hit for Southwick (4-6).