NACBL Update (07/06/2014) – Sand Sharks pitching control Hurricanes

NACBL Update (07/06/2014) – Sand Sharks pitching control Hurricanes.

Sand Sharks Elijah Sanabria

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Sand Sharks 3 – Hurricanes 1

Tom Ring (Wilkes) led the way for the Sand Sharks as they took care of the Hurricanes. He pitched seven innings, struck out three, and allowed only one run. Elijah Sanabria (Tiffin) went 2-for-2 with two runs and a couple stolen bases. Tom McKenna (St. Joseph’s Brooklyn) scored once and Brian Luebcke (St. Joseph’s) drove in one.


Winning pitcher – Sand Sharks – Tom Ring (2-1)
Losing pitcher – Hurricanes – Caleb Olesson (0-1)

NACBL Update (07/06/2014) – Cardinals outfly Red Birds

NACBL Update (07/06/2014) – Cardinals outfly Red Birds.

Cardinals Matt Caposio

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Game 1 – Cardinal 4 – Red Birds 3

Despite having just four hits, the Cardinal picked up the win behind five errors by the Red Birds. Both teams starting pitching was excellent, keeping it a low scoring game through most of the contest. Mike Dolce (Farmingdale) of the Cardinals picked up the win after tossing five innings, allowing just one run and three hits, while striking out six. Although the Cardinals did not get up many hits, Matt Caposio (Felician) had a big single in the sixth inning that drove in two, giving the Cardinals a lead that they never gave back. Anthony Eichorn (Molloy) pitched six dominant innings, giving up just one earned run while striking out ten, but it was not enough to earn him a victory.


Winning Pitcher – Cardinals – Mike Dolce (2-0)
Losing Pitcher – Red Birds – Anthony Eichorn (1-1)
Save – Cardinals – Matt Domina (1)

NACBL Update (07/06/2014) – Sand Sharks get by Shamrocks

NACBL Update (07/06/2014) – Sand Sharks get by Shamrocks.

Sand Sharks Brian Luebcke

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Sand Sharks 5 – Shamrocks 4

The lead changed three times during the game and a four-run sixth inning for the Sand Sharks sealed the win. Bryan Dromerhauser went 2-for-2 with a run and an RBI. Reynaldo Diaz (Fairleigh Dickinson) had two hits and an RBI. Tom McKenna (St. Joseph’s Brooklyn), Luciano Morello (Saint Rose), and Myles Kutscher (Oswego) all had one hit and one run scored.

Winning pitcher – Sand Sharks – Brian Luebcke (1-1)
Losing pitcher – Shamrocks – Joseph Siringo (0-1)

NACBL Update (07/06/2014) – Whalers conquer Atlantics

NACBL Update (07/06/2014) – Whalers conquer Atlantics.

Whalers John Sostarich

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Whalers 10 – Atlantics 4

Anthony Bonilla (St. Joseph’s – LI) was 3-for-5 with 2 RBIs and a run scored as the Whalers scored six unanswered runs in the final four innings to top the Atlantics. Eight of the nine batters in the Whalers line-up had a hit, and Mark Flynn (Columbia) and Jack McCarty (Molloy) each had a pair of hits and a pair of RBIs. John Sostarich (Sacred Heart) gutted through six innings, giving up four runs on seven hits, and he fanned seven. Vinny Orlando (Dowling), Vinny DeMaria (Iona), and Brandon Fischer (Briarcliffe) each had multi-hit games for the Atlantics.


Winning Pitcher – Whalers – John Sostarich (1-0)
Losing Pitcher – Atlantics – Christian Huertas (1-1)

NACBL Update (07/06/2014) – Pitching gem give Red Birds win

NACBL Update (07/06/2014) – Pitching gem give Red Birds win.

Red Birds Noah Shulman

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Red Birds 1 – Whalers 0

Josh Payne (Trinidad State) gave up just three hits in five scoreless innings to lower his ERA to 1.89 and pick up the victory for the Red Birds. It was Noah Shulman’s (Brown) two-out, RBI single in the fourth inning that made the difference in this game, a pitcher’s duel between Payne and the Whalers’ Chris Johnson (NYIT). Johnson gave up only five hits in five innings, but took the hard-luck loss. Andrew Gallagher (Fairfield) pitched a scoreless seventh inning for his second save of the season. Two of the Whalers’ three hits were collected by Jack McCarty (Molloy).


Winning Pitcher – Red Birds – Josh Payne (2-0)
Losing Pitcher – Whalers – Chris Johnson (0-1)

Save – Red Birds – Andrew Gallagher (2)

NACBL Update (07/06/2014) – Shamrocks withstand Makos

NACBL Update (07/06/2014) – Shamrocks withstand Makos.

