Last Updated: June 30, 2016
RVL Action: Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Wasco has two RBIs, leads Cinnaminson
Cinnaminson scored early and the runs held up for a 4-2 victory over Burlington Township. Mike Wasco had two RBIs, the first coming when he was hit by a pitch during the Reds' three-run first inning. Wasco hit a home run in the third to make it 4-0. Four straight singles began the game for Cinnaminson, which tied idle Burlington for first place with the victory. Both are 13-4, with Vincentown third at 12-5. Bill Dove batted in the first run and Mark Wickersham hit a sacrifice fly to make it 3-0. Steve Melchiorre started the game and got the win, Steven Bowley provided middle relief and Jim Goodwin saved it.Township scored its two runs in the sixth inning. When Eli Mireles doubled to lead off the seventh, Goodwin relieved and retired three batters on fly balls. Dennis Stewart had two hits and batted in the first Township run. Ben Fadool hit into a fielder's choice to score the second run.
Riverside 7, Delran 1:
Winning pitcher Clinton Hart had 13 strikeouts and Jonnie McGugan homered for the second straight night as Riverside won for the ninth time in its last 11 games. McGugan also doubled among his three hits, scored twice and batted in two runs. Devon Hedgepeth doubled and singled for Riverside (9-5). Christopher Corea doubled to score the Delran run.
RVL Action: Monday, June 27, 2016
McGugan home run lifts Riverside past Burlington
Jonnie McGugan hit a three-run homer in the sixth inning for Riverside in a 4-1 win over Burlington. Kevin Joo pitched all seven innings for the win as Riverside improved to 8-5 overall, 8-2 in its last 10 games. Burlington, which had won eight straight, is 13-4. Sean Gusrang's home run in the fourth inning put Burlington on the board. The Mets took their lead into the sixth and had two outs when McGugan connected on an 0-2 pitch. Riverside added insurance in the seventh when Phil Stiles walked with the bases loaded. Taylor Zachman had two of Riverside's four hits. Joo struck out three in a three-hitter. He issued one walk, in the home seventh, and a single by Casey Donahue gave Burlington two baserunners with one out. Joo then got a strikeout and fly out to end it.
Pine Barrens 2, Burlington Township 1:
Keith Jacobs' sacrifice fly in the sixth broke a 1-1 tie, scoring Ronnie Krankowski, who pitched a four-hitter and struck out 11. Mike Follet tripled, singled and had the other Phantoms' RBI. Eli Mireles batted in the Township run with a single in the fourth inning. Adam Quaranta doubled and singled for the Pirates.
RVL Action: Sunday, June 26, 2016
Mets down Pirates behind Guckin, Youngberg
Sam Guckin and Zach Youngberg combined on a five-hitter with 14 strikeouts as the Burlington Mets defeated the Burlington Township Pirates 4-0 at Viereck Field. Guckin, improving to 2-0, fanned 11 in his five-inning stint. The first-place Mets (13-3) did all their scoring in the top of the third inning. Kyle Semmel singled, stole second and Twocas Elliott reached on an error. Consecutive singles by Shaun Babula, Sean Udris, Sean Gusrang and Matt Jolly, along with a sacrifice by Justin McFadden, brought in all four runs. Adam Quaranta had two hits for the Pirates (6-8), while Eddie Eifert, Dennis Stewart and Brian Romani each had one. Chase Thomas fell to 5-2.
RVL Action: Thursday, June 23, 2016
Stiles helps Riverside edge Burlington Twp.
Phil Stiles was 3-for-3 for Riverside in a 6-5 win over Burlington Township. Stiles had two singles, a double and two RBIs before the game was halted in the top half of the sixth inning due to darkness. Including a 7-0 win over Willingboro in its previous game, Riverside is 7-2 in its last nine. Stevie Stevenson doubled and singled. Jeff Briggs also had two hits. Donnie Strain got the final two outs in the fifth to save a win for Clinton Hart. Mark Demko had a two-run triple and Eddie Eifert an RBI double for Burlington Township.
Burlington 9, Delran 3:
Matt Jolly had three RBIs and league leader Burlington improved to 12-3. Sean Gusrang and Anthony Perez had two hits each for the Mets. Ryan Bell got the win with relief from Justin McFadden and Kevin Gunter. Trent Eastman had two RBIs and Wilson Seville had two hits for Delran.
