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Sahl's 10, Capri 1

Last game to end the season for minor league.  A battle between Sahls and Capri. Capri didn't do a lot of battling. Dmitri B started for Capri and walked first 5 batters. Giving up a base hit to Maddalena P. And ending the inning with hitting a batter. Sahl's came prepared with defense. Backing Jacob T pitching. Once Capri had runners on bases, Sahl's was able to get Hunter out on Camille fielder choice grounder.  Walker L was able to knock in a run to get Capri on board. That was the most action Capri brought to the game. Dmitri returned to the mound in 2nd walking 2 more batters and finally collecting his 1st strikeout of night, then replaced by Lucas R. Lucas struggled too "Musta been that PE Day". Lucas got the next batter out on a dribbler with tagging him, then walking next 4 and hitting 2 more batters. Finally getting out the jam on another fielders choice. Jacob was able to strike out the next 3 out 4 batters. End of 2 Sahls 9 Capri 1. 3rd and 4 inning was very quiet. As coaches tried to talk the "all time pitcher" to stop throwing heat. Top of the 5, Salh's strung together few singles by Easton P.,  Addison O., and Jacob T and was able to bring Easton home for another run.

Pitch count; Dmitri 52, Lucas 29, Jacob 50

D&B Allen 2, Capri 10

Capri gave the ball to Hunter A. in this one and he helped himself getting out 1st inning with 1 strikeout and a rare double play. Landon F started the game for DB Allen and Camille L was waiting..she  brought in 2 runs for Capri on a big double. 2nd inning, Hunter stayed busy collecting another strikeout, giving up 1 run and getting 2 outs on ground balls. Capri loaded the bases again in the 2nd. After scoring on HBP, C amille doubled into the outfield, collecting 3 more RBIs. It looked like DB started to warm up in 3rd, loading the bases but only able to bring 1 run over home plate. Noah T robbed Lucas R line drive at 2nd base in the bottom of 3rd. Capri was able to get few more hits by Isaac B, Walker L only to end the threat there.

Camille went 2 for 2 both doubles.
Robert W went 2 for 2.
Declan C had 2 great hits going 2 for 2.
Nash J went 2 for 2. Had a great triple. 

Pitch count: Landon 36, Nash 23, Hunter 38

Cliffs 9, Holland Farms 6

Holland Farms took on Cliffs in their second game of the day. Brayden Anderson drew a lead-ff walk which resulted in the 1st run of the game for Cliffs. Cohen Kraeger hit an RBI double for Holland Farms to even things up at 1. Connor Kolowe singled and scored to take the lead back for Cliffs. Gavin Bronk was on the bump for Cliffs and kept Holland Farms off the board in the 2nd. After two quick ground outs in the 3rd Holland Farms struggle to find the strike zone and allowed another run. Gavin had a 1-2-3 3rd on 2 K's and a groundout. In the 4th Cliffs added 4 to their lead with singles from Landon Christopher and Evan Mason and a double off the bat of Blake Phillips. Gavin then turned in another 1-2-3 inning. Cohen Kraeger pitching in relief recorded 2 strikeouts and kept Cliffs off the board for the 1st time in the game. A 4-run 2-out rally by Holland Farms kept the game interesting. In that inning Liam Tylutki and Callan Tarantino hit RBI singles and Cohen hit an RBI double to cut the Cliffs lead to 7-5. A lead-off double by Landon and a walk resulted in 2 insurance runs for Cliffs in the 6th. With two outs again Holland Farms attempted to rally after an RBI double from Liam but Brayden Anderson pitching in relief got a pop-out to end the game.   

Pitch Counts: Bronk 85, Anderson XX, Kronafel 73, Kraeger 65

Holland Farms 3, Burrows 13

Burrows Trucking entered the win column defeating Holland Farms 13-3 on Saturday morning. Holland Farms got off to their typical start scoring 3 runs in the 1st. Quintin LoRusso hit a lead-off single. Callan Tarantino doubled to score Quintin and Lucas Boyko singled to score Callan. Nathan Kronafel singled and Kali Kraeger followed with an RBI double. Burrows patience at the plate paid off for them in the bottom of the inning and resulted in them putting 12 runs on the board. Wyatt Fairbrother hit an RBI single and Wyatt Davis had an RBI single and 3-RBI triple. Wyatt Davis took that momentum to the mound only giving up a single hit to Cohen Kraeger the remainder of the game. Wyatt finished with 7 strikeouts in 4 innings of work. Camryn LoRusso closed the game for Holland Farms striking out 5 in two innings of work but gave up an inside-the-park home run to Jake Kent.

Pitch Counts: Boyko 31, Tarantino 21, LoRusso 65, W. Davis 61

Capri 18, Graz's 6

It was a great day to get back to baseball and the last tilt between these young rivals.  Graz's gave Radley S the start in this one and Radley S.  got a side of Capri team that Graz's didn't expect. Smart baseball!!! After Radley gave up 4 runs, Graz's handed the ball off to Jack S to close out the 1st inning.  Madden Smith took the mound for Capri and struggled to finish any of his 3-2 counts. Allowing hits to Jack S and Easton P. Isaac Baker came in to close out the 1st inning. Ending 1st inning 5-4 Graz's.  2nd inning Jack S faced the biggest obstacles of the season. Jack gave up a single to Dmitri B. followed by a RBI triple to Camille L. Walker L. came out and smacked a great 2-RBI double to center field. Bottom of 2nd, Isaac Baker gave up a triple to Jack S., struck out next batter and gave up 2 bases on HB. He followed that with 2 strike outs. Capri was able to get 4 runs in the top of the 3rd to extend the Capri lead. Hunter A doubled, triple by Dmitri B., single by Camille L., inside the park HR by Madden S., and solid hits by Lucas R.  And Isaac B.  Jack S made a head's up play at 2nd base for one of the outs! 3rd inning, Easton P had a hit robbed by Camille down the 1st base baseline. Followed by an inside-the-park HR by Jack S. Capri put up 5 more runs up in the 4th to extend the lead to 18-6.  Graz's had last licks and was not able to get anything going in the 4th leaving 2 base runners stranded.

