Cooperstown, N.Y. - Mike McKeon pitched a two-hitter as Norwich Tech defeated Suffield 4-0 on Thursday afternoon at historic Doubleday Field.
McKeon and Tyler Miner also had key RBI singles in the fifth inning when the Warriors (4-4) scored their final two runs to break the game open.
McKeon walked four and struck out 14 for Norwich Tech, which was staying overnight and visiting the National Baseball Hall of Fame today.
• Nick Kamireddy shot a 4-over-par 39 at Old Lyme Country Club to beat Fran Shields by a stroke and Norwich Free Academy went on to beat East Lyme 5.5-1.5 in the Eastern Connecticut Conference Large Division. Justin Bohara (44) and Chad Vincent (41) also won matches for the Wildcats (2-0) while Connor Callaghan (42) won for the Vikings (5-2, 2-1).
• Griswold's Sean Shepard earned medalist honors with a 39 as Griswold defeated St. Bernard 6.5-.5 in the ECC Small Division. Joey Barile (40), Andrew Berardi (46) and Nick Lagace (48) also won for the Wolverines (2-0, 2-0), while St. Bernard's Vinny Denniston halved his match with Cole Roberts. The Saints are 2-2, 1-1.
• Old Saybrook remained unbeaten with wins over Stonington 6-1 and Wheeler 7-0 at Stonington CC. Jack Ayers shot an even-par 36 for the Rams (7-0) and teammate J.T. Giegerich shot a 38. Chris Bovino and Jon Moore each shot 41 for Stonington (2-2), which defeated Wheeler 7-0 while Zach Brayman shot a 51 for the Lions (0-3).
• Matti Fuller shot a 2-over-par 38 on the front nine at Fox Hopyard as Old Lyme defeated Hale-Ray 172-187 in the Shoreline Conference. Travis Russell added a 40 for the Wildcats (2-1, 1-0), Paul Burdick shot 46 and George Logan 48.
• Bacon Academy's Josh Harlacher and Tyler Scheiblich shared medalist honors with 43s as the Bobcats defeated Plainfield 5-2. Mark Ciccone also won for the Bobcats (2-2).
• Rich Perez shot a 42 to lead Grasso Tech past Hartford Classical 176-230. Steve Robarge added a 43 for the Eagles while Trevor Hutchinson shot a 45 and Stephen Kral a 46.
• Massachusetts Maritime scored five unearned runs in the seventh inning to rally past Coast Guard Academy 10-7. Dave Wolinski had a pair of two-run doubles for the Bears (12-21) while Nolan Gallagher had three hits, including the 100th of his career.
• UConn's Big East baseball game against Rutgers on Saturday at Dodd Stadium in Norwich will now start at noon instead of 5 p.m. The threat of inclement weather Saturday night was the reason for the change. Tickets are just $5.
• New London's Edgard Santiago picked up his first collegiate win as Avery Point beat Holyoke CCC 18-2 in six innings. Santiago (1-2) pitched a three-hitter with eight strikeouts and four walks. Avery Point (23-12) hit four homers, including two by Ian Ratchford. Bryan Rivera singled, homered and drove in four runs, Tyler Olt hit his first homer, Yuta Okazaki scored four runs and Ryan Brahm, Matt Martinez and Mike Perry had three hits each.
• St. Bernard picked up singles wins from Nicholas Zuczek, Kevin Peters and Matt Suprenant and beat Ledyard 4-3. The No. 2 doubles team of Luca Fan-Kevin Teskey also won for the Saints (3-1), while Eric Sun won a three-set match at No. 1 singles for the Colonels (1-4).
• St. Bernard's doubles team of Emily Patten and Alexa Massad snapped a tie and lifted the unbeaten Saints to a 4-3 win over Ledyard. Patten and Massad won 2-6, 6-1 and 7-6 (8). Susy Kusmierski and Kenzie Gange won for St. Bernard (5-0) along with the doubles team of Jessica Hester and Morgan Gagne. Callie Bateman, Madi Blask and the team of Jordan Bierman-Mandy Wong won for Ledyard (2-3).
• Coast Guard swept the three doubles matches routed Roger Williams 7-2. The teams of Nick Martin-Greg Mitchell, Josh Fischer-Blake Maurer and Matt Faha-John Lightner were winners for the Bears (10-4), who also picked up singles wins from Mitchell, Fisher and Maurer.
• Conn College won four singles matches en route to a 7-2 win over Babson. Jeff Weisberger, Joshua Suneby, John Cangelosi and George King won matches for Conn (7-6).
• Mitchell College bounced back from its first loss with an 8-1 win over Newbury in the New England Collegiate Conference. The Mariners (8-1, 8-1) picked up two forfeit wins in doubles and had singles wins from Rajan Bawa, Randy Coons, Alexander Fusco and Andrew Small.
• Mitchell lost to Regis 6-3 on Wednesday. Bawa and Fusco won at No. 3 doubles for the Mariners, who also picked up singles wins from Fusco and Rocco Devona.