Cinnaminson 2, Pine Barrens 0:
Frank Sirolli hit a two-run single in the top of the eighth and Troy Hunter pitched all eight innings for the win.
Vincentown 11, Willingboro 0:
Ryan Kulik struck out 11 in a two-hitter and Dom D'Alessandro had three hits and four RBIs. Kyle Cichy, Pat Donnelly and Sam Pepper combined for six hits.
RVL Action: Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Stewart helps Burlington Township to triumph
Dennis Stewart had three hits and led Burlington Township to a 3-2 decision over Delran. Connor Thomas was the winning pitcher, scattering nine hits. He struck out three and issued no walks in going all seven innings as Township evened its record at 6-6. Brian Romani's RBI double in the top of the seventh gave the Pirates a 3-1 lead, enabling them to withstand a Delran run in the bottom of the final frame. Frank Bilancio doubled twice and had an RBI for Delran. Tyler Malia doubled and singled.
Burlington 8, Cinnaminson 0:
Jon Wilkins struck out two of the three batters he retired to finish a victory that boosted the Mets (11-3) into first place. Max Newill went the first six innings and fanned four in picking up the win. Casey Donahue had three hits and three RBIs. Sean Udris had three hits — all doubles — and two RBIs. Burlington scored three runs in the second inning and added five in the third.
RVL Action: Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Burlington tops Vincentown
Sam Guckin pitched the shutout and Sean Gusrang led the offense in Burlington's 3-0 win over Vincentown. Guckin worked all seven innings and struck out five as the Mets won a meeting of two of the top three teams in the RVL standings. Burlington is 10-3, as is Cinnaminson, and Vincentown is 10-5. Gusrang had three hits and one RBI. Anthony Perez and Sean Udris added two hits apiece. Udris and Casey Donoghue had the other RBIs. Vincentown pitcher Kevin Boswick had seven strikeouts in his five innings on the mound.
Pine Barrens 14, Delran 3:
Joe Paolini led off the fourth inning with a home run to break a 3-3 tie in the Phantoms' favor. Paolini had two hits and scored two runs. Austin Kurey doubled twice and finished with four RBIs. Winning pitcher Alec Marconi worked five innings and struck out seven. Delran had tied the game when Wilson Seville tripled with the bases loaded in the second inning.
RVL Action: Monday, June 20, 2016
Viselli's triple lifts Burlington over Cinnaminson
Dave Viselli tripled the winning run home for Burlington in a 7-6 win over Cinnaminson. Sean Udris singled with one out in the bottom half of the seventh inning, then scored on Viselli's triple to lift the Mets to their ninth win in 12 games. Shaun Babula worked 6 2/3 innings before Kevin Gunter got the final out in the top of the seventh on his way to picking up the win. Sean Gusrang had three hits for Burlington. League leader Cinnaminson (10-3) received a grand slam from Cody MacNair and an RBI double from Bill Dove in a five-run third inning.
Vincentown 12, Riverside 2:
Kyle Cichy had three hits and scored three runs for the winners. Matt Weaver also had three hits. Dave Gibson went the distance for the win and struck out nine.
RVL Action: Sunday, June 19, 2016
Riverside 11, Cinnaminson 1:
Devon Hedgepeth worked six innings for the win and Cullen Carter had three hits for Riverside. Donnie Strain (three RBIs), Kevin Joo and Phil Stiles had two hits apiece.
RVL Action: Thursday, June 16, 2016
Riverside defeats Pine Barrens
Devon Hedgepeth had two hits and two RBIs for Riverside in a 5-2 decision over Pine Barrenst. Cullen Carter also had two RBIs as Riverside improved to 3-4. Kevin Gadowski was the winning pitcher, working 1 1/3 innings in relief of Clinton Hart (six strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings).
Cinnaminson 11, Willingboro 5
John Dockins and Billy Dove were both 3-for-3, and Joe Sirolli 3-for-4 in a victory that lifted the Reds (10-1) into first place. Dove doubled twice, as did Kyle Higgins. Troy Hunter was the winning pitcher. Dan Hill had two hits for Willingboro and Jamie Schwantes doubled.
