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*** TWIB Notes 4th Week

May 21st, 2015


There are 8 games played and 4 to go.  We are headed down the stretch of the Little League Season after a Memorial Weekend off.

Monday's game was rained out and played on Thursday.  The Vets started Logan Michel on the mound and Hannaford started Brandon Paolozzi.  The game was close after 4 innings, Jacob Collea hit a triple to get the bats rolling for the Vets.  Nate Balfe, Stephen Dorozynski and Logan Michel provided power to give the Vets the needed boost for the game.  Bryce Collis continues to hit the ball well driving in Sam Collis for an RBI.  Mehki Carter played a solid 2nd base with some hard hit grounders that he turned into outs.  Connor Cittadino came in to pitch and shut down Hannaford, Frank Trotta closed the game for his first appearance at the mound for the Vets.  Vets win the game and stay solid in 2nd place.

Tuesday's game was between Legion and WBFD.  Ty Kane and Josh Komacek battled early, Josh was dialed in and pitched a great game.  Legion was fortunate by scoring many runs with Ryan Quinn and Kody Czternastek getting a pair of hits each.  RJ Diliberto went 4 for 4, a very tough out carrying his team to 13 runs.  Jace Deihl had his first hit of the season which contributed to the runs for Legion.  WBFD would not go away quietly, Ty Montrose delivered a 2 run single, Dominic "Munchie" Bullis hit a shot to the fence and it would have went out if the wind did not blow the ball back into play.  Noah Smith delivered a single for his first hit of the season.  The game was closed by DeShawn Hutchinson and Legion stays in first with a 13 to 7 victory.

Wednesday's game lasted the longest of the season.  This game went 9 innings and was called due to darkness.  The game was knotted at 10 and NYMFD has a lot to be proud of.  They come to play baseball and they have not given up on the season.  Anthony Daniels started for NYMFD, was pitching great to keep his team in the game.  Eddie Dutcher had 2 hits and Giovanne Giuliano provided a hit of his own to keep Chapman rattled.  Chapman provided great young experience to this game.  Carmen Centro and Carson Hunter both went 3 for 5 to battle with NYMFD.  Ethan Kahl pitched and held NYMFD in the extra innings to no runs and Aaron Snyder did the same for NYMFD.  Great game by both teams, by far the longest and most hard played game of the season.

Enjoy Memorial Day Weekend and see everyone on Tuesday May 26th to finish out the 2015 season. 

Posted yesterday by Nick Panuccio.