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St. Andrew’s sixth-graders best St. Robert’s, 16-11

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The St. Andrew’s bats were alive last week at Cunningham 4, as St. Andrew’s grabbed an early 8-3 lead through two innings. Hits by Daniel Capeau, John McEntee, Evan Shin and Charlie Acquista, as well as walks by Sean McEnerney, Matt Galizia, Jimmy Cecco and Arton Hilati led to Andrew’s early success.

Daniel Capeau had unique success as he went 3-for-3, including a second-inning grand slam, a triple and a walk. Michael LoPresti (1-for-3) drove in two, John McEntee (2-for-4) had three RBIs, Sean McEnerney (l-for-2, two walks) had one RBI, Emilia Benittz (2-for-4) drove in one, Arton Hilati (1-for-3) had one RBI, Evan Shin (1-for-2) drove in two and Daniel Capeau had five RBIs.

John McEntee pitched five tough innings for Big Green, allowing three walks and eight hits while striking out nine Robert’s batters. Sean McEnerney closed for Andrew’s, striking out three while allowing five hits and no walks. McEntee reached 52 strikeouts for the season in 26 innings over six games. McEnerney has done as well with 20Ks over 11 innings.

Posted 7:04 pm, October 10, 2011
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