CORNING - The Little Red got offensive in their 11-1 win over the Hawks on Friday in Corning in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference baseball matchup.
Ithaca got on the board early and often, scoring two runs in the first and second inning and putting up a seven spot in the third.
Sam Barley and Gil Merod recorded RBIs in the first inning for the Little Red for a 2-0 advantage.
Anthony Saggese and Holden Lazarus singled home runs in the second inning and Barley led the charge in the third with a three-run home run that put Ithaca up 11-0 and it never looked back.
"They scored all of their runs with two outs," Corning head coach Eric Kizis said. "There was a couple of balls that bounced their way today. It extended innings, and in this game, that's not a good thing. They ended innings, we didn't."
On the mound for the Little Red, Lazarus tossed six innings and punched out nine batters.
"Gotta give credit to their pitcher. He kept the ball down. Holden threw the ball very well today," Kizis said.
Corning scored its lone run of the contest in the sixth inning when Trevor Henneman hit a two out double, followed by an RBI single from Adam Zingler.
"Today was just one of those days," said Kizis. "We'll regroup and get back at it."
The Hawks (5-3, 5-1 in the STAC) will host Binghamton Sunday at 4 p.m. in their next game.