The following results have been recorded in the Back Mountain Little League for the past week:
Darren Kerdesky picked up his first win of the season with a 12-strikeout complete game as the Yankees crushed the Rangers, 10-0. Joseph Brennan, Ben Paglia and Joseph Fioti led the Yankees’ 14-hit offensive attack. Brennan had three hits while Fioti and Paglia had two hits and three RBI each. Kerdesky and Michael Doggett added two hits each for the Yankees.
Matt Maransky and Zach Luksic had two hits each for the Rangers.
Jack Farrell pitched and hit the Giants to an 8-4 win over the Pirates. Farrell struck out five, added a triple and an RBI in a 7-run second inning to help his cause. Kyle Sincavage had two hits with a double and a run scored. Jacob Onda had a hit and two RBI to lead the Giants offense. Bobby Lugiano picked up his second save on the season. Dylan Wesley pitched three innings relief, striking out nine and allowing one run.
Sam Zondlo had a hit and an RBI for the Pirates.
Ian Evans struck out eight as the Giants doubled up the Dodgers, 4-2. The Giants scored twice in the first on RBI singles by EJ Williams and Bobby Lugiano. Evans led off the fourth inning with a double and later scored the winning run. Bobby Lugiano faced one batter in the sixth inning and struck him out to earn his third save on the season.
Alex Kapral threw a complete game for the Dodgers, striking out eight, scattering three hits and allowing only two earned runs. The Dodgers scored their two runs in the first on a two-run triple by Chris Smiga. Connor Morgan added a double for the Dodgers.
Derek Answini picked up his first win of the season as the Yanks smashed the Dodgers, 15-2. Darren Kerdesky led the Yankees’ 17-hit attack with four hits, including a home run. Answini, Mark Roginski, Jacob Brennan and Michael Doggett all added two hits each while Doggett homered and drove in five. Joseph Brennan, Joseph Fioti, Nick Gashi, Cooper Lewis and Beaudyn Lewis all doubled to round out the Yankee offense. Beaudyn Lewis also turned in a sensational play in centerfield.
Fred Lombardo homered for the Dodgers and drove in two, while Connor Morgan tripled.
The Pirates defeated the Phillies, 13-9, in a slugfest. The Pirates offense racked up 18 hits, including Sam Zondolo, Colin Marshall and Tyler Osipower’s first hits of the season. Osipower handled the pitching along with Dylan Wesley and Justin James.
The Phillies pitching was done by Kyle Hromisin, Justin Thompson and Alex Magdalinski. Offensively for the Phillies, Eric Weiss and Jacob Stokes both had timely hits and Alex Magdalinski chipped in with two singles of his own.
Jason Eiden singled home Michael Rother, who had doubled in the bottom of the sixth inning to lead the Phils past the Astros, 3-2. Alex Magdalinski, Kyle Hromisin and Donnie Thompson shared the duties on the hill for the Phillies. Magdalinski, Hromisin, Kaleb Konigus and Mark Shultz also had hits for the Phillies.
Nicholas Kachur had two hits and pitched five strong innings for the Astros. Bryan Morio, Jacob Noone and Adam Kalo also had hits for the Astros.
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Zach Palfey had a walk-off hit in the bottom of the sixth to drive in Chris Banas who doubled to lead the Pirates to a 4-3 comeback win over the Red Sox. Banas had two hits in the game along with Justin James, Dylan Wesley and Zach Bloom, while Nathan Salus added a double. Bloom, James and Wesley combined to handle the pitching for the Pirates as they held the Red Sox to three runs and racked up 13 strikeouts.
Wil McCrum and Justin Finarelli pitched well for the Red Sox in defeat. McCrum and Conner Maloney had two hits apiece for the Sox and Michael Anderson chipped in with a double off the centerfield fence.
EJ Williams was the winning pitcher, scattering seven hits, striking out seven and allowing one earned run as the Giants clipped the Phils, 3-2. Bobby Lugiano came in relief and struck out the last two batters to earn the save. The Giants offense was led by Ian Evans with two hits, including a double and two RBIs. Kyle Sincavage and Zachary Holthaus each had a double and combined to score all three runs.
Alex Magdalinski led the Phillies with two hits, including a double. Aiden Conrad added a double for the Phillies.
Alex Kapral let the Dodgers to a 13-1 victory over the Phillies. Kapral pitched four innings of one-hit baseball with 10 strikeouts. Kapral had three hits, including a double and three RBIs. Caleb Sweitzer added a triple and three RBIs. Freddie Lombardo had two hits while Matt Dolan, Liam O’Brien, Matt Wrubel, Max Paczewski and Connor Morgan all had hits in the win.
The Phillies were led by Donnie Thompson who ripped an RBI triple.
Mark Roginski picked up his first win of the season and also doubled twice while driving in four to lead the Yankees to their first win of the season, 14-9, over the Astros. Beaudyn Lewis homered and drove in three while Derek Answini added three hits. Darren Kerdesy, Dylan Schuster, Michael Doggett and Cooper Lewis all had two hits while Joseph Fioti and Joseph Brennan rounded out the Yankee offense with a hit each.
The Astros were led by Matt Dillon’s home run and two hits each from Nick Kacher and Nick Bufalino.