All County Business Solutions "Blue Angels"

Vs. Bagels N a Hole Lot More "Wildcats"

The star of the game was Kristina Horan who made 3 put outs at home plate. Other big standouts in the game were Emily Budhram, Katie Belmonte, Michaela Zabicki, and Daniella Connor who had 3 hits each. Sarah Bush, Isabella Fazzolari, Lauren Wasserman and Alana Moran had 2 hits and 3 runs batted in each. Paulina Valentine had 2 hits and scored twice. Joanna Mauceri continues her great play in the field making several put outs and nice catches. Lauren Valencia & Caitlyn Stoyer continue to improve with their hitting and making nice plays in the field.

All County Business Solutions "Blue Angels"

Vs.Bagel and a Whole lot More "Wildcats"

The talented Blue Angels started the season versus a tough Wildcats team. The team veterans Emily Bidner, Jackie Courtesis, GirManiaci, Stephanie Zovich, and Sophia Leeds all went 4/4 at the plate, driving in and scoring multiple runs and well as making great plays in the field. Amanda Garcia, Victoria Kaiser, and Michela Giura took their turn as catcher and each did a terrific job learning that tough position. Katherine Fitzgerald, Brianna Kerrane, and Joanna Vissichelli took some great cuts at the plate and they paid off as each girl got a well earned hit. All the girls on the team got at least one hit and ran the bases well, some even sliding home.

All County Business Solutions "Blue AngelsVs. Glen Oaks

All County Business Solutions "Blue Angels" Vs. Glen Oaks

Good defense was the name of the game for the Blue Angels, with each girl stepping up their play. The defensive charge was led by Amanda Garcia 3rd base, Stephanie Zovich 1st base, Emily Bidner 3rd base and Sophia Leeds -pitcher, making numerous put outs, with Emily and Sophia turning a double play that was nearly a triple play. Amanda, Stephanie and Sophia went 4/4, and Emily 3 / 4 including a rocket shot for a double. Brianna Kerrane, Gia Maniaci, and Claire O'Regan provided the team with the majority of the RBI's. They waited for their pitch and made it count, each with 3 hits. Michela Giura and Victoria Kaiser smacked 2 hits each and scored a run. Joanna Vissichelli really pounced on the ball from the pitchers mound, attempting to make numerous put outs. All the girls showed improvement and did a great job against a good team.

Stutzman Funeral Home "Racers" Vs. Bagels N a Hole Lot More "Wildcats"

Great fielding plays were made by Lauren Wasserman and Sarah Bush, both making great catches for big outs. Daniella Connor led the team with 4 hits. Joanna Mauceri & Una Reid had 3 hits apiece and scored 3 times each. Michaela Zabicki and Kristina Moran had 2 big hits. Isabella Fazzolari hit the team's first double of the season and she scored 3 runs. Katie Belmonte, Emily Budhram and Paulina Valentine continue their strong hitting with 2 hits a piece. Caitlyn Stoyer had a nice hit and made some good plays in the field.

New Hyde Park Elks Club "Braves" Vs. Mike's New Hyde Park Convenience Store "A's"

The Braves were led at the plate by Demtris Panouis who had 4 hits and 4 Rbi's. Also helping out at the plate was Dave Budhram with 4 hits. Eric Madenberg was the teams leadoff hitter and led the team off with a hard line drive single to start the game and went 4 for 4 at the plate. Peter Carreca had 4 hits and 4 rbi's. Philip Schurr was his usual steady self with 3 nice hits. Ryan Lessing had 3 hits and 2 rbi's. Aaron Newman and Stepehen DeRocchis joined the Braves from the A's for one game and did an excellent job on the field and at the plate. Eric Madenberg was the defense star of the game getting some big outs. Peter Carreca made some nice plays on the field to help stop the A's. Philip Schurr had a highlight reel play at second base to help get the third out.