Pitch Counts: Radley 37, Jack 53, Madden 29, Isaac 32

Holland Farms 10, Cliff's 13

A game between Holland Farms and Cliffs never disappoints. The batters were in control for the first few innings, but the pitching took over in the second half of the game. A 2-RBI double by Cohen Kraeger and an RBI double from Lucas Boyko gave Holland Farms 3 in the 1st. Cliff's answered with 3 of their own with the highlight being an RBI double by Evan Mason. Doubles were the theme Saturday as Callan Tarantino drove in two more runs for Holland Farms and Landon Cristopher followed with one of his own for Cliffs and the game was tied at 6 after two innings. August Magnanti's RBI single put Holland Farms up one run in the 3rd. Cliff's had a big 3rd inning batting around the order scoring 7. They scored runs on a single from Brayden Anderson, another double from Evan and a double from Ashton Collins. Holland Farms stayed in the game scoring 3 in the 4th on a double from Callan and a 3-RBI inside-the-park home run by Nathan Kronafel. Ashton Collins relieved Evan Mason on the mound for Cliffs and held Holland Farms scoreless in the 5th and 6th. Camyrn LoRusso closed things out for Holland Farms striking out a pair of batters to get out of a bases-loaded jam in the 5th. Gavin Bronk also joined the doubles club in the late innings. 

Holland Farms W, NY Mills L

Holland Farms took the short trip over to NY Mills on Tuesday night. Callan Tarantino and Nathan Kronafel doubled in the 1st to get Holland Farms on the board. NY Mills took a 2-1 lead with a double from Mike Faustino, an RBI triple from Colin Kaczor, and a single by Aleighia Hollenbeck. Holland Farms took the lead back 7-2 on some walks, an RBI single from Callan, and a 2-RBI triple from Nathan. Jayden Schultz took the mound for Holland Farms in the 2nd tossing a 1-2-3 inning with a pair of strikeouts. Holland farms grabbed a pair of runs in the 3rd with Callan's second double of the game. NY Mills took those 2 runs back with a leadoff single from Lukas Dzuba and an RBI single from Colin. Holland Farms took 4 more in the 4th with Cohen Kraeger starting things off with a triple. August Magnanti hit into a 4-3 fielder's choice to score Cohen. Quintin LoRusso singled and Callan hit his 3rd double to score two runs. Kali Kraeger into a 6-4 fielder's choice to allow another run to score. NY Mills clawed back in the 4th scoring two runs after a pair of walked and a triple by Aleighia. Holland Farms had a big 5th inning batting around the order and scoring 8. Cohen singled and Kali singled to score 2. Nathan crushed a 2-RBI triple that one-hopped to the wall in left. Lucas Boyko hit an RBI single, and Cohen followed with an RBI triple. Camryn LoRusso closed the game out on the mound facing 3 batters and striking out 2.

Pitch Counts: Tarantino 30, Schultz 40, Tylutki 37, LoRusso 13

D&B Allen 5,  Capri 12

DB Allen came out aggressive and swung their bats to rattled Dmitri Boyko in the 1st inning putting up 4 runs. Madden Smith calmed DB down in 2nd using 13 pitches to  close out the inning.  Landon F had a great day, both pitching and batting collecting 3 out 8 hits for DB Allen.  Camille Looney continued her hot hitting season with 3 for 3 night including an inside park HR! Everett Carver went 2 for 2 with a BB on the night.

Pitching Counts: Dmitri 46, Madden 13, Landon 40, Cade 37

Westmoreland Green/Blue 11, Holland Farms 20

Westmoreland came to play Thursday night putting 8 runs on the board in the 1st inning. Graham Harter got the bats going with a bases clearing double. Bryce Schmitt doubled, Kolton Kierpiec hit a triple, Skye Tefft singled, and Brayton Kepp doubled to give Westmoreland the early lead. Holland Farms grabbed 3 runs in the 1st. Nathan Kronafel hit a lead-off single, Cohen Kraeger scored Nate with a double, and Liam Tylutki singled. Westmoreland extended their lead to 11-3 after drawing a few walks and getting a 2-RBI single from Kolton. Nathan Kronafel was called form the bullpen and struck out the 3 batters he faced. Kolton was on the mound for Westmoreland and kept Holland Farms off the board in the 2nd with a 3-up, 3-down inning. Quintin LoRusso took the mound in the 3rd allowing no hits and no runs. Cohen Kraeger threw a laser down to Jayden Schultz at 3rd to catch a runner stealing. The Holland Farms bats got going in the 3rd resulting in a 14-11 lead. Cohen leadoff with a single, Liam hit an RBI double, and Lucas Boyko blasted a 2-RBI double down the 3rd base line. Kali Kraeger hit an RBI single, Quintin followed with a 2-RBI double, Nathan singled, Cohen hit his 2nd RBI double of the night, and Liam hit another single. Kali Kraeger came in to relieve Quitin in the 4th and also allowed no hits and no runs and struck a batter out to end the inning. Holland Farms put 4 runs up in the 4th with triples from Nathan and Camryn LoRusso and another double from Lucas. Liam pitched the 5th and struck out the side. Holland Farms added a couple insurance runs in the 5th. August Magnanti leadoff with a single and Kali's double scored him. Nathan hit his second triple of the day to score Kali. Cohen Kraeger closed the game out giving up two walks but striking out three to end the game.

Pitch Counts: Magnanti 62, Boyko 28, Kronafel 16, Q. LoRusso 25, K. Kraeger 25, Tylutki 16, C. Kraeger 29

Capri 15, D&B Allen 0

Landon F started for DB Allen giving up a 3 RBI double  to Camille Looney and a RBI single to Dmitri Boyko,  striking out 1 batter. Nash J. came in to relieve Landon in the 2nd.

