As has been the case all season, the boys turned in...
The Our Lady of the Snows Cadet boys baseball team capped off an undefeated season by defeating Mt. Carmel to win the Brooklyn/Queens Diocesan Championship, 7-4 Sunday at Monsignor McClancy High School.
As has been the case all season, the boys turned in a strong all-around performance with contributions from all 13 players.
Frank Sadicario went the distance for Snows, allowing four runs on nine hits while striking out 11. He also added three hits, including a solo home run with 2 RBIs.
Jason Sophie started at short and had an RBI-single in the second. Jeremy Hausdorf continued his strong play at first and had a walk and stolen base.
Chris Viso was the starting centerfielder and had two singles. Kevin Salcedo, playing his last game before moving to Florida, started at catcher and had two singles and an RBI.
Rightfielder Anthony Langone singled and scored in the third inning and leftfielder Ray Potestio singled to drive in a run.
Second baseman Brian Biscotti walked three times and stole three bases with a run scored.
Brian Kelleher started at EH before moving to left and scored two runs. Anthony Meo opened the game at third and had two assists and scored a run. Joey Caraballo played the second half of the game at third and had an assist and putout. Jonathan Dupuy went to rightfield and walked in his only at-bat and team captain Anthony Kelly finished the game as EH for Snows.
St. Kevins 13, Holy Trinity 4. St. Kevins scored five runs in the second, sparked by a bases-clearing triple by Mark Buccelato (five RBIs) as the Flushing school coasted to its first-ever Intermediate crown from there.
John Apostolato and Mark Sheppard held Fresh Meadows-based Holy Family to four hits.
Our Lady of Hope 3, Queen of Peace 2. Matt Evangelista provided the dramatics for Our Lady of Hope with a two-out single to right-center field to score Justin Tableman, who led off with a single and advanced to second on a ground out.
Tom Cloonen went 4.1 solid innings in relief to get the win for Our Lady of Hope, which won its second diocesan title.
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