DeGiulio Insurance staged a sixth-inning comeback to go ahead of VFW Post 4-2 and then held off a VFW rally to win a 4-3 thriller at West Side Wednesday night. The game was highlighted by the starting pitching duel between DeGiulio Insurance’s Jake White and VFW’ s Max Caracuzzo. White pitched four innings of two-hit ball while Caracuzzo held DeGiulio to only two hits over five innings, and left the game with his team up 2-1. DeGiulio’s sixth-inning comeback was capped by Jake White’s two-run triple. Jack Ayers also had a key hit late in the game for DeGiulio. Thomas Mullane came in to stop VFW’s late rally and get the save for DeGiulio.
Dylan Bourett scored two runs for VFW, and Ethan Dillon was 2-for-3 with an RBI and made a stellar defensive play late in the game to keep VFW within striking range.
Brennan’s Braces 16,
Leo Tire 4
Leo Tire took the early lead against Brennan’s behind RBI singles by Dante Wilding and Gary Dombeck, and Jared Reminder reached on an error to bring in two runs. Brennan’s capitalized on Leo fielding errors (two in first inning, nine total for the game) to tie the score in the bottom half of the inning and eventually run away with the game.
Brennan’s Braces 12, Coastway Credit Union 0
Tyler Brunelle pitched a two-hit complete game. Andrew Merryfield had three hits. Collin Lemeiux hit his second home run of the season and also had a single earlier in the game. Freddie Jeronimo got a bases-loaded hit to plate the winning runs.
Leo Tire 4,
Sheridan Electric 3
Collin Murphy pitched a complete game, striking out nine and allowing only two earned runs as Leo Tire pulled out a 4-3 win over Warwick American Sheridan. Leo jumped out early as Ethan Laramee scored on a wild pitch and Collin brought in two runs with an RBI single. Leo’s played well defensively, with key plays by Laramee, Dante Wilding, Nick Kirejczyk and a diving catch in centerfield by Max Turner to help Leo stay in front.
Langevin’s Reps 13,
VFW Post 9
VFW Post took a four-run lead into the fourth inning on the strong hitting by Max Caracuzzo and Dylan Bourett, who had two hits each. Mike Borges and Ethan Dillon also had hits in the fourth. In the bottom of the fourth, Langevin’s responded with nine runs of its own. With two outs, Benji Moorby, Bryan Denten and Jimmy Salisbury all had hits to bring in runs. Kenny Rix went 2-for-2 with a two-run triple.
Savage & Savage 6, Donelan’s 4
Savage & Savage was victorious in its game on Monday night. Ethan Asadorian continued to swing a hot bat, as he went 2-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI. Dylan Palumbo also went 2-for-4 with a double and a single. Nick Carparelli, Nick Parent and Frankie Halliwell all had RBI singles. Stephen O’Neil pitched into the fifth inning with eight strikeouts and no walks. Aidan Sullivan made another solid relief appearance and kept the game out of reach. In the bottom of the sixth inning Parent caught a line drive and turned a double play to end the game.