The Fundamentals of Ball "Dodgers" Vs. New Hyde Park Elks Club "Braves"

Timely hitting by Paul Depaulis, Jordon Seidenberg, Cenzo Montoni, Mathew Merolla Joseph Muratore, and Kevin Walsh gave the Braves an early lead in the game. Down a few runs in the third, clutch hitting by Andrew Ha, Alex Okeefe, Ryan Gonzalez, Christian Zamora, and Mathew Strocchia, got the Dodgers back into the game. The team continued to battle and showed great team spirit.

NHP Elks Club "Braves" Vs. The Fundamentals of Ball "Dodgers"

Both the gloves and the bats powered the Braves against the Dodgers on Friday night. Philip Schurr had 3 hits and an RBI. Dave Budhram, Michael Castelli, & Adrian Balkcom were also perfect at the plate and each collected two RBI. Demetris Panouis added an RBI and fired from the mound for an assist in the top of the first. Sluggers with doubles to the outfield this evening were Spencer Kern, Eric Madenberg, and Peter Carreca with three long flies. Peter also snagged a liner on the mound and doubled off a runner with a strike to Ryan Lessing, who also belted a line drive single. Philip Menist, Eric Madenberg, and Jake Blancher also helped turn key double plays.

Dr. William Facibene MD PC "Nationals" Vs. All County Business Solutions "Padres"

In its first game of the season, the Nationals received some excellent offensive performances from Shayne Simoncini, Matthew Reda, and John Vlantis, all of whom scored three runs. Kevin Langan, John Tagios, Nicholas Barry and Alan Birbaum were all hitting the ball hard and drove in a number of base runners. P.J. Vayias, Alex Banks, Chris Haughwout, Daniel Goldberg and Daniel Mattei had terrific nights at the plate and in the field, too.

The Hillside Beverage "Rangers" Vs. Grant Thornton LLP "Brewers"

In a classic pitching duel, Matt Fitzgerald, Alex Russo & Dean Vayais combined to pitch 5 innings while only allowing 2 runs. The Brewers pitching staff matched us inning for inning. The Rangers finally broke through in the forth inning with RBI's from Alex Russo & Dominick Piccirillo.

Stutzmann Funeral Home "Angels"

Vs. Knights of Columbus No. 2852 "Rockies"

The gutsy Angels never gave up in this game, battling the tough Rockies to an 11-11 extra-inning tie. Michael Zuschlag began the scoring with a single, two stolen bases and scored on a John Napolitano ground ball to second. James Castaldi and Jimmy Denara continued their hot hitting with a single each and Phillip Schifilitti and Andrew Colgan each went 3 for 4 with two singles and a double. Andrew Yun had a break-out game getting his first single of the season and Matthew Solomon hit the ball hard in the second inning to bring in a run. The smash of the day was delivered by John Denara who launched a bomb of a double in the fifth inning to clear the bases. Solid defense in the field was provided by Matt Baronci and Patrick McTiernan.

Hillside Beverage "Rangers"

Vs. Dominick Italian American Deli "Marlins"

The game was another typical Rangers type of game with great pitching from Matt Fitzgerald & Sean McClellan.

Baxter's Sport Shop "Diamondbacks"

Vs. Hillside Beverage "Rangers"

The Diamondbacks suffered their first defeat of the season in a tight 4-3 game against the rockin' Rangers. Pitching ruled the day on both teams, and the Diamondbacks were led by Jordan Greiff, Brian Volk, Charlie Goodwin, Philip Chang and Elliot Weissman. Hitting was hard to come by, but solid contact was made by Ben Newman and Jack Tucker. A terrific defensive play was turned in by the combination of Jordan Greiff and Brian Volk, who combined to gun out a runner at the plate. Dylan Kareff, Jared Kaiman, Raymond Gresalfi and Dylan Schwartz were alert and ready in the field all game long.

