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Weekly Game Recaps:


June 23-30, 2011
Delaware American Legion Baseball
2011 Team Standings

reported games thru 7-2
(Division win/loss, league win/loss.)
North:
Durney Post 27 (4-2, 7-3)
Delvets (3-2, 8-2)
R.C. Dupont Post 18 (2-3, 5-7)
Delaware Post 1 (2-4, 10-6)

Central:
Stahl Post 30 (3-0, 11-4)
Middletown Post 25 (2-1, 7-1)
The Generals (1-1, 1-8)
Post 10 Newark (0-4, 2-8)

South:
Fox Post 2 (8-0, 13-1)
Spooner Post 17 (5-2, 6-9)
SE Post 28 Warriors (2-5, 3-10)*
Milford Post 3 (1-4, 1-8)*
SW Post 6 Patriots (1-6, 4-11)*

* Unfinished Games Remaining
** based on Tiebreaker
+ Clinched Division

Thursday, June 30:
Durney Post 27 - 9, Stahl Post 30 - 4:
Sam Goines started Durney's offense with a first inning two run HR, he was 2 for 5 at the plate with 2 rbi's. Tyler Hill had a second inning triple and scored on a DJ Miller's rbi single he also scored three times. Tyler Hawthorne went 3 for 3 with two intentional walks and a sixth inning 2 run HR.

Starting pitcher Joe Bermingham allowed only two runs on 3 hits before he was hit by a line drive off the bat of Tommy Lennior in the bottom of the fifth inning and could not return for the sixth inning. Lou Costanza came on in relief.

For Stahl,  K. Thomas had a 2 rbi single in the sixth inning.

Wednesday, June 29:
Fox Post 2 - 4,  Stahl Post 30 - 2:
Tommy Dill was the winning pitcher for Fox Post Two.  He pitch 5 inning giving up 1 hit , no runs and had 7 strikeouts. Tyler Fortuna was the losing pitcher giving up 5 hits and 5 strikeouts. Tom Lenoir had a triple for Stahl Post.

Fox Post scored 2 runs in the first inning on Mitch Moore 2 run Double. They scored two more runs in the bottom of the 2nd inning on Brandon Barber single,Bryce Morrow walk and Gary Jones two run single. Stahl Post scored two runs in the top of the 7th inning to make the final score 4 to 2.

Durney Post 27 - 7, DE Post 1 - 5: Durney came from behind in the sixth inning on Devin Filliban's two run triple. He later scored on an RBI single by Airene Shankaras who was two for four for the game. Joe Birmingham was two for three with two rbi's. Ty Hawthorne came on in relief in the top of the third pitching four scoreless inning to get the win.

Kyle Bannon and Evan Hughes had two hits each for Post 1. The win moved Durney to the top of the Northern Division.

Tuesday, June 28:
Fox Post 2 - 9, Post 28 Warriors - 0:
Fox Post 2 of Dover defeated the Post 28 Warriors 9-0 Tuesday night. Zach Mawson pitched a three hit shutout striking out 12 Warriors. Mawson also had two hits and scored a run. Gary Jones also contributed a triple and scored three runs, Kevin O'shea had three hits for Fox Post 2. Aaron Bennett had two hits and Eric Meyers also had a hit for the Post 28 Warriors.Pitcher James DiBuo threw two shutout innings for the Warriors

DE Post 1 - 15, The Generals - 5 (5):
Kevin Pepe and JC Paraskiewicz lead Post 1 with a pair of 3 run Home Runs and scoring 3 runs each. Dave Biederman got the win with 5 strong innings pitched. Nick Dooley was 2-3 with a pair of runs scored for the Generals.

Stahl Post 30 - 6, R.C. DuPont Post 18 - 0:
Sutton for Stahl Post pitched six innings striking out 10 and giving up no runs. Brandon Fallers went 2-4 with a triple an 2 rbis. J.faller went 2-3 and thomas went 2-3 scoring two runs.  Shackleford took the loss for R.C. throwing 5 innings, giving up 3 runs on 4 hits.