RVL Action: Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Cinnaminson wins in RVL behind Jim Goodwin
Jim Goodwin pitched a three-hitter for Cinnaminson in a 3-0 win over Burlington Township. Goodwin worked all seven innings and struck out nine while the Reds did enough to hand Township pitcher Chase Thomas his first loss after five wins. Goodwin is 4-0 and Cinnaminson is 9-1. Kyle Higgins had two hits, including an RBI double, for Cinnaminson. Billy Dove hit a home run and Joe Sirolli hit a sacrifice fly for the Reds' other run. Ben Fadool's double was a Pirates highlight.
RVL Action: Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Burlington 8, Delran 0
John Harvey (5 innings), Jon Wilkins and Brian Armour combined on a one-hitter as the Mets rolled. Dave Viselli had three hits, while Matt Jolly and Sean Udris each had a pair.
RVL Action: Thursday, June 9, 2016
Big sixth inning leads Willingboro to RVL triumph
Willingboro broke open a 6-all tie with six runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to defeat the Burlington Mets 12-8. The Townsends (2-6), ending a three-game skid, combined three hits, a couple of walks and a bases-loaded error for the six-spot. Jon Wetzel and Conner MacFarlane each had three hits for the winners, while Mark Stumpf and Zack Van Meter had two each. Sean Gusrang had a single and a three-run homer, while Casey Donahue added a pair of hits for the Mets (5-3), who have dropped two straight and three of four.
Burlington Township 3, Pine Barrens 1
Winning pitcher Chase Thomas boosted his record to 5-0 with a six-hitter as the Pirates topped the Phantoms. Thomas worked all seven innings, struck out 11 and walked one. Eli Mireles' RBI single in the third gave Burlington Township a 3-0 lead on the way to their fifth win in eight games overall.
Vincentown 4, Riverside 2
Mike Ferrara had two hits and two RBIs, and Pat Donnelly also had two RBIs as the Merchants rebounded from two losses earlier in the week. Scott Wilhelm pitched the first four innings for the win and Kyle Cichy worked the last three, allowing no runs and fanning five. Vincentown is 7-3 overall.
RVL Action: Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Cullen Carter has the key hit in Riverside RVL triumph
Cullen Carter batted in the winning run for Riverside in a 4-1 victory over Burlington. Pitchers Devon Hedgepath and Kevin Joo, who got the decision, combined for six strikeouts as Riverside won for the second time in five games. Hedgepeth's stint consisted of four scoreless innings and Phil Stiles contributed a double for Riverside. The Mets lost for the second time in seven games.
Cinnaminson 5, Pine Barrens 1
Troy Hunter pitched a six-hitter and went the distance in a victory that boosted the Reds (7-1) into first place. Mike Wasco walked three times and scored twice. Bill Dove stole four bases and had an RBI single. Cody MacNair and Frank Sirolli had RBI doubles. The Phantoms (2-6) received two hits from Mike Follet and an RBI double from Matt Curry.
RVL Action: Tuesday, June 7, 2016
Shane Pastore in control as Delran prevails
Shane Pastore pitched the shutout in Delran's 3-0 decision over Pine Barrens. Pastore, who played for Pine Barrens the past two summers, went the distance and struck out eight as Delran boosted its record to 3-6. Tyler Malia had two hits and two RBIs, and Ed Salkowski had two hits.
Cinnaminson 3, Vincentown 2:
Two runs in the sixth inning lifted the Reds past the Merchants. Wasco's home run tied the game and Greg Santora tripled home the winning run. Santora also had an RBI single in the fourth inning. John Dockins had two hits and winning pitcher Jim Goodwin worked all seven innings and allowed four hits. Vincentown pitcher Ryan Kulik also went the distance and had 11 strikeouts. Sam Pepper doubled and walked three times in four plate appearances, and Matt Weaver doubled for the Merchants (6-3).
