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Walkoff Win: Maestri Sends Somers Past Panas

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Somers' Marc Maestri pitches against visiting Walter Panas on Thursday. Credits: Rob DiAntonio
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LINCOLNDALE, N.Y. — Marc Maestri drove in Nick Keating to hand Somers a 1-0 walkoff win over visiting Walter Panas in 10 innings on Thursday in a league game.

Maestri was also dominant on the hill, pitching seven innings as he struck out six and allowed just three hits. He wriggled his way out of multiple jams including a few bases-loaded opportunities for the Panthers.

Logan Carriero came on in relief to earn the win. He tossed three innings and let up just one hit.

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Joe Napolitano was 3 for 3 for the Tuskers while Matt Pires went 2 for 5.

Somers (2-4) travels to Panas for an 11 a.m. game on Saturday where it will look to win its second-straight contest and sweep the Panthers.

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