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*** TWIB Notes Week 2

May 14th, 2018


Monday night found Hannaford hosting Whitesboro Fire Dept. Even though WFD came away with a 10 - 6 victory in 8 innings, it was Hannaford who shined in the field with multiple catches in the outfield and great pitching performances from Tyler Thorngren and Ben Zyskowski. Jacob Crouse was a wall behind home plate and his triple deep to left field kept the pressure on WFD. Lucas Tucker and Connor Wiggins had two hits each and Tyler Thorngren, Ben Zyskowski, Gabe O'Donnell and Mike Pilla each had a hit. Devin Trevisani carried the offensive load for WFD with two triples and the game tying single in the top of the 6th with two outs and two on which allowed WFD to extend the game to extra innings. Patrick Jones Jr had great at bats for WFD and his bunt that barely went foul down the 3rd base line charged up the WFD team seeing his effort in trying to help the team win. WFD's combined effort on the mound of Tristan Matthews, Nick DiCesare and Tyler Stivali showed the depth WFD has on the hill as Nick's first time on the mound this year produced three strong innings for his team. Everyone needs to keep their eyes on Hannaford as they are definitely a team on the rise.

 

On a night where both teams pitching struggled and the offenses exploded Legion was led by Noah Clausen. Clausen was 5 for 5; he had a home run and 7 RBI's. Braden Czternastek had 4 hits, Memphis Ferguson and Chris Jennings each had two hits. The game went an extra inning, Czternastek finally closed the door in the seventh inning; he was helped by third baseman Troy Braybent who made two good plays in the bottom of the 7th to seal the 13 to 11 win. Chapman again showed their age and made a few key mistakes that gave Legion extra outs in a very close game, and to their credit, they took advantage of them beating Chapman 13-11 in 7 innings. Chapman made their coach proud, battling from behind all game long, finally tying it at 11 at the end of 6. Cullen Sheridan and Seth Stevens both pitched outstanding in relief. Joey Gorsey led Chapman at the plate, with multiple hits and an RBI tonight. Jesse Maliani and Ryan Burt had their first hits of the year in a very balanced attack. So far this season, Aiden Nofri and Luke Van Etten have been pleasant surprises on how well they have adjusted to the LL game.

 

Wednesdays Game Stewarts played the Vets. Jack LaFayette, Tyreke Cornett and Nick Wehrle got a hit. Jack, Nick and Chris Stilwell pitched. For the Vets Zach Montana took the hill on the way to end 11 to 1 Victory. The Vets bats were back at work as hits were spread out up and down the line up.. A true team effort and a true team win in the Vets second win of the season!

 

Thursdays Game Coming off an 8 inning loss to WFD Hannaford looks to bounce back against last year's champion Legion. Hannaford had its best offensive showing of the season with multi hit performances by Gabe O'Donnell, Jacob Crouse, Cayden Young and Ben Zyskowski. Tyler Thorngren added 2 walks and 2 runs scored from the leadoff spot, and Connor Wiggins had a hit, 2 walks and 2 runs scored. Hannaford entered the bottom of the 6th trailing 11-10 but failed to rally back falling just short again. For the second game in a row Legion's offense came alive and they put up 11 runs. Everyone chipped in offensively, Nico Lupia and Ethan McCaw both had two hits. Lupia also came in and pitched 2 2/3 innings of relief securing the win. Legions defense shut the door in the final inning with great plays by Memphis Ferguson and Brayden Czternastek.

Posted May 14th, 2018 by Nick Panuccio.