Shamrocks Edwardo Hodgson

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Shamrocks 3 – Makos 1

Shamrocks pitcher Paul Mills (York) pitched a complete seven inning game Sunday afternoon and led his team to beat the Makos. Mills struck out three, gave up four hits, and issued just two walks. Edwardo Hodgson (Monroe) and Griffin Small each had one hit and scored one run. Keith Schroeherm (Mount Saint Vincent) and Elan Trischitta (Purchase) each contributed one RBI each.


Winning Pitcher – Shamrocks – Paul Mills (1-1)
Losing Pitcher – Makos – Joe Riley (0-1)

NACBL Update (07/05/2014) – Federals trap Tribe twice

NACBL Update (07/05/2014) – Federals trap Tribe twice.

Federal Jason Reyes

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Game 1 – Federals 8 – Tribe 0

Federals’ pitcher Joe Crosser (Mount Saint Vincent) had a no-hitter through five innings, and in the six innings he pitched he only gave up one hit. Any number of runs would have sufficed with that performance, but the Federals’ offense exploded in the fourth inning for five runs. Jason Reyes (Concordia) went 2-for-4 with two runs and RBIs. Matt DeMartino (Utica) went 1-for-4 with two RBIs. Both Craig Weber (Mount Saint Vincent) and Andrew Lombardo (Nassau) had two hits and two runs.


Winning pitcher – Federals – Joe Crosser (1-0)
Losing pitcher – Tribe – Vin Aprea (0-1)

Game 2 – Federals 10 – Tribe 1

The second game had much of the same feel as the first. The Federals got out to a 6-0 lead in the first and eventually mercy-ruled the Tribe for the second time today. Matt DeMartino (Utica) went 2-for-3 with two runs and three RBIs. Tom Smith (Marywood) had one hit and three RBIs. Jason Reyes (Concordia), Nick Girardi (Manhattan), and Matthew Dawkins (Queens College) each had two runs scored.

Winning pitcher – Federals – James Moussa (1-0)
Losing pitcher – Tribe – Will Hickey (0-1)

NACBL Update (07/02/2014) – Hurricanes blow past Atlantics

NACBL Update (07/02/2014) – Hurricanes blow past Atlantics.

Hurricanes Tommy Ziegen

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Hurricanes 9 – Atlantics 7

The Hurricanes outslugged the Atlantics 9-7 in a game that lasted just five innings, and was cut short due to lightning. The Hurricanes had four players with multi-hit games, including Manny Esposito (Mercy) who tallied three hits and a stolen base. Tommy Ziegen (Old Westbury) also had a big day at the plate, with two hits and three runs batted in. Thomas Zaki (Queens) picked up the save against the Atlantics when he came in with one out in the final inning, and retired the next two batters. The Atlantics only had five hits, despite having seven runs. Two of their hits were by Dominick Raucci (Dowling), who also drove in a runner.


Winning Pitcher – Hurricanes – Gregory Hutnick (2-0)
Losing Pitcher – Atlantics – Nick Calamia (0-1)
Save – Hurricanes – Thomas Zaki (1)

NACBL Update (07/01/2014) – Red Birds bomb Tribe

NACBL Update (07/01/2014) – Red Birds bomb Tribe.

Red Birds Jonathan Martinez

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Red Birds 6 – Tribe 1

Skyler Mercado’s (Florence Darlington) two solo home runs were the difference in the Red Birds’ victory on Tuesday evening at St. Dominic’s. Jonathan Martinez (Dominican) and Mike Cundari (St. Joseph’s – Brooklyn) also had wonderful nights, going 4-for-4 with a triple and 2 RBIs, and 3-for-4 with a pair of runs scored, respectively. Despite allowing a run to score in the first inning on a balk, Red Birds’ starter James Scagnelli (SUNY Old Westbury) went six innings for the victory and allowed only four hits and two walks. Ricky Alessi (LIU Post) had two of the Tribe’s five hits.


Winning Pitcher – Red Birds – James Scagnelli (2-0)
Losing Pitcher – Tribe – Mike Ceparano (0-2)

NACBL Update (07/01/2014) – Whalers handle Sand Sharks

NACBL Update (07/01/2014) – Whalers handle Sand Sharks.

Whalers Steven Dohonue

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Whalers 7 – Sand Sharks 2

James Callahan (St. Thomas Aquinas) was on the rubber for the Whalers and he pitched a complete game in under 100 pitches. He allowed two runs on seven hits and struck out six. Jack McCarty (Molloy) went 2-for-4 with two RBIs, John Tsiolis (Briarcliffe) went 2-for-3 with three runs scored, and Steven Donohue (Franklin Pierce) went 2-for-4 with one RBI and two runs scored. Anthony Bonilla (St. Joseph’s LI) added two hits, and one run and RBI each.


Winning pitcher – Whalers – James Callahan (1-0)
Losing pitcher – Sand Sharks – Pat Barrett (0-1)

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