The Williamson Warriors baseball teams struggled of late. The Warriors are 0-5 in their last five games and haven’t won since April 10, in Galeton.

Last week began with a 10-run loss to Sayre where Williamson managed just three hits.

At home against Canton, the Warriors played a much closer game. After holding Canton scoreless in their first at bat, Williamson took a lead in the bottom half of the inning with one run.

Canton put runs across the plate in just two of the seven innings, but when they scored, they scored in droves. In the second inning the Warriors scored five runs. Williamson answered in their at bat with five runs of their own to regain the lead 6-5.

Williamson scored again in the fifth with three runs to pull ahead 9-5.

In the sixth, Canton struck with another offensive explosion, this time scoring seven runs and securing a 12-9 lead. Williamson was unable to score in the sixth or seventh and fell to Canton 12-9.

Jesse Stewart led Williamson with two hits and two RBIs in the loss.

Owen Gontarz went 2-for-4 at the plate with an RBI and scored twice.

Riley King was responsible for two hits and two runs for Williamson.

Andrew Berkan had two RBIs on a 1-for-4 night battings.

Zack Carr finished the evening 1-for-3 with two RBIs.

Thursday, in Troy, Williamson was down 9-2 when they made a late charge against the Trojans. The Warriors scored four runs in the top of the fifth but failed to score in either the sixth or seventh leading to a 10-6 loss.

Carr led the offense against Troy with two hits.

Brock Robinson was 1-for-4 on the evening with an RBI.

Williamson returned to action Monday in Athens before a home matchup with Wyalusing.