Lucas Robinson got the start for Capri and he was on cruise control!
Walking only 3 batters and striking out 6.

Landon tried to get his teams offense going in the 3rd with a single. Nash was able to fight off a pitch for another single. Kalia L loaded the bases with a solid hit of her own, only to end the threat there. Capri came out hungry for hits in the 4th scoring 5 more runs on solid hitting from every batter.

Landon, Nash and Kalia were the only hits for DB Allen on the night.
Camille led Capri with  2 for 2, BB. Both hits were doubles and  hit strong into the outfield. Dmitri went 2 for 2, BB.

Pitch Counts: Landon 53, Nash 26, Lucas 44

Sahl's 5, Graz's 15

On Tuesday May 23rd, Graz's Legal Eagles beat Sahl's Glass 15-5. Sahl's jumped out to a 5-0 lead but Graz matched it in the bottom of the 1st inning to tie the game. Graz's took over from there with strong offensive bats against the machine. Sahl's couldn't get anything going and when they did, Graz made the defensive plays in the field.

Graz's Legal Eagles: Dylan Colon started the game with 1 K, 6 BBs, 0 hits and 5 runs on 36 pitches. Easton Pavia came on relief in the 1st inning and pitched to 2 batters on 11 pitches. Jack Sydoriw pitched the 2nd inning with 3 Ks, 1 BB, 0 runs on 23 pitches. On the offensive side: Graz's had 16 hits for the team. Jacob Charles and Radley Shaver each had 3 hits a piece. Dylan Colon reached base all 4 times and scored 4 runs. Jack Sydoriw had 2 hits including a HR. Braeden Miner and Noah Citriniti each contributed 2 hits a piece as well.

Sahl Glass: Addison Opperman started the game pitching with 1 K, 7 BBs, 1 hit and 5 runs on 44 pitches. Easton Tuttle pitched the 2nd inning with 2 Ks, 0 BB, 4 hits and 3 runs on 20 pitches. On the offensive side: Sahl's had 1 hit for the team. Mason Powers had the only hit for Sahls. Courtney VanPatten and Nick Russum put the ball in play but Graz's made some nice defensive plays for the outs.

Holland Farms 5, Fire Department 17

Ryan Murphy's 4-for-4 day at the plate with 6 RBI's helped Fire Department remain unbeaten and cruise to a 17-5 victory over Holland Farms. Camryn LoRusso singled in the 1st to knock in the 1st run of the game. Fire Department answered scoring 3 in the 1st on an RBI single from Ryan, an RBI triple from Nick Citriniti, and Bryce Fortier's RBI single. A double from Callan Tarantino put another run up for Holland Farms in the 2nd. However, Fire Department extended their lead to 8-2. Gabe Falero started off the 2nd with a single. Darin Mimassi tripled to score Gabe. Joe Camerota reached on a single and Ryan Murphy followed with a 2-RBI double. Bryce also singled in the inning. Darrin Mimassi was on the mound for Fire Department and held Holland Farm scoreless in the 3rd. Ryan hit a triple in the 3rd to making it 11-2 Fire Department. Holland Farms came to life in the 4th scoring 3 runs. Liam Tylutki and Callan singled and Nathan Kronafel hit them in with a double. Camryn then followed with an RBI double. In the bottom of the 4th Gabe doubled to score 2 and Ryan hit his second triple to clear the bases and end the game by run-rule. Callan and Nathan were both 3-for-3 at the plate for Holland Farms. 

Pitch Counts: LoRusso 69, Tylutki 34, Schultz 14, D. Mimassi 85

Graz's 10, Capri 1

On Saturday May 20th, Graz's Legal Eagles beat Capri Pizzeria 10-1 . Graz's jumped out to a 5-0 lead thru the first 2 innings and never looked back. Solid pitching and superb defense sealed the deal. There were multiple defensive plays in the game from Graz that were great to see at the minor league level.

Graz's Legal Eagles: Jack Sydoriw pitched 2 strong innings with 4 Ks, 3 BBs, 0 hits and 0 runs on 46 pitches. On the offensive side: Graz's had 12 hits for the team. Jack Sydoriw led the charge with 3 hits and 3 runs scored. Jacob Charles and Radley Shaver each added 2 hits a piece. Graz had a 5 run 4th inning on 7 consecutive hits.

Capri: Madden Smith started the game pitching with 4 Ks, 3 BBs, 3 hits and 4 runs on 50 pitches. Dmitri Boyko came in on relief in the 2nd inning with 1 K, 2 BB, 1 hit and 1 run on 17 pitches. On the offensive side: Capri had 6 hits for the team. Isaac Baker led Capri with 2 hits and reached base all 3 times. Madden Smith scored the only run for Capri. Camille Looney, Dmitri Boyko and Greyston Vanderlan also contributed a hit a piece for the team.

