DE Legion Baseball

Weekly Game Recaps:

Week #
June  - July 1
Delaware American Legion Baseball
 2010 Team Standings
reported games thru 7/1
(Division win/loss, league win/loss.)
R.C. Dupont Post 18 (4-2, 7-7)
Durney Post 27 (3-2, 7-6)
Delaware Post 1 (3-2, 6-7)
Delvets (1-5, 6-10)

Middletown Post 25 (5-2, 10-2)
Stahl Post 30 (4-2, 10-5)
VFW Post 3420 (3-3, 7-7)*
Post 10 Newark (0-5, 3-8)

Fox Post 2 (6-0, 14-0)
SE Post 28 Warriors (4-3, 6-9)
SW Post 6 Patriots (3-2, 6-9)*
Spooner Post 17 (1-5, 3-11)*
Milford Post 3 (0-4, 4-8)*
(Division win/loss, league win/loss.
Teams are sorted by Division win/loss. A link to the overall point standings is below)

Thursday 7/01

Sussex West Post 6 Patriots - 5, Lewes Post 17 - 4: The Sussex West Patriots scored one run in the bottom of the 3, 4, 5, and 6th innings, to finally eke out a win over the scrappy Lewes Post 17 team Thursday night.

Lewes jumped out to an early 1 run lead, then added 2 in the 2nd and another in the 3rd to take a 4-2 lead. But the Patriots chipped away, tying the game in the 5th and taking the lead in the 6th on a series of singles and good base running by Paul Elliot, who scored what turned out to be the winning run with 2 outs. The Pats loaded the bases, but a long fly ball to right was caught, ending the threat.

Earlier in the game, Designated Hitter Tyler Troyer doubled, then scored on Justin Allen's Triple to right. Allen scored on Kagan Yossick's ground out to first. Troyer hit another double and scored in the third before coming out in a pitching change.

VFW 3420 Christiana -  8, P ost 25 Middletown Firehawks - 3:  VFW jumped out to a quick three-run lead in the first inning, and maintained the lead for the remainder of the game.  A great pitching effort by Jamie Tremel held Post 25’s strong offense to five hits and three runs, and he struck out 10 batters.  Tremel also hit three doubles for VFW, went 4 for 4, and knocked in three runs.  Ryan Haas hit two doubles for Post 25 and scored twice.
2B:  Haas-2 (P25), Yermal (P25), Tremel-3 (VFW), Green (VFW)

Fox Post 2 - 10, Sussex East Post 28 Warriors - 0: Fox Post Two scored 8 runs in the bottom of the first inning to take the lead for good. They scored the 8 runs on 7 hits, with Zach Mawson having 2 hits, Bryce Morrow Triple, 2 rbi's and Aaron Queen 2 rbi's for Fox Post.

For the game Matt McClain pitched a 5 hit shutout with 7 k's. Zach Mawson had 3 hits, Aaron Queen 2 hits (triple), and Tommy Dill also had a triple for Fox Post.  Kevin Guthrie  had two hits, including a triple for Post 28.

Durney Post 27 - 12, R.C. DuPont Post 18 - 4: Tiberi gets the win Magee takes the loss for R.C.

Stahl Post 30 - 5, DE Post 1 - 3 (8): Stahl scored 2 runs in the top of the 8th on a tie game continued from earlier in the month. Post 1 couldn't answer and Stahl gets the 8 inning win. 

Sussex East Post 28 Warriors - 7, Post 3 Milford Red Sox - 6:

Tuesday 6/29

DE Post 1 - 7, Delvets Post 1 - 3: Tom Crist went 2 for 2 with a triple and an RBI.  Rob Jones was 2 for 3 with 2 RBI’s. Al Mersman had 3 stolen bases and scored twice, he went 1 for 3.

VFW 3420 - 3, Post 10 Newark - 2:
Dylan Oakes pitched a complete game striking out 10 and giving up 3 hits.
Matt Aleman, and Jamie Treml each hit solo homeruns for VFW.
Eric Gardner, and Tom Wise had solo homeruns for Post 10.

Post 25 Middletown - 5, R.C. DuPont Post 18 - 0: The lefties ruled for Post 25 as LHP Ryan Haas tossed a two-hit shutout, striking out 8 batters, and homered in the second inning. Lefty catcher Mike Mycek made a difficult, crowd-cheering fly ball catch at the backstop in the fourth inning, and left-handed right fielder Charles Brodowski ended the game with an awesome diving catch into foul territory. Kip Skibicki and Steve Morente both singled for RC.

Fox Post 2 - 6, Spooner Lewes Post 17 - 0:  Tommy Dill pitched a 2 hitter to win the game.  Zach Malson Doubled and scored 2 Runs, Steve Barr hit 2 Singles and scored, 2 Runs  Tyler Walls hit 2 Singles.

Monday's Game was rained out.