Milford Red Sox at Post 6 Patriots:
Suspended in the bottom of the 5th, Milford 17, Post 6 - 8. Will be completed in July 14th.

Middletown at Durney Post 27:
Postponed, Wet Grounds.

Monday, June 27
Stahl Post 30 - 3, Fox Post 2 -1:
In a pitching duel, Stahl Post beat Fox Post Two.  James Fallers gave up 1 earned run and four hits in the win for Stahl Post. 

The score was zero to zero going into the 6 inning. With two out Stahl Post loaded the bases and D Sutton worked a bases loaded walk to score the first run of the game. Than Brendon Fallers knocked in two runs with a single to make the score 3 to 0.

In the bottom of the 6th, Gary Jones had a rbi with a triple to make the score 3 to1. Danny Lenoir had 3 hits for Stahl.

Sunday, June 26:
Game 1 - Post 28 Warriors - 11, Durney Post 27 - 7:
Durney gave up fourteen hits in the opener as Post 28 took the lead in the second inning sending 12 men to the plate in a six run effort. Durney regained the lead in a five run fourth inning on back to back Home Runs by Ty Hawthorne and Joe Bermingham. Post 28 relief pitchers' shut the door on Durney not allowing a run after the fourth inning. Tyler Dean went three for three with a double and a HR, scoring 3 runs for Post 28. Aaron Bennet and Steve Ruggiere also had 2 hits each and scored twice.

Game 2 - Durney Post 27 - 11, Post 28 Warriors - 6:
Durney took the night cap with a 11 run effort. DJ Miller had three hits and scored four runs which included two doubles. Devin Filliban also had three hit.s Airiene Shankaras added a triple and Ty Hawthorne had his second home run of the day. Alex Brittingham got his first win and Joe Bermingham got a two inning save. Jessie Long had three hits and scored two runs , Jordy Rogers had two hits and two rbi's for the Post 28 Warriors.
Saturday, June 25:
Christiana Generals - 9, Newark Post 10 - 5:

Shawn Donovan and Jamie Watson each had a Home Run and Newark's T. Warrington also had a home run. O. J. Juhl pitched a complete game for the winners with 5 strikeouts.
 
2B - Newark Post 10 - R. Pickarski; Christiana Generals - Cory Purnell; Sean Donavan 
 
Game #1 - Middletown Post 25 - 10 Spooner Post 17 - 2:Highlights: Michael Mycek pitched a complete game for Post 25 with seven strikeouts. Post 25's offense was led by Eric Peterson 4-4 with 3 doubles and Jim Scully 4-4. Pat Peterson added 3 hits for Post 25. Post 17's Shawn Davis had 2 hits.

Game #2 - Middletown Post 25 - 12 Spooner Post 17 - 7:Post 25's offense was led by Jim Scully 3-5, Julius Ryland 2-3 and Kyle Husni 2-3. Andrew Blanford pitched 4 innings for the win. Post 17's offense was led by Nate Jones 3-4, and Brad Walker who was 2-4 with a triple and a double.

Game 1 - De Post 1 - 9, Milford Red Sox - 4 : Post 1 was leading 3 to 2 heading into the 5th inning then scored 2 in the 5th and 4 in the 6th to seal the game.  Michael Doughty pitched the first 2 scoreless innings and gave up 3 in the 3rd inning.  He continued into the 6th for the Red Sox, then Phillip Berry finished the game.

Kyle Bannon pitched 5 inning for Post 1 giving up 2 runs on 4 hits. Chris Bedwell finished for Post 1. Kyle Bannon improved his record to 2-0 with 4 strong innings and was 2-4 with a pair of runs score.Greg Baron scored three runs.......J Vasquez was 3-4 for Milford Post 3.

Game 2 Delaware Post 1 - 15, Milford Red Sox - 1: Red Sox gave up 8 runs in the first and could not overcome.  Matt Trotta and Kenny Cicolli pitched for Post 1 while the Red Sox used multiple pitchers.

