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Assemblyman Cohen’s Mets show off offense

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Instructional Division

Assemblyman Mike Cohen’s Mets — The Amazin’ Mets playing an exciting game against the Dodgers on a summer-like spring night at RGMVM. The Mets were firing on all cylinders in this one. The Mets’ infield defense once again was dazzling. Rick Fleri made several flashy plays on the infield, Robbie Hofmann turned a slick double play on a line drive and Brett Buser turned in some smooth plays around at first. The Mets’ bats were also smoking, as Jonathan Murphy smacked a booming double into the right field gap. Matt Fox also doubled on a majestic drive into the gap in left-center. Rookie sensation Jayson Schneller was 2-for-3 and a terror on the base paths. Game balls were awarded to Vincent Difinzio (3-for-3) and Nicky Caruana (2-for-2). Both veteran players have really improved over the winter. Expect more great things from the Mets in 2002.

Major Division

Ridgewood Savings 19, Glendale Kiwanis 6. Ben Gerace had four hits in five at bats (two RBIs). Matthew Pietrazak was 2-for-3 (three RBIs). Lee Seda’s hot bat produced a single, double and a triple with three RBIs and Mike Romano was 4-for-4 (two RBIs). The Ridgewood Savings Bankers deposited 15 hits to improve their season’s record to 3-1, good for second in the National Division in the Major Division. The Glendale Kiwanis hot hitters were William Niedialek 2-for-3 (single, double), Steve Pellegrino 1-for-3 (single), Brian Fischer (single), Steven Borst (single), Robert Brosius (double) and Thomas Gurba (double).

Sarabella’s Restaurant — Patrick Santoro of Sarabella’s of Forest Hills Restaurant pitched a no-hitter against Glendale Lumber. Pat had 14 strikeouts while going the distance. Pat also hit is first home of the season this week. Congratulations Pat on a great pitching performance

Girls Major Softball Division

Glendale Diner 22, Greater Ridgewood Youth Council 6. The Glendale Diner Devils came out on fire on Monday night. Their scorching performance was driven by an all-out offensive attack. Just about everyone joined in the attack for the Devils. The heavy hitting for the Devils came from Stephanie Armiola, who was (3-for- 3, four RBIs ), Melissa Endres ( 2-for-2, four RBIs), Susan Conte (1-for-2, two RBIs) and Sam Stallone (2-for-2, two RBIs). Once again it was another great pitching performance for young windmill pitcher Sam Stallone, as she combined with Jesse Graf to pitch a no-hitter for the Devils’ strong pitching rotation.

Glendale Diner 8, Middle Village Republican Club 7. The Glendale Diner Devils faced off against Middle Village Republican Club in a hard fought battle. This is a game that was a real nail-bitter and would eventually go down to the game’s final pitch. Lucia Cappuccino again provided the heavy hitting for the Devils, driving in three runs with a double in the first. The Devils got another awesome pitching performance from their young fireballer, Krystil Hofmann. Krystil was dominant, throwing her first no-hitter and recording 11 strikeouts. Jesse Graf came in with bases loaded and got a key strike out to end a rally in the fifth. Jesse is slowly becoming the late innings’ closer for the Devils, throwing smoke under pressure. However, this game would come down to the wire. The Devils’ rookie brigade (Lauren Femia, Kaitlin Kehoe, Sabrina Piazza) would all walk to load the bases and set the table. Up stepped the tired warrior, Krystil Hofmann, who would not be denied at the plate. She drove a line drive into left field and Lauren dashed home with another hard-fought Devil victory, 8-7. Expect more great things from the Glendale Diner Devils.

RGMVM League News

Managers please remember the monthly meetings the third Tuesday of the month. The meetings are held at the clubhouse and start following the regularly scheduled day’s game. Managers are to e-mail their write-ups in to rgmvmll@mail.com. They can also be dropped off at the field. All-star picks are due in no later then May 10. Failure to comply will result in your player’s name being left off the program. Ask your Division head for details. Please encourage participation for the Edward Moser Memorial Day Tournament. All parents are reminded to sign up and complete the mandatory three-hour work detail Failure to sign up and complete the work detail will result in a $50 charge. Managers are also responsible to check with their division heads on make up dates for any rain outs. All managers are to report any lost or broken equipment to Jeff Catalano. Do not wait till the end of the season. All Managers are expected to turn in their equipment exactly how they received it.

Posted 7:03 pm, October 10, 2011
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