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*** 3rd Weekend Game Recaps

May 22nd, 2016


Saturday's games started off with a thriller that saw Whitesboro Fire Dept. defeat Chapman 6 to 5.  Chance Sherwood threw 4 strong innings and hit a towering home run over the hitter's eye in center field for Chapman and the team, like they showed they could do a week ago, was able once again to come back from a deficit in the top of the 6th but fell just short as Frankie Trevisani was able to get the last out with the bases loaded to save the win for WFD.  Frankie relieved Cannon Chapman who through another gem on the mound giving up just 3 hits and 3 runs in 4-1/3 innings.  Dominic Bullis and Kyle Meier each had two hits for WFD who tallied a total of 8 hits including a laser beam off the bat of Tristan "T Money" Matthews.  Chance Sherwood and Frankie Centro pitched a solid game, Collin Schneider had 3 hits.  It was great to start the day with a game that had the fans on the edge of their seats right through the last pitch. 

The second game of the day was led by new Head Coach Todd Scott, who relieved Coach Dave Collis due to an unexpected injury, we wish Coach Collis well on his recovery.  Trey Murnane pitched into the sixth inning showing great control walking only 4 batters. Jimmy Scarchilli led the way at the plate with 2 doubles and a triple, all line shots. Big hits by David Scienza, Tyler Thorngen and Lucas "Tuna" Edic led a late game rally against NYM ace Colin Skermont. In the field, Tyler Thorngren continues to impress, cleanly fielding a hot smash that took a bad hop, knocking off his hat! 9 year old Anthony Scarchilli made his infield debut playing 3rd base for all six innings.... Jack LaFayette and Colin Skermont pitched for NYMFD. Colin hit for the cycle which included an inside the park HR.  Anthony Daniels hit a few hard balls for some hits as well as Chris Stillwell and Nick Polnak.  Carter Smith had his first hit of the season, another very good young player in this league.  The game ended with a 10 to 9 victory by NYMFD. Another edge of your seat game.

Our last game of the day was between first place Legion and last place Vets.  The Vets showed that they were not intimidated by batting through the lineup in the first inning to gain a 6 to 2 advantage.  Legion had more runs to score on base but Patrick Wands made a great play at third to end the inning.  Zach Montana started on the mound pitching strikes and keeping the score close the first 3 innings.  Devlin Zajack caught a high pop fly to center by a hard hit ball.  Matt Brinck Anthony Sawanec Frank Trotta Patrick Wands Zach Montana all had several hits along with Jacob Collea who hit 2 towering HR, first HR towering left center and the 2nd was a towering over the left field yellow pole.   It was lost it in the trees!!!!   Collea caught a stellar performance behind the plate also!   Legion in the end got the victory by doing what they do best, play baseball.  Legion was on the edge of their seat early but another cycle was hit today by Kody Czternastek who also had an inside the park HR.  Brayden Czternastek started for Legion and Jimmy Reilly and DeShawn Hutchinson slowed the Vets bats for the victory. 

Saturday was great to see the progression of our younger teams.  The Vets hit the ball very well and Hannaford continues to get fantastic production out of their young players with veteran leadership by their 12 year olds.  These are two teams that will be very strong in the years to come.

Let’s not forget the Saturday special by Chapman.  Their chicken wraps cooked by the Hunter Family sold out before the second game was finished.  I heard cell phones’ ringing for wraps to go by fans that could not attend the game.  The stretch of the season will be a great one. 

Posted 5 days ago by Nick Panuccio.