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Joseph Leuthner had a pair of big hits and threw out a runner on an attempted steal to lead Mattone to victory against Sac’s Place in a Bayside Little League Minor Division game this weekend.
Nicholas Theocharidis also had two hits and gunned down a runner trying to steal third. George Kitsios had a double for Sac’s and squashed a Mattone rally by throwing out a runner attempting to steal second.
Pilling Real Estate 10, JAD Corp. 3. Dylan Chateau pitched a strong game and hit his third home run of the season to lead Pilling (9-1) to victory. Anthony Albasini had a great day at the plate with three hits. Defense was provided by Alex Centrone, Mike Sullivan, Nick Powell, Pat Brown, and Frank Fata. Hector Gonzalez and Liam Higgins’ pitching held JAD in check to end the game.
Jackson Hole 7, Duce Construction 5. Led by five solid innings of pitching by Urgen Sherpa, Jackson Hole notched its first victory of the season. John Paul Pucci closed the game, squelching a sixth-inning rally by Duce, led by Rory McCreesh Jr. and Nico Antonucci. Timely hitting and fine defense by Chris Barrett and Andrew Ljubicich contributed to the victory.
Officefurniture.net 7, Precision Auto 4. Excellent pitching by Sean Cunningham, terrific performance at bat by Anthony Tersigini, James Callahan and Nick Stamoulis and awesome fielding by Robert Linnerman and Austin Lee led Officefurniture.net.
Officefurniture.net 15, Douglaston Development 6. Anthony Tersigni and Sean Cunningham were solid on the mound, the whole team contributed offensively and James Callahan, Nick Stamoulis and Robert Linnerman made terrific defensive plays.
Texas Farm Division
DK Drilling vs. Pee Wee Folks Pre School. Johnny Kosnar had a couple of hits and ran down some balls in the outfield for DK while Tino D’Orta and Nicholas Passalacqua powered Pee Wee folks with two hits each in a game played at Holy Cross HS. Nikolas Rodriguez and George Papazahariou received game balls for Pee Wee Folks for their work at the plate and in the field.
Turano Contracting vs. Lee Miles Hollis. In the first meeting between the teams Sunday, defense was the name of the game. In the second inning, second baseman Nicholas Sanso and third baseman Max Mastrototaro each handled tough hops to force runners and end a threat by Lee Miles.
In the third inning, second baseman Matthew Curcio did the same with a nice backhander on a short hop to get a force at second. The play of the inning was made by first baseman Tyler Hartman when he went to his right to snare a rocket and get an unassisted put out at first.
On the very next pitch he made an almost identical play and recorded another unassisted put out for the third out of the inning. In the final inning, third baseman Theo Pigis made the play of the game for Turano Contracting by ranging back and making a spectacular over the shoulder catch and doubling up the runner at first to end the inning and keep Turano in the game.
FY Lifestyle 12, Bonnie Brite Cleaners 7. FY Lifestyles jumped out to an early 5-0 lead behind the excellent pitching of Andrew DiPerri and Rudy Lopez. Bonnie Brite then rallied to take a 6-5 lead. FY Lifestyle regained the lead in the bottom of the fourth inning after a mammoth two-run home run by Daniel Alfonso, only to see Bonnie Brite scratch out another run to tie the game at 7 in the top of the fifth inning.
In the bottom of the fifth, Chandler Lee walked and eventually scored the winning run as his brother, Jeffery Lee, stroked a RBI single that started a five-run rally for FY Lifestyle. Thomas Cercena came on in relief and preserved the win. Both teams deserve a round of applause for playing an exciting game, not giving up when their team was down and continuing to focus on the fundamentals they learned in practice.
Olympians 5, Prava Stone 2. Lucas Garces opened the game with three strikeouts and Thomas Fennell followed suit striking out two Prava hitters, while driving home two runs at the plate. Yanni Orfanidis struck out the side three consecutive times and drove in one run. Max Fevola and Jade Tse each drove in a run.
Prava had heros of their own. Edsel who got the first hit and later drove in a run, while Mark got the second run against Olympians.
Novius Group 11, Dolce Day Spa 7. Dolce Day Spa’s Louis Nicolosi went 3-for-4 with a homer that got Novius Group’s attention. Novius Group’s Max Brandel walked three times and Kyle Brehm had a pair of walks. John Tsamplakos’s great fielding kept Novius Group in the lead.
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