Game Date: 6/1/14
Specialty Bolt and Screw 5, Oasis Shower Doors 4
Specialty Bolt and Screw (SBS) and Oasis Shower Doors were well matched in an exciting battle at Cross Street Field. Pitcher Mason Pereira started on the mound for SBS pitching three strong innings. Protecting the plate was catcher Harrison Vickers.
SBS bats started out strong with a line drive double by Chris Wilda, followed by a line drive single by Brian Bolio. Excellent base running by both players put SBS on the scoreboard. SBS hitters Miles Cook, Everett Stec and Collin Freeman were selective at the plate, reaching first base on a walk. Each player turned the walk into an opportunity and scored a run for SBS
Patrick Callahan, Walter Ninotti, and Bolio held back Oasis hitters with big plays in the field. Ninotti pitched in relief and gave an impressive two innings on the mount. Playing well defensively for SBS was Cameron Caplette, Connor Queenin and Andrew Bruno.
Game Date: 5/27/14
Southampton 13, Michael’s Towing 9
Michael’s Towing played hard and displayed excellent pitching and skillful defense against team Southampton. Emily Gelinas started out strong on the mount for Michael’s and was helped out defensively at the plate by catcher Taryn Queenin.
The bats were hot during the first inning with a base hit by Carly James, double by Abby Goyette and single with an RBI for Queenin. Michael’s showed patience at the plate and filled the bases during the first inning with walks by Emily Gelinas, Emma Mazeika, and Megan Lacas. Excellent base running by James, Gelinas, and Goyette delivered three of the team’s five runs of the inning
Emma Mazeika pitched in relief and gave an impressive two innings on the mound. Jenna Brown, Ashley Hall and Hannah Prain helped her defensively in the field.
Game Date: 5/31/14
Westfield Police Association 15, OMG 2
Westfield Police Association (WPA) pounded out 18 hits en route to a 15-2 victory Saturday at Sadie Knox field. Isabella Peloquin led the attack with five hits, Kenzie Raymond added four, and Kelsey Bouchard, Rylie Nimchick, and Lindsey DeLand added three hits each to help WPA defeat OMG. WPA scored five runs in each of the first three innings while DeLand and Raymond each pitched two innings of one run ball. DeLand started the game for WPA and struck out six batters in her two innings of work and Raymond struck out four batters over her two innings before the game ended via the 10-run rule after four innings of play. Emily Schieppe walked four times and singled and Allie Stucenski walked twice and scored two runs for WPA in the winning effort. – Courtesy of Westfield Little League