Bayside L.L.: Underweiser tops Fader in battle of firms

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Texas Division

Underweiser Law 6, Fader Law 1. In the battle of the law sponsors, Fader’s offense stalled again, but the defense kept the opposition in single digits for the first time. Arthur Panoyan showed continued improvement and should have a breakout game very soon. Eric Marinconz had his second three-hit game and scored his team’s only run. Fader’s manager still has high hopes for his kids and believes they will be a contender by season’s end.

Biordi Construction 6, Hot Bagels & Bake 4. Frankie Biordi hit a two-run homer and struck out the side with the bases loaded in the fourth inning to preserve a 6-4 win for Biordi Construction over Hot Bagels & Bake. Leo Gussak and twin-brother Sam (three strong innings on the mound) had two hits each as key contributors to Biordi's win. Hot Bagels & Bake were led by Derek Errigo who pitched three scoreless innings and added a home run and Yoav Katz who provided an offensive spark with a homer of his own to cap a four-run second inning.

Prava Construction 16, Burton & Doyle 15. Joey Ruocco hit a three-run homer and Joe Pravata slammed a two out, bases loaded double in the last inning to lead Prava Construction in a stirring come from behind win, 16-15 over a game Burton & Doyle team. Burton & Doyle was led by Terrance Manfredonia who hit two triples and struck out four.

Hatton’s Funeral Home 7, Underweiser Law 1. Chris Lundgren had two home runs and three RBIs and Alex Fable hit a grand slam to pace Hatton Funeral Home to a 7-1 victory. Daniel Randell and Zachery Haskowitz had key hits and great defense plays to lead Underweiser Law.

Knights of Columbus vs. Prava Construction. John Benussi pitched three shutout innings in winning his first game of the season and Matt Casbarro led the offense with three hits while catching the entire game behind the plate for Knights of Columbus.

Bourbon Street 10, Clearview Paint 9. Clearview held an early three-run lead thanks to three strong innings pitched by Danny Costa and some timely fielding gems by first baseman Danny Wagner. Both Dannys also added some offensive firepower, including a two-run homer by Danny Costa and a double and single by Danny Wagner. Kenny Marzocco, who played third, and Michael Laucella, in left for Clearview, each reached base three times and kept a late-inning rally alive by working out key walks.

PeeWee Division

Unique Finishes vs Joe Bad. Alexandra Weyl smacked two extra base hits and was stellar in the field and Alex Weiner pitched in with an all-around good game and two big hits.

Unique Finishes vs. Depot Furniture. Thomas O’Brien made some solid defensive plays and had a bases-clearing hit Dylan Laube had three run-scoring hits and good glove work in the field

Mittman’s Medics vs. A.S.K. Contractors. Keith Baron of Mittman’s Medics hit well in all three bats. In the field, Matthew Haffner stayed focused and played well in the outfield. For A.S.K. Construction, Maggie Cash earned the game ball with four great fielding plays and a solid bat. Christopher Wren was outstanding at the plate, hitting solid shots to the outfield each time he batted.

Mensch Lumber vs. Mardene Construction. Penny Haskowitz turned in a fine all-around game for Mensch Lumber, while Jared Milano contributed a few timley hits. Sal Salamaore and Anthony DiPasquale had three big hits each for Mardene Construction.

A&A Plumbing vs. York Electric. Everyone on York Electric turned in a great game and Thomas Nacinovich was outstanding for A&A Plumbing.

Mario’s Vinotheoque vs. York Electric. York Electric turned in a fine game in this super Pee Wee slugfest. Sean Feehan and Dylan Chatteau cranked tape-measure extra base hits for Mario’s Vinotheque.

Major Division

Murphy's Florist 5, Biordi Construction 4. Though Biordi came up short by one run again, Their players went all the way against a strong Murphy's team. Biordi's Spiro Cominos drilled a two-run homer over the right field fence, Roger Pfeffer doubled to continue his hitting streak, and George Rowen provided the vacuum defense at second base.

Bayside Plumbing 11, Stabile and Stabile CPAs 4. Anthony Ippolito hit a double with bases loaded, driving in three runs and teammate Angelo Castanos went 3-for-4 with three RBIs to power Bayside Plumbing over a strong Stabile team. David Pereira went the distance on the mound for the Plumbers, scattering five hits over six innings. For Stabile, Robert Larusso made three put-outs at home plate and threw out a runner at second base to end the fifth inning. Larusso also stole home to help start a rally for the CPAs.

Applebee’s of Bayside 4, Biordi Construction 3. Applebee’s’ Tim Doepfner and Biordi’s Spiro Caminos hooked up in a great pitching duel with Tim Doepfner grabbing the win. Applebee’s was led by Chris Hamm’s hitting and some nice fielding by Kevin Holtz. Biordi’s Spiro Cominos had 12 strike-outs and a solo home run over the center-field fence. George Rowen drove in a run with a double and Mike Biordi fielded well at third base.

