Weekly Game Recaps:
June 17-23, 2011
Delaware American Legion Baseball
2011 Team Standings
reported games thru 7-7
(Division win/loss, league win/loss.)North:
Delvets (5-2, 12-4)
Durney Post 27 (5-4, 8-6)
R.C. Dupont Post 18 (4-3, 8-9)
Delaware Post 1 (2-6, 12-9)
Stahl Post 30 (4-1, 13-5)
Middletown Post 25 (4-1, 10-2)
The Generals (2-2, 3-9)
Post 10 Newark (0-6, 3-10)
Fox Post 2 (9-0, 14-1)
Spooner Post 17 (5-2, 7-12)
SE Post 28 Warriors (3-5, 5-13)*
SW Post 6 Patriots (2-7, 5-12)*
Milford Post 3 (1-5, 1-9)*
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[2011 Schedule with Results]
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Thursday, July 7th:
Post 28 Warriors - 17, Milford Red Sox - 3: The Post 28 Warriors defeated the Milford Red Sox last night 16-3 in Delaware American Legion Baseball action in a game played at Indian River High School.The Milford Red Sox scored in the first inning after Berry singled and Kent smashed a double to the wall to drive him in.The Post 28 Warriors came back in the first to score 4 runs on five staight hits to make the score 4-1.
The Post 28 Warriors bats expoded in the second inning sending 17 men to the plate scoring 12 runs on 8 hits .
Milford's Whalen blasted a towering home run in the third inning but it would not be enough to overcome Warriors lead.Fabian McCray and Dallas Milner's strong pitching held the Red Sox to three runs.Post 28 Warriors Aaron Bennett had four hits and scored three runs,Collier Donald had three hits and three runs,Steve Ruggiere had three hits with a home run , Tyler Dean had two hits and also scored three runs for the Warriors.Milford Red Sox's Kent had two hits,Richard and Moore also had hits for the Red Sox.
Middletown Post 25 - 13 Newark Post 10 - 1: Post 25 was led by Eric Peterson who pitched a complete game only giving up 2 hits. Stan Zulkowski, Chris Doherty, Julius Ryland, Eric Peterson and Pat Peterson each had 2 hits for Post 25. Post 25's Conner Ashbee hit a solo homerun.
The Generals - 4, Stahl Post 30 - 2: Doubles - Gen: Morris Stahl - Don May
DeMitrius Morris had an RBI double and Corey Purnell had a 3-run HR for the Generals .
Sussex West Post 6 Patriots - 5, Spooner Post 17 - 3: The Post 6 Patriots fell behind Spooner Post 17 3-0 before their bats started up.
After Jared Boothman scored on a walk in the 2nd inning, Mike Schlitter singled and scored on Jake Dimiterchick's double to left. Boothman drove in Dimiterchick with a sacrifice fly to center, ending the scoring for Post 17.
Then the Patriots started to hit. Jordan Stanley scored on Ryan McCully's Sac fly in the 4th, followed by Nick Cooper scoring on Brady Scott's single in the 5th, but in the sixth inning, the Patriots had Jason Owens and Shane Ivory on 2nd and 3rd with no outs.
McDowell struck out Cooper, and got Tyler Absher to ground out to 3rd. Caine Collins singled to left to score Owens, and Jordan Stanley looped a ball down the right field line for a single, and two RBI's.
Brent McDowell had 7 strikeouts in a losing cause. Caine Collins got the win in relief.
R.C. DuPont Post 18 - 8, DE Post 1 - 5:
Delvets Post 1 - 14, Durney Post 27 - 4 (5):
Wednesday, July 6th:
The Generals - 4, R.C. DuPont Post 18 - 2: Smart offensive base running and great defense led to a Generals 4 - 2 win Wednesday night in the heat at Christiana High School field. Mike Bowerson pitched a complete game for the Generals holding Post 18 to only 4 hits. Morente from RC DuPont Post 18 homered, 2 Generals - DeMetrius Morris; Corey Purnell - doubled.
Pitchers: Generals - Mike Bowerson (W); RC DuPont Post 18 - True; Klusman
Stahl Post 30 - 17, DE Post 1 - 13:
Post 10 Newark - 12, Durney Post 27 - 3: Adam Pugh kept Durney batters off balance giving up only two earned run on five hits pitching a complete game. Tom Wise hit a 2 run Hr and Ty Warrington and Adam Roch had two hits for Newark. Warrington tripled in the game. Durney's Joe Bermingham went three for three with a rbi double.
Post 25 Middletown - 5, Delvets Post 1 - 4: Completion of game from June 16
Delvets Post 1 - 10, Post 25 Middletown - 8: Mike Laplante got a bases clearing hit with 2 outs in the bottom of the 6th to give Delvets the Win. Collin Cassidy came in to relieve starter John Miraglia in the second inning and pitched 5 2/3 scoreless innings to pick up the win. Doherty had 3 hits for Middletown while Mike Laplante and Jarad Carney had 3 hits for Delvets.
Tuesday July 5th:
Post 25 Middletown - 13, The Generals - 6:
Head to head battle thru 5 innings with a tied baseball game. Middletown Post 25 rallied in the top of the 6th inning to take a strong lead and the victory.Winning Pitcher: Pat Peterson
Eric Peterson went 4-5, Kyle Husni went 3-3, and Chris Doherty went 2-3 with a homerun to lead the Post 25 offense. Matt Downey and Nate McGinnis had 2 hits each for the Generals.
