Kody Thompson had 4 hits and reached base 5 times including 2 triples and a double. Nick Desso, Cade Kohler and Anthony Barna reached base 5 times as well. Haiden Hoen and Aiden Ahearn chipped in with reaching base safely 4 times.
TT Warriors 9U extremely productive Sunday in VT with a double header. By far our strongest team pitching performance to date. L Koval, T D'Allaird, B Kilgallon, D Rouleau, A Burek, C Dean and J Simard shared the duties between the 2 games. Leading offensive attack was L Koval with a triple and multiple hits from D Rouleau, B Kilgallon, M Burek, C McCullen and A Burek. Defensive highlights go to our catchers, R Kelly, L Koval, D Rouleau and B Kilgallon. D Rouleau's hustle netted us two outs at the plate, and B Kilgallon had a heads up play to make an important out at home as well.
Game1: 1st game of a double-header. Very well played game by both sides but Niskayuna put up 3 runs in the 6th to hand us the loss. R. Kreshik and C.Devine had multiple hit games for the
Hitting: C.Devine: 2-3 (Double and a RBI), J.Murphy: 1-3 (Double), R.Kreshik: 2-2(RBI), S.Moore: 1-3 (Triple and an RBI), A.Macarelli: 1-2 Pitching: R.Krweshik: 3 innings pitched, 1 K, S.Moore: 2 innings pitched, 4 K’s, J.Murphy: 1 inning pitched, 1 K.
Game2: Game 2 of a double-header. 3-0 game until the 4th when Nisky broke open the scoring to beat the 10U Warriors by their largest margin of defeat on the year. 14-0 Loss was a tough one for the boys. Hitting: J.Murphy: 1-2, C.VanSleet: 1-1 (Double)
Pitching: A.Decker: 2 innings pitched with 1 K, P.Ayotte: 1.1 inning pitched with 2 K’s, A.Murphy: 0.2 Innings pitched, 1 K
11U Warriors played their doubleheader Sunday against the Bethlehem Bombers, with the first game a 9-10 Loss. Our defense struggled a bit, but there were notable offensive performances in Game 1 from Aiden Bell who went 4 for 4, and Carter Zimmerman hitting his first Home Run of the season.
Game 2 was a great win for the 11U team with a final score of 7-2. The defense perked up after lunch, made some great plays in the field with a number of Bethlehem players picked off and caught stealing. Jack Hyde started the game and went four innings, with James Consula came in to pitch the last two, both boys giving up only one hit each. Our offense was solid again, with Aiden Bailey going 3 for 3 with a single, double and a 3-run HR! Cole Mellen, Jack Hyde and Ben Dikant all went 2 for 3 in Game 2.
Against East Greenbush-down 4 to 1 in the bottom of the 4th Tim Koval got everyone's bats going with a with a double and made it to 3rd on a overthrow. Bats to follow were Tim Thomas, Johnny Mazz, Liam O'Connell, and Jack Behan. Going into the top of the 5th we were up 6 to 4. East Greenbush tied it up in the 6th pushing us to extra innings. We ended up falling short and have up a 9 to 6 loss in 7 innings.
After falling behind 11-0, the Warriors continued to fight their way back to victory. Leo Clemenzi pitched a solid 4 innings of relief, with Wyatt Thorsen finishing, entering with bases loaded and one out and shutting the door. Wyatt Thorsen and Joe Parrottino each hit 1 HR. Max O'Connor went deep 2x and added 2 additional base hits.
Warriors tallied 23 hits and only struck out 3x. Aiden Bailey (called up from 11u as an injury replacement) had the game winning hit in the bottom of the 6th with 2 outs. Cole Mellen (another 11u call up) went 2-3 with 2 runs scored and an RBI.
Warriors jumped out early and never looked back. Wyatt Thorsen pitched solid 4 innings of relief, keeping guilderland bats from ever seriously threatening. Max O'Connor hit his third HR of the day and added 4 more base hits. Joe Bradt 4-5, Aiden Bailey 4-4, Joe Parrottino 3-4 and Cole Mellen 2-3 all had great days at the plate. Warriors totaled 21 hits while only striking out 4 times.