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Valley Sports Report
ENDICOTT - It's been a rough start for Nichols-Tioga at the Union-Endicott 10U Tournament. NTLL fell to Binghamton, Chenango Valley and Susquehanna Valley on consecutive days over the weekend.

Binghamton 13, NTLL 4
Binghamton scored multiple runs in each of the first four innings to spoil NTLL's opener Friday.

Colin Wilson paced the Nichols-Tioga effort with a double, run and RBI, and Harold Corby went 2-for-2 with a double.

Maison Fisher and Jonah Powell contributed a hit and run apiece. Liamm Comstock added a hit, Maverick Thorpe scored a run and Anthony Parker drove in a run.

Chenango Valley 17, NTLL 9
Like the previous day, NTLL faced another strong offense as CV plated multiple runs in four of the first five innings.

Nichols-Tioga kept things close through the first four innings and led, 8-7, heading into the bottom of the fifth.

Comstock was 2-for-2 with a double and an RBI; Thorpe went 2-for-3 with a double, two runs and two RBI; Corby was 2-for-3 with a pair of runs; and Landon Carlucci chipped in with a hit, two runs and one RBI.

Fisher posted a hit and two runs; Jackson recorded a hit and two RBI; and Kayla Nelson and Tyler Haskins added a hit and a run, respectively.

Susquehanna Valley 4, NTLL 1
NTLL grabbed the early lead in the top of the first after Carlucci was hit by a pitch and Thorpe followed with a single.

Sus Valley came back to score twice in the third and fourth innings.

Nelson smacked a double in the sixth, but Nichols-Tioga was unable to take advantage of the hit.

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