Highlight : Gage Betts for the Red Sox batted 1.000, 4 base hits, 2 walks, SAC and 1 RBI

Tucker Kitchengs was 2-4, 2 RBI's and a pair of runs scored to lead Post 1....Joe Tunell was 2-2, 3 RBI's and scored a pair of run. Berry was 2-3 for Milford Post 3  

Game 1: Fox Post Two 7 - R C DuPont 3: Fox Post Two beat R C DuPont in game one behind the pitching of Zach Candeloro. Zach gave up one earned run in 6 inning of pitching. Grey Rostick had 3 hits, including two doubles and 2 rbi's for R C DuPont. 

For Fox Post Zach Mawson two doubles,3 runs scored, Gary Jones 2 for 4, Todd Burger 2 for 3, and Stephen Barr 3 rbis.

Game 2: Fox Post Two 9 - R C DuPont 1: Aaron Briggs was the winning pitcher for Fox Post. He gave up two hits in the first inning and one earned run. After the first inning R C DuPont only had one batter reach base on a walk and Aaron had 11 strike outs for the game. Jack Donelly and Ryan Kerrer had the only hits for R C DuPont.

Leading the way for Fox Post was Stephen Barr 3 hits, Todd Burger 2 hits, double, 2 rbi's, Kevin O'Shea 2 hits, and Tommy Dill 3 hits, 2 rbi's.
Friday, June 24:
R.C. DuPont 10, Delvets - 8:
Game suspended in bottom of 7th, Delvets Batting, 2 outs, Bases Loaded.

Thursday June 23:
Spooner Post 17 - 5, Post 28 Warriors - 2:
Spooner Post 17 beat Post 28 Warriors last night 5-2. Brent McDowell was the winning pitcher for Spooner Post pitching seven innings and allowing only three hits striking out 9. Brad Walker hit a home run and Brandon Keller, Mike Schlitter,and Walker had two hits each. Aaron Bennett, Eric Meyers and Jordy Rogers had hits for the Post 28 Warriors.

Delvets Post 1 - 8, Stahl Post 30 - 5: Mike LaPlante threw 6 2/3 innings to pick up the win for Delvets as he exited the game up 3 and with the bases loaded. Jarad Carney came in and got Tommy Lenoir who homered earlier in the game to ground into a fielders choice to end the game.

Delvets was led on offense by Andrew Jones 2 hits, Mike Annone 2 hits, Mike Laplante 2 hits, Greg Miraglia 2 hits and a Double by Kevin Czacharowski. Stahl Post was led on offense by S. James' 2 hits including a triple, Tom Lenoir who homered, and Danny Lenoir who Doubled.  

DE Post 1 - 6, Post 10 Newark - 5:
Al Mersman pitched 5 strong innings to earn his second win. Dave Pepe was 2-3 with a double and 3 RBI's, Dave BIedernan was 2-3 and Sean Newell scored  a pair of runs.

Ryan Vietri was 2-2 with a pair of walks and Grant Lamberton scored a pair of runs for Post 10.  

Fox Post 2 - 11, Post 6 Patriots - 4:
Fox Post 2 scored in all 6 innings, putting up 11 runs to easily beat Sussex West Post 6 Patriots Thursday evening.

In the bottom of the first inning, Fox used a couple of walks and two timely singles, including a 2 RBI hit from Bryce Morrow to take a 3-0 lead. Post 6 answered back scoring 3 runs of their own, two on a throwing error that should have been an inning ending double play.

Fox went on to score one run in the 2nd on an error, to take the lead and stayed in control of the game the rest of the way. Zach Mowson scattered 6 hits, and struck out 8 in 6 innings of work. Kyle Mace pitched the seventh inning for Post 2.

Bryce Morrow doubled for Post 2, Paul Elliot doubled for Post 6.  Caine Collins batted 2 for 3 and drove in 2 runs.

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