Ridgewood Savings 7, Walsh-LaBella 0. Chris Sammarco had three hits and three RBIs and a solid game at backstop for the Bankers. John Calchis sac fly in the fourth plated Sal Giacomazza (double, two singles). Mike Romano tripled with the bases loaded in the top of the sixth inning (three RBIs) to provide the offence.
Jarod Macchirole sparkled again on the mound for Ridgewood Savings. He allowed only two hits in six innings and struck out 16 batters and issued only one base on balls for his second consecutive shut out.
Walsh Labella 7, Schwille 3. Walsh Labella improved to 10-0 last week with wins over Schwille and Cutrones Lawmen. Walsh Labella beat Schwille 7-3 on great pitching from Domenica Marsala, two singles and two runs by Ray Ortega and a big double from Dominick Perrazzo. John Hart walked and scored, Zachary Elbeyali singled and scored and Michael Guerri walked twice and scored.
Walsh Labella 8 , Cutrones Lawmen 2. Walsh Labella made it 10 for 10 with an 8-2 win over Cutrones Lawmen, which featured Danny Plonski and Nick Perrazzo both reaching base twice and scoring, Joe Monahan going 3-for-3, Danny Gurba smacking a doubleand Brandon Pabon walking and scoring. Nick Mulero put the game away with a double off the fence and Richie Arslan also picked up an RBI.
Schawaroch Chapels vs. Middle Village Republican Club. On a beautiful day at Seither Stadium, two talented teams faced off for second place. Schwaroch Chapels had their ace Dana Ferran pitching and Middle Village Republican Club had their ace Meghan Duelka on the mound. Both pitchers battled in a tough game. M.V.R.C. scored three runs in the top of the second, but that wouldnt last for long. Schwaroch would battle right back with four runs of their own in the bottom half of the inning. The lead would change six times during the course of the game.
Schwaroch Chapels has a bunch of talented girls on their team. Kristen Iorio had a hit and scored twice, Amanda Rondinelli had two hits and scored a run, Meghan Duelka scored three runs, Mary Herron had two hits and three RBIs, Elizabeth Kaltschitz had a key walk in the sixth inning and Christine Settineri had a double, driving in two.
Just when Schwarochs started their own rally, with runners on first and second and no outs, Jennifer Synder made a great catch and turned it into a double play to end the rally. It was a game-saving play.
Glendale Diner Devils 6, Schawaroch Chapels 5. On a beautiful spring night at RGMVM Seither Stadium, the Glendale Diner Devils faced off against their old rivals Schawaroch Chapels. This would be a battle of young windmill pitchers, Sam Stallone for the Devils and Schawarochs ace Dayna Ferran. Both pitchers battled through in a tough game. Schawaroch jumped ahead 5-1 on some timely hitting and great defense from shortstop Jenn Conlin and second baseman Alexandra DeMarco. But the Diner Devils would get the engine jump-started in the bottom of the fifth, as Krystil Hofmann smacked a line drive deep into center field for a triple that ignited a rally. Lucia Cappuccio and Sam Stallone walked, Melissa Endres kept up her hard hitting, driving them all in with a double.
Christina Auriammo would drive in a key run and set the table for the go-ahead run that would be driven in by Elaina. Elaina comes ready play every game and always gives it her all. Not to be lost in this game was a great defensive play in left field by Christina Auriammo, who gunned down a runner going to third to disrupt a rally. That was all that young windmill pitcher Sam Stallone would need to close it out in the sixth.
Congratulations to the Glendale Diner Devils for clinching first place for the second year in a row. The Devils end the season with an impressive 10-2 record.
C.M.R.R.C. 21, Greater Rdg. Youth Council 3. It wasnt only hot outside, but the defense was hot and the bats of C.M.R.R.C were on fire with Grace Kahl and Leyna Florio going 4-for-4, Michele Parisen 3-for-3, Mary Kate McGovern and Samantha Santora 2-for-2, Samantha Shanley 2-for-4 The hit of the day came from Christine Flores with a grand slam home run. Also keeping the ball down in the outfield was Kaithlyn Onorato and Jessica Arango.
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