St. Matthew

Week 13

Updated Saturday August 6, 2016 by St. Barts Old Timers Softball League.

  • St. Joseph Defeats St. Vincent 6-1 
  • Glenn Gang went 2-3 as St. Joseph took home a 6-1 victory over St. Vincent in seven innings at Jerseyland on Friday. 
  • Frank Chupko was a workhorse on the rubber for St. Joseph. Chupko allowed one earned run, seven hits and no walks while striking out none over seven innings of work. 
  • St. Vincent's Louis Messano was perfect at the dish, going 3-3. He singled in the first and fourth innings and tripled in the seventh inning. 
  • The game was never in doubt after the first, as St. Joseph scored one run on a sacrifice fly by Nashad Warfield
  • St. Joseph tacked on another two runs in the fourth. A clutch error scored Gang to open the scoring in the frame. 
  • St. Joseph piled on three more runs in the bottom of the fifth. A hit into a fielder's choice scored Nam-June Joe to get St. Joseph on the board in the inning. That was followed up by Gang's triple, plating Warfield and James Barba
  • The lone run of the game for St. Vincent crossed the plate in the seventh inning on an RBI single by Harold Hopler.
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  • Big Hitting Performance Carries St. Joseph Past St. Francis 19-8 
  • James Barba hit for the cycle to carry St. Joseph to a 19-8 win over St. Francis at Forest Rd in seven innings. 
  • Barba was unstoppable at the plate and did what few players have done when he hit for the cycle. Barba went 5-5 in the game. He homered in the first inning, singled in the second and fifth innings, tripled in the sixth inning, and doubled in the seventh inning. 
  • Offense was not hard to come by on on Monday, as both teams combined for 27 runs and 48 hits, including nine extra base hits. 
  • St. Joseph continued to add runs until the end of the game. St. Joseph scored three runs in the final one innings to cap the win. St. Joseph scored five runs in the fifth on St. Joseph scored in the fifth on an RBI double by Gus Alvarez, a two-run single by Nashad Warfield, an RBI single by Brendan McNamara, and a fielder's choice. 
  • St. Joseph hit three home runs in the win. Home runs for St. Joseph came when Barba homered in the first inning, Nam-June Joe homered in the second inning, and Alvarez homered in the sixth inning. 
  • St. Joseph easily handled St. Francis pitching as six hitters combined for 24 hits, 15 RBIs and 15 runs scored. 
  • St. Joseph never trailed after scoring three runs in the first on a two-run home run by Barba and an RBI single by Todd Feinberg
  • Four runs in the bottom of the third helped St. Francis close its deficit to 7-4. An RBI single by Bill Scheiner, a two-run single by Ron Labin, and a sacrifice fly by Ted Florio set off St. Francis rally. Frank Chupko ended the inning by getting Chris Nardi to fly out.

 

  • All-Around Effort Leads St. Vincent Past St. George 7-1 
  • Harold Hopler carried St. Vincent to a 7-1 victory over St. George on Thursday at Farley with a strong game at the plate and in the circle. 
  • Hopler went a perfect 2-2 at the dish for St. Vincent. He singled in the third and fourth innings. 
  • Hopler was a workhorse on the rubber for St. Vincent. Hopler allowed one earned run, six hits and no walks while striking out none over seven innings of work. 
  • The offense exploded for the St. Vincent in the third. In the inning St. Vincent scored five runs. St. Vincent scored in the third on an RBI single by Ben LoBrace, an RBI single by Gerardo Riepe, a walk by Pat MacDonnell, a fielder's choice, and an RBI single by Frank Apicella
  • St. Vincent never surrendered the lead after the first inning, scoring two runs on two singles.

 

  • St. Matthew Get On Top Of St. MaximilianEarly But Can't Hang On In 6-2 Loss 
  • St. Matthew jumped out to an early lead, but was unable to hold on and lost 6-2 to St. Maximilian on Wednesday. 
  • While St. Matthew led until the fifth inning, St. Maximilian worked its way back and took the lead on an RBI single by Rich McNanna
  • Russell Voorhees had two extra-base hits for St. Maximilian. He tripled in the second inning, doubled in the fifth inning, and singled in the sixth inning. 
  • John Deitch was a workhorse in the circle for St. Maximilian. Deitch allowed one earned run, seven hits and no walks while striking out none over seven innings of work. 
  • Wells Pikaart was solid at the plate for St. Matthew. Pikaart went 2-3, drove in one and scored one run. He tripled in the first inning and singled in the seventh inning. 
  • The top of the first saw St. Matthew take an early lead, 2-0. Pikaart tripled, bringing home Rich Reich after a single by Reich got things started. The scoreboard lit up again for St. Matthew when Pikaart scored on a sacrifice fly by Michael McKenna
  • The game was never in doubt after the fifth, as St. Maximilian scored two runs on two singles. 
  • St. Maximilian increased its lead with three runs in the sixth. A sacrifice fly scored Deitch for the inning's first run. That was followed up by Voorhees' single, scoring Ed Villaverde.