Hillside Beverage "Rangers"

Vs. Baxters Sport Shop "Diamondbacks"

Conner Wong and Dominick Piccirillo provided the Rangers with superb pitching. The Offense was provided by Alex Russo's bases loaded triple while Conner Wong helped his own cause with a late inning line drive RBI single.

Stutzmann Funeral Home "Angels" Vs. Grant Thornton "Brewers"

The Angels notched their first win of the season behind lights-out pitching by Jimmy Denara (2Ks), John Napolitano (3Ks), Patrick McTiernan (3Ks), Michael Zuschlag (1K) and Phillip Schifilitti who closed the door by striking out 4 hitters. Speedster Andrew Yun stole 2 bases and scored a run and Stephen Guy, Matt Baronci, James Castaldi and Matt Solomon provided strong defense in the field. John Denara had a tough break when he launched a long fly-ball into leftfield only to be denied by a great Brewer catch. Defensive gem of the day was provided by John Napolitano who snagged a scorched line-drive at shortstop in the last inning to protect the Angels lead.

Knights of Columbus No. 2852 "Rockies"

Vs. New Hyde Park Funeral Home "Cardinals"

After participating in the Merillon Parade festivities, the Rockies tangled with the Cardinals. The pitching was as hot as the weather, as George Vlantis, Tyler Witt, Gregory Andreopoulos, Peter Chung and Danny Kosofsky pitched 1 strong inning each. They combined to limit a strong Cardinals team to a few runs. Nicholas Mustakis-Giudice and Michael Feinsilver handled the catching duties and both did a fine job. In the field, Danny Kosofsky and Gregory Andreopoulos displayed gold glove talent making some difficult plays look easy. Tyler Witt, Peter Chung and Danny Kosofsky had 3 hits each, leading the offense.

Stutzmann Funeral Home "Angels"

Vs. Baxter's Sports Shop "Diamondbacks"

The Angels lost a heartbreaker in the last inning despite outstanding defense and strong hitting. Patrick McTiernan wowed the crowd by firing a strike from right-field to John Denara at shortstop who applied a quick swipe tag to get a Diamondback runner trying to stretch a single. Another defensive gem was turned in by Andrew Yun at shortstop that snagged a hard groundball and threw to second for the force out. The hitting was led by Michael Zuschlag with a bases clearing triple, Phillip Schifilitti with two RBIs, Matt Solomon with one RBI and Andrew Colgan with a single, three stolen bases and two runs scored. Stephen Guy walked and scored a run and just missed a double that hooked foul. Jimmy Denara, John Napolitano and James Castaldi were strong as usual in the field.

New Hyde Park Funeral Home "Cardinals"

Vs. Knights of Columbus No. 2852 "Rockies"

Despite a long parade and the hot weather, the Cardinals displayed strong pitching, reliable fielding and patience at the plate against a very good Rockies team this afternoon. Thomas Mangin and Alessandro Lacerra each had solid pitching performances on the hill and were followed by another strong outing from Anthony Pitre with 4 strikeouts. The offensive star for the Cardinals was Michael Mellone with 2 singles, 3 stolen bases and 2 runs scored while Lucas Cowen drove in 2 runs and made a great unassisted play of a hard line drive hit to first base. Lance Montalbano and Jake Leventhal each contributed offensively by driving in a total of 3 runs while Scott Schanter stole 2 bases and scored a run. Dylan Schmid did a solid job behind the plate at catcher while Ryan Cooney once again flashed the leather in the field. Go Cardinals!Boys Minors