Bayside Plumbing 3, Murphy’s Florist 1. Sal Rongo pitched a four-hit complete game with 11 strike-outs and no walks for the Plumbers of Bayside. Vin Virgintino went 2-for-4 with two stolen bases for the Plumbers. Plumbing’s Angelo Castanos put in six innings as backstop and went 2-for-3 with the bat. Murphy’s Steve Buccellato drove a solo home run out of the park in the fourth and Joe Lynch pitched a strong fou innings, keeping the pressure on for the entire game.

Lloyd’s Funeral Home 15, F. Nicholson Law 0. Powered by the bat of Sun Ho Kim, who hit a home run, and the pitching of Michael Canfarotta and Nicky Ryan, it was Lloyd’s over the F. Nicholson team.

Murphy’s Florist 10, Lloyd’s Funeral Home 3. Murphy’s Florist team was able to capitalize on early errors by the Lloyd’s Nine and whenever Lloyd’s would threaten in the later innings, the Florists were able to execute in the field and extinguish any rally.

Minor Division

Printing X-Press 11, Bell Bay Florist 10. Mike Valente tossed a complete game with eight strikouts for the X-Press. Chris Goger three RBIs, two stolen bases and some super defensive plays by John Wynne insured a victory for the X-Press. For Bell Bay, Rob Solario, had three hits and Kieran Mahoney had a good defensive game.

Mardene Construction 10, V.I. Pizza 9. Mardene overcame a 9-3 deficit behind the strong relief pitching of Joe Marden, who pitched three shutout inning and added two hits. Tom Cheesman had three hits and Mille Burns had the game-winning hit for Mardene. Charles Lombart and Sean Marises had two hits each for V.I. Pizza.

Mardene Construction 7, Iannece 2001 5. Rob Renzi picked up his first win of the year, pitching three perfect innings. Joe Marden had a home run and three RBIs. Joey Storment had two hits and three stolen bases for Marden. Andrew Haverlin and Chris Kelly were the hitting stars for Iannece.

Starlight Caterers 19, Centa Plumbing 16. With Jesse McGrade leading the way by going 3-for-3 with a home run and Zach Gitto going 2-for-3 with four RBIs, Starlight Caterers was able to hold off Centa Plumbing for a hard-fought victory. Zach Caccavale turned in a fine defensive play for Centa Plumbing.

Valle Tile 8, Centa Plumbing 3. For Valle Tile, Brian Rafferty had the big triple to start the rally, Matthew Valle had a homer and Michael Keen had two doubles. For Centa Plumbing, Daniel Maher got on base twice and Zack Caccavale had three stolen bases.

Major Homes 15, James Engravers 10. For Major Homes, Derek Lamacchia was 3-for-3 with two home runs and a double, knocking in six RBIs. George Theodoropoulos had two big hits, bringing in two runs. For James Engravers, Mike Lee had three hits and a couple of RBIs.

James Engravers 5, Bell Bay Florist 2. For James Engravers, second baseman Matthew Diaz made some key plays to close fourth and fifth innings and threw a batter out at first in sixth inning. Max Fernandes caught a high pop fly in right field to hold runners at first and third in fifth inning and had a double in sixth inning to bring a runner in. Michael McManus pitched six strong innings with 11 strikeouts and had an RBI-double in the first. For Bell Bay, Brian Kisi threw two strong innings and hit a single in bottom of sixth inning to drive runner in. Max Salat was fine all-around.

James Engravers 11, Iannece 2001 7. For James Engravers, Marcos Tamares smacked a home run to bring in three runs to start the first inning. Christopher Garthright added two doubles and four stolen bases on the day and a solid infield performance, while Cal Sternick pitched six innings of one-hit ball, striking out 16. For Iannece 2001, Sabastian Popalowski provided some great fielding at second and third base, while Leo Ninn was also solid in the field.

Charlie’s Market 14, Sgt. Wickers 4. Charlie's Market pounded out 12 hits enroute to a 14-4 victory over Sgt. Wickers. Charlie’s Market was led by Eli Hampton and Scott Roth, who each had two hits. Michael Badala had two hits for Sgt. Wickers.

Charlie's Market 13, Peter Pan Games 11. Charlie’s Market was led by the complete-game effort of David Pelton. John Tatti had three hits and Brendan Daly had a home run for Charlie’s Market. Jameson Bosco had three hits, including two triples, for Peter Pan Games.

Texas Farm Division

Padavan’s Paragons were a model of excellence again. Providing the offense for the Paragons was Matthew Correale (4-for-4, with a double and three singles) and Anthony Palermo (4-for-4, with a home run and three singles). Danny Finn and William Holden flashed some leather with their fine fielding plays. Trevor Wilson’s lightning speed on the base paths was outstanding.

Posted 7:06 pm, October 10, 2011
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