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*** TWIB Notes - Week 4

June 2nd, 2017


Legion and WFD met for the second time this year, and this game was as good as the first.  DaShawn Hutchinson threw 5-1/3 strong innings for Legion while Cannon Chapman dueled him for WFD.  Legion jumped out to a quick lead scoring three runs in the top of the first but WFD answered with two runs of their own in the bottom of the first to let everyone at the park know they were in for a great game.  Legion expanded their lead to 5 to 2 but WFD showed their character pushing a run across in the bottom of the 6th inning and loading the based before Spencer Cater was able to the last out to secure a 5-3 victory for Legion.  Spencer also had two hits for Legion while DH had there only other hit.  For WFD Tyler Stivali, who closed the game on the mound for WFD had a hit along with Cannon Chapman, Noah Chapman and Ty Montrose.

Carmen Centro pitched an outstanding game going 5 1/3 innings striking out 9, he also had 3 hits. Ethan Kahl, Jake Long, Joey Gorsey and Devin Zawada all contributed offensively as well. Chapman held on for the victory by gunning down runners at 2nd and home in the 6th inning. Great win for us in which the young Chapman team overcame deficits twice in the game to come out on top. Jack LaFayette and Nick Polnak pitched.  Hall, LaFayette, Polnak, Chris Stilwell, Mikey Stilwell and Carter Smith all had hits.

Logan Lachaz pitched a complete game without a walk and Hannaford battled back from a 7 to 1 deficit to win. Elijah Lewis picked up a big hit lining a double to right center to spark a run scoring rally.  Ben Zyskowski continues to swing a hot bat and had the game winning RBI with a walk off double.
 

Posted June 2nd, 2017 by Nick Panuccio.