On the way home from Friday’s New York Collegiate Baseball League All-Star game, the Niagara Pioneer added a win and a loss to their record at Brockport.

Resuming a game from June 26 that was suspended after 11 innings, the Power scored three runs right off the bat to win 11-8. Joel Blomberg scored the go-ahead run after Trey Karlen was hit by a pitch and Brooks Lewis singled home Trent Thompson and Alec Cabello to set the final score. Greg Radwan kept the Riverbats off the board to preserve the win.

Brockport (11-12) rebounded with a 6-2 victory, jumping out to a five-run lead after four innings and allowing the Power only four hits. Niagara (13-12) got its two runs in the fifth when Chris Martinez scored on a wild pitch and Clayton Snodgrass singled home Landis Wilson.

Blomberg, Cabello and pitcher Chas Mye represented Niagara in the All-Star game, while coach Sam Kirby served as one of the West coaches. Cabello went 1-for-1, Blomberg went 0-for-2 and Mye gave up four earned runs in one inning of work Friday at the East squad scored a 7-3 win over the West.

The Hornell Dodgers visit Sal Maglie Stadium at 7 p.m. today to take on the Power.

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