Pitch Hit and Run is a national competition that is run by Aquafina. It is called Aquafina Major League Baseball Pitch Hit And Run. Pitch Hit and Run tests three aspects of baseball/softball - pitching, hitting and running. There are four levels of competition - local, sectional, team championship and national finals.
Michael DiMartino, who is 10 years old, participated in the first level, which is the local scope, that was held in New Hyde Park - all children from ages 7 – 14 years were invited to compete.
Hillside Beverage Cyclones upset heavily favored Riversharks for major’s championship.
The team leaned on the shoulders of Gregory Andreopoulos and Andrew Imperatore who both pitched just about a perfect game. The game MVP was Sean MCClellan who was three for three with all four RBI’s starting in the third inning with his three run homer off the league’s top pitcher. Harman Takhar started the rally with his precise bunting.
Scores Compiled By Dr. Alan Cooper
New Hyde Park Fire District Marlins Win Upper Farms Division. Team members are: Dean Caldwell, Daniel Garcia, Justin Cosgrove, Alessandro Gullo, Michael Femia, Stephen DeRocchis, Danny Simmons, Anthony Schembeck, Philip Schurr, Alfred Squiccarino, Michael Morrone, Adam Miller. The coaches are Phil Schurr and Arturo Gullo.
Focus-it is looking someone in the eye, paying attention, concentration and completing our goals.
Focus is an intricate part of everything we do; it applies to school, listening to our parents, and it is the key it to success. The foundation for character building and success starts at home. The schools and role models that impact your child’s life assist in reinforcing the aspirations that you have for your child’s development and future.
The Cubs had a tall order today coming up against a hot Braves team. Leading the Braves offensive charge was Kenny Hirschfeld and Ryan Wasserman with four hits each. Kenny had another big double and Ryan had four RBIs. Alan Sikora, Duhan Lee, Edward Mauceri and Christopher Chin had three hits each. Also contributing to the offensive was Christian Sikiric, Michael Paladino with two hits each and Anthony Levia with one hit. The defense was led by Ryan, Kenny and Christopher turning one great play after another. Ryan turned an unassisted double play and Michael turned in the play of the game with tremendous play at shortstop for the putout. The Braves are really starting to break stride and come together as the season comes to a close. The Cubs also played a very good game.
This week the varsity baseball team played the undefeated Wantagh team. In game one, the team fell short by a score of 8-7. Nick Perrone threw a complete game with nine strikeouts. He gave up five earned runs. Juniors Fran Terrero and Anthony Simone had three and two hits apiece. In game two, Wantagh won 10-1 by a well-pitched game by Kevin Sprecht. In game three, Anthony Simone took the mound and handed Wantagh their first loss of the season by the score of 4-2. Simone pitched six strong innings while Brendan Parnell pitched the last inning for the save. John Tomasini had a two RBI single in the fifth inning to give NHP a 4-1 lead.
Luke Notine was the Rockies starting pitcher and did a great job throwing strikes through the first two innings. On offense, Alan Birnbaum got things started with a fly ball single to right field in the bottom of the first inning, and played well in the field. Gavin Borduas did a great job behind the plate in the second and third innings and worked out a two-out walk in the 3rd with nobody on which lead to a big inning. Joe Muratore provided a spark on both sides of the ball, giving the team a very strong effort. He kept opposing pitchers off balance with his antics on the base paths, and showed great hustle throughout the game. Frankie Sannuti pitched extremely well in his first outing of the season. He battled through the third inning to limit the Phillies’ chances. Great job, Frankie. Chris Gould hustled on the base paths and played hard in the field making a nice play on a deep drive to left to get the ball in quickly and limit the other team’s chances while Paul DePaulis had some great at bats, and played well in the field. He also took the mound and shut the other team down at the plate in the 4th inning. Danny McClellan provided a big lift at the plate with two hard hit doubles. Danny also pitched a 1,2,3 final inning to close it out for the Rockies.
The Garden City Park Soccer club will be running a free soccer clinic on June 2 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Michael J. Tully Park, off Denton Avenue in New Hyde Park.
Boys and girls under 9 who are born after July 31, 2003
Boys and girls under 10 who are born after July 31, 2002
Boys and girls under 11 who are born after July 31, 2001
A beautiful Sunday afternoon set the stage for the long awaited rematch between the Hand-rolled Bagels Padres and the New Hyde Park Elks Royals. Andrew Kern set the stage for a big Padres inning when he singled to start the game. The next seven batters reached base safely and the Padres were off and running. Andrew, Stephen Coffey, Michael O’Grady, and Andrew Stein led the charge with four hits each. Other noteworthy contributions were given by Christian Flynn (3 hits, 1 run) and Sanay Shah (3 hits, 1 RBI). As usual, the Padres were able to depend upon Marco Gullo and Joe Mattei for their brilliance in the field, making plays to save runs, but the play of the day belonged to Vincent Pepe. Vincent stopped a ball with his face (prompting a collective gasp from the capacity crowd) and stood in stunned silence for a moment before completing the play at first base. After a two-batter stint on the disabled list, Vincent (now dubbed “Braveheart” by his awed teammates) returned to finish the game and drive in three runs. Another great performance by Hand-rolled Bagels Padres.
The BOLTS keep striking lighting every time they take the field. Jillian Cooper, the starting pitcher, pitched 2 strong innings and got the win. Jillian also had a hit and a run batted in. Amber Roggendorf had two walks and two big runs batted in. Amber caught the game ending line drive and assisted in the double play to end the game. Daniella “K” Connor had 3 base hits and pitched the last inning to get the save. Lauren “Lights Out” Wasserman pitched two strong innings, striking out four batters. Lauren also had 2 hits and 2 runs batted in. Samantha Grenard hit the ball hard, walked once and scored a run. Samantha did another great job catching behind the plate. Haylie Lempert walked 4 times and scored 3 big runs. Cece Schnall scored 2 big runs and had a run batted in. Cece also did a great job catching behind the plate, assisting in a put out at home plate. Kaitlyn Stoyer had a big run batted in single and made a great play at second base. Katie Gray had 3 walks and scored 2 big runs. Gabby Ranieri hit a shot over the first baseman’s head for a big single into right field. Gabby also scored 2 runs.
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