RVL Action: Monday, June 6, 2016
Pine Barrens 6, Vincentown 5:
The Phantoms scored the winning run when Duncan Balara's ground ball resulted in an errant throw home in the top of the eighth. Winning pitcher Ronnie Krankowski then held the lead in the bottom of the frame, finishing a complete game in which he struck out 13. Austin Kurey had a double and two RBIs for Pine Barrens. Vincentown forced extra innings when Stefan Kancylarz hit a solo home run in the bottom of the seventh. Jim Best had a double and two RBIs for the Merchants.
RVL Action: June 2, 2016
Cinnaminson, Burlington keep pace in RVL
Three players combined for six hits in the Cinnaminson Reds' 6-4 victory over Delran. Joe Sirolli was 2-for-3, and John Dockins and Mike Wasco each went 2-for-4 as Cinnaminson won for the fifth time in six games this season. Brett Miller was the winning pitcher. Chris Covington was 2-for-4, both doubles, for Delran.
Burlington 10, Willingboro 6
Matt Fischer's grand-slam home run in the bottom of the seventh enabled the Mets to improve to 5-1. Sean Gusrang singled to start the winning rally, was sacrificed to second by cleanup hitter Vinny James (who had doubled his previous at-bat) and took third on Matt Jolly's hit before a walk filled the bases for Fischer. Jolly had three hits, while Gusrang, Dave Viselli and Paul Guerrieri (two-run HR) added two each. The Townsends had 14 hits, including home runs by Matt Speckman and Brett Kuchera, who both had three hits. Rich Stronski, Dan Hill, Isaiah Hall and Mark Stumpf each had a pair of hits.
RVL Action: June 1, 2016
Riverside wins first game
Phil Stiles doubled in the tying run and the winning run scored on a bases-loaded walk as Riverside defeated Pine Barrens 4-3. Devin Connelly was 2-for-2 and Tyler Wolf earned the pitching win. The victory was the first for Riverside in four games this season. Shane Jarrett had a triple for the Phantoms, and Brett Lyons took the loss.
Vincentown 3, Burlington 2:
Mike Ferrara singled the winning run home in the sixth inning, helping Dave Gibson to the mound decision. Gibson struck out eight, allowed two hits and one earned run. Matt Weaver's two hits helped the Merchants hand the Mets their first loss.
RVL Action: May 31, 2016
Burlington Township defeats Delran
Chase Thomas went the distance for Burlington Township in a 17-1 victory over Delran. Thomas went the five-inning distance, struck out seven and allowed four hits in his fourth victory of the season. Ben Fadool had a three-run triple and scored three runs for Burlington Township (4-3). Dennis Stewart tripled, singled, scored two runs and batted in two.
Vincentown 13, Pine Barrens 1
Frank Cerami had three hits and three RBIs for Vincentown in a 13-1 win over Pine Barrens. Ryan Kulik was the winning pitcher.
RVL Action: Thursday, May 26th
Newill in control on mound as Burlington goes to 4-0 in RVL
Winning pitcher Max Newill struck out nine in the Burlington Mets' 7-1 decision over Riverside. Newill issued no walks, allowed three hits and the Patriots' run was unearned. Matt Fischer and Shaun Babula had two hits apiece as Burlington improved to 4-0.
Cinnaminson 5, Willingboro 1
Pat Graham picked up the victory on the mound and the Reds improved to 4-1. John Dockins and Kyle Higgins had two hits each for Cinnaminson. Willingboro received two hits from Isaiah Hall.
RVL Action: Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Cinnaminson 7, Pine Barrens 0
Jim Goodwin was the winning pitcher and Frank Sirolli had three hits and two RBIs. Dockins also had two RBIs and Greg Gilbert reached base in all three plate appearances (double, walk, hit by pitch). Pine Barrens' Ronnie Krankowski was 1-for-2 with a walk
RVL Action: Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Burlington Township picks up third RVL triumph
Chase Thomas struck out 10 in a four-hitter for Burlington Township in a 3-2 win over Willingboro. Thomas improved his record to 3-0 this season with support from Adam Quaranta and Ben Fadool. Quaranta doubled, singled and batted in a run while Fadool tripled, singled and scored two runs.
RVL Action: May 23, 2016
Pine Barrens opens with RVL baseball win
John Franchi was 4-for-4 with a double, three RBIs and two runs scored Monday as Pine Barrens won its opening game, 9-2 over Burlington Township. Matt Curry was also solid for the Phantoms, going 2-for-3 with a double and four RBIs. Alec Marconi picked up the win.