Plain & Fancy "Rays" 0 vs. Hand Rolled Bagels "Pirates" 0 It was a nail biter of a game with excellent pitching and fielding from both teams. Christian Carrick pitched a phenomenal 3 innings, throwing 51 pitches to 11 batters. He had 8 strike outs, 1 walk, and no hits against him. TJ Goustas pitched the last 4 innings, firing 44 pitches , 8 strike outs, and allowing only 2 walks and no hits. The Ray's catcher Anthony Lanzilotta had lightning throws to 2nd and 3rd base, thwarting off would be base stealers. Nice work by shortstop Matty Lorandini and second baseman Matthew Matoridis. The defense was awesome tagging out 2 runners and catching 2 fly balls for outs. Nevin Nambiar had a base hit in the 3rd, and Shin Oka a base hit in the 6th. The game went into an exciting extra inning in the 7th, Phil Silverstein led off the inning and blasted one over the short stops head for a double getting the inning started. Nick Favale stepped up next and hit a hard ground ball to the second baseman advancing the runner to 3rd. With 2 outs and Max Cohn at the plate, a wild pitch was thrown past the catcher. Phil bolted to home and was thrown out ending the game in an exhilarating tie. Good at bats by Jack Nutall, Mike Rhindress and Dominick Patrizi.

The Iron Horse Transportation "Mariners" 3

Vs. Ridgewood Savings Bank "Reds" 7

Joey Dunn, Joey Leonardo, Jacob Ginsberg, and Nick Mangia, led the offense. Ryan O'Donnell, Nick Mrakovcic, Andrew Filocoma, Michael Telsey, Jacob Leeds, and Thomas Puglia all made nice defensive plays. Everyone played hard and never gave up!

The Iron Horse Transportation "Mariners" 4

Vs. City Line Florist "Blue Jays" 4

Strong pitching by Harris Monoson and Joey Leonardo was backed by good defensive plays by Michael Telsey, Joey Dunn, Jacob Leeds, Thomas Puglia, and Frankie Saladino. There were key hits by the offense of Harris Monoson, Nick Mangia, Nick Mrakovcic, Eric Mollin, and Ryan O'Donnell.

Ridgewood Savings Bank "Reds"

Vs. Plain and Fancy Landscaping "Rays"

Zeeshaun Anwar gave 4 strong innings of pitching, with outstanding defensive fielding, led by Andrew Kraus, John Kilcullen, Matthew V., Jacob Seidenberg, Alex Bracco and Nicky Reda. Andrew Kraus saved a run with a perfect throw home to Yanni Rigos to tag out what would have been the tying run. Strong hitting from Antonio Prunella, Yanni Rigos, Andrew Kraus, Brendan Sullivan, R.J. Donohue, John Kilcullen and the rest of the Reds kept them in the lead, and a strong 2 innings of relief from Brendan Sullivan kept the Reds ahead.

The Gair, Gair, Conason, Steigman & Mackauf "Astros"

Vs. Dr. Barbaro "Orioles"

Suffered a heartbreaking loss in the bottom of the 6th inning. The battery of Luke Hoffman and Corey Rutkin led the Astros defensively for 4 innings. Excellent defensive plays were turned in by Tyler Weiss at 1st base, Slater Dvoor at 2nd base, Kyle Berlinsky in center, Cole Romano in left and Dylan Silverstein at 3rd. Jared Schwartz was impressive at 2nd base and behind the plate, plus he made a great slide into third base to avoid a tag and then nearly stole home. David Lapidus made a beautiful sacrifice bunt. Jonathan Farkas, Michael Hershenhorn and Adam Krieger also contributed with great efforts to put the Astros in a position to win the game.

City Line Florist "Blue Jays" 4

Vs. The Iron Horse Transportation "Mariners" 4

The Blue Jays pitching threw 6 scoreless innings after giving 4 runs in the first. Josh Putter, Greg Donovan, and Louis Plomatillo each pitched 2 shut out innings. Base running was the key to the offense, as Fran Labita stole 6 bases and Matt Bateman stole 5 bases. The Blue Jay's had 3 hits, 2 bunt singles, one by Matt O'Connor and sac by Vincent Rossello. Jack Briamonte, Michael Lynch and Tyler Baron all played a nifty second base.

