Niagara Gazette — After the seventh inning stretch, however, came the Ridgemen's game-winning rally. Joshua Davis started it with a solo home run. Rochester then put Wolyniec and Ryan Logan on base, both of whom scored on Turner's base hit.
Rochester's Circeo, who committed two costly errors earlier in the game, singled to bring Wolyniec home with what turned out to be the game-winning run. Turner then scored off a wild pitch by Niagara reliever Kenneth DeCook. Circeo also scored on John Patrick Kenney's fielder's choice.
The Ridgemen sent reliever Clint Brown to the mound to start the eighth inning, and he allowed just one hit while striking out two in his two innings of work to earn the save.
Caleb Jordan (0-2) took the loss for the Power.
The same two teams will meet again Tuesday at Sal Maglie Stadium for a doubleheader, which was scheduled as the result of a rainout earlier in the season. The first of the two games begins at 4 p.m.
Tuesday's games begin a five-day homestand for Niagara, who will also welcome the Olean Oilers for two games Wednesday and Thursday, followed by the Hornell Dodgers who will play the Power once on Friday followed by a doubleheader on Saturday.