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Our Lady of Snows advances to B/Q Diocesan title game

As has been the case all season the boys played a solid all around game with...

After finishing the season undefeated and in first place, the Our Lady of the Snows cadet boys’ baseball team opened the playoffs against St Cecelia’s at Juniper Park.

As has been the case all season the boys played a solid all around game with contributions from everyone and beat a determined St. Cecelia’s 7-0 to move on to the Brooklyn Queens Diocesan Championship game Saturday at McClancy High School.

Frank Sadicario, the ace of the pitching staff, went the distance for Snows. It was the first complete game shutout of the year for Frank as he allowed three hits while striking out 10.

Frank also helped his own cause by singling and scoring twice. Brian Kellher singled and scored in the first inning as Snows jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead. Chris Viso drove in two runs in the first with a single up the middle and made outstanding catches in centerfield.

Jay Hausdorf singled in a run in the fifth inning while playing with a sore elbow after being hit by a pitch in the third inning.

Ray Potestio drew two walks and scored a run, Brian Biscotti walked and had two assists at second base, Anthony Meo displayed some daring base running in the second inning which allowed him to score and increase Snows lead to 4-0.

Anthony Kelly had a walk and Joey Caraballo had a big assist while playing third in the sixth inning.

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