Senior League Action
Giants 14, Cubs 2
The D’Agostino Deli Giants defeated the Belmont Savings Bank Cubs 14-2. Nick Carvello worked five innings allowing one run on three hits; Jake Ryan finished it off allowing one run on two hits. The Giants were led offensively by Johnny Piggot who drove in five runs on four hits. Danny Slebodnick and Justin DeMarco each contributed two hits to lead the Giants, while Paul Chioccariello, Collin Keyes and Elias Sachs also added hits.
Ryan Hood, Alex Coleman and Matt Anderson worked on the mound for the Cubs. Justin McKenzie and John Dellano had two hits to lead the Cubs offense.
Indians 11, White Sox 10
The Rogers and Hutchins Funeral Home White Sox and the ABA Indians played a see-saw game with the Indians coming out on top 11-10. Danny Monagle of the Indians came in for relief and got the win. Clark Ewen led the White Sox with two hits. The Indians continued through the game pushing runs across around some White Sox errors and walks. The White Sox retain second place over the Indians in what appears to be the potential first round playoff matchup.
Giants 12, Phillies 8
The D’Agostino Deli Giants secured a first place finish in the Senior League, with a 12-8 victory over the Sports Etc. Phillies. Harry Theordore picked up the win pitching six solid innings; Justin DeMarco worked a scoreless seventh inning to secure the victory. Paul Chioccariello was the offensive star for the Giants with three hits, including his first career Babe Ruth League home run, while driving in four runs. Elias Sachs, Danny Slebodnick and DeMarco all had two hits apiece. Mike Lojacono and Emmit Rojo also added hits for the Giants.
The Sports Etc. Phillies were led offensively by Frankie Roche, two hits including a three-run home run. Daniel Delaney added three hits, Austin Flajnik had two hits and Tom Kearney, Anthony DiVito and Cameron Geary also added hits.
Intermediate League Action
Rockies 5, Red Sox 4
The Harris Plumbing and Heating Rockies defeated the Arlington Chiropractic Red Sox 5-4 behind seven strong innings on the mound from Henry Feinstein, who struck out eleven and walked only three.
The Rockies scored the first run of the game in the second inning after a series of aggressive baserunning plays by Connor Wells. In the fifth the Rockies scored three times, including two driven in by a clutch hit by Jarett Karp. Jackson Foster scored in both the third and fifth.
Thomas Maloney and Matt Denaro both pitched well for the Red Sox, who played excellent defense as a team.
For the Rockies David O'Brien made a basket catch in center field, and Marcus Messuri made several strong throws to get runners on grounders to third.
Braves 12, Marlins 4
The Foodmaster Braves made it five out of six with a 12-4 victory over the ABA Marlins on Wednesday night at Spy. The Braves jumped out to an 8-0 lead early. Jon Alves had a double and three RBIs for the Braves. Conor Farrell had a double as well and scored three times. Stephen Vaccarello had two hits and Chris Warren scored three times. Carl Conti pitched a complete game for the Braves, scattering four hits and two walks over six innings, striking out nine.
The Marlins were led on offense by Alex Bergeron, who had two hits and a walk. Keith Acenas had a single and an RBI, and James Marifiote had a double and scored twice. Marifiote and Bryan McCarron pitched well in relief.