Local roundup: Riverview beats Deer Lakes in opener
By Staff Reports
Published: Thursday, March 28, 2013, 11:15 p.m.
Akron recruit Anthony Malky struck out 10 in a complete-game victory and Dom Conte had three hits as Riverview opened the season with a 3-2 nonsection victory over Deer Lakes at chilly Pullman Park in Butler.
Cole Quinio's sacrifice bunt moved Jason Anthony to third, and Anthony scored the game-winning run after Jake Paradise's groundout in the sixth for the Raiders (1-0).
Malky added two hits and an RBI in the win.
Todd Coleman went 2 for 3, including a two-run single, for Deer Lakes (1-1).
Deer Lakes 3, Fo rd City 0 — Don Szoszorek had 18 kills and Kody Buttyan added 12 to lead the Lancers (1-0) to a Section 2-AA victory over Ford City (0-1).
The Lancers won all three matches, 25-7.
Zach Guiciardi added 37 assists.
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