ELMIRA The Watertown Wizards used a three-run top of the ninth inning to earn their third straight victory and rally past the Elmira Pioneers, 6-4, in a Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League contest at Dunn Field on Saturday.
Riley Norton went 3-for-5 with a double and an RBI in the ninth to provide an insurance run for Watertown (3-1).
Elmira (0-3) took advantage of starter Nick Bradleys control problems to push across all four runs in the fifth.
Watertowns Calvin Graves stroked a single to tie the game in the ninth at 4-4. Derek Hagy then hit the go-ahead sacrifice fly before the Norton double.
Edgardo Salas laced a two-run single in the third for the Wizards.
Reliever Drew Quinney pitched two shutout innings to get the win.
Watertown faces Newark today at the Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds at 5 p.m.