Sunday 6/27:

R.C. Dupont Post 18 - 11, Durney Post 27 - 9:  R.C. Dupont takes the win at home as Nolan Magee goes the distance for the win.  Greg Rostick bats 2 for 3 with a 3 run homerun and 4 rbis his 3rd homerun of the season

Lewes Spooner Post 17 at Middletown Post 25 Firehawks:
Game 1: Post 25 - 18, Post 17 - 2 (5): Post 17 jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the third inning, and added a run in the fourth. Post 25’s bats lit up to take the lead, which they maintained to win the game behind a strong pitching effort by Elliott Gardner. 3B: Davis (P17) 2B: Alexander (P25), Kuhl (P25), Yermal (P25), Reed (P17)

Game 2: Post 25 - 19, Post 17 - 1: Post 25’s offense was on-target throughout the game, garnering the second win of the day against Post 17.  Shawn Davis went 2 for 3 for Post 17, and hit a double.  Jeff Yermal was 3 for 3 for Post 25 and knocked in two RBI’s.  Brad Alexander had a solid outing on the mound for Post 25, allowing only four hits on the day and one run. 2B: Kuhl (P25), Haas (P25), Beal (P25), Davis (P17), Reed (P17)

Milford Post 3 Redsox at Stahl Post 30
Game 1
Stahl Post 30 7    Milford 0 
Game 2
Stahl Post 30 6    Milford 3

Saturday 6/26

Sussex West Post 6 Patriots at VFW 3420:
Game 1: VFW 3420 - 8, Post 6 - 0: Jamie Treml pitched a complete game shutout striking out 17 and only giving up 1 hit. Matt Aleman was 2 for 4 with 3 rbi's and scored twice, and Demetrius Morris was 2 for 4 with a homerun and 3 rbi's.Paul Elliott was 1 for 3 for Post 6. 2B: VFW, Aleman, HR: VFW, Morris

Game 2: VFW 3420 - 15, Post 6 - 5:
Dennis Masser got the win in relief after Ben Wise pitched 4 strong innings, striking out 5. Patriots. Dylan Oakes was 2 for 4 with a homerun and 2 rbi's and scored 3 times .  Matt Aleman was 3 for 4 with 3 rbi's, Mark Young was 2 for 4 with 3 rbi's, and Jamie Treml was 2 for 3 and scored 3 runs.For Post 6, Tyler Troyer was 3 for 3 with a double, 2 runs scored and 2 rbi's for Post 6.
2B: Post 6, T. Troyer, VFW: Aleman, HR: VFW, Oakes

Durney Post 27 - 6, R.C. Dupot - 5 (9):
RC Dupont aviators came back in the top half of the seventh inning to tie the game on a misplayed doubleby Zack Lopes who had 3 hits and four rbi's for the day. Ty Hawthorne pitched 8 strong innings giving up only 3 earned runs and striking out seven while walking one. He hit a two run homer in the fourth inning

Dan Tiberi closed out the ninth which ended up giving him the win. In the bottom half of the ninth Kyle Maloney led off with a stand up double and scored the winning run on a Airiane Shankaras walk off 2 bagger.

Post 10 Newark at Fox Post 2:
Game 1: Fox Post 2 - 4, Post 10 - 3:
Fox post scored two runs in the bottom of the first to take a 2 run lead. Danny Gatto and Kevin O'Shea singled in a run each for Fox Post .

In the top of the second inning Post Ten took the lead with 3 runs and Zach Candeloro tied the game in the bottom of the 4th with a triple for Fox.. 

With one out in the bottom of the 7th Zach Mawson had a single and than stolen second base. Aaron Queen followed with a single to put runners on first and second.  Gary Jones knock in the winning run with a single.  Winning pitcher Danny Gatto had 4K's.

Game 2: Fox Post 2 - 9, Post 10 - 0: Matt McClain pitched a shutout in game two for Fox Post. He gave up 3 hits and had 7K's.  Kevin O'Shea had two hits, double and 2 rbi's, Tommy Dill 3 hits, rbi's and Gary Jones scored 3 runs to lead Fox Post to the win.

Post 1 - 13, Delvets Post 1 - 6:

Del Vets: Andrew Jones walked twice and scored both times. Del Vets scored 5 x on 6 hits.


Post1 : Winning pitcher was Cody Sukosky

Sean Newell Led the attack by going 4 for 4 with 2 triples and 3 RBI’s. John Castro went 2 for 4 with a stolen base and scored twice. Rob Jones went 2 for 5 with an RBI. Mike Moreno  had 2 RBI’s. Joe Tunell went 2 for 4 with 2 RBI’s and scored twice. Jim Wilson had a double and scored he also had an RBI.


Post 1 had a total of 16 hits.

Stahl Post 30 at Sussex East Post 28 Warriors:

Stahl Post 30 16, Sussex East - 6 (6)
Stahl Post 30 5, Sussex East - 1

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