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Anthony Zupnick pitched all six for the Wolfhounds, scored 3 runs, knocked in 3 RBIs and threw a runner out at the plate. Lawerence Chan went 3-for-4 with 5 RBIs and brothers Paul and Vincent DiGirolomo each...

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C. J. Wolfhounds 13 Biordi Construction 1

Anthony Zupnick pitched all six for the Wolfhounds, scored 3 runs, knocked in 3 RBIs and threw a runner out at the plate. Lawerence Chan went 3-for-4 with 5 RBIs and brothers Paul and Vincent DiGirolomo each doubled, as did Henry Szmota.

Pitcher Chris Cantlanato showed his toughness facing a remarkable 39 batters in 6 innings for Biordi's.

C. J. Wolfhounds 2 Bayside Plumbing 0

Alex Kalinkos threw his fourth shutout of the year yielding only one hit as the Wolfhounds edged out Bayside Plumbing 2-0. Anthony Zupnick's sacrifice RBI-ground out in the 2nd and Rory Pleva's RBI double in the third were the difference as both teams played excellent defense.

Bayside Plumbing outfielder's running catch with bases loaded in the third quieted the Wolfhounds rally keeping Plumbing in the game.

Applebee's 9 Biordi Construction 2

Applebee’s was lead by some fine pitching by Mike Karcinski who pitched 4 strong innings, striking out 6 batters . Brian Capozzi had a fine game with a single and a double to help the Bee's to victory. Biordi Construction was lead by Spiros Caminos, who had 2 hits.

Applebee's 9 F. Nichlonson Law 2

The Bee's had another good game with the bats, scoring nine runs. Tim Doepfner and Philip Varsam had a couple of hits. Diepfner pitched a good game to lead the team to a nice win. Peter Regan pitched some fine innings for F. Nicholson Law.

Murphy's Florist 17 Applebee's 13

Murphy’s Marc and Steve Buccellato each hit 2 run homers in extra innings to defeat Applebee’s in a game previously suspended . Applebee’s had some fine hitting by Kevin Holtz and Philip Varsam, but the Bee’s came up a little short.

Applebee’s 6 Murph’'s 3

Applebee’s came back after losing a extra-inning game to Murphy’s with a hard-fought win. Chris Hamm was the hitting star with his first homer over the center field fence 200 feet away. The Bee’s got some good pitching from the combination of Tim Doepfner and Mike Karcinski. Loe Lynch pitched some nice innings for Murphy’s in this hard-fought game.

TEXAS DIVISION

Biordi Construction 2 vs. Headlines 1

This well played game had all-star caliber performances by several players with Biordi Construction pushing across the winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning for a 2-1 victory over Headlines.

Biordi's Sam Rowen came through with the winning RBI after Sam Gussak led off the bottom of the sixth with a triple.

Headlines took a 1-0 lead in the top of the fourth led by the offensive heroics of Dominic Formato (3-for-3, one double), three shutout innings of pitching by Tommy Monte and great defense by Tony Davi.

Second baseman Anthony Scianna’s RBI single in the bottom of the fourth tied the game at 1-1 and center fielder Nicky Burns game saving catch kept the scored tied and set up the thrilling finish for Biordi.

Frankie Biordi was perfect in his three innings of work for Biordi, striking out seven while walking just one batter to keep Headlines big bats in check. Equally as impressive was Gussak who earned the win by striking out five batters of his own in relief.

Biordi Construction 11 vs. K of C Joyce Kilmer 6

Biordi Construction made it two in a row with an 11-6 win over K of C Joyce Kilmer. The Biordi bats were booming led by Sam Gussak (5-for-5, 5 RBIs), Anthony Scianna (3-for-5, 3 RB's), Thomas Karcinski (2-for-2, double and an RBI), Sam Rowen (2-for-3, 2 RBIs) Nicky Maccia (2-for-4, 4 RBIs), Leo Gussak (2-for 4, 3 RBIs) and Matt Goldfine (2-for-2, 3 runs and 2 RBIs).

K of C Joyce Kilmer was led by Jonathan Benussi (3-for-3), Ben Siegel (2-for-3) and Brian Wren (2-for-2).

Biordi’s Nicky Burns got the win on the mound striking out eight batters while S. Gussak and Goldfine combined for the save.

Bayside Milk Farm 8 vs. Bourbon Street 7

The Bayside Milk Farm Cowboys held off a game Bourbon Street squad with a come-from-behind 8-7 win. The Cowboys were led by Nick DelGaudio’s bases-clearing triple led the comeback with two outs and the bases loaded in the final inning.

Pitchers Justis Bosco and Vincent Diasparra were able to keep Bourbon Streets bats

in check combining for six strong innings of work for the victory. Bourbon Street was led by the hitting prowess of Joe Vitti who belted a towering home run to center field and finished the game with 4 RBIs.

Hatton Funeral Home 6 vs. Clearview Paint 4

John Sudolsky’s pitching and Steven Arroyo's defense led the charge for Hatton Funeral Home in their 6-4 win over Clearview Paint. Patrick Rifino and Kenny Marzocco combined to play great defense for Clearview Paint in defeat, helping to record eight put outs in a superbly played game.

Hatton Funeral Home 7 vs. Fader Law 3

Joe Jensen and Robert Goger supplied great run production in a well played win resulting in a 7-3 final against Fader Law. Fader Law was led by Eric Marinconz and Nicholas Manetta who both performed admirably at bat and in the field to keep the game close.

North Shore Baptist 5 vs. Hatton Funeral Home 1

A great pitching duel between Adam Huer and Chris Lundgren resulted in a well played 5-1 contest as North Shore Baptist held off Hatton Funeral Home. North Shore was led by the pitching of Huer and the offense of Parker Moore (2 RBIs) while Lundgren’s mound presence and Matt Ng scored the lone run and played great defense for Hatton.

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