R.C. DuPont Post 18 - 13, Durney Post 27 - 11: completion of game started on June 2.
Durney Post 27 - 16, R.C. DuPont Post 18 - 7: A 19 hit effort by Durney. Joey Bermingham started things off with a two run HR in the first. Zack Cook went 4 for 4 Dan Tiberi, Tyler Hawthorne, Devin Filliben added three hits each. Sam Goines, & Airiane Shankaras had two hits also. Gregg Rostick had a solo HR for RC in seventh.
Delvets Post 1 - 5, DE Post 1 - 4: Kyle Menchaca pitched a strong 6 innings giving up 4 runs only 2 earned with 8 Strikeouts to pick up the win. Jarad Carney came on in the 7th and gave up singles to the first 2 hitters before getting Kevin Pepe to fly out deep to left which advanced the runner to third. Evan Hughes then popped up to the first baseman in foul ground and then Carney got Greg Beran to line out softly to second to end the game and pick up the win.
Dave Biederman, Sean Newell and Kevin Pepe had 2 hits a piece for Post 1 while Andrew Jones and Mike Laplante had 2 hits for Delvets. Dave Biederman came in and pitched 4 strong innings of relief for post 1 only giving up 1 unearned run.
Fox Post 2 - 8, Post 6 Patriots - 3: Fox Post 2 scored in 6 of the 7 innings they played Tuesday night to beat the Post 6 Patriots 8-3.
Zach Mawson provided some of the fireworks, batting 2 for 3 with a 370 ft home run into right center to lead off the 3rd inning with the score tied 1-1. He also scored later in the game, an finished with 2 RBI's. Stephen Barr also drove in 2 runs on sacrifice flies.
But Post 2 put the game out of reach in the fifth, with one out, Mitch Moore reached 2nd on a double error and scored on Brandon Barber's double. Todd Burger lined a single into left, scoring Barber and Kevin O'Shea.
The Patriots answered with 2 runs in the bottom of the fifth, Kagen Yossik and Ryan McCulley each drove in a run, but Post 2 put up one more in the 6th and 7th innings, to finish the scoring at 8-3.
Kevin O'Shea got the win in relief of starter Tommy Dill. He did not allow any runs, and struck out 5 in 1-2/3 innings of work. Taylor Bynum took the loss for the Patriots.
Monday July 4th:
Stahl Post 30 - 3, Post 10 Newark -2: Stahl won in the bottom of the 7th at their annual 4th of July picnic.
Saturday, July 2:
Game 1: Post 28 Warriors - 2, Delvets Post 1 - 0: Wyatt Richardson threw a complete game shutout , striking out seven and allowed only three hits to pick up his first win of the season.The game was tied 0-0 untill the sixth inning when Jesse Long broke up the no hitter that Delvets pitcher McHugh was throwing. Tyler Dean then smashed a double to score long for the games first run.Eric Meyer then singled in Dean for the final run of the game.The Delvets pitchers McHugh pitched an outstanding game retiring the first nine batter he faced.Carney,Manchacca and Jones had hits for the Delvets Post 1 .
Game 2: Delvets Post 1 - 16, Post 28 Warriors - 6: The Post 28 Warriors scored 5 runs in the first inning sending nine batters to the plate with five hits.Post 1 Delvets game back in the second inning to tie the game 6 -6 with 3 hits scoring four runs. Carney hit a two run homer in the third inning and the Delvet never looked back scoring nine more runs the final three innings to beat Post 28 Warriors 17-6. Carney , Laplante and Carney had two hits each for the Delvets Post 1.Jesse Long and Tyler Dean each had two hits for the Post 28 Warriors.
Game 1: R.C. DuPont Post 18 - 12, Spooner Post 17 - 2 (5):
Game 2: R.C. DuPont Post 18 - 14, Spooner Post 17 - 4 (6):
Game 1: Post 10 Newark - 10, Post 6 Patriots - 0 (5): Post 10 scored early, putting up 2 runs as Ryan Vietri doubled then scored followed by B. Murray who walked and scored on a passed ball.
The game settled into a pitching duel until the bottom of the 5th when Post 10 starter Brady Scott started walking batters and the Post 10 bats exploded with 3 triples (Vietri, Murray and Warrington). Vietri's 3 run triple ended the game on the 10 run rule.
Brady Scott doubled for the Patriots in the game.
Game 2: Post 10 Newark - 20, Post 6 Patriots - 3 (5): The Patriots used a combination of singles and walks to score 3 runs in the top of the 1st, but it was all Post 10 the rest of the game. T.Wise stroked the first of his 2 triples (he also had a double) that tied the game
Post 10 hit 5 Triples into the deep center field at Newark, Wise had 2, Pikorski added 2 more and Ryan Vietri had the fifth.Wise also doubled, as did Warrington and Hansen. Wise batted 3 for 4, scoring 4 times, and driving in 3 more. Hansen and Vietri batted 3 for 3.
Post 10 pounded out 22 hits, and Post 6 added 5 errors.
Caine Collins and Shane Ivory both doubled for the Patriots.
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