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Bayside Little League: Chiodi’s single lifts Covanta over Mattone

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Covanta Energy defeated Mattone's Real Estate, 8-7, in a barn burner in the Bayside Little League Minor Division at Fort Totten last Thursday. Covanta rallied from a 5-0 deficit after four innings to take a one-run lead going into the sixth inning when Zach Baas scored the game-winning run on Anthony Chiodi's single. Daniel Griffin started two rallies during the game and shared the game ball along with Chiodi with 2 RBIs, two runs scored and stellar middle relief.

Trevor Tesoriero belted a controversial triple that scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth to put Covanta ahead.

Officefurniture.net 10, Duce Construction 2. Outstanding pitching by James Callahan, Anthony Tersigni and Mahmoud Abdelrahman and terrific hitting by Stephen Tsamblakos, Christopher Matiatos, Sean Cunningham and Nick Stamoulis led Officefurniture.net, which improved to 5-0.

Officefurniture.net 8, JAD Corp 4. Officefurniture.net was led by catcher Robert Linnermann, excellent batting by Stephen Tsamblakos, Austin Lee, Anthony Tersigni and Nick Stamoulis, solid pitching by Seanie Cunningham and stellar defense by James Callahan, who turned a game-saving double play.

Major Division

Pilling Real Estate defeated Bayside Salumeria, 15-3, to improv to 5-1 on the season. Excellent pitching was provided by Hector Gonzalez, who tossed five strong innings and Danny Mirbach, who pitched a scoreless final inning. Dylan Chateau hit his first home run of the season. Liam Higgins added two doubles and a single.

Mike Sullivan sparkled defensively, while Bayside Salumeria had a fine pitching effort by Billy Gluck.

Texas Farm Division

Against red-hot RDS Industries, Turano Contracting was led by the power hitting of Max Mastrototaro, who was 3-for-3 with two doubles, a single and five RBIs in a game played April 23.

It was the first of three meetings during the regular season.

The Turano Contracting defense was led by the slick fielding and heads up play of Ryan Lau. With the bases loaded and one out in the third inning, Ryan came in from left field on a short fly to make an amazing shoestring catch and then alertly chased down the runner at second applying the tag in time to earn an unassisted double play.

Updated 6:57 pm, October 10, 2011
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