Virgilio Chiropractic "River Sharks"

Vs. State Bank of Long Island "Pride"

The River Sharks shut out the Pride by a score of 5 - 0. The pitching duo of Justin DiDonato and Peter Colletti had a total of 10 strike outs. Brian Haug and Ross Crames had a great day at the plate. They each hit a triple and a double. Frankie Disantos also stepped up with a double and single of his own. James Messina hit a single and was impressive catching the whole game. The River Sharks defense was solid with good infield plays from Giovanni Castelli and Joe Pagan. James Colgan, Frankie Suppa, Ethan Schonhaut and Max Nettler gave a good team effort.

Bagels and A Whole Lot More "Bears"

Vs. All County Business Solutions "Ducks"

Brett Baker pitched a great 1 hit 3 innings against a tough Ducks lineup. Gregory Kyro, David Kimmell, Nicholas Persaud & Alex Putter all reached base. Daniel Hodes, Gary Huang, Tommy Labruna and Vinnie Patrey all played solid defense. Laim Slattery went 3 for 3 and scores each time. Solid catching by Zach Schreiber behind the plate.

Virgilio Chiropractic "River Sharks"

Vs. Bagels and a Whole Lot More "Bears"

The River Sharks came out biting. We held a 6-1 lead for most of the game until the Bears rallied to tie the game. The game ended with a loss of 7-6. The River Sharks offense was led by Frank Disanto (triple), James Messina (two singles), Giovanni Castelli (double, single), Peter Coletti (single, double), Frankie Suppa (single) and Joseph Pagan (single). Ross Crames and Frankie Suppa had strong, hard-hit fly balls that were caught by the Bears. They didn't make it on base, but the runners advanced and runs scored. James Messina, Giovanni Castelli and Frank Disanto all stole bases. Good efforts by Justin DiDonato, Ethan Schonhaut, and Max Nettler.

Bagels And A Whole Lot More "Bears"

Vs. Virgilio Chiropractic "River Sharks"

Gregory Kyro & Liam Slattery provided solid pitching against a strong River Sharks offense. Andrew Schneider and Brett Baker were superb behind the dish. Vinnie Patrey, David Kimmel, Alex Putter, Nicolas Persaud & Tommy Labruna all played flawless defense and mounted a steady hitting attack. Zach Schreiber and Daniel Hodes scored key runs to put the game in the hands of our pitchers. A tough win for the Bears their 1st victory of the season. Good job boys.

All County Business Solutions "Ducks" 10

Vs. Virgilio Chiropractic "River Sharks" 1

The Ducks were on fire today scoring 10 runs against a tough River

Sharks team. On the hill Justin Marder, Bret Dieber, and Ben Lee were nearly untouchable. Behind the plate Adeel Bari, Evan Clark, And Mike Lopez were solid. Defensively, Ethan Volk, Justin Roth, and Andrew Cursio, combined with the rotation of all our players, played nearly flawless baseball. Offensively, the Ducks were on fire with a series of singles, doubles, a triple, stolen bases, sacs, and walks, the Ducks' racked up a total of 10 runs. The Ducks welcome Andrew Cursio from the DL. Andrew Cursio quickly established himself as a competitor with a hot bat, and great glove! The Ducks thank Brennan Scanlon for his continued assistance coaching while on the DL.

Bagels And A Whole Lot More "Bears"

Vs. Dr. William Facibene, MD, PC "Cyclones"

Vincent Patrey & Brett Baker provided solid pitching against a strong Cyclones offense. Liam Slattery went 3-3 w/2 walks. Vincent Patrey, David Kimmel, Andrew Schneider, Alex Putter, Nicolas Persaud & Zach Schreiber all had key hits and mounted a steady hitting attack racking up 14 hits. Brett Baker, Zach Schrieber and Liam Slattery provided strong catching behind the plate. Long balls were hit by Gary Huang who had 5 RBI's and Daniel Hodes also hit the long ball and drove in 3 runs. Solid shortstop turned in again by Vincent Partrey playing flawless defense. Andrew Schneider turned in a Web Gem by diving from 2nd base into shallow center making a play on a tough fly ball. Logo
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