Westfield LL Report



Game Date: 4/19/14

National Majors Camfour 3, American Majors Slovak 2

Camfour came alive in its fourth Major league outing to beat American League team Slovak with a score of 3 – 2. The game started big with a great double to center by Tyler Couture. The Camfour bats were on fire as Clay Bradley followed-up with a single and Kevin Paluck hit a line drive bringing Tyler Couture in for an RBI. Cole Davignon kept things going with a line drive single towards first base allowing Clay Bradley to score. At the top of fifth inning, Sean Daly secured his first hit of season with a single, followed by a base hit by Jayden Rodriguez. Dylan Shrimplin was selective at the plate and reached first on a walk. Jayden Rodriguez scored the winning run with aggressive base running from third. Walter Figueroa delivered three solid innings on the mound for Camfour and Kevin Paluck closed with two great innings.

Coach Rick Collingwood was pleased with his team’s performance, “This was our 4th game and the boys came together as a team. They didn’t get down, but stayed focused and ended up with a win. I am very happy with our younger players, through hard work, we had some first time hits for them in the Majors, great job.”



Game Date: 4/23/14

Specialty Bolt & Screw 9, Dick’s Sporting Goods 5

Specialty Bolt & Screw (SBS) put in a solid performance in its third win of the season against Dick’s Sporting Goods. Pitcher Grayson Poole had a good start on the mound pitching three innings for SBS. The bats were hot in the bottom of the first and Mason Pereira’s single was followed by a double by Poole. Brian Bolio was selective at the plate and walked to first. Bolio turned the walk into a run with aggressive base running and a steal to home. Connor Queenin also turned a walk into an opportunity with solid base running. SBS was on the move in the second inning and Harrison Vickers, Andrew Bruno, Walter Ninotti and Patrick Callahan all stole home to score.

Chris Wilda and Grayson Poole held back the DSG hitters with two big plays in the field. In the sixth inning, Wilda twice intercepted line drives to shortstop and fired the ball to Poole at first base for the out. Both Pereira and Vickers had a solid day on the mound and Callahan protected home as catcher and showed his skill at the plate with a single. Playing well defensively for SBS were Collin Freeman and Miles Cook.




Game Date: 4/19/14

Westfield Police Association 4, OMG 2

The Westfield Police Association (WPA) displayed strong pitching, timely hitting and skillful defense in their victory over the OMG. Both Ava Cichonski and Kenzie Raymond had a solid day on the mound, each pitching two scoreless innings.  Lindsey DeLand closed and pitched the fifth inning without giving up a run.  The heat was in sixth inning and DeLand worked out of a bases loaded jam, giving up only two runs to seal the win.

Decisive action in the field kept the game scoreless until the bottom of the third when, with two outs, Megan Cichonski secured a bases loaded walk on a 3-2 pitch to put WPA up 1-0.  WPA then scored three big runs in the bottom of the fifth with five consecutive hits by Kelsey Bouchard, Allie Stucenski, Ava Cichonski, Raymond, and Megan Cichonski to make the score 4-0.

Allie Stucenski scored two of the team’s four runs and Rylie Nimchick had a big day at the plate, landing on base three times in the winning effort.

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