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Glen Cove Junior Baseball/ Softball League

Glen Cove Junior Baseball/softball games began their second week with good weather and milder temperatures. Below are results of reported second week games:


Midget Boys

The Hot Rods’ offense was too much for the Iron Pigs in a 17-5 win. The Hot Rods shut the door early on the Iron Pigs Friday night on Field Five scoring 10 runs in the first three innings. Hot Rods hitters delivered big hits off Iron Pigs pitching with seven hitters combining for 18 hits, 15 RBI and 15 runs scored.


Midget Girls

The Bats outmuscled the Sandgnats in a 19-9 win on Field Five this past Saturday. The teams’ combined hits were 71 with the Bats contributing 41 hits and 18 RBI by nine different hitters, all singles. The Bats scored five runs in the fifth, breaking the game open on RBI hits by multiple players including Ashley Gonzalez and Ashley Glaviano. The Sandgnats had scored five runs of their own in the third inning.


Intermediate Girls

The Islandia School Supply Mets suffered their first loss last week to the Oyster Bay Miami, 8-6. Both Caroline Baptista and Jennifer Heman had a hit and RBI. Heman fanned three batters in her relief effort. The game was only played through three-and-a-half innings due to time limits and weather. The Mets then returned to their winning ways last Saturdays with a 14-6 victory at the hands of the Grenville Baker Giants. Emma Burke was 3-for-3 with three RBI. Brianna Malvino and Heman were 2-for-3 with Malvino contributing two RBI. Mia Martinez and Reed Weimer had a hit each. Gianna Stanco had a defensive gem in the field and Julia Pascucci-Jiao had great catching for two innings.