Thursday, 23 May 2013 00:00
Glen Cove Junior baseball/softball games are now in their fourth week with games in full schedule. Below are results of last week’s games:
The Glen Cove Fire Department Durham Bulls had three games last week. In the first game, they fell to the Hot Rods, 15-12. Matt Basil was 3-for-3 with a homer and two singles. Gavin Conway contributed a single and double as Luciano Tausaysay was also 3-for-3, with a single, double and triple. In the second game, the Bulls defeated the Blue Line Pools Iron Pigs, 13-7. Rodni Leftwich and Ian Cukro had three hits apiece in the team’s win. Leftwich homered and contributed five RBI. Conway added two RBI. Ryan Annunziato belted a go-ahead homer as Tausaysay added a triple and Finn Jenkins had an RBI. In the third game, the Delicious Pizzeria Bees outlasted the Bulls, 11-8. Tausaysay contributed two hits out of three at-bats including a double. Jenkins had a hit and two RBI as Vincent Milano was 2-for-3 with two RBI.
Mac Mechanical Yankees beat the A’s, 19-7. Matthew Smalls hit his first homer of the season adding two RBI to his belt. Gabe Constantino and Will Merkel also added round-trippers of their own in the Yankees’ win. Anthony DiLeo had two RBI singles. Charlie Benazzi made his pitching debut in the game. The Yankees also defeated the Dodgers last week, 15-4, as Constantino, Vincent Pedone and Andrew Graf homered. Merkel hurled three solid innings while Mike Mattern, Alex Mantikas and Christian Ricciardi held the Dodgers to four runs. The week before also saw two other Yankee games played, with mixed results. First, the Yankees lost to the PBA Mets, 9-5, as the team took an early lead on Pedone’s three-run homerun. Benazzi was on base twice and scored both times. Joe Cruz had a RBI single then later drew a walk in the third. The Yankees then beat the Caparella Landscaping Cardinals, 4-1 on Pedone’s perfect three innings striking out all nine batters he faced. Constantino had a RBI triple in the first to get the Yankees on the board.
The North Shore Contracting Bats outscored the Bayville Yankees, 17-8, as the two teams put up 25 runs combined and the two teams also combined for 56 hits. Fifteen runs in the first three innings helped the Bats to defeat the Yankees. Ten Bats hitters combined for 31 hits, 17 RBI and 17 runs scored.