Hamburg Junior Baseball/Softball Results
Thursday July 11, 2013 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
(Boys 11-12 Division/June 19-26)
Knights of Columbus Blue Jays 22, Star Service Boston 1
Three new pitchers took the mound in the Blue Jays win. Alex Kelleher recorded two strikeouts, Jack Bermingham threw well and Adam Dunford retured three straight batters. Braden Smith also pitched well and added a triple.
Knights of Columbus Blue Jays 21, Southtowns Kempo Karate Yanks 7
Jordan Berkhoudt hit a grand slam and finished with three hits in the Blue Jays’ win. Also in the win, John Edie tripled, Braden Smith homered and Lou Rezcek added two hits. Edie also pitched well.
Sawer & Sackel, LLP Orioles 11, Knights of Columbus Blue Jays 7
John Edie finished with a triple and a home run and gave another good performance on the mound in a losing effort. Jack Bermingham had a clutch two-out two RBI hit and Alex Kelleher added a hit. Brendan McGrath also had two hits.
(Boys 9-10 Division/June 21)
J.P. Fitzgerald’s Mets 15, Century 21 Ganey D-backs 5
The Mets blew open a close game with a six-run third inning to defeat the D’backs. Max Haak and Aidan Brunner each had three hits in the victory. Gary Harkewicz came through with a two-RBI double and scored three runs. The Mets added solid pitching and good overall team defense.
Girls 7-9 Division/June 17-26)
Southtowns Radiology 7, LVLL Papaya Restaurant 2
Gianna Muriel finished with two doubles and Reilly Redmond went 3 for 3 to lead the effort at the plate. Redmond brought in the first two runs of the game and scored the winning run in the fourth for Southtowns Radiology.Reyja Davis had her first career base hit and she made two plays in the field to keep baserunners on first.
Southtowns Radiology 11, VFW Shero Post 517 1
Ashlie Hansen singled and a doubled to help lead the Southtowns Radiology win. Hannah Weiss also had a hot bat as she singled twice to bring in two runs. Livy “Wheels” Hansen had a nice hit into left field. Rachel Kumiega went 2 for 2 at the plate. Her perfect play in left field also helped secure a great out on defense.
Southtowns Radiology 9, J.P. Fitzgerald’s 3
Angelina Carlone hit her first career double in the top of the third, sparking a six-run rally in the win for Southtowns radiology. Reilly Redmond remained an asset to the team as her offense continues to improve. She went three for three and hit a deep shot into left field. Kelsey McCartney went 2 for 3 with three RBI at the plate. Gianna Muriel was tough to hit in the circle and also scored two runs and brought in three other runners on offense.
(Boys 7-8 Division/June 19-26)
State Farm Nationals 7, Main St. Ice Cream Cubs 6
Eli Obrochta finished 2 for 3 and hit the game-winning home run in the bottom of the sixth to lead the Nationals.Jason Rudnicki recorded his first RBI of the season, while Ben Ross and Chase Terry both went 3 for 3 at the plate.
State Farm Nationals 10, Emerling Chevrolet Dodgers 5
William Pendergast went 4 for 5 at the plate and scored three runs. Evan Meader was 3 for 4 with two runs scored and Chase Terry went 4 for 4 with two runs as well. Jason Rudnicki added a 3 for 4 performance.
State Farm Nationals 14, Hamburg Rotary Marlins 3
Noah McFarland went 3 for 4 and made a diving catch in the outfield with runners in scoring position to secure the win for the Nationals. Offensively, Ben Ross went 3 for 4, walked and scored twice, while Nolan Smith went 4 for 4 and struck out two batters in his inning on the mound. Brycen Pace went 3 for 3 with two runs and also played well on defense.
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