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Plattsburgh's Michael Stetz slides in to home safely in the second inning as Pulaski pitcher Eric Oakes awaits a throw in a District 37 playoff game at Penfield Park Monday. The Plattsburgh Little League 11-12 All-Stars won, 13-0.

The Plattsburgh Little League 11-12 All-Stars plated 13 runs on 14 hits Monday.

With the way Plattsburgh pitched, it might have been overkill.

Five Plattsburgh pitchers combined to no-hit the Pulaski All-Stars en route to a dominating 13-0 victory at Melissa L. Penfield Park.

Starter Leo Lee earned the win, and Ryan Whalen, Michael Stetz, Alex Follmer and Gerrit Rietsema — fresh out of a cast — all combined to leave a goose egg in Pulaski's hit column.

Follmer and Lee led Plattsburgh's offensive attack with three hits apiece, and Stetz hit a 3-run bomb over the left field fence in the sixth inning.

Plattsburgh gained a 2-0 first-inning lead before a storm delayed the game for an hour and a half.

After the field was cleared off, Plattsburgh got right back to it, scoring three runs combined in the second and third inning.

Plattsburgh blew the game open with six runs in the sixth inning, with Stetz's home run providing the big blow.

Whalen and Bailey Cross each had two hits — Whalen's hits were both doubles — and Ryan Hartman added three RBI. Hartman walked with the bases loaded and plated two with a double in the sixth.

"We rebounded," Plattsburgh coach Steve Criss said. "On Saturday we lost to Watertown, 4-3. We got back on the winning track."

Plattsburgh improved to 2-1 in the round robin and will travel to play South Jefferson at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday.

Plattsburgh 13, Pulaski 0

Plattsburgh     2     1     2     0     2     6     —     13     14     2

Pulaski     0     0     0     0     0     0     —     0     0     1

Lee, Whalen (2), Stetz (4), Follmer (5), Rietsema (6) and Marion, Hartman (5). Oakes, G. Haskins (5), Howard (6) and M. Haskins. WP- Lee. LP- Oakes. 2b- Whalen 2 (P), Ventre (P), Cross (P), Hartman (P), Lee (P). HR- Stetz (P).

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