Fire Department 16, Holland Farms 12

Friday night Holland Farms fell behind early but had a pair of rally innings to battle Fire Department until dusk. Fire Department struck early scoring 3 in the first. Joe Camerota ripped a triple to get them started. Mitchell Mimassi hit a single to drive him in and Ryan Murphy followed with an RBI double. Fire Department kept it going in the second scoring 5. Nolan Opperman leadoff with a single. Gabe Falero doubled, and Mitchell hit a single. Ryan blasted an RBI triple and Bryce Fortier hit a 2-RBI double. Cohen Kraeger took the mound for Holland Farms in the 3rd and held Fire Department to a single run in the 4th and 5th. Nolan leadoff again in the 3rd with a single. Gabe, Darrin Mimassi and Mitchell followed with singles to get Fire Department a run. Darrin Mimassi started on the mound for Fire Department pitching 2-2/3 innings giving up no runs and striking out five. Holland Farms was able to bat around the order and get on the board in the 4th. Camryn LoRusso gave them the spark they needed driving a triple over the right fielder's head. Lucas Boyko and Quintin LoRusso drew a pair if walks. Liam Tylutki and Nathan Kronafel drove in runs on singles before Cohen Kraeger cleared the bases with a 3-RBI double to make it a 9-6 game. Fire Department would stretch their lead in the 5th scoring 3 on walks and a pair of singles from the Mimassi brothers. Holland Farms would only answer by scoring one in the 5th. Fire Department grabbed some much-needed insurance runs in the 6th putting 4 additional runs on the board. Darin singled and Mitchell doubled. Ryan Murphy followed with an inside-the-park home run for his 3rd extra base hit of the game. Nick Citriniti doubled in hopes of adding more but Nathan was able to record 3 strikeouts to get out of the inning. As darkness set in there was no quit in Holland Farms. They batted around the order again and brought the tie run to the plate. Callan Tarantino and Nathan hot singles and Cohen drove them in with his second double of the game. Holland Farms was patient at the plate drawing a few walks and then Callan hit his second single of the inning. Holland Farms was down 4 with two outs and the bases loaded as the tie run came to the plate. Ryan Murphy had been brought in to close out the game and got the job done with a 3 pitch strikeout to end the final Holland Farms rally. Mitchell hit an incredible 5-for-5 at the plate and turned in another solid performance behind the plate for Fire Department. 

Capri 6, Graz's 14

On Wednesday May 17th, Graz's Legal Eagles beat Capri Pizzaria 14-6 . Graz's jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first 2 innings. Capri fought back in the 3rd inning putting up 3 runs to make it a 6 to 3 game. Graz answered with 3 more runs in the 3rd and really put the hammer down in the bottom of the 4th inning scoring 5 runs on 7 consecutive hits. Capri put a charge in the last inning scoring 3 runs but came up short.

Graz's Legal Eagles: Radley Shaver pitched 2 strong innings with 6 Ks, 2 BBs, 0 hits and 0 runs on 40 pitches. On the offensive side: Graz's had 17 hits for the team. Jack Sydoriw led the charge with 4 hits including 3 triples and 4 runs scored. Graz's was an offensive force with everybody joining the hit club. There were 6 players with multiple hits. Radley Shaver helped his pitching cause with 2 hits and 2 runs scored. Lead off man, Dylon Colon reached base all 4 times with 2 walks and 2 hits with 3 runs scored. Connor VanScooter joined the party with his best game of the year with 2 really nice hits.

Capri: Hunter Albright started the game pitching with 2 Ks, 6 BBs, 1 hit and 5 runs on 47 pitches. Dmitri Boyko pitched the 2nd inning with 3 Ks, 1 BB, 2 hits and 1 run on 30 pitches. On the offensive side: Capri had 9 hits for the team. Camille Looney led the charge with 2 booming extra base hits. Rocco Magnanti had a breakout game in the lead off spot with 2 hits and a run scored. Madden Smith reached base all 3 times with a walk and 2 hits and 2 runs scored. Dmitri Boyko hit the farthest ball of the night with a double in the top of the 5th inning over the left fielder's head.

Pitch Counts: Shaver 40, Albright 47, Boyko 30

Holland Farms 15, Burrows 3

Holland Farms had 4 base runners cross the plate in the 1st inning. Liam Tylutki led things off with a single, Callan Tarantino followed with an RBI double, and Nathan Kronafel blasted the 1st pitch he saw off the left field fence for an RBI triple. Burrows answered by scoring a run after a single by Jacob Kent. In the 2nd Holland Farms tacked on 3 more with another triple from Nathan that cleared the bases. Nathan took the mound in the bottom of the 2nd and struck out the side. Wyatt Fairbrother then struck out three in the 3rd to keep Holland Farms off the board. After drawing a walk Jacob used his wheels to steal a couple bases and then stole home on a passed ball to make it a 7-2 game. Holland Farms had a big 4th inning scoring 8 runs. Cohen Kraeger hit two doubles in the inning to score 3. Camryn LoRusso hit a 2-RBI double. August Magnanti also laced a double to score a run. Jayden Schultz and Callan each had an RBI single. Burrows tried to rally in the bottom of the 4th loading the bases and scoring a run on a single from Parker Volz. However, Cohen would record his 3rd strikeout of the inning to end the game.

Pitch Counts: Davis 42, Fairbrother 45, Larson 7, Tarantino 18, Kronafel 17, LoRusso 16, Kraeger 21

Sahl's 10, D&B Allen 1

Tuesday evening DB Allen hosted Sahl's Glass. Memphis Johnston took the mound in the top of the first, thowing a mixture of pitches before reliever Cade Manely was called in to close inning for DB. Jacob Tarkowski took the mound for Sahl's in the bottom of the first with hopes of holding his teams lead.  Four pitches in, Landon Fortier hits one and finds himself on first. Tarkowski brushes it off and strikes out the next batter for the 1st out of the inning. That's when Robert West stepped to the plate for DB. Tarkowski's first pitch, "Sssttrikke 1" ! West settles in checks the plate. Tarkowski sets and delivers, West connects, sending a BOMB deep into left center field. West rounds the bases and ends up on third. Tarkowski visually razzled takes a deep breath, and settles down collects his thoughts.  He throws 9 more pitches to end the 1st inning. Top of the 2nd Manely returns to the mound but struggled to find the strike zone. DB's coach calls for a "Time" and brings in closer Nash Johnston. Johnston finished off the top of the 2nd. Tarkowski returns to the mound in the bottom of 2nd. He walks the first batter and strikes out the next 3 to put an end to the 2nd inning.  Top of 3rd Caleb Powers hits one up the middle only to be left on the base after the next 3 batters. Bottom of the 3rd DB goes 3 up 3 down. In the 4th the bats started to wake up for both teams. Salh's Mason Powers and Jacob Tarkowski both had singles. Easton Tuttle sent a screaming line drive down the first base side only to be caught by DB's First baseman Nash Johnston who turned it into an amazing double play tagging out Tarkowski to end the top 4th. DB's Memphis Johnston, Robert West and Emmet Gulick all had singles but the team was unable to put any numbers on the board. Top of the 5th Maddalena Pettinelli, Adrain Pavelka, and Nickolas Russum all connected for singles but never crossed the plate. Bottom of the 5th. Noah Tuttle had a nice single but was left on base at the end of the game.

