Friday, 01 October 2010 00:00
The rangers took on the brewers on a beautiful Saturday morning. The Rangers had another offensive hitting attack scoring 3 runs in the first inning, 4 in the 3rd and 5 in the 6th. Bailey Lee went 1-3 with a hard single, Franco Dililta went 3 for 3 with a double and three runs scored while William Lentini was 2 for 3 with two runs scored and two excellent defensive plays at second base and a nice play in center field keeping the ball in front of him and hitting the cut off man with the throw. Jake Glueck went 3 for 3 with 3 runs scored and 3 rbis and a nice defensive play at shortstop tagging a runner who overran second base, while Ian Meyer was the defensive wizard today with two great diving catches at shortstop and a nice play at first base while going 3 for 3 at the plate with 2 runs scored and 3 rbis. Jared Puntus was 2 for 3 with a grand slam home run and a single, and Anthony Robayo was 3 for 3 with a run scored. Ben Goodwin was 1 for 3 with a big single in the 6th inning to keep the rally going while Eli Goodwin hit as rocket up the first base line that would have been a sure double but for a great defensive play by the first baseman. Matthew Farkas was 1 for 2 with a hard single and was excellent at catcher. Alfred Squicciario was 1 for 3 with a single and Charles Linden was excellent at catcher making several nice stops and while playing third base made a nice play to force a runner. Each week the boys are getting better and better.
We want to thank our sponsors New Hyde Park Funeral Home for giving the boys a chance to play ball. The Padres came to the field excited and ready to play ball. Another great day at the plate by Dan Rielly, Marco Gullo, Joe Mattei, Ryan Garzon and Brandon Colon with a pair of monster doubles. On defense with good glove work by Justin Marsella and Dan Garcia. Great shut down plays by Nick Marsella and Giuseppe Seidita. Great job padres keep up the good work. We also want to thank the parents for the support they show for the boys. Let’s Go Padres. By Coach Gerome & Coach Dino.
The Hillside Beverage Cardinals fall season is now in full swing with all the boys contributing with the bat and their gloves. This week the offense came alive and the charge was led by Marco Coluccio with a 3 for 3, and 3 rbi’s with two powerful shots with runners on base. Philip Schurr also 2 for 3 with a long double to drive in a run and two solid innings behind the plate. Jared Wong again with a solid 3-3 at the plate. Alessandro Gullo with some great defensive plays on the ground and in the air along with Demetris Panouis and Adrian Balkcom also flashing some leather on defense and consistent hits on offense. Stephen DeRocchis and Nicholas Moundros started another late inning comeback for the Cardinals in the 5th inning with their singles and Michael Castelli, Nicholas Rubinic and Zachary Timmons all finished the inning off with RBI hits in the clutch. Jack Nathen and Seth Newman also contributed on defense to help the Cardinals to an overall great team effort this week and we look for continued success in the weeks to come.
Game Three of the Hand Rolled Bagels Lower Farms Cubs Fall Season turned out to be the most well played game so far. Tremendous improvement in both the hitting and fielding departments. Trevor Y., Philip G., John D. and Attilio L. contributed with monster strength base hits. Outstanding defensive plays particularly by Alex S., Scott M., and Jack K. kept the Nationals scoring in reach. Go Cubs!
It was a great game played by both sides. Offensive stars for the Braves were Kenny Hirschfeld leading the team with 5 hits. Ryan Wasserman, Nicholas Ungania, Duhan Lee, Jimmy Weedon & Evan Kreth had 3 hits each. Daniel Semet had 2 hits. Jeremy Wong and Edward Mauceri had 1 hit each. Brendon Park had a couple of good stops in the infield. Great teamwork and sportsmanship shown by all the boys.
The Nationals came out swinging on another perfect fall morning at the Merillon Athletic Complex. The team put on an impressive offensive show, with solid hitting deep into the lineup. Nationals’ offensive players of the game included James Kim (3-3, 1 RBI), Erik Lyngstad-Hughes (4-4, 2 RBIs), Jonathan Grenard (3-4, 2 RBIs), Jose Betances (4-4, 2 RBIs), Lance Yetikyel (3-4, 2 RBIs), and Cooper Alwadish (4-4, 2 RBIs). Every player on the Nationals contributed to the offense with at least 1 RBI each. On the field, steady plays by Jon Ziebitch, Aidan Chun, Joseph Vieni, Erik Lyngstad-Hughes, Cooper Alwadish, and Jonathan Grenard rounded out a standout team effort in the Nationals third game of the fall season. A true team effort at the plate and in the field contributed to another well played game by the Nationals.