GABRIEL ROTHKEGEL racked up two RBIs on one hit for POLICE DEPT. He tripled in the sixth inning. CHARLTON ALONSO shut down FIRE DEPT. while he was on the mound. CHARLTON held FIRE DEPT. hitless over two innings, allowed no earned runs, walked three and struck out three. MAX WARBURTON reached base two times in the game for FIRE DEPT. The scoreboard lit up for FIRE DEPT. when DANNY BELOV scored on an RBI single by MATTHEW POTTER. FIRE DEPT. matched its two-run third inning with two more in the Fourth. In the third, FIRE DEPT. scored on a two-run single by JACOB WRIGHT, plating MAX and MICHAEL CARACAPPA. POLICE DEPT. pushed across three runs in both the fifth inning and the Sixth. POLICE DEPT. scored on an RBI single by CHARLTON, scoring DOMINICK CHINCHILLA.
ANTHONY PERRINOD hits and pitches ELKS to 9-5 victory
ANTHONY PERRINOD was strong at the plate and on the rubber in carrying ELKS to a 9-5 victory over FIORE’S on Wednesday at Hoboken. ANTHONY went 2-4, drove in one and scored three runs. ANTHONY handled FIORE’S’ lineup with ease, racking up 11 strikeouts. The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to five lead changes in the game. ELKS scored on a two-run triple by SABASTIAN STOHRER , plating JEREMIAH VEGA and JESSIE MCALLISTER. JOSEPH SOBOLOV had a hot bat for FIORE’S JOSEPH went 2-2, drove in one and scored one run.
CHIRICHELLA BOYS drop RUSSO’S 6-4
CHIRICHELLA BOYS outlasted RUSSO’S on Thursday after four lead changes, squeaking out a 6-4 win at Hoboken. CHIRICHELLA BOYS pulled out the win thanks to a strong sixth inning. CHIRICHELLA BOYS went up for good on a two-run double by ISA OLIVERI off KERRY NEVILLE, plating RAFEAL WOSS and MICHAEL D’ANTONIO. ADRIAN PETRI went a perfect 2-2 at the plate for CHIRICHELLA BOYS. He singled in the second and fourth innings. The bottom of the first saw RUSSO’S take an early lead, 1-0. MICHAEL EFFINGER started the rally for RUSSO’S with a double, a stolen base then moved MICHAEL E from second to third. A few plays later, MICHAEL E stole home. RUSSO’S scored one run in each of the second, third and fifth. In the second, RUSSO’S scored on a steal of home, plating MATTHEW HARASACK.
CASSESA’S best STAN’S in shootout, 9-8
The bats were busy at Hoboken on Thursday, and when the dust cleared CASSESA’S had a 9-8 win over STAN’S in six innings. CALVIN FLETT racked up two RBIs on two hits for CASSESA’S. JOSHUA SAPIRA racked up two RBIs on three hits for STAN’S. The top of the first saw STAN’S take an early lead, 3-0. BRANDON LUI started the rally for STAN’S with a single. JOSHUA tripled, scoring BRANDON. STAN’S then tacked on more runs when SAPIRA scored on an RBI single by VINCENT CHIRICHELLA and scored on an RBI double by DANIEL RASHKES. CASSESA’S scored on an RBI double by ANTHONY HENRIQUEZ, bringing home CALVIN. The game’s last lead went to CASSESA’S thanks to a third inning rally that saw four runs cross the plate on three singles.
ELIAS COLON throws no-hitter as YOUNG DEMS defeats MARIO’S PIZZA 10-0
Friday was a day ELIAS COLON will remember forever as ELIAS C threw a no-hitter in YOUNG DEMS’ 10-0 victory over MARIO’S PIZZA. No MARIO’S PIZZA batter was able to locate ELIAS C’s pitches during the game. ELIAS C threw a no-hitter, striking out 10 batters and walking none while recording his momentous feat. He got ELI BLUMENFELD to strike out for the final out of the game. Ten runs in the opening three innings allowed YOUNG DEMS to easily put away MARIO’S PIZZA.
PICCOLO’S uses big fifth inning to beat ELKS, 17-0
A 12-run explosion in the fifth inning lifted PICCOLO’S to a 17-0 win in five innings over ELKS at Hoboken on Saturday. ANTHONY COUZZO reached base four times in the game for PICCOLO’S. He scored three runs and had three RBIs. ZACH struck out 11, paving the way for a PICCOLO’S win. PICCOLO’S’ pitcher tossed 4 2/3 innings of shutout ball and allowed only one hit. PICCOLO’S went up for good in the third, scoring three runs on a double by BRANDON JURADO and an RBI single by TROY REYNOLDS. PICCOLO’S added two more runs in the top of the fourth. ANTHONY C tripled, scoring PAUL to start the inning.