 

  • St. Wolfgang Jumps On St. Francis Early And Coasts To 17-2 Win 
  • St. Wolfgang jumped out to an early lead on St. Francis and captured a 17-2 victory on Thursday at Brookside. 
  • With 12 runs in the first three innings, St. Wolfgang left no doubt about the eventual outcome. 
  • Blasi racked up four RBIs on three hits for St. Wolfgang. 
  • Michael Surbrug had a busy day at the plate, collecting two extra-base hits. He doubled in the first inning and homered in the fifth inning. 
  • St. Wolfgang easily handled St. Francis pitching as nine hitters combined for 24 hits, 15 RBIs and 15 runs scored.

 

  • All-Around Effort Leads St. Vincent Past St. George 7-1 
  • Harold Hopler carried St. Vincent to a 7-1 victory over St. George on Thursday at Farley with a strong game at the plate and in the circle. 
  • Hopler went a perfect 2-2 at the dish for St. Vincent. He singled in the third and fourth innings. 
  • Hopler was a workhorse on the rubber for St. Vincent. Hopler allowed one earned run, six hits and no walks while striking out none over seven innings of work. 
  • The offense exploded for the St. Vincent in the third. In the inning St. Vincent scored five runs. St. Vincent scored in the third on an RBI single by Ben LoBrace, an RBI single by Gerardo Riepe, a walk by Pat MacDonnell, a fielder's choice, and an RBI single by Frank Apicella
  • St. Vincent never surrendered the lead after the first inning, scoring two runs on two singles.

 

  • Offenses Dominate As St. Matthew Outscores St. George 19-9 
  • The bats were busy at Brookside on Friday, and when the dust cleared St. Matthew had a 19-9 win over St. George in seven innings. 
  • Hitters on both sides were strong at the plate as the teams combined for 47 hits, including 12 extra base hits. 
  • Paul Newton had two extra-base hits for St. Matthew. He tripled in the first inning, singled in the fourth inning, and doubled in the seventh inning. 
  • St. George's David Eckert was perfect at the dish, going 2-2. He singled in the fourth and sixth innings. 
  • St. Matthew easily handled St. George pitching as eight hitters combined for 23 hits, 14 RBIs and 16 runs scored. 
  • The top of the first saw St. Matthew take an early lead, 3-0. Reich got things going for St. Matthew with a single. A single by Joe LoBrace then moved Reich from first to second. San Juan singled, bringing home Reich. St. Matthew added more runs when San Juan scored on an RBI triple by Newton and Newton scored on an RBI double by Pat Nigro
  • The game was never in doubt after the fourth, as St. Matthew scored seven runs on two doubles, a two-run home run by Jeff DiStasi, and two singles. 
  • St. Matthew built upon its lead with six runs in the seventh. Kevin Caggiano doubled, plating Ed Fernandez to start the inning. That was followed up by Michael McKenna's double, bringing home Caggiano.

 

  • St. Joseph Defeats St. Vincent 6-1 
  • Glenn Gang went 2-3 as St. Joseph took home a 6-1 victory over St. Vincent in seven innings at Jerseyland on Friday. 
  • Frank Chupko was a workhorse on the rubber for St. Joseph. Chupko allowed one earned run, seven hits and no walks while striking out none over seven innings of work. 
  • St. Vincent's Louis Messano was perfect at the dish, going 3-3. He singled in the first and fourth innings and tripled in the seventh inning. 
  • The game was never in doubt after the first, as St. Joseph scored one run on a sacrifice fly by Nashad Warfield
  • St. Joseph tacked on another two runs in the fourth. A clutch error scored Gang to open the scoring in the frame. 
  • St. Joseph piled on three more runs in the bottom of the fifth. A hit into a fielder's choice scored Nam-June Joe to get St. Joseph on the board in the inning. That was followed up by Gang's triple, plating Warfield and James Barba
  • The lone run of the game for St. Vincent crossed the plate in the seventh inning on an RBI single by Harold Hopler.
  • St. John Paul II Falls 8-2 At The Hands Of St. Wolfgang
  • St. Wolfgang beat St. John Paul II on Friday 8-2 at Farley in seven innings. 
  • St. Wolfgang scored three runs in the seventh on St. Wolfgang scored in the seventh on an RBI double by Anthony Blasi and a two-run single by Peter Chemidlin
  • Reinaldo Santiago put himself in scoring position with two extra-base hits for St. Wolfgang. He singled in the first inning, doubled in the third inning, and homered in the sixth inning. 
  • Chris Paterek got the win for St. Wolfgang. He allowed two runs over seven innings. Chris Paterek struck out none, walked one and gave up 10 hits. 
  • Blasi, Chemidlin, Mike Markowycz and Santiago helped lead St. Wolfgang. They combined for 11 hits and six RBIs. 
  • Steve Spoljaric was charged with the loss. He allowed eight runs in seven innings, walked four and struck out none. 
  • The lead stayed with St. Wolfgang after the first, when it scored three runs on two singles and.




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