JSZ has a handful of great games to help begin a new week on the diamond!
Jackson Memorial 4 Central Regional 3
Zach Crotchfelt struck out 13 over six innings and got help from Tommy Kendrick in right field with two critical outfield assists to give the Jaguars a big road win on Monday night at Leiter Field. Cam Leiter struck out 10 for the Golden Eagles but left in the fourth after over 100 pitches trailing 4-1. Crotchfelt his a homer to start the scoring and Charlie Meglio added a two-run single for Jackson Memorial. Andrew Osmond came on in the 7th to get the save and Andrew Patire’s RBI single proved to be the game-winner. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights of a fantastic Shore Conference edition of Monday Night Baseball:
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Hun 14 Lawrenceville 2
Hun picked up a sixth straight win following a 14-2 victory over MAPL rival Lawrenceville. Leading 3-2 in the second, Michael Chiaravallo sent a two run home run over the centerfield wall to give the Raiders a 5-2 lead. They added four runs in the third and five in the fourth. Boston College commit Ryan DiMaggio went 2-2 with an RBI, Carson Wehner was 3-4 with two RBI’s and Michael Chiaravallo finished 1-3 and drove in five runs. Wake Forest commit Jackson Kraemer not only went 1-1 with two RBI’s, he also had 10 strikeouts to pick up his third win of the season, JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights:
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Gloucester Catholic 2 Clearview 1
Sal Serici gave the Rams the lead with a two-run double in the top of the fifth inning. Jake Terranova then made a sensational diving catch in the bottom of the fifth to protect that lead. Lehigh commit Brady Roberts pitched the final two innings to earn the save for GC (9-2). Anthony Charles drove in the only run of the game for the Pioneers (5-5).
JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Mullica Hill:
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