Rams break through

WESTHAMPTON – The Southwick-Tolland baseball team broke through a road block at Hampshire on Monday, defeating the Red Raiders 5-1.
Freshman Andrew Mitchell shut down the Hampshire attack, pitching a complete game five-hitter on the mound for Southwick. Mitchell struck out four batters, and walked none.
“He was phenomenal today on the mound,” Southwick coach Tim Karetka said. “He was really, really good.”
Mitchell got some help from his offensive mates, Vinny Fortini (2 hits, RBI), Jake Goodreau (RBI), and Ross Lebo, who along with Fortini, provided insurance with key seventh-inning RBI hits.
Southwick 19, Hampshire 12
Brian Mickalay (two runs allowed) provided strong pitching for Southwick (5-1). The Rams’ offensive leaders of the day consisted of Dan Mclellan, Nick Labodycz and Adam Lane with two hits each, and Joey Stratton with 3 RBIs.

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