Pitch Counts: M. Johnston 28, Manely 34 pitches, N. Johnston 24, Tarkowski 34

Cliff's L, Fire Department W

Graz's 7, D&B Allen 10

On Saturday May 13th, DB Allen beat Graz's Legal Eagles 10-7 . Graz's jumped out to a 7-2 lead going into the bottom of the 2nd inning. The turning point in the game came in the bottom of the 2nd inning when Nash Johnston hit a game tying Grand Slam. Nash hit a laser down the first base line rolling all the way to the fence to clear the bases. DB Allen took the lead in the bottom of the 4th inning with 3 runs on 6 consecutive hits. Graz could not get a run past after 2 consecutive bases loaded innings.
Graz's Legal Eagles: Dylan Colon started his first ever game pitching with 3 Ks, 2 BBs, 3 hits and 2 runs on 33 pitches. Jacob Charles pitched the 2nd inning walking 4 batters and 5 runs on 20 pitches. On the offensive side: Graz's had 9 hits for the team. Jacob Charles had a great game at the plate with 4 hits and 1 run. Jack Sydoriw had 3 hits on the day with 2 doubles and 2 runs.
DB Allen: Landon Fortier started the game pitching with 3 Ks, 6 BBs, 3 hits and 6 runs on 50 pitches. Nash Johnston came on in relief in the 2nd inning walking 4 batters and 1 run on 26 pitches. On the offensive side: DB Allen had 12 hits for the team. Nash Johnston lead the way with 3 hits including a Grand Slam HR. DB Allen had 4 other players with 2 hits apiece: Robert West, Kalia Liddy, Emmett Gulick and Cade Manley.

Holland Farms 12, NY Mills 6

After a quick pit stop for lunch at one of our favorite sponsors Capri Pizza, Holland Farms headed to NY Mills for a rare Saturday doubleheader. Camryn LoRusso had herself a day at the plate for Holland Farms hitting 4-for-4 in this game with 5 RBI's and an inside-the-park home run. If the crowd had gotten their way with all the "send her" chants she would have had two inside-the-park home runs. Once again Holland Farms was on the board in the first with lead-off Liam Tylutki ripping a triple which was followed by a 2-RBI single off Camryn's bat that was as hot as the pizza oven at Capri. NY Mills tied things up with a 2-RBI inside the park home run off Karzor's bat. Beinck also singled in the inning. Holland Farms grabbed 3 more in the 2nd. Quintin LoRusso was hit by a pitch and Liam, Callan Tarintino, and Camryn singled in the inning. Jayden Schultz got the start on the mound for Holland Farms and held NY Mills scoreless in the 2nd with three strikeouts. NY Mills pitching setting in as well, keeping Holland Farms off the board in the 3rd. NY Mills took a 6-5 lead in the 3rd with Faustino starting that inning off with a double. However, a four-run 4th would put Holland Farms back in control. Camryn's inside the park home run came in this inning. Callan and Lucas Boyko also singled, and Cohen Kraeger blasted an RBI double. In the 6th Holland Farms added some insurance runs with another single from Liam, another double by Cohen, Camryn's RBI triple, and an RBI double from Jayden. Cohen Kraeger was solid on the mound pitching the last 3 innings to secure the win for Holland Farms, allowing no runs, one hit, and recording 7 strikeouts. Liam, Callan, and Camryn were all a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate. 

Pitch Counts: Schultz 44, Magnanti 32, Kraeger 40

Burrow's 2, Holland Farms 12

In our Saturday morning majors game a walk by lead-off man Parker Volz and an RBI single from Jacob Kent gave Burrows the early lead. Holland Farms answered with an 8 run 1st inning highlighted by an RBI single from Jayden Schultz and a bases clearing 3 RBI triple of the bat of Callan Tarantino. Callan then took that momentum to the mound as he recorded a 1-2-3- inning in the 2nd with 2 strikeouts and a pop out. Burrow's did the same as Jacob recorded 2 K's and a ground out. Burrow's put another run on the board in the 3rd with singles from Parker and Wyatt Fairbrother. Burrow's solid pitching continued in the 3rd with Jace Bewick striking out the first two batters. But Holland Farms rallied with 2 outs resulting in 4 runners crossing the plate. Liam Tylutki got them going with a single, followed by a double from Nathan Kronafel, and RBI singles from Cohen Kraeger and Camryn LoRusso. Liam pitched in relief striking out the side in the 4th. 

Pitch Counts: Tarantino 34, Tylutki 34, Kent 40, Bewick 21

Capri 17, Sahl's 10

Friday evening Sahl's hosted Capri for another expected to be exciting game. It might have been the heat at the beginning of the game that beat up the kids. As both teams struggled to find the strike zone and to throw any strike. Courtney Van Patten took the mound for Salh's giving up 2 run single to Camille Looney. Bottom of the 1st, Capri asked Camille to go out string together few outs. Sahl's team rattled Camille... they were not swinging at anything outside the zone. After 27 pitches Isaac Baker came in to assist Camille out of her troubles. Isaac Walking the next 2 batters which notched up the game @ 5 runs apiece. 2nd inning Sahl's sent out Addison Opperman to help speed things up. Addison threw hard but was unable to collect  outs in the inning.  Isaac started the 2nd inning only to be replaced by closer Madden Smith. Madden seen the  inning through without giving up any more runs to Sahl's team that was hungry to get back into the game. Top of the 3rd, 10-5 Capri.  After a 1, 2, Rocco 2dbl, 3 - 3rd inning for Capri. Salh's team came out swinging.  Jacob Tarkowski, Easton Tuttle, Maddalena Pettineli all got on base quickly followed by RBI single by Adrian Pavelka. The only run of the 3rd inning.  Capri came out wanting more in the 4th with back-to-back doubles by Hunter Albright and Camille. Dmitri Boyko followed with a RBI single. Madden brought Dmitri home with another double in the inning. Sahl's bats came alive and answered in the 4th putting up 4 runs on smart base running by Nick Russum, Kynleigh LaGasse, Mason Powers and Jacob T. Capri team struggled to field the ball, communicate and to collect an out.  Capri went to work in the 5th inning getting 5 runs from bats of Isaac, Rocco Magnanti, Walker Looney, Hunter Camille and Dmitri.  Sahl's Addison Opperman was able to collect a double in the bottom of 5th for Sahl's to come up short. 

For Salhs:
Jacob T- 2 for 2, BB
Easton Tuttle - 2 for 2, BB

For Capri:
Camille L - 3 for 3, BB
Hunter A - 2 for 3, BB,K
Rocco M - 2 for 2, BB
Dmitri B- 2 for 2, 2 BB

Pitch Counts: Courtney 34, Addison 42, Camille 27, Isaac 22, Madden 9.

Fire Department W, Cliff's L

D&B Allen 2, Graz's 6

On Wednesday May 10th, Graz's Legal Eagles beat DB Allen 6-2 . Graz's had strong pitching from Jack Sydoriw and jumped out to a 3-1 lead with an inside the park Home run from Jack Sydoriw. Graz's tacked onto the lead in bottom of the 4th inning with 3 runs on 5 hits including a booming double from Braeden Miner.
Graz's Legal Eagles: Jack Sydoriw pitched 2 innings with 5 Ks, 4 BBs and 1 run on 45 pitches. On the offensive side: Graz's had 9 hits for the team. Jacob Charles had 2 hits and 2 runs including a triple. Jack Sydoriw had a HR and 2 runs. Braeden Miner had 2 hits with a double.
DB Allen: Memphis Johnston pitched 2 innings with 4 Ks, 6 BBs and 3 run2 on 50 pitches. On the offensive side: DB Allen had 3 hits for the team. It was a quiet day for DB Allen's bats. Landon Fortier, Memphis Johnston and Robert West each had a hit apiece.

Holland Farms 10, Cliff's 11

Cliff's Gavin Bronk used his bat, legs, and arm to help propel his team to a come from behind walkoff win over Holland Farms. Holland Farms took a 2-0 lead after one with RBI singles from Nathan Kronafel and Cohen Kraeger. They added two more in the second after a Liam Tylutki single and Nathan's 2-RBI double to centerfield. Landon Christopher singled and Blake Phillips hit into a 1-3 fielder's choice allowing Landon to score and get Cliff's on the board. Holland Farms added one more in the 3rd after Camryn LoRusso's single and stolen bases. Cliff's made it a game in the 3rd scoring 3 runs to cut the Holland Farm's lead to 5-4. Singles from Evan Mason and Landon were followed by a 2-RBI double from Vito LoCaccio. Holland Farms answered right back scoring 4 runs in the 4th with another Nathan Kronafel single and a double from Cohen. Cliff's was able to get runners on and move them around scoring 3 more in the 4th to keep the game close at 9-7. Cliff's worked out of a no outs bases loaded jam in 5th getting the lead runner out at the plate twice and only allowing one run on a walk. Once again Cliff's would score 3 more runs in the 5th to tie the game. With an 0-2 count Gavin roped an RBI triple up the middle and then tied the game by scoring on a passed ball. Cohen kept the game tied by striking out the Cliff's #3 and #4 hitters to give them a chance in the 6th. However, Gavin Bronk was on the mound and turned in a 1-2-3 top of the 6th with two K's to keep the game knotted at 10. After a leadoff groundout Cliff's would load the bases in the bottom of the final inning. Jace Phillips worked a full count and drew a walk for the win.

Pitch Counts: Kronafel 74, Kraeger 57, LoRusso 27, Collins 50, Ashton 50, Bronk 38

Sahl's 11, Capri 12

Lucas Robinson took the mound for Capri walking 4 batters before collecting his first strike out. Hunter Albright came in and struggled but was able to finish the 1st inning walking 3 more batters striking out 1 and hitting a batter. Jacob Tarkowski started on the mound for Sahl's and he was on fire. Striking out first 3 batters. Hunter came back out in the 2nd inning and wasn't able to locate the strike zone, walking 2 more batters. Dmitri Boyko came in to relieve Hunter, who also struggled. Giving up a hard hit to Madelina Pettineli and walking more Sahl's batters to close top of 2nd inning. Bottom of 2nd, Jacob T was still wheeling and dealing.  Only giving up a double to Dmitri and a RBI single to Hunter while striking out 3 more batters.  Sahl's had a commanding 10-1 lead. Sahl's stranded 2 base runners in the 3rd only to have Capri bats wake up and put in some damage, piling up 5 runs on board including an inside the park HR by Walker Looney. Sahl's Addison Opperman started the 4th with a strong double followed by a RBI single from Caleb Powers. Capri followed up with 2 runs of their own by another inside the park HR from Walker, triple by Madden Smith and a double by Greyson Vanderian to bring the score to 11-8. In the 5th inning Capri's defense showed up and made some smart defensive plays. Aria Huey's great fielding ended any Sahl's threat.  Capri was able to string together 3 runs in the bottom of the 5th with the teams 3rd inside the park HR of game by Dmitri, RBI double by Hunter and a RBI single by Everet Carver. The chilly weather filled the air in top of 6th inning kept Sahls bats cold and the score tied 11-11. Capri started the 6th with aggressive double from Aria Huey followed with a bomb to left field from Dmitri.

