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Plainview, 5-12 last year, remained the only unbeaten team in Nassau -- 11-0 overall, 7-0 in league play -- thanks to a three-run fifth inning and a four-run seventh.
Aaron Glickstein pitched his first no-hitter yesterday, leading Half Hollow Hills West in a 1-0 win over East Islip yesterday in a Suffolk League IV baseball game.
Host Lou Brogno and MSG Varsity experts get you caught up on Long Island baseball with highlights and discussion of top teams and players and reveal our latest Tri-State Baseball Top 20 rankings.
With Oyster Bay down by one run and one out in the seventh, Andy Galgano laid down a precision suicide squeeze to drive in James Treiber to tie it at 3. Rob Venegas singled, stole second and scored on an infield error as the Baymen scratched out a victory over Frogs ace Mike Delio.
Host Kevin Devaney Jr. and MSG Varsity experts get you caught up on Long Island baseball with highlights and discussion of top teams and players and reveals our latest Tri-State Baseball Top 20 poll.
Flynn's potential home run turned into an easy flyout in the first inning. By the fourth, he had figured out how to deal with the wind, which sometimes blew in and sometimes blew across toward rightfield. Flynn lined a pitch from Nick Clemente into the rightfield corner for a double, igniting a three-run inning that put the Patriots ahead for good.
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Delio pitched a one-hitter with three walks and 14 strikeouts for Carle Place in a 14-1 win over East Rockaway in Nassau BC baseball. It was the junior's first start since throwing a perfect game in which he struck out all 21 batters on April 1 against Hempstead.
Pitchers Jonathan Doyle and Jason Beck were stingy. Shortstop Alex Perry and catcher Stephen Hutchingson supplied power and defense. Centerfielder Jake Mitchnick delivered three hits. The quintet combined to produce a gritty 2-1 victory over host Hicksville Monday in a Nassau AA-I baseball game that barely beat the evening downpour.
Papa, a junior, Monday tossed the first perfect game of his career and the first perfect game for Division (5-1) since at least the 1970s in an 8-0 win over Great Neck North in League A-II baseball, coach Tom Tuttle said.
Delio reached back and threw a fastball that got Romar Marion swinging for the final strikeout of the perfect, perfect game in Tuesday's 15-0 win over Hempstead. It is inconceivable to think that a pitcher could strike out every batter in a high school game -- that no batsman could put the bat to the ball in fair territory.
Tardif was dominant and, most of all, gave the Tuckers (6-1, 5-1) the time they needed. Mattituck scratched out a run in the bottom of the ninth to win a marathon pitching duel, 3-2.
The Blue Dragons cruised to a 15-0 League A-II win at Plainedge behind James Varela's four-hit, six-inning effort, Martinez's fourth-inning grand slam, Piscitelli's three runs and two RBIs and contributions from pretty much everyone with a bat.
There was a whole lot of interactive learning Wednesday in Chaminade's season opener, but if the 4-3 win, propelled by some gutsy pitching and Zeccola's two-run triple was any indication, these Flyers passed with flying colors.
Delio, a junior making his first varsity start, tossed a perfect game and struck out all 21 batters to lead Carle Place to a 15-0 win over Hempstead Tuesday in non-league.
Even though he didn't get to duplicate the no-hitter he pitched in his last outing against Whitman last Tuesday, Buckstein tossed five more no-hit innings Tuesday in a 9-0 victory over Half Hollow Hills East.
While fielders and batters battled the steady rain that made conditions nearly unplayable at the Merrick Avenue field Saturday, Renner, the righty sidearmer from St. Dominic, perfected his own version of the rain dance -- a tango of tailing, dropping sliders, changeups and fastballs that stymied Kellenberg, 2-0, in the CHSAA opener.
Anthony Pensato went 2-for-3 with a home run and three runs scored and Dan Stock went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run as Plainedge routed Division, 11-3, in Conference A-II baseball.
Despite not starting on the mound in Mattituck's opener, Burt expertly proved his worth, coming in with two runs already home, two outs and the tying run on second base to quash a seventh-inning rally as the visiting Tuckers held on for a 5-4 non-league win over Westhampton.
The Longwood senior officially signed to play baseball at Stony Brook last week, instead of signing with Louisville, which has appeared in the NCAA Tournament six times in the last seven years.
The homegrown talent means that the Pride has one of the strongest recruiting classes in recent memory, something that hasn't escaped their future coach's notice.