Burlington 7, Vincentown 4
Vinny James had two hits, including a solo home run, and Matt Fisher had three hits as the Mets topped the Merchants in a battle of unbeaten. Sean Gusrang and Matt Jolly each added two hits, while Garrett Mull had a two-run double for the Mets. Ryan Bell picked up the win, with help from two relievers. Mike Weaver had two hits for V-town, which was aided by four errors.
RVL Action: Friday, May 20, 2016
Burlington posts RVL victory
Paul Guerrieri was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh inning, forcing in the winning run as the Burlington Mets edged the Burlington Township Pirates 4-3.
Zach Youngberg reached on a misplay of his infield pop to start the winning rally. After Casey Donahuge singled and Dan Hennigan walked, pitcher Tyler Diaz got Sean Gusrang, who had drilled a long three-run home run earlier, to ground into a force at the plate. But the next pitch plunked Guerrieri.
The much-improved Pirates, who won only one of their 31 games last year, came into the game with a 2-0 record and jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the top of the first. Adam Quaranta led off with a home run off John Harvey and two more runs scored on an overthrow at third base.
Harvey and Youngberg threw blanks for the final six-plus innings. Diaz pitched a complete game.
RVL Action: Thursday, May 19, 2016
Chris Rollins in control in Willingboro RVL triumph
Winning pitcher Chris Rollins struck out 10 and pitched a two-hitter for Willingboro in a 6-1 decision over Delran. Rollins worked all seven innings and walked none. Brett Kuchera was 3-for-3 and scored two runs. Isaiah Lewis had two hits and scored two runs.
Stephan Kancylarz, Ryan Kulik lead Vincentown
Stephan Kancylarz scored three runs and collected a pair of hits including a two-run game-winning home run as Vincentown outlasted Riverside 7-5. Southpaw Ryan Kulik notched the win with 13 strikeouts.
RVL Action: Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Burlington Township tops Cinnaminson in RVL
Chase Thomas went the distance for Burlington Township in a 5-3 win over Cinnaminson. Thomas struck out eight as Township picked up its second win of the season. Brian Romani hit a two-run double for Burlington Township and Mark DuBree had a two-run single. The Pirates have won twice this season after finishing last year with one win.
Vincentown 5, Delran 0:
Dave Gibson pitched a two-hitter and the Merchants were ignited by a two-run double from Mike Ferrara in the second inning. Kevin Carty had two hits for Vincentown.
RVL Action: Thursday, May 12, 2016
Burlington Township wins its season opener in RVL
Dave Torres batted in the go-ahead run and Burlington Township went on to a 5-2 win over Willingboro. Torres' single followed three straight walks and broke a 2-2 tie. Burlington Township later extended the lead to 5-2 and withstood a Willingboro run to hold on. By winning their season opener, the Pirates matched last summer's win total. Chase Thomas was the winning pitcher, working five innings with six strikeouts.
Willingboro received two hits from veteran Jamie Schwantes. It was the Townsends' second loss, having dropped a nine-inning 1-0 decision to Cinnaminson on Wednesday night.
Vincentown 3, Delran 2
Kevin Carty squeezed home the winning run in the bottom of the sixth, enabling the Merchants to pull out their opener.
Jim Best's single batted in the previous two runs and Vincentown pitcher Ryan Kulik struck out 12 to prevail in his duel with Delran's Anthony Coniglio (13 Ks). Tyler Malia and Shane Pastore had two hits apiece for Delran.
2106 RVL Schedule Officially Released!
The RVL has officially released the 2016 schedule and it has been posted on the website. The first game of the season will be played on May 10th and feature the return of the Delran franchise taking on the Vincentown Merchants at Harry W. Thompson field. The league has expanded to 8 teams for the first time since 2014, after the exit of the Mt. Laurel franchise. Each team will play a 28-game schedule until the season's end on July 28th. The annual playoff tournament will begin on Saturday, July 30th at Harry Thompson Field and return to the traditional 4-game format featuring all 8 teams. Cinnaminson will take the field on May 11th against Willingboro, looking to defend its 2015 title.
For a complete schedule listing, click here!