Dmitri finished the night 4 for 4 2-2B, 3B, HR.
Camille Looney 2 for 3
Hunter 3 for 3
Lucas 2 for 3
Walker 3 for 3 (2 HR)
Madden 2 for 3

Easton Tuttle had 2 singles,
Maddalena Pettinelli 3 singles,
Addison Opperman 1 single
Caleb Powers 1 single

Pitch Counts: Lucas 24 - 1K, Hunter 29 - 1K, Dmitri 30 - 2K's, Jacob Tarkowski 31 - 6K's

Burrow's L, Fire Department W

Cliff’s 15, Burrows Trucking 6

Burrows Trucking hosted Cliff’s for this highly competitive matchup on a sunny Saturday afternoon. It was Jace Bewick on the mound to start the game for Burrows going up against Gavin Bronk for Cliff’s. Bewick held Cliff’s scoreless in the top of the first against five batters. Bronk also pitched efficiently in the bottom half of the inning striking out two with a groundout but not before Jake Kent scored an inside the park homerun off a well hit ball to the left center gap. Bewick would continue to hold Cliff’s at bay in the top of the second striking out the side. Bronk battled back to keep the game close as the defense helped with three force outs. Wyatt Fairbrother was brought around to score after reaching base on dropped third strike when Carter Charles blasted a double to center field. Colton Huey threatened with a stolen base but the inning would end as Kent grounded out at first. Ashton Collins would come in to relieve Bronk in the third striking out two batters needed to end the inning. Wyatt Davis came in to relieve Bewick in the fourth as Landon Christopher started the inning off for Cliff’s with a single as Blake Phillips walked on behind him. Cliff’s took the lead on a triple ripped to left field by Brayden Anderson bringing Christopher and Phillips around to score. Burrows would answer with a run scored by Kent off a well hit ball by Cole Larsen. Cole Larsen and Austin Carver would share pitching duties for the rest of the contest for Burrows. Cliff’s would pull ahead in the fifth scoring nine runs on hits by Evan Mason, Vito LoCaccio, Anderson, and Collins. Jace Phillips came in to finish up the game for Cliff’s as Burrows scored two on hits by Kent and Fairbrother who both went three for four on the day.

Pitch Counts: Bronk 50, Collins 50, Phillips 28, Bewick 70, Davis 41, Larson 42, Carver 46

Holland Farms 5, Fire Department 13

In our first game of opening day, we had last year's champions Holland Farms versus our Fire Department team that finished right behind them. Holland Farms picked up right where they left off scoring 3 runs in the top of the first. Liam Tylutki's walk led to an RBI single from Callan Tarantino. Nathan Kronafel reached on a single and Cohen Kraeger followed with a 2-RBI double. Fire Department answered right back scoring 5 in the first. Mitchel Mimassi singled and his brother Darin drove him in with another single. Ryan Murphy drew a walk and scored on a single from Nick Citriniti. Bryce Fortier's 4-3 fielder's choice added another run. In the second Liam drew another walk and scored on Nathan's second single of the day. Nick then made the defensive play of the day at 3rd snagging a hard-hit line drive of the bat of Cohen to end the inning. The hits kept coming for Fire Department which led to 6 more runs being put on the scoreboard. Mitchel singled and scored on a double from Darin. Ryan walked and scored on a triple by Nick. Bryce hit an RBI double and Parker Zeina's 5-3 fielder's choice scored Bryce. Nolan Opperman and Khilee Camerota's singles put runners on the bases again and Mitchel's 3rd single of the day put Fire Department up 11-4. Darin Mimassi held Fire Department scoreless in the third, striking out three. Camryn LoRusso slowed the Fire Department bats in the 3rd only allowing 2 runs after giving up singles to Joe Camerota and Nick. Holland Farms got one run back in the 4th with a leadoff single from Lucas Boyko who later scored on Callan's 6-3 fielder's choice. Camryn recorded two outs in the 4th and Callan came in to get the 3rd out to keep Fire Department off the board. Mitchel took the mound in the 5th for Fire Department and his nasty changeup kept the Holland Farms batters off balance as he allowed no runs on three strikeouts. Callan held them scoreless in the 5th striking out three in the inning. Mitchel had a three up, three down 6th to give Fire Department the big 13-5 win over last season's champions. Darin pitched 4 innings, recorded 8 strikeouts, and allowed 5 runs. Mitchel closed the last 2 innings with 4 strikeouts and no runs. Cohen started for Holland Farms and struck out 4 in one inning on the mound. Liam relieved him in the second striking out one. Mitchel and Nick were perfect at the plate for Fire Department. Mitchel went 4-for-4 with 4 singles, 1 RBI, and scored 2 runs as their leadoff hitter. Nick was 3-for-3 with 2 singles, a triple, 4 RBIs, and 2 runs scored.

Pitch Counts: Kraeger 35, Tylutki 41, LoRusso 43, Tarantino 26, D. Mimassi 85, M. Mimassi XX 

Capri 15, D&B Allen 1

Nash Johnson started for D&B on the mound throwing 47 pitches. Giving up 1 hit and collecting 3k's. Dmitri Boyko started the game for Capri, only throwing 11 pitches and walking the first 2 batters.  Camille Looney came in for relief getting 2k's to end the 1st inning.  Camille continued her strong day with a double in the 2nd inning to bring home Rocco Magnanti.  Camille Looney pitching led the 2nd inning with another strike out on the day.  Madden Smith came in to close live pitching for Capri  getting 2 K's. Grayson Vandarian, Isaac  Baker, Camille Looney all started the 3rd inning with singles. Madden Smith doubled. Hunter Albright and Walker Looney both reached base on solid singles. Dmitri Boyko ended the 3rd inning with a strong triple to center right field. D&B made an attempt holding on getting a few singles by Cade Manley, Robert West, Landon Fortier only to come up short and leave them stranded on bases.

Pitch Counts: Johnson 47, Fortier 21, Boyko 11, Looney 26, Smith 11

Westmoreland 16, Cliff's 10

Cliff’s took on Westmoreland for their second game of the season. Ashton Collins took the mound for Cliff’s to start the game facing James Ferguson for Westmoreland. The first batter Collins faced reached base on a single. Collins finished the inning with two walks, two groundouts and a strikeout with one run scoring. Gavin Bronk reached first base on a single and scored with smart base running stealing second and third base and scoring on a wild pitch. Collins finished up his pitching duties for Cliff’s with a strikeout and was relieved by Bronk who struck out two with one run scoring bringing the score to 2-1 Westmoreland. Cliff’s loaded the bases with a single by Blake Phillips, a walk and Vito LoCaccio being hit by a pitch. Cliff’s was unable to capitalize with Ferguson pitching efficiently through the end of the second striking out the last two batters leaving three runners on base. Ferguson started off the third inning for Westmoreland with a triple followed by a double by Chris Parzynch. Phillips came in to relieve Bronk four batters into the third. Westmoreland would go on to score seven runs in the inning on six walks and three hits. Cliff’s would score one in the third with Brayden Anderson reaching on a walk and Connor Kolowe and LoCaccio both hitting singles to bring Anderson into scoring position. The inning ended with a hard line drive shot hit on a rope from Ferguson being caught by Anderson at third base. Evan Mason hit an inside the park 2 RBI home run scoring Jace Phillips and Trenton Pryor in the fourth inning. Phillips was relieved by Anderson in the fifth who walked three and struck out three. Cliff’s would make a late push in the sixth scoring five runs on hits from Pryor, Bronk and Collins but Westmoreland would hold them off for the win.
Pitch Counts: Collins 35, Bronk 35, Phillips 75, Anderson 59

Burrows 0, Holland Farms 10

Nathan Kronafel and Camryn LoRusso shared the pitching duties as Holland Farms shutout Burrows in their first matchup of the season. Nathan pitched 2-2/3 innings striking out 3 and walking 3. Camryn closed out the last 1-1/3 innings striking out 3 and only walking 1. A single by Liam Tylutki followed by Cohen Kraeger's 2-RBI double down the 3rd base line got Holland Farms on the board early. In the second inning Lucas Boyko reached base on an infield single. Nathan then doubled to center to score Lucas. Singles by Callan Tarantino and Camryn drove in two more runs for Holland Farms. Wyatt Davis, Jace Bewick, and Wyatt Fairbrother pitched for Burrows. Burrows hits came from Wyatt Davis and a double by Jace. Carter Charles hit a hard ball down the first base line, but Nathan knocked it down to make the out at first to end the game.

Pitch Counts: Kronafel 50, LoRusso 40

Fire Department W, Cliffs L

Sahl's X, D&B Allen X

NL Westmoreland, Burrows L

Fire Department W, Burrows L


D&B Allen 3, Graz's 7

On Wednesday April 26th, Graz's Legal Eagles beat DB Allen 7-3. Graz's had strong pitching from Radley Shaver to shutout the first 2 innings and jumped out to a 5 run lead in the 1st inning. DB Allen tacked on 3 runs in the top of the 3rd inning hitting the pitching machine hard. Jack Sydoriw led off the bottom of the 4th inning with a booming double to left center who scored on an RBI single from Radley Shaver. Graz's was able to hold on to the win and end the 2 out rally DB Allen had going in the last inning.
Graz's Legal Eagles: Radley Shaver pitched 2 innings striking out 6 on 50 pitches giving up 0 runs, 1 hit and 3 walks. On the offensive side: Graz's had 6 hits for the team. Jacob Charles led Graz's with 2 hits and 1 run. Jack Sydoriw had a double with 2 walks and 2 runs. Easton Pavia and Collin Post also contributed a hit apiece.
DB Allen: DB Allen threw 3 pitchers; Landon Fortier, Memphis Johnston and Nash Johnston. On the offensive side: DB Allen had 11 hits for the team. DB Allen had 3 players with 2 hits; Noah Tuttle, Memphis Johnston, and Emmett Gulick

Pitch Counts: Shaver 50, Fortier 35, M. Johnston 18, N. Johnston 12

Westmoreland Blue 11, Holland Farms 2

Holland Farms kicked off their 2023 season with a non-league contest against Westmoreland Blue on Tuesday night. Easton Metz had himself a day on the mound for Westmoreland striking out 17 batters and walking none in 5 innings. Health McLaughlin took the mound in the 6th to close the game out with an 11-2 Westmoreland win. Kali Kraeger had the hit of the day for Holland Farms with a rope to left field off the Westmoreland ace. Callan Tarantino was 2-for-2 and hit by a pitch, and Holland Farms also had singles from Nathan Kronafel and Lucas Boyko. On the defensive side August Magnanti made an exceptional catch in right field that he turned into a double play by throwing out the runner at first who failed to tag up. Heath, Easton, Graham Harter, and Evan Richlin each hit singles for Westmoreland and Mark Jennings blasted a double. Pitching for Holland Farms was Liam Tylutki, Callan, Nathan, Cohen Kraeger, Jayden Schultz, and Camryn LoRusso. Holland Farms will begin league play on Saturday morning at 9AM vs. Cliffs.

Pitch Counts: Liam 27, Callan 32, Nathan 11, Cohen 23, Jayden 46, Camryn 38

Burrows 3, Westmoreland 4

Capri 9, Sahl's 4

Maddalena P and Courtney V pitched for Sahl's. Courtney recorded 3 strike outs.
Mason P. and Jacob T. had solid singles.  Kynleigh L. had a triple.
For Capri, Isaac Baker started on the mound and Hunter Albright pithed in relief recording 3 k's.
Grayson Vandarian, Aria Huey, Everet Carver, Lucas Robinson, Isaac Baker, Camelle Looney, Hunter Albright, Madden Smith all had a BB and reached base on hits. Dmitri Boyko went 2-for-2 with a single, triple, and a BB.

Pitch Counts: Maddalena 38, Courtney 26, Isaac 26, Hunter 37


Westmoreland Blue L, Fire Department W

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