Hamburg junior baseball and softball leagues
Thursday June 19, 2014 | By:Submitted to The Sun | Sports
In a 7-8 baseball matchup, Jennifer Warren State Farm Insurance Angels won a 9-0 decision over J.P. Fitzgerald’s Yankees on May 21.
Jason Ross went 3-for-3 at bat, hitting just short of the cycle with a single, a double and a triple. He also put two out with some strong playing at first base.
Nick Shea pitched the first inning and had three strikeouts. At the plate, he went 3-for-3 and also hit a set of singles.
From the other side of the stands, Andrew Cook had two hits at the plate and was walked. Kayden Bailey had two hits. Vonn Dudek had a hit and a walk and Ryder-Baetzhold had a hit.
On May 28, Hamburg Overhead Door Diamond Backs earned a 2-0 shutout over the Yankees.
Vonn Dudek went 2-for-2 at the plate and played some solid defense at second base. Also playing well for the Yankees was Bailey, who had some strong pitching and a well-timed catch at third base.
Danek Ditkowski went 1-for-2 at the plate and is on a two-game hitting streak. Baetzhold went 1-for-2 and tan the bases well.
That same day, Jennifer Warren State Farm Insurance Angels defeated Village Vet Clinic 7-2.
Max Ilkiwski made a catch on a long fly ball to left field. Michael LaRusch went 3-for-3 at the plate with two RBI.
On June 2, the Angels won a 13-5 contest over Overdorf Insurance Red Sox.
LaRusch went 3-for-3 at the plate with a grand slam and three runs of his own. Wyatt Engel made it on base both times with a hit and a walk.
The Diamond Backs would defeat the Angels, 6-4, to stop the winning streak.
Carson Teijera was 2-for-2 at the plate with a pair of singles and a walk that he scored 2 runs with. Roy Rotino hit 3-for-3, all singles, and scored a run.
For the 9-10-year-olds, Just Fun, FEC Athletics took a 4-2 game over C.D. Smith and Associates on May 22.
George Muriel hit a shot out into left field to help close the gap. Ben Michalski came in as relief and dropped three names into the strikeout column.
Joey Brooks had the first hit with a single down the line and Cameron Viavada played a solid game behind the plate.
For the A’s, Antone-Michael Sperry went 1-for-1 with an RBI and a run scored. He also had two solid innings on the mound. Tyler Siwek went 1-for-2 and also pitched two strong innings, striking out six of the seven batters he faced.
Also for the A’s, Trent Fawley went 1-for-1 and one run scored while Alex Smith went 1-for-2 with an RBI. He also made a huge catch in right field that stopped a likely home run.
Main Street Ice Cream Yankees won a 20-1 decision over Sgroi Financial Rangers.
John Oswald went 1-for-2 at the plate. Michael Clouden also went 1-for-2 and had a productive day on defense. Matt DeSpirit also went 1-for-2.
The Rangers bounced back with a 12-7 win over J.P. Fitzgerald’s Met.
Aston Riggs went 4-for-4 with three RBI. DeSpirit went 2-for-3 with 3 RBI and scored 3 runs himself. Myles Schenfield went 2-for-3 with three RBI; Josh Monaco batted 2-3 while driving in two runners. Schenfield also pitched two solid, scoreless innings with six strikeouts.
On May 29, Smith and Associates pulled out a 12-1 game over Century 21/Ganey.
Viavada brought in 3 runs from the plate, while Michalski went 4-for-4 and a stolen base. He also continued to pitch his no-hit streak.
George Muriel had 3 runs scored and four strikeouts. Jacob Hoak hit a 2-run double and was 2-for-3 at the plate.
For the 7-9 girls, Hamburg Blue Sox, VFW Post No. 517, defeated Lakeview LL Colorgraphies, 11-3, on June 2.
Quinn Heine pitched two scoreless innings while Bailey Staedt went 3-for-3 with a pair of doubles and three RBI. Maeve O’Brien won the teams’ Hustle Award.
“I’m extremely proud of my girls,” said coach Joe Bellanti. “They have made tremendous progress, in a short period of time. We know we have a long way to go, however.”
Lion’s Club received the win in a 19-1 victory over Lake Erie Bingo on June 4.
Sarah Tanski recorded four hits and scored 4 runs. Mia Haak had three hits and scored 2 runs of her own. Piper Galand had two hits and also scored twice.
O’Brien had four hits of her own and scored 3 runs.
The Blue Sox kept their winning ways going with an 11-1 triumph over Lakeshore LL (D.D.S.).
Maggie Kull extended her two-game batting streak with six straight hits. Four of those six hits came with two outs, while two runners were in scoring position.
The Hustle Award went to Mia Bellanti, who worked an 11-pitch at-bat and ripped a two RBI single when the score was tight early in the game. Kull leads the team with five RBI in two games.
Holly Stuart continues to improve at the plate, going 2-for-3. Meghan Kruszka pitched her first game and held the opponent to two scoreless innings, for a 2-0 Blue Six team.
The Lion’s Club did not miss a beat on June 9 with a 13-1 triumph over Colographies.
Grace Tanski had three hits and caught a fly ball. Avery Lyons had three hits and assisted a double play. Kassidy Karoleski and Gabby Mancusso also had